Ellie Miser is a Pleiadian Starseed whose mission is to observe terrestrial response to events connected to Disclosure and Ascension. Ellie believes that her mission will be complete by Christmastime and that she’ll transition back to the Pleiadian ships then.
Her father, Haiton (not to be confused with Hatonn) is Pleiadian royalty and lives on board the ships above us.
Hi Steve and Dave,
Just a note about the exciting 4.9 quake in Oklahoma this morning.
My father put a force field over my house and around my property boundary when I moved into this place so I felt nothing at all – the crystal chimes in my bathroom – about 8 steps from my bed – didn’t tinkle! When I walk into the bathroom, my disturbing the air around them makes them sing but not a sound this morning.
Our next door neighbor was shaken awake by his bed moving side to side and even felt as if it were floating.
My daughter, 8 mi north of me, was shaken awake by her bed moving side to side as well.
My other daughter who lives 20 minutes SW of me has bad damage to her house – cracks in the walls inside and out, cracks in her cement sidewalk and splits in the ground she could stick a broom stick into and not touch bottom.
I am very well protected.
Further info reports it was actually a 5.2!
Oklahoma Geological Survey reported this: The OGS determined a ML magnitude of 4.8 and the USGS currently has it at a magnitude 4.7 (Mb) these two numbers are essentially the same given the errors in calculating magnitude. Both the USGS and the OGS have determined a magnitude 5.2 mbLg for this event. This earthquake occurred very close to where a magnitude 4.3 earthquake occurred on February 27, 2010. From the location of the earthquake and the focal mechanism it is most likely that this earthquake occurred on the Wilzetta fault also known as the Seminole uplift. As of 3:30 AM CDT on 11/5/11 the OGS has received a few hundred reports. As of 7:00 AM CDT there have been more than 30 aftershocks associated with this earthquake.
Just wanted to let you know.
Quake in Oklahoma that was felt over most of the state – 4.9 – 4 km (2 mi.) deep – 2:12 a.m. Oklahoma time CST.