Something wicked this way comes

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The Internet is full of dire apocalyptic warnings proclaiming impending disasters, man-made or natural. If you take apocalypse-porn seriously, they can keep you wide awake at night which could engender your own personal end of days from assorted illnesses due to chronic sleep deprivation.
I make a conscious effort not to post about these cries of alarm, either because in the case of catastrophic natural disasters like a feared eruption of a super-volcano in Yellowstone National Park, there’s really little, if any, we can do about them; or because so many warnings of a coming economic collapse and of martial law turn out to be false.
As an example, in January 2013, Doug Hagmann, a self-described “multi-state private investigator,” predicted that martial law was coming in the Spring which would “change life significantly for the average American.” Hagmann claims to have an informant inside the Obama administration’s Department of Homeland Security whom he calls “DHS insider.” As we all know, spring came and went, but there was no disaster or martial law. In fact, 2013 and most of 2014 had passed, but life for the “average American” remains alarmingly the same. I stopped paying attention to Hagmann after that.
That being said, two recent events warrant our attention. I have no idea what they mean, but they have triggered my “spider” sense. They may be portents of something wicked this way comes.

Blackouts of select conservative news websites

Early Tuesday morning, Dec. 2, 2014, as reported by, The Blaze and other sites, several very popular conservative websites — Drudge Report, WND, Natural News — went offline for an unknown reason. People trying to access those websites instead got an error message “This webpage is not available,” with no explanation.
error messageAs Natural News’ Mike Adams pointed out, what is noteworthy about the incident are the following:

  1. The outage was selective, not general.
  2. The websites that were blocked were fully functional, that is, the problem wasn’t at their end.
  3. Only online news sites were blacked out.
  4. Only conservative online news sites were blacked out.

According to Before It’s News technical staff, the selective targeting of news websites could have been accomplished by “deep packet inspection used inside the routers that move information packets along the internet. This technology allows ISP’s to look inside the packets your computer sends and receives and then make a decision to allow the packets through, modify the packets or block them. This technique can also be used to slow or speed up traffic.”

Kentucky Emergency Alert

A week later, on Dec. 9, 2014, thousands of cell phone users in the Corbin and London areas of southern Kentucky received an emergency alert from the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) Wireless Emergency Alert system, warning of a “civil emergency” requiring the recipient of the message to “prepare for action.”
Kentucky emergency alert
At the same time, residents of Kentucky’s Laurel County reported seeing military helicopters performing low-flying maneuvers immediately after receiving the civil emergency alert. Over a hundred Kentuckians flooded the comments of the Laurel County Sheriff Department’s Facebook page, attesting to how frightened people were by both the emergency alert message and the sound of low flying military choppers rattling their roofs. Leila Hughes wrote: “6 black helicopters above our house this morning shook the whole house!! Then this. scary!”
Here’s a picture of four military helicopters taken by an InfoWars reader near his home:
Military choppers Kentucky
Frankfort Emergency Operations spokesman Buddy Rogers later said that the civil emergency alert had been mistakenly sent out “during testing” and was the result of “a computer error, followed by a human error.”
But the fact that the helicopters left London airport immediately after the alert message was sent out led some to fear that a terrorist attack or other major event had taken place, while others expressed the view that the whole sequence of events was a test run for martial law. Vince Bowling wrote: “I don’t care what they say, that wasn’t a test, it was a warning….there’s a few other comments from people that know what I’m talking about.”

Another idea making the rounds was that the initial civil emergency text message was sent out to the wrong group and that it was only meant for government employees and emergency responders.

As InfoWars reports, there have been similar mysterious emergency alert messages that also prompted confusion and panic, including:

  • On Dec. 12, 2011, Verizon customers in New Jersey received text messages warning them that a “civil emergency” was in progress and to “take shelter,” prompting alarmed citizens to flood 911 lines with anxious calls.
  • More recently on October 24, 2014, television viewers in Austin, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Detroit, Michigan; across North Carolina; and other areas of the country were interrupted by an alert directly from the White House warning them to stand by for an emergency message and not to use their phones. AT&T blamed a “nationally syndicated radio station” for sending the alert message, despite the fact that only the President of the United States can activate the Emergency Alert Notification system in times of emergency, reports Fox 5.

Natural News’ Mike Adams writes:

According to what I’m hearing from several sources in my network of contacts, the U.S. government is putting systems in place to black out online news sites like Natural News, Drudge Report, The Blaze and many others. A practice run that took place earlier this week in California has already achieved this result and confirmed the technical ability to make it happen at will. […]
This selective blocking that took place earlier this week is widely believed to have been a dry run for a planned online news site blockade by the federal government during an upcoming “major event.”
What sort of major event? The sort of major event where the government wants its official narrative to be the only information allowed to circulate, obviously. These tend to be either terrorism events or false flag events which are seized upon by the government to enact harsh new police state regulations and surveillance initiatives to spy on the American people. […] What all governments know is the importance of “getting out in front of the narrative” and telling the government’s story first, before anyone else can look at the facts and present a more rational explanation for what happened.

Then, to really freak us out, Adams refers us to the infamous hacker Guccifer (real name Marcel-Lehel Lazar), now serving a 7-year sentence for hacking at the high-security jail in Western Romania’s Transylvania region. As Guccifer, Lazar had hacked into the personal email accounts of many public figures and revealed that former President George W. Bush had taken up painting.

Marcel-Lehel Lazar, aka Guccifer

Marcel-Lehel Lazar, aka Guccifer

According to an account in the New York Times of Nov. 21, 2014, Lazar/Guccifer claims to have acquired emails that spoke of a plan to set off a nuclear bomb in Chicago and an unnamed city in Pennsylvania next year. Although his prison psychologist rolled his eyes at Lazar’s many “conspiracy theories,” the psychologist nevertheless said he had no doubt about the state of Lazar’s mental health: “He is not really crazy at all.”
Adams has some good tips on how to stay connected to independent alternate news sites in the event they are blacked out. Click here.
H/t FOTM’s MomOfIV

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0 responses to “Something wicked this way comes

  1. Regarding the selective outage of several Conservative news sites, I happened to be awake and surfing the ‘Net on 12/02/2014 at 0100 CST when they first went down. I tried doing traceroutes and pings to several of the sites, most notably Drudge and My attempts were thwarted by the response “Unable to resolve domain name.” In other words, the network DNS servers that translate domain names into numeric IP addresses had those names missing from their tables.’s IP address was restored during my attempts, at about 0200 CST, but traceroute attempts made it only as far as a router node in the San Francisco area before simply failing to go any further.

  2. The POS Snitch List is to affect individual bloggers and emails also + Twitter, etc…

  3. Hmm, AH-64 Apache attack helicopters with rocket pods on the inboard two of their four weapons pylons…

  4. Well if communication disruption is a problem, the solution is to establish alternate routes and means of communication that the puppets of evil cannot so easily monkey with, or will not expect to be used as a communication system. The phone system gets channeled through wireless garbage at some point I imagine, so we could expect those to be controlled at hubs etc. and obviously the internet is constructed in such a way that ISPs have all the power and can route people’s traffic as they wish, or are told to by the govstapo. What is then needed is to utilize some old knowledge, either of using telegraph, or light signalling (as used to be used by lighthouses to communicate with ships) etc. HAM radio may not be viable as it can reasonably be assumed that cell towers, for the amount of power they pull, could perhaps be utilized as jammers for those airwaves (but that is only speculation), folks should expect it to similarly be a target (not that it wouldn’t be useful if it was not a target, of course). We should remember that the “internet” as soon as it became necessary to rely on an outside company to connect to it, was taken from public control to private control. If anyone still knows how to “call” other computers directly through the phone lines that may also be an option to look at, but the majority of people no longer know such things. If there are any “phreakers” left who can still go about the phone lines without impediment their knowledge will be useful too.
    I would strongly advise other readers here to get familiar with the above mentioned systems (and/or get creative, remember that phone lines are not the only conductive connectors between cities, they are not the only wires that can be used etc.) and to spread that knowledge where they can… if at least one person in each city can be conncted to a communication system that is unexpected, then the routing of the internet sites won’;t be as useful to them (it will become less useful the more people in a given town/city are available to that communication system… if even 30% of a city has access, or knows people who have access to the information going along the system, then the odds are slimer that propaganda can be disseminated successfully.) We should also expect “plants” or agent provacateurs that might be hired to either rat out the system, destroy it’s capability, or spy on the communications going through it, and should expect people part of such a communication system to be labeled as terrorists et al., but really if the govstapo intends to pull something that extensive, we Christian folk should expect to already be targets anyhow.
    If you know used book stores or other similar places to obtain old information on how to do/make and repair things, I do suggest getting the knowledge to make a communication system, whatever that may be. Also remember to pray and Seek God’s Guidance and protection, and to pray against the schemes of evil, and that their vile plotting will fail.

  5. Just when I thought I would get a good night’s sleep. Thanks a lot, Dr. Eowyn. 😀
    PS: Great article.

  6. As long as Obama and his gang that can’t shoot straight are in charge no one is safe. They are all evil personified.

  7. It’s been MONTHS since I received a normal posting notice from Eo. For much of that time I was completely blocked, only able to find the site by tediously searching for it on CLUUZ, the Canadian search engine, instead of my usual GOOGLE, and I had to do this EVERY day at least twice in case I missed something.
    Our Steve helped me at one point, but even afterwards it was if the emails were patched together of bits and pieces. It’s become more stabilised this past month, BUT the overall appearance is not as perfect as it formerly was. And please don’t tell me it’s my settings, as I am too much a tech disaster to dare fiddle w/anything on my iMac.
    Something there is that doesn’t want your content going into Canada… so you must be doing something right!

  8. NWO is the number of the beast in progress and we are 2 bloodmoons into the scripture on the cusp of armegeddon as America is hijacked by the serpent seed antichrist network……No wait it gets worse….The Beast System antichrist network is systematically doing everything to destroy the human food quality in America. Clearly in my view, they are doing so with a goal of mass population reduction. There is no other reason the Rockefeller Foundation would spend hundreds of millions of (tax exempt) dollars to create GMO techniques, to support Monsanto and other chemical giants like DuPont, clearly knowing they are slowly poisoning the population to an early death.

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  10. There are two words, used by politicians from time to time. Each time I hear the words, I can’t help but think of the verse in First Thessalonians 5:3. Just yesterday the same words came out of Hillary’s mouth. For when they shall say “Peace and Safety” then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. Anyone that uses the world wide web is under close watch by big brother. Leeann

  11. Great Post. First of all, no one is infallible in these matters. I’ve been listening to Hagmann & Hagmann for about three months now, and I think they present good reports and great guests. Ditto Infowars and a number of other sites, e.g. John B. Wells’s “Caravan to Midnight.”
    It is true—listen long enough and re-orient your thinking to these sites, and it can drive you crazy—IF you let it. But if you think we should take the mainstream news media seriously, you’re sadly mistaken.
    So which is it—do we do away with these websites and obey Romans 13, or do we leave them up and let people make up their own minds?

    • “do we do away with these websites”
      Steven, no one here on FOTM is suggesting we do away with “these websites,” including Hagmann and Hagmann’s.

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  13. I have been reading FOTM for about a year now. It is one of my “go to” sites. Have you got an seen,is site set up to go to ‘in case’? Or do you give out your IP address? I would be pretty sad if I could no longer get to you.


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