Supernova: Blue Star Kachina?
Influences from 14, 35, 49, 56, and 70 years ago appear to be weak .. at least at this time and since roughly 2017.
Older anniversaries are not to be ignored but carefully considered. These include 98 and 105 year repeats, and also 231 year repeats.
Establishing this event in 2022, as I originally did, seems a bad idea to me now. Its precedent would have been 35 (5 x 7) years in the past. Thus a shove ahead to 2029 and a 42-year anniversary.
The base 7 precedent for a supernova occurring in February 2029 is the magnitude 3 giant blue supernova SN 1987A that exploded on February 23, 1987 in the Large Magellanic Cloud. The first visible supernova since Kepler's Supernova in 1604, it was a Southern Hemisphere phenomenon. That, however, would not necessarily mean a base 7 repeat could not occur in the North.
Thus, a blue supergiant going supernova ... in the northern hemisphere this time. These being seemingly apocalyptic times, we should not be surprised if "the heavens" begin to "show signs" in a major way.
A lot of signs.
The base 7 system recognizes that the event of SN1987a may repeat as a bright, blue, celestial mega-event beginning in February 2029. 1987a suddenly became visible in the southern hemisphere as a very faint 5th magnitude star in February 1987. But by May it reached the peak magnitude of +3.0.
However, to be the blue supernova of Hopi prophecy, it will have to become very bright, much brighter than magnitude 3. So bright in the northern hemisphere, in fact, that many millions, possibly a few billion people will see it. It would likely become bright in a manner of hours, days, or a few weeks if it explodes in February ... not a long wait until May. But the Hopi do not actually give out that kind of information in their prophecy ... so maybe it will take a while.
In any event, February 2029 is much closer to the nuclear stages of World War III than 2022.
Regarding the art graphic I created at top back in 2014: the circle of teeth surrounding the star is the nebula or outer shell. We would not see that right away ... possibly not for many years later:
"The nebula of the Greater Bear will arrive in the vicinity of earth... and will fill the space of five hundred suns at the horizon. It will more and more cover up the light of the sun until the days will be like nights at full moon ... By this time mankind will be stricken with terror. Birds will be like reptiles and will not use their wings. Animals of the ground, in fear and alarm, will raise such a clamor that it will make human hearts tremble. Men will flee their abodes in order not to see the weird occurrence." -- Johann Friede
If prophet Johann Friede can be believed, a supernova will be close enough to earth for its blue ring nebula to nearly encompass the horizon when it rises or sets. But that would likely take a number of years, possibly 20 or 30 years, depending on how close the star is that explodes.
Then again, it could take several hundred years for the nebula to drift to earth and become the size he describes. If Nostradamus is correct about human history ending in AD 2827 (as Armageddon, and then ushering in the millennium of Christ), this nebula prophecy might be one for the early 2800's.
So gigantic will the nebula appear that it will terrify many who gaze upon it. Yet, it will be a sign, an omen, after which a more terrible series of events will occur, like the motions of things slowing down, a gradual weakening of electrical, artificial lighting, and birds not being able to fly, crawling around the streets like reptiles. Eventually ash falls like snow over everything accompanied by a glowing fog.
The prophecy is similar to the three days of darkness in length of time ... but a lot different. Many people run out of their homes in a state of panic, due in part to noises made by animals, and then later fall into a slumber ... a sleep from which many never wake up. Others awake to find themselves covered with ashes and a strange luminous fog hanging above the ground. No demons, no fiendish evil spirits frightening people to death by shock, which we usually see in many of the three days of darkness prophecies. No mention of a great and terrible war in progress or deadly yellow dust. No mention of sealing off windows, dying from a cramp or from terror if you look out, and praying beneath the illumination of candles that have been blessed. Indeed, this seems to happen during a time of relative peace and very near the end of human history, not World War III.
It is possible it is a much later and final repetition of the three days of darkness prophesied to occur at the end of World War III ... only this one happens centuries later.
Apophis and the Number 7: Why it May Impact Earth in 2029 or 2036
The great mountain seven stades round, after peace, war, famine, inundation:
It will roll far drowning great countries, even ancient ones, and great foundation.
And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the creatures which were in the sea, and had life, died; and the third part of the ships were destroyed.
Thus is the case with the giant asteroid Apophis (the Greek name of the Egyptian god of Chaos, Apep, also called The Evil Uncreator), due to next approach our planet on April 13, 2029 and again in late March 2036. After that the intervals between passages lengthen significantly. If Earth is not impacted by Apophis in 2029 or 2036, then the next two flybys that will be as dangerously close are in 2068 and 2105.
On April 13, 2029 it will pass 31,000 kilometers of Earth. The distance is ten times CLOSER than the moon, and even closer than some man-made satellites. The colossal asteroid will skim the Earth from a height at which many of the planet’s spacecraft operate. It will be the closest asteroid of its size in recorded history ... aside from the one that destroyed the dinosaurs. On that date, it will become as bright as magnitude 3, an easy naked eye object assuming it doesn't impact (in which case it will be very bright indeed, briefly). The asteroid is almost as tall as NYC's Empire State Building and would have the explosive force of 750 megatons if it impacted the Earth. For comparison, the largest hydrogen bomb ever detonated had the explosive force of 57 megatons. In terms of natural disasters the 1883 eruption of Krakatoa was the equivalent of roughly 200 megatons.
What is lacking for the great destroyer is a base 7 precedent somewhere in our past. There is none, but by assuring us that Apophis will return again seven years later in 2036, assuming it does not impact earth in 2029, a future precedent is established. By becoming a base 7 event, Apophis also becomes a potentially catastrophic event waiting to happen in EITHER 2029 or 2036.
It is that number 7 that makes it dangerous, not the scientific data.
Regardless of the projections or potential kill/miss ratios, APOPHIS WILL become a BASE 7 EVENT between April 2029 and March 2036. Thus all initial warnings made must be heeded, such as the likelihood that if the colossal giant does not strike Earth in 2029, it will shear our planet's atmosphere and return for a full on impact in 2036. Some destructive heat energy may even be unleashed in 2029 due to the shearing effect.
Even so, scientists have only now been conducting simulation tests to figure out what would happen if Apophis struck our planet or impacted a large city such as New York.
Still, that is only 7 years after the Chelyabinsk meteor entered Earth's atmosphere over Russia on February 15, 2013. The light from the meteor was brighter than the Sun, visible up to 62 miles away. It produced a huge shock wave of about the same force as the bomb dropped on Hiroshima. Over 7,200 buildings in six cities across the region were damaged by the explosion's shock wave, and about 1,500 people were injured seriously enough to seek medical treatment. The only precedent for the Chelyabinsk meteor was the 1908 Tunguska event (June 30). That was 105 (7 x 15) years earlier. Apophis, although not expected to come very close to Earth (supposedly), will pass uncomfortably close in terms of the base 7 interval between February 15, 2013 and January 5, 2020. This is the sort of interval that often occurs in base 7 between two similar events, off by six weeks, a month or two months (or occasionally spot on to the very day).
Perhaps Apophis will in some manner produce a small fragment that will stray quickly to Earth on or near January 5, 2020 ... one that will rival the force and brightness of the 2013 Chelyabinsk meteor. We might think of it as a kind of calling card to remind us of the bigger threat posed by Apophis in 2029 or 2036.
June 24, 2020: It is no longer believed that the asteroid that caused the Tunguska Effect in Siberia on June 30, 1908 created an air burst similar to what occurred in Chelyabinsk in 2013 before crashing into the earth. It is now believed that the asteroid never hit our planet at all. Instead, the mere shearing of earth's upper atmosphere by the Tunguska asteroid produced a shock wave that resulted in nearly 800 square miles in the Siberian forest to be flattened within seconds, then the asteroid shot back out into space. One can appreciate the degree of damage and destruction this shock wave produced:
Tunguska event may have been caused by iron asteroid that went back into space, researchers say
The Tunguska event, a seismic blast that rocked a remote Siberian forest more than a century ago, is believed to have been caused by a meteor that exploded before it hit the ground. A new study sheds more light on the asteroid, noting it may have never actually hit Earth at all.
Meteor that blasted millions of trees in Siberia only 'grazed' Earth, new research says
(Image: © Sovfoto/Universal Images Group via Getty Images) A new explanation for a massive blast over a remote Siberian forest in 1908 is even stranger than the mysterious incident itself. Known as the Tunguska event, the blast flattened more than 80 million trees in seconds, over an area spanning nearly 800 square miles (2,000 square kilometers) - but left no crater.
Unfortunately on April 13, 2029, Apophis will in a similar fashion SHEAR OUR UPPER ATMOSPHERE! The catastrophic damage it will almost certainly cause may be comparable to Tunguska, except it may happen over a habitable, populated part of the planet. Imagine 800 square miles of an area that included New York City, Paris, London, or any other capital city ... or simply a large city anywhere or a populated area outside of a city. It will be nothing less than apocalyptic. If it also passes through Earth's keyhole, it will then return on April 13, 2036 and IMPACT!
We watched in horror because we realized that what happened to king-sized planet Jupiter could one day happen to little old Earth. One of the fragments that hit Jupiter was actually well over a mile in circumference!
Thus, instead of an asteroid impact, we might experience a number of smaller impacts. Maybe many impacts ... like a hail of fire:
Revelation 8:7: The first angel sounded, and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.
Whether or not the asteroid breaks up into fragments completely or partially, or even impacts entirely, the 1994 Shoemaker-Levy 9 precedent indicates something very bad may happen on April 13, 2029, courtesy of Apophis.
Exactly 7 Years From Today A Massive Asteroid Will Get Closer To Earth Than Some Of Our Satellites. Should NASA Visit It?
Exactly seven years from today—on April 13, 2029—the “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid” (PHA) called Apophis will pass inside the orbits of our geosynchronous satellites. That’s about 23,000 miles/37,000 kilometers from Earth’s surface. That’s close. Apophis is enormous. Discovered in 2005, it’s reckoned to be about 1,100 feet/340 meters in diameter. That’s about as tall as the Empire State Building in Manhattan, New York.
Astronomers shed light on ‘God of Chaos’ asteroid Apophis ahead of Earth flyby in 2029
SCIENTISTS have shed new light on a near-Earth asteroid nicknamed the "God of Chaos". The space rock Apophis is as big as the Empire State Building and is expected to make a close pass of Earth in 2029. Apophis was discovered in 2004 and was for a while believed to be on a collision course with our planet. In light of this, its name refers to an Egyptian "demon serpent who personified evil and chaos", according to Nasa.
NASA Says God of Chaos Asteroid Won't Hit Earth for 100 Years at Least
The "poster child" for hazardous asteroids—named after an ancient Egyptian god of chaos—has no chance of striking the Earth over the next 100 years at the very least, according to a new NASA analysis. Prior to the latest analysis, a small chance remained that the space rock, known as 99942 Apophis, could collide with our planet in the year 2068.
Much-feared asteroid Apophis won't hit Earth for at least 100 years, Nasa says
Nasa has given Earth the all clear on the chances of an asteroid called Apophis hitting our planet any time in the next century, having worried space scientists for over 15 years. The 340-metre (1,100ft) chunk of space rock hit the headlines in 2004 after its discovery led to some worrying forecasts about its orbit. It became a “poster child for hazardous asteroids”, according to one Nasa expert.
Sunlight changes Asteroid Apophis' path; will it increase probability of collision?
Asteroid Apophis which was earlier predicted to pass really close to Earth in 2068 but with new calculations by astronomers coming to light. The asteroid's orbit has been disturbed by the heat it is taking from the Sun. This phenomenon is called Yarkovsky effect as it celestial object's path changes due to heat energy being radiated asymmetrically.
Asteroid impact with Earth a 'possibility'
The Apophis asteroid is getting faster as it heads towards Earth according to researchers at the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy. Officially it is now under the Yarkovsky effect which means some parts of the asteroid are heating up faster than other parts.
Asteroid Apophis Could Still Hit Earth in 2068, New Study Suggests
Only a small handful of objects are known to pose a serious threat to Earth, and the gigantic asteroid Apophis is one of them. Scientists are now re-evaluating its potential to strike our planet in 48 years, owing to improved observations of the problematic asteroid.
Massive asteroid Apophis on path for Earth impact in 2068
Sixty Six million years ago a 14-kilometer long, Mount-Everest sized asteroid blasted a hole in the ground, when at the moment of impact, the top of it might have still towered more than a mile above the cruising altitude of a 747," writes Peter Brannen in Ends of the World.
Passage of asteroid Apophis near Earth in August is not threatening, expert says
MOSCOW, July 28. /TASS/. Passage of the Apophis asteroid near Earth in August 2020 is not dangerous for humankind. The passage of the asteroid in 2029 won't be threatening either, Vice President of the Russian Academy of Sciences astrophysicist Yuri Balega told TASS on Tuesday.
Asteroid shock: Preacher's bizarre prophecy of 'explosions' and 'deep impact' revealed
In a live broadcast to his more than 335,000 YouTube followers, the preacher linked Asteroid Apophis to passages in Revelation 8:8. Pastor Begley said: "It doesn't matter if it deep impacts us or not. It's too big, that's too close.
NASA asteroid news: Apophis will GRAZE the path of satellites
NASA is already gearing up for the flyby of the asteroid Apophis on April 13, 2029, despite it being almost a decade away. Apophis, which is 340 metres wide, is set to pass Earth at a staggeringly close distance of 31,200 kilometres (19,400 miles) in 2029, and while NASA has ruled out the possibility of it hitting Earth, it will skim the orbital paths of some satellites.
Heads Up, There Is An 1,100 Foot Wide Asteroid Heading Our Way And It's Going To Get Very, Very Close
Mark your calendars. April 13, 2029. That's the day a monstrous 1,100 foot wide asteroid is going to go zooming by Earth at a rather alarmingly close distance from the planet. In fact, when asteroid 99942 Apophis (2004 MN4) buzzes our planet it will be so close that it will actually be visible to the naked eye.
Asteroid warning: Bizarre claim Bible warns of deep impact in 2029 - Book of Revelation
The scripture in question reads: "Then the seven angels who had the seven trumpets prepared to sound them. "The first angel sounded his trumpet, and there came hail and fire mixed with blood, and it was hurled down on the earth.
Huge 'God of Chaos' asteroid could be steered onto a collision course with Earth
In less than ten year's time, a huge icy space rock taller than the Eiffel Tower will travel perilously close to Earth. Named after the Egyptian god of chaos, Asteroid 99942 Apophis is big enough to kill tens of millions of people if it were to hit our planet.
Asteroid warning: 'God of chaos' Apophis asteroid could cause tsunamis and climate change
A 370-metre wide asteroid known as 99942 Apophis is potentially on a collision course with Earth, and it could cause global devastation if it does hit. The Apophis God of Chaos asteroid is named after the Ancient Egyptian god of evil, darkness and destruction.
Asteroids: Apophis asteroid can potentially cause environmental disasters - EconoTimes
From all the asteroids that have made a close encounter with Earth and passing through the planet's orbit, this may be potentially the most dangerous one yet. In the event that this particular asteroid passes into Earth, then it could result in environmental disasters.
Ufologist Claims Aliens Warned Him Of Earth-Killer Asteroid Apophis' Arrival
Ufologist Billy Meier claimed that aliens have warned him about the destruction that the killer asteroid Apophis will cause on Earth during an impact event. He also said the aliens suggested a way on how to successfully deflect the massive asteroid away from Earth.
NASA predictions wrong? Asteroid Apophis may pull earth to prehistoric ages, claims expert
Michael Horn, a self-proclaimed scientist and official representative for alleged alien contactee Billy Meier has claimed that earth's impact with Apophis asteroid could pull the planet back to prehistoric ages. Horn made these remarks while talking exclusively to Express.co.uk. Contradicting NASA predictions, Horn assured that this rogue space body will definitely hit the earth, causing massive destruction everywhere.
Asteroid warning: Astronomers fear 'God of Chaos' asteroid will strike TWICE in 2029, 2036
Asteroid trackers at the observatory were able to observe the space rock for two days before their views were disrupted by bad weather. As a result of the mishap, there was some uncertainty about the space rock's orbit. NASA has since ruled out any major risk of impact, including on the two dates in 2029 and 2036.
End of the world: Bible scholar's shock claim apocalyptic asteroid strike 'prophesied'
A BIBLE scholar has shockingly claimed to Express.co.uk that an asteroid heading toward Earth has a far greater chance of striking than originally predicted and, when it does, it will be fulfilling a prophecy for the end of the world.
NASA asteroid WARNING: 1,115ft Asteroid Apophis will skim Earth AS CLOSE as spacecraft
The colossal asteroid will skim the Earth from a height at which many of the planet's spacecraft operate. Asteroid Apophis will swing by from a distance of about 19,000 miles (31,000 km) above the surface. And when the asteroid approaches, it will be visible to the naked eye as a speck of light gradually "getting brighter and faster".
IMPACT of asteroid that will approach Earth in 2029 'CANNOT be ruled out'
Astronomers have calculated the Apophis asteroid will speed past Earth on April 13, 2029, at just 18,600 miles away - a hair's width in astronomical terms. To put that into perspective, the moon is 238,900 miles away.
Mass Sex Slaying of at least 8 Women
Unlike Richard Speck, This Killer will Slay His Wife and Son First
Quand l'adultere blessé sans coup aura merdri la femme & le filz par despit,
ferme assoumee l'enfant estranglera: Huit captifz prins, s'estouffer sans respit.
When the adulterer wounded without a blow will have murdered his wife and son out of spite;
his wife knocked down, he will strangle the child: Eight captives taken, choked beyond help.
Nor can we compare the events in this quatrain with the recent attacks on three Atlanta-area massage parlors where eight people were shot to death by a gunman. Seven of the victims were women, I believe, and one was a male. This case, in turn, is reminiscent of the August 2008 LA Fitness Gym shootings where gym member George Sodini walked in one night and randomly shot 13 women. Three died, the other ten were critically injured.
These ruthless and horrifying events have been classified as "mass murders." Likewise the mass shootings of people attending a country music concert in Las Vegas and the many school shootings over the past two decades have been characterized as "mass murders" as well. The massage parlor and gym murders were also termed as "sexist" as the victims were all or mostly women. There can be no argument about that.
But there is a problem. The nightmarish events of July 1966 carried out by Richard Speck against eight student nurses has also been categorized over the years as a "mass murder" by criminal sociologists. Given the spate of dozens of shootings over the years as being considered "mass murders" the term seems rather weak and only technically accurate when applied to the Speck slayings. Indeed, in 1966, the term used most often in the news was "sex murders" or "sex slayings" and "mass murder" reported as an afterthought.
Nor could the killings be called "serial murders" (a term that would not be in use until the Zodiac murders) as those are sex slayings that occur by one perpetrator (or a collaboration of two) over a period of time ... many months and even years ... in a certain area or even all over the country. I should add that not all serial murders are sexual in nature, but most are.
The case of Richard Speck, therefore, is virtually unique. It is a kind of murder that is much more personal than a mass shooting is, murders involving close physical contact over a period of hours, use of restraints to keep the victims from escaping, false assurances that the victims will be freed after the ordeal is over if they cooperate, and usually also the rape of victims before they are murdered. Victims are usually stabbed or strangled or both ... as was the case with student nurses in 1966. And if the perpetrator isn't caught, he may never again repeat his crimes (unlike the serial murderer).
Some background now about the Richard Speck slayings:
High on alcohol and drugs, Speck threatened and attacked the women with a gun and a butcher's knife, bound and gagged them, then, over the course of the night, raped each one, strangling and/or stabbing each one dead afterwards. A ninth student nurse, Cora Amurao, escaped to testify against him by hiding under a bed while her housemates were killed.
Detectives would find Gloria Davy dead on the sofa, naked and sexually assaulted. Upstairs, Pamela Wilkening had been gagged and stabbed through the heart. Suzanne Farris was in a pool of blood, having been strangled with her own stockings and stabbed 18 times. Mary Ann Jordan was stabbed three times. Nina Schmale was stabbed in a pattern around her broken neck. Valentina Paison's throat had been cut. Merlita Gargullo had been stabbed and strangled. Patricia Matusek was also strangled. The women had been so disfigured that the director of nurses was able to recognize only 3 of them.
Thus, the Speck "Student Nurse Murders" (aka "Richard Speck Sex Murders") are unique in the annals of crime. Often the basis for both A-list and low budget horror films, like Sorority House Massacre, what used to be called "slasher films," these movies would have the viewer believe the student nurse murders have happened many times over the years. But that is simply not so. Again, Speck's crime was unique and has never really been repeated.
But if we look at Nostradamus, Quatrain 8.63, it is clear his crime will be repeated. And it will be even worse: there will be ten murder victims rather than eight. Also, unlike Speck, this killer will be married with one child ... and he will attack both first before going out to murder more.
Something will set the killer off. It says "the adulterer will be wounded without a blow." Someone, probably his wife or else "the other woman," will cause emotional injury ... he will be hurt to the point of homicide. Maybe the other woman will threaten to end the relationship or the wife will want a divorce ... and probably more will be involved to cause such injury.
He will knock his wife down. Her death may be accidental. Then he will proceed to strangle his son to death. His son must be a small boy unable to defend himself. There may be other children in the family, but they are not mentioned. If there are, they are not home when this happens or very small and asleep in another room (in which case their lives are spared for some reason). Then he goes out into the night and takes eight people hostage .... and murders them one by one. This is where the Richard Speck slayings operate as a precedent.
We do not know the gender of the eight victims. But we do know he overpowers them enough that he is able to strangle them one at a time. Speck used a gun to have one of the nurses tie up the other seven. The same thing could happen here. Speck stabbed and strangled his victims. However, in this case, Nostradamus says all eight will be strangled ("choked"). As the adulterer was "wounded" by a woman, I suspect all eight victims will be female again. These will be sex crimes ... but where this will happen is anyone's guess.
November 18, 2022: FOX Cable TV News reported last night that it is now believed the murders occurred one at a time, with each victim taken and killed separately. If so, the others either did not know the killer was in the house or else they were unable to get away for some reason, perhaps they were locked in a room or tied up.
I don't know if what we are now witnessing in Idaho is this Richard Speck event happening 7 years early or if it is a prefiguring or foreshadowing of the murders predicted here for 2029.
I have been following the LEAD YEAR out of five base 7 years as 1957 for 2020, 1958 for 2021, and 1959 for 2022. The beginning of the Asian Flu Pandemic (1957) and that of the COVID-19 Pandemic (2020) matched up exactly. The double comets of 1957 were also repeated in 2020. Likewise, the firearm suicide of actor George Reeves in 1959 and that of country singer icon Naomi Judd in 2022 were an exact match. These are sparse examples, there have been other similar repetitions for 1957, 1958, and 1959 ... in some cases further clarified in combination with another base 7 year. Buddy Holly's plane crash in 1959 and Aaliyah's fiery plane crash death in 2001 together led to the shocking fiery car crash of actress Anne Heche whose high speed car went airborne and struck a house.
As I said, roughly five base 7 years have contributed to each year, the LEAD YEAR plus four more recent years on the timelines. For 2022, that has been 1959, 1980, 1994, 2001, and 2015. This year (2022) the lead year is 1959.
This event, a Richard Speck style mass murder of eight student nurses, was based on 1966 being the lead year ... which should not occur until 2029. But currently in Idaho, it appears what was to have happened in 2029 has occurred instead seven years early, in 2022. That it is a factor of seven years maintains a connection to the Speck murders despite occurring seven years earlier than anticipated. This mass slaying could have been projected to occur in 2022 as easily as 2029 ... but the lead year of 1959 argued against it.
There are major differences, and they in themselves are troubling at this time. One of course is that four students were murdered, not eight. Based on the photos of the three female victims, these would appear to be sex slayings. The male may have been killed simply because he was in the way.
The killer escaped and is at large. If he kills again, this changes from a mass murder or mass sex slaying to a serial murder. If there are multiple victims each time, we will be dealing with something entirely new: a serial killer who is also a mass murderer. Serial murders normally occur one victim at a time over a period of days, weeks, and months. We have never seen several victims killed at a time over a period of days, weeks, or months.
If that happens, we are instead looking at a repeat of the Boston Strangler murders (only stabbings in this case), not anticipated to begin until 2025. But that is only two years away as this year is nearly over. Base 7 events in rare instances occur two years and x number of months early.
Either way, if the fiend is not caught soon, he may bring a reign of terror to the state of Idaho ... or beyond. Or he may disappear altogether and the four murders never solved.
IDAHO MASSACARE SUSPECT BRYAN KOHBERGER: KENTUCKY WOMAN PROFESSES LOVE FOR HIM
Bryan Kohberger -- the man charged with the University of Idaho student massacre -- is already getting the bizarre affection from women obsessed with alleged mass murderers. Brittney Hislope has written a series of Facebook posts professing her love for the accused murderer of 4 college classmates, gushing that Kohberger is the “perfect man” for her. In one post, Hislope said, “My love interest … is named Bryan and is accused of murder, and I just wish to connect with him above anyone else.”
Surviving Idaho murders roommates Bethany Funke, Dylan Mortensen: What we know
Their brush with a bloodthirsty killer was hardly discussed. Now, what one of the two survivors saw and heard the Nov. 13 night four University of Idaho students died after Bryan Kohberger allegedly stabbed them in their beds has been revealed. Bethany Funke and Dylan Mortensen, both 21 — the sole survivors of the bloodbath — found their friends’ bodies hours after the brutal attack in their off-campus home. For the first seven weeks of the police investigation, it was reported they’d slept during the bloodbath. But on Thursday, a police report showed something far more chilling: Mortensen came face to face with the killer just before he slunk out of the college house.
Idaho killings suspect waives extradition from Pennsylvania
CNN — The suspect in the November slaying of four University of Idaho students waived extradition from his home state of Pennsylvania to face murder charges in the state of Idaho. Bryan Kohberger arrived at Pennsylvania’s Monroe County Courthouse Tuesday by prison transport van, cuffed and in a prison jumpsuit, and was escorted to the back of the courthouse by armed law enforcement. Kohberger answered “no” when the judge asked if he had any mental health issues that would impede his ability to waive his extradition, and Kohberger’s father, also in the courtroom, shook his head “no.”
IDAHO MURDER SUSPECT: COPS STOPPED KOHBERGER TWICE DURING ROAD TRIP ... Prior to His Arrest
Bryan Kohberger, the man arrested for the murder of 4 University of Idaho students, was pulled over by cops 2 times during a cross-country road trip with his dad ... and soon before Moscow PD named him as the alleged killer. Kohberger's extradition lawyer, Jason LaBar, filled in NBC about the traffic stops ... saying the 28-year-old and his father drove from Seattle to Pennsylvania over the holidays -- but got pulled over twice in Indiana.
No other arrests likely in Idaho murders, chief says: 'We believe we have our guy'
A 28-year-old graduate student arrested in connection with the murders of four University of Idaho students is believed to be the only suspect in the high-profile case, authorities said. "We believe we have our guy, the one that committed these murders," Moscow Police Chief James Fry told ABC News Saturday. Fry said he does not anticipate additional arrests in connection with the murders of roommates Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen and Xana Kernodle, and Kernodle's boyfriend, Ethan Chapin, who were all stabbed to death in the girls' off-campus house on Nov. 13.
'Not a hint of stress'; WSU students react to arrest in Idaho murder case
PULLMAN, Wash. - The WSU Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology released a new statement Saturday morning after Ph.D. student Bryan Kohberger was arrested in the murder of four Idaho college students. It reads, "The Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Washington State University is aggrieved by the alleged horrendous acts of one of its graduate students. We are relieved that justice will be carried out. Our hearts are with the victims' families." Meantime, students who knew Kohberger are sharing more details about his time on the WSU campus.
Police investigating Idaho murders "identify patterns" as they zero in on Hyundai Elantra spotted on video
More than a month after four University of Idaho students were found dead inside a house near campus, police continue to zero in on a white car that was spotted on video near the home as evidence is leading authorities to "identify patterns" about the case. Detectives have been searching for a white 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra that was seen on video "in the immediate area" of the residence around the time of the murders. On Thursday, the Moscow Police Department said investigators are sorting through 22,000 registered vehicles that fit the description of the car.
Idaho murders: Investigators traveled at least 24 miles to collect surveillance video related to the killings
MOSCOW, Idaho – Fox News has learned investigators traveled at least 24 miles to the east of Moscow, Idaho, to the nearby towns of Troy and Kendrick to acquire surveillance video in relation to the quadruple homicide of four University of Idaho students. An employee at a gas station in Troy, Idaho, about 12 miles east of Moscow on Highway 8, tells Fox News investigators asked for video, but their property does not have a camera facing outside.
Moscow murders: Police have identified 'patterns' in the investigation
MOSCOW, Idaho — Moscow Police Department has identified certain "patterns" in the quadruple student murder investigation, leading them to sort through over 22,000 white cars that could be the one they are looking for. It's been more than a month since 20-year-old Ethan Chapin, from Conway, Washington; 21-year-old Madison Mogen, from Coeur d'Alene; 20-year-old Xana Kernodle, from Post Falls and 21-year-old Kaylee GonCalves, from Rathdrum -- were all pronounced dead on Nov. 13. from a stabbing at a house on King Road, near the University of Idaho campus.
Idaho police appear to reverse course, do not know if 'residence or any occupants were specifically targeted'
Law enforcement officials investigating the murders of four University of Idaho students appeared to walk back their claim that one or more of the victims were "targeted," saying late Wednesday evening that they do not know if that is the case. "Detectives do not currently know if the residence or any occupants were specifically targeted but continue to investigate," the Moscow Police Department said in a news release.
Idaho murders: Third unsolved stabbing attack resurfaces amid college slaying mystery
MOSCOW, Idaho - As investigators skipped Thanksgiving celebrations to continue their search for a suspect in the unsolved slaying of four University of Idaho students, a third unsolved stabbing in the Pacific Northwest has resurfaced with eerie similarities. Reporters at a news briefing Wednesday asked Moscow police about the possible connection between the students’ slayings and a second unsolved stabbing, which left Travis Juetten dead and seriously injured his wife Jamilyn in Oregon. Authorities say an intruder attacked the couple in their sleep around 3 a.m. on Aug. 13, 2021.
"The killer escaped and is at large. If he kills again, this changes from a mass murder or mass sex slaying to a serial murder. If there are multiple victims each time, we will be dealing with something entirely new: a serial killer who is also a mass murderer. Serial murders normally occur one victim at a time over a period of days, weeks, and months. We have never seen several victims killed at a time over a period of days, weeks, or months.
If that happens, we are instead looking at a repeat of the Boston Strangler murders (only stabbings in this case), not anticipated to begin until 2025. But that is only two years away as this year is nearly over. Base 7 events in rare instances occur two years and x number of months early."
It is still too soon to make a definite link between the slayings of the four Idaho students, a man in Oregon, the multiple stabbings of his wife (who survived), and a 71-year-old woman in Washington state. If such connections are made, these comments and news embeds will be moved to the 2025 Predictions page under the future Boston Strangler serial killings, although these have been stabbings instead and the four student murders would have been two years early.
Nothing can be taken as fact at this time as there is also a stalker theory being seriously considered as well (see below).
Idaho murders: What we know about victim Kaylee Goncalves' reported 'stalker'
Kaylee Goncalves, one of four students University of Idaho students who was brutally murdered on Nov. 13, told others that she "may have had a stalker" before she was killed, but authorities have not been able to verify that information, police said on Wednesday. "We obtained information through some of our interviews that Kaylee had made some comments about a stalker. So that's where that came from," Moscow Police Captain Roger Lanier told reporters on Wednesday. "We have followed up looking at specific time frames and specific areas of town. So far, we have not been able to corroborate it, but we're not done looking into that piece of information."
A week after 4 University of Idaho students were killed, there are mounting questions in the investigation and few answers
CNN — One week after the the bodies of four University of Idaho students were discovered in their shared off-campus home in the town of Moscow, authorities do not have a suspect in custody nor has a weapon been found, according to Moscow Police Captain Roger Lanier. Police have fielded 646 tips and have conducted more than 90 interviews so far, said Police Chief James Fry during a Sunday press conference. “We’re trying to expedite everything that might possibly lead to a suspect,” Latah County prosecutor Bill Thompson said Saturday.
Idaho butcher case is similar to 'Gainesville Ripper' who murdered five women with a military combat knife in 1990 and inspired the Scream movies, says expert
A crime expert is now comparing the grizzly murders of the University of Idaho students to the 'Gainesville Ripper' from 1990 whose crimes inspired the 'Scream' franchise. Joseph Scott Morgan, a professor of applied forensics at Jacksonville State University, recently told one outlet that he believes the murders of the four students are reminiscent of the crimes that sent shock and panic through Gainesville, Florida, in 1990.
‘We’re leaving as fast as we can’: University of Idaho reels with unease days after killing of 4 students and no suspect identified
CNN — Five days after four University of Idaho students were found stabbed in their off-campus home last weekend, a deep sense of apprehension and grief is affecting the community as authorities work to identify a suspect. The university’s often-packed parking lots had many empty spots Thursday after scores of students decided to return home or leave the area after the quadruple homicide last weekend shocked the college town of Moscow, Idaho. “Everybody kind of just went back home because they’re scared. … It’s definitely uneasy on campus right now,” student Nathan Tinno told CNN.
The Cause of Death of the 4 Murdered Idaho College Students Confirmed by Coroner
An Idaho coroner has revealed the cause of death for four University of Idaho students who were killed earlier this week. Ethan Chapin, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kaylee GonCalves, 21, were found dead in an off-campus apartment on Sunday. All four victims were stabbed to death, Latah County Coroner Catherine Mabbutt confirmed in a release shared by the Moscow Police Department on Facebook Thursday. Their deaths were all ruled officially homicides.
What we know about Idaho students’ killing as community awaits updates
The University of Idaho community remains on edge several days after four students were found stabbed to death Sunday in an off-campus home, with many students leaving the 10,000-person campus early for Thanksgiving break. Police in the northwest Idaho city of Moscow on Wednesday retracted previous assurances that other residents were not in danger. With no arrests made or even a description of the killer, Chief James Fry urged people to remain aware of their surroundings as officials investigate the killings of 20-year-olds Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle and 21-year-olds Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves.
I am sure the world will think the crash is somehow linked to the 100 year event, but that's usually not the kind of anniversaries where things happen all over again. Usually a century repetition of history is actually a 98-year repeat (7 x 14 years). Thus there were 98 years between the assassinations of U.S. presidents Abraham Lincoln (1865) and John F. Kennedy (1963).
Thus if 1929 still had any influence on future events, it would cause a Crash of 2027. But the vibes from 1987 (Black Monday) and 2008 are much stronger and in line, making September-October 2029 the more likely vector. One good reason is that the 1987 event was much worse than the 1929 crash ... much, much worse. Yet, unlike 1929, Black Monday failed to plunge the country into a ten-year depression.
In fact it was the 1987 crash that I used to forecast the crash of 2008, an event that was fulfilled live on my main website. The 2008 crash resulted in the Great Recession, but failed to plunge the world economy into a depression as I predicted. So I was right about the crash and I was partially right about the longer term consequences.
But that is twice a major meltdown on Wall Street, both historic, failed to bring about another Great Depression. Perhaps in 2029 we will be as lucky as '87 and '08, but we all know what they say about three strikes in baseball: "three strikes and you're out."
However, this is an extraordinary situation: for the first time in modern history, a disease has caused a stock market crash and may result in a depression. For something like this, there is no precedent, and thus no historical pattern from which it could have been anticipated in advance. Not even most prophecy has directly linked plague with the world economy. But now that it has happened, COVID19 has become a precedent for financial disaster due to pandemics ... something future generations will have to learn from and include in their calculations.
The crash of '20 was artificial ... forced ... the byproduct of shutting down nearly all businesses in order to deal with the pandemic. If you want to close everything down, you can have a stock market crash every year ... maybe even twice a year every year.
SVB's Lightning Collapse Stuns Banking Industry
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The rapid unraveling of SVB Financial Group has blindsided the banking industry after years of stability. The collapse on Friday, the largest bank failure since the 2008 financial crisis, had a unique set of circumstances but raised questions about hidden weaknesses that could have consequences for customers and employees and potentially highlight issues in other banks.
Silicon Valley Bank imploded in a single day. It could be just the tip of the iceberg.
The market on Friday watched as regulators shut the doors at Silicon Valley Bank, capping off a speedy decline and marking the biggest bank failure since 2008. The bank's collapse was a byproduct of the Federal Reserve's hiking of interest rates by 1,700% in less than a year. Once risk-free Treasurys started generating more attractive returns than what SVB was offering, people started withdrawing their money, and the bank needed a quick way to pay them. They were ultimately forced to sell their loan portfolio at a huge loss.
SVB Fallout Spreads Around World From London to Singapore
(Bloomberg) -- The fallout from the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank is beginning to spread around the world. Startup founders in California’s Bay Area are panicking about access to money and paying employees. Fears of contagion have reached Canada, India and China. In the UK, SVB’s unit is set to be declared insolvent, has already ceased trading and is no longer taking new customers. On Saturday, the leaders of roughly 180 tech companies sent a letter calling on UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt to intervene.
Dow logs worst day in over a year as fears over new Covid-19 variant grip global markets
New York (CNN Business)Wall Street was in a frenzy on Black Friday as stocks around the world tumbled in the face of a new Covid-19 variant. US equities took a dive at the open and continued their downward path, resulting in a terrible day for the stock market and the worst day for the Dow in over a year. Oil prices were also badly hit.
Higher Inflation Is Here to Stay for Years, Economists Forecast
Americans should brace themselves for several years of higher inflation than they’ve seen in decades, according to economists who expect the robust post-pandemic economic recovery to fuel brisk price increases for a while. Economists surveyed this month by The Wall Street Journal raised their forecasts of how high inflation would go and for how long, compared with their previous expectations in April.
‘This is not going to end well’: Billionaire Leon Cooperman says stock market will be lower a year from now
‘I suspect the market will be lower a year from today. But I don’t have to make that guess now. This is not going to end well.’ That’s self-described “fully invested bear” Leon Cooperman, who told CNBC on Friday that given a coming rise in taxes, inflation and a “reasonably richly appraised market,” he has “an eye on the exit.”
The Artificial Crash of '20 ... A Crash that was FORCED to Happen.
US food prices see historic jump and are likely to stay high
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - As if trips to the grocery store weren't nerve-wracking enough, U.S. shoppers lately have seen the costs of meat, eggs and even potatoes soar as the coronavirus has disrupted processing plants and distribution networks.
JPMorgan's Bob Michele: U.S. Won't Stabilize For 10 Years Post Virus
J.P. Morgan Chief Investment Officer Bob Michele predicted it will take 10-12 years after the pandemic for U.S. employment to get back to its pre-coronavirus level, insisting it won't be as simple as turning the economy back on. "No, it's not that simple ...
As World Economic Crisis Worsens, Societies Begin to Fall Apart
The unprecedented world economic crisis will inevitably lead to social chaos and the breakdown of law and order and unknown consequences. Lest you think this is an exaggeration, look at what's happening in Lebanon.
96,845,000: Record Number of Americans Not in the Labor Force
A sign post in the window of a Main Street business in Walnut Creek, California, March 24, 2020. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images) (CNSNews.com) - The number of Americans counted as "not in the labor force," meaning they did not have a job and were not looking for one, increased by 1,763,000 to a record 96,845,000 in March, the Labor Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on Friday.
Hard Times In Age Of Coronavirus: Quarter Of Americans Have No Emergency Savings - Study Finds
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. - The U.S. economy is currently facing its toughest challenge since the Great Depression, and millions of Americans suddenly find themselves out of work. Financial experts have long advised people to build a savings account for emergencies, but it's fairly safe to say that no one saw a widespread economic emergency of this scale coming.
Dow has best day since 1933 as Congress nears deal on aid
NEW YORK (AP) - The Dow Jones Industrial Average surged to its best day since 1933 as Congress and the White House neared a deal on Tuesday to inject nearly $2 trillion of aid into an economy ravaged by the coronavirus.
Buddy, can you spare a dime? Echoes of '30s in viral crisis?
WASHINGTON (AP) - The imagery floats in sepia-colored photographs, faintly recalled images of bedraggled people lined up for bread or soup. Shacks in Appalachian hollows. Ruined investors taking their lives in the face of stock market crashes. Desperation etched on the faces of a generation that would soon face a world war.
This was the fastest 30% sell-off ever, exceeding the pace of declines during the Great Depression
Twenty-two days. That's all it took for the S&P 500 to fall 30% from its record high, the fastest drop of this magnitude in history. The second, third and fourth quickest 30% pullbacks all occurred during the Great Depression era in 1934, 1931 and 1929, respectively, according to data from Bank of America Securities.
The Worst of the Global Selloff Isn't Here Yet, Banks and Investors Warn
The most brutal stretch for global markets since the financial crisis likely isn't over yet, say investors and analysts who believe it is too early to assess the possible scale of economic damage from the coronavirus. In just a few weeks, U.S. stocks have lost roughly a third of their value.
"All Hell Is About to Break Loose": Could Wall Street's Coronavirus Tsunami Get Worse?
Before sunrise this morning, a normally calm and very senior Wall Street banker texted me: "All hell is about to break loose. No safe havens." His text could not be ignored, coming as it did on the morning after hedge fund manager Bill Ackman 's 28-minute cri de coeur to CNBC yesterday, during which he essentially demanded that the U.S.
Bank of America says the recession is already here: 'Jobs will be lost, wealth will be destroyed'
Bank of America warned investors on Thursday that a coronavirus-induced recession is no longer avoidable - it's already here. "We are officially declaring that the economy has fallen into a recession ... joining the rest of the world, and it is a deep plunge," Bank of America U.S.
'D' word rears head as coronavirus-hit markets brace for recession
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The coronavirus shockwaves rippling through U.S. stocks are forcing investors to contemplate outcomes more dire than a recession, including several quarters of declining economic activity, a credit crisis or even a depression. The rising global toll from the pandemic and the uncertainty over how far it may spread has left investors and economists scrambling to gauge the financial fallout.
Stock markets spinning after Fed's emergency coronavirus cuts
Global stock markets are sliding after the Federal Reserve cut its most important interest rates to near zero Sunday evening to help blunt the economic damage from the fast-spreading novel coronavirus. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell called the actions " strong measures," but the emergency rate cut, the second in two weeks -and an unusually large one-percentage-point cut at that - unnerved markets once again.
Stocks post biggest rally since 2008, clawing back some of their coronavirus collapse
Stocks soared Friday as Wall Street rebounded from the sharp losses suffered in the previous session - the worst since the "Black Monday" market crash in 1987. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 1,985 points higher, or 9.4%, at 23,185.62. Friday marked the Dow's biggest-ever point gain.
Still, keep an eye on the current situation. A 1987 and 2008 repeat should not be happening now but in 2022 or seven years later ... in 2029.