[Note from Ken Adachi: I'd like to remind readers that one of the hallmarks of government (or military) counterintelligence operatives is to post articles or send emails to web sites like mine -- ANONYMOUSLY. They never identify themselves by name or address you in a manner that sounds like a sincere individual. Almost without exception, they never respond back to me after I challenge them to identify themselves and ask them to provide more info about who they are and who (or what) they represent. The email seen below is no exception. I forwarded it to ZS Livingstone today for his analysis; and as usual, he didn't disappoint me. I never fail to marvel at ZSL's penetrating and sagacious insights. We are lucky indeed to enjoy his counsel. ]
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Subject: Methane Disaster In Louisiana Worsens!
From: "Gulf News Bulletin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, July 23, 2013 12:52 pm
A major catastrophe of unprecendented proportions is underway in Louisiana. Officials are baffled at the strange events now taking place at the Assumption Parish Sinkhole. The sinkhole has expanded to over 24 acres
and has been belching crude oil and methane gas. Pressure at the brine cavern wellhead has reached a staggering 600 PSI!
Methane is also bubbling up through the ground in a New Orleans Suburb more than 70 miles from the sinkhole.
----- Original Message -----
From: Ken Adachi
To: Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 2:00 PM
Subject: [Fwd: Methane Disaster In Louisiana Worsens!]
I wanted you to see this BS email and the articles connected with it.
This looks like a cover story to account for other hidden activity, like nuke fracking, perhaps. Tell me your thoughts.
PS. Here's a similar End Times Doom & Gloom psyops email received on July 19 from possibly the same operative. Notice how both emails use phony yahoo (CIA) email addresses and send you to Before It's News, which I never trusted as genuine from the beginning, as it displays all the red flags of a government sponsored "alternative news" web site, right down to the provocative, come-hither girlie photos and Viagra ads.
Subject: Second Sun Now Over New York, Amazing Footage
From: "NYN News Alerts" <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, July 19, 2013 7:52 pm
These amazing videos are a top story on Beforeitsnews.com today. Here is the direct link.
There can no longer be any doubt that these are Biblical signs and that something big is about to happen.
One of the reports about the sinkhole in Louisiana which came out on
YouTube soon after Bayou Corme started growing was that the salt dome was a
storage facility for butane. It does not make sense to store a refined
hydrocarbon in a place where it would be contaminated and would need to
undergo a second refining. Most refined butane goes directly to the
industries which use it. Excess butane not sold to chemical companies is
either used in natural gas for heating or in winter blend gasoline. It would
not be wasted.
The most likely reason for salt dome storage was that the butane was taken
from Iraq and there were no facilities able to hold the quantities shipped
It is possible more butane was placed in the salt dome than the geologists
recommended. Much of the oil wealth of Iraq has been "liberated" given to
the conquering alliance since 2003.
Many of the wells which once held Texas Light Crude are now full of Iraqi
crude. They would now be labeled as "strategic reserves" and off the books.
The amounts involved are now Pentagon secrets. It is likely the Louisiana
butane is off the books as well.
Butane is about twice the weight as air and does not mix a readily with air.
Methane is half the weight of air and mixes quickly rising up through the
column of air. Butane has a different chemistry than methane. Both are
explosive but need the correct amount of air evenly mixed to cause an
The man who reported his cement driveway in New Orleans buckled from a
methane explosion is in error. In the video the backhoe lifted the cement
and showed no underground cavity which would be needed to get enough fuel
and air mixed together create any sort of explosion. The cement buckled
because it was a hot day in 2010.
If New Orleans is bubbling with methane, it could be from Iraqi natural gas
in underground storage throughout the Gulf of Mexico. There are a lot of
salt domes in Louisiana and under the Gulf. It is possible the fracking
pumps which were beside Bayou Corme were pumping butane under pressure and not fracking brine.
Why would an oil company pump fracking brine into a salt
It's possible that a large number of fracking pumps around the USA are hiding
the Pentagon's strategic reserves. The conquering of Libya has added to the
glut of purloined hydrocarbons.
The pressures cited, "600 psi brine at the well head," is meaningless unless
the full picture of what is in the well is presented. There needs to be a
fluid driving up the pressure, not just brine. We are not told about butane
storage in the video.
The dangers surrounding methane ice are
misrepresented. It takes over 2300 psi, or about 5000 feet of water, at or near
freezing temperatures to form methane ice. Either the oceans need to shrink
considerably or ocean bottom temperatures need to rise to create a huge
release of methane. Earthquakes and underwater slides do release some
methane ice and some ships have sunk due to bubbling ocean water. It is
unlikely methane ice could form in salt domes.
Videos such as these create a confusing picture. They deliberately get
people emotional and unable to sift through the incongruence.
False prophesy on top of it all indicates these videos are psy-ops.
Subject: Methane Disaster In Louisiana Worsens
From: Don Nicoloff
Date: Wed, July 24, 2013
I read your new article and Z.S.'s analysis and agree with his findings.
I spent all of 2 minutes researching the e-mail address, "firstname.lastname@example.org. In fact, that's all I did. The address doesn't exist, so I trashed the e-mail. I knew it was
a psy-ops e-mail due to the address. I was sent the same garbage e-mail yesterday.
"beforeitsnew.com" is nothing but another disinformation web site. The proof is in the bogus e-mail address they used to send it.
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