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2015 Tianjin explosions

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If you’re planning on travelling to China, we have two pieces of advice:

  1. Do not look like a short seller
  2. Do not go near any chemical factories

Failing to heed the first tip there could get you thrown in jail (or, as Man Group’s China chief Li Yifei calls it, sent on a “short vacation”).

The consequences of failing to follow the second piece of advice above could be, how should we put this… explosive.

With Beijing still scrambling to contain the fallout (both figuratively and literally) from the devastating blast at Tianjin which killed some 160 people and injured more than 700 last month, the country is on edge. Two additional chemical blasts (both in Shandong) did little to calm China’s frayed nerves and now, a fourth blast, this time in Zhejiang, has been reported. Here’s Reuters:

2015 Tianjin explosions
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Fireball from the first explosion
Time ~23:30 CST (~15:30 UTC) onwards
Date 12 August 2015 – present
Venue Port of Tianjin
Location Binhai, Tianjin, China
Coordinates 39.0389°N 117.7371°ECoordinates: 39.0389°N 117.7371°E
Type Explosions, fire
Cause Under investigation
Deaths 159[1][2]
Non-fatal injuries 797[1][2]
Missing 14[1][2]
Footage Video

Location of the explosion

A series of explosions that killed over one hundred people and injured hundreds of others occurred at a container storage station at the Port of Tianjin on Wednesday, 12 August 2015. The first two explosions occurred within 30 seconds of each other at the facility, which is located in the Binhai New Area of Tianjin, China.[3][4] Fires caused by the initial explosions continued to burn uncontrolled throughout the weekend, repeatedly causing secondary explosions, with eight additional explosions occurring on Saturday, 15 August.

The cause of the explosions was not immediately known,[4] but Chinese state media reported that at least the initial blast was from unknown hazardous materials in shipping containers at a plant warehouse owned by Ruihai Logistics,[5] a firm specializing in handling hazardous materials.[3]

Poor coverage of the event and the emergency response to it received criticism.[6][7][8] The Chinese government also censored the internet and social media using the words “Tianjin” and “explosion”,[9] and announced it had taken down multiple websites for publishing “false” information.[10]

As of 2 September 2015, the official casualty report was 159 deaths, 14 missing, and 797 non-fatal injuries.


Tianjin Dongjiang Port Ruihai International Logistics (天津东疆保税港区瑞海国际物流有限公司), or Ruihai Logistics (瑞海物流), is a privately held logistics company established in 2011. It handles hazardous chemicals within the Port of Tianjin, such as compressed air, flammable and corrosive substances, oxidizing agents, and toxic chemicals. The company, which employs 70, is designated by the Tianjin Maritime Safety Administration (天津海事局) as an approved agent for handling these hazardous chemicals at the port,[11] and its operating license was renewed two months prior to the explosions.[12] Its 46,000-square-metre (500,000 sq ft) site contains multiple warehouses for hazardous goods, a fire pump and a fire pond.[13]

The warehouse building, owned by Ruihai Logistics, is recorded in a 2014 government document as being a hazardous chemical storage facility for calcium carbide, sodium nitrate, and potassium nitrate.[14] Safety regulations requiring that public buildings and facilities should be at least 1 kilometre away were not followed, and local inhabitants were unaware of the danger.[12][15] The authorities stated that poor record keeping, damage to the office facilities and “major discrepancies” with customs meant that they were unable to identify the substances stored.[16] State media revealed that Ruihai had only received its authorisation to handle dangerous chemicals less than two months earlier, meaning that it had been operating illegally from October 2014, when its temporary license had expired, to June 2015.[17][18]


The first reports of a fire at a warehouse in the Binhai New Area began coming in at around 22:50 local time (14:50 UTC) on 12 August. The first responders were unable to keep the fire from spreading. Firefighters who first arrived on the scene proceeded to douse the fire with water as they were unaware that dangerous chemicals were stored on the site, thereby setting in motion a series of more violent chemical reactions.[12][14]

At around 23:30 (15:30 UTC), the first explosion occurred and registered as a magnitude 2.3 earthquake. Initial reports estimate that the first explosion was equivalent to 3 tonnes of TNT. Shortly after, a second more powerful one occurred, causing most of the damage and injuries with shock-waves felt many kilometres away. The second explosion has been estimated to be equivalent to 21 tonnes of TNT. The resulting fireballs reached hundreds of meters high.[19][20][21][22] Around 11:40 (03:40 UTC) on 15 August, a series of eight explosions occurred in the port as fire from the original blasts continued to spread.[23][24][25]

The explosion was large enough to be photographed by the geostationary meteorological satellite, Himawari, operated by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).[26]


As of 2 September 2015, 159 people are confirmed to have died from the explosions, and 797 others have been injured. 14 people, mostly firefighters, remain missing.[2]

Several communities with around 5,600 inhabitants are known to exist within 1 km of the plant, the closest being only 600 m away.[12] Neither the developers nor the buyers were aware of the latent dangers of the activities at the nearby site.[27] According to the Tianjin government, more than 700 people were injured by the explosion,[28] many with extensive injuries, mostly from burns and explosive blast injuries. Over a thousand firefighters were on scene, 95 of whom have died.[29][30] Contact was lost with 9 firefighters,[30]but one survivor was found on the morning of 14 August, a 19-year-old named Zhou Ti (周倜[31]).[3][32][33][34][35] The death toll of the incident, which also includes 11 police officers, is reported to be the worst for Chinese front line responders since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949.[36][37]


Damaged car and building

Damaged buses

Damaged building

Photographs and videos showed extensive destruction in and around the warehouse compound,[38][39] with a massive crater at the blast site.[18] The buildings of seven more surrounding logistics companies were destroyed,[40] and large quantities of intermodal containerstacks have been toppled and thrown by the forces of the explosions.[38] More than eight thousand new cars from Hyundai, Kia,Volkswagen, Renault, and Toyota, parked in lots located near the blast site, have been largely burned as a result of the initial explosions.[41][42] Multiple buildings surrounding the blast site have been called “structurally unsafe”.[citation needed]

Apartment blocks 2 km (1.2 mi) from the site sustained shattered glass, loss of roof tiles and damage to ceilings – with 17,000 units being affected.[35][43] Nearby Donghai Road Station suffered severe damage as a result of the explosions and is closed indefinitely, as has the rest of Line 9 of the Tianjin Metro since 13 August.[44] A Japanese department store four kilometres away reported damage to walls and ceilings.[45] The explosions also affected the National Supercomputing Center of Tianjin several kilometres away, knocking out windows and causing some internal ceilings to collapse; the supercomputer itself was not damaged.[46]


It is not known what chemicals were being stored at the site.[15] In addition to vast quantities of sodium cyanide and calcium carbide, 800 tonnes of ammonium nitrate and 500 tonnes of potassium nitrate exploded, according to local reports.[18] On 17 August, the deputy director of the public security bureau‘s fire department told CCTV:

Over 40 kinds of hazardous chemicals [were stored on site]. As far as we know, there were ammonium nitrate and potassium nitrate. According to what we know so far, all together there should have been around 3,000 tonnes.[47]

Ammonium nitrate, which is principally used in manufacturing fertilizer, has been implicated in a number of other fatal industrial explosions. A fire department spokesman confirmed that firefighters had used water in combating the initial fire, which may have led to water being sprayed on calcium carbide, releasing the highly volatile gas acetylene. This may have detonated the ammonium nitrate.[48]


Heavy smoke

At least 700 tonnes of highly toxic sodium cyanide was stored at the site – 70 times the legal limit.[49][50][51] Sodium cyanide leakage has been reported in the sewer.[52][53] On 13 August, sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides, all of which are toxic, were detected within 500 m (1,600 ft) of the origin of the explosion, but the levels conformed with the national standards. The government maintained that gases were undetectable 2 km (1.2 mi) from the site during initial testing on 14 August.[16]

With the first rains after the initial explosions, coming on 18 August, white chemical foam covered the streets. Citizens complained of burning sensations and rashes on sensitive skin parts after coming into contact with rain droplets. However, meteorologists sought to reassure the public that the rain was not directly harmful to health, whilst the Environment Protection Board advised against exposure to the rain due to traces of cyanide dust reacting with water.[54]

Thousands of dead sticklebacks washed up on the banks 6 km from the explosion site on 20 August, fuelling fears of water contamination. Officials downplayed the fears, saying that there were not high levels of cyanide in the river and that the fish likely died due to oxygen depletion in the water.[55]

Rain on 25 August 2015 in the Binhai New Area brought more complaints of skin burns from volunteers and journalists. A bright white foam also appeared on the streets. Deng Xiaowen, director of Tianjin’s environmental monitoring centre, stated that the foam was “a normal phenomenon when rain falls, and similar things have occurred before”.[56]

Aftermath and emergency response[edit]

Two security inspectors wearingrespirators near the barricade tape of the scene

The morning following the explosion military personnel began to arrive in Tianjin to help with the search and recovery efforts. Extra equipment, such as bulldozers, were brought in to help with the clean-up operation. Over 200 nuclear and biochemical experts, including a team from the International Atomic Energy Agency, began arriving in Tianjin to assess the health risks from the chemicals being released into the atmosphere. Government personnel set up twelve temporary monitoring stations near the blast site with above normal levels of “harmful air pollutants” being detected. A nearby drainage outlet was also closed, and water quality tested.[57]

At 14:30 (06:30 UTC) on 13 August, firefighting was suspended due to the uncertainty of the content and quantity of hazardous materials being stored on site. A team of over 200 chemical specialists was deployed to the site to assess the hazardous materials on site and dangers to the environment, and to determine the best way to put out the remaining fires and proceed with search and rescue and clean-up operations.[20]

On 13 August, rescue personnel were dispatched in an attempt to remove the 700 tonnes of sodium cyanide believed to be stored at the site, with hydrogen peroxide being prepared to neutralise the chemicals.[58] Daily press conferences were organised. A press conference organised by local officials held on 14 August came to an abrupt end when a journalist began asking questions as to why such dangerous chemicals were stockpiled so near to housing estates.[27]

Initially, more than 3,500 area residents were staying in temporary shelters,[58] however, as of 15 August, this number has grown to more than 6,000.[59] The government issued an evacuation order over concerns of further explosions; not all residents complied.[35]

Several hours after the initial blast, at 3:30 am on 13 August, Tianjin mayor and acting Communist Party SecretaryHuang Xingguo arrived at TEDA Hospital to visit injured victims. Shortly thereafter, Guo Shengkun, the Minister of Public Security, visited the blast site in Tianjin and called for all-out efforts to save lives.[60] The next few days saw more senior officials visit the explosion site, including Vice-Premier Liu Yandong, Vice-Premier Ma Kai, and Premier Li Keqiang accompanied by State Councilor Yang Jing. At the press conferences, the district governor of Binhai New Area addressed the press.[61]

On 15 August, local authorities ordered the evacuation of residents within a 3 km (1.9 mi) radius of the blast site, prompted by the threat of “toxic substances”,[62] includingsodium cyanide.[25]

The State Council ordered inspections of all businesses using dangerous chemicals and explosives across the country.[15][49]


Ruihai is owned via proxies by Yu Xuewei, a former senior executive at Sinochem, and Dong Shexuan, who serves as the company’s vice-president and is now under police custody. Dong Shexuan is the son of Tianjin port’s former police chief Dong Peijun, who was a colleague of Wu Changshun, the former chief of the public security bureau of Tianjin. The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), CPC’s anti-corruption body, charged Wu Changshun with bribery in 2014; Dong Peijun was also under investigation for corruption, but died that year.[63]


After the explosions, the CCDI placed Yang Dongliang, Director of the State Administration of Work Safety and China’s highest work-safety official, under investigation on 18 August 2015. Yang had previously served as Tianjin’s vice mayor for 11 years. In 2012, Yang Dongliang had issued an order to loosen rules for the handling of hazardous substances, which may have enabled Ruihai to store toxic chemicals such as sodium cyanide.[63]

On 27 August, Xinhua reported that police had arrested twelve people with suspected connections to the explosions, including Ruihai Logistics’ chairman, vice-chairman, and at least three other managers, with the other seven people unnamed.[64]

Media coverage[edit]

Professional media[edit]

Tianjin authorities banned editors and reporters from sharing information about the disaster on Weibo and WeChat, and websites were ordered to follow state media.[65]

The Tianjin internet police warned social media users to use only official casualty figures.[66]

Tianjin Television had reported the explosion on their early morning news at 7:00 am,[67][68] but citizens complained that the station had not reported live nor updated on the event, showing instead soap operas eight hours later.[6][7][8]

Social media[edit]

A great deal of specific information on the event, including the majority of early stage video was first released over social media sites, and in particular microblogging platformslike Weibo. Major media has drawn heavily from social media sources, greatly widening the audience. The Economist noted, “Social media fills in the blanks left by official narratives of the Tianjin disaster. The most remarkable feature of the aftermath of the explosions in Tianjin, in northern China, has been the extraordinary contrast between the official reaction to the crisis, which has been profoundly flawed, and the online reaction, which has entirely dominated the agenda.”[69]

Censorship and criticism[edit]

Chinese authorities reportedly attempted to censor professional and social media reports.[70] The censorship rate increased tenfold on the social media site Weibo,[71] with users reporting that their posts regarding the blasts are being deleted, with the words “Tianjin” and “explosion” being the most censored.[6][7][9][72]

The Cyberspace Administration of China banned all journalists from posting to social media, and insisted on strict adherence to Xinhua copy. On 15 August, it announced that it had shut down 18 websites and suspended 32 more for spreading false information.[10][73][74][75][76] More than 360 Weibo and public WeChat accounts which had allegedly been spreading such false rumors have been “punished according to laws”. Of these accounts, over 160 were shut down permanently.[77]

Press freedom organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF) accused the Chinese state media of playing up the heroic efforts of rescue workers and firefighters while downplaying the causes of the explosions and the number of casualties. RSF said that censorship by the Chinese authorities showed “a flagrant indifference to the public’s legitimate concerns”.[10]

Foreign coverage[edit]

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Voice of America video report

BBC, AP, UPI, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, and many other major media outlets dispatched journalists to Tianjin.

A CNN correspondent was interrupted by bystanders and forced to leave during a live report outside TEDA Hospital.[6][78] A journalist from the Beijing News reported that he and two other reporters were chased by police, caught, searched, and made to delete photographs from their cameras and computers.[79]


Immediately following the blasts, company registry site went off-line, fuelling suspicions that an attempt was being made to shield owners with powerful connections. For several successive days, local residents seeking compensation for their now worthless homes protested in front of the venue of the daily press conference, they were joined by distraught families of missing firefighters, and confronted police angrily.[43][49][51]

The Chinese public security minister threatened to severely punish those found to be responsible for the explosions. However, typical of past practices of censorship and obfuscation, the authorities did not release any significant information for several days about the chemicals and circumstances, causing public anger to mount during this time.[80][81] Marking an official change of tack, the official People’s Daily joined in to criticise local officials’ lack of candour and their use of bureaucratic jargon.[43][81] In addition, the Global Times remarked on the inadequacy of emergency response and the reluctance of high-ranking officials to answer the public’s questions and address their concerns until four days after the blasts.[43] The People’s Daily acknowledged that public scepticism of the reported death toll was fuelling rampant rumours; there was also disquiet over the emergency assistance provided and the way the aftermath was being handled.[82][83] Attempting to defuse widespread anger at the lack of official transparency, mouthpieces of the ruling party declared that investigations would be thorough and transparent.[84] Former deputy mayor, Yang Dongliang, was put under investigation for corruption; mayor Huang Xingguo proclaimed his “unshirkable responsibility for this accident”.[81][85] Authorities also released information about the ownership of Ruihai, as well as a confession for the proxy shareholdings.[81]

Meanwhile, Greenpeace Asia alleged that two Sinochem subsidiaries – Sinochem Tianjin Binhai Logistics Company (with a 130,000-square-metre (1,400,000 sq ft) site) and Tianjin Port Sinochem Hazardous Goods Logistics Company Ltd. – had warehouses in the vicinity in close proximity to a primary and a nursery school, meaning that both were also in similar breach of laws.[85]

Observers state that top officials always attempt to show such disasters as isolated instances, have never accepted political accountability nor addressed the underlying governance issues, and have always heavily censored any criticism of the central government.[80][81] Willy Lam, professor at CUHK and senior fellow at The Jamestown Foundation, noted the highly unusual 4 days it took for Li Keqiang to make an official visit, suggesting that the lack of a top-ranking visitor to a major disaster site within 48 hours despite the proximity to Beijing reflected “division among the leadership on who should be the fall guy.”

Caught On Tape: Another Huge Chemical Warehouse Explosion Rocks China

Who could have seen this coming?

We’ll await the details which we imagine will suggest that, as was the case in Tianjin, many more tonnes of something terribly toxic were stored than is allowed under China’s regulatory regime which apparently only applies to those who are not somehow connected to the Politburo. Indeed, The People’s Daily is reporting that the plant contained adiponitrile, which the CDC says can cause “irritation eyes, skin, respiratory system; headache, dizziness, lassitude (weakness, exhaustion), confusion, convulsions; blurred vision; dyspnea (breathing difficulty); abdominal pain, nausea, [and] vomiting.”

There are two videos shown below. As of now, there’s some confusion as to which is authentic.

From BBC:

An explosion has been reported at a chemical plant in China’s eastern province of Shandong.

Large flames can be seen from the site of the blast in Zibo County. There are so far no reports of any casualties.

The People’s Daily said a warehouse at the plant exploded and firefighters are at the scene. There is a residential area about 1km from the plant.

Earlier this month blasts in the northern city of Tianjin killed at least 116 people, with hundreds hurt.

Unverified YouTube footage showed a massive explosion at the Shandong plant.

It is not yet clear if homes in the Shandong area have been damaged.

And from Reuters:

The factory produced adiponitrile, a colorless liquid that releases poisonous gases when it reacts with fire, the People’s Daily said, citing the state-run Beijing Times.

Seven fire brigades consisting of a total of 150 fire fighters and 20 fire engines were sent to the scene and fire brigades that are trained to work with fires involving chemicals are being dispatched, Xinhua said.

Windows shattered in the village where the blast occurred, state media said, and tremors reverberated within 2 kilometers (1 mile) of the site of the explosion.

2015 Dongying explosion

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
2015 Tianjin explosions
Time ~23:22 CST (~15:30 UTC) onwards
Date 31 August 2015 – present
Venue Chemical factory
Location Dongying, Shangdong, China
Type Explosion, fire
Cause Under investigation
Deaths 1

The 2015 Dongyin explosion was an explosion that occurred at the Diao Kou Xiang Bin Yuan Chemical Co.[1] in Dongying,Shangdong, starting on Monday, 31 August, and killing one person.[2] The blast was so massive it could be seen and heard from a great distance. The subsequent blaze was extinguished about five hours later.

Twelve government officials and company executives were detained.

Another Chinese Chemical Plant Explodes, Huge Clouds Of Black Smoke Billow Skyward

An explosion shook a chemical plant in the Chinese province of Zhejiang, state media said on Monday, though there were no immediate reports of casualties in a country on edge after blasts killed more than 160 people last month.

The blast caused a fire and thick smoke to bellow from the plant in Lishui city shortly before midnight, state radio said on its official Weibo microblog.

With Tianjin it was sodium cyanide and with Shandong adiponitrile – looking at the visuals below, we can’t help but wonder what’s now being disbursed into the air over Zhejiang.

Here are the visuals:


When Prediciton Comes True…


August stock market turmoil prediction fulfillment and what it means 

By Goro

August 28, 2015

[August 2015 stock market turmoil]

After all these years of doing this, it’s still quite surreal. You make a unique, specific prediction or pattern projection, and right when it’s supposed to happen, it does. The prediction was first discussed in February on STRUG, then publicly/Etemenanki on August 2nd (see “Dog Days Prophecy“).

It unfolded before our eyes in August, dramatic news headlines we had foreseen months ago. There were otherwise no indications that stock markets would be in historic turmoil in August 2015. The stock market is unpredictable and on top of that historically the month of August is not known for market chaos. On top of that, there was a great doom buzz on the internet about September, making everyone overlook August (which actually made me more confident about August). In other words, my prediction was unique, improbable, and yet it still came true.

From Dog Days Prophecy I posted here on August 2nd (red emphasis added):

It is highly significant therefore that Regulus and Jupiter will be in “royal” conjunction on ~August 11.

Remarkably ~August 11, 2015 is also pinpointed by a “Mayanfinancial crisis” time code I started highlighting back in February (STRUG) which is based on the Golden Ratio (“phi”) and at least three major dates/events […]

The financial crisis theme is underscored by an additionalequidistant Mayan timeline coming from the May 6, 2010 “Flash Crash” (Dow Jones) pinpointing August 8, 2015, just 3 days before August 11 […]

The point is not necessarily that we will have another such literal financial crisis in August 2015. But that we will have some notable event(s) heavily resonating with these things. [End quote]

On August 11th, the exact day predicted in my time code (“window #1”), China devalued its currency out of nowhere and destabilized global stock markets.

Then starting on August 20th, the exact date I had pinpointed as the start of “window #2” (Aug 20-26), stock markets started to really panic (still due to China), making big headlines around the world. The exact situation we had foreseen.

  • ~Aug 22: Heliacal rising of Sirius at Paris latitude (48.86 N)
  • ~Aug 24: Heliacal rising of Venus at Paris & London latitude
  • ~Aug 24: Heliacal rising of Sirius at London latitude (51.5 N)

There’s no room for denial here: This stock market turmoil of August 2015 was accurately anticipated in my articles months ahead of the event. I rarely discuss stock markets or economy, or make predictions about them. But here I did. Both the timing and the type of event predicted were specific and unlikely. Both proved undeniably accurate.

Relevant articles:
Feb 18, 2015 August 2015 – Major Crisis? [STRUG]
Aug 02, 2015 Dog Days Prophecy

Even though here on Etemenanki/STRUG dealing with future patterns is what we do day in and day out, it’s still not often that we get to see a fulfillment of a projected pattern in this dramatic, direct and undeniable way. And this is very valuable and something that isneeded… because, well, here is how I put it at the beginning of my 2011 article Lucifer’s Destiny:

What I write about on this website – all things “multicontextual” – tend to perplex people. So out of alignment is it with most people’s normal mode of thinking that they get disoriented and end up leaving in a state of confusion. Their inner knowing may recognize a higher order of “truth” but the conscious mind needs a lot more convincing and time before it can digest and begins to concede that there is such thing as “multicontextual coherence” – typically expressed as synchronicities – that underlies reality beyond the threshed of what is normally considered possible.

It’s one thing to notice bits and pieces of “meaningful coincidences” in life. It’s harmless. Numerology? Cute. Symbolism? Entertaining. Maybe even inspiring. But when it gets to the point of super interchontextual coherence – which is what I highlight and demonstrate on this website – it apparently gets a little discombobulating and even “scary” for many. The ordinary mind tries to find a way to squash it, so that order is restored, no need to radically revise one’s view of the world. To accept it is to reject a fundamental bedrock of one’s practical but incomplete understanding of reality. That would be like experiencing a catastrophic earthquake and then having to rebuild a city. It’s a tall order. It takes great effort and commitment. Something we don’t normally look forward to.

So I understand the psychological effects. It can be an instant crossroads in that the mind has to make a big decision concerning the nature of reality itself. Consciously or unconsciously this pressure is felt and it makes many uncomfortable. But such is the nature of truth. Truth, more often than not, becomes inconvenience. You either decide to accept it or deny it. Life is a series of these decisions. You keep denying and it takes its toll. There is you, there is truth, and in between is time.

The more we go against truth, the more trapped we get in time. And it gets heavier and heavier… until it collapses like a star into a black hole. We need to short circuit the process and escape time. For that, finding truth and accepting it must be our priority. It takes a lot of energy and focus because truth hides like fox and we must chase it into the rabbit hole where it’s dark and you’ll need a map to navigate effectively otherwise you just end up going in circles. This “map” or “radar” is what is signified by what I call multicontextual (or intercontextual) coherence. It’s a bit like using a Venn diagram; you go for the most heavily layered area for the most universal “answer”. Put another way, it’s like a “meta analysis” of synchronicities. A “meaningful coincidence” here, another synchronicity there, and another there… This much people can notice and they try to interpret each such “sign”. But they don’t think to or don’t know how to find connections between these “coincidences” that unify them. The area of such unification – coherence – is the blip on the radar or an arrow pointing to the direction of truth.

How do I know? Because truth necessarily transcends time and that means you’d know you’re on the right path when the “map” you’re using begins to point to, by way of projecting patterns forward, things/events in the future that come true. That’s the “Holy Grail” in the search for hidden truth. It’s the Stone of Destiny.

I’ve been at this for many years now and have long realized that it’s through the use of this “Holy Grail” – making the hidden nature of reality undeniable via accurate predictions – that the readers’ conscious mind can be sufficiently and quickly motivated to start “revising” its model of reality. It becomes a “wake-up call” that facilitates a plunge into the rabbit hole.

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The internet is vast and there are so many people claiming to know what’s going on, the truth, or the future in terms of how the world or reality works. I’m sure you know some/many of them. Conspiratorial, religious, political, psychic, doomtard, you name it, they are everywhere. But how many of them can actually back up their claim? The only clear way to demonstrate one’s deeper understanding/knowledge is to make accurate, improbable predictions. How many times have you actually seen them do that? Probably never. Once perhaps, but even a broken watch is right at least once a day.

Here, on Etemenanki/STRUG, you actually do regularly witness accurate predictions. Often in an indirect way but sometimes quite dramatic as was the case here. It’s been this way for nearly two decades now. I do what I do and back up what I say without claiming to hear Jesus, or blaming everything on conspiracies, or being driven by politics, or claiming to be psychic, or belonging to any organizations or belief systems. The combination is partly why my websites manage to stay relatively unknown. (People see my information and the unique value of it, but they hesitate to share it with others, because it’s so “out of context” and I don’t belong to any “social club” so to speak. It’s a curious human behavior.)

Bottom line, you’ve seen who can and who can’t back up their alternative view of reality. And the winner may not be who you would have preferred. (Religious folks would have liked to see someone from their own belief system backing up their claims, for example.) But here we are, you’ve witnessed something that should be impossible with your own eyes. Now what are you going to do about it? Are you going to pretend this didn’t happen to protect your belief system? Are you going to start stealing information to bolster your own group/chosen belief system? Or are you going to change your world view based on what you know to be true? It’s up to you to move forward or get stuck.

If you have no problem accepting the truth, one thing you can do to help is to start telling others about my websites. This is not something I’ve done in the past (i.e. encouraging to share) but I feel the time is right for this kind of information and actual source of the information to get more exposure. Time for truth to whisper a little louder. You can also help me (and yourself actually) by subscribing to STRUG where information moves much more rapidly and goes much deeper. It’s time to allow truth to flow more naturally in the world and you can help start the domino.

NOTE: For a limited time, you can subscribe to STRUG for a deeply discounted price: $9.95/3 months (normally $14.95), $19.95/6 months (normally $26.95). Don’t miss this opportunity to jump in the rabbit hole!

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Dog Days Prophecy


Sirius, Regulus, Super Bowl, financial crises, earthquakes & August 2015 Lucifer time codes

By Goro

August 02, 2015

[Great Sphinx aka “Father of Terror”]

[NOTE 8/24/2015: Yes, the global stock market chaos of August 2015 was quite precisely predicted in this article (made public on Aug 2, 2015) as you’ll below. And if you’re new here, this is not a fluke as this is what I do on my websites (Etemenanki & STRUG). You may find the approach baffling, but you can’t argue with the results. Key parts of the following information predicting a market woes in August 2015 were originally posted all the way back in February on STRUG (members only).]

Terror was the opening music for the year 2015, potentially foreshadowing what may transpire in August

Our job here is to discern and decode a set of “time codes” lurking just below the surface of reality which in this case is celestially anchored by two stars: Sirius and Regulus.

Sirius is the star of Isis per ancient Egyptian tradition, and Paris(“Par-Isis”) is semi-officially a city of Isis-Sirius where we find the Historical Axis (including the world-famous Champs Elysees boulevard) oriented toward the daily rising of Sirius.

The same axis happens to align with the sunset on August 6–8

…as well as May 4–5 which this year gave us highly meaningful events already:

The Historical Axis also aligns with sunrise around February 1 (& Nov 9–11). This one coincided with the Super Bowl where Katy Perry did her halftime show in Phoenix this year.

On STRUG (“Super Torch Ritual Underground” members/underground area) I noted back in February that University of Phoenix Stadium(Super Bowl 2015) has some serious Sirius alignments

…plus the fact that at the latitude of Phoenix (~33.45 N) theheliacal rising of Sirius takes place around August 7th, preciselycoinciding with the Paris axis-sunset alignment day.

(The heliacal rising of Sirius is the “rebirth” of the star at dawn right before sunrise after a prolonged period of invisibility in the glare of the Sun; in ancient Egypt this was of great importance as it was for a period of time a signal for the life-giving annual flooding of the Nile, and also due to the general importance of the star and the goddess it represents, Isis.)

On the same day (~August 7, 2015) we’ll even see a tight gathering of Jupiter, Mercury and Regulus at the “heart” of the lion (Leo)…

…bringing to mind the fact that Katy Perry spends most of her time at the heart/Regulus position between the paws of the Sphinx (lion/Leo) in her 2014 music video for Dark Horse

…something evoked during the opening scene of Katy’s 2015 Super Bowl halftime show (riding a giant lion).

Regulus is one of the brightest stars in the night sky, which is not only the “heart of the lion” but also “prince” (or “little king”) as well as “the King”, just as Jupiter is named after the king of the gods. It is highly significant therefore that Regulus and Jupiter will be in “royal” conjunction on ~August 11.

Remarkably ~August 11, 2015 is also pinpointed by a “Mayan financial crisis” time code I started highlighting back in February (STRUG) which is based on the Golden Ratio (“phi”) and at least three major dates/events: 1) Transit of Venus (2004), 2) the day the US financial system almost came crashing down (9/14/2008), and 3) the “end” of the Mayan calendar (12/21/2012):

[Transit of Venus – June 8, 2004 & June 6, 2012 –
rare phenomenon of Venus passing in front of the Sun]

Sep 14, 2008 Lehman Files for Bankruptcy; Merrill Is Sold
Sep 15, 2008 Crisis on Wall Street as Lehman Totters, Merrill Is Sold, AIG Seeks to Raise Cash
[Wikipedia – Global financial crisis in September 2008]
[“Inside the Meltdown” (PBS) video]

The financial crisis theme is underscored by an additional equidistant Mayan timeline coming from the May 6, 2010 “Flash Crash” (Dow Jones) pinpointing August 8, 2015, just 3 days before August 11:

[May 06, 2010 Dow freefalls almost 1,000 points, pulls back]

The point is not necessarily that we will have another such literal financial crisis in August 2015. But that we will have some notable event(s) heavily resonating with these things.

~~ UPDATE ~~

The pattern has been confirmed, as China’s surprise move to devalue
its currency on August 11, 2015 destabilized global markets…


[Original article resuming…]

On to the next set of time codes, with a temporal focus more on thelatter half of August…

As I’ve noted many times in the past, Regulus is annually illuminated by the Sun on ~August 21–23

And it just so happens that it coincides with the heliacal rising of Sirius specifically at the latitude of Paris (~August 22)! But that’s not all…

This year it will also coincide with Venus‘s rebirth as the Morning Star around August 21. (Until mid August before its inferior conjunction Venus is in its Evening Star phase.) This of course connects right back to the Transit of Venus which is a very precise form of the Venus inferior conjunction (= Earth-Venus-Sun alignment) that always immediately precedes the birth of the Morning Star.

This is very important because “Morning Star” is the original meaning of the term/name “Lucifer“. And it just so happens that in the movieLucy released in July 2014 we see Lucy’s driver’s license expiring specifically on “August 24, 2015“.

What’s more, August 24 will be the anniversary of last year’s bigearthquake (8/24/2014) in the “phoenix city” San Francisco

[Aug 24, 2014 Strongest quake in 25 years strikes San Francisco]
[San Francisco flag]

…which was widely reported as the biggest one there since 1989. Perhaps not coincidentally Taylor Swift’s enormously popular latest album (October 2014) is titled “1989“, and its current hit single as of August 2015, Bad Blood, is about her feud with Katy Perry.

Lucifer” is also the name given (in the novel version) to the ignited Jupiter (the second sun) in 2010… the “Year We Make Contact”.

Here Katy Perry is again a key piece of the puzzle as one of the big multicontextual signals transmitted through her Super Bowl halftimeshow was “2010“. Though unnoticed by the huge audience (except on STRUG), it was right there in the opening scene where Katy rode into the field on a metallic tiger/lion…

…alluding to the year 2010 as it happens to correspond to the ChineseYear of the Metal Tiger (= 2010).

The coincidence is supplemented by the fact that…

One: Katy (Super Bowl) was in Phoenix just as the project that leads to the Jupiter ignition, the birth of “Lucifer“, is named “Phoenix” in2010.

Two: The Super Bowl’s Phoenix stadium is aligned with the 2010Chilean mega quake (8.8 magnitude) which ranks as the sixth largest earthquake ever recorded by a seismograph.

The earthquake connection becomes even more significant/ominous with the following…

Jupiter transforming into “Lucifer” implies a Jupiter-Venus/Morning Star combination. That’s exactly what we’ll have during the samewindow right at the time of the birth of the Morning Star (~Aug 21, 2015). This will be in the form of what we’ve been calling the “Lucifer Alignment“, i.e. a Venus-Sun-Jupiter alignment.

In my view this will complete a sequence that started with a similarSun-Venus-Jupiter alignment back on April 25–26, 2015

…which precisely coincided with the Nepal earthquake catastrophe (April 25, 2015).

Apr 25, 2015 7.9 mag earthquake rattles Nepal 50 miles from capital
Apr 25 Strong earthquake rocks Nepal, damages Kathmandu

As I wrote back on April 11 (STRUG, but also mentioned in the May 3public update) before the Nepal quake:

It’s likely that the events around April 25–26 and August 21–23 are designed to interact to form a bigger picture and give us deeper insights as to what’s happening under the surface of reality this year.

So the “Big One” is certainly in the air as well…

That’s basically (there is so much more) where we are as we head into the month of August in terms of Luciferic multicontextual patterns of 2015. Though we can’t be sure how visible the pattern manifestations will be, it’s quite certain that we will see highly meaningful events in August that will fit and advance the pattern. Either it will be a fulfillment of the “Dog Days prophecy” or it will be a “Dog Days prophecy”. Or of course, both.

There is actually a much larger picture surrounding all this that we haven’t even touched on yet that’s beyond doom and gloom. Inter-dimensional “awakening”…

P.S. August off to a very telling start… Lions everywhere:

Jul 28, 2015 American man wanted in killing of Cecil the lion
Aug 01 Cecil the lion’s brother, Jericho, also illegally killed in Zimbabwe
Aug 02 Confirmed: Jericho the lion is alive
Aug 02 New lion poaching charge against 2nd American*    *    *

Aug 11, 2015 China devalues yuan in shocking move
Aug 11 Dow plunges triple digits on surprise yuan devaluation
Aug 12 China’s yuan currency falls for a second day
Aug 12 Global markets plunge on yuan’s drop

Aug 14 China explosions: Fires still burning after Tianjin blasts
Aug 15 Death toll from Tianjin explosions climbs to over 100
Aug 15 New explosions rock site of deadly blasts in China
Aug 15 China Tianjin blasts: Evacuations as sodium cyanide found

Aug 17 Bangkok bomb: Deadly blast rocks Thailand capital
Aug 17 Large explosion rocks central Bangkok
Aug 20 North and South Korea exchange fire
Aug 20 South Korea evacuation after exchange of fire with North Korea

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Twin Explosion China And Russia more 44 Dead 700 Injured

Massive explosions have hit China’s northern city of Tianjin, leaving at least 17 people dead and hundreds more injured.

State media said the blasts happened in a warehouse storing “dangerous and chemical goods” in the port area of the city.

Pictures and video on social media showed flames lighting up the sky, and buildings are said to have collapsed.

Hospitals are reported to be overwhelmed with casualties.

President Xi Jinping has urged “all-out efforts” to rescue victims and contain the fire, Xinhua state news agency said.

Widespread damage from blasts in Tianjin. 13 Aug 2015
Daylight revealed the extent of the devastation in Tianjin
Widespread damage from blasts in Tianjin. 13 Aug 2015
Buildings and hundreds of cars in the port area were destroyed
Workers dormitories destroyed in Tianjin. 13 Aug 2015
Workers’ dormitories in the port area were also destroyed

State broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV) said a shipment of explosives had detonated but this was not confirmed.

State media also said senior managers of Ruihai Logistics, which owned the warehouse where the explosion took place, were being questioned by authorities.

The first explosion at about 23:30 (15:30 GMT) on Wednesday was followed by another, more powerful blast, seconds later. Shockwaves were felt several kilometres away.

BBC Chinese Service editor Raymond Li says all indications are that it was an industrial accident.

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At the scene: John Sudworth, BBC News, Tianjin

The apartment complex closest to the explosion has eight rows of high-rise tower blocks.

In every one of them, almost every window has been blown out. On the ground outside are the signs of the many families who have fled from their beds in a hurry – a woman’s shoe, children’s toys, mangled bicycles.

There would have been many injured here. Inside the homes, furniture has been picked up as if by a whirlwind and interior doors lie at angles, ripped off their hinges.

It may be a long time before the cause of the explosion is known. Such is the scale of this disaster that for now, the authorities are simply struggling to achieve an accurate account of the numbers of dead and injured.

Travelling into Tianjin blast zone

Blast ‘like end of the world’

Tianjin pictures reveal devastation

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The China Earthquake Networks Centre said the magnitude of the first explosion was the equivalent of detonating three tons of TNT, while the second was the equivalent of 21 tonnes of the explosive.

Further blasts were subsequently triggered nearby, Xinhua said.

CCTV said four firefighters were among the dead and that more than 400 people had been injured, at least 32 of them critically.

Media captionDebris is seen amidst billowing smoke at the explosion site in Tianjin
Media captionThe BBC’s Rico Hizon reports on how social media spread the news about the Tianjin explosion

BBC producer Xinyan Yu, who is in Tianjin, said workers’ dormitories were among the buildings destroyed.

Hours later, fires were still burning and 100 fire engines were at the scene, reportedCCTV.

One witness, named only as Ms Yang, told local media she was out shopping when “suddenly from behind there was a big fireball and explosion”.

Damage in Tianjin after blasts. 13 Aug 2015
Fires were still burning hours after the explosions
Smoke and fire erupt into the night sky after an explosion in the Binhai area, photo released by Xinhua 12/08/2015
The initial fireball lit up the sky above Tianjin
People take shelter on the street after Tianjin explosion 12/08/2015
People went down on to the streets seeking shelter after the blasts
People stand in the street in Binhai, in the Tianjin area 12/08/2015
Some seemed dazed, others distraught
Vehicles can be seen burning at Binhai after huge explosions 12/08/2015
The force of the blasts shook buildings and set parked vehicles alight

“At the time of the explosion the ground was shaking fiercely, nearby cars and buildings were shaking, glass from a few buildings all broke and everyone started to run,” she said.

“Now all the residents are gathered in the street.”

Another witness, Canadian teacher Monica Andrews, told how she woke in panic after what she thought was an earthquake.

Media caption“The amount of light the explosion lit up was crazy”

“I… looked out the window and the sky was red. I just watched a second explosion go off and [it was] just pure chaos, everyone leaving their apartment buildings thinking it’s an earthquake, cars trying to leave the complex. It was crazy,” she told the BBC.

China National Radio said cracks were visible in buildings near the site of the blast.

Several tower blocks near the port area are without power, CCTV added.

Tianjin, home to some 15 million people, is a major port and industrial area to the south-east of the Chinese capital, Beijing,


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