Massive mudslide hits Villa Santa Lucía in southern Chile, leaving 3 dead, 15 missing
A massive mudslide tore through a small town of Villa Santa Lucía, Palena Province of Los Lagos Region in southern Chile on Saturday, December 16, 2017, burying a vast swath of the town under mud and debris. At least 3 people have been killed and 15 are missing, as of late Saturday. The mudslide hit the remote town around 11:30 UTC (08:30 local time) Saturday, after 122 mm (4.8 inches) of rain within 24 hours. It destroyed several homes and roadways, one school and a voting center, authorities said. The slide also damaged approximately 20 houses and started an undetermined number of structural fires. There are 3 confirmed deaths, two Chilean women and a male tourist of unknown nationality. At least 3 people were injured and 15 others are still missing. Villa Santa Lucía mudslide, Chile - December 16, 2017. Credit: Min. Obras Publicas Villa Santa Lucía mudslide, Chile - December 16, 2017. Credit: Serna…
Glowing Auras and ‘Black Money’: The Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. Program

WASHINGTON — In the $600 billion annual Defense Department budgets, the $22 million spent on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was almost impossible to find. Which was how the Pentagon wanted it. For years, the program investigated reports of unidentified flying objects, according to Defense Department officials, interviews with program participants and records obtained by The New York Times. It was run by a military intelligence official, Luis Elizondo, on the fifth floor of the Pentagon’s C Ring, deep within the building’s maze. The Defense Department has never before acknowledged the existence of the program, which it says it shut down in 2012. But its backers say that, while the Pentagon ended funding for the effort at that time, the program remains in existence. For the past five years, they say, officials with the program have continued to investigate episodes brought to them by service …

Over the course of the last few days we have been expecting another visual of Planet X and right on schedule, it has appeared again during a coronal mass ejection dated 12/15/17 thru 12/16/17. A very rapid increase in deep quakes has started to occur and this is also right on schedule according to our prediction model.
Below you can view my latest video update on this New Discovery and I have included the Newest Cactus Coronagraph images of Planet X that I detected on December 15th, 2017.

Newest Planet X photos below

Earthquake & Coronal Mass Ejection Alert 12/17/17
NOAA forecasters say there is a 35% chance of G1-class geomagnetic storms on Dec. 17th, increasing to 55% on Dec. 18th when a solar wind stream envelops our planet. The gaseous material is flowing faster than 600 km/s from a hole in the sun's atmosphere. There has been a substantial increase in deep quakes over the last 24 hours and may continue for the next 72 hours.

More than 77,000 Evacuated as Deadly Tropical Storm drops massive rain on the Philippines

A slow-moving Tropical Storm "Urduja," internationally known as "Kai-Tak," crawled toward the Philippines over the past couple of days, dropping massive amounts of rain. Urduja made landfall around 06:00 UTC on December 16 in the vicinity of San Policarpio, Eastern Samar and is expected to re-emerge over the warm waters of South China Sea early December 18 and reintensify. As of early December 16, at least 3 people have been killed and more than were 77 000 forced to evacuate. The system finally reached the northern part of Samar Province with maximum sustained winds of 75 km/h (47 mph) and gusts to 120 km/h (75 mph) today. The point of landfall was in the vicinity of San Policarpio, Eastern Samar around 06:00 UTC, December 16. The storm has since weakened and is now traversing the Samar province, moving west at 15 km/h (9 mph). Meanwhile, a new tropical depression, currently …
Strong explosions, lava overflow from Stromboli's NE crater, Italy
At least two 'stronger than usual' explosions took place at Italy's Stromboli volcano over the past 24 hours. The first explosion took place at 01:30 UTC (December 15) and the second around 10:30 UTC. "A gigantic cloud of smoke was visible from the other islands of the archipelago," La Stampa reported. Activity is still intense and lava began overflowing the northern edge of the N1 crater depression and pouring over the upper part of Sciara del Fuoco. Credit: INGV-OE Catania Mayor Marco Giorgianni said he is in constant contact with volcanologists and assured the population that the situation is under control. "There were two stronger than usual eruptions with lava overflow that ended in the sea and unleashed the giant cloud," he said, adding that residents are all well. Frequent detonation waves were reported throughout the day. Video courtesy INGV According to LGS, a sudden increas…
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Do Videos of Planet X Objects Really Prove Anything?
 | December 16, 2017

A few days ago, I received two observation videos from Amber Williamson in Clarksburg, WV. She made both of these videos simultaneously on December 9, 2-17 using two iPhone 7 smartphones. One is her phone and the other belongs to her husband. In her email message to me Amber says, “Marshall, here’s a doozy for ya.” Well, these two videos certainly were as she put it a doozy, because her phone and her husband’s phone captured two different objects of interests in two different places. I reviewed Amber’s comparison videos with researcher Duane Brayton at length, and we found that she has provided us with a missing link in correlations between several important Planet X observations made by herself and another researcher here in the United States and those reported by The Sun in the UK on November 16, 2017. In this article, we’ll show the images along with the analysis because as they say,…
New 'Blob' of Hot, Rising Rock Detected below part of the U.S. Northeast.
The continental rock underlying the east coast of North America is pretty boring, tectonically speaking. The last dramatic geological goings-on there happened around 200 million years ago, and most change since then has been from glacial, wind and water erosion. 

But a project that helped image the layers of rock below the continent with unprecedented clarity has helped reveal a small, unusual feature that seems to be a relatively new "blob" of hot, rising rock below part of the U.S. Northeast.

Exactly what caused this blob and whether other similar blob structures might lurk under other continents isn't clear, said study co-author Vadim Levin, a Rutgers University geophysicist, but it raises plenty of interesting questions. The work on the blob was published online Nov. 29 in the journal Geology and presented Monday (Dec. 11) at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union in New Orle…