Objects heading earthward Nov
Wed, 1 Sep 1999 02:36:06 -0500 (CDT)
aavco@... (Jeffrey Stanton
Jeffrey Stanton wrote:
> P.S. Have you seen Hoagland's or Kent Steadman's sites as of late?
> Appears Hoagland thinks that maybe just maybe there may be some sort of
> major "impact" of something or other that was sent earthward from the
> sun during the eclipse in August. I think it's supposed to be the
> so-called "King O' Terror" which Nostradamus' quatrains refer to, and
> which some now think actually DID appear during the same eclipse, as
> predicted op. cit. See the Orbit and/or Enterprise websites for
> mpegs/jpegs of the mysterious unknown "objects" appearance in a Turkish
> cameraman's shots, during and shortly after eclipse totality...
> Hoagland claims he has inside info that the objects are set to hit earth
> on or about Nov. 7th, a la the movie "Asteroid." Further, he says that
> NASA knows about it, and there are factions in NASA fighting over
> release of information in some form of the impending doom. The "unknown
> object" that will cause us the most trouble, his source says, will be
> hitting somewhere in North Atlantic off European coast (just like in
> Also, there appears to be an explanation by Hoagland as to how he DID
> NOT try to take sole credit for the discovery of the Abydos glyphs as
> depicted months ago on the web & that all the hubbub about that was
> nothing more than a carefully orchestrated "smear campaign" against him,
> I mention this because this topic was discussed on PX months ago. I
> figure there are usually 2 sides to every story AND anyone who takes on
> NASA as Hoagland is and has been known to do can't be ALL bad...What I
> am worried about is that if ANY of Hoagland's
> speculations/revelations/prognostications EVER transpire, there will be
> MAJOR proverbial dookie hitting the torsion field...
> The stuff which RH is saying now are so "heretical" and earthshaking
> (literally) that if I was part of the "black government," I would sure
> as hell try to discredit him by any means possible. Who knows? I don't
> claim to know what to make of ANY of this, just passing on interesting
> info, check it out & maybe tell me what YOU think...
> Oh yeah, one of those crop circle photos (taken last April) on the site
> you had directed us appears to be pretty much an EXACT replica of one of
> the Turkish videographer's eclipse frames, showcasing one of the alleged
> "King O' Terror projectiles" (now supposedly heading towards the
> November 7 impact with Earth). Real good side-by-side comparison of the
> two frames at beginning of ORBIT website, as I recall.
> Later Tater,