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Mystery Force Shakes Hawaii Island 2012

A noisy, unexplained shaking in the Puna area of Hawaii Island remains a mystery at this time, but it certainly has the area talking. A number of people in a triangular area between Seaview Estates, Leilani Estates, and Black Sand Beach Subdivision report hearing a thunder-like sound, or an explosion, and feeling the ground shake around 9 am on Wednesday. John Drummond, the acting administrator of the Hawaii County Civil Defense, says that the incident cannot be explained at this point in time. Drummond says that he spoke to operators of Puna Geothermal Venture, the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, and personnel on the ground… no one has an explanation. One theory being considered is some sort of sonic boom, although who or what could have produced such an effect is presently unknown. UFO: Mysterious Signal Knocks Out Power In Arvada 2011 www.youtube.com UFO Explodes Over South Carolina? 2012 www.youtube.com Mystery Rumbling Shakes Vancouver Island www.youtube.com Strange Noises Reported Around North Battleford 2012 www.youtube.com UFO Emits Terrifying Sound? 2012 www.youtube.com ADG Facebook: www.facebook.com Follow ADG on Twitter: twitter.com

DAVID ICKE – ROTHSCHILD ZIONISM. 1/2

Rothschild Zionists Threaten Organiser of David Icke Events in Hawaii With ‘Consequences’ If He Doesn’t Cancel www.davidicke.com www.davidicke.com www.davidicke.com www.infomaticfilms.com

SKYVIEWS IMPOSSIBLE BINARY STARS DISCOVERED

CLOUDCAM TIME LAPSE SUNSET TO SUNRISE JULY 5-6, 2012 July 5 At a distance of just 11 light-years, 61 Cygni is one of our closest stellar neighbors. And it consists of two stars, not one. Even so, it is just barely visible to the unaided eye — a faint dot not far from the graceful outline of Cygnus, the swan. July 6 The planet Venus, the “morning star, is fairly low in the east at first light. The slightly fainter planet Jupiter is above it. The true star Aldebaran, the orange “eye” of Taurus, the bull, is a bit below Venus. It doesn’t look as impressive as the two planets, but that’s only because of its great distance. Mercury hangs above the western horizon after the Sun sets in early July, and Mars, Saturn, and Virgo’s brightest star, Spica, pop into view. Mercury hangs above the western horizon after the Sun sets in early July. As the innermost planet sinks and the sky darkens, Mars, Saturn, and Virgo’s brightest star, Spica, pop into view. A waxing crescent Moon joins this trio of bright objects a week before the month ends. The morning sky displays a pair of planets that appears even more spectacular. Both Venus and Jupiter shine brilliantly before dawn near the impressive Pleiades and Hyades star clusters. ‘Impossible’ Binary Stars Discovered A team of astronomers have used the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) on Hawaii to discover four pairs of stars that orbit each other in less than 4 hours. Until now it was thought that such close-in binary stars could