What was really behind the August 23 earthquake in Virginia?
Sep 19, 2011
Remember the unusual 5.8 Richter earthquake that occurred August 23, 2011?
Apparently, the quake is causing gigantic sinkholes in the area.
The author of the above article mentions Ben Fulford's claim that this quake was caused by an underground nuclear explosion designed to destroy the politicians' underground refuge (city). The reason for this, he wrote later, is that the satanist leaders of the Western world intend to kill about 5 billion to prevent the earth's "overpopulation." To prepare for this, they have built huge underground shelters for themselves, most notably in Virginia and in Colorado.
It appears that the "Kings of the East," are alarmed at this diabolical plan and have banded together to fight back. It may be that they succeeded in detonating two nuclear devices underground to destroy the two main cities of refuge that were supposed to protect those who consider themselves to be the "elite," those who think they are worthy to live into the age to come. By doing so, the Eastern kings are saying to them, “you will not be given access to your underground shelters while the rest of us die.”
This is what Fulford wrote on August 30, a week after the quake:
In a related development, multiple sources claim two of the underground cities, one near Washington D.C. and another near Denver, Colorado, were destroyed by nuclear weapons last week. Some sources, also connected to intelligence circles, however, deny that such an attack took place.
Nevertheless, if the seismographic graph of the so-called earthquake that hit Washington D.C. last week is not a fake, then it appears that indeed a nuclear weapon was detonated at or near a known underground facility. Instead of showing a series of small quakes building up into a huge one as seen in natural quakes, the graph shows a sudden huge shake followed by smaller after-shocks typical of an explosion.
The message to the cabalists seems to be simple: “you will not be given access to your underground shelters while the rest of us die.”
It appears that Bob Jones' prophecy of Washington shaking and quaking might take on some new light with this.