Huge Fireball Lights Up Sky over Bangkok, Thailand


Huge Fireball Lights Up Sky over Bangkok, Thailand

Uh-huh. Another fireball, eh? And just what might be the origin of this “fireball” hmmm???  A meteorite, you say? Funny how there are so many “meteorites” these days… and a “thunderous explosion” or two, as a result. Green and orange? Colourful!

How about more fallout from the space wars? Left alone, I don’t think “meteorites” explode like that in mid-air before impact, but I’m no expert. In the old days they just burned up and disappeared.

What they don’t mention about the spectacular Chelyabinsk fireball is that at least one UFO/spacecraft was seen approaching the fireball and then seems to fly ahead of it. Can you imagine the speed of that craft?

My personal view is that the Galactics did something to mitigate the damage that fireball would have done had they not interfered. Was it a nuke? Did they disarm it? See the video below. It will be interesting to see if any similar footage surfaces from Bangkok once the videos are analyzed, but then, it was a much smaller one.

Since the cabal is desperate, I expect them to be trying all sorts of desperate measures to win the war, but most attempts are foiled. We are protected and they will not and CANNOT win, but alas they just… don’t… get it.

September is indeed shaping up to be an active month with a plethora of odd explosions and skyward anomalies. Is it wake-up time?  Even CNN covered it—and made a joke of it, of course. Soon the joke will be on the lamestream media.

Thailand’s English news report.  ~ BP

Huge Fireball Lights Up Sky over Bangkok

September 7, 2015

A massive fireball, believed to be a meteorite, has fallen on Thailand. Awestruck commuters witnessed the spectacle, describing a green and orange glow, as it took a nosedive toward Earth.

The event took place during the morning rush hour at about 8:45am local time in Bangkok, although the meteor did not make an audible sound as it struck the ground.

The size of the fireball is judged to be quite substantial, as residents of the Sisawat district in Kanchanaburi province, some 200km from the capital, also described seeing the meteorite. They say they also heard a thunderous explosion, according to Thai PBS.

Some even reported hearing two explosions, so a team of rescue workers was dispatched to where the crash site was assumed to be.

Although something of this magnitude can potentially fill people with a mixture of awe and dread, a meteorologist interviewed on local radio says things like that are not a major event, and happen all the time. He admitted, however, that this was not a small meteorite by any measure.

All aviation-related services quickly dispelled suspicions it might have been some sort of air catastrophe; no aircraft were in the area.

YouTube videos began emerging almost immediately.

Events of this sort do take place occasionally, and without warning, as the Russians found out two years ago.

Russians in the Chelyabinsk region are still a little shaken from the devastating event. No one saw the meteor coming – it injured 1,200 people and damaged buildings.


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