I have just received vital information regarding two astronomical events about to take place in Japan on the main island of Honshu. They involve meteorite strikes from relatively small objects, but the resulting damage will be extensive.
The first event will occur shortly, at 1:10 pm Monday, June 30, 2013 local Nagoya time. It will strike a LNG — Liquified Natural Gas — storage facility near Nagoya, 260 km west-southwest of Tokyo. The impact will produce massive blasts igniting the facility and much of the surrounding area causing extensive explosive and incendiary damage with a high toll in human fatalities, property and structural loss. It will effect a huge area of 8,000 square kilometers between Nagoya and Tokyo.
The second event, also the result of a meteorite impact on downtown Osaka, one of the world’s busiest and most expensive cities, will strike at 1:35 pm Saturday, July 6, 2013.
Prepare, dear ones. The signs grow more insistent by the week.