Secure Arkansas is attempting to show our readers what will be happening worldwide on August 21, 2017 through September 30, 2017 (or longer) with corporations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and government agencies concerning the 2017 Solar Eclipse and the comprehensive military exercises that will be conducted AFTER the eclipse, so read further, and form your own conclusions.
On Monday, August 21, 2017, a total eclipse (when the sun, moon, and earth align and the moon blocks the sun on parts of the globe) will be visible within a narrow corridor that passes through 14 states starting in Oregon and continuing on to Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, and ending in South Carolina. This solar eclipse will pass solely across the United States in North America.
We want to caution you to protect your eyes if you plan on viewing the eclipse. Read here for more information.
U.S. Military, National Guard Adjunct Generals, FEMA, DOE, DHS, and NOAA, according to “Earth Ex BLUF”, will be involved in using new DHS exercise tools this month.
FEMA’s EarthEx is an emergency preparedness exercise focused on a long-duration power outage scenario. It is led by the Electric Infrastructure Security Council (EIS Council) and is part of the National Exercise Program by the U.S. Department of Energy. FEMA’s EarthEx is in partnership with SPIN Global (an NGO) which is a Washington D.C.-based business. (Secure Arkansas has warned our readers time and time again that these crafty and self-serving NGOs are heavily influencing and guiding national and global policy (on YOUR dime), and this also involves the United Nations and the military industrial complex.)
SPIN Global, a non-governmental organization (NGO), says they provide solutions to private, non-governmental (NGO), and public sector agencies to improve coordination prior to a disaster. SPIN Global participates in the private sector efforts led by the U.N. Office for Disaster Risk Reduction via ARISE (Private Alliance For Disaster Resilient Societies).
*ARISE is a UNISDR-led network of private sector entities whose members voluntarily commit to align with the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015 – 2030. (UNISDR, or United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, was created in December of 1999 and is mandated and defined by the “United Nations General Assembly resolution (56/195) “to serve as the focal point in the United Nations system for the coordination of disaster reduction and to ensure synergies among the disaster reduction activities of the United Nations system and regional organizations and activities in socio‐economic and humanitarian fields. It is an organisational unit of the UN Secretariat and is led by the UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Disaster Risk Reduction (SRSG).” (from this website)
The Sendai Framework document was adopted at the Third U.N. World Conference in Sendai, Japan, on March 18, 2015. Their suspect global goal states that “Sustainable development cannot be achieved unless disaster risk is reduced”. (Hmmm…. Could it mean reduced, or actually accelerated, or “never miss a good opportunity for a crisis”?)
What will be the path of totality (the shadow path) for this solar eclipse? We’ve included a map above.
You may also click here for an interactive map showing the path of the total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. You can select any location on the map with your mouse and do a left click to see when the eclipse starts and ends, and how much of the Sun is obscured there.
Concurrently, on THAT SAME DAY — August 21, 2017 — the Pentagon will be preparing for war games on the Korean Peninsula. The U.S. military will be conducting a “major military exercise” on August 21st, the date of the solar eclipse, and approximately 25,000 U.S. troops will join “tens of thousands” from the South Korean military to conduct this exercise that is already triggering threats from North Korea.
Of course, most of the American public will be distracted at this time due to the solar eclipse…
Also, keep in mind, this solar eclipse will most likely affect the weather. When the sun’s rays are blocked out suddenly, it can result in temperature drops which can trigger low pressure, thunderstorms, wind direction changes, and possible flooding. Check out this Weather.com link for more info, and be sure to watch the video.
Also on the Weather.com website, meteorologists are warning that a major hurricane could potentially start approaching the east coast of the United States during the time of the solar eclipse. Coincidental? It has been almost 12 years since a major hurricane made landfall in this country, and so it is very odd that this would be happening all of a sudden, but we are going into the hurricane season…
The National Hurricane Center says that there could be a possible disturbance in the next few days, so while the eclipse is making headlines all across the country, the bad weather will extend well beyond our nation’s borders. The track of the “totality path” of the eclipse closely approaches an area of powerfully low pressure west of Africa.
Deep Atlantic Tropics Are Bubblin: Three Systems to Watch on the eastern side of the Caribbean Sea. Forecasters have given one system an 80 percent likelihood of growing into a tropical cyclone in the next two days and a 90 percent likelihood over the next five days. Presently, it has sustained winds of 35 mph. A U.S. “hurricane hunter” plane was en route Thursday to investigate the disturbance.
On July 25, 2017, reporter Mike Vasilinda stated that military, governmental, emergency, and other agencies are preparing for a major emergency event: …“that could bring society to its knees.” And from his article: “Experts said an extended disruption in the electric grid could be caused by extreme sun activity or by manmade, low-level nuclear devices.”
According to reporter, attorney, and college professor, Michelle Rehwinkel Vasilinda, the Electric Infrastructure Security Council (EIS) defines “Black sky events” as “catastrophic occurrences caused by man or nature that bring society to its knees.”
And according to an article written this month by Vasilinda, a former Florida Congresswoman, in Florida’s Tallahassee Democrat entitled “Black Sky Event Inevitable. We must prepare”:
Mrs. Vasilinda discussed meeting with the high ranking “members of the U.S. military, National Guard Adjutant Generals, officials from Homeland Security, Department of Energy, FEMA, NOAA, and experts from the utility, distribution and supply sectors,” at a private summit held in Washington D.C.
Why is this husband and wife reporting team loaded with all of this vital information?
For what are our fascist corporate military dictators really preparing and practicing?
Back to the electrical grid, the solar eclipse could block 9,000 megawatts of solar power because MANY solar panels are in its path. That’s enough electricity to power 7,000,000 homes. Below is a snippet from this article:
“The approaching August 21 solar eclipse, which will traverse the continental United States, is expected to cause numerous disruptions, as curious Americans take time off or even travel to witness the celestial anomaly. Businesses across the country are gearing up, but few are taking it as seriously as solar power operators.”
The EIS (Electric Infrastructure Security) Council and FEMA have publicly announced that on August 23, 2017, they will be conducting an unprecedented, multi-sector, national and international exercise series called Earth Ex: a mission designed to “improve community resilience to large scale, long duration power outages through multi-sector …” black sky simulated hazards. (EIS is the council that’s hosting this!)
FEMA’s Earth Ex 2017
You might be asking, what is a Black Sky Hazard? Earth Ex defines a “Black Sky Hazard” as a “catastrophic event that severely disrupts the normal functioning of our critical infrastructures in multiple regions for long durations.” Here are some examples of things EarthEx is prepping for from their website:
An IEMI device creates an electromagnetic pulse, potentially far higher in magnitude than EMP, though over very short ranges. Use of such devices on multiple, critical elements of critical infrastructures could create Black Sky Hazard level impacts. > Read More
While utilities and government agencies have made progress in strengthening security against cyber threats, the destructiveness and sophistication of cyber weapons are growing. A successful, severe cyber-attack could cause serious damage to critical infrastructures, on national scales. > Read More
In many regions of the United States and other nations, serious earthquakes in large regional seismic zones could cause power outages far larger and of longer duration than those experienced in previous events. > Read More
Typically many times each year, the sun ejects a portion of its coronal mass into space. If this highly- energetic, electrically and magnetically charged matter (Coronal Mass Ejection (CME)) encounters the Earth it distorts the Earth’s geomagnetic field. When the CME’s strength and earth-interaction is unusually strong, it can induce damaging GIC (Geomagnetically Induced Current) in long transmission lines and transformers. > Read More
Again, the “Black Sky” event/so-called practice takes place August 23, 2017 — two days AFTER the solar eclipse. One week later, FEMA will have their National Preparedness Month (in September). Interesting!
Officials have known for years about the eclipse and the potential for it to trigger extreme weather (even after the eclipse is over) such as:
Earthquakes: The path of the eclipse will be crossing the entire country beginning at the Cascadia Fault Line in Oregon (where both Oregon and Washington prepared for a 9.0 earthquake last year), passing over Yellowstone National Park in Idaho and Wyoming.
The solar eclipse’s path of totality (shadow path) will continue east to the New Madrid Fault Line in southern Illinois (known as “Little Egypt”) and pass right over the Georgia Guidestones, continuing on to the eastern edge of South Carolina and then over the Atlantic Ocean.
Here is some information about specific states:
Oregon Alert – Calling in the National Guard
From the website link:
“With up to 1 million eclipse watchers expected to flood into a state with a population of 4 million, the potential for problems is real.
The biggest concern? Traffic jams for several days not just before but also after the eclipse. Traffic officials are advising folks to get in place early and then give roads time to clear before they head home.”
Nebraska – NEMA regarding Nebraska State Patrol (NSP)
Some excerpts from the Nebraska State Patrol (NPS) link above:
“The NSP and state agencies have been planning for the eclipse for a year and said they’re ready for multiple scenarios.”
“At the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency’s emergency operations center in Lincoln, around 20 officials from state agencies will be on alert and ready to deploy resources anywhere across the state at a moment’s notice.”
South Carolina – National Guard Preparing for the Solar Eclipse! [Posted by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD).]
Local Emergency Management Agencies are coordinating for this event and are even continuing exercises or practices throughout the week!
Some schools are closing in several states or letting students go home early due to the path of totality.
Why is it that FEMA and the military are always timing things with heavenly bodies and celestial events?
And the Department of Energy, along with many NGOs, are analyzing our infrastructure. Here’s a snippet regarding the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability (OE):
Additional Risk-Related Work
OE is also leading a State Energy Risk Assessment Initiative to help States better understand risks to their energy infrastructure so they can be better prepared to make informed decisions about their investments, resilience and hardening strategies, and asset management. The Initiative is a collaborative effort with the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO), the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), and the National Governors Association (NGA). As part of this Initiative, OE has developed a series of State and Regional Energy Risk Profiles that examine the relative magnitude of risks at a regional and State level highlighting energy infrastructure trends and impacts. To access the profiles, please click HERE.
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Did you notice all of the non-governmental organizations (NGOs) mentioned in that paragraph? WHO IS IN CONTROL?
Recently, the National Governors Association welcomed FEMA Administrator Brock Long (was the Emergency Management for the State Of Alabama), June, 20, 2017.
Click here to see a letter from the National Governors Association (NGA) signed by Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, Chair of the Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee, and Oregon Governor Kate Brown, Vice Chair of the Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee, requesting Long’s nomination.
Notice Gov. Hutchinson’s statement at the end of the letter: ”as hurricane and wildfire season approaches.”
In case you missed it, Arkansas’ Governor Asa Hutchinson is Chair of the Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee, and Oregon’s Governor Kate Brown is Vice Chair.
And here’s an excerpt from the NGA letter linked above: “We are hopeful that Mr. Long will continue to advance progress at FEMA and ensure that it is an organization capable of meeting 21st century threats and hazards.” (Sounds like an nasty U.N. Agenda 21/ Sustainable Development term to Secure Arkansas.) The UN Agenda 21 plans for the 21st century will not benefit us dear reader because it is aimed at lowering our standard of living and quality of life!
Secure Arkansas found all this information to be very interesting because of all the NGOs, corporations, and government at play here, so be sure you have read the entire article and clicked all the links.
We are getting ready to wrap this up, but wanted you to see a little more information that we managed to uncover.
Look at this: The Electric Infrastructure Security Council (EIS) Updates FEMA’s EarthEx 2017 Announcement. Here’s an excerpt from their website:
“On August 23, 2017, a remarkable range of corporations, government agencies and NGOs on three continents are partnering together in a multi-sector exercise of unprecedented scale.
Exercise is critical to any successful plan. For multi-sector planning, exercises that encompass all relevant sectors are, therefore, essential.
With modern infrastructure networks interconnected on national and global scales, public and private sector leaders are increasingly focusing on multi-sector planning as an essential foundation to support restoration and sustain affected populations in extreme, “Black Sky” hazard scenarios: Subcontinent-scale power outages with cascading infrastructure failures.
Participation in EARTH EX is by invitation only. For more information, and to request registration, visit EIScouncil.com/EARTHEX”
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EIS has offices in Washington, DC, Israel and the United Kingdom.
FEMA’s Earth Ex Schedule (Take notice of the target date August 23, 2017) from page 25 of their pdf.
Click here for FEMA’s Earth Ex Files strategy. (Notice the full name of the link: Earth Ex Files… Like “X” Files, the popular TV series?)
We should take notice of all the sectors involved! See the chart below from the website.
Could we be in for some major power outages for an extended period of time in the future, folks? We will have to wait and see what they have in store for us.
In closing, be sure to check out the next big eclipse (coming in April 8, 2024) in the article entitled “X Marks The Spot: Two Total Eclipses In Seven Years” and illustrated below.
“An area spanning parts of Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky will be the nexus of the next two total solar eclipses to occur in the U.S., on August 21, 2017, and April 8, 2024. Because the 2017 eclipse travels across the country from northwest to southeast and the 2024 eclipse makes its way through the nation from southwest to northeast, the two paths cross each other and create a zone of overlapping totality of almost 9,000 square miles, or roughly the size of New Jersey.”
Interestingly, somewhere in Jackson County, Missouri will be where the “X” marks the spot where the paths of the 2017 and the 2024 eclipse cross each other.
In summary, again we wonder: will there be an extended disruption in the electric or solar grid that could be caused by extreme sun activity OR by manmade and/or natural devices? Read the information and educate yourselves! MANY questions remain yet to be answered…
We also want to remind our readers that in the deeper scope, the games that are being played are for political, military, and economic control of our planet!
Stay tuned, everyone!
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