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August 25, 2010

Christian von Lahr’s 2010 Prediction that the H1N1 Pandemic scare would fizzle comes true.

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Clairvoyant Medium Dr. Christian von Lähr made a prediction in January 2010 on his WordPress Blog in preparation for the Coast to Coast AM Radio Prediction program for 2010 that the H1N1 Pandemic would fizzle. IT DID.

August 24, 2010

Christian von Lahr Prediction that China would take control of North Korea, … IS HAPPENING.

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Clairvoyant Medium Dr. Christian von Lähr made a prediction China would take control of North Korea. It’s happening, … China is BUYING it!!!

China Plans To Buy The North

August 12, 2010: In the north, the market price of rice and corn rose about fifty percent. Part of this was due to heavy monsoon rains that caused damage to farms and crops. But mainly there’s a shortage of imported food. North Korea has cut off free food aid from the UN, insisting that North Korea has sufficient food. This is not true, but truth doesn’t matter in the north. Massive starvation looms, but the government does not seem to be doing anything.

Meanwhile, desperate for foreign currency, North Korea has taken over South Korea tourist facilities (a resort and a large restaurant) that were closed by the North Korean government earlier this year. This sort of thing will discourage any further investment in North Korea, especially by South Korean firms. But what South Korea really fears is a North Korean agreement that would allow massive Chinese investment in North Korea. The Chinese investments would be safe, because the Chinese would not hesitate to send in troops to deal with any North Korean misbehavior. Large scale Chinese investment in the north would enable China to eventually take control of North Korea, and annex it. Many starving North Koreans would prefer to be prosperous Chinese, while North Koreans who opposed such an arrangement would be killed. China is still a communist police state, and knows how to act like one. This Chinese takeover would solve China’s problem with the growing economic decline and political instability in the north. The South Koreans are horrified at the thought, although China has taken control of the north before (in the distant past). China would apparently prefer not to have control of North Korea, but the growing problems there will not go away.

North Korea is going to have more problems with foreign currency, and their perpetual shortage of it. The U.S. is imposing more sanctions on North Korea, the same kind that annoyed the North Koreans so much five years ago (and were lifted when North Korea agreed to talk about their nuclear weapons program, but nothing came of those talks). This time around, the U.S. will try to shut down North Korean access to the international banking system. China can help North Korea get around these sanctions, but not completely. North Korea is not happy with these new sanctions, because they really hurt, especially when it comes to importing luxury goods for the tiny ruling class in North Korea.

The North Korean security forces continue their crackdown on all sources of dissent. This includes illegal churches. Dozens of clergy and lay leaders belonging to Christian sects have been sent to prison camps, where many of them were executed. The North Korea secret police have worked out an agreement with their Chinese counterparts to crack down on cross-border crime. This includes corruption among border guards from both countries, and smuggling in general. Corrupt practices are well entrenched on both sides of the border, and will probably be impossible to eliminate. But the corruption can be suppressed for a while, and that’s apparently what’s going on here.

North Korea has moved several of its elderly SA-5 missile launchers to bases near the DMZ. Back in the 1980s, North Korea bought twenty launchers, several radars and 350 SA-5 missiles from Russia. They have apparently kept some of this stuff operational, as American and South Korean electronic monitoring equipment occasionally picks up the signals put out by the SA-5 system search radar.

August 9, 2010: North Korean coastal artillery fired about a hundred shells into the Yellow Sea, just north of the South Korean border on the west coast. Some fish died, but there were otherwise no injuries. This was seen as a protest against recent naval exercises by South Korean and American forces. These exercises, and protests, have been going on for over half a century.


Dr. Christian von Lähr made 2010 Prediction that Israel will rethink its unilateral act against Iran. Here’s why … CHINA. Potential for THE big war.

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Clairvoyant Medium Dr. Christian von Lähr made a prediction live on a January episode of Coast to Coast AM Radio (the largest of its metaphysical, spiritual, paranormal, mysteries kind in the world.) Christian predicted there would be a WORLD-WIDE POLITICAL CLIMATE CONTAINMENT related to Israel.

►Israel rethinks its uni…lateral act against Iran ►Israel WILL NOT attack Iran to stave off a potential or latent nuclear threat, as perceived by many.There are two reasons for this:First, the United States is too unstable right now to support an often suspected unilateral incursion by Israel.Secondly, there is too great a risk of repercussions. Clearly, there is the likelihood that such an action could actually lead to War, World-War and even Nuclear War if Iran sympathizers react in the extreme.


China`s global military ambitions to challenge Israel for final warFor what do China need 91 new International airports, and military bases in the Indian Ocean and Middle East? 200 million soldiers will one day march on Jerusalem.

An image of one of the new International airports in China. The Pentagon has raised its concern about China having global military ambitions. Unlike the former Soviet Union, the communist republic is now capable of challenging the military might of Washington.
China is not only building 91 new International airports. Such airports will be able to lift millions of soldiers in a short notice when required. Beijing is also seeking naval bases in the Indian Ocean. They are building a new port in the Sri Lankan city of Hambantota, and also a new International airport on the island. China is also looking for military bases in the Middle East. They hope to get some soon, through corporation with Iran.
Military spending in China has grown about 10 percent annually over the last 15 years. The Chinese government’s published 2009 military budget was 70,3 billion US dollar.
Outlining that Chinese buildup was affecting regional military balance, Admiral Robert Willard, Commander of the US Pacific Command recently said, «China’s rapid and comprehensive transformation of its armed forces holds implications beyond the Asia-Pacific region».
China and Iran are interestingly the two nations on planet Earth that are having most soldiers and paramilitary troops. Iran has less then a million soldiers, but do have 11 million other armed men under Governmental command. The total of armed men available for the Ayatollah is 12 million.
The Peoples Republic of China has 2,2 million soldiers in uniform. But the communist regime also have 3,9 million paramilitary troops, kept to safeguard the revolution.
Combining their forces, China and Iran can mobilize close to 20 million men for war in the Middle East. That is already a tenth of the 200 million soldiers that will be used in the final war against Jerusalem, explained in the book of Revelation.
Revelation 9:14-18
It said to the sixth angel who had the trumpet, “Release the four angels who are bound at the great river Euphrates.” And the four angels who had been kept ready for this very hour and day and month and year were released to kill a third of mankind. The number of the mounted troops was two hundred million. I heard their number.
The horses and riders I saw in my vision looked like this: Their breastplates were fiery red, dark blue, and yellow as sulfur. The heads of the horses resembled the heads of lions, and out of their mouths came fire, smoke and sulfur. A third of mankind was killed by the three plagues of fire, smoke and sulfur that came out of their mouths.
(end of scripture)
A third of mankind is going to be killed by a war, or «plagues of fire and surflur». That means two billion people will be killed in this likely nuclear confrontation.
China and Iran are already close allied. China exports rocket technology to Iran, and Iran supplies the Asian tiger with 15 per cent of its energy need. As Israeli attack on Iranian nuclear facility will not only offend US President Obama. China will react on such hostile action as a declaration of war against the Communist super power.

Christain von Lahr predicted volcano erruption in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands – could trigger Ring of Fire – Satellites have detected anomolie and alert has been raised.

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Clairvoyant Medium Dr. Christian von Lähr made a prediction live on a January episode of Coast to Coast AM Radio (the largest of its metaphysical, spiritual, paranormal, mysteries kind in the world.) Christian predicted there would be a volcanic erruption in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands that could trigger an underwater ev…ent in the Ring of Fire. Satellites have detected anomolies and 20,000 plumes in the Cleveland volcano in the Aleutians, and have formally elevated alerts for that area.

Alert level raised for Cleveland volcano in Aleutians


The Associated Press

Published: May 25th, 2010 11:14 PM
Last Modified: May 25th, 2010 11:14 PM

Scientists are raising the alert level for Cleveland Volcano in Alaska’s Aleutian chain after satellite data has indicated thermal anomalies.

Observatory today raised the level to advisory status.

There is no real-time seismic network at the volcano. Scientists say unrest there is frequent, and short-lived explosions with ash plumes up to 20,000 feet can occur without warning and may not be detected by satellites.

Cleveland is about 940 miles southwest of Anchorage, on a remote and uninhabited island in the Aleutians chain.

The observatory says the last significant eruption of the 5,676-foot volcano began in February 2001 and eventually produced a lava flow that reached the ocean. There were minor eruptions in January, June and October 2009.

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Christian predicted a head-on railroad train collision in 2010. Prediction came true

Filed under: 2010 Predictions — ChrisTian @ 11:16 pm

(1) Four killed in head-on train crash

2010-07-27 21:54

Johannesburg – Four Transnet Freight Rail workers were killed and two others seriously injured when a train collided head-on with a motorised track maintenance trolley on Tuesday, the Railway Safety Regulator said.

Spokesperson Lavinia Mahlangu said the trolley had been part of scheduled maintenance when the accident occurred in Letaba outside Tzaneen in Limpopo.

“The collision resulted in the deaths of four staff. Two others were seriously injured and are now in hospital,” she said.

All six were occupants of the maintenance trolley. The driver of the train and the train assistant were unharmed.

The train was transporting citrus fruit from the farming town of Letsitele to Tzaneen.

“The line is closed for clean-up operations. At this stage the circumstances leading to the collision are still under investigation,” she said adding that the Railway Safety Regulator was investigating the incident.


(2) Head-on train crash in Belgium kills 18

Rescue workers work in and around two passenger trains that collided in Halle, Belgium, Monday Feb. 15, 2010. Early reports say up to 20 people may have been killed in a head-on collision between two trains outside the capital, Brussels. Officials say the trains collided during the morning rush hour in snowy conditions. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

8:06 a.m., Monday, February 15, 2010UPDATED:

BRUSSELS — A commuter train ran a stop signal during morning rush hour and collided head-on with another train in a Brussels suburb Monday, killing at least 18 people and injuring 55 in Belgium’s deadliest train wreck in decades, officials said.

The impact peeled away the front of one train car and threw at least one other off the tracks, causing amputations and other severe injuries, witnesses and officials said. Train service across Western Europe was disrupted.

The Flanders provincial crisis center said in a statement carried by the Belgian media that at least 18 people were killed. Thirty survivors remained hospitalized, several of them in a “very serious” condition, the statement said.

Lodewijk De Witte, the governor of the province of Flemish Brabant, told reporters that one train “apparently did not heed a stop light.”

The trains collided in light snow just outside of the station at Buizingen around 8:30 a.m.

The force of the collision smashed one train deep into the front of the other, tearing back the metal sides. The trains tipped high into the air and broke overhead power lines.

One of the front cars appeared to have careened across the tracks, demolishing a small maintenance shed next to the rail line. A high concrete wall around the train yard seemed to have kept debris from hitting nearby houses.

It appeared to be the country’s worst train wreck since 1954, when a crash near Leuven killed 20 German soccer fans and seriously injured 40 others. In March 28, 2001, eight people died when a crowded train plowed into an empty train driving on the wrong tracks.

Belgian National Railways spokesman Jochen Goovaerts said his agency was awaiting the outcome of the investigation before discussing the cause of Monday’s accident.

Dr. Christian von Lahr predicted we would discover a new “Particle” in 2010. A new particle HAS been discovered.

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New Supernova Discovery Nixes Dark Matter Theory

Najnovisha(2) Astronomers have reported a whole new type of exploding star, or supernova, which seems to spew out calcium and titanium. While most press reports have focused on the calcium, it’s the titanium that’s really interesting – the finding could negate ongoing efforts to find signs of dark matter at the center of the Milky Way.

The team of astronomers, led by Hagai Perets, now at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, and Avishay Gal-Yam of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, presents evidence that supernova SN 2005E is distinct from the two main classes of supernovae: the Type Ia supernovae, thought to be old, white dwarf stars that accrete matter from a companion until they undergo a thermonuclear explosion that blows them apart entirely; and Type Ib/c or Type II supernovae, thought to be hot, massive and short-lived stars that explode and leave behind black holes or neutron stars.

Perets and colleagues describe a scenario with a pair of orbiting white dwarf stars, where one SN 2005E and arguing that it is distinct from the two main classes of supernovae: the Type Ia supernovae, thought to be old, white dwarf stars that accrete matter from a companion until they undergo a thermonuclear explosion that blows them apart entirely; and Type Ib/c or Type II supernovae, thought to be hot, massive and short-lived stars that explode and leave behind black holes or neutron stars. 

One theory of this new exploding system is that a low mass white dwarf steals helium from a companion until the mass thief becomes very hot and dense until the temperature and pressure ignited a thermonuclear explosion – a massive fusion bomb – that blew off at least the outer layers of the star and perhaps blew the entire star to smithereens. The helium is transformed into elements such as calcium and titanium, eventually producing the building blocks of life for future generations of stars.

The titanium is radioactive and emits positrons as it decays.  Over the past couple of years, there have been reports from experiments such as ATIC and PAMELA of an excess of positrons coming from deep space. This excess, it has been argued, is a signature of dark matter particles colliding. But if the new supernova finding is anything to go by, these explosions could be quite commonplace and they could be the source of the excess positrons.

While this does not prove or disprove the existence of dark matter, it challenges the interpretation that the excess positrons are coming from the annihilation of dark matter particles. The WMAP, which supports the “concordance (Λ-CDM) model” of the Universe with up to 73% dark energy, 23% dark matter and 4% comprising all the matter in observable universe, has been under attack. Critics state that claims for the existence of invisible, unknown forces, to support a Big Bang theory where it is admitted that over 90% of the universe it seeks to explain cannot even be detected, is not what Karl Popper would have called “science.”. 

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Prediction comes true – Dr. Christian von Lahr predicted a new particle would be found in 2010, and this did occur.

Filed under: 2010 Predictions — ChrisTian @ 11:03 pm

Researchers discover the plasmaron, a new quasiparticle By Casey Johnston | Last updated 3 months ago A new quasiparticle has been discovered, according to a report published in Science on Thursday. The new phenomenon, called a “plasmaron,” was found in a sample of doped graphene, where it appeared courtesy of the material’s unusual arrangement of electrons in its electron cloud. Because the behavior of the quasiparticle is different from that of its individual components, researchers should be able to use this new knowledge to make better predictions of the atomic and molecular states present in graphene, and keep watch for the appearance of plasmarons in similar materials. A quasiparticle is not a sort-of particle, as the name implies, but usually represents a combination of a bulk effect and a material. For example, an electron is only a particle, but an electron that blocks the attraction between another electron and a proton could act as a quasiparticle. A quasiparticle can also be purely effect, like plasmons, which are quantum packets of excitation in the electrons in a metal. To find quasiparticles, researchers often have to be able to isolate a single particle behaving a particular way—not always an easy task. When these particular researchers looked at graphene doped with potassium and its band structure (the energies that electrons can occupy), they found one spot where holes left by electrons exhibited unusual behavior—their movement couldn’t be described by the normal set of rules. They realized that the intersection of charge bands caused the holes to have greater binding energy than usual, and that these are actually able to exert plasmon effects on their environment. The combination meant they had a new quasiparticle on their hands: the plasmaron. The appearance of the quasiparticle seems like a highly specialized case, since it was found in a specific material prepared a special way. Still, knowing its behavior and weird manipulation of energy will allow researchers to account for it more fully when modeling uses of graphene, as well as look for it to crop up in similar electron-hole situations. Science, 2010. DOI: 10.1126/science.1186489 (About DOIs).

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