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one million dead fish –Proof of Haarp?

first the dead fish and the dead birds, then the earthquakes and the tsunamis—


  1. Geologist discusses California’s possible next earthquake due to dead fish off Cali coast this week. Sly Fox news:
    Millions of dead fish off California coast this week (article)
    I just heard about the dead fish off Cali coast tonight. Hell, what’s next?
    Prayer & Meditation!!

  2. prairiegirl66 says:

    Roseanne, do you really believe in the HAARP stuff.. I’ve just heard about it and am wondering how much to believe..recently becoming more interested in “conspiracy” theories, the world is not as it seems I feel (woke up after 9/11 & Iraq).

  3. Tippy -Lite says:

    another good link….just posted three more like it including the one you posted.

  4. Tippy -Lite says:

    Good link.
    I’ve had lunch with Jordon. He is a wonderful and difficult man.
    It’s a wild ride, aint it?

  5. the japanese had to hand over their entire financial system to american and european oligarch. they were told an “earthquake weapon” would be employed if they did not comply.
    here’s video from 6 months ago stating this – well before the march 11 (surprise, surprise) earthquake:
    please note i do not endorse this guy at all – no clue who he is, nor do i care, and the retarded male ego that permeates the “conspiracy” wing is almost too annoying to tolerate on any level, but, nonetheless, a couple minutes of info you may want to know about.

  6. You don’t even need a fishing rod!

  7. Their Asian Carp and actually suppose to do that but just new to this area strangely. The video is really cool to watch though, my grandchildren got a kick out of it. Especially the few times that Mark gets hit by some of them landing in the boat. LOL! The video went viral across the web a few months ago though, I believe.

  8. Far out! What’s up with that?

  9. We had that in my area several months ago, I believe they blamed it on pollution—-the fish around here are rather weird though because they’ll literally jump out of the water and kill themselves. Here’s a video that my neighbor captured where their doing it by the hundreds.

  10. There was a massive fish kill in my area as well (PA). The “experts” claimed it was because of the cold weather also. I think it has everything to do with the natural gas industry’s poisons.

  11. The HAARP thing is terrifying. If all of this bad shit has been caused by our government we are royally fucked. Just like the dropping of the first atom bomb, our government has manage to destroy life as we know it.
    Roseanne I believe your words.

  12. lamestream media likes to keep reminding us that this psycopathic disaster is going to plunge japan’s economy – like trying hard to ingrain that during a third nuclear explosion. it’s sickening, and it, combined with other facts, makes me quite suspicious.

  13. Miss Eileen says:

    I used to be a major skeptic on this Haarp stuff? Although I am not 100% convinced I have to say these blogs about Haarp that Rosanne has been posting recently have me leaning more towards becoming a non-skeptic.
    Cover-up in Japan over nuclear reactors leaks?

  14. Ask Dr. Nick Begich, he wrote a book about it. His brother is a US Senator from Alaska. Their father, who was a US Congressman, was killed in a plane crash.

  15. That’s not crazy thinking, crazy thinking is thinking the definition of a nursing home is a place where nurses live!

  16. Yes. It’s helping my friends FINALLY believe. Now i’m not the crazy conspiracy friend. More and more of my friends and family are being open to “out of the lines” ideas. 2011 is a year of revelings no doubt. -mai

  17. And all of that’s not even to mention the solar flares that even NASA has issued a warning on that’s suppose to happen next year that has more strength then any in thousands of years and quite possibly the strength to knockout the power grid for most of the United States.

  18. dashus christ says:

    IT Is The Women who Can and Will Turn The Tides

  19. There was a MASSIVE fish kill here on the Chesapeake Bay in January but it occurred AFTER the other kills and barely anyone ever heard about it. They said it was due to the Bay’s cold temperature. BULLSHIT. When the water gets cold, they go to deep parts of the Bay or swim to warmer waters. I have lived here all my life and during the blizzards of 2010 and 1996 parts of the Bay were frozen solid and no fishkills. Something happened around that time of the year around the entire country, not just in Arkansas. There’s definitely something to all of this.

  20. I’m just stating it in relevance to what, even Roseanne, has already said. Atlantis being found (she blogged about yesterday, he predicted decades ago), birds dropping dead from the sky’s, fish washing ashore, the disasters in Japan—it seems to go past fantasy when predictions start coming true and leads to the ultimate finale of that.

  21. We don’t need the fantasies and suppositions of edgar cayce. We have enough facts to make our points.

  22. hello, break your programs after reading the above and know this–2011 is the year to nullify all vows to the patriarchal death machine. women can do more than shift the poles, we can turn the tides and now we must do so.

  23. Back in 1934, the Kentucky-born “sleeping prophett” Edgar Cayce, whom his followers believe could place his mind in contact with the entirety of time and space while unconscious, awoke from one of his self-induced trances to describe a startling, horrific future vision.
    “The earth will be broken up in the western portion of America,” Cayce forecast. “The greater portion of Japan must go into the sea. The upper portion of Europe will be changed as in the twinkling of an eye. Land will appear off the east coast of America. There will be the upheavals in the Arctic and in the Antarctic that will make for the eruption of volcanoes in the torrid areas, and there will be the shifting then of the poles — so that where there has been those of a frigid or the semi-tropical will become the more tropical, and moss and fern will grow.” In subsequent visions, Cayce predicted that the pole-shifting cataclysm would destroy the cities of New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and that the process would begin in 2000 or 2001.
    Skeptics, of course, question Cayce’s powers — as magician and paranormal researcher James Randi’s “An Encyclopedia of Claims, Frauds, and Hoaxes of the Occult and Supernatural” notes, the slumbering oracle also famously predicted that the mythical lost continent of Atlantis would rise again from the sea in 1968 or 1969. Nevertheless, Cayce’s notion of a 21st-Century pole-shifting disaster has persisted. Not only that, but it seems to have coalesced in the hive mind of pop-culture apocalyptic enthusiasts with other signs — ranging from the end of an ancient Maya calendar cycle to the cryptic verse of 16th Century French apothecary Nostradamus — to confirm the suspicion that the world as we know it will end in 2012.
    But what may make Cayce’s vision of a cataclysmic pole shift even more alluring is that it evokes — albeit, in hyperbolic fashion — a genuine geophysical controversy. Since at least the mid 19th century, a succession of scientific thinkers have raised the possibility that the Earth’s mantle and crust might sometimes slip dramatically, which could leave a place like New York much closer to the North Pole than usual. Such a phenomenon, which scientists call true polar wander, has the potential to shift the Earth’s face so radically that once-frigid Alaska could sit at the sweltering equator. The pole-shift hypothesis was popularized in the late 1950s by historian Charles Hapgood whose 1958 book on the subject, The Earth’s Shifting Crust, featured a forward by Albert Einstein.
    This is why everything is happening, because of the polar shift and the end of days that has been predicted for thousands of years to happen next year by even a group of people, Mayans, who were never wrong with anything they’ve predicated.