Strange energy pulse traversed America in 21 minutes

According to a YouTuber who calls himself MrMBB333, seismographs show that beginning at around 2:48 AM on Saturday, May 12, 2018, a wave of energy went from America’s east coast to the west coast in 21 minutes.

Assuming it’s 3,000 miles from coast to coast, this means the energy pulse traveled at a speed of 8,571 mph, which is 11.5 Mach.

The energy strength was the same all the way across the country. If it were an earthquake, which it wasn’t, it would be of 2.0 magnitude.

Below are the times when the energy wave hit each state, followed by a map of the USA on which I’ve painted (in red) the times:

2:48 AM – Maine
2:48 – Massachusetts
2:50 – New York
2:50 – Pennsylvania
2:50 – North Carolina
2:51 – Florida
2:52 – Virginia
2:52 – West Virginia
2:52 – Ohio
2:52/53 – Michigan
2:53 – Indiana
2:54 – Alabama
2:54 – Tennessee
2:55/56 – Mississippi
2:56 – Missouri
2:56 – Iowa
2:57/58 – Minnesota
2:58 – Kansas
3:02 – Oklahoma
3:02 – Texas
3:03 – Wyoming
3:04 – Colorado
3:02/05 – Montana
3:06 – Arizona
3:07 – Idaho
3:08 – Oregon
3:09 – Washington

↓Click map to enlarge↓

What do you think it was?

~Eowyn

83 responses to “Strange energy pulse traversed America in 21 minutes

  1. New HAARP tech?

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  2. Whatever it was, they’re likely contemplating experimenting on us. How long it takes to “spread” something? Yikes!

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  3. Well, I think the Space Station orbits at about 12,000 MPH. Escape velocity is about 16,000 I believe. My guess is something from space or some new hypersonic weaponry.

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  4. Sorry, none of the above. It is a wave of Illegals running away from the migra so they are not sent back, O’bongo and the gang, Comey, Lynch, Muller, trying to get away from Killary, and the list goes on, oh wait and what’s left off the swamp, McCain, Red Bernie Sanders, Latrine Waters, Pocahontas………

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    • I think you’re on to something Alma. When I was young I once worked at a place that hired a lot of illegals. Every time La Migra showed up there was a denim-colored “wave” moving up the hillside through the trees.

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  5. Hadenoughalready

    Just a thought but isn’t there a time differential between here, the US, and the Middle East? Jerusalem, per se?
    I recall it being said that “our time is not God’s time”…hhmmm
    Perhaps an opposite to “Naqba Day”, anyone?
    Yup! Call me NUTS. No problem…lol

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    • I have no idea what you mean!

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      • Hadenoughalready

        Write me.

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        • Why can’t you explain on FOTM? I’m sure other readers don’t understand your comment either.

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          • Hadenoughalready

            I’ll let you folks ponder it with these things in mind:
            Trump declares Jerusalem capital. Jerusalem acknowledged as Israel’s rightful capital. Embassy move. This is the Year of Jubilees (70 years since Israel re-established – as per prophecy).
            Since “energy” does not stop, but, rather, goes full circle, I just wonder where else this “pulse” was felt/recorded…?
            We can all agree that we’re living in prophetic times, right? Can also agree that nothing should be taken as a “coincidence”?
            Just a thought; as I said.

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            • “We can all agree that we’re living in prophetic times, right?”

              I don’t.

              What makes you think moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem is some fulfillment of God’s plan? Today’s Jews aren’t even bio descendants of the ancient Hebrews.

              Revelation 2:9: “I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.”

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              • Neither do I. I don’t think that the condition of “Israel (the state)” has anything to do with prophecy. Israel “the people of God” are what matters, wherever they find themselves.

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              • Hadenoughalready

                And you wonder why people are hesitant to comment.
                Good luck!

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                • So what you’re saying is that readers can write whatever comment they want, but woe be to me if I so much as voice my disagreement?

                  Don’t you have the courage of your conviction? If you do, why can’t you disagree with me, using logic, evidence and reasoning?

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                  • I’m also completely gobsmacked why Americans (1) overlook Israel’s control of U.S. foreign policy, the media, and Hollywood; and (2) Evangelical Americans are simply trembling with joy and anticipation over “the fulfillment of prophecy” — that is, the IMPENDING apocalyptic end of the world, wherein humans, animals and all life end in excruciating agony.

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                    • I think this is one of the fundamental differences with some fundamentalist sects. It is far too much like Judaism. There are a “chosen” group. It’s like a game show. If you “win” you get to join in the fun. Somehow, Israel (the state) is necessary to make the prizes arrive.

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                    • I honestly don’t understand their orgasmic elation anticipating the arrival of apocalypse.

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                    • Neither do I. It’s sick and distorted. It may be something, but it isn’t Christianity.

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                    • (Leaving aside humans) To be overjoyed at the imminent suffering and death of Creatures Without Sin — animals, birds, fish, trees, flowers — is just sick. I can’t imagine Jesus the Christ approving of that.

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                    • It’s only apocalyptic for those who haven’t been saved (John 3:16). And only then, at the hands of the Anti-Christ and his Beast, not at God’s doing. We believers will get taken up in the Rapture before the apocalyptic fight.

                      And Earth won’t be destroyed; it will be home to those who accepted Christ while He reigns here (His 2nd Coming) for 1,000 years after the battle of Armageddon where Satan is defeated and cast into Hell. And then we all head to the reception party in Heaven for the rest of eternity, or until the party snacks run out. The damned remain here in hell — probably in Iran.

                      My facts may be off, but that’s the general gist…

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                    • Do you care not for the suffering of the creatures without sin?

                      “And the second angel poured out his vial upon the sea; and it became as the blood of a dead man…. And the third angel poured out his vial upon the rivers and fountains of waters; and they became blood…. And there were voices, and thunders, and lightnings; and there was a great earthquake, such as was not since men were upon the earth, so mighty an earthquake, and so great…. And every island fled away, and the mountains were not found.” Revelation 16: 3, 4, 18, 20

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                    • Seamus has it right. No one (but God) knows the hour. “Prophecy” is not fortune telling. There are no “special ones” who will enjoy a carnival ride to the hereafter.

                      Christ came, who is one with God the Father and the Holy Spirit. We don’t need to consult a “prophet”. To hold such view teeters between unorthodox and heretical.

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                  • Hadenoughalready

                    I don’t take issue with disagreements but I do with condescension. And this is the second time I’ve experienced it here.
                    My point, should you be interested, and my source of “information” is the Bible.
                    Jesus said that “a generation shall not pass before the return of the Son of man. This is the timeclock by which I base my theories.
                    We are 70 years since the re-establishment of Israel and now Jerusalem is the acknowledged capital.
                    There are many factors to be considered, worldwide, that some overlook. We, as “Christians”, however, should not.
                    There are NO coincidences when it comes to Scripture and those who choose to ignore it do so at their own peril.
                    I, for one, would prefer to be ready at a moment’s notice and be wrong, than wait until it’s too late, and suffer the consequences.
                    And let’s not forget the Tetrad moons and the solar eclipse, all falling on “commanded” Holy Days.
                    Let’s not forget the recent, Sept. 24th, 2017, “signs in the Heavens; the Virgin birth re-enacted in the stars. These have never, according even to astronomers, happened before nor will they happen again in the foreseeable future.
                    “I have put the sun, the moon and the stars in the heavens to be as signs”…(paraphrased). Why shouldn’t we follow His advice?
                    The parable of the fig tree, was that for naught?
                    Storms. Volcanoes. Earthquakes in diverse places. Drought. Floods. Famine. Disease and pestilence. Human migration en masse.
                    So many signs. So much evidence.

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                    • This was my comment in response to your explanation of your first comment. Do please point to how I was condescending.

                      “We can all agree that we’re living in prophetic times, right?”

                      I don’t.

                      What makes you think moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem is some fulfillment of God’s plan? Today’s Jews aren’t even bio descendants of the ancient Hebrews.

                      Revelation 2:9: I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.”

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                    • Unfortunately, all these listed events are false prophecy propaganda, the “virgin birth re-enacted in the stars” didn’t even happen astronomically speaking, the bodies were different altogether, go check the astronomy for the given days yourself, if you like. The “blood moon tetrad” false prophecy is kabala-based, and as such is occult, also proven to be wrong. The “since israels foundation” false doctrine is hal lindsey’s baby, (and other false prophets are still utilizing it for as much as they can monkey with the term “generation” some will apply 80 years, which seems to be where this 2028-2029 deception is coming from. They might try to push it as far as 100 or even 120 years if they think they can get away with it.) it is just as false now as it was when he first started propagating it to sell his books, and line his pockets. Even more false prophets are predicting the rapture for tomorrow. (Another one cropped up recently, one mark taylor, who has already been proven false multiple times at this point.)

                      The fact is, nobody but God the Father knows the day or hour of Christ’s return (which, coincidentally, is when the “rapture” will also happen, since Christ doesn’t have a third-coming, unless its someone else that gathers together the saints in the air.) This is even repeated, matthew and mark both record this being said, and “only” is a very exclusive term, it means nobody can use math or any other ridiculous workarounds to get it, not to mention anyone claiming they can know the day or hour (knowledge Exclusive to God the Father) is claiming Christ is a liar.

                      Here’s one more thing, do you really think God would use the divorced whore (jeremiah 3:8, ezekiel 23, even if the modern so-called “israel” was legitimate.) as a “timepiece”?

                      If I seem exasperated its because I, like many others, are weary of this armageddon fetishism that is being hollered about almost constantly over the past 20+ years, and our attempts to correct and/or reprove these things seems to be ignored outright. I’m not meaning to sound mean, but the fact is, Christ will come when He will, and it will be God’s correct timing, no calendars, and no mathematics can be used as divination to calculate this, any attempt to do such is a waste of time, and only makes a false prophet out of the ones attempting to do so, which is not a good thing to be.

                      Nobody but God the Father knows, I’d suggest to quit trying to attain the unattainable, and do something better with your time. These continued attempts to falsely ascribe prophecy here or there etc. don’t just make those propagating them into false prophets, it also helps the devil by discrediting Christianity in the perception of everyone who hears one of these false prophecies, as if the atheists need any more sources of ammunition.

                      One of the things prohibited from being found among folks is an “observer of times”, what does that term mean?

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  6. More DATA please.. Duration of pulse, – Frequency of pulse, – Was this an “earthly ground wave” – a super-sonic air wave, – a MW magnetic wave, – an electronic narrow beam wave, A galactic gravitational wave..?? Remember too, that in 21 min. – earth’s surface rotated eastward by some miles dependant on Latitude, as Earth itself travel 62,000 mph thru Space..

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  7. I got to look more into this….

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  8. Funny that it split to a North route and South route when it reached Utah-Something to do with Polygamy?

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  9. Interesting, friendly or not friendly? Testing? Unworldly? Godly, ungodly? Message? Ability or no ability? I think it is time we pay attention.

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  10. I notice Tooele,Utah (Dugway Proving Grounds) looks a LOT different than the surrounding grids-maybe recorded as a negative.

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  11. I guess it was AFRAID to cross Nevada…..

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  12. Low-Earth Orbit satellites carrying Google 5G wireless Internet to the masses… just sign the EULA and it’s free for the taking. ;~)

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  13. A solar “event” w/solar radiation at a supra “flare level” entering Earth’s atmosphere/hitting Earth at that high level for those 21 minutes…the time it took to traverse our rotation from East to West.

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  14. I’d guess this was some kind of deep shake from somewheres out in the atlantic, if it really did go north and south in utah etc. then it probably bumped into something out there that was deep enough to redirect it, perhaps the mountain chain going down there, or some big pockets of material of some kind sufficient to damp it, or they just detected wrong, could be any number of reasons.

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    • The “speed” is off-putting. I am not familiar with any seismic event traveling that fast. Not even close. There is such a thing as Scalar energy.

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      • If it was scalar in nature, I’d be mighty curious what it whacked in utah that made it split, personally, that’d be something I might like to make armor out of. haha

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        • Probably a buried copy of those “Salamander Papers”.

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          • Well, the mormon cult does have a big old vault in the wasatch mountains, as I hear, and it houses their “sacred artifacts” as well as genealogical records (allegedly smith’s scrying rock… er… I mean “seer stone” is in there, along with other items/crime evidence proving him to be nothing more than an occultist pedophile polygamist, could be his “jupiter talisman” is hidden there as well) if they spent all those tithes to make that much of a vault with big ol’ steel doors, etc. I imagine they’ve probably tucked away other stuff out there as well.

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  16. That’s a legitimate thing,ya know,the fear of crossing Nevada. There are Truckers from the East who,in the winter,chain up in Wendover and don’t take the chains off until the Western side of Donner Pass. It adds almost a full day to their trip,but I guess better to play it safe than hire FOUR different people-one to install their chains near Wendover,one to remove the chains at the bottom of Pequop Summit on the West side,one to install their chains again,in Truckee,and one to remove them st the bottom of Donner Summit-West. For SOME reason,Nevada in the Winter terrifies ’em……

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    • I used to cross Donner Pass on the old road a couple of times a month. Once I got totally whited out and had to turn around. Almost ran off into Blue Canyon. I finally inched my way down to where the Highway Patrol had closed the road behind me. He couldn’t believe I’d been up there.

      I have relatives in Austin. The General Store used to sell horseshoe corks for winter. You screwed them into your horse’s shoes for traction.

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  17. Oh, I love FOTM.

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  18. From a rough visual analysis it appears that the data is not completely consistent. To properly analyze the data the locations of the seismometers need to be added to the plot. Also, measurements from the missing states are needed.

    My initial thought was that this could have been an indication of the gravity wave for which many scientists are searching. But from the times shown, the direction of the wavefront would have changed during the transit of the US. I doubt that would happen with a gravity wave – but no one knows. It is also not obvious what effect the rotation of the earth would have had during the transit.

    But for the wave to have been detected in Kansas four minutes before it was detected in Texas and Oklahoma leads me to question the initial premise and ask “Is this fake news?” Is MrMBB333 a known source of mostly valid information? Or is he a newcomer who has no track record? Or – just what is he with regards to past information and data? It could easily be argued that this data set was manufactured by someone who has little knowledge of wave propagation.

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  19. This could be a test of that geo-tech I keep harping about. It would not surprise me at all.

    The topic about the apocalypse is a disturbing and distorted one. For one thing, the vast majority live in this deranged mentality of just letting it come and not bother about the fate of the world we are currently living in, i.e, how it is our duty to warn and to proliferate the truth of Jesus Christ. I do not do it enough, or hardly at all, but that is my personal sin.

    What bothers me is that I am a drop in a bucket. We are growing more and more apathetic, and in all the wrong ways. Most people repeat the doctrine of faith and solidarity in Israel, as if we are something entirely different, and thereby ignore entirely the majority of the whole New Testament.

    The rest joyfully look to when they leave the earth, and since they know we are to depart, use it as an excuse to let the sinners around them further ruin our planet and its creatures (even themselves with junk food, bad lifestyles and those evil radiation emitting energy meters now attached to our houses. Dr. Eowyn, please research that for your own sake!) . And vaccines.

    Speaking of how we can actively try to thwart evil has become a hopeless task. Most are more interested in how to make ends meet, and nothing else. Paul had to do that too, but look what he was willing to do outside long hours of tent-making!

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  20. The girls from the View farted.

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  21. Pingback: Strange energy pulse traversed America in 21 minutes | The Olive Branch Report

  22. Make a Graph out of it, turns out to be some “wave”

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  23. I’m posting this w/Eo’s encouragement, “I agree — that what is significant about this phenomenon is the wave maintaining the same level of energy going across the continent.” So bear w/an old bear!

    Good afternoon, FotMs:
    This is the best overall description & analysis I found for that strange subterranean event of May 12th, that went from the East Coast of the US to the West Coast.

    My last upgrade in university on Earth Science, what it’s called these days instead of Geology, was Winter trimester 1989-1990; this means my understanding’s not deepened very much since. With this caveat, here are my thoughts so far, including the 2nd half of the video linked below.

    There are several remarkable aspects to this:

    It is the nature of any normal energy movement to exhibit a Rate of Decay (RD) from beginning to end that follows entropy, i. e., goes from a stronger to a weaker state. We we see the same phenomenon as an object cools.
    This event, however, does not exhibit an entropic RD in either strength or its speed, which are different but related expressions of energy. To say that this confounds Newtonian physics is putting it as mildly as possible: it stands it all upside-down.
    For this event to maintain both its speed and its intensity (amplitude) over that much distance & time, implies that energy is being continually and rather consistently maintained from beginning to end of the event.
    If this is the correct conclusion, then how was that much energy first created and then applied consistently over such duration and geography?

    The only organisation in a position to conduct an experiment on these lines is of course the federal government. As it was not announced or publicised, one suspects that we were not supposed to know about it, or at least not understand how it came to be.

    As my friend Jim Kennedy –the most intelligent person I’ve ever met– told me in the mid-60s, we don’t know because we don’t need to know. Of course, with his security clearance at IBM and his family’s long-time involvement at high levels of government (he’s a Kennedy, and his father was the highest patent lawyer in the US, w/an office on Wall Street), he was long used to thinking that normal.

    The only thing that it parallels in a sense is the CERN accelerator, and we all know how much energy it uses to manipulate an extremely small particle.
    All best, All-Ways,
    J

    The 1st part of this video is irrelevant, so skip to 9:00 or so.

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    • Thank you, that was nice. Yeah, I noticed the decay (or lack thereof) too. I don’t have a suitable explanation unless it is in the realm of scalar energy.

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    • Thank you, Joseph.

      I agree with you: What is notable about this mysterious energy wave is the fact that it didn’t decay in strength as it traversed the span of continental America. If it’s a P-wave reaction to an earthquake, shouldn’t it diminish in strength over space and time?

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      • Tesla was the first to wirelessly broadcast electricity back then… He eventually learned that level of wireless tech was a mistake, assuming I recall right.

        Sad to say, he underestimated the human capacity for malevolence and stupidity, and now they’re using his ideas to malign the people wherever they can, blasting radiation wherever, with no real check, promoting technology as if its a savior they made with their own hands, all the while purposefully misusing it to ruin others, cause sickness and destroying the world God made.

        I suspect Tesla would look at the “advancements” now in disgust, even as “smart meters” are forced on the public without proper information or consent, and the vile corpses of the corporations started by the greedy filth of his day (edison, etc.) control who can even turn on a light or be warm in winter.

        Speaking of filth, just learned that apparently the power company covering Oregon, Washington, etc. that is pushing “smart meters” is actually a subsidiary of berkshire hathaway, ultimately run by warren buffet, I imagine everyone here remembers that NWO pawn that made a cartoon to propagandize to children, etc. So much for his “environmentally friendly” public image, no? I hope the locals make it known that he and his environmentally unfriendly “smartmeters” aren’t wanted or welcome.

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  24. The best answers above seem to revolve around whether it is a Christ event or an anti-Christ happening. As to this particular occurrence, I would not venture a guess, but I think we all are now aware that there is an anti-Christ presence inside our once fully Christian (in the true sense of that title) country of America. You might be interested in checking out the post below, which deals with that other side.

    The current post there is “The Anti-Christ?”

    Irish Savant – blogspot com

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  25. Don’t know if it’s related, but our household has been experiencing problems with battery drainage on cell phones, tablets. All different brands AND even if they are not being used…very odd.

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