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On 3/12/2021 at 2:50 PM, Steve341 said:

Never heard of steganography, I've looked it up, so it is hiding information in some other information? 

 

Yes basically but as whodaguy states it's hidden in plain sight rather than being a cipher ... 33 is the most commonly used by the thing they do like 23 as well as 2÷ 3 = 0.666 etc ... There are hundreds of reasons 33 is used one being that the real mystery religion of Egypt starts at the 33rd degree of freemasonry .

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5 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

 

Tsunami drill link - real interesting

 

Man made tsunamis are a known science - been doing it for decades [since at least 1944 'Project Seal': http://anothervoicerev184.blogspot.com/2012/12/geoengineered-tsunamis-storm-surges.html]

 

(so-called 'storm surges' man-made as well; Dorian - Bahamas [vid]: https://anothervoicerev184.blogspot.com/2019/09/hurricane-dorian-was-storm-surge.html

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Man made tsunamis aka tsunami-bombs 2-vids:

 

Rescue Heroes 1999 cartoon demonstrates how 'tsunami-bombs' are done [vid]:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/FWnWzhlr4ySt/

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And: Man-made tsunamis aka 'tsunami-bombs - Agenda 21 cui-bono...clearing coastlines; Fukushima [vid]:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/kk9EqVj5YG8Y/

 

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'Sonic boom' in Dorset blamed on 'fireball meteor'

Meteor over Jersey

 

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People in Dorset, Somerset, Devon and Jersey reported hearing a loud bang and seeing a streak of light in the sky on Saturday afternoon.

After analysing pictures and videos, experts confirmed they showed a meteor.

They have urged people to keep an eye out and report any fallen fragments of the space rock.

 

Following the "huge bang", which people said shook their homes and windows, an earthquake was ruled out by The British Geological Survey.

The Ministry of Defence also said the "massive bang" was not linked to any RAF aircraft.

A campsite near Weymouth captured the loud noise on a security camera.

From: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-56475333

 

 

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