Three of Deeta’s predictions that haven’t yet happened are the volcanoes erupting around Rome, the flooding of the Netherlands, and the unleashing of the (I’m misspelling this on purpose – you’ll figure it out) Weak-one of Miss Disruption in the Middle East. Expect more storms, snow and earthquakes.
From Babble On >>>>> Deeta predicted many things including flooding the Netherlands. They’ll destroy the Major Power Transition Hubs everywhere. They’ll do it while the dikes are down in the Netherlands. The levies will fail to go back up when needed and they’ll sink the Netherlands. My guess as to when they plan to do this, would be on or before the end of December. It will probably coincide with the Mayan prediction of the end of the world. Again – the world will not end – but it’ll be badly shaken by the many things they have planned. The Netherlands has to stop dealing with ran. (Misspelled – not it’s complete name.) The Major Power Hubs (MuPHs) will be sabotaged all over the world; but the Netherlands will be heavily affected. They plan on causing a gasoline shortage at the same time to add to the chaos. Get your solar panels, batteries and a propane camp stove and heater now. A quote from David Galland with Casey Research regarding the Stuxnet and Flame Viruses. I’ve edited down his article to the talking points.
Galland writes – “You get up one cold winter morning and there’s no electricity. If you could log on to the Internet, watch television or listen to the radio, which you can’t – you’d learn that the primary operating systems of a major power transition hub have been infiltrated and destroyed, along with the back-up systems. As the grid begins to overload, a second hub goes down, then another. Note that I am not talking about “the Internet” here – but a proprietary system that connects to the Internet in too many ways to count. And, as the Stuxnet attack proved, even if the system is an entirely closed loop, it can still be attacked. While your first thoughts on discovering you had no electricity, and that nothing requiring electricity worked, would likely be frustration at not being able to instantly access the information as to why the electricity was off… within a pretty short period of time, your thoughts would turn to other matters. Such as heat, or being able to get access to fuel for your car, or the lack of food or water. A derivation of the Stuxnet virus – the Flame – is beginning to show up in the World Wide Web. While there has been some news and a bit of Twitter traffic about it, so far the reaction among the masses has been tepid at best. Yet, according to computer security experts, Symantec, the virus is built to allow the operators to wipe out computers. Symantec researcher Vikram Thakur said that the company has now identified a component of Flame that allows operators to delete files from computers. “These guys have the capability to delete everything on the computer,” Thakur said. “This is not something that is theoretical. It is absolutely here.” To be clear, I am not saying the Flame will herald in what’s coming next. What I am saying is that it, or whatever soon follows, certainly could. We have to expunge the crippling dependence of people on governments. Only when people once again learn, in no uncertain terms, that ultimately they have to rely on themselves to better their life – working with their neighbors and others they want to associate with freely – can the world transcend the current morass. Give a little thought to your Plan B.” – End David Galland quote – >>>>> Great article David! My comments on David Galland’s assertions – This kind of attack is what Deeta was talking about. She said the plan to sink the Netherlands had to do with electricity, computers and a part of a wheel. Major Power Transition Hubs are the brainchild of the people at Google. I can remember naming Google and having conversations with the two programmers who made the search engine, and I believe Deeta’s assertions may be correct. When the hub goes out, the dike system will fail. And as David Galland says – everything will fail. This December MuPHs will be attacked world wide. As for what we can do – be aware something sinister is in the works. If you have money in electronic form, i.e. stock trade accounts, electronic banking accounts, I suggest investing in a printer and at least printout hard copies of your holdings, probably, twice a week. Make one of them on a Friday after the stock market closes. Buy durable goods. I really think buying what makes you happy makes the most sense, since that’s what you’ll have in the long run. Redistribute your money; pay off your mortgage so at least you’ll have your home. It will take a long time to get everything straightened out. Deeta thinks the Mormons are in on the demise of the country since the Mormons are looking forward to Armageddon and in 2003 they planned to rule the world in 2013. Too bad, Mitt. The Mormons have certain stockpiling requirements. They are each required to own a one year supply of food and sundries. (Sundries are the non-food items in the supermarket.) I do think prudence, not paranoia, is called for. We can’t let chaos rule. We’re all in this thing together. The idea that the Mormons and Satanists will survive and the rest of us won’t is hogwash. Since Mars and the Moon aren’t an option, we’ll all have to deal with the aftermath together. I do agree with more communal living arrangements. Shared tools, building supplies, swap meets and community gardens are a great start. I also suggest if you have land, plant vegetables. (Michelle Obama has a family garden at the White House.) Huge industrial farms can’t get food to us without fuel. Our food supply is not as healthy for us nor as plentiful as we think. There are plans to sabotage that as well. Give and Take Tables or Areas – if there’s something you have but don’t want or need – put it on the table. If there’s something you’d like to have – take it from the table, for free. There’s a town in British Columbia that has about an acre, and they use truck containers to house the stuff that has to be out of the rain. What doesn’t get taken in a certain period of time, gets taken to the dump. They ask for a very small donation. They use town volunteers. Very cool. California recycles paint! There, I said something nice about California.
What the governments can do is make sure there are manual back-up systems for everything connected to the Major Power Transition Hubs. They should begin dismantling and disconnecting everything that can be disconnected. Internet searches will take longer, but the country will be safer. I whole-heartedly agree with Galland when he says – “We have to expunge the crippling dependence of people on governments. Only when people once again learn, in no uncertain terms, that ultimately they have to rely on themselves to better their life – working with their neighbors and others they want to associate with freely – can the world transcend the current morass. Give a little thought to your Plan B.” Give a little thought to your Plan B, indeed!