Meteor with Strange Sounds in Kentucky, Illinois, Arizona, Tennessee, Missouri, Mississippi – May 18 2013


on 20 May 2013


Initial Meteor Sighting Reports

KY IL AR TN MO MS Meteor 18 MAY 2013

18MAY2013 Tristen Dixon Vilonia, AR 22:45:00 5 seconds Faced east, went from south to north Green/white Very bright white

18MAY2013 Jb Augusta, Arkansas, USA 22:40:00 Aprox 4 sec S-N Bright blue green white flashes Bright as the moon flashes as bright as the sun like lightning Small pieces like sparks Could swear I heard a distant jet like noise which may have been an actual jet but it did directly coincide with the meteor so ????

18MAY2013 Michael Schoelzel Mascoutah, IL, USA 22:40 cst the last 2 seconds start east traveled west, I was lookiing south super brilliant white & Green super bright fragmentation yes, looked like it disintegrated with green fragments as it was breaking 2nd probably most amazing thing I’ve seen, right after last weeks observation, interestingly in the same area of the sky from my point of view, simply breathtaking, something is really not right here, I’ve been fascinated with the sky all my life, but only in recent years, or better yet months have I ever witnessed such wild activity, thank you for the interest, I feel better now having reported it!

18MAY2013 Gerard Randolph Lewisburg, TN USA 10:30-40 Central Time It was not beyond 30 seconds.Fiery E-W Was looking at the sky and saw what appeared to be a falling star, but started getting bigger as it kept moving toward the west. Looked like a huge ball of fire. Fiery looking. Towards the tale of it it was falling off. Really an amazing sight!!!

18MAY2013 Trevor Sales Bowling Green Ky Usa 2230 ish central standard 5 seconds United States no sound large burning fireball white flame trail with green front approximately lunar brightness appeared to be breaking slightly from my perspective approximately similar in size to the footage I saw of the large fireball seen in Russia recently shown on the daily show

18MAY2013 David Edwardsville, il 22:30:00 aprx 4 to 8 seconds. I was not expecting it Just caught it in the corner of my eye and it got my attention I was facing south it moved from n-e to s-w I saw a bright blue green streak with a long tail. it went out before hitting the ground. it was EXTREMELY close at least as bright as a full moon I could see larger lighted pieces falle from the tail area. i think I caught a faint sight of something after light went out. like I said It was CLOSE It was awesome. i am not a star gazer but wish I had my camera.




Morningland Dairy raided and another family business destroyed 01/25/2013

Published on Jan 30, 2013

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Howell County Sheriffs Department aids Milk Board in the destruction of Morningland Dairy.…

Published on Jan 26, 2013
Correction: In this original title caption it was reported 39 tons of inventory were confiscated. That number was incorrect. The exact weight of inventory confiscated was 36,420 LBS or 18.2 tons, NOT 39. I apologize for that. I am going to keep this original video up but make sure that correct number is reported per this disclaimer. Thank You.

Moriningland Dairy, a family business that has been in operation for over 30 years without a single complaint or report of any illness has ceased today. The over two year battle they’ve had with the Missouri Milk Board ended today with a raid and confiscation of over 250 thousand dollars of inventory seized by the state. As a result of the legal stipulations put on Morningland Dairy which are impossible to comply with they will no longer be able to produce their product.
The real crime they are being persecuted for is producing cheese with raw milk. Whether the state wants to admit it or not that is what their real charge is and that in itself is criminal.
This should be the shot heard ’round the rural world. What has been done to this family is a travesty of justice. Their livelihood has been destroyed. These are good people who ran an honest business. How much more tyranny will we tolerate before we tell the state, Enough!

If we would have had a strong Constitutionally minded Sheriff in Howell County Missouri this would never have been allowed to happen. Sheriff Mike Shannon, where were you? Why didn’t you return any calls or emails? Why did you send your deputies to assist in this theft? We would like some answers.

For more on Morningland you can do a simple search on the search engine of your choice or follow this link.

Here is a video made from that day of the Howell County Missouri Sheriff’s Department

Radioactive Container Truck Spewing Gamma Rays Into Traffic on I-270 in Saint Louis, Missouri

This is incredible, you can bet there’s a very good chance the driver has no idea how hot his truck is because he hasn’t been equipped with a radiation dosimeter to monitor LEAKS!! Just another example of corporate irresponsibility when it comes to respect for employee and public safety, so typical of the nuclear industry.  Now that you’ve seen this video, the next time you’re on the highway next to a semi with  a yellow “radioactive” sign to cautiously move past it as quickly as possible without endangering yourself or anyone else on the road.

This would be an insidious method for terrorists or genocidal globalist’s to radiate the public without drawing attention to the act, no one would even know because radiation is a silent killer. More below…

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We got stuck next to this truck during the 7pm July 1st holiday traffic on North bound I-270, after seeing the Radioactive warning placards we pulled out the Geiger Counter and Camera. Lesson learned, AVOID RADIOACTIVE TRUCKS!

The Geiger counter samples over a 30 second moving average, updated every 3 seconds. Notice how the reading on the Geiger Counter keeps moving upwards after we pass the truck; had we stayed next to the radioactive truck the readings would have went even higher.

Pray for the truck driver; the source of gamma rays appeared to be located almost directly behind the driver. One would think that these things would be much more heavily shielded, located further away from the driver, and that such materials would be transported when other people are not on the road.
The truck exited I-270 at Lilac Ave.

Thousands Fleeing in Advance of Spillway Opening

Thousands of people in parts of Louisiana are fleeting in anticipation of the opening of the Morganza spillway. The spillway will be opened as early as Saturday to avert a Mississippi River disaster in places like Baton Rouge and New Orleans. (May 13)
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Heavy Rains Keep Levee-Blast Plans on Track

Does anyone else question what proportion of these “heavy rains” were a direct result from all of the weather modification pounding the area the last few weeks, and just how long these blast plans been in place?

Mon, 02 May 2011 16:24 CDT

Joe Barrett
The Wallstreet Journal

Cape Girardeau, Missouri – Heavy rains overnight lifted the river level at Cairo, Ill., Monday morning to nearly a foot and a half beyond its 1937 record, as U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continued to pack a Missouri levee with explosives to prepare to activate an emergency floodway.

On Sunday, Justice Samuel Alito of the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request by Missouri to stop the Corps from blowing a two-mile-wide hole in a levee at Birds Point, Mo. The move would send a wall of water over 130,000 acres of prime farmland and the homes of about 200 people. Residents were ordered to evacuate last week.

Also Sunday, Army Corps engineers were ordered to begin pumping explosives into pipes inside the levee.

The Corps said sending water through the Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway for only the second time since 1937 would act as a relief valve, handling about a quarter of the Mississippi’s flow. The Corps said it would drop water levels at Cairo, at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, and other towns by three to four feet.

Monday afternoon, the Ohio River gauge at Cairo read 61.18 feet, nearly two feet higher than the record of 59.51 feet set in 1937. Before the storm, the river had been expected to crest in a few days at 60.5 feet, six inches below a 61-foot-level that had been the trigger point for activating the floodway in the Corps’ operating plan.

Maj. Gen. Michael Walsh, commander of the flood flight in the region, has said he’s monitoring river levels hourly and hadn’t made a final decision about blowing up the levee. But he has also noted that Cairo is facing numerous and one extremely large sand-boil – signs that water is seeping under the levee and carrying sand that could eventually undermine the levee walls there.

If the levee wall is breached at Cairo, the city of about 3,000 residents could be inundated with 18 to 20 feet of water, Illinois officials said.

The Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway measures 35 miles long by as much as 12 miles wide. The floodway is a mix of public and private lands with easements giving the government the right to let water pass through.

It is one of four floodways that the Corps has developed since the great flood of 1927 to minimize damage to people and property and maintain the integrity of the Mississippi River’s navigation system.

Gen. Walsh said Saturday that all four floodways might be needed to handle the volume of water coursing through the river system this spring as the crest makes its way downstream to the Gulf of Mexico.

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