“Rods from God”METEOR – Mysterious Roar And Light In The Sky Wake Mexican City 21 May 2016


Note: This “bolide meteor” appears to be military weapon called the “Rod from God”, as described at the link below by physicist Jim McCanney where he explains how to tell the difference between a real meteor and a fake meteor launched from space based weaponry. Carol Rosen also talked about the “asteroid threat” that would be followed by the alien threat, and at this point it looks like they’ve begun to launch “the program” because I’ve seen several of these RoG’s in other video’s recently. Jim claims the 2013 bolide that exploded over Russia was a RoG.

There are several “real meteors” peppered thru the compilation video from SOTT below, which show the contrast between a military bolide and a cosmic based bolide meteor. The real ones don’t have a tail that looks like a rod, the tail is short and dissipates quickly. Have a great week, blessings {~A~}

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METEOR – Mysterious Roar And Light In The Sky Wake Mexican City 21 May 2016

PUEBLA, MEXICO: Residents in a Mexican city woke in fright before dawn on Saturday to bright light in the sky and then a thunderous noise, fearing a nearby volcano had suddenly erupted.

But officials said Popocatepetl volcano had not stirred and no earthquake had registered.

Instead, the phenomena witnessed by the inhabitants of Puebla de Zaragoza, a city of three million people 50 kilometers (30 miles) from Mexico City, was “most likely a meteor,” the local Astronomic Society tweeted.

The rock from space probably burned up in the atmosphere and no impact was detected, it explained.

“It was horrible, we thought it was the volcano, but it wasn’t,” said one resident, Emma Chavez.

“There was a light that shone for a couple of seconds like it was daytime and then there was tremendous thunder.”

Another resident, Alvaro Morales, said: “It was really strong. Windows were shaking. We thought it was an earthquake, but it wasn’t. There was a sound like an explosion. We were truly terrified.”

Jim McCanney Science Hour May 19, 2016 – Rods from God

 

SOTT Earth Changes Summary – April 2016: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

Ever Beyond Special with Alex Collier 2016


Update: I just learned this is an old recording, probably from 2013-2014, please accept my apology for any misunderstanding.

Published on May 5, 2016

Feb 18, 2016 WSO UPDATE – Electrical Discharges Hawaii and ANOMALY UPDATES from ALL OVER WORLD


New footage from Hawaii showing electrical discharge. It is getting easier to see from South Pole! Also, new link for seeing NASA surveys, where we saw the winged planet! We have images never before seen from subscribers around the world, and more pouring in.

Links:
https://sandcastlesforall.wordpress.c… Earth is Tipsy

https://sandcastlesforall.wordpress.c…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8ez7… Teresa Large panet in west

http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-show…

http://www.addicted-sports.com/webcam…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oA6G…

Sun Freak in Hawaii

http://strangesounds.org/2016/02/myst…

Link to NASA sky surveys: http://skyview.gsfc.nasa.gov/current/…

Incoming dwarf star system, news brief, information, clarification.


Note: Alex Collier recently gave us the same feedback on an incoming planetary body…along with many other reports and sightings of what appears to be a second sun appearing next to the sun at dusk and dawn. Not to mention all the incoming meteors and fireballs whizzing by and falling to earth over the last several years. It’s beginning to look like there’s something big in the solar system that will cause perturbations on Earth, so as we move forward into March and beyond…be spiritually and physically prepared for the expected unexpected.

Much love, {~A~}

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http://www.andromedacouncil.com

Eyewitness descriptions suggest 12 missing Marines aboard 2 downed helicopters off Hawaii were taken out by meteor explosion


© HNN
US Marines and police discuss search and rescue options after two military choppers go down off Hawaii

All four life rafts from the two choppers that collided off Oahu’s North Shore have been recovered, but rescuers have yet to find any sign of survivors. The search for the 12 Marines on board the two helicopters continued into its fifth day Tuesday, with Marines combing North Shore beaches for debris, while multiple county, state and federal agencies search for survivors by air and sea.

Navy divers have also been dispatched, and are using sonar technology around the last known position of the two choppers about two miles off Haleiwa. So far, they haven’t seen any debris. The two Marine Corps choppers collided during a routine training mission about 10:40 p.m. Thursday, setting off a massive ocean search-and-rescue effort during one of the biggest swells of the winter season. Low visibility also hampered search efforts.

Ocean conditions are favorable for searching Tuesday, but surf is expected to start rising again Wednesday. The Coast Guard says there has been no indication that anyone was ever on the life rafts that were recovered. Still, the Coast Guard said Sunday that it remains hopeful survivors will be found, and in a statement Monday, Coast Guard officials said their goal is to ensure with “absolute certainty we’ve thoroughly canvassed every location we might find them.”

On Saturday, the Coast Guard said it had found debris from the two helicopters in waters off Oahu. High surf has scattered debris across a wide swath of waters off Oahu, from Kahuku to Waianae. “The debris that’s been located is consistent with the aircraft of this type,” said Coast Guard Lt. Scott Carr. “I know a lot of people are focused on the debris, but we’re really focused on hopefully finding survivors.” Both of the CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters had six Marines aboard when they crashed. Authorities said they did not get a distress call from either helicopter. Witnesses said the collision produced a fireball that lit up the night sky.

“It was like daytime,” said Chase Tantog, 21, who was fishing at Chun’s Reef when he saw what he thought was a meteor falling from the sky. “It was just a big fireball coming down,” he said. “There was debris, too, on the side, like coming off. Once it hit the water, it just blacked out and then you hear the thunder roar after. It was really loud.”

Witnesses recount collision

Residents up and down the North Shore saw — or heard — the collision Thursday night. Don Williams said the collision produced “two big booms. It shook the house,” he said. “I couldn’t figure out what it was.”

Tantog, who was fishing at Chun’s Reef, said the fireball in the night sky was so big “I thought the world was going to end.” One woman said she was at Haleiwa Harbor on Thursday night when she saw what she thought was a flare. “I didn’t see it shoot up, I saw when something was coming down.”

Comment: The eyewitness descriptions are clearly not referring to a fireball resulting from the collision of two man-made objects, as the article implies.

The obvious explanation is that the two helicopters were taken out by the shockwave from an overhead meteor fireball explosion, the force from which suddenly and catastrophically disabled the craft and scattered their debris over a wide area.

http://www.sott.net/article/310979-Eyewitness-descriptions-suggest-12-missing-Marines-aboard-2-downed-helicopters-off-Hawaii-were-taken-out-by-meteor-explosion

NASA space data supports citizens’ observations: Meteor fireballs are increasing exponentially


© Sott.net
Another spectacular meteor fireball explodes high above Bangkok, Thailand on November 2nd, 2015

SOTT.net last looked in detail at the frequency of meteor fireballs in 2013, using the data garnered by the American Meteor Society (AMS). SOTT.net pointed out the increasing frequency of fireballs1, and asked the question: “What does 2014 have in store?

Well, the results are in, and the answer is simple: comparing 2014 to 2013, the frequency of fireballs increased by 120%. Comparing 2015 to 2014, fireballs increased by 20%. That is a significant increase, and it should be generating a lot of attention. If it is, then it’s being done very quietly behind closed doors.

Since October 2013, the web site spaceweather.com has published daily data from NASA’s All-Sky Fireball Network, which observes, and daily reports, fireball activity over the US.2

I have collated both sets of data – from NASA and the AMS – to produce the following graphs, taking into account that each dataset relies on different definitions of ‘meteor fireball’. Click on the graphs to view them at full size.

© Dr M.A. Rose
Overall increase in meteor fireballs over the US in the last decade

Because we are using two datasets, there can be some incongruity for the 2013-2014 data. Nevertheless, the pattern is congruent: from 2010 onwards, the frequency of fireballs has been increasing each year in an exponential fashion. Such a change is significant and should be generating a lot of media attention and a lot of activity in near space observation.

The most significant way to plot the data is via a 12-month rolling average, which smooths out ‘noise’ and demonstrates any significant changes that have occurred. From mid-2010, the average number of fireballs significantly increased, until late 2015 when the rolling average stabilised.

Collating the data into a 6-month rolling average reveals the asymmetric distribution across the year. Fireballs are occurring at higher numbers in the latter part of the year. This difference in distribution significantly increased after 2013. That is, one part of space is becoming dense with dust and rocks, and Earth (and other planets in the inner solar system) are moving through this area of space every year.

© Dr M.A. Rose
12-month rolling average of meteor fireballs over the US in the last decade

© Dr. M.A. Rose
6-month rolling average of meteor fireballs over the US in the last decade

Looking at NASA’s data month by month, we see that the fireball frequency is most concentrated in the months August to December. However, the numbers for June and July are also increasing significantly, suggesting that the area of space from which asteroid and comet debris is reaching Earth (or, alternatively, into which the solar system is moving), is increasing in size:

© Dr. M.A. Rose
NASA-observed fireballs increasing over the last three years

Where there is meteor smoke, there are asteroids

NASA has also published data for near-Earth asteroid (NEA) discoveries since 1995.3 Their data shows a consistent increase in asteroid numbers from 1998-2013, and significant increases for 2014 and 2015, which shadows the big increases in fireballs observed over those two years.

© Dr M.A. Rose
Increase in Near Earth Asteroids in last two decades

Another remarkable change is the increase, since 2000, in the outer planets’ new moons/satellites.4 Jupiter and Saturn appear to have effectively shielded the planets in the inner solar system by trapping the larger ‘rocks’ in their gravitational fields, in the process gaining new moons:

© Dr. M.A. Rose
Increase in the number of satellites acquired by the outer planets of the solar system

This might be related to the decline, since 2000, in new discoveries of large NEAs (rocks greater than 1km in diameter):

© Dr. M.A. Rose

To summarize, here’s what we can deduce from these datasets:

  1. The number of fireballs being observed has slowly increased over the years 2000-2011. Thereafter, their numbers increased rapidly, and moreover, the very rapid increase came from a specific area of space. Most occurred during the period August to December. 2014 and 2015 saw major increases in fireball numbers
  2. NEA numbers have been observed since 1995. From 1998-2013 the number of new NEAs discovered has relentlessly increased, with major increases in 2014 and 2015. The pattern matches that of the recorded fireballs
  3. The number of discoveries of large NEAs peaked in 2000, then declined to 2010, and plateaued out thereafter
  4. Saturn and Jupiter began increasing their number of moons circa 2000/2001, and the numbers stabilized around 2010

It would be interesting to plot the positions of the large outer planets relative to Earth over this time period, and determine whether the decrease in large NEAs in 2000 is connected to the increase of moons around the outer planets – that is, whether the outer planets, when in the right part of space, capture the larger rocks/asteroids.

More intense meteor showers and more sporadics

We have a limited database from NASA, but the following meteor showers revealed significantly increased fireball numbers for 2015 as compared with 2014:

  • Perseids – from Comet 109P Swift-Tuttle
  • Northern Taurids – Debris from Comet Encke. The Taurids and Encke are thought to be part of a much larger comet that disintegrated over the past 20,000-30,000 years. Planetary perturbations have split the debris stream into two observable showers (Northern & Southern).

The 2013 data only covers the latter part of the year. The following meteor showers showed significant increasing fireball numbers for 2014 as compared with 2013, but showed no significant increase for 2015 vs 2014:

  • Geminids – Unlike most meteor showers, the Geminids are not associated with a comet but with Asteroid 3200 Phaethon
  • Perseids – Comet 109P Swift Tuttle
  • Orionids – Debris from Comet 1P Halley
  • Sigma Hydrids – Showed increasing Fireball numbers across each year
  • Sigma Hydrids – Faint shower. The meteors are said to have a “Perseid-type velocity.” It is assumed that the source was a long-period comet and these are the last remnants of its tail

Keep in mind, however, that the vast majority of fireballs are classed as ‘sporadics’, i.e. they are not identified with any known meteor shower. They may occur during the same time period as a named meteor shower, but travel in different directions and occur in different parts of the sky.

© Dr. M.A. Rose
NASA’s identification of fireballs since
October 2013. Note that the vast majority of them could not be associated with known meteor streams…

© Dr. M.A. Rose
From 2014 to 2015 NASA registered a more than 3-fold increase in fireballs identified as Perseids

© Dr. M.A. Rose
From 2013 to 2014 NASA registered a more than 2-fold increase in fireballs identified as Geminids and Leonids

© Dr. M.A. Rose
From 2013 to 2014 NASA registered a 2-fold increase in fireballs identified as Taurids. From 2014 to 2015 there was a more then 3-fold increase

© Dr. M.A. Rose

2015 finished with about 20% more fireballs compared to 2014:

© Dr. M.A. Rose

What’s up (in space)?

So it appears that one of a couple of things is happening:

  • The solar system is moving into an area of space where it is encountering a higher density of rocks/asteroids, along with the debris trails of some comets, e.g. Encke
  • Or something a la ‘Nemesis’5 is approaching the inner solar system and perturbing comets/asteroids from the Kuiper Belt and/or the Oort Cloud.
  • The two scenarios are not mutually exclusive: the first scenario could also trigger the second.

The ‘Nemesis’ hypothesis6,7 proposes that the Sun has a companion star – a brown or red dwarf – in a highly elliptical orbit that periodically disturbs comets/asteroids in the Oort Cloud, causing a large increase in the number of comets visiting the inner solar system, and a consequential increase in impact events on Earth.

No ‘Nemesis’ twin sun has yet been detected by NASA’s WISE (Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer) telescope – or so we’re told – but WISE has discovered several brown dwarfs in neighboring star systems.8

More recently, Napier et.al.9 published a paper highlighting the significance of Centaurs in the Oort Cloud. Centaurs are giant comets in the trans-Neptunian region, which if displaced into the main solar system, could disintegrate and lead to intermittent but prolonged bombardment of inner solar system planets, for up to 100,000 years. Their opening paragraph is worth reproducing here:

Do we live in dangerous times? The risks to civilization from impacts by asteroids and comets have been appreciated only in the past few decades. Programmes such as NASA’s Spaceguard observations seek to map near-Earth objects (NEOs) as a way to quantify the risk to Earth. But does the current count of NEOs reflect the population over time? We argue that the population is variable and that assessments of the extraterrestrial impact risk based solely on near-Earth asteroid counts underestimate its nature and magnitude for timescales of order 10,000 years, i.e. the interval of interest and concern to our civilization.

A more variable but significant threat comes from Centaurs, giant comets derived from the trans-Neptunian region that reach the inner solar system generally via short-term, dynamically unstable residence periods in the outer planetary region. The disintegration of such giant comets would produce intermittent but prolonged periods of bombardment lasting up to 100,000 years. Mass extinction/geological boundary events on Earth show such a pattern, as do levels of dust and meteoroids in the upper atmosphere. Over the past 10,000 years, Earth has been experiencing the intermittent arrival of dust, meteoroids and comet fragments from the disintegration of comet 2P/Encke, trapped within the orbit of Jupiter.

Napier et al further noted that, “All three major 20th-century impacts (Tunguska, British Guiana, Curuca River) coincided with our passage through major meteoroid streams (respectively, the Beta Taurids, Geminids and Perseids).” We currently have significant increases in fireballs among the Perseids and Northern Taurids.

I guess we shall just have to see what 2016 has in store, but so far, in early January, the pattern already appears to be… continued increase in fireballs:

© Dr. M.A. Rose

References

  1. ‘2013 saw a dramatic increase in meteor fireballs – What does 2014 have in store?’, Philipos Moustaki, SOTT.net, 12 January 2014
  2. NASA’s All Sky Fireball Network
  3. NASA’s Near Earth Object Program
  4. ‘Planetary Satellite Discovery Circumstances’ at NASA’s JPL
  5. ‘Nemesis: Does the Sun Have a ‘Companion’?’ Space.com, 25 March 2010
  6. Whitmire, D.P. & Jackson, A.A. (1984), ‘Are periodic mass extinctions driven by a distant solar companion?’. Nature 308 (5961): 713 – 715
  7. Davis M., Hut P., Muller R.A. (1984), ‘Extinction of species by periodic comet showers’. Nature 308 (5961): 715 – 717
  8. ‘NASA Discovers Coldest Brown Dwarf Neighbor of the Sun’, space.com, 28 April 2014
  9. Bill Napier, David Asher, Mark Bailey & Duncan Steel, ‘Centaurs as a hazard to civilisation’, Astronomy & Geophysics 56.6 (2015), 18-23

http://sott.net/en309988

Earth-Keeper Conference 2015: Energy Springs & Earth Shifts 2015 and Beyond ~ Crysto-Electric Life Forms & Devics


Earth-Keeper 2015: View in HD Settings for Best Resolution. James Tyberonn on Earth Upshifts from 2015 & Beyond. Fascinating ! Discusses Dimensional Expansion Occurring thru Solar Radiation & Saturnian Waves of Crystallization. Explains the Tangibility of ‘Newly Visible ‘ Crysto-Electric & Photonic Lifeforms, Devics, Sprites, Faeries & ‘Orbs’ in the Ongoing Ionic Ratio Alterations. Reviews ‘types’ of higher dimensional & astral plane lifeforms. Includes an Analysis of Revolutionary Revisions of Earth Current Flows, Energy ‘Springs’ Occurring in Rifts and Mountain Cordilla. Discusses the benefits & challenges of Expanded Belief and ‘Psychic Gifts’ in the new paradigm, of ‘Group Consciousness ‘Thought Forms’ . An excellent presentation , definitely worth while ! Filmed live before 500 attendees of the 2015 Earth-Keeper Colorado Star-Gate Gathering .

http://www.Earth-Keeper.com
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Meteorite hits earth in Iran, Multiple Meteor Impact Event Iran Confirmed


© Trend News Agency

Iran has confirmed that a meteor has hit somewhere in the northern part of the country.

The meteor landed in Avaj in the province of Qazvin, Mohammad Ali Ahani, director of Qazvin Crisis Management Staff said, Mehr news agency reported July 31.

Also, there have been reports that some pieces of rock have hit areas in Eshtehard, Alborz Province, Arsalan Qasemi, governor of Boeen Zahra, county in Qazvin Province, said.

Another local governor of Takestan County, Qazvin Province, said that the area witnessed the passing of the meteor, but nowhere in the district under his supervision had been hit.

Related stories:
http://www.sott.net/article/299629-Iran-confirms-meteor-hit

Multiple Meteor Impact Event Iran Confirmed

NASA All Sky Cameras Caught Hundreds of Fireballs the Past 4 Days – WTH!!! is Going On?


NASA’s All Sky camera network captured over 200 meteor/fireballs from Monday evening through Thursday noon.

On Jun. 18, 2015, the network reported 101 fireballs.
(99 sporadics, 1 , 1 Northern June Aquilid)
http://spaceweather.com/archive.php?v…

http://spaceweather.com/

On Jun. 17, 2015, the network reported 71 fireballs.
(71 sporadics)
http://spaceweather.com/archive.php?v…

On Jun. 16, 2015, the network reported 14 fireballs.
(14 sporadics)
http://spaceweather.com/archive.php?v…

On Jun. 15, 2015, the network reported 16 fireballs.
(15 sporadics, 1 June mu Cassiopeiid)
http://spaceweather.com/archive.php?v…

http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot…
http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot…

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Lost In The Forest – Doug Maxwell & Media Right Productions

Spaceweather Radio ~ Meteor Echoes



Forward Scatter Meteor Radar

METEOR ECHOES : The US Air Force Space Surveillance Radar has been shut down, but we’re still recording meteor echos. How do we do it? Radio engineer Stan Nelson uses a Yagi antenna in New Mexico to detect 54 MHz TV signals reflected from meteor trails. When a meteor passes over his observatory–ping!–there is an echo. It’s the next best thing to a giant government radar! Click on the button to listen to a live audio feed: LISTEN

 

Source: http://spaceweatherradio.com/

Fire in the Sky News ~ Earth in Meteor Storm-Unknown Origin


Hundreds of ‘Mystery Meteors’ being reported! Earth appears to be in a new debris field and a new VERY close Near Earth Asteroid is approaching, September 7th rendezvous.


http://www.spaceweather.com/
http://www.amsmeteors.org/
http://fireballs.ndc.nasa.gov/
http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot…
http://www.theastronomer.org/meteor_g…
http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/

Meteor hits Greek island


The meteor didn’t cause any damage but people panicked around the region
Meteor hits Greek island

World Bulletin / News Desk

A meteor hit Zakynthos, the third largest Greek island, in the Ionian Sea on Wednesday night.

Eyewitnesses said the sky lit up like day after an explosion and objects which looked like fire balls fell into the sea, according to state-run ANA-MPA news agency.

“Meteor strikes are common in Greece, it is not threatening,” geology Professor Efthimyos Lekkas told an AA correspondent.

The meteor didn’t cause any damage but people panicked around the region.

http://www.worldbulletin.net/?aType=haber&ArticleID=123907

 

Mars Went Comet Developing Halo as ISON Passed, Will Mercury go Comet to? Jim McCanney Science Hour


 

November 12, 2013 … comet ISON develops a second tail AND TURNS BLUE per my prediction (listen to last thursday’s show for that exact statement) … the pic of amateur astronomer michael jagar did not show a copyright notice on the spaceweather web site so is posted here … too bad we have to depend on amateur pics when NASA has all the good equipment (over 60 instruments) focused on ISON but nary a trace of pics or data from those tight fisted clowns … note how comet ISON resembles the asteroid that went comet (pic in the next posting below) … of course spaceweather gives their fairy tale science version of what is causing a double tail (actually a common feature of comets) BUT listen to my show this week for a complete comet ISON update and explanation for why comets can exhibit 2 tails … but what about turning blue ?!?!? is it holding its breath too long ??? or is it due to a more intense electrical discharge as i stated on last week’s show when i made the prediction … changing from green to blue … once again surely NASA has the spectral analysis that would prove that this light is not reflected solar light but is intense luminosity of gases in the comet as its sunward electron current intensifies as it approaches the sun and as ISON begins to interact electrically with the planet mercury … they would also hold the data proving that the light is red shifted as explained in my Plasma Discharge Comet Model (see my eBook COMETS for details where i show comet spectrum with the predicted red shift) … jim mccanney

 

 


 

FOUR COMETS AND A FREAK ERUPTION OF AN ASTEROID (ON STEROIDS) … it is time to wake up early everyone … what i have been talking about for a year NOW IS THE TIME !!! in the early morning sky we have FOUR comets with TWO (comet ISON and comet 2P/Encke) about to encounter the little planet Mercury … at the same time from behind … these are comets visible with small binoculars BUT what you should be looking at also is the planet Mercury … will it go comet ??? oddly enough a small asteroid just went comet … the pics are below from the Hubble space telescope … astronomers cannot explain it but you all know it is my Plasma Discharge Comet Model in action … astronomers admit that the asteroid is too hot to have water on the nucleus (so why do they also not admit that the hot dry rocks of comet nuclei cannot have water either ??? ) and anyway no water was observed … the brightened 6 tails could not have been not due to their standard “an asteroid hit it” because it has 6 tails and what is the chance that 6 asteroids hit it all at the same time ??? zipppoooo … clearly the asteroid went comet and the dust seen is coming INTO the comet (asteroid) … here are the pics 

 

November 2, 2013 Show

LISTEN HERE

Comet ISON, Mars, Regulus


Taken by Martin Gembec on October 14, 2013 @ near Jablonec n. N., Czech Republic

Details:

Today we have clear morning sky and three comets on the sky. I tried to catch comet ISON with Mars and Regulus in one filed of my ED 80 f 400 mm refractor. It is interesting, that comet and Mars are about 100 milion km away, but Regulus is 77 light years and for surprise, there is also dwarf galaxy Leo I about 800 thousand light years away.

http://spaceweathergallery.com/indiv_upload.php?upload_id=87923

Courtesy of DP 10/15/13

Comet ISON – Impending Disaster?


We take a broad look at the many videos of doom about Comet ISON and ask the question “Haven’t we heard this all before?”

Check out my Facebook discussion page:
“Voices Of Reason To Explain X – VORTEX”
https://www.facebook.com/groups/30806…

Ohio Meteor Impact Near Serpent Mound, Kills Two Elderly Residents


September 28, 2013

Ohioans were dazzled by a bright flash of blue light in the night sky on September 27, 2013, in southern Ohio around 11:30 p.m., eastern standard time. Could it have been a meteorite or a satellite predicted to crash to earth on Friday?

A fireball reportedly hit near a home in northern Adams County, Ohio, a few miles outside the city of Peebles causing a house fire. Those reports are unconfirmed. The six alarm fire left fireman battling the blaze into the early hours of the morning. It is unknown at this time if the residents made it out safely.

A neighbor said the meteor crossed over the city and hit near the Locust Grove Cemetery just four miles from the Great Serpent Effigy Mound. In recent years, a crop circle appeared overnight in an adjacent field from the Serpent Mound grounds and thousands of years ago it was the sight of a major meteorite that caused a huge crater.

To report a meteor go to the American Meteors Society webpage.

Come back for further updates on this situation.

Update: As of the morning of September 28, 2013, a home outside of Peebles, Ohio, in the Locust Grove area of Adams County burned to the ground last night, the two residents of the home, an elderly couple, Jane and Lyle Lambert, died as a result of smoke inhalation. The fire is believed to be caused from the meteor or pieces of the heated meteor that hit the home. The state fire marshal is investigating the fire.

http://www.examiner.com/article/was-it-a-meteor-that-lit-up-the-sky-last-night

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Editors Note: The original titleWas it a meteor that lit up the sky last night?” was changed to reflect the updated status of the story.

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