Intense solar storms and space weather over the last week has revealed to researchers that some type of celestial object with a rather large mass may be approaching Planet Earth from the southerly rear side and is affecting how our planet is charging.
“We have had over ten hours of intense solar storms today–four of those hours being a K5 on the Kp Index–so folks we are going to see a lot of earthquake and volcanic activity along with an uptick,” the narrator of the YouTube channel World News Report Today explained in a video posted to the platform last Saturday. “…the surface charging on planet Earth is extensive folks–probably the biggest charge I have ever seen in a single day event.”
The channel’s narrator points out in the video that Earth has been receiving “intense charging” but says that the core currently remains unaffected.
To make matters worse, the Earth is receiving an intense bow shock.
“We have a pretty good bow shock happening on our bow but the rear of planet Earth traveling through space is actually seeing more pressure than the bow,” he explains. “Look at the rear and it penetrated into the atmosphere here–you can see that it’s quite intense as far as pressure on the backside or the nighttime side of Planet Earth.”
“Now, there is no reason why this side of Earth should be this intense with pressure it is not healthy we must be seeing something else… we are seeing more density behind the planet then. in the front”
Coincidentally, another YouTuber and Planet X researcher Angry Catfish Briggs told Intellihub during a sitdown interview in mid-September that the rear of the planet is experiencing major pushback or “backpressure” which can only be explained by an approaching large mass.
“This is exactly what I’ve been expecting to see,” Angry Catfish Biggs explained in a video he posted to YouTube on 26 September. “It’s confirmation–there is no doubt this is going on.”
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Angry Catfish Briggs is set to appear in Shepard Ambellas’s new documentary film which is an investigation into what is currently going on altogether.