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Chernobyl Was Not An Accident?

"The reactor was consciously driven into an extremely dangerous situation, a situation known for its dangers, and then on top of it all the complete security mechanisms were put out of operation - allegedly for the purpose of carrying through this experiment, even if the report additionally professes that at least some of these switchoffs were not at all necessary for this experiment. Under such conditions, according also to the knowledge of that time, one could not but know that one exposed the reactor to a dangerous situation, proceeding from which unknown big catastrophes became probable."

"The (Chernobyl) reactor was consciously driven into an extremely dangerous situation, a situation known for its dangers, and then on top of it all the complete security mechanisms were put out of operation - allegedly for the purpose of carrying through this experiment, even if the report additionally professes that at least some of these switchoffs were not at all necessary for this experiment. Under such conditions, according also to the knowledge of that time, one could not but know that one exposed the reactor to a dangerous situation, proceeding from which unknown big catastrophes became probable. Nothing, nothing at all has the (Chernobyl) catastrophe to do with a coincidence of unfortunate accidents. On the contrary, what was conducted there must have lead directly to a ruinous accident, exactly as driving a car with a speed of 140mph arround a corner very probably leads to carrying the car out of the track." (From: 10th ANNIVERSARY OF THE CHERNOBYL CATASTROPHE: THE DECISIVE FACTS MUST AT LAST BE BROUGHT INTO THE PUBLIC)

The Chernobyl disaster in the Soviet Ukraine on April 26, 1986, twenty years ago today, was not an accident. It was a an intentional experiment conducted by the "former" Communist government in Moscow to garner knowledge about the effects of radioactive contamination. For what reason? To prepare to fight and survive a global nuclear war.

This contention, of course, seems preposterous at the current juncture, but this is just a symptom of how completely deceived the world is right now....and this has been Moscow's objective....particularly during the last twenty years:

"Soviet strategic deception....is long-term, often extending over ten, twenty, even fifty years. It involves a myriad of techniques and tactics that are designed to influence the way we think about the Soviet Union. The are strategic, as opposed to tactical, and are an integral part of Soviet grand strategy." - Dr. Joseph Douglass, Jr., From 'Mesmerized By The Bear' (1987)

For those who have difficulty believing that Chernobyl was not an accident, I suggest you first consider the rather profound connections the reported "accident" had to astrology and biblical prophecy.

On April 25th, 1986, the day before the fire and explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear plant in the Soviet Ukraine, there was a total lunar eclipse conjunct Pluto (the astrolog chart for this eclipse is below....).

At first one might simply pass off as a coincidence the fact that a lunar eclipse occurred in connection with the Chernobyl disaster, but what is key is that this eclipse was conjunct Pluto, a rare astronomic event. What is even more significant about this is that, in astrology, Pluto is the planet that represents explosive transformation and *nuclear technology* (consider the word "pluto"nium). Thus, Chernobyl happened at the time of an astrological configuration that seemed to specifically indicate an explosive nuclear event. This means people in a position of power, i.e., Kremlin leaders, may have ordered Chernobyl to occur at an astrologically appropriate time, i.e., just after the lunar eclipse conjunct Pluto on April 25th, 1986.

But would the Soviet leadership shape history according to astrology? It is widely recognized that Adolph Hitler was deeply into occultism and planned his military campaigns during the second world war according to astrology ( (see, for instance, Wilhwelm T. Wulff's 'Zodiac & Swastika; How Astrology Guided Hitler's Germany', 1973). What of Russia? Consider the following:
"Astrology is a quite serious science. It helps us launch spacecraft, missiles; we use it broadly to forestall suicides among the personnel. Experience shows it is unreasonable to reject it. Our estimates and forecasts are usually corroborated up to 70-75 percent."
Viktor Yakovlev, Commander of the Russian Strategic Rocket Forces

"Believe it or not, every three months a summary of astrological prognoses predicting the place and date of future extraordinary occurrences is sent from the St. Petersburg Naval Scientific Research Institute to the Russian Defense Ministry's General Staff."
Komsomolskaya Pravda; January 21, 1998

If the evidence from astrology doesn't convince you that Chernobyl was specifically timed and therefore a planned rather than accidental event, consider the case that can be made using biblical prophecy.

In the Bible's "Book of Revelation", which is supposed to depict the fiery conflict called "The Apocalypse", there is a "Seventh Seal" prophecy that many believe specifically predicts a future nuclear war (see the excerpt from my article, "The Truth"). In this prophecy, there is a passage that mentions how the water is poisoned by "Wormwood" (see the excerpt above) after a fiery catastrophe. This is most interesting since the Ukrainian word for "Wormwood" is "Chernobyl" (or "Chornobyl", as is explained in Mary Myco's article, "A Legacy of Wormwood"- see below). More interesting is that the word wormwood, which is a bitter herb used in making absinthe, is not normally capitalized. Yet in the Seventh Seal Bible prophecy the word is capitalized. The prophecy did not connect to the real world and modern times until the Chernobyl disaster capitalized the meaning of the word Wormwood.

Thus, the same powers who could have ordered Chernobyl to occur at a specific time of ideal astrological significance also saw to it that the disaster occurred at a specific place of key prophetic significance. This strongly indicates that Chernobyl resulted from an intentional plan rather than an unforeseen accident.

Further evidence that Chernobyl was no accident comes from the suspicious circumstances of the disaster. As mentioned in the quote above from "The 10th Anniversary of the Chernobyl Catatrophe: The decisive facts must at last be brought into the public" (see below), the series of reported "mistakes" that went into the nuclear reactor explosion at Chernobyl are literally *unbelievable*. This is because what the world has been told is a lie. Soviet nuclear personnel intentionally took the steps necessary to generate a large-scale explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. As the author explains: "Nothing, nothing at all has the (Chernobyl) catastrophe to do with a coincidence of unfortunate accidents. On the contrary, what was conducted there must have lead directly to a ruinous accident."

But if Chernobyl wasn't an accident, why would it have occurred?

There are some who surmise that over the last twenty years Russia has grossly misled the West into a false sense of security in order to set the stage for a surprise nuclear third world war. In preparing to fight and survive such a war, Soviet leaders would want to conduct a long-term examination of the effects of massive, widespread radioactive contamination on people and the environment. This is a purpose Chernobyl has served.

That the Chernobyl disaster was planned and executed for the purpose of testing the effects of radioactive contamination on people and the food chain is supported by the fact that Soviet authorities completely failed to alert the local population of the disaster in a timely manner, did very little very late to protect them from exposure to radioactive contamination and allowed consumption of food exposed to contaminants.

The following simple and elementary precautions were not put into effect around Chernobyl , or were put into effect only after some delay:

- immediate broadcast of the news including instructions to stay indoors with windows and doors closed (this was not done until 36 hours had passed);

- ban on the consumption of fresh milk (after 7 days);

- ban on the consumption of locally produced fresh fruits and vegetables (after 7 days);

- immediate distribution of stable iodine (sodium or potassium iodide capsules) with instructions to swallow it immediately (an American offer of iodide capsules was refused.) During the earliest weeks after a disaster like Chernobyl, radioactive iodine-131, with a half-life of 8 days, is the principal source of irradiation. Providing stable iodide capsules to saturate the thyroid gland of people potentially exposed to contamination and prevent the uptake of carcinogenic radioactive iodine-131 which causes thyroid cancer is the most standard measure taken to protect a population in the vicinity of a nuclear disaster. That this was not done with the local population in the city of Pripyat and areas surrounding Chernobyl is mind-boggling.);

- immediate provision of protective clothing and respirators to the firemen, operating personnel and recovery workers (supposedly unavailable....at a nuclear power plant). Thousands of "liquidators" that were sent to contain the fire at Chernobyl were likewise provided with little or no protective clothing and/or breathing apparatuses. This in a nation where there had been a massive civil defense program for protecting its population from radiation exposure. Yet somehow most of the necessary supplies weren't provided at Chernobyl.

While the West has been led to believe that the Chernobyl accident and the complete failure to warn, protect and treat the surrounding population was simply the consequence of bureacratic bungling and incompetence, there is reason to suspect that the truth is what happened was done intentionally. People and the environment were intentionally exposed to radioactive contamination from Chernobyl, which released radiation 10 times greater than that caused by Hiroshima, to garner scientific knowledge of the effects of radiation on human beings and the environment over time. One of the only plausible explanations for a government conducting such a sick real world radiation experiment on its own people would be that the leadership is planning and preparing for nuclear war....an event that seems to be prophesized about in the Seventh Seal prophecy noted above.

The Chernobyl experiment may have been a critical starting point for Moscow in the implementation of a long-term plan, maybe of 20 years or so, geared to fight and win a nuclear war against the West. In order to prepare for surviving such a war, the Kremlin first wanted to test procedures and equipment that had been designed during the Cold War years to counter radioactive contamination and poisoning following a nuclear war. Also, Communist leaders realized the need to garner knowledge about the immediate and lasting effects of radioactive contamination on people, vegetation and livestock. Accordingly, during the mid-1980's, when Kremlin authorities decided to implement a multi-year plan that would end in a nuclear war against the West, they chose to first stage a major nuclear disaster in the Ukraine (the Soviet 'bread basket') as a useful preparatory experiment. From this diabolical experiment, Russian scientists, assisted by the West, have gathered a wealth of knowledge about the short-term and longer-term effects of radiation on people, plants and animals. Furthermore, the most effective equipment and procedures have been developed for dealing with radioactive contamination and poisoning. This, of course, will be of tremendous value if, indeed, Moscow is planning to fight and survive a global nuclear war.

NOTE: For those of you who have a hard time accepting the idea that Moscow is planning to wage a nuclear war against the West based upon the evidence from Chernobyl, you might examine the massive underground command and control centre, known as Yamantau Mountain, that Russia has been spending billions on over the past few decades. "History is a capricious creature. It depends on who writes it." Mikhail Gorbachev.

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Виктор, Mon, 01/28/2013 - 09:23.   |  
Alberto Vaona, Fri, 03/23/2012 - 16:32.   |  

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