Thursday, December 10, 2009

PA official says U.S. won't counter proposal giving Temple Mount to Palestinians
'We will continue to build the land ... Judea and Samaria are our foundations!'

Mystery as spiral blue light display hovers above Norway...
Russians taking credit? ...
Nobel Peace Prize Fear: Norwegians Incensed Over Obama Snubs...
Mr Obama and wife went directly to the Norwegian Nobel Institute
Norwegians are incensed over what they view as his shabby response to the prize by cutting short his visit... The White House has cancelled many of the events peace prize laureates traditionally submit to...

Armed Norwegia police stand guard outside the hotel where Nobel Peace laureate Barack Obama was to be staying Wednesday Dec. 9, 2009 in Oslo, Norway. Obama was to receive the prize on Thursday in Oslo

Spinning Norgegian Lights Story Unspinning

On Tuesday evening, December 8th, CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC), located in Switzerland, “smashed together subatomic particles at the highest energies ever reached by a human-made accelerator” which were then ‘quantumly’ transferred to the massive Partial Reflection Medium-Frequency (MF) Atmospheric Radar Facility located in Ramfjordmoen, Norway, operated by European Incoherent Scatter Facility (EISCAT) radar and ionospheric heating scientists who, in turn, work under the supervision of the American High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) that many call one the largest ‘weapons of mass destruction’ ever constructed.

Now upon this ‘quantumly’ transferred high-energy beam being received in Ramfjordmoen, it was then ‘pulsed’ vertically into the upper atmosphere above Norway at 2.43 MHz by their MF Radar antennas which resulted in a ‘spiral’ light display described by Britain’s Daily Mail News Service as:

“A blue light seemed to soar up from behind a mountain in the north of the country. It stopped mid-air, then began to move in circles. Within seconds a giant spiral had covered the entire sky. Then a green-blue beam of light shot out from its centre - lasting for ten to 12 minutes before disappearing completely. Onlookers describing it as 'like a big fireball that went around, with a great light around it' and 'a shooting star that spun around and around'.”

Important to note is that this was not the first attempt to ‘attack’ the ‘heavens of the gods’, but the second. For on November 2nd, and in a prelude to their receiving the high-energy beam from CERN, the scientists at Ramfjordmoen fired their MF Radar into the upper atmosphere resulting in a partial ‘spiral’ light display described by Catelijne Brokke, a bus driver in Hammerfest, Norway, as: “It was big as a full moon, and became larger and larger as a kind of explosion. I've never seen anything like that before.”