What caused the mysterious giant crater sinkhole on Russia's Yamal Peninsula?
On Friday, July 11 in Russia, a giant crater-like sinkhole was discovered on the Yamal Peninsula by helicopter pilots who work in the gas fields there. At the bottom of the crater is a wide underground river.
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The Yamal Peninsula in northwest Siberia juts out into the Kara Sea above the Arctic Circle. It holds Russia’s largest natural gas reserves, estimated at 55 trillion cubic meters.
According to the pilots, the sinkhole crater is large enough to easily hold several Mi-8 helicopters inside.
An interesting aside: "Yamal" in Russian means "End of the World.”
What caused this massive crater? No blasting has been done in the area.
What creates the mystery is this: The soil around the crater did not fall in, but rather was thrown out, and its dark color, according to some, may indicate exposure to high temperature.
What would cause soil to be thrown out of a massive crater? Could it have been a meteor hit or better yet a fireball strike?
If the truth be told, the number of fireballs whizzing overhead and smashing to earth is happening with increasing frequency. If it was a fireball that struck the earth and created the massive crater on the Yamal Peninsula, it would not be the first time a fireball from from space has hit Russia.
On February 20, 2013. a first in modern history occurred: A massive fireball hit Russia. About 1,100 people were injured as fireball hit Russia with force of atomic bomb. Its sonic blast shattered countless windows. Many of the injured were cut by flying glass as they flocked to windows, curious about what had produced such a blinding flash of light.The shock wave blew in more than 1 million square feet of glass, according to city officials, who said 3,000 buildings in the city were damaged. At one zinc factory, part of the roof collapsed.
As the gap between Planet X (Nibiru) and Earth rapidly closes, expect many more incidents like this. The fireballs currently hitting Earth are flung from the debris tail of Planet X (Nibiru) as it exits the solar system.
When fireballs first began fall, the powers-that-be referred to such events as “space junk.” But that flimsy excuse soon wore a little thin when the public became alarmed at the amount of space junk hitting Earth, and so the story was updated. It was claimed that two satellites had crashed into each other. Conflicting explanations about fireballs continue to be mumbled to the public by main stream media, or else there is no reporting at all.
Fireballs are not going away. They are here to stay. If anything expect to see an increase in the number of sightings, as Planet X (Nibiru) has turned in its orbit and is now hosing Earth with “fireballs” from its debris tail.
On Coast to Coast AM on the night of the Russian fireball, Richard C. Hoagland, science advisor and former NASA consultant, discussed the fireball and an asteroid flyby that occurred only a few hours apart on the same day with host George Noory. Hoagland questioned “the odds” that two such objects would interact with the earth just a few hours apart on the same day.”
He expressed suspicion that the trajectory of the fireball that hit Russia had been influenced by intelligent forces not of this Earth, citing its uncanny flight path, which miraculously managed to avoid hitting "ANY" satellites in space.
The trajectory of the fireball and Asteroid 2012 DA14 came in from the South Pole and “threaded the needle between the geosynchronous satellites and the ground” – passing without incident through a ring of satellites without doing damage.
During the Coast to Coast AM show, a caller from Russia, who lived near a missile battery equipped with S400 missiles, shared his first-hand report on the impact of the fireball.
According to the caller, the S400 missile can track 100 objects at a time and shoot down any 12 of them with its multiple warheads. He said he saw two nuclear type flashes and “super large” contrails about 4,000 to 5,000 ft. above ground level at about a minute-40-seconds apart, and he heard two extremely loud explosions (though only one has been reported) about a minute-10-seconds apart. He alleges there was a “shoot down of something.” Two missiles were sent off at something coming in from the east, right out of the sun, and he believes that the side effects of warhead explosions contributed to ground damage. He specifically said there were two huge explosions and a lot of little ones, as well as a long-term rain down of pieces.
In any case, what are your thoughts on the massive crater in Russia? Comment below.