Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Plutonium Released by Crippled Japanese Reactor

Plutonium Released by Crippled Japanese Reactor
Prophecy foretold in Zecharia Sitchin’s “The Lost Book of Enki”

Let’s begin with a quote by Ralph Nader:
A commonly cited quote by Ralph Nader, states that a pound of plutonium dust spread into the atmosphere would be enough to kill eight billion people.

So what are we doing in Libya? Japan and the rest of the world are in grave danger! Today, Japanese officials announced that Reactor Number 3 spilled plutonium. The seriousness of this news should ring alarm bells for every world government. One crippled reactor could ultimately mean four crippled reactors. Our leaders are more concerned about war games and not the security of the Planet.

If you have read my essays on Robert Morning Sky and William Cooper you will have hopefully shifted your imagination somewhat. In light of what is happening in Japan, I now wish to present the work of Zecharia Sitchin. In “The Lost Book of Enki” two very important things are written:

1. And it shall be a “Book of Witnessing” of the past, and a “Book of Foretelling” the future, for the future in the past lies and the first things shall also be the last things.

2. On the 13th Tablet, page 290, “a drifting nuclear cloud brings death to all in Sumer”. Sumer is the land known as Mesopotamia or the Sumerian Kingdom. The last great culling on Planet Earth.

Sitchin tells how Enki or Prince EA told of the destruction of Sumeria by nuclear weapons and how the “Wind” brought death to all. The dangerous situation in Japan may be history repeating itself.

The world should be doing everything possible to stem the effects of the reactor’s breach; instead we are playing war games with Obama. Someone should put Obama in a radioactive pool of water. He was very eager to swim in the Gulf of Mexico when it was saturated with Corexit (or so he made it appear).

U.S. Foreign Policy is endangering the Planet. Stephen Harper is following a fool named Obama. This is why HARPER CANNOT BE ELECTED PRIME MINISTER.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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