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Posted by lamarzulli on January 15, 2010

Here’s a free link to the January 2010 News Magazine.

We are offering this to those of you who visit this BLOG daily – it’s thousands of people – to raise much needed funds!

http://www.lamarzulli.net/January2K10.pdf

It’s only $1.50 per month and it really helps keep things moving along. There are informative articles by Dr. Stephen Yulish, Dr. Mike Heiser, Bruce Collins, Jim Wilhelmsen. I interview authors and researchers and bring that information to you in our Interview section. There’s a variety of stories with hot links that will keep you abreast of the what is going on in regard to politics, prophecy and the supernatural. Please consider supporting what we do and subscribe today! If you would like to make a donation you can do so by going to the right hand side of this page under LA MARZULLI Links and click DONATION.

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7 Responses to “News Magazine – Here’s a free Copy!”

  1. I Hahlen said

    I am really enjoying my subscription to your e-magazine. It is well worth the price.

  2. hector27 said

    lynn,

    thanks for the e-zine!

    anyways, i wont name names, but theres this one blog where he is asking the question if aliens believe in God, but he screens out any pro-biblical comments…
    sheeesh what a cry baby!

    so much for free speech! :(

  3. Gordy said

    Breaking ufo news: 14 January 2010

    New mass UFO sighting sends Chinese media into frenzy, photos

    Michael Cohen m.cohen@allnewsweb.com

    In China the UFO mega-events are continuing unabated and the last few weeks have been extra-ordinary for that nation’s UFO community.

    A new mass UFO sighting by millions of witnesses that occurred on January 11 has sent the Chinese media into a frenzy. This event occurred in the western Chinese region of Xinjiang and was seen over a very wide area. Photos have come to light (see below) and film footage is expected to surface.

    Witnesses to the event described the sudden appearance of what at first looked like star which shortly turned red before turning green and morphing into an enormous traditional flying saucer shaped object.The UFO was then described as rotating, turning blue and vanishing.

    Some witnesses claimed to have seen the UFO land on a mountain before shooting off in an easterly direction. Other witnesses described the UFO initially shrouded in white mist.

    Many eyewitness reports have already been collected and can be read in the sources below.

    The local Astronomy station has declared the object to have been space-junk. Many witnesses however believe that what they saw might have been extraterrestrial in origin.

    Sources: Sina Ten Cent Hi News ifeng china.com

    • Late Night Lisa said

      Here is some video from the Jan 11th China sighting:

      Here is a South American sighting from 2009.(In broad daylight.)

  4. Matt said

    Did missile test spark Chinese UFO reports?
    Intelligence agencies may glean insights from sightings in inland China

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34886772/ns/technology_and_science-space/

    Yet again we have the mysterious fired missile explanation, it work once in the Norway sightings, lets try it again. After all, people are so gullible.

  5. Late Night Lisa said

    (California & Oregon- FYI- a friend sent this to me today)

    I just got this from a colleague at NASA via MBARI. All I can say is wow – looks like we’re in for a truly historic series of storms during the next 3 weeks.

    Subject: HUNKER DOWN

    Get ready. This is what the emergency response community is saying:

    Currently, the strong El Nino is reaching its peak in the Eastern Pacific, and now finally appears to be exerting an influence on our weather. The strong jet has been apparent for quite some time out over the open water, but the persistent block had prevented it from reaching the coast. Now that the block has dissolved completely, a 200+ kt jet is barreling towards us. Multiple large and powerful storm systems are expected to slam into CA from the west and northwest over the coming two weeks, all riding this extremely powerful jet stream directly into the state. The jet will itself provide tremendous dynamic lift, in addition to directing numerous disturbances right at the state and supplying them with an ample oceanic moisture source. The jet will be at quite a low latitude over much of the Pacific, so these storms will be quite cold, at least initially. Very heavy rainfall and strong to potentially very strong winds will impact the lower elevations beginning late Sunday and continuing through at least the following Sunday. This will be the case for the entire state, from (and south of) the Mexican border all the way up to Oregon. Above 3000-4000 feet, precipitation will be all snow, and since temperatures will be unusually cold for a precipitation event of this magnitude, a truly prodigious amount of snowfall is likely to occur in the mountains, possibly measured in the tens of feet in the Sierra after it’s all said and done. But there’s a big and rather threatening caveat to that (discussed below).Individual storm events are going to be hard to time for at least few more days, since this jet is just about as powerful as they come (on this planet, anyway). Between this Sunday and the following Sunday, I expect categorical statewide rainfall totals in excess of 3-4 inches. That is likely to be a huge underestimate for most areas. Much of NorCal is likely to see 5-10 inches in the lowlands, with 10-20 inches in orographically-favored areas. Most of SoCal will see 3-6 inches at lower elevations, with perhaps triple that amount in favored areas.

    This is where things get even more interesting, though. The models are virtually unanimous in “reloading” the powerful jet stream and forming an additional persistent kink 2000-3000 miles to our southwest after next Sunday. This is a truly ominous pattern, because it implies the potential for a strong Pineapple-type connection to develop. Indeed, the 12z GFS now shows copious warm rains falling between days 12 and 16 across the entire state. Normally, such as scenario out beyond day seven would be dubious at best. Since the models are in such truly remarkable agreement, however, and because of the extremely high potential impact of such an event, it’s worth mentioning now. Since there will be a massive volume of freshly-fallen snow (even at relatively low elevations between 3000-5000 feet), even a moderately warm storm event would cause very serious flooding. This situation will have to monitored closely. Even if the tropical connection does not develop, expected rains in the coming 7-10 days will likely be sufficient to cause flooding in and of themselves (even in spite of dry antecedent conditions).

    In addition to very heavy precipitation, powerful winds may result from very steep pressure gradients associated with the large and deep low pressure centers expect ed to begin approaching the coast by early next week. Though it’s not clear at the moment just how powerful these winds may be, there is certainly the potential for a widespread damaging wind event at some point, and the high Sierra peaks are likely to see gusts in the 100-200 mph range (since the 200kt jet at 200-300 mb will essentially run directly into the mountains at some point). The details of this will have to be hashed out as the event(s) draw closer.

    In short, the next 2-3 weeks (at least) are likely to be more active across California than any other 2-3 week period in recent memory. The potential exists for a dangerous flood scenario to arise at some point during this interval, especially with the possibility of a heavy rain-on-snow event during late week 2. In some parts of Southern California, a whole season’s worth of rain could fall over the course of 5-10 days. This is likely to be a rather memorable event. Stay tuned.

    *******************************************************************
    Charles N. Alpers, Ph.D.
    U.S. Geological Survey, California Water Science Center
    Placer Hall
    6000 J Street
    Sacramento, CA 95819-6129

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