Tianjin: A Story Full of Holes

Posted by Eric Francis

blastgu

Our purpose in looking at the astrology is to determine, as best we can, whether this or any event like it was an accident, terrorism or a false flag incident. The available evidence and the astrology suggest that this was the result of corporate and government negligence. But we cannot rule out terrorism, and we have additional data indicating that last week’s blast is part of a much larger pattern going back at least until January of this year.

blastepa

Aftermath of the Tianjin blasts. Note the crater in the middle. Image: European Pressphoto Agency

Following massive explosions at the Port of Tianjin, Binhai, the Chinese authorities were yesterday evacuating residents within 3km from the site, the BBC has reported. The second blast was equivalent to 21 tonnes of TNT, and caused widespread destruction, including in residential areas.

The death toll has reached 112, with 95 missing and around 720 still in hospital, and some fires were still burning yesterday. It has been confirmed that the blasts released deadly sodium cyanide into the environment, along with other highly toxic chemicals.

Our purpose in looking at the astrology is to determine, as best we can, whether this or any event like it was an accident, terrorism or a false flag incident. The available evidence and the astrology suggest that this was the result of corporate and government negligence. But we cannot rule out terrorism, and we have additional data indicating that last week’s blast is part of a much larger pattern going back at least until January of this year.

blastgu

Amateur footage of the blast. Image: The Guardian

A chart based on the earliest known time of the explosions — 11:20 20 pm local time — has Saturn on the Western horizon, precisely setting. Planets have increased influence when conjunct an angle, and the contact is rarely this close.

Whatever happened on Wednesday, there is a link to a person or organization with high status, whether in terms of culpability, neglect, or simply being among the injured.

The site of the explosions was owned by Ruihai Logistics, a company approved by the state to handle and store hazardous chemicals. The particular warehouse involved potentially contained unknown chemicals due to alleged poor record keeping and “discrepancies” between company accounts and those of customs.

As might be expected, journalists and social media users are already being kept at a distance, or censored. The identity of Ruihai Logistics’ manager, apparently under arrest, is unknown because the relevant websites have been taken down.

Greenpeace say this is by no means an isolated incident. “The explosion is the latest – and by far the most dramatic – in a series of seven chemical plant blasts so far this year including explosions in the provinces of Jiangsu, Fujian and Shandong according to media reports.”

Click the image for a larger version.

Click the image for a larger version.

The Greenpeace statement continues: “The Tianjin Tanggu Environmental Monitoring Station data suggests hazardous chemicals stored by the company may include sodium cyanide (NaCN), toluene diisocyanate (TDI) and calcium carbide (CaC2), all of which are extremely hazardous to health. The initial data may be unreliable however and comes as authorities struggle to establish exactly which chemicals were involved.”

Said chemicals may also include radioactive materials, as a team comprising both nuclear and chemical specialists has apparently been sent to perform tests.

Exactly what “authorities” know about the explosions — which were visible, by the way, from space — may never be quite clear. Saturn’s strong position in the event chart suggests the influence of government (and possibly corporate) power.

However, Mercury is also closely opposite Neptune, suggesting a veil over the facts, and possibly interested falsehoods. This could apply particularly where money is at stake.

Such murky happenings would certainly seem to be par for the course wherever corporate dominion is allowed to run amok, and environmental concerns — and deadly, immediate risks to human life — are placed far behind economic motives.

Additional research: Cindy Ragusa, Carol van Strum and Len Wallick.

6 thoughts on “Tianjin: A Story Full of Holes

  1. alittlebird

    Thank you for this article. Is it possible the smoky air in California these past few day is not only from the California Wildfires but also from the explosion in China ?

  2. Len WallickLen Wallick

    Thank you for this comprehensive report. The fact that high-frequency infrared radiation from the blast registered vividly on satellite sensors testifies to extremely high temperatures prolonged over a wide area. Clearly, the amount and volatility of materials stored at the blast site exceeded any prudent safety limits for a highly populated metropolitan area. Combine that with the residual toxicity, and at the very least the sort of negligence which made this incident possible would clearly be of the criminal variety.

  3. Len WallickLen Wallick

    Eric: Thank you. That would explain a lot. Especially the off-the-charts heat signature and the fact that fires kept burning in what would have probably been a large area deprived of oxygen by large scale combustion of a more conventional type (gaseous or atomized fuel – of which there was plenty stored in the area). Since no terrorist organization appears to be claiming the blast, one must wonder about the possibility of an intentional test conducted under the “perfect” cover of an industrial accident. Not an unprecedented thing, but chilling nonetheless. Gives a whole meaning to dirty business. Looking at your chart, the 2nd and 8th house cusps along what you have canned the “nuclear” (Gemini-to-Sagittarius) axis would support your conjecture – as would Pluto in the 8th house. combine that with what you have already noted about Saturn opposing the ascendant and a 12th house with no major planet players other than Mars implicated by the 12th house cusp. Since the US military has been known to experiment upon the US civilian population, it would not be out of the question for the Chinese military to do the same thing.

Leave a Reply