[UPDATE 1856 CDT: I filled my car with gas tonight, and the mileage numbers were 33.3! Another synchronicity!!]
The day after I left Serpent Mound (ceremony(also see video) was on 9-27-13, at 3:33 PM), on 9-28-13, I received an email (from Beverly) with anews article about some meteor and/or fireball that showed up the night of 9-27. And it was right over Columbus, and near the Serpent Mound.
Here’s the article Beverly sent (atSpaceWeather.com):
On Sept. 27th, a meteor exploded in the skies above the US midwest.Witnesses report shadows cast upon the ground, unusual sounds, and a swirling contrail marking the aftermath of the blast. “It was the most brilliant fireball that I have ever seen!” reports Angela McClain, who sends this picture [above, left] from Faith Ranch in Jewett, Ohio:
“The entire landscape lit up,” she continues. “I spun around and there it was, a huge, bright green light, streaking across the sky. Even when it was gone, there was still a bright line in the sky about 20 seconds later. We were all stunned.”
“This was a very bright event,” says Bill Cooke of NASA’s MeteoroidEnvironment Office. “Flares saturated our meteor cameras, and made determination of the end point (the terminus of the fireball’s flight through the atmosphere) virtually impossible. Judging from the brightness, we are dealing with a meter class object.”
Data from multiple cameras shows that the meteoroid hit Earth’s atmosphere traveling 51 km/s (114,000 mph) and passed almost directly over Columbus, Ohio. Cooke has prepared a preliminary map of the ground track. According to the American Meteor Society, the fireball was visible from at least 14 US states.
Now here is a YouTube video of this event, captured by the NASA all-sky camera in Hiram, Ohio.
And another, taken from Greenwood, Indiana.
A few notes here.
- My arrival to Columbus was preceded by reports of an explosion (see this prior post).Central Ohio TV10 posted three articles: Columbus Police HQ evacuated after explosion, Columbus police HQ evacuated after emergency call, and Bomb Squad Returns To Columbus Police Headquarters Morning After Explosion.
- The Serpent Mound ceremony (also see video) was performed at 3:33 PM.
- Prior to deciding if and when I should go there, I iPhone-map-checked it. The direct distance measurement I saw was “333 miles” (the driving mileage was “345 miles”).
Now look at the photo below, taken from the NASA all-sky camera video:
Check the time of the video (lower left corner)… 3:33 UTC (and a few seconds).
The synchronicity of these numbers, to me, present a powerful indication that this fireball event was a direct result of the ceremony we performed at Serpent Mound (or, at least, a strong coordinated alignment of events).
Whatever it was, the synchronicity was amazing.
Here’s an excerpt from another article sent to me by Rebecca:
“…Ohioans were dazzled by a bright flash of blue light in the night sky on September 27, 2013, in southern Ohio around 11:30 p.m., eastern standard time…
“…A neighbor said the meteor crossed over the city and hit near the Locust Grove Cemetery just four miles from the Great Serpent Effigy Mound. In recent years, a crop circle appeared overnight in an adjacent field from the Serpent Mound grounds and thousands of years agoit was the sight of a major meteorite that caused a huge crater.”
All the more amazing, in my mind.
There is no doubt that “millions” (whatever number it happens to be) of Native Ancestrals were freed to continue their journey, by this ceremony.
And I’m quite certain that the “Partners of Contrast” (aka, “the Cabal”) were exploding all over the place when they learned we were coming (recall that this article mentioned that not only “Columbus Police”, but even “Homeland Security” were called in).
Thanks to all involved with this mission to Serpent Mound. A special thanks to my teeth, which flared up in Park Rapids, MN, which prompted Dr. Penny (of Columbus, and only an hour or so from Serpent Mound) to email me with an offer for tooth adjustment services, and, of course, to Dr. Penny herself, who worked on me dentally, and was, in her own way, an important part of this mission.