Water World Warning
Old films like ‘Water World’ are part of the government's early public warning system.   Fiction is used to disguise the hard facts otherwise likely to cause fear and panic.   Seen as entertainment, the viewer has to ‘read between the lines’ to see the truth of a big flood coming. Sea More Water

Glaciers and cold polar icecaps melt if the global heater is on full blast.   Trusted experts say that water will flood the earth again like in the days of Noah and the Lost Ark. Select humans will live on calamity barges. Cruise ships today can be made over quickly for a wet nightmare.

Coastal residents seek high ground.

“All the cruise ships we see these days are here for a whole different reason,” says Barry Gibson, an activities director on a big ocean liner. “The ships are for a future emergency - to evacuate the rich elite,” he warns.

A doomsday report (the “report”) claims how survivors in the watery future will battle to control what little land and resources remain. A big wet future is a huge concern and now rainy seasons are often above average. Storms are worse than ever before.

Everyone may want wet suits.

Not everyone will survive,” says Helen Gaynor of Newark New Jersey. “First, the coastal lowlands will flood. And then the rest of the Earth’s plane,” she adds.

The report says “The Day After Tomorrow” film helps explain how weather will take 10 years to reset back to normal. It will take a whole generation (40 years) in the buildup to the crisis and in the time it takes for the water to subside (go away).

“It is hard to believe. It is all nonsense and I could care less about some water,” says Jeff Bell of drought-parched Nevada. Jeff is a lesser known conspiracy critic and skeptic of the doomsday report.   ◆   Click to Close

Comet Tells of END Times!

  Comets now days warn how end times are upon humankind claims Pastor Dick Eioh of Orono, Maine. Dick hosts a bible decipher webinar group. Groups meet weekly by invitation only.  See More - Comet Scare

  A master stained-glass artist and part-time pastor urges, “Say your prayers, and fast.” His shtick is that our life adventure is a garden where we sow and grow spirits.

  Pastor Dick, as his so-called friends call him, is a graduate of the Anti-Divinity University (ADU). The ADU school focuses on “heaven on earth” and afterlife theology.

  An anonymous “official” suggests, “Groups that warn of dire consequences and poor outcomes should be ignored.” People do not have time to ponder eternity.   ●   Click to Close

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Hidden Money Mystery

A 500-year old money laundering scheme is a big secret to hide.   History books only hint at it.   The stories seem too wacko to believe.   If true, it explains a lot.   Can history unlock the modern banking system cartel?   See More - Hidden Money


  Todd Dungeon, an ancient modern history buff believes in secrets. Folks in the know want his dragon tales and truths to be told.

  “Me and Todd talk about money that paid for among other things, like the Mayflower voyage cruise to America,” says Bill Bradford, who knows a lot.

  Dungeon’s blog tales tell how long ago a very wealthy group of religious heretic refugees from France now own the world!

  Such wild claims come by reading the Treaty of Westphalia to end the wars of religion in 1648 and from putting together the puzzle pieces it left.

  More about Dungeon’s tales can be found in his anonymous blogs on the Internet that discuss the hidden power of French Huguenots in history.   They are hard to find since censors are quick to ghost and remove it.   ▪   Click to Close


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