By Diane Tessman – 5 days 3 hours ago
Russia, Kazakhstan, Japan, Australia, Cuba, South Africa, Morocco, Germany, Switzerland, northern Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, UK, all report fireballs blazing across the sky low in the atmosphere, in the last two days. Can this be a coincidence with the passage of large Asteroid DA14, which apparently passed by Earth safely in the same time period? The coincidence seems just too extraordinary! What if all these cosmic events which impacted or almost impacted Earth, were connected and therefore no coincidence, despite what the “experts” say?
First, a few facts: In Cuba, a scenario similar to that in Russia’s Ural region apparently unfolded. On the same day, February 15, 2013, as Asteroid DA14 passed by Earth safely, residents in the central region of Cuba reported that an object had fallen from the sky. It exploded with a great noise, which shook houses and broke windows. This was learned from witnesses on local television. The town in the province of Cienfuegos, witnesses described a very bright light that grew to a large size comparable to that of a bus, before exploding low in the sky.
Oddly, mainstream media has reported on other fireball-meteors around the world but tends not to mention Cuba’s experience, which was second only to the disaster in the Urals of Russia.
A huge fireball was reported by a number of witnesses over Belgium, Netherlands and Germany on February 13, 2013. The sight usually is said to have lasted from 10 to 20 seconds. There were two separate parts to the fireball, witnesses said. Apparently this one was part of Soyuz rocket, but what a coincidence that it happened on the day when all the other fireballs crossed the skies! A Soyuz rocket was launched but on February 11th. Scientists and authorities are still trying to unravel this one.