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Planet X – The Destroyer and Climate Chaos…

By Carla B.

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“Throughout history our ancient ancestors have recorded details of various heavenly phenomena. One of those ancient sightings is a planetary body referred to as ‘The Destroyer’.” – Gill Broussard

The videos below touches on the extensive research by Gill Broussard, an independent researcher and astronomer that is attempting to inform the masses of new findings in the field of Biblical astronomy and how these resulting anomalies correlate to biblical records.

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Is Planet X Biblical?

There is very strong evidence indicating it’s imminent end time appearance.

SEE ALSO:Why is Nibiru (Planet X) on Switzerland and Iraq Banknotes?

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For more information on Broussard and his research please visit

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Six Flags Magic Mountain roller coaster derails, stranding 23 riders – WATCH NOW

By Carla B.

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A roller coaster derailed after striking a tree branch at Magic Mountain theme park in Valencia, CA late Monday. Four park goers had minor injuries and a total of 23 were stranded in mid air for hours, according to Fire Rescue spokesperson, Michael Pittman.

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Kevin Takumi, a helicopter photographer, posted dramatic photos on social media sites showing people trapped as emergency responders attempted to free them.

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Other news reports showed multiple cars on the “Ninja” suspended beneath a track dangling at an angle.

Six Flags website says this about the potentially deadly contraption, which is now ‘temporarily’ closed.

“The black belt of roller coasters whips you into submission”

“There’s a reason Ninja is known as “The Black Belt of Roller Coasters.” This thrill is a suspended swinging roller coaster. There are only four of this kind in the entire U.S. and you’re about to ride one of them. You’re hanging from the track, which on this insane ride is above your head. Shoulder harnesses secure you in place but don’t expect to just sit in one place — you’re going to be swinging all over, a full 90 degrees each way.

Your whole body will swing out to the sides as you take winding snake-like turns at nearly 4G.”

(pretty true statement, eh)

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The derailment is the latest in a series of high-profile roller coaster accidents across the country. Last July, Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington shut down its Texas Giant roller coaster after a woman was thrown from her seat, and a young girl lost both feet on the Superman: Tower of Power ride in 2007. In September 2012 at Knott’s Berry Farm, riders were left dangling at 300 feet for more than three hours when its Windseeker ride broke down.

Blue Man Group - Save over 40% on Tickets! This was definitely not a typical day in the park for these guys. (ijs)

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Memorial Day Weekend Events in Los Angeles & Surrounding Areas

Published by EOTM News Editor on May 25th, 2014 - in Latest Breaking News, News, News and Politics

By Carla B.

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Communities in and around Los Angeles County are holding various services this weekend to honor servicemen and women who have sacrificed in defense of their country. Here are our picks for the best things to do in LA Memorial Day Weekend.

JazzReggae Festival
May 25-26. Kick off summer with live music, food, and live art. Headliners of the 28th annual festival include Snoop Dogg, Aloe Blacc, Ky-Mani Marley, and many more. $30-65. UCLA Intramural Field, 405 Hilgard Ave., Westwood.

Topanga Days
May 24-26. Celebrate music, the arts and the work of local artisans at the 41st annual Topanga Days. Spend the weekend listening to live music, while discovering art, jewelry and clothing from local artisans. Musical headliners include: Lockdown, Wooden Roots, Royal Southern Brotherhood, and many more. 1440 N. Topanga Cyn. Bl., Topanga, 310.455.1980.

MAINopoly: A Taste of Main Street
May 25. Experience the best food and drink offerings along Santa Monica’s Main Street at this inaugural event. The interactive community event mirrors the classic board game, and you will receive food tastings in exchange for special MAINopoly dollars, which will include items such as as fresh fish ceviche from Enterprise Fish Co., goat cheese en pan tostada from Manchego, famed Magic Brownies from M Street Kitchen, Captain Ron’s Mac n Cheese from The Galley, Freddos Iced Coffee from Peet’s, California Rolls from Tsukiji Sushi Sen and more. Select restaurants will also be offering special happy hour menus and drink specials such as $4 draft beers and $5 cocktails and shots, to those with the official event wristband. Proceeds benefit Summer SOULstice and Heal the Bay. 2-8 p.m. Main St., Santa Monica.

Queen Mary Salutes U.S. Military Personnel
The Queen Mary will offer FREE admission to all U.S. active and retired military personnel on Memorial Day. General Admission includes a self-guided tour and the Ghosts & Legends Show. Be aware there are DETOURS DUE TO ROAD CLOSURES.
When: Memorial Day Monday, 10 am – 6 pm
Where: Queen Mary, 1126 Queen’s Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802
Cost: Free for retired and active military with ID, regular price for all others
Parking: $15

Patriotic Memorial Day Programs at Forest Lawn
Patriotic ceremonies honoring veterans.
When: Memorial Day Monday
Where: Various Forest Lawn locations

Rose Hills Memorial Day Observance 
A family-friendly observance and remembrance with community and patriotic groups, including the chamber singers, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion and American Heritage Ensemble as well as other musical performances, tributes and a keynote address.
When: Memorial Day Monday, 11 am – noon
Where: The Gardens at Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier

Fiesta Hermosa in Hermosa Beach
Seaside arts and crafts festival with multiple entertainment stages and over 400 vendor booths. There’s also a kiddie carnival, petting zoo, extensive food court and Beer and Wine Garden.
When: Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday through Monday
Where: Directions and Map

Canoga Park Memorial Day Parade
The annual parade includes military marching units, bands, floats, dignitaries, antique cars, classic cars, youth groups, flyovers by military aircraft, and equestrian units. The procession is usually followed by a car show and entertainment in the parking lot of the First Baptist Church.
When: Memorial Day Monday, 10 am – noon
Where: Begins at the corner of Sherman Way and Owensmouth Ave and proceeds east on Sherman Way to the First Baptist church at Cozycroft.

Garden Grove Strawberry Festival
Four day festival celebrating everything to do with the humble strawberry. Carnival rides, pageants, Strawberry Idol karaoke contest, Red-Head Roundup Contest, Berry Beautiful Baby Pageant, and, of course, a strawberry-themed parade on Saturday.
When: Memorial Day Weekend, Friday through Monday
Where: The Festival is held at the Village Green, between Euclid and Main Street Streets in downtown Garden Grove, CA
Info:, 714-638-0981

Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival
A full schedule of Cajun, Zydeco Blues and Roots music interspersed with dance lessons, demonstrations, kids area, dog team demonstrations.
When: Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday and Sunday
Where: Rancho Santa Susana Community Park, 5005 Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley, California 93063, see web site for directions and parking.

St. Nicholas Valley Greek Festival
Live Greek music, social dancing and costumed youth performances, Greek imports and other vendors, church tours, and of course tons of amazing Greek food.
When: Memorial Day Weekend, Sat-Mon 1-9 pm
Where: 9501 Balboa Blvd., Northridge, CA
Info: (818) 886-4040

Annual Topanga Days Country Fair:
A new-age hippy hillbilly jamboree including multiple stages of entertainment, fine arts and crafts fair, healing. Think belly dancing to Old Timey music, with a Monday morning parade for good measure.
When: Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday through Monday. Parade – Monday, 9 am.
Where: The Topanga Community House, 1440 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Topanga, CA 90290

Scottish Fest (formerly ScotsFest) and Highland Games
An annual celebration of Scottish (and some Irish) music, Highland Dancing, Highland Games and everything to do with the Scottish culture in Orange County.
When: Saturday and Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend
Where: The Orange County Fairgrounds, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA

Main Street Memorial Day Weekend Block Party
May 25. Party all day and night on Santa Monica’s Main St. Four venues—31ten, Circle Bar, Rick’s, Main on Main, & O’Briens—are aligning to throw a party where you can enjoy specials on eats and drinks, tunes from live DJs and more. 2 p.m.-2 a.m. 323.604.6030.

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Grand Park’’s Got Moves: The Salsa Session
May 26. Celebrate the holiday weekend and the start of a “spicy hot” LA summer with Grand Park’s Got Moves: The Salsa Session. Grand Park collaborates with the 16th Annual International LA Salsa Fest to host a free Salsa event for families. Enjoy free music and dance performances from artists like Ricardo Lemvo and Grammy- winning Spanish Harlem Orchestra. 2-6 p.m. 200 Grand Ave., downtown, 213.972.8080.

Barnsdall Friday Night Wine Tastings
May 23. Enjoy evenings of fine wine and art in the gardens of Frank Lloyd Wright’s newly renovated Hollyhock House. The weekly event features four selections of boutique, small production, artisan wines from Silverlake Wine, music by KCRW’s DJ Dan Wilcox, and a host of specialty food trucks and more. The event continues ever Friday through Labor Day. $25. 4800 Hollywood Blvd., L.A., 323.644.6275.

United States Military Appreciation Day at Battleship IOWA
May 26. Tour the battleship Iowa, enjoy entertainment, carnival games, food and snacks and more. Active duty military and veterans, free; general admission, $18. Pacific Battleship Center, USS IOWA BB-61, 250 Harbor Blvd., San Pedro, 877.4.IOWA.61. More Info.

Fiesta Hermosa
May 24-26. Check out one of the largest arts and crafts fairs in the country at the 42nd annual “Fiesta Hermosa” in downtown Hermosa Beach. The event features more than 300 artisans including painters, photographers, jewelers, sculptors and more, in addition to live music on two stages, an international selection of food to eat, beer, wine and more. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Hermosa Beach.

Unionmade Pop Up Shop
May 24-26. All men need a little shopping in their lives so over Memorial Day weekend they can stop by the pop-up to shop for t-shirts, swim trunks and woven shirts from Los Angeles based men’s clothing company M. Nii. The styles are designed from archival pieces, inspired by vintage surfing, and made in the USA. Guests who make a purchase at the pop-up will receive complimentary M. Nii swatches and Unionmade totes. Guests who make a purchase over $200 will receive a complimentary M. Nii t-shirt. 189 The Grove Dr., L.A.

The Hudson
May 26. Spend Memorial Day enjoying the brunch menu from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Drink specials featured that day will be $15 bottomless mimosas, $6 Bloody Marys, $6 Micheladas, $8 Irish Mules. 1114 N Crescent Heights Blvd, West Hollywood, 323.654.6686.

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Kobe Bryant out indefinitely with sprained ankle

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Bryant out indefinitely with sprained ankle (via AFP)

Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images/AFPKobe Bryant clutches his ankle and writhes on the floor in agony, on March 13, 2013. Bryant severely sprained his left ankle in the last minute of the 96-92 loss to the Atlanta Hawks and is out indefinitely.Kobe Bryant severely sprained his left ankle in the last minute…

Gunman in Norway dressed as a policeman killed at least 80

Published by EOTM News Editor on July 23rd, 2011 - in Breaking News, Latest Breaking News, Trending, World News

Norwegian police on Friday arrested a gunman who they say opened fire on a youth meeting on the island of Utoeya.

Suspect believed to be, Anders Behring Breivik has been detained he is also being held in connection to the bombing in central Oslo. The suspect had been seen in Oslo before the explosion there.

The attack at the youth camp came just hours after the bomb attack outside government buildings in Oslo. 32-year-old Breivik who has reported links to the far-Right, was being questioned by police in connection with the attacks.

Initially the number of dead on the wooded island was put at 10, but early on Saturday morning they said they had discovered more bodies and that the gunman had killed at least 80 people.

The mass shootings are among the worst in history and is the worst violence to hit Norway since the second world war.

Below is a graphic video of the bombing and shooting tragedies in Norway on July 22, 2011 – please be advised, extremely sensitive material.