|ZETA SURPASSED 1954 ALICE #2 AS
THE LONGEST-LIVED TROPICAL CYCLONE TO FORM IN DECEMBER AND CROSS OVER INTO
THE NEXT YEAR. ZETA WAS ALSO THE LONGEST-LIVED JANUARY TROPICAL
< Left 1/10/06 Azores again
Electric Hurricanes Three of the most powerful hurricanes of 2005 were filled with mysterious lightning ["Other storms have been equally intense and did not produce much lightning," he says. "There must be something else at work."]
|RADIORBIT Graham Hancock|
EPSILON DELTA GAMMA WILMA TAMMY/STAN RITA [SHIPS] OPHELIA ..KATRINA BP JINX ONGOING
WEATHER REBUILDING AROUND VORTEX?
Epsilon vanishes but a ghost remains
WEATHER REBUILDING AROUND VORTEX?
|EPSILON: anyone thinking what I´m thinking? More of an energy
vortex than a typical hurricane?
Christian O´Brien in Chapter 18 of The Shining Ones features the basic historical and geological evidence which identifies the Azores as the site of the Island of Atlantis. ARCHIVES: AZORES 2 Forum Atlantis "Evidence" Found in Spain and Ireland
HURRICANE EPSILON VANISHES BUT THE GHOST REMAINS!
|It's like the hurricane is still there in blueprint but all the
weather/water is gone:
Epsilon will go down in history as the longest lasting December hurricane on record in the Atlantic Basin.
EPIC STORMS: DELTA GAMMA WILMA TAMMY/STAN RITA [SHIPS] OPHELIA ..KATRINA BP JINX ONGOING
MAP 7.3 2006/01/02 06:10:50 -60.806 -21.465 10.0 EAST OF THE SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS Tsunami
Ralph Ellis, author of 'Thoth, Architect of the Universe' calculated that one of the three Halls of Records is located in the South Sandwich Islands. The South Sandwich group is composed of 7 islands shaped like a ')'.
The stone circles at Avebury England, 7 in all, are also shaped like a ')'. The South Sandwich Islands are related to Avebury, according to Ellis, by their relative positions on the Earth. In addition, the Kings chamber in the Great Pyramid, when turned upside down, resembles Africa, and one of the shafts points to the South Sandwich Islands.
These are gnostic truths, hidden from humanity ordinarily, but known by certain members of elite cliques and awakend souls. The knowledge is highly dangerous and not meant to be shared with the people.
People are not supposed to know that beings with highly technical knowledge created the great pyramids and other ancient monuments.
Now you know!
RECORDS OF THE 2005 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON:
26 Named Storms (previous record: 21 in 1933)
14 Hurricanes (previous record: 12 in 1969)
Four major hurricanes hitting the U.S. (previous record: three in 2004) Three Category 5 Hurricanes (previous record: two in 1960 and 1961)
Seven Tropical Storms before August 1 (previous record: five in 1997) Two-Year Consecutive Total of Tropical Storms: 41 (previous record: 32 most recently in 1995-96)
Two-Year Consecutive Total of Hurricanes: 23 (previous record: 21 in 1886-87) Two-Year Consecutive Total of Major Hurricanes: 13 (ties record in 1950-51)
Two-Year Consecutive Major Hurricane Landfalls: Seven (previous record: five in 1954-55)
Two -Year Consecutive Florida Major Hurricane Landfalls: Five (previous record: three in 1949-50)
Three-Year Consecutive Total of Tropical Storms: 57 (previous record: 43 most recently in 2002-04)
Three-Year Consecutive Total of Hurricanes: 30 (previous record: 27 in 1886-88)
Three-Year Consecutive Total of Major Hurricanes: 16 (ties record in 1949-51 and 1950-52)
Costliest Atlantic Season ($107 billion+) (previous record 2004, $45 billion)
Costliest Hurricane: Katrina ($80 billion+) (previous record Andrew, $26.5 billion - 1992 dollars)
Deadliest U.S. Hurricane since 1928: Katrina (at least 1,200)
Strongest Hurricane in the Atlantic Basin: Wilma 882 millibars (mb) (previous record: Gilbert at 888 mb)
Three of the six strongest hurricanes on record: Wilma 882 mb (1st), Rita 897 mb (4th), Katrina 902 mb (6th)
July hurricane: Emily (155 mph top sustained winds) (previous record: Dennis (150 mph) in 2005; Hurricane #1 (140 mph) in 1926