Odd pulses from Antarctica detected hitting Hawaii hurricane and Japan typhoon
In a video from weather watcher and researcher MrMBB333, one of the best ones I’ve personally ever seen, some strange anomalies were captured. They seem to come from Antarctica, and straightforward strike two of the worst storms on the planet at this moment, near Japan and near Hawaii, like pulses of electromagnetic energy.
On the radar in which you can see the ebb and flow of particles and waves on Earth, the researcher captured two strange anomalies that seem to indicate some kind of energy beaming through the two storm systems, in different parts of the Pacific Ocean.
For Hurricane Hector which is currently headed for Hawaii, this odd blast of energy that apparently came from Antarctica was captured (that is, unless it’s some fluke of the radar or natural thing that happens with magnetism and hurricanes).
A little background information about Hurricane Hector can be taken from Yahoo:
“A tropical storm warning has been issued for the Big Island of Hawaii as Hurricane Hector bears down on the state.
Hurricane Hector is now a Category 4 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 130 mph and gusts up to 160 mph.
It looks like Hector will continue to slowly weaken as we head through the next 24 to 48 hours as it approaches the Big Island.”
For Typhoon Shanshan, currently headed for Japan, this unusual spike of energy was detected on the radar in the same period of time, also coming from Antarctica.
This hurricane was described by AFP:
“A powerful typhoon was churning towards Japan on Wednesday, prompting the weather agency to warn of heavy rain and strong winds and forcing airlines to cancel scores of flights.
Typhoon Shanshan was expected to move along the Pacific coastline just east of Tokyo Wednesday night through early Thursday, sparking fears the busy morning commute in the capital could be disrupted.”
People who are familiar with the theories of geoengineering, or weather modification, may have an idea of exactly what this is. But for people who haven’t heard, this is what it looks like to us.
“HAARP,” popularized by the well written book “Angels Don’t Play this HAARP: Advances in Tesla Technology,” is a facility in Alaska that is said to now be largely inactive, but it’s a prime example of what a facility to aid in weather modification is. HAARP blasted waves of energy through the atmosphere.