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Was Chelyabinsk the first wave of weapons from space?

And could DART mission offer some Salvation?

By Steve HarrisonPublished about a year ago 5 min read

Just four months ago, towards the end of September 2022, a NASA DART successfully changed the orbit of Dimorphos, the smaller member of the binary asteroid system Didymos.

Named after the Greek for “twin”, Didymos is about a half-mile across and has a smaller companion orbiting it... Dimorphos (Greek for “two forms”), approximately 20 metres across.

The kinetic impact from the Double Asteroid Redirection Test was allegedly the first instance of a celestial object being deflected from its original trajectory by a projectile launched from the Earth.

“All of us have a responsibility to protect our home planet,” said NASA administrator Bill Nelson proudly. “After all, it’s the only one we have. This mission shows that NASA is trying to be ready for whatever the universe throws at us. NASA has proven we are serious as a defender of the planet.”

And, according to DART co-ordination lead Nancy Chabot, from the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Maryland: “DART has given us some fascinating data about both asteroid properties and the effectiveness of a kinetic impactor as a planetary defence technology. The DART team is continuing to work on this rich dataset to fully understand this first planetary defence test of asteroid deflection.”

But what the NASA scientists are neglecting to mention is that if they can successfully alter an asteroid’s trajectory there are, in fact, two ways it can work in regards to our planet: primarily to direct an asteroid away from Earth; but conversely to steer one on a path to collide with it.

This second possibility forms the foundation for the plot of the 2017 CBS Television Studios production Salvation, which focuses on the discovery of an asteroid that is predicted to impact the Earth in just six months and highlights attempts to prevent the worldwide devastation that could result from the collision.

But the shadowy storyline that drives the tale is that it is no cruel twist of fate that has sent the asteroid towards Earth but the ramifications from a United States programme to utilise cutting-edge technology to turn asteroids into weapons.

And the catalyst for this impending cataclysm? Well, in the story it’s events surrounding the Chelyabinsk meteor, which in the series was the product of a clandestine US military programme, codenamed Project Atlas, which had a more devastating impact on Russia than actually played out in 2013 when it buckled buildings, smashed windows and left more than 1,500 people injured, primarily as a result of broken glass.

This aerial threat occurred on 15 February that year when an asteroid, that scientists hadn't detected in advance, hurtled into the Earth’s atmosphere and exploded 20 miles above Chelyabinsk in southwestern Russia. Burning brighter than our sun, eyewitnesses in the frozen region reported intense heat from the falling fireball, which exploded with up to “33 times more power” than the atomic bomb detonated at Hiroshima in 1945.

The house-sized asteroid entered the Earth’s atmosphere at more than 11 miles per second and released energy equivalent to about 440,000 tons of TNT when it exploded, generating shockwaves that blew out windows across an area of more than 200 square miles.

And, coincidentally, on the very same day as this freak occurrence in the sky above Chelyabinsk was playing out, a working group on near-Earth objects was meeting in Vienna... the United Nations Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space having organised the event to finalise recommendations on how to defend Earth from possible asteroid impacts.

Not surprisingly, given the day’s events in Russia, the UN gathering endorsed the establishment of a Space Missions Planning Advisory Group (SMPAG) as a forum for national space agencies to collaborate on plans to prevent potential asteroid impacts and an International Asteroid Warning Network (IAWN) for worldwide collaboration to detect and track potential impact hazards.

So, while Chelyabinsk was certainly a sobering event to say the least, could it actually have been the product of a covert international weapons programme co-opted to shape the UN’s strategy to address potential threats from space?

And also, does the global industrial-military complex that runs our planet really possess the means to divert an asteroid onto a collision course with it? Well, the DART project suggests that is the case... although it surely wouldn’t actually be deployed to cause massive destruction right here on Earth, would it?

Well, actually that’s kind of a mute point really, because if the technology exists to prevent an impact then steering an asteroid towards the planet simply becomes a means to create fear in the global population, which those in power could manipulate to suite their agenda since they also possess the means to eliminate that threat... whether they choose to deploy it or not.

So, perhaps the agenda behind this technology would not be to intentionally cause immense destruction but rather to create a climate of fear to enable the industrial-military complex to introduce even greater control over society to make sure its position at the top of the food chain remains unchallenged.

Indeed, a “kinetic” event is just one of several potential methods under examination which could be adopted to achieve this result. Another possibility would be to utilise the gravity generated by a small satellite to simply adjust the trajectory of an asteroid.

The theory behind this method being that the satellite's gravity field would pull the asteroid towards it and, over time, this small shift could lead to a radically altered path that would send the asteroid straight towards Earth.

Adopting this strategy, the satellite would only require a small booster to stay in orbit and adjust its relative position to the asteroid to enable it to finely tune its trajectory to target a specific location on our planet.

There are more theories that exist on this subject but both these strategies illustrate quite clearly that the industrial-military complex dictating world affairs has finally harnessed a potent means of keeping us in check through a global threat that could allow them to impose a multitude of restrictions, such as martial law, to regulate our behaviour and bolster their nefarious agenda.

So, while I sincerely hope this article is just a byproduct of my creative imagination resulting from watching too much TV, don’t be surprised if the plot of Salvation soon plays out in reality… but, if it does, try to stay calm and realise you’re probably an unwitting victim of another malevolent psyops programme, on a scale even bigger than Covid proportions, designed by the “New World Order” to further cement its dominance over our planet.

And, if it does come to pass, try to remember the words of Corporal Jones from the classic BBC comedy series Dad’s Army’s and “don’t panic” because there’ll be absolutely nothing you can do to prevent this script from playing out… for, as old William Shakespeare once wrote in As You Like It, “all the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players”.

fact or fiction

About the Creator

Steve Harrison

From Covid to the Ukraine and Gaza... nothing is as it seems in the world. Don't just accept the mainstream brainwashing, open your eyes to the bigger picture at the heart of these globalist agendas.

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