Wednesday, January 03, 2007

"The Killshot" and other Endgames...

Not to start 2007 off on too much of a down note, but... I do feel it's my journalistic responsibility to keep you informed of various doom scenarios as they cross my path.
I mean these are things you might want to know before you put money down on that timeshare in Mauritius.

Major Edward A. Dames is a retired U.S. Army and CIA intelligence officer, known for his claim to be able to conduct remote viewing or RV. Using this technique, he has made some frighteningly accurate predictions about the future, such as an 8.7 magnitude earthquake that occurred in Indonesia in March of 2005, and the detonation of a nuclear weapon in the Korean Peninsula in 2006.

Perhaps his biggest claim to date is that a deadly solar flare, aka "The Killshot," is heading our way. Dames claims the Killshot will destroy between one and two-thirds of all life on Earth. He originally predicted the flare would hit by early 2007, one so strong that it would take out all satellite communications and a significant portion of terrestrial bio-matter along with it. Currently, he appears to have adjusted his prediction to "some time in the next ten years." If you want to find out how to survive The Killshot, you'll have to buy Major Dames' DVD on the subject for $24.95. It seems a small price to pay.

If The Killshot doesn't meet your personal eschatological requirements, there are plenty of armageddons out there to choose from. Go through the list and see which scenario lights your fire. Pick a date that works for your schedule. Just remember, ordering a la carte is always more expensive.

Want to have a go at remote viewing? Here's a fun test.

(Solar coronal mass ejection, or CME, with strong proton showers, Nov. 2000)


Anonymous Anonymous said... -- interesting info on Mr. Dames.

11:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol, and he's hoping a bunch of dupes will be willing to shell out that twenty-five bucks to finance his luxury car purchases "sometime in the next ten years."

9:31 PM  
Blogger hdrmax said...

I saw the video. Hope it does not happen.

Something big is on the way.

7:40 PM  
Anonymous said...

Well, I do not really suppose this may work.

4:43 AM  

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