A very bright fireball illuminated the sky over Michigan, US at 01:11 UTC on January 17, 2018 (20:11 EST, January 16) and was followed by a sonic boom heard over a wide area. The USGS registered it as M2.0 earthquake just north of Detroit, Michigan.
The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 356 witness reports by 08:35 UTC from Michigan, SE Wisconsin, NE Illinois, N Indiana, N Ohio (US) and S Ontario, Canada.
50 people reported concurrent sound associated with the event and 114 delayed. Reports are still coming in.
H/t reader squodgy:
“There’s definitely an increase in the number of meteors colliding with our planet. The list is now endless and most burn up spectacularly.
This has nothing to do with the Grand Solar Minimum.
It can only be from something colliding with the asteroid belt which is situated just beyond Mars.
What causes this increased activity is anyone’s guess, but dots do join nicely when considering a large planetary system traversing through our solar system and colliding with the Asteroid Belt.
These coming earth changes, the “3 Days of Darkness”, will put an end to WW3 and will change everything on the planet:
“Everything calls peace, Schalom! Then it will occur – a new Middle East war suddenly flames up, big naval forces are facing hostiley in the Mediterranean – the situation is strained. But the actual firing spark is set on fire in the Balkan: I see a “large one” falling, a bloody dagger lies beside him – then impact is on impact. …”
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