Wednesday, October 29, 2014 predicted Cyber-Attack explosion of Antares Rocket Launch on OCT 27...a day before it happened

Cyber-Attack and Subsequent EMP Planned for Antares Rocket Launch on OCT 27Posted: October 27, 2014

David Chase Taylor
October 27, 2014

SWITZERLAND, Basel — Unable to execute the North Korean nuclear EMP attack on October 24, 2014, during the2014 World Series in San Francisco, it now appears that the Obama administration (at the behest of the CIA) is plotting a second EMP attack, only this time on the East Coast of the Unite States.

Come Monday night, October 27, 2014, the Antares rocket is slated to launch from the Wallops Flight Facility, inVirginia. The nighttime launch will be visible along much of the eastern seaboard. At some point during its flight, the rocket will likely suffer a so-called “cyber-attack”, resulting in a massive EMP-like explosion, knocking out electricity on the East Coast of America for good.

The evening launch of the Antares was evidently chosen in order to gain the most amount of “live” viewers. Needless to say, a massive nuclear explosion would be much brighter in the night sky of New York City as opposed to the bright sun of Florida where U.S. rockets have been historically launched from.

The impeding cyber-terror attack on the Antares is a redux of the Minotaur V launch of September 6, 2013, and theMinotaur Rocket launch of November 1, 2013, both of which were also launched from the East Coast precisely so that a cyber-attack and subsequent EMP explosion could transpire.

The Antares is comparable with the Delta II rocket which admittedly contains the “Extra-Extended Long Tank Thor“, a derivative of the Thor ballistic missile. In other words, the Antares rocket is a de facto nuclear missile which may suffer an EMP-like explosion should it come under an alleged cyber-terror attack.

The impending cyber-attack on the Antares is slated to commence during a Monday Night Football game between theWashington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys at 8:30 PM (EST). Due to the “live” audience of the game, potentially hundreds of millions of people will witness the lights going out in America for good.

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