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The Coming Superflare

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Not a fan of Ed Dames, but I appreciate a good science thread. I just showed my husband Laura Knight-Jadcyk's account of Comet Biela as the cause of the Great Chicago Fire.

http://www.sott.net/article/148414-Comet-Biela-and-Mrs-O-Learys-Cow

It actually incinerated or melted many parts of the Midwest.

I also like Paul LaViolette's Superwave Predictions.

http://starburstfound.org/predictions-part-1/

These ideas are all variations of the same theme. 

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I warned about this on DJ that plasma arcing will strike the earth, and that I believed its
origin would be from the sun itself. Just as Mars was destroyed in the same manner by
Thunderbolts. Not sure if anyone remembers that? Wish I could bring that thread here
via way back machine!

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What would cause the sun to throw a superflare to earth?
What would cause all the planets in the solar system to heat up.

What is causing the spate of volcanoes, earthquakes, giant sinkholes in Russia?

A perturber, as it's called.

A large object, still hidden behind the sun and by NASA, which will become visible possibly in December.

Planet X, Nibiru, Wormwood, the Red Dragon in Chinese records and in race memory.

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Planet X, and they have hidden its arrival date, but its still a while off yet I think!

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