This Mammoth Hailstone Was so Large That it Literally Went Through the Roof of a House During an Extreme Storm in Texas

By Strange Sounds - May 23, 2020 A hailstone was so large (bigger than softballs) that it literally went through the roof in Burkburnett, Texas. That’s gotta be close to a record. This is no megacryometeor! Nope! This is a mammoth hailstone that dropped from the sky, making a hole in the roof of a home in Burkburnett,Texas. … Continue reading This Mammoth Hailstone Was so Large That it Literally Went Through the Roof of a House During an Extreme Storm in Texas

Texas Bills Threaten to Strip ‘Texans’ Right to Practice Biblical Teachings’

Amanda Casanova | Religion Today Contributing Writer | Friday, January 25, 2019 Some conservatives are worried that the liberal Left and some upcoming Texas state bills may try “to ban Christianity in Texas.” Erick Erickson, a conservative blogger and radio host, writes in The Resurgent, that some half a dozen bills will ban Christianity “in all but name.” This continues a long … Continue reading Texas Bills Threaten to Strip ‘Texans’ Right to Practice Biblical Teachings’

Is the UN Planning to Occupy the US Following an EMP Attack?

Mike Adams recently wrote an article in which he reported what is now sinking in with the rest of the media, namely, North Korea has a hydrogen bomb and advanced EMP weapons. Allow this to serve as a backdrop for the following article, which makes the case that the UN is operating on US soil, in … Continue reading Is the UN Planning to Occupy the US Following an EMP Attack?

Hurricane Harvey Disaster for America, Fuel Prices, Economy Sinking into Recession

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 299 9.1.17) Hurricane Harvey has ravaged Texas and Louisiana, but losses will spread across the United States. Everyone will feel the impact in some way.  Hurricane Katrina losses totaled $175 billion, and Harvey could be twice that or more.  (Texas Rep. Pete Sessions: Harvey Impact Could Reach $1 Trillion.)  Oil prices will … Continue reading Hurricane Harvey Disaster for America, Fuel Prices, Economy Sinking into Recession

Two explosions at flooded Texas chemical plant: Fifteen police officers hospitalized after blast at facility that will get MORE dangerous as the water rises

  Two explosions were heard at the Arkema Inc plant in Crosby, Texas, early Thursday morning The chemical plant lost power and backup generators amid storm Harvey's deluge It left the plant without refrigeration for its organic peroxides, which will burn as temperatures rise The company said there is six feet of water at the … Continue reading Two explosions at flooded Texas chemical plant: Fifteen police officers hospitalized after blast at facility that will get MORE dangerous as the water rises

Daily Update – Days of Noah Deluge

It looks like Harvey might end up in Carbondale, X marks the spot, “Little Egypt”. According to NOAA (pronounced “NOAH”), this deluge will extend northward with its furthest reach encompassing the X marks the spot location of the two eclipses. Probably nothing, just a mammoth coincidence. Coastal Watches/Warnings and Forecast Cone for Storm Center   (Click … Continue reading Daily Update – Days of Noah Deluge

Hurricane Harvey prepper update: Sh#t just hit the fan in South Texas… non-preppers hurting badly as food, water, power and emergency services FAIL

(Natural News) News from inside Hurricane Harvey: Local towns are experiencing so much flooding that some are cutting off municipal water supplies. This is on top of the power grid outages, cell phone outages, store closures and widespread road closures that have taken place here in the last 12 hours. For the time being, everyone is on their own, … Continue reading Hurricane Harvey prepper update: Sh#t just hit the fan in South Texas… non-preppers hurting badly as food, water, power and emergency services FAIL

Nuclear Worker: “Imminent flood coming” near nuke plant from Hurricane Harvey… “Potentially catastrophic”… Running out of food… Working tirelessly to manage problems… Area turned “upside down” — Nearby river forecast to rise 50 ft and overtop levees, “Major Flood Stage”

Toronto Star, Aug 27, 2017 (emphasis added): Canadian engineer Raihan Khondker said his family safely left their home in southeastern Texas, but he was forced to return to the Bay City area as part of a support team at a nuclear power plant. For three days, Khondker, who is from Toronto, has been working tirelessly to manage … Continue reading Nuclear Worker: “Imminent flood coming” near nuke plant from Hurricane Harvey… “Potentially catastrophic”… Running out of food… Working tirelessly to manage problems… Area turned “upside down” — Nearby river forecast to rise 50 ft and overtop levees, “Major Flood Stage”

In Four Hours, Houston Supermarkets were totally SOLD OUT; Those who didn’t get food – CAN’T – – – – Will this be YOU when the Economic Collapse or Civil War Happens?

Are You Prepared for Any Kind of Disaster? The people in Houston weren't.  Hal Turner Commentary: "The masses are asses"  is a quote attributed to Alexander Hamilton.  He was speaking about majority voting versus an Electoral College, but the sentiment was evident in Texas over the past 48 hours.  Despite days and days of warning, people waited … Continue reading In Four Hours, Houston Supermarkets were totally SOLD OUT; Those who didn’t get food – CAN’T – – – – Will this be YOU when the Economic Collapse or Civil War Happens?

“Biblical” hurricane expected to hit US nuclear plant — Experts fear epic catastrophe — Rainfall could be “nearly apocalyptic… borderline unfathomable… unprecedented” — Wind gusts near 150 MPH expected

WOAI, Aug 24, 2017 (emphasis added): Hurricane Harvey is setting its sights on the area around Corpus Christi… Located not far from where Harvey is expected to make landfall is the South Texas Nuclear Project nuclear power plant. Spokesman Buddy Eiler says the facility was ‘designed to sustain a storm,’ and there are plans in place … Continue reading “Biblical” hurricane expected to hit US nuclear plant — Experts fear epic catastrophe — Rainfall could be “nearly apocalyptic… borderline unfathomable… unprecedented” — Wind gusts near 150 MPH expected