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Fukushima Sixth Anniversary and the conflicting Information surrounding It

Tomorrow is going to be sixth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan that lead to the nuclear disaster in Fukushima. I already wrote about this two months ago and questioned what we are being told about radiation.


Conflicting Information

The information we’ve received about Fukushima is fairly conflicting in my opinion. The Dai-ichi plant is supposedly still leaking radiation and has been doing so for five years, yet we haven’t seen any grand scale environmental disaster or health problems due to it. Certainly the Japanese government and media suppressed some information relating to Fukushima, and there have been reports of health issues in some Japanese people, mutated vegetables and other alarming, yet not obviously disastrous issues. When the Fukushima disaster occurred, I was expecting tons of obvious health issues, mutations and whatnot to occur in Japan. Something so drastic that it cannot be covered up. Yet life in most parts of Japan goes on as normal.

In my opinion there is a great deal we are not being told. Either about Fukushima itself or about nuclear power. Just last month Fox News reported that the radiation level are at “unimaginable” levels, and the “highest they’ve been since 2011 when a tsunami hit the coastal reactor”. I’ve been seeing reports like this every now and then since 2011. It seems to me that either the reports are wrong, or that radiation isn’t as harmful as we’ve been lead to believe. There have also been several claims over the years that Tokyo should not be inhabited anymore or that it will become uninhabited in X years.

On the other hand, plenty of main stream media outlets are saying that radiation from Fukushima is not a big deal.

I don’t know what is going on, except that the information we are getting is contradictory. Therefore I will propose a few different possibilities for what is going on. Some of them are more fringe than others.


Theories on what is going on

One possibility is as I suggested in my previous article, “How do we know that Radioactivity is actually harmful?”, that maybe radiation really is not as harmful as they claim. It might even have beneficial qualities to it. I should remind of the late nuclear engineer, Galen Winsor, who claimed that uranium is not harmful. He even ate some of it in front of a video camera. Maybe he was lying, maybe he was a fraud but he seems credible to me, and suggest seeing some of his videos on Youtube.

Another possibility on Fukushima is that maybe Tepco actually managed to clean up most of the damage caused by the nuclear accident, and the reports in the media that claim the reactor is still leaking are disinformation to cause fear or for other reasons. Alternatively, maybe someone or something else had cleaned site. Perhaps nature has an effective method of diluting the harmful effects of nuclear waste and radiation. Or maybe it was friendly aliens. I don’t find this a credible possibility, but it is still a possibility.

Then again, maybe all we’ve been told about nuclear power is a lie. Maybe they never even split the atom, and atom bombs and nuclear power plants use a different kind of technology that we haven’t been told of. I recall reading about a conspiracy theory on the internet long time ago that claims atom bombs are a hoax. It has resurfaced recently. Even back then I thought the claim is so far off I don’t think anyone would make it up just for the purposes of disinformation. It probably has some truth to it. If this is true, then nuclear power plants probably produce electricity through a method other than nuclear fission.



I don’t know what is going on with Fukushima and nuclear power in general, but if it is not as bad as it seems, it’s good news. Maybe Japan’s environment wasn’t as devastated as I and many others thought by the disaster. The effects of radiation could be more subtle, though, and only manifest in a very obvious way only after years. However, it seems to me we are not getting the whole story. On one side the media is saying, it’s nothing, don’t worry about it, and on the other they are saying that it’s still leaking and the radiation levels are getting worse.




‘Fukushima catastrophe ongoing: Leakage on a daily basis’:

Revenge of the mutant vegetables? Pictures of crops ‘deformed by fall-out of Fukushima nuclear disaster’ sweep Asia. . . but is it all just a hoax?:

Witness the nuclear fear scam. Scientist eats uranium.:

Radiation at Japan’s Fukushima Reactor Is Now at ‘Unimaginable’ Levels:

Fukushima Radiation Has Contaminated The Entire Pacific Ocean (And It’s Going To Get Worse):

Should we be worried about Fukushima radiation?:

‘Fukushima ‘safe’ for Tokyo 2020′:

How do we know that Radioactivity is actually harmful?:

Purple and Indigo Wandering Jews

I was thinking what if any connection there is between the Jews and Phoenicians. The colour purple supposedly originates from the Phoenicians so I put “purple Jews” into Google. The first result I got was an article titled: “Growing Wandering Jew Plants – How To Grow Wandering Jew Plants”. Apparently there is a purple plant called wandering jew.

On the gardening website I saw a related article titled “Killing Wandering Jew… Plants: How to Get Rid of Wandering Jew Weeds In The Garden”. I added the three dots. I’m surprised the ADL hasn’t deemed these weeds anti-Semitic.

Apparently there are at least two kinds of wandering jew plants, weeds and “good jews”. The “good jew” is Tradescantia pallida, a purple plant, whereas the weed is Tradescantia fluminensis, a White plant. I guess that answers the question are Jews White? Looks Purple to me.



Let’s not get side-tracked to botany any longer. I was supposed to discuss Jews and the colour purple. The Phoenicians got their purple dye from sea snails. This is called Tyrian purple. A Wikipedia article on Jewish symbolism says that Israelites used to have an indigo or purple-blue dye called “tekhelet”. This is derived from a sea snail called Hexaplex trunculus. This dye appears to have been similar yet different to the Tyrian purple. That dye was derived from the sea slug Murex brandaris (currently named Bolinus brandaris). Interestingly the Wikipedia article on Hexaplex trunculus decribes “tekhelet” as purple-blue, and Tyrian purple as purple-red. They are both different hues of purple apparently.

While this does not prove any indisputable connection between Jews and the Phoenicians, it appears they had a similar technique of obtaining purplish dye from sea snails. Whether it actually means anything, I do not know. The Wikipedia article on Tyrian purple mentions one interesting fact:

“Recent research in organic electronics has shown that Tyrian purple is an ambipolar organic semiconductor. Transistors and circuits based on this material can be produced from sublimed thin-films of the dye. The good semiconducting properties of the dye originate from strong intermolecular hydrogen bonding that reinforces pi stacking necessary for transport.”

This sounds like it might be significant. However, I don’t know what an “ambipolar organic semiconductor”, and what people in classical times would have done with such substances. Did the ancient Phoenicians make transistors and circuits with their dye?



Growing Wandering Jew Plants – How To Grow Wandering Jew Plants:

Killing Wandering Jew Plants: How To Get Rid Of Wandering Jew Weeds In The Garden:

Tyrian purple:

Jewish symbolism:

Hexaplex trunculus:

Bolinus brandaris:

A Reminder that NASA has provided no proof of Exo-Planets on Trappist-1

As usual NASA has only provided CGI images of the Trappist-1 system. There are no photos. There are only artist’s renditions. Maybe I’m just a simple country boy, but I thought in science you have to prove your claims. I guess NASA has no need for that.

The NASA website has these pictures.


Looks pretty, yet has little actual significance. Besides this picture shows water. Have they found it on one of the new exoplanets?



Not a photo.


Caption on NASA website: “This poster imagines what a trip to TRAPPIST-1e might be like.”

This is perfect. It encapsulates all that NASA is. This is science fiction. Assuming that this planet even exists, maybe NASA should put a man on the moon or on Mars before they start hyping up this solar system that is 40 light-years away that they just allegedly discovered. They sell you fantasies like Hollywood and advertisement companies.

BTW, last night I was playing around with my own telescope and took a picture of a space ship, and a new alien planet with life on it.




If you doubt me, you’re a crazy conspiracy theorist. I’ve provided as much evidence as NASA did.

The newly discovered star system was named after the Trappist telescope that is situated in Chile, but operated from Belgium. Here’s a picture of it.


At least I believe this telescope exists. It sounds weird to me though that the telescope is in Chile, but they control it from Belgium. Wouldn’t it be simpler just to have a team in Chile controlling it? Or perhaps it is easier feed the scientists false data if they aren’t looking through it with their own eyes?

The sevel planets around Trappist-1 were supposedly detected with Spitzer Space Telescope, i.e. a telescope that is floating out in space. I’m doubtful that this telescope exists. The Wikipedia page for it shows the alleged telescope under a tarp, and it looks unfinished.



I also found several pictures of it being assembled, but no actual photos of the finished product.








Wikipedia has an artist rendering of it, and I found several similar ones on Google. I understand that if the telescope is actually out in space it’s not easy to take pictures of it, yet I’ve yet to see any pictures taken of it prior launching it to space. Taking into account the fact that NASA admits they cannot go beyond low earth orbit, I’m inclined to believe they didn’t send that thing into space. The pictures showing the telescope being assembled were probably made in benefit to gullible NASA employees who really believe NASA sends stuff out into space. “I saw them assemble the telescope. It’s real.”



I think it’s time to people to admit to themselves NASA has no credibility. Or if you still believe their claims, please do challenge me. Try to prove me wrong, and provide actual evidence of these exoplanets. NASA’s purpose is to create appealing images in the minds of people, like Eddie Bernays did back in the day by having the beautiful models smoke “liberty torches” so women would start smoking, or De Beers making people associate diamonds with romance.



NASA’s Spitzer Reveals Largest Batch of Earth-Size, Habitable-Zone Planets Around a Single Star:

NASA Telescope Reveals Largest Batch of Earth-Size, Habitable-Zone Planets Around Single Star:

Spitzer Space Telescope:

NASA Can’t Go Beyond Low Earth Orbit:

Diamonds Are A Brand’s Best Friend: The Evolution Of De Beers:

My previous article on this:

How do we know that Radioactivity is actually harmful?

It’s almost f̶i̶v̶e̶  six years since the earthquake-tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear accident in Japan, and I’ve been wondering about nuclear power and radioactive radiation that is allegedly very harmful to us. Suddenly I had flash of insight, I should go back to the beginning, Pierre and Marie Curie and their discovery, radium.

Death of the Curies

I had always thought that they discovered radium, and died soon after of radiation poisoning. I think that’s because of what they said on The Simpsons once. However, according to Wikipedia, they did not die of radiation poisoning. Pierre Curie died by slipping and falling under a horse-drawn cart. A wheel ran over his head and he died. This was in 1906. Marie Curie died in 1934, almost thirty years later, from aplastic anemia, which is some sort of rare bone marrow disease. The disease was “believed” to have been contracted from long-term exposure to radiation.

Wikipedia does mention that both Curies had had radium burns, and that “[h]ad Pierre Curie not been killed as he was, it is likely that he would have eventually died of the effects of radiation”. I find this claim questionable, since his wife managed to live a long time after prolong exposure with radiation. Her health may have been adversely affected by radiation, but all things considering she managed to withstand its effects fairly well.

I find Pierre Curie’s death suspicious. He died in a traffic accident, allegedly. Or perhaps he was silenced. The section in Wikipedia on the death Marie has a curious comment as well: “Because of their levels of radioactive contamination, her papers from the 1890s are considered too dangerous to handle. Even her cookbook is highly radioactive.” Sure, all of this might be factual, then again perhaps the books contain information The Powers That Be don’t want us knowing.

Is Radioactivity really Toxic?

We’ve all been indoctrinated since children to be wary of radioactive substances. We recognize the logo and the green glow that is synonymous with a toxic that can kill us by its mere presence.


Yet hardly anyone of us has actually seen radium, plutonium or any of these substances ourselves, and never will since access to them is highly restricted. And if they are as toxic as we are told, I’m fine with that, but how do we know we’ve been told the truth? It may sound like a silly notion to even suggest that radioactive substances aren’t harmful to humans, but take a step back. How do you know? You’ve just been told they are.

Those who have been paying attention already know we’ve been lied about countless things ranging from the Moon Landing, 9/11, the shape of the earth, the Holocaust, and even the notion of our origin, that there is no divine design anywhere involved in the creation of us and the world. Compared to these lies, the nature of radioactive substances doesn’t sound like such a big one.

There was a man, Galen Winsor, who was involved in building lots of nuclear power plants in America, but later he started holding lectures telling people that plutonium is not toxic. Maybe he was crazy, maybe he was lying, or maybe he was telling the truth.

Looking into the Curies and radium I found out that there used to be some sort of medical industry in the late 19th century and early 20th century using therapy based on radioactive substances, including radium. Wikipedia calls this quackery.


Maybe these things were mere snake oil, or even harmful quackery, or maybe they actually worked and the medical establishment of the day felt threatened by a medicine that actually works. I just want to point out that there was an alternative narrative to radioactivity back in the day.

Modern science, according to the almighty Wikipedia, has no use for radium except in nuclear medicine, which is some method of scanning the human body, similar yet different to X-ray.


These are just suggestions and observations that I discussed here regarding radiation. I am not stating it as absolute fact that radioactive radiation, or radium or plutonium are harmless to people. I am not advising anyone to get into contact with them. Still I do think there is some sort of cover-up regarding radium and other similar subtances. It may not be that they are actually good for health instead of being toxic, but something else.

Even if I’m wrong about this, I still do think it is prudent to question everything. And I do mean everything. Even simple facts like “everyone knows radioactivity is bad for you”.


Pierre Curie:

Marie Curie:

Nuclear Hoax – Nukes Do Not Exist! (with Galen Winsor):

Quackery involving radioactive substances:

Radioactive Quack Cures:


The Economist’s 2017 Tarot cover, Part 1

A few days ago the latest cover of the Economist was released. Whenever it happens conspiracy nuts like myself try to analyze what it means. This time the magazine cover is different than usual. Instead of having loads of people standing there, they use Tarot-cards.

Here is the cover:



I will analyze the first four cards of the picture here, and focus on the four latter cards at a later date.

I had a look of what Rachel Pollack’s Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom has to say each of the Tarot-cards presented on the cover.



The Tower represents upheaval. It may look like an outside force strikes the tower, but it is actually derived from psychological principles. They often result from “neglected and mishandled situations”. One example given by Pollack for the Tower is friends turning against you.

Although those who experience the events of the tower will suffer, it can have positive results such as death of the ego and replacing material comfort for something more important.

How about the Economist’s version of the card? Outside the tower are two groups, Communists and Christians who seem to be demonstrating or opposing the tower somehow. On the tower is also a cross and on the door is a memo. Lightning strikes the tower, and lightning, especially in the shape as shown on the card, is associated with Satanism.

It may seem contradictory at first that Communists and Christians seem to be on the same side against the tower which also bears the cross, but looking at the memo suggests that it represents the Protestants, whereas the Christians behind the tower are probably Catholics as the cross seems like it has a crucified figure on it. Martin Luther hammered his manifesto or “95 Theses” on the door of a chapel, which symbolises the Protestant Reformation. Co-incidentally this event took place in 1517, so next year heralds the 500th anniversary of the event.

I cannot say which sect of Christianity is the correct one, but I can say that the Catholic church as it is today headed by pope Francis, who is a Luciferian New World Order Jesuit, is not a force for good. If the Protestants are their enemies, I cannot help but think they are doing something right. So possibly starting from next year, the far-left and Catholics will start persecuting other Christians. Alternatively it may mean that Christians who are against the New World Order will realize how Satanic the world has become and start activating to fight against the system. Interestingly Donald Trump said in a speech, at a Catholic event that he and Hillary Clinton attended before the election took place, for the need to “stand up to anti-Catholic bias”. Perhaps the aspect of the Tower Tarot with friends turning against you refers to Trump turning against his supporters?



The next card is Judgement with Trump sitting on the world with a sphere and scepter in his hands. Perhaps it is an attempt to deify Donald Trump as the Bible quotes God saying: “Heaven is my throne, and the earth is my footstool.”

Rachel Pollack describes the card as relating to eternal truth that frees us from all illusion and fear. Judgement also represents a new existence which is a mystery that we do not quite understand before we experience it. The card implies that the “reality of life has changed”.

I certainly agree that some sort of change has occurred and that we don’t know what will happen before it happens, as most people, myself included, did not believe that Trump would win the election. Whether Trump actually turns out to be the righteous king everyone who supported him was hoping he would be remains to be seen. All I can say is that we should free ourselves of illusion and fear and look at Trump objectively, especially if he starts to renege on his promises.

The card is slightly tilted to the left. I do not know if this means something. The American flag on the world seems to obscure Europe entirely. Possibly it means that this is how things have been for a long time, as the US has been telling the EU what to do, or perhaps Trump’s policies will outshine Europe.


The World

Pollack’s explanation on the card is freedom and rapture beyond words. Unconscious known unconsciously. The constant ecstatic dance of being. All very positive things, yet looking at the Economist card does not fill me with optimism. It looks like an interconnected New World Order network. There’s even a pyramid along with two banks? The red and black book looks like an account book, then there’s a painting and the two faces of tregedy and comedy. Is this an assertion of how the global network controls economy, culture and even our emotions?

According to Rachel Pollack the Rider-Waite version of the World has a woman dancing in it, and associates it with the hermaphroditic Shiva. All I see from the Economist’s card is the New World Order getting stronger.


The Hermit

Next is the Hermit. Pollack explains that the Hermit goes in two directions, inner and outer. It represents withdrawing from the world to begin the process of activating one’s unconscious, but also represents a teacher to guide others on their way.

On the Economist card the hermit is standing high up on a hill whereas the masses are marching against the TTIP trade pact. I am not sure whether this means that the hermit is guiding the masses with his light, or that he is far away from the masses and trying to seek a more spiritual path. There is also a globe with north America visible. There’s lightning-shaped crack in north-east America. I am not sure whether this symbolizes the social and political upheaval or is a clue of an upcoming earthquake or similar natural disaster.

Perhaps the masses are truly waking up, or perhaps they are as clueless as ever. Maybe fighting against the New World Order on the political level is pointless and you can only see the truth by retreating from society.


This is all for now. It’s taken me long enough to write this, and if I try to push until I write about all of them, I’d do a half-assed job. I’ll try to get to the four other cards tomorrow.



Trump: Statement on Standing up against Anti-Catholic Bias :

Rainbows and the Firmament

I’ve discussed previously the possibility that the earth may have dome-like Firmament over it as is described in the Bible and other ancient myths. The other day I saw a rainbow and figured whether its existence is evidence of a glass-like dome over our world.

A light that shines through a prism can create the colours of a rainbow, and a thick enough piece of glass can act as a prism. This can happen also accidentally if a glass door or other glass structure is hit by a beam of light. How about the rainbow then? Could it be created through a similar process? Is there glass in the sky?


The difference between a rainbow and a light shone though glass is that a rainbow is shaped like a bow, whereas light refracted with a prism tends to be straight. However, it’s probably due to the shape of most prisms. There’s a video on Youtube where someone has created round rainbow colours with CDs. So if there is glass in the sky, it seems to be circular, or dome like.

Another thing is that although natural rainbows are pretty big, they’re nowhere near as big as the earth, i.e. a rainbow cannot represent a dome that covers the entire earth. They only cover a small portion of it.

Double Rainbow Wide Desktop Background

If the Firmament does exist, then maybe the dome is not like  a snowglobe, but a like an egg carton with several small domes interconnected.



Although I think the egg carton idea sounds silly. There’s another possibility; the Bible refers to “windows of heaven” opening several times. Let’s assume again that there is a glass-like Firmament up there, then there could be windows or other kinds of hatches that open from time to time. Perhaps rainbows are formed when sunlight hits the edge of a window in the glass dome as it is open.

In Norse mythology there is Bifröst, the rainbow bridge that grants passage between Midgard, earth, and Åsgard, the realm of gods. If the Firmament exists, and one wishes to leave earth to the heavens, what we call outer space, they’d have to get through the Firmament first. If there are windows in the Firmament, and opening such a window would, at least on some occasions, create a rainbow, then it would make sense why the Norse thought that the rainbow bridge can lead people into the heavens.

I am just putting out a theory, not saying this is necessarily true, but I see the existence of rainbows as possible evidence of the Firmament existing. It might simply be that the modern science explanation for rainbows is correct: “A rainbow is a meteorological phenomenon that is caused by reflection, refraction and dispersion of light in water droplets resulting in a spectrum of light appearing in the sky. It takes the form of a multicoloured arc.” Yet I don’t get why would the rainbow be shaped like an arc?

I’ll add the compulsory disclaimer that I am not a Christian, yet recently I find myself being drawn to the Bible for answers more often than what is called science. Take it for what its worth.


Rainbow through a Prism. My Science project.:

Windows of heaven:


How does Water curve?

Last summer I was sitting at the table at my friend’s cabin looking at the wide river or estuary. The water was very flat despite flowing forward. I said out loud to my friends: “If the earth is round, why is the water so flat?” Back then I had already done some research on the concept of flat earth, but was still very much on the fence. I’m still on the fence, since I need some new hard evidence to convince me that the earth truly is flat instead of internet conjecture, but I am very doubtful of the heliocentric spinning ball model.

Last week I went on a large cruise ship between Finland and Estonia and I was reminded of the flatness of the sea. Here is a very ordinary picture of the sea. Looks flat to me.


Yet when we see a picture of the spherical earth, the water seems curved. This does not make sense. How does water bend like that? It doesn’t, water always becomes flat and level unless an external force makes it move.


Is there an external force forcing water to bend like that? Does gravity do that? If that is so, is there any actual pictorial evidence that water bends like that other than composite images from NASA taken from extreme distance? Can you demonstrate the water curve under laboratory conditions? The whole idea of water forming convex shapes is absurd.

I am not suggesting this necessarily means the earth is flat, but that water is, and that fact would suggest that the earth is not round. At least not in the sense we are told.