963. Planet X bringing in larger hailstones: increasing effects

963. Planet X bringing in larger hailstones: increasing effects

Dr. Claudia Albers, Planet X Researcher
Figure 1 below shows some hailstones which fell in Vandervoort Arkansas, on June 19th 2019. These are absolutely huge and very far from spherical. Hailstones are made of water which the Planet X Stellar Cores (SCs) created before their planets broke apart. The energy depletion event caused the water inside the planets, and which had recently been created by the water creating cores near the surface of the planet, to freeze into these ice agglomerations.

Figure 1. Huge hailstone agglomerations which fell in Arkansas on June 19th 2019. These hailstones seem to be made of a large number of smaller sized ice pieces as if very large drops of water had coalesced into large agglomeration as they froze (Source: The Two Preachers, 28 June 2019) [1]. 

Figure 2. A Planet X water creating SC makes a gravitational connection, with a water creating earth core, beneath the surface of the earth. The SC creates water vapor, which drops down from the object to the surface in the gravitational connection region, in the form of a cloud. As the object absorbs more energy through the denser physical connection, the water vapor gets denser, until it turns into tiny droplets of liquid water (see Article 695: Planet X creates water: it started at the Flood) [2].

Lightning is often seen as the amount of matter, being created at the ejection point, increases. Eventually larger and larger drops of waterfall in the gravitational connection region. This is why it seems to get so humid, under one of these clouds before it starts raining. All the water in the atmosphere has been created by a water creating SC in the sky.

Figure 3. Cloud moves down between the SC inside the cloud envelope and the earth (in the region of gravitational interference); soon lightning occurs and rain starts to fall, in the same gravitational interference region. The cloud makes the atmosphere to seem to be filled with humidity, it is all water created by a Planet X SC.

The objects would have been creating large amounts of water, inside their own planets, at the time of the energy depletion event, and all the water that had been created would have frozen into the type of structures, we see in figure 1. Thus, we would expect hailstones to fall the first time that one particular object comes to the earth. So, the fact that more and more hail seems to be falling worldwide suggests that increasing numbers of Planet X water creating SCs are coming to the earth, for the first time. And the fact that the hailstones or hailstone agglomerations are getting larger, suggest that the new arrivals are larger water creating SCs than the ones that have been coming in, up to now, and that therefore SC systems, from larger planets are now entering the Solar System and coming to the earth. These larger SCs would be expected to produce stronger and stronger effects on the earth. The effects are tidal events, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and ultimately pole shift type events which will produce worldwide tsunamis and be cataclysmic.

In conclusion, hailstones are water created by Planet X Stellar Cores (SCs) when they were still inside the Planet X planets before these broke up due to energy depletion, an event that seems to have caused the water to freeze into hailstones. Larger and larger hailstone agglomerations suggest that the Planet X effects will continue to increase in severity.

[1]          Video by The Two Preachers, 28 June 2019, What has just happened in CHINA ??? Strange Events !! News June 2019 PART 28. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYpVv0hzHOo
[2]          Albers, C. (2019). Article 695: Planet X creates water: it started at the Flood.

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