The Tom Bearden



From: "Tom Bearden"
To: "A.J. Craddock"
Subject: RE: Shaky ground in southeast Texas
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 10:02:24 -0500

Sounds very much like the "adjusting of the grid" that was used back in the late 70s and early 80s when extensive weather engineering was being prepared.  Since the Yakuza and Aum Shinrikyo leased many of these weapons from the Russians, on site in Russia, at the end of 1989, they've been repeating all the former Russian training, etc.  The down payment given to the KGB was $900 million in gold bullion.  Note that the Aum Shinrikyo alone had more than $1 Billion, according to Sen. Sam Nunn's report, and that's merely what they "found".  The Yakuza also ripped off Japan to the tune of some $500 Billion, which caused the decline of the Japanese economy.  The Yakuza also took over the banking system in Japan, including the national bank.
Unknown to the "open world", the Yakuza (with minimal assistance from the Aum Shinrikyo) has become one of the formidable "forces within" many nations, and is increasing.  Today, if you deal with a large Japanese company, you are dealing with the Yakuza, whether you know it or not.
The Yakuza, e.g., have forcibly seized the parent companies, etc. of several inventors with free energy motors, and are holding those systems hidden and off the world market.  One of these seizures happened in my physical presence, and that of my Board of Directors, right here in Huntsville, Alabama in 1996.
The Yakuza acquired the longitudinal EM wave interferometers they leased, have shot down several aircraft over the U.S. or in its vicinity, and have been engineering the weather over our heads since 1990.  In Japan, they have also assassinated several politicians who tried to oppose them, and have now strongly penetrated the Japanese government.
As far as the weapons, one is reminded of Secretary of Defense Cohen's confirmation of them in April 1997 at a conference in Georgia.  This was the first open confirmation by a high U.S. official.  Sadly, the news media was so caught up in the Lewinsky/Clinton scandals that they did not even react to the Secretary's blunt confirmation of these "electromagnetic weapons" being used to initiate eruption of volcanoes, initiate earthquakes, and engineer the weather.
So much for the great American news media as the watchdogs of freedom.  Much of that seems to have been eroded by an unquenchable thirst for scandal and yellow journalism.
Tom Bearden

Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2001 17:32:37 -0500
From: Correspondent
Subject: Shaky ground in southeast Texas

Ok Tony, I would love to know you opinion on well as Tom's.
This has been going on for several months now Texas, Oklahoma and
Louisiana that I know of. We  personally have experienced 4  and it
scared the "P" out of me and every animal in the house... This was not
aircraft related nor were they blasting anywhere.. The noise inside was
deafening and the house literally shook but outside it was much less
noticable.  Have you had any of these occur ? 


Shaky ground in southeast Texas may have been seismograph testing or sonic boom

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                 federal authorities are investigating a possible sonic
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                 LIBERTY, Texas (AP) - Some people in southeast
                 Texas felt the Earth move under their feet Friday, but
                 they didn't see the sky tumbling down.

                 The ground shook in the Raywood and Devers areas at
                 about 2:15 p.m., and some tremors were felt in Houston
                 and Beaumont 60 miles away. The Liberty County
                 Sheriff's Office concluded that the shakes came from
                 seismograph testing because they found no evidence of
                 an explosion, such as fires or open holes, said
                 dispatcher Crystal Thomas.

                 ``We never found the company that was actually doing
                 it,'' she said.

                 Thomas said at least six residents in the rural Raywood
                 and Devers areas called the sheriff's office shortly
                 after 2 p.m., fearful that a ``boom'' followed by shakes
                 came from an explosion. Deputies searched open
                 farmland and found nothing, she said.

                 Federal Aviation Administration spokesman John
                 Clabes said the FAA is investigating whether the
                 incident was a sonic boom caused by a military aircraft.
                 He said a regular aircraft couldn't have caused the
                 tremors because they don't fly fast enough.

                 A seismograph records the intensity and duration of
                 earthquakes and similar tremors.

                 AP-WS-04-13-01 1736EDT