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lunes, 24 de enero de 2011

Cable de Wikileaks se basa en Predicciones de un Contactado Francés

Un cable de Wikileaks enviado desde la embajada nortemericana en Marruecos informaba a Washington sobre un supuesto Tsunami que acabaría por completo con la ciudad de CasaBlanca, capital económica de Marruecos. La predicción de éste desastre se inció en Mayo 22 del 2006 y fué dado a conocer por el escritor, investigador y contactado extraterrestre francés Eric Julien donde se indicaba que por lo menos en 3 días la ciudad de CasaBlanca sería debastada por una tremenda inundación con olas gigantescas como consecuencia de un cometa que impactaría en la Tierra (mar). El asunto fué tomado tan en serio por la población que la Oficina de Meteorología de Marruecos dió una conferencia de prensa para aclarar que No se debe de creer en éstos tema. Eric Julien afirmaba que la información fué recibida en forma psíquica (canalizada). Al respecto solo podemos agregar algo estimado lector, el 27 de Mayo del 2006 (5 días después de la predicción de Julien) se dejó sentir un poderoso terremoto de 6.2 cuyo epicentro fue en el Océano Índico que mató a más de 5,000 personas, el más fuerte desde el Tsunami del 2004, aquí el agua No causó la destrucción que debió darse en éste tipo de circunstancias. Se explicó entonces que se debió al movimiento de placas subacuáticas......igual que en Tsunami del 2004.... mmmm!! Es importante mencionar que las embajadas norteamericanas en el mundo reportan a Washington también canalizaciones o predicciones, algo que nos imaginamos lo tomarán a consideración.
A continuación republicamos el Cable:

UNCLAS CASABLANCA 000571 SIPDIS SIPDIS E.O. 12958: N/A TAGS: PGOV, CACS, ZH, ZT, MO SUBJECT: Tsunami Destroys Casablanca - Next Thursday -----------------------------------------
Out of All the Cities in All the World...
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1. (U) On Monday afternoon, May 22, 2006, hundreds of Moroccan children returned home from school with a dire prediction that a giant tsunami would strike Casablanca in a mere three days. Some schools threatened closures and word of the disaster washed over the city sending people scurrying to find more information and seek higher ground. A few wealthy, educated expats fled their palatial homes by the sea to find refugee in the high-rise dwellings of friends well above the predicted level of destruction. Less fortunate Moroccans, meanwhile, could be found heading to mosques to pray for protection against the storm, images of Indian Ocean tsunami still fresh in their minds. Moroccan National Press reported some Moroccans were packed and ready to head to the mountains or even travel to other countries. Consulate Casablanca´s Consular Section received numerous emails and phone calls requesting information on the impending doom as well
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He Had to Blog Into Mine...
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2. (U) The tsunami prediction originated with French author and UFO "kidnapping victim" Eric Julien, director of the Ufological Research Center. Julian claimed he had received information psychically that a comet fragment would crash into the Atlantic Ocean on May 25, 2006, and cause a giant tsunami. He asserted that the waves would be up to 200 SIPDIS meters high and impact all countries bordering the Atlantic. In Morocco, Julien´s forcast was taken so seriously that the head of the Moroccan Meteorological office, Mustapha Janah made an official statement to the Moroccan press denying the possibility of the tsunami and quoting "NASA" officials who noted that the comet in question would be approximately ten million kilometers away when it passed the earth.
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Maybe not Today, Maybe not Tomorrow...
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3. (U) Why did the rumor spread so quickly and why was it taken so seriously? According to some Moroccans, the answer may be twofold. First, Morocco is a land of oral history where word of mouth has been the preferred method of communicating news for generations. With literacy rates hovering around fifty percent, gossip is a more common method of disseminating information than the newspapers. Second, for the very religious of Casablanca the idea that a giant wave would sweep through the city and wash it "clean of evil and vice" is not such a stretch of the imagination. Historically, images of floods sweeping away the sinners of the world have peppered religious doctrine and some here believe Casablanca may be overdue for a cleansing. -----------------------------
Here´s Lookin´ at You Casa...
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4. (U) We can confirm nearly twenty-four hours after the predicted tidal wave, Casablanca has been left unscathed. Despite a few nervous moments during the week when the sky darkened and the surf increased slightly, Casablanca remains intact.
GREENE

El Cable original se encuentra publicado en el diario noruego AftenPosten (clic para ver)
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