Here we go again with more "mysterious loud booms and shaking," this time in Twin Falls, Idaho. On Monday night Sept 23 2013, between 8:15 and 8:30 p.m., several residents heard a loud rumbling sound that rattled windows.
What is wasn't
- USGS said "no earthquakes" in southern Idaho at the time (no surprise there)
- Intermountain West University of Utah Seismograph Station in Salt Lake City, like USGS, also said "no earthquakes" in the area or even in nearby Utah at that time
- Colonel Tim Marsano, public affairs officer, Idaho Army National Guard in Mountain Home, said they are not the source of the loud rumblings
So, now that we know what it wasn't, what was it?
Kelley Gorringe heard a loud rumbling, but did not discuss it with anyone. When he went to work on Tuesday, a coworker asked him if he "felt the earthquake." Gorringe says it "wasn’t a big shaker, more rumble and noise.”
Christy Taylor was at home when she heard a loud rumbling and what sounded like something "falling on her roof." She assumed it was a sonic boom because "the ground didn't really shake" and she thought the sound came from above. To her it sounded like really loud like thunder with a tiny little rumble.
- READ Mysterious loud boom in Washington state: Not quake or sonic boom, what was it? In that article, John and Rita Cline of Dogwood Pet Resort said the noise was so loud it sounded like "something fell on the roof."
Jeff Mikesell works at Locally Owned Radio in Twin Falls. He said the windows rattled and he heard a loud rumble. Thinking the radio tower had fallen, he ran outside to check. The rumbling continued for several seconds. Mikesell also observed “an air pressure change and a ground rumble.”
If it wasn't an earthquake or a sonic boom, what did Kelley Gorringe and others around the Magic Valley area of Twin Falls hear and feel on Monday night?
People in the know about the passage of Planet X (Nibiru) and the earth wobble have a pretty good idea of what it is. It comes as no surprise to them that the source of the loud booms and shaking that occurs cannot be found.
Loud booms give witness to the earth wobble. The Zetas of ZetaTalk explain loud booms this way:
They say the mechanism producing the loud booms is similar to clapping air masses that produces thunder or a sonic boom. In the case of loud booms, air or water rushes in to fill a void created by earth movements, claps together, and creates a loud boom.
As the pole shift nears and Earth gives more proof what is really happening beneath the surface, it will be difficult for the so-called "experts" to explain away loud booms and the very loud sounds of tectonic plates moving and shifting, grinding fault lines, and snapping rock as being "caused by global warming or climate change" – though undoubtedly, they will try.
Let the truth be told.
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