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Mount Sinabung, Indonesia
Current worldwide weather anomalies and drastic changes with the earth and sun give indication that some type of massive celestial object may be moving in to range, possibly even threatening the inhabitants of earth as emergency preparations by various nations have been taken

It's no big secret that weather patterns are drastically changing worldwide. In Indonesia alone 19 volcanoes were raised to alert status Tuesday, after the Mount Sinabung eruption in North Sumatra killed 16 people last week. Three volcanoes in the region still remain on "high alert". This doevtails with seismic activity in the U.S. Yellowstone region which was also reported to have picked up recently, showing a clear trend of noticeable earth changes worldwide.

And what about the recent cold spell which broke cold weather records in over 50 cities across the U.S.? Shockingly, the temperatures even ran into the frigid negatives throughout pockets of the U.S. that typically never fall that low in temperature.

Influential weathermen, like NBC's Today's Al Roker, are now claiming that the "polar vortex" is to blame, a term listed in some 1959 weather publication entitled the "Glossary of Meteorology" and almost unheard of by modern society. Some weathermen say that the dense cold air has migrated down from the poles causing unusually abnormal weather patterns further south into the United States, making for the coldest spell in decades.

Strangely on Jan. 8, the Today show made mention of a "left winged global conspiracy" regarding the polar vortex, giving a force-fed tidbit to the masses. Take note that the seeding has already begun and corporate propaganda is already in full swing.

Undeniably cold lately, earth has even been reported to be colder than the surface of Mars. Death tolls from cold weather have been reported to have reached all-time highs in the previous weeks as the rotating pool of freezing air has fiercely attacked regions across the nation, blasting like a massive snowblower from hell.

Cold winds, over 86 mph, were reported in Raleigh North Carolina recently, giving locals a run for their money. While the mainland winds pale in comparison to the 200 mph winds displayed in the recent Philippine storm, the patterns are noticeably not typical for the U.S..

The recent cold snaps have also caused entire rivers to freeze. Some of which broke-up into massive blocks of ice the size of small cars threatening damage to river assets in several states.

Non-stop rain and flooding has also been a problem in the past weeks in states such as Florida as nearly 2 feet of rain fell in Del Ray. However, the strange weather is not just limited to the U.S., other parts of the world are experiencing problems as well.

The Philippines have been bombarded with rains over the past few months washing away nearly everything. Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced in the storm-torn region. Reports also indicate that Indonesia has and even parts of Europe have also taken a beating by heavy rains, once again showing a worldwide issue. Massive tidal surges have also been reported off various coastlines adding to the problem as mother nature compensates.

Shockingly on Jan. 15, temperature in Australia reached 115 degrees, making wildfires a nightmare to extinguish. Power grids were reported tested by the extreme temperatures, running on edge. Animals, including 100,000 or more bats were killed reported to have been killed from the heat wave.

Some say the sun's recent solar inactivity is to blame for the rash weather, as sun spots are half of what they were anticipated to be for 2014. While the sun is in an 11-year period of decline, the activity is drastically low in comparison to previous cycles.

Interestingly, the recent low solar activity matches up with 17th century weather records, possibly signifying some type of celestial cycle as pointed out by researchers such as Zecharia Sitchin previously.

So what is causing all of this?

Is some type of celestial body, i.e. a planet or brown dwarf star, influencing earth? After all, you have to wonder what the previous warnings issued by NASA were truly for. The warnings even made mention of "off-world personnel". If you look at it like that, I guess this would explain the recent meteor sightings and loud booms. I mean hell, our government has even mentioned the need for asteroid deflection procedures and has pushed forward with solutions.

On Jan. 25, a massive meteor nearly collided with the planet at high-speed in Texas, kicking off a plethora of other close encounters around the world. The strange booms are being heard and reported on a regular basis which surprisingly have been blamed on "frostquakes", earthquakes supposedly caused by extremely cold weather. However, frostquakes seem like a highly unlikely possibility, becuase the booms are being heard across the entire planet in all types of climate, including temperate.

In fact, speaking of asteroids, Lee Rannals with Red Orbit recently reported:
Scientists from MIT and the Paris Observatory claim that rogue asteroids are more common than previously thought.

Previously, scientists believed that asteroids were static and remained near the sun. However, observations in the last decade have revealed that asteroids show up in unexpected places in space.

"That [theory] has been completely turned on its head," Francesca DeMeo, who did much of the mapping as a postdoc in MIT's Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, said in a statement. "Today we think the absolute opposite: Everything's been moved around a lot and the solar system has been very dynamic."

Researchers developed a map that charts the size, composition and location of more than 100,000 asteroids throughout the solar system. The new maps suggests the early solar system could have undergone dramatic changes before the planets laid claim to their current alignment.

Some scientists believe Jupiter may have drifted close to the sun, dragging asteroids along with it that originally formed in the colder edges of the solar system. This migration could have knocked around more close-in asteroids, scattering them outward.

"It's like Jupiter bowled a strike through the asteroid belt," DeMeo, lead author of the paper published in the journal Nature, said in a statement. "Everything that was there moves, so you have this melting pot of material coming from all over the solar system."
But what if it wasn't Jupiter doing this (pushing the asteroids into earth), but rather a planet 11 times the size of Jupiter? Are you still with me?

What the hell is going on here?

Newsmax reported:
Astronomers recently found a massive alien planet, estimated to be 11 times larger than Jupiter, in a far-off distant orbit but are stumped as to how it could have formed.

What's interesting is that the planet, HD 106906 b, is situated unusually far away from its parent star - about 650 times the average distance between the Earth and the sun, according to

"This system is especially fascinating because no model of either planet or star formation fully explains what we see," study lead researcher Vanessa Bailey, a fifth-year graduate student in the University of Arizona's department of astronomy, said in a statement.

Most planets are formed when an asteroid-like body accumulates gas and dust from its host star, but in this case, the alien planet is too far away to do that. Bailey says an alternate theory of planet formation involving mini binary star systems could account for the formation of HD 106906 b.
And if that is just not enough, what about massive fish and animal die-offs have also been reported recently? Entire whale pods have been reported to be beached or drowned for unknown reasons and little-to-no explanation has been given from the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration (NOAA) or the U.S. military as sonar testing was initially thought to blame.

An object of this size definitely has the potential to cause some damage, that's for sure.


(6:30pm EST) - News Daily reported:

More than 400 dead dolphins were found last month on the Pacific Ocean beaches of northern Peru where twice that amount were encountered in 2012, officials said Monday.

Authorities never established the cause of the deaths in 2012. They are doing autopsies on the latest dolphins found during January in the Lambayeque region on the northern coast.

Technician Jaime de la Cruz of Peru's IMARPE marine life agency said about 220 dead dolphins were found in the last week of January, the rest during the previous three weeks.