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So far this summer the Northern Hemisphere has probably reached a new level in wildfires with Europe's Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring System, (CAMS) claiming the number, size, persistency, and intensity have been remarkable.

Out-of-control wildfires have been raging in northeastern Siberia since June and are still burning in many areas. North America has had an unprecedented year with usual suspect California crippled by wildfires for the 5th year on record and no end in sight but also Canada and the Pacific Northwest have also being ravaged.

Mediterranean countries have seen a massive uptick in wildfires this summer too with Greece, Spain, and Italy all suffering horrendous wildfires and the season is not officially over.


As I mentioned in another post earlier this week we have entered the beginning of a global event which is "extremely loud and unbelievably close by." Most observers missed it, hell, we all missed it, it's too late to do anything about it now, the wheels are in motion. If I could offer any advice it would be, stay close to the Lord, go out and buy tin food, flower, rice and pasta for the coming months before the prices go through the roof, which of course has already begun with certain items. It will surely get ugly out there when the shelves empty, so do it as quick as you can. Civil unrest is a certainty.

I started The Big Wobble back in 2008, I wanted to document Bible prophecy leading up to the "Tribulation Period," I was so confident and sure this was my calling and so it has been, but, I took my eye off the ball just when I should have been watching. The world has been hoodwinked, a perfect storm has arrived, a Bio-Weapon has been released on the world, and the powers that be have begun to collapse the economy and are preparing for "The Great Reset!"

Bugaloo 2021

If the 60s were “swinging,” the '70s was a dark, depressing decade on both sides of the Atlantic and in many ways the beginning of the end for Anglo-American domination around the world. As a Brit living in Leeds, a drab grey concrete, and red-bricked sprawling industrial city in a very dull, rain-soaked Northern England. My memories of the 70s are a depressing nightmare of general strikes, incompetent governments, riots, and social uprising, all washed down with warm beer and super-strong mugs of Yorkshire Tea, the biggest empire the world had ever seen was just a distant memory as militant Union bosses dragged the country to its knees; A three-day working week was introduced in the UK in 1974 because for two working days a week the country had to go without electricity to conserve coal, the National Coal Workers were striking for better pay and conditions.

The country as a whole was being battered by national strikes. Rat infested rubbish-filled city streets piled high with rotting waste as striking council workers refused to collect refuse on many occasions. Thugs, Football hooligans, and punks owned the streets. The Irish Republican Army (IRA) bombs targeted and terrorized drinkers and shoppers alike as pubs and town centers became the target of the IRA's bombing campaign, many Brits were murdered.

Summer may be over, but a mosquito explosion in New York City is expected to last well into the fall -- and experts are pointing the finger at climate change. This summer had some of the highest levels of mosquitoes with a record-breaking 1,000+ West Nile virus cases across all five boroughs, according to the city Department of Health.

Some ecologists believe the spike in mosquitoes is due to more flooding, tropical systems, and hot weather, all of which are linked to climate change. Senator Charles Schumer wants a 61% increase in CDC funding that covers West Nile prevention, and he also wants the EPA to help provide better ways to kill mosquitoes without chemicals."Ask any outdoor diner about the mosquitos this summer, and you'll feel a resounding itch," she said.


A volcano on the Atlantic island of La Palma, population, almost 100,000 erupted on Sunday after a week-long buildup of seismic activity, prompting authorities to speed up evacuations for some 5,000 people. Footage obtained by the Associated Press showed plumes of black and white smoke rising up from the Cumbre Vieja volcanic ridge, where scientists had been closely following the accumulation of molten lava below the surface.

LA PALMA, Spain, Sept 19 (Reuters) - A volcano erupted on the Spanish Canary Island of La Palma on Sunday, sending lava shooting into the air and streaming in rivers towards houses in two villages from the Cumbre Vieja national park in the south of the island.

Major Quakes

Credit USGS

A very powerful mag 6.9 quake has rocked Chignik, Alaska this morning.

The major quake was fairly deep, no tsunami warning has been issued. The quake comes after another major quake, a mag 6.2 struck Hawaii yesterday and is the 5th major quake, (mag 6 or higher) of October 2021. 

Today's major quake brings this year's total to date to 121. At the same time last year 99 major quakes had been recorded and in 2019, 110. 2018 had 96 and 2017, just 81.

Extreme Weather

Today it was particularly wonderful, a warm August sun, fanned with a cool southwesterly breeze, the birds were singing, the fish were jumping and the insects chirping and the walk itself gave me a double shot of happy endorphins, lifting my spirit for the day ahead.

It is hard to imagine that just a few hundred kilometers south of this paradise the gates of hell have opened for many of my European neighbours.

An anticyclone, ironically named Lucifer has parked its fat butt over the Mediterranean countries of Italy, Greece, and Spain causing Sicily to record the hottest temperature ever in Europe when the mercury hit 48.8 deg C, 120 deg F yesterday beating the 48 deg C which was recorded in Athens Greece, back in 1977.

Hurricanes and cyclones

As Hurricane Sam churns in the Atlantic Ocean, NOAA satellites are carefully monitoring the powerful Category 4 storm, the strongest of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season to date.

Tropical Storm Sam formed on Sept. 23 in the eastern tropical Atlantic as the 18th named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. Only the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season had more named storms by this date, with 23. Sam rapidly reached hurricane status on Sept. 24 and intensified into a Category 4 hurricane by Sept. 25.

Sam is the fourth major hurricane (Category 3, 4, or 5 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale) of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. Just three days after becoming a named storm, Sam peaked in strength on Sept. 26 with sustained winds of 155 mph.

Space weather

Saturday, 9 October 2021 Solar Cycle 25 continues to punch above its weight! At just before 08.00 UT this morning, sunspot AR2882 popped of a powerful M-class solar flare, the biggest since Sunspot AR2871 exploded on Sept 23rd

At just before 08.00 UT this morning, sunspot AR2882 popped of a powerful M-class solar flare, the biggest since Sunspot AR2871 exploded on Sept 23rd, producing a strong M3-class solar flare. Sunspot AR 2882 has released several more modest C-class solar flares in recent days, see graph below.

According to, AR2882 is big, simple, and quiet. That's how sunspot AR2882 started the week. But now it is getting restless. The active region is crackling with C-class solar flares. Here is the latest, a powerful M2-class solar flare morning  just before 08.00 UT this morning recorded by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory:

Manmade disasters
TEPCO said they would clean up Fukushima by 2051 back in 2011, even though they had no known technology cable of such a task back then or even now! And more than ten years on they appear to be going backward in managing a problem that has no wish to go away and could still be around 25,000 years from now and I'm not kidding...

According to Arnie Gundersen of the Fairwinds website, the government of Japan claims that the Fukushima site will be entirely cleaned and decommissioned in less than forty years, that is scientifically impossible since some radioactive isotopes will be spread across the Fukushima site and surrounding landscape for 300 years and others for 250,000 years and a new problem has arrived.

Climate Change 

Wednesday, 11 August 2021 Climate scientists warn of the collapse of the Gulf Stream, one of the planet’s main potential tipping points. In the winter of 1962-63 something incredible happened in the UK. The entire British Isles was suddenly plunged into an unexpected and unprepared mini-ice-age event which was dubbed “the year the gulf stream stopped.”

Climate scientists have detected warning signs of the collapse of the Gulf Stream, one of the planet’s main potential tipping points. The research found “an almost complete loss of stability over the last century” of the currents that researchers call the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC). The currents are already at their slowest point in at least 1,600 years, but the new analysis shows they may be nearing a shutdown.

Such an event would have catastrophic consequences around the world, severely disrupting the rains that billions of people depend on for food in India, South America, and West Africa; increasing storms and lowering temperatures in Europe; and pushing up the sea level in eastern North America. It would also further endanger the Amazon rainforest and Antarctic ice sheet.


Monday, 5 April 2021 It's impossible to know just how many pigs have died from the disease but it is thought to be hundreds of millions: China's second wave of African swine fever has killed almost 10 million pigs in the first 3 months of 2021

It's impossible to know just how many pigs have died from the disease but it is thought to be hundreds of millions.

According to a report by ABC, the second wave of African swine fever (ASF) is estimated to have killed almost 10 million pigs in China since the start of the year, detailing the country's plans to rebuild its national herd. New variants of the pig-killing disease African swine fever have emerged in Asia. Hundreds of millions of pigs were killed by the disease in the last couple of years, in China, Asia and Europe reducing the world's stock by more than 40%. The first reported outbreak of the disease was in August 2018 and within a year it had spread to multiple countries.

Animal Die-Offs

Monday, 11 October 2021 Blooms of toxic algae in the North Sea are being investigated as one potential cause behind the “dreadful” death of thousands of seabirds along the east coast. (Many more will have died at sea). The number of seabirds in Scotland has declined by almost 50% since the 1980s.

An"unprecedented" number of seabirds have been found dead or starving along the Northumberland and Scottish coasts. Thousands of guillemots and razorbills and smaller numbers of puffins and kittiwakes have been affected but the cause of their suffering is unknown. The UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) has ruled out bird flu but is investigating other possible causes such as poisoning from algal blooms.

Blooms of toxic algae in the North Sea are being investigated as one potential cause behind the “dreadful” death of thousands of seabirds along the east coast. (Many more will have died at sea). Since August, beach-goers have come across alarmingly high numbers of dead or dying seabirds, mostly guillemots, all the way from Northumberland to Orkney. Many of the birds have been severely underweight and emaciated, and those that have survived and been taken to wildlife rescue centers have had a very high mortality rate.


In an incredible disregard for life, the US Navy has used a 40,000lb explosive to test a warship in 'Full Ship Shock Trial.'

The United States Navy has been carrying out 'Full Ship Shock Trials' off the country's east coast. The 40,000lb (18,143kg) explosion was detonated as part of a test to assess the aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford's ability to withstand battle conditions. The US Geological Survey registered the explosion as a 3.9 magnitude earthquake. Following the trials, the warship will return to a dry dock to undergo modernisation, maintenance and repairs.


“We used to say ‘unprecedented and historic.’ We’re past that now.” Sugar fire becomes California’s first ‘megafire’ of the year as the Dixie fire triples in size; California experienced a record wildfire season in 2020 but 2021 is already outpacing it

As the Dixie fire in Butte County balloons in size, the Sugar fire burning in Plumas National Forest north of Sacramento has become the first 100,000-acre fire in California this year. The lightning-sparked Sugar fire ignited July 2 and quickly swelled in size as crews battled extreme temperatures and strong gusts of wind.

In the days that followed, spot fires and flareups made it difficult for firefighters to gain a footing on the blaze, officials said. At one point, it grew with such velocity that its massive cloud of smoke, ash, and heat generated its own lightning.


Tuesday, 7 September 2021 There Is Nothing New Under The Sun: A Revelation To John 16:20 Then every island fled, and no mountain could be found. A book classified and removed by the CIA and two secret military experiments has found the secrets to God's last great earthquake!

  • Ecclesiastes 1:9; The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: there is nothing new under the sun.

My Very Strange Early Spiritual Experiences With Our Star.

As a young lad born in postwar Leeds in 1956, I experienced at a very young age a strange spiritual connection with our Star. At the age of just five, my parents had no choice but to take me to a psychiatrist after I had developed a very strange habit of staring, petrified, at the sun and screaming at my mother that it was coming down to get me. The sun appeared as a concertina, coiling and springing its way toward me in a frightening spellbinding attack. These disturbing episodes continued for months until one day I collapsed in the middle of the road and suffered what my parents thought may have been an epileptic fit, although I have never had any problems with epilepsy since.

Bill Laughing-Bear

Let's talk about our healthy diets, even some of that organic fish loved by millions called salmon. But first, I would encourage you to grab Killer algae bloom shake, yum! Do not worry about gaining weight from gulping too much of it. Unofficially, it is called the "very fast death factor shake." Yep, it has been said that the CIA at least at one time used it in suicide pills so that their agents could off-themselves if needed when captured by the enemy. And ladies, why not pick up some of those pills yourself? After all, when he dies in his sleep it will be ruled “Death by Covid!” There is a super deal on these shakes right now in Florida, but you can get them in many coastal places. Now do not be disappointed, they only come in the color RED.

But do not lose heart! You can grab one even on a remote trail in Sierra National Forest. Yep, just hike the Devil's Gulch Trail.

Photo of the day
A letter from Holland: Unusual skies this week in the Amsterdam region as the world enters lockdown: Libertine, tolerant and free Amsterdam is at this moment just like the rest of the world, empty as the Covid-19 threat takes hold
This time of the year where I live, just north of Amsterdam on the Dutch West Coast we are usually inundated with tourists from all over Europe but not this year. Libertine, tolerant and free Amsterdam is at this moment just like the rest of the world, empty. The cannabis selling coffee shops, sex shops and bars have all been closed down due to the coronavirus, these places are only used by tourists anyway.

As I walk my dog every day I come across only occasional other dog walkers or runners who are only too ready to distance themselves from me, eying me with caution. Empty busses pass me by as do the occasional automobile, however, Holland wouldn't be Holland without bicycles and scooters and, this is the mode of transport at the moment, especially for the kids.