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    Posted August 9, 2012 by
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    The Dancing Moon


    The Earth is in a wobble, and you can confirm it with the elongation of the moon. The moon looks elongated or double, which means the Earth is bobbing up and down, as a reaction to a magnetic attack from an external source. (Picture is herewith.)

    As consequences of this wobble, which is on a daily basis, we have extreme weather, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, sinkholes and earth hums.


    After midnight of August 7 (morning of August 8), we were fortunate to capture the image of the moon. Note that the moon's appearance has been erratic--like, it doesn't show up sometimes. When it does, its look and shape are weird.


    Our moon capture coincided with the calamitous floods in the Philippines, which were also replicated in China, the Koreas and Japan.


    With the daily earth wobble, the question is: Quo vadis humanity?

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