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Re: [ufodiscussion] Massive blackout leaves Brazil in Darkness

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  • masanga@talktalk.net
    The failure of the hydroelectric plant at the Itaipu dam situated on the border of Brazil and Paraguay was of course caused by an electromagnetic storm caused
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      "The failure of the hydroelectric plant at the Itaipu dam situated on the
      border of Brazil and Paraguay was of course caused by an electromagnetic
      storm caused by the near presence of Planet X and the wafting of its charged
      tail."

      Is that right? It's funny how the power-outage only happened there,
      isn't it? I mean, if the whole earth went through the massive charged tail
      of Planet X (which should be visible to the naked eye by now but isn't for
      some unexplained reason), why wasn't the earth's whole power-grid affected?
      And why wasn't the earth whacked by at least some of the asteroids and
      moon-sized debris allegedly trapped in Planet X's tail too?

      Regan


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: nathaniel x vance
      To: etandufoconspiracyandhistoryonearthandnibiru@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Friday, November 13, 2009 12:01 AM
      Subject: [ufodiscussion] Massive blackout leaves Brazil in Darkness



      ZetaTalk: Brazil Blackout
      written November 11, 2009
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      Â The failure of the hydroelectric plant at the Itaipu dam situated on the
      border of Brazil and Paraguay was of course caused by an electromagnetic
      storm caused by the near presence of Planet X and the wafting of its charged
      tail. The Brazilian Energy Minister was honest about the cause, stating it
      was a failure at the dam caused by an unknown "atmospheric phenomena". Many
      blackouts are caused by the equipment shutting down to protect it from surge
      or brownout damage. Often when there is high demand for electricity,
      brownouts can occur due to lack of power available to serve the demand. This
      can cause a domino effect, as one substation after another shuts down due to
      overload, forcing the demand onto a neighboring substation. This was not the
      case in the Brazil/Paraguay blackout, which stemmed from the dam itself. The
      blackout was sudden, affecting the whole area serviced by the power station,
      showing that the outage stemmed from the dam itself.
      *
      …We have warned of increasing outages, such as the Earth experienced in
      2003 when the massive tail of Planet X wafted the Earth. These times are now
      upon mankind.
      <http://www.zetatalk.com/index/zeta545.htm>Â Â

      The earthly ENDTIME of the Wicked - Not the RIGHTEOUS.
      salaam akwaaba jambo ashogee

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