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Strange waves rippled around the world, and nobody knows why

This is the headline of a National Geographic article from November 28, 2018. You may recall this strange event being widely reported in the news (including my iPatriot article that was badly written, so I’m trying again).

The National Geographic article begins:

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On the morning of November 11, just before 9:30 UT, a mysterious rumble rolled around the world.

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The seismic waves began roughly 15 miles off the shores of Mayotte, a French island sandwiched between Africa and the northern tip of Madagascar. The waves buzzed across Africa, ringing sensors in Zambia, Kenya, and Ethiopia. They traversed vast oceans, humming across Chile, New Zealand, Canada, and even Hawaii nearly 11,000 miles away.

These waves didn’t just zip by; they rang for more than 20 minutes.

The above graphic shows the Mayotte waves vs. normal periodic seismic waves.

Actually, I think the Why of the waves is knowable. But to understand this event, you must know about an internet phenomenon known as QAnon, or just Q. National Geographic and the scientific community obviously do not.

Q is an anonymous US military intelligence team whose stated goal is restoration of the rule of law under the Constitution.

Q began posting cryptic, topical political information online in November of 2017. You can find a complete history of these posts at Qmap.pub.

Q seems to be engaged in some sort of 21st-century internet op that I don’t quite yet have my head around. You can never really tell if a Q post is an information or disinformation, or a combination thereof, until after the fact. Interpreting (deciphering) Q posts is a challenge.

It is known to modern psychology that intermittent reinforcement is more effective at producing repeat behavior than constant positive reinforcement. Thus Q’s disinformation may be both confusing opponents and building a loyal following.

Q signs his (I use “his” even though this operation is obviously not a single person) posts with the letter Q (the security clearance for access to top secret information in the Department of Energy), or with the number 17, as Q is the 17th letter of the alphabet. Q is an enigma.

Returning to the Mayotte waves, on down the page the National Geographic article continues:

However, there was no big earthquake kicking off the recent slow waves. Adding to the weirdness, Mayotte’s mystery waves are what scientists call monochromatic. Most earthquakes send out waves with a slew of different frequencies, but Mayotte’s signal was a clean zigzag dominated by one type of wave that took a steady 17 seconds to repeat.

The article goes on to quote Helen Robinson, a Ph.D. candidate in applied volcanology at the University of Glasgow, as saying of the waves: “They’re too nice; they’re too perfect to be nature,”
Did you catch it? 17-second intervals? The number 17 is Q’s signature; this event has Q written all over it!

Is this an illogical leap of logic? No. Indeed, I was drawn to investigate this event by Q post-2527 of 2 Dec 2018:

MAYOTTE MYSTERY WAVE DETECTED WORLDWIDE

I wondered why Q would be calling attention to this seemingly politically irrelevant event.

Investigating, I was stunned when I read of the seismic pulses occurring at 17-second intervals. 17-second intervals for over 20 minutes! Did Q do this?

The evidence says yes. It turns out that, months earlier, Q had posted predictions for November 11, faithfully reproduced below.

Q POST DATE POST

856 6 Mar 2018 US Military Parade Nov 11, 2018
A parade that will never be forgotten
1357 13 May 2018 Red Wave Coming &
Nov 11 Military Parade

Webster’s New World Dictionary lists one of the meanings of “parade” as “any organized procession or march, as for display”.

So here is an interpretation of this event in light of these Q posts.

The seismic waves were Q’s military parade – “an organized procession for display”.

Given today’s political jargon, the word Red in Red Wave in post-1357 was a synonym for Patriotic.
And if this was, in fact, a benign demonstration of Q’s power (a new seismic energy weapon? – we’re back to the Department of Energy), it will in time be “A parade that will never be forgotten”; just as the original atomic bomb test at White Sands NM is not forgotten.

All of this is simply beyond coincidence. And there is no alternative explanation. Q literally shook the world, at will, for over 20 minutes. Given Q’s avowed enmity to the Deep State, they may soon be in for a figurative earth shaking at the hands of Q. I hope so.

Returning to the term Red Wave, I cannot resist noting that the National Geographic article quotes Anthony Lomax, independent seismology consultant as saying “It’s like you have colored glasses and [are] just seeing red or something.”

As they say in the movies: You couldn’t make this stuff up.

The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author and are not not necessarily either shared or endorsed by iPatriot.com.

Brother Bob

Retired economics professor. Born again Christian. Now an OK country boy.

 

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