Kilauea Volcano Eruption: Everything points to a scalar wave attack against Hawaii
TMR Editor’s Note:
What else can be said about the extreme emergency unfolding on Hawaii’s Big Island but:
May Day! May Day! May Day!
Although The Millennium Report has yet to be able to produce any hard scientific proof of a HAARP-disseminated scalar wave attack on the Kilauea volcano, the circumstantial evidence is very strong.
Whenever the New World Order globalist cabal wants to distract from their most heinous atrocities like this one, they always seem to pull off a major ‘natural’ and/or environmental catastrophe. Welcome to the Big Island conflagration of May, 2018!
In due course time, the true causes of this volcanic eruption will emerge. They always do as the pertinent data begins to leak onto the Internet, especially by those whistleblowers who are really in the know about this obvious act of environmental terrorism.
The Millennium Report
May 17, 2018
N.B. The following MSM article is just one example of how the mainstream media predictably milks and ultra-sensationalizes natural disasters such as this. That’s not to say that Hawaii’s Big Island is not in a truly perilous predicament—the whole state certainly is. However, be sure to watch when and how these status reports are doled out in relation to other major events in the world, particularly those in the Middle East (read: Israel).
Hawaii volcano eruption intensifies, triggering ‘red’ warning
By Barnini Chakraborty, Nicole Darrah | Fox News
PAHALA, Hawaii – Hawaii residents are facing the highest volcanic activity alert after officials warned Tuesday that the Big Island’s Kilauea volcano is growing more explosive — as a massive ash cloud grows in the sky.
The U.S. Geological Survery upgraded its previous volcano warning from “orange” to “red,” signifying that an “eruption is forecasted to be imminent with significant emission of ash into the atmosphere likely,” or that an eruption is already underway.
“At any time, activity may become more explosive, increasing the intensity of ash production and producing ballistic projectiles near the vent,” local officials told Fox News amid the alert, which was issued just before 1:30 p.m. local time.
Nearly 20 fissures have opened since the Kilauea volcano started erupting 12 days ago. On Monday, another fissure spewing lava and unhealthy gas opened up, and a crack in the Earth that emerged a day earlier was sending molten rock on a slow run for the ocean, officials said.
The eruption has destroyed about two dozen homes in the Leilani Estates subdivision on the Big Island.
Volcanic air pollution and ashfall have been reported in Pahala, and National Weather Service radar and pilots have reported the top of the volcano’s ash cloud is 10,000 to 12,000 feet above sea level.
In Hilo, Sandra Barnes told Fox News that she’d seen the ash cloud mid-morning between Pahoa and Volcano, Hawaii.
“I had to stop and take a picture,” she said. “That was a few hours ago. God knows what it looks like now. My kids and my mother are up there now.”
Down Highway 11, the main artery connecting the east and west side of the Big Island, a string of cars sit near the entrance of Volcano National Park. Though the park is closed, vacationers and some locals watch the ash fall from there.
“We’re not sure if it’s safe but it’s amazing,” Paul Rodaeo, a visitor from Oregon, said. “There really isn’t much more that’s open.”
The explosion sent an ash mushroom cloud downwind, dusting communities as far as 20 miles away.
“I had no idea until a friend stopped by and said look out the window,” Bridgett Fraser said.
Electric crews are on stand by in case more falling ash on electric lines triggers power outages.
Hawaii Electric Light said a light dusting of ash and moisture on utility insulators could result in electrical short circuits.
“If this occurs, we are prepared to respond once it is safe for employees to work in the impacted area,” said Rhea Lee-Moku, spokeswoman for Hawaii Electric Light, said in a statement. “While we have equipment that can wash off ash from utility equipment, this is the first experience we will have with widespread volcanic ash.”
Nearly 2,000 people have been told to evacuate since May 3.
Fox News’ James Rogers and The Associated Press contributed to this report.