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Current Overview:

(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on rumors from several sources which may or may not be truthful or accurate.)

- Israel is attempting to start a war in the Middle East by attacking Iran's assets in Syria.

- Iran is furious but Russia and China are holding them back from retaliating.

- The Cabal are desperately attempting to ignite War World 3 to significantly delay the transition event.

- Nothing has been delayed as their attempts have been unsuccessful thanks to the Alliance.

- The signing of a peace treaty in the Korean Peninsula is underway which is a prerequisite to GESARA.

- The RV is the last on the list needed events, right before GESARA.

- We're at the end of that list.

- The RV remains set to begin at any moment.

- The status of RV exchange Tiers 1-2 is unknown.

- Tier 3 has not exchanged/redeemed. There are thousands of groups categorized under Tier 3.

- Once Tier 3 is done, the toll-free 800 numbers will be activated, released, and published which will begin Tier 4 exchanges/redemptions.

- All Tiers are expected to exchange/redeem within a time-span of 2 months once the RV begins.




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Saturday, April 16, 2016

Japan Earthquakes, Mystery Foam, Nuclear Reactors in Danger

Mystery foam fills the streets after earthquake strikes Japan

Megan Specia | Mashable
Apr 15, 2016

A strange sea of bubbles filled streets in a southern Japanese city in the early hours of Saturday morning, after an earthquake and several aftershocks rattled the south of the country.

In the Tenjin area of Fukuoka city, motorists and pedestrians made their way through the foamy mess after it spilled out onto the streets.

Some reported that an underground pipe burst, releasing the material, but little information was immediately available.

An earthquake rattled the area shortly before the foam appeared in the street, leading many to believe the weird white substance was linked to the quakes.

Caption: 天神が謎の泡?
(Romanized: Tenjin ga nazo no awa)
English: The Tenjin mystery bubbles

Kumamoto residents pick up the pieces following Kyushu’s strongest quake
by Daisuke Kikuchi, Staff Writer 

Japan Times
Apr 15, 2016

Caption: Roof tiles that fell from a house in Mashiki, Kumamoto Prefecture, are seen on Friday morning. The area was severely hit by a magnitude-6.5 quake Thursday night. | KYODO

MASHIKI, KUMAMOTO PREF. – The toll from the high-intensity earthquake in Kumamoto stood at nine dead and over 1,000 injured Friday as rescue crews scrambled to search the debris for survivors.

The shallow, magnitude-6.5 quake toppled houses and buckled roads in and around the prefectural capital on Thursday night in what was Kyushu’s first level 7 temblor on the seven-tier Japanese seismic intensity scale.

“It was just like the Great Hanshin Earthquake or the Great East Japan Earthquake. I never thought I would experience that here,” mother-of-one Akiko Hakata told The Japan Times. “I hunched over my son to protect him.”

Most of the victims were in the town of Mashiki, on the capital’s eastern fringe. But heavy damage was incurred elsewhere, including at historic Kumamoto Castle.

The quake struck at 9:26 p.m. at a depth of just 11 km under Mashiki, the Meteorological Agency said, prompting tens of thousands of residents from there and elsewhere to take refuge at public shelters for the night.

Rash of problems prompts fears that Japan’s reactor restarts have been too hasty

The Japan Times
Mar 1, 2016

In the wake of problems with restarted reactors, concerns have grown that nuclear authorities and power suppliers have been too hasty in putting the idled units back into operation.

Reactors 1 and 2 at the Sendai plant operated by Kyushu Electric Power Co. in Kagoshima Prefecture were reactivated last year.

The Sendai reactor 1 had a problem with equipment that caused a seawater leak from a cooling system before shifting to commercial operation mode.

Experts say reactors are prone to problems after being idled for years.

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