RE: [ufodiscussion] "Hyperdimensional" Katrina...?
- And the catastrophic economic reprocussions for the entire Nation if that
most dire scenario should actually happen ....
If they don't want it to happen then why have they written this like a
suspense thriller and gotten who knows how many people to focus on it?
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Subject: [ufodiscussion] "Hyperdimensional" Katrina...?
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"Hyperdimensional" Katrina ...?
OK, it's happening again.
Last year, a series of four extraordinary storms ravaged the State of
Florida in rapid succession, causing both devestating human and economic
impacts. Several aspects of these storms caught our attention -- ranging
from the "impossible" tracks each storm followed into Florida (examples
To the equally astonishing geometry visible in the centers of some storms
... the incredibly "structured eyes" themselves.
Readers interested in our full, multi-part analysis of what really may have
occurred last year, can find it under "Hyperdimensional Hurricanes" on the
Enterprise Mission Main page.
* * *
Now, we're facing another monster "superstorm" -- Hurricane Katrina -- which
makes those that swept Florida last year pale by comparison. The primary
reason, of course, is that the city directly in the path of the projected
28-foot storm surge (!) -- and hurricane force winds of at least 155 miles
per hour -- this time ... is a City least able to protect itself: New
Lying in a natural basin below sea level -- in some places as much as 10
feet -- and protected only by its artificial levee system, New Orleans is
arguably the worst place for a hurricane to hit on the entire planet ...
certainly on the Continent of North America. For, added to the expected
Catagory 4 storm surge of almost 30 feet, one must add the number of feet
New Orleans lies below sea level. The total could produce a flood as much as
50 feet deep -- literally drowning most of the City of New Orleans ....
But, beyond the potentially tragic loss of life and property in New orleans
itself, this storm carries an even larger threat: as this storm crossed
Florida a few days ago, brushing just south of Miami at a Catagory 1 before
heading out into the Gulf of Mexico, some observers wondered aloud about the
potential economic impact of the storm on the entire United States ...
With gasoline already approaching $3.00 per gallon in some parts of the
Country, and most of the National refinary capacity strung out along the
Gulf Coast, it doesn't take an expert to realize that a direct hit by a
major hurricane on those fragile refinaries ... if not the destruction of
even a few of the hundreds of oil rigs in the Gulf itself ... could shoot
gas prices to unprecedented levels at the pump.
But, as serious as these prospects are, there could be even more severe
consequences for a direct hit by a major hurricane on the facilities lying
at the mouth of the Mississippi River: the literal closing of the
waterway -- for an indeterminate period of time -- to the entire Mid-West!
And the catastrophic economic reprocussions for the entire Nation if that
most dire scenario should actually happen ....
* * *
These "geopolitics of Katrina" were discussed at some length in a recent
analysis posted on the well-known on-line economic and political website:
"A Category 5 hurricane [at this writing], the most severe type measured,
Katrina has been reported heading directly toward the city of New Orleans.
This would be a human catastrophe, since New Orleans sits in a bowl below
sea level. However, Katrina is not only moving on New Orleans. It also is
moving on the Port of Southern Louisiana. Were it to strike directly and
furiously, Katrina would not only take a massive human toll, but also an
enormous geopolitical one.
"The Port of Southern Louisiana is the fifth-largest port in the world in
terms of tonnage, and the largest port in the United States. The only global
ports larger are Singapore, Rotterdam, Shanghai and Hong Kong. It is bigger
than Houston, Chiba and Nagoya, Antwerp and New York/New Jersey. It is a key
link in U.S. imports and exports and critical to the global economy.
"The Port of Southern Louisiana stretches up and down the Mississippi River
for about 50 miles, running north and south of New Orleans from St. James to
St. Charles Parish. It is the key port for the export of grains to the rest
of the world --
corn, soybeans, wheat and animal feed. Midwestern farmers and global
consumers depend on those exports. The United States imports crude oil,
petrochemicals, steel, fertilizers and ores through the port. Fifteen
percent of all U.S. exports by value go through the port. Nearly half of the
exports go to Europe.
"The Port of Southern Louisiana is a river port. It depends on the
navigability of the Mississippi River. The Mississippi is notorious for
changing its course, and in southern Louisiana -- indeed along much of its
length -- levees both protect the land from its water and maintain its
course and navigability. Dredging and other maintenance are constant and
necessary to maintain its navigability. It is fragile.
"If New Orleans is hit, the Port of Southern Louisiana, by definition, also
will be hit. No one can predict the precise course of the storm or its
consequences. However, if we speculate on worse-case scenarios the following
consequences jump out:
"The port might become in whole or part unusable if levees burst. If the
damage to the river and port facilities could not be repaired within 30 days
when the U.S. harvests are at their peak, the effect on global agricultural
prices could be substantial.
"There is a large refinery at Belle Chasse. It is the only refinery that is
seriously threatened by the storm, but if it were to be inundated, 250,000
barrels per day would go off line. Moreover, the threat of environmental
danger would be substantial.
"About 2 percent of world crude production and roughly 25 percent of
U.S.-produced crude comes from the Gulf of Mexico and already is affected by
Katrina. Platforms in the path of Katrina have been evacuated but others
continue pumping. If this follows normal patterns, most production will be
back on line within hours or days. However, if a Category 5 hurricane (of
which there have only been three others in history) has a different effect,
the damage could be longer lasting. Depending on the effect on the Port of
Southern Louisiana, the ability to ship could be affected.
"A narrow, two-lane highway that handles approximately 10,000 vehicles a
day, is used for transport of cargo and petroleum products and provides port
access for thousands of employees is threatened with closure. A closure of
as long as two weeks could rapidly push gasoline prices higher."At a time
when oil prices are in the mid-60-dollar range and starting to hurt, the
hurricane has an obvious effect. However, it must be borne in mind that the
Mississippi remains a key American shipping route, particularly for the
export and import of a variety of primary commodities from grain to oil, as
well as steel and rubber. Andrew Jackson fought hard to keep the British
from taking New Orleans because he knew it was the main artery for U.S.
trade with the world. He was right and its role has not changed since then
Now, here comes the "woo woo" part:
Visitors to Enterprise who have read and understood our analysis of last
year's "anomalous" run of hurricanes on Florida, have sent us in the last
few days a series of images of the eye-structure of this hurricane: and,
indeed, they match the extraordinary "pentagonal HD geometry" we observed in
It was our considered opinion last year that this specific "eye geometry"
was indeed the potential signature of a unique "Hyperdimensional Physics" at
work within such hurricanes: a physics that we have extensively discussed
here at Enterprise for many years ....
Here (below) is one of those most recent Katrina images.
And here (below -- courtesy of one of our "crew members") is a negative
version of the same image -- which allows one to see even better the
striking five-sided, raised geometry ... somehow being created in Katrina's
* * *
The crucial question now now before us is just this:
Is Katrina "just another major hurricane" -- which "bad luck" has aimed
straight at the most vulnerable city in the United States, New Orleans and,
with it, the central economic artery of the entire mid-section of the
Or ... has Katrina -- carrying its tell-tale pentagonal "Hyperdimensional
signature" (above), like the "test hurricanes" (in this model) of last
year -- actually been hyperdimensionally enhanced (!) ... and aimed ... to
do the most economic damage possible to the entire southern tier of the
In other words: is this a blatant example of Tom Bearden's worst fears of a
few days ago materialized (below) -- actual "Hyperdimensional Terrorism" ...
hitting our Nation and economy at this most crucial time ... when oil (as of
this morning) has now reached $70 per barrel ... and still climbing ..?!
"...This hurricane already made a right angle turn West to move across the
tip of Florida, and into the Gulf, where the warm Gulf waters will increase
its intensity and the damage it does. Some 40% or so of U.S. oil comes from
that Gulf, hence the strategic importance of the targeting. The most
lucrative damage path would be through the oil rigs and platforms, and then
hit shore centered on New Orleans. We'll just have to see if that is the
path generated ...
"So SecDef Cohen's warning was right on, and now we are into it. The hostile
plan also calls for gradually increasing the intensity of the damage done to
the United States by each incident, since Americans do not react to slowly
increasing threats (that is one of our grave strategic vulnerabilities, as
shown by a standard Strategic Analysis routinely done by military folks). So
our geologists and scientists just blithely state that 'we have entered a
geologically active period', and everybody thinks these incidents are just
flukes of nature. That way, our national reaction characteristics are used
to our own grave disadvantage ...
"As you can see, the major intent of our foes is to bring about a
catastrophic economic collapse of the entire U.S. economy, something like
two years from now, so there will result great chaos and disorder in all our
cities, paralyzing out entire society. And all by adroitly engineered 'acts
of nature', with never a nuclear weapon fired ...."
As I bluntly asked one of our own long-time "intel insiders," late last
"Are we, in fact -- as Bearden strongly now suggests -- immersed in an
undeclared hyperdimensional weather war ...!?
"And, if so--
"Is our elected political and appointed military leadership even aware of
this physics and technology!?
"And, if they are -- what, if anything -- are they doing to counter this
most insidious of threats to our long-term national stability and economic
"Or, is this a direct result of the last half-century of increasingly
obsessive and expanding secrecy ... under the constant guise of 'national
security' -- which has produced 'black ops,' and even entire nations,
equipped with weapons and technology which would seem like literal 'magic'
to any duly elected current Congressman ... or President.
"And, if so ... most important--
"Who's the enemy ..!?"
"Are they outside ... or inside ... the United States?!"
His answer was not reassuring ....
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