Resonance in Soesterberg, Netherlands
Ball Lightning Hits 100 Homes
July 21, 2009
At least 100 homes in one district of the town of Soesterberg were hit by ball lightning on Sunday morning, the AD reports.
The lightning, a rare atmospheric phenomenon, wrecked hundreds of televisions, computers, telephones and central heating systems, the paper says. In some households, flames came out of electronic equipment. In others, electric sockets sprang off the wall.
'I saw the lightning shoot through the street,' one eyewitness told the paper. The fireball hit a large fir tree and then went into a house, he said.
Others saw a strong purple light shoot out of the roof of one house. 'I thought something big had blown up,' said one women who was putting croissants in the oven when the lightning hit.
Local cable company Ziggio said it had been called out to replace 97 electrical connections to households in the district.
This spate of intense ball lightning events in Soesterberg is the result of an ultra-low frequency resonance of standing waves, much like the standing waves Nikola Tesla experimented with that also caused destructive ball lightning events in his laboratories. The erratic source of these infrasound standing waves are solar flares transduced as atmospheric vibrations that are focused by the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt.
Soesterberg, Netherlands (52.11°N 5.28°E) is 2,017 miles from Giza, or 8.10% of the Earth's mean circumference distance of 24,892 miles. Along this resonant band a few hundred miles away in Sevres, France (aligned at 8.0%), scientists have discovered a gravity anomoly in their weight system that is another effect of this resonance of standing waves, offsetting their weights by a miniscule but measurable semi-levitation.
This massive ball lightning event is a more visible form of the unusual infrasound fires that have been reported in various other focal points around the world. In various other cases, vibrating cellphones and shavers have spontaneously ignited by this same effect, as reported in Vallejo, California; the Berici Hills of northern Italy and in Messina, Sicily. Other infrasound focal points include Kishtwar and Ratria, India; Seattle, Washington; San Mateo and Santa Barbara, California.