Tag: Turrialba

Planet X Double Trouble

Planet X Double Trouble

| February 6, 2016

The Planet X System, as described in Being In It for the Species, is a brown dwarf star with a mini-constellation of planets and moons. The book predicts that we will go from seeing one of these planets at a time to two or more at a time. In other words, when we’re seeing double, […]

Continue Reading

It’s Time to Look Up, given the evidence of suppression

It’s Time to Look Up, given the evidence of suppression

| June 13, 2014

After publishing our Planet X video PX101: Nibiru Nearing on June 8, 2014, we were saddened to see an immediate suppression reaction by our own government. A heavy-handed move to block all future observations of Nibiru via the surveillance camera located on the Eastern rim of the Turrialba volcano in Costa Rica. Now that we […]

Continue Reading

Blue Kachina and Its Moon

Blue Kachina and Its Moon

| April 20, 2013

Based on new developments, the Turrialba Volcan Research Team has designated the Turrialba object of interest, Bluebonnet, as the Blue Kachina of Hopi prophecy. This ancient prophecy tells us the Blue Kachina, appears first with some disruptions. Then comes the Red Kachina and the end of life as we know it. Also featured are comparisons […]

Continue Reading

Object of Interest As Seen From the Turrialba Volcano Update #2: Dances with Clouds

Object of Interest As Seen From the Turrialba Volcano Update #2: Dances with Clouds

| March 3, 2013

In this update we are please to announce that Barbara, our project archivist has added a whopping 483 new files to our Turrialba archive this month. Now at 1,041 images and videos, our archive has more than doubled in size and it is becoming powerful as you shall see in this update. To demonstrate the […]

Continue Reading

Object of Interest As Seen From the Turrialba Volcano Update #1: Call for Irazú Volcano Observers

Object of Interest As Seen From the Turrialba Volcano Update #1: Call for Irazú Volcano Observers

| February 26, 2013

In this update we are making a public appeal to the people of Costa Rica and tourists bound for for those parts to help our effort my making a daytime excursion to the Irazú Volcano. It is possible that by viewing the pre-sunset hours of 3PM to 5:30PM towards the West, Bluebonnet may be visible. […]

Continue Reading

Object of Interest As Seen From the Turrialba Volcano

Object of Interest As Seen From the Turrialba Volcano

| February 11, 2013

A Yowusa.com Special Report with Marshall Masters In late December of last year Marshall Masters of Yowusa.com was contacted by a site supporter regarding an unidentified object near the sun. These images are from the Volcan high altitude volcano surveillance camera feed in Costa Rica. Located on the Eastern rim of the Turrialba volcano at […]

Continue Reading

Scripts in Footer