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The Eclipse of ’24 – Good or Bad Omen?

April 9, 2024

  Since ancient times, eclipses and comets have been omens of good and bad events. The Babylonian priests saw the connection between geopolitical events on Earth and the movement of the stars in the heavens and gave birth to astrology. But they also could see the cycles in everything and were rather good at predicting […]

Science or Political Propaganda?

March 27, 2023

Politics has no place in science. I mentioned the publication Nature in my article on Fauci’s failed door to door vaccine campaign, and how it claimed that incentivizing vaccinations did not have negative consequences. I am already skeptical about most scientific studies since I always follow the money. A reader pointed out that Nature, like […]

Earthquakes in Turkey/Syria

February 9, 2023

The Double Earthquake that hit Turkey & Syria has been extraordinary. The first quake was a 7.8 magnitude sticking in southeastern Turkey and northwestern Syria early Monday morning local time. Then 9 hours later, a second quake, which recorded a magnitude of 7.5, struck hard. Both countries have witnessed the devastating aftermath as rescue workers on […]

Volcanoes & the Risk During Solar Minimum

January 17, 2020

COMMENT: Dear Marty, Thank you so much for warning all for what is coming ! Sorry to keep reflecting on details, you wrote :“The real issue is the threat of a VEI 6- 7 which could seriously alter the climate for a year or two resulting in a Volcanic Winter. The other risk is 5 […]

Is Climate Change Dispute the Same As the Fall of Rome?

January 15, 2020

Climate Change has become a fanatical religion because there is no proof and it rests entirely on belief. This is taking on the traits of the religious dispute which marked the fall of Rome – Pagans v Christianity. Like the Pagans, they immediately attack anyone who dares to disagree with them and they will not […]

Polar Shift – The Undefinable Risk?

January 14, 2020

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I am a new reader. I was recommended to look to your site when I was in a climate debate with a friend. They never tell us that the sun has a cycle which beats like your heart as you put it. I also never knew the north pole moved drastically. I […]

Taal Volcano Erupts in Philippines

January 13, 2020

COMMENT: Dear Martin, You might find this interesting. Today the Taal volcano in Luzon, Philippines, erupted in a violent way sending an ash plume as high as 16 km (55.000 ft). The last time this volcano erupted was in 1977. This is 43 years ago which equals to 5*8.6. The low solar activity seems to […]

Puerto Rico Earthquake

January 7, 2020

Many people have been writing in asking what does Socrates have to say on the earthquake that shook Puerto Rico. This was the first people have really felt since 1917. While such earthquakes may appear to be rare events, there is a general 19.29-year cycle on earthquakes in that general region of the Caribbean. Here […]

Pole Shifts & Climate Change

November 26, 2019

QUESTION: Good morning, Mr. Armstrong. Last week, you wrote about the north and south poles flipping. Has Socrates ever suggested that the earth could flip so that the north and south poles move to where the equator is now; that is, has the earth ever moved sideways? I live in Edmonton, Alberta and, at one […]

Correlated Earthquakes from Alaska to California July 3rd-5th, 2019

July 8, 2019

QUESTION: You warning that earthquakes were due in California with solar minimum seem to be right on target. Why won’t they just look at your correlations since this is not some opinion you pull out of thin air? FB ANSWER: A quake hit last Thursday on the 4th of July which was the largest earthquake […]

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