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CHILE * Trapped Miners Rescued
October 13, 2010 SAN JOSE MINE, Chile
The Phoenix Rises[/size]
The capsule each miner was raised in was called the Phoenix
33 miners saved on October 13th by the phoenex. spooky.
There were several NWO indications in this event.
After 69 days trapped in a collapsed mine, 33 Chilean miners are being pulled back to the surface one-by-one in an escape capsule, as family members and countrymen cheer on their arrival.
Seven men were pulled out in the first hours of the apparently problem-free operation in the Chile's Atacama desert, a drama that saw the world captivated by the miners' endurance and unity as officials meticulously prepared their rescue.
First out was Florencio Avalos, who wore sunglasses to protect him from the glare of bright lights. He smiled broadly as he emerged and hugged his sobbing 7-year-old son, Bairon, and wife,
then got a bearhug from Chilean President Sebastian Pinera shortly after midnight local time.
A second miner, Mario Sepulveda Espina, was pulled to the surface about an hour later -- his shouts heard even before the capsule surfaced.
After hugging his wife, Elvira, he jubilantly handed souvenir rocks from his underground prison nearly 2,300 feet below to laughing rescuers.
Then he jumped up and down as if to prove his strength before the medical team took him to a triage unit.
"I think I had extraordinary luck. ... I was with God and with the devil -- and God took me," Sepulveda said later in a special interview room set up by the government.
He praised the rescue operation, saying: "It's incredible that they saved us from 700 meters below."
A third Chilean miner, Juan Illanes, was rescued after another hour.
The lone Bolivian, Carlos Mamani, was pulled out fourth, the youngest miner, 19-year-old Jimmy Sanchez, was fifth, Osman Isidro Araya came out sixth and Jose Ojeda, who turned 47 on Monday, was seventh.
Mamani was greeted by his wife, Veronica, with a hug and kiss that knocked off her white hardhat as Chile's president and first lady held small Bolivian flags.
Mamani also gestured with both forefingers at his T-shirt, which said "Thank You Lord" above a Chilean flag. He shouted "Gracias, Chile!" before a round of backslapping with rescuers.
Through the first five rescues, the operation brought up a miner roughly every hour -- holding to a schedule announced earlier to get all out in about 36 hours.
Then, rescuers paused to lubricate the spring-loaded wheels that give the capsule a smooth ride through the hard-rock shaft before they brought up the sixth and seventh miners.
When the last man surfaces, it promises to end a national crisis that began when 700,000 tons of rock collapsed Aug. 5, sealing the men in the lower reaches of the mine.
After the first capsule came out of the manhole-sized opening, Avalos emerged as bystanders cheered, clapped and broke into a chant of "Chi! Chi! Chi! Le! Le! Le!" -- the country's name.
Avalos gave a thumbs-up as he was led to an ambulance and medical tests following his more than two months deep in the gold and copper mine -- the longest anyone has ever been trapped underground and survived.
23 out 12 to go!!! Praise be the name of the Lord Jesus Christ!!!!!
The White Butterfly in the mine
CNN has written some good news that has emerged from the Copiapó mining accident in Chile. Jorge Galeguillos and fellow miner (and former soccer star) Franklin Lobos were driving into the mine in a pick-up truck when a giant slab of rock collapsed behind them. The collapse blocked the road behind them, leaving them no where to go but forward. Jorge described the incident in a letter to his brother Eleodoro – also a miner – writing that “we had been up to the workshop and as we were driving back down, a slab of rock caved in just behind us. It crashed down only a few seconds after we drove past. Just ahead I saw a white butterfly. After that, we were caught in an avalanche of dirt and dust. I couldn’t see my hand in front of my face. The tunnel was collapsing and the rocks buried a backhoe. A water tank lower down was almost completely buried too.”
You can imagine that small white butterflies are mostly unheard of in mines, especially 500 meters below the surface. Struck by the sight of the butterfly, the two miners slowed their truck down so they could take a closer look. That curiosity stopped them from driving headlong into the rockfalls and cave-ins triggered by the initial, massive collapse. After the dust settled, the two miners were eventually able to navigate their way to 31 other miners trapped on a refuge deeper in the mine.
Nobody is sure why or how the white butterfly ended up 500 meters down in the mine, but the sighting has struck a chord with believers in the region’s folklore and superstitions. Jorge’s brother Eleodoro said of the butterfly, “our grandfathers knew it was a good omen to come across a white animal in the dark of night.” Like many superstitions in Chile, this white animal sighting has Catholic twist. “Down in the mine, I don’t really know what that butterfly was,” Eleodoro said. “Maybe it was a little angel passing in front of them, or a little god saying, ‘Hurry up, there’s danger down here.’”
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MIRACLE in the MINE
October 14, 2010 A White Butterfly in the Chilean Mine saved 2 of the trapped miners from being killed.
Jorge Galeguillos said they spotted a white butterly in the mine, just before the collapse.
That’s not something you’d ever expect to see 2,000 feet below the earths surface! So he and Frank Lobos stopped.
They all stopped, down in the mine, before the collpase to look at a white butterfly down in the mine with them.
As they tarried, the other portion of the mine collapsed. Had they not stopped, they would have been killed.
The butterly saved them - and no butterfly'd be that far down!
I loved the pride Chile has, and how much the president of Chile loved and cared about his people.
America does not have that with this cold devil in the whitehouse.
My discernment is going bonkers over this. 33 men pulled out on the 13th by the phoenix rising. It just spooks me out.
And the first man was pulled out on television at 10:00 pm when the evening news came on.
The Iraq war broke out right in time for the 5:30 pm evening news. Anyone else smell a stink?
The NWO motto is
OUT OF CHAOS - ORDER
The Phoenix Rises
The capsule each miner was raised in was called the Phoenix
Something about this is rolling around in my gut.
The logo of the evil NWO - New World Order - is the phoenix.
I cannot get it out of my mind
These miners have returned - in a sense - from the grave.
I dont mean to dampen people's joy .. just share the discomfort I have.
There is a lot of subliminal things involved here, way too many for one man's mind to take a hold off. Christ was 33 he was buried and resurrected, the entrance of his grave was sealed by a stone, the stone had to be removed for Him to come out to the world. Just call me crazy!!! Phoenix the name of the capsule can we say NWO in the rise? 420 banks callng for a One World currency!!! Guys we are very close to see the man of sin reveal. But dont be afraid God is in control.
The Odd Masonic Imagery of the 33 Chilean Miners’ Rescue
WAS THIS ENTIRE RESCUE STAGED? ARE THE MINERS PERFORMERS?
October 14th, 2010 The rescue of the 33 unfortunate Chilean miners has definitely turn into an international media event. All aspects of the rescue have been carefully staged to make the entire thing a spectacular show inspiring emotions, admiration and national pride. For those knowledgeable of Masonic and occult symbolism, it is hard not to ponder on the numerological and symbolic facts of the event. Here are some of them:
The number 33 is of great importance in Freemasonry and in Qabbalistic system of numbers. It can be found in many instances in Masonic lore.
The date of the start of the rescue - October 13
The name of the rescue device was named Fénix (Phoenix), which is the bird that rose from its ashes.
Once again, the selection of the name Phoenix, a mythological creature holding a great importance in occult mysteries, is quite interesting.
The bird is considered a symbol of accomplishment of alchemical transmutation, a process equivalent to human regeneration.
The work took 33 days total to drill the hole.
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Oct 13 is THE SAME DATE [b]HAARP CEASED!
HAARP is my own personal observation Oct. 17th
HAARP STOPPED SUDDENLY on October 13th !! [/b] Almost a WEEK ago!
When I went there to check it today, Oc t 17 there was NOTHING ON IT!
So I clicked to 2 weeks ago, then one week ago to look at history.
The HAARP magnomiter died SUDDENLY on October 13th - just before the midnight of October 14th.
I HAVE NEVER SEEN HAPPEN THIS BEFORE!
There are many phony incidents arranged, some real, some simply made up and reported as real.
EXAMPLE - Sandy Hook Ct. School 'shooting' HOAX December, 2012
Cracks appear in Chile miners' 'pact of silence'
One indicates that he would tell his story for a fee
Most of Chile's 33 rescued miners are honoring a pact of silence about the worst of their ordeal, but one indicated on Sunday he would talk if paid and another set the record straight about what didn't happen.
Lucrative movie and book deals have been flowing in since the miners' miraculous rescue on Wednesday after 69 days trapped half a mile underground after a cave-in, and several are now looking to safeguard their financial future.
So far, most of the men have not yet spoken of the very worst moments of their ordeal in a hot, humid tunnel 2,050 feet underground, particularly during the agonizing 17 days before they were found alive.
The rescue was watched by hundreds of millions of people, a survival story that captured the world's imagination.
"We can't talk about those things, because there is a pact. We can't talk about the period from the cave-in until we escaped."
Fellow miner Omar Reygada said the pact aimed to ensure the real story was told about the days after the August 5 collapse.
Some of the miners have said they were planning a book, and several said they had not yet decided as a group on the sale of rights to their story.
"There's an agreement for us to speak as a group, to avoid distortions that can arise when we speak individually," he said.
Still, miner Jorge Galleguillos said the pact was non-binding, and told Reuters he would tell his story for a fee. He refused to speak in detail otherwise.
"I have to think about myself," he said after attending a religious ceremony at the mine and touring the tent settlement where his family waited for his rescue.
Mario Sepulveda, a joker and the most charismatic of the miners, who thrilled the world when he emerged from the escape capsule that hoisted the men to safety with a bag of souvenir rocks, has already tested the pact's limits.
In an interview with Britain's Mail on Sunday, Sepulveda said he had at times lost hope of being rescued and had played dead in a macabre joke on the other miners.
He rejected the suggestion that the men had sex while trapped underground or that he had considered cannibalism.
"The reason I am speaking is that people have been gossiping and saying things and I think it is important for one of us, me in this case, to tell it as it was down there, but also to answer some of the things that people are getting wrong," he told the paper.
"Saying we had sex down there with each other is just plain wrong," he added. "There are some things I will never talk about. But they are things that would embarrass some of the kids (younger miners). Nothing sexual, more that they acted like kids."
Sepulveda says he will use any money earned from his story to create a fund for his children's university education.
The 40-year-old, who spent his birthday trapped in the mine, did not join 13 of his colleagues at the ceremony on Sunday.
Miner Victor Segovia kept a diary the men plan to turn into a book. Parts of his notebook have been sealed with tape to ensure secrecy.
Some just don't want to talk about their darkest days underground, amid psychologists' warnings that the most lasting damage could be emotional and go on for months if not years.
"I don't want to talk about that yet," said Claudio Yanez, 34, who had been considering quitting the mine before the accident.
Can you spell setup?
20 October 2010 Warnings by the miners ignored
A Chilean politician has alleged that on the day the San Jose mine collapsed trapping 33 men, workers voiced safety fears but were told to stay on shift.
3 hours before the disaster, mine managers refused their request to surface after one miner heard loud and unusual noises in the mine.
They asked to be allowed to leave the mine, but their request was denied.
Mine owners deny this.
The Phoenix 2 capsule used to bring the miners to the surface went on display outside the presidential palace in Santiago.
The Chilean Navy has announced that it has patented the capsule's name and design.
Riots in Chile
11 Aug 2011 Chile riot police clash with student protestersPeaceful march turns violent as masked demonstrators burn cars and loot shops in Santiago
A police vehicle is attacked in Santiago during demonstrations over education reforms in Chile. Photograph: Raul Goycoolea/EPA
Violence erupted on the streets of Chile's capital and other cities as tens of thousands of students staged another protest demanding changes in public education.
Masked demonstrators burned cars and barricades, looted shops and threw furniture at police in Santiago on Tuesday. Some attacked an apartment building, throwing rocks and breaking windows. Riot police used tear gas and tanks with water cannons to push them back.
By nightfall, at least 273 protesters were detained, including 73 in Santiago, and 23 police officers were injured, said Rodrigo Ubilla, a deputy interior minister.
Five days after a banned march ended in nearly 900 arrests, students and teachers marched peacefully in Santiago and elsewhere in Chile on Tuesday, calling for the government to increase spending on schooling and provide "free and equal" public education.
As in previous demonstrations, protesters danced, sang, wore costumes and waved signs. But then groups of masked protesters split off and tried to break through police barricades blocking the way to the presidential palace.
Location of the Chile riots. University of Chile student president Camila Vallejos said 150,000 marched on sidestreets in the capital because the government denied them permission to march on the main avenue. Ubilla estimated that between 70,000 and 80,000 marched in Santiago.
Vallejos said the huge showing so soon after last Thursday's confrontations "reaffirms the level of approval we have and that the people keep supporting us. It's the government that isn't capable of conceding".
The interior minister, Rodrigo Hinzpeter, said the violence shows student leaders can't control their demonstrators.
As the day wore on, the violence spread, with hooded and masked activists throwing rocks, paint, furniture and street signs at police backed by armoured vehicles.
The unrest has gripped Chile for more than two months.
High school and university students have refused to attend class, taken over schools and staged demonstrations to press their demand for fundamental changes in how Chile finances public education. Of particular concern, they say, is that private universities enjoying nonprofit tax status aren't reinvesting their revenues in educational improvements as required by law.
The system also leaves underfunded municipalities in charge of high school education nationwide. This has starved most schools of resources, while leaving some wealthy neighbourhood schools well off. Chile's small upper class sends its children to private schools or even overseas for their education.
Teachers' union president Jaime Gajardo reiterated the students' call for a national referendum on their demands, an idea that leaders of the governing center-right coalition have dismissed as unconstitutional and dangerous.
Student leaders spread word on social networks for their supporters to engage in more pot-banging displays known as "cacerolazos", and the clamour of crashing metal rang into the night. Pot-banging during the dark of night was a frequent method of protest during the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet in 1973-90.
CHILE wants political reform = SIN!
Mar 23, 2014 A mass protest was cut short in Santiago, Chile, after police dispersed activists with tear gas and water cannon. Over 150,000 people had gathered in the city center to urge newly-elected President Michelle Bachelet to push ahead with her reform program.
They want the Pinochet-era constitution to be replaced with new legislation that protects the rights of all citizens. Among other things, environmental reform, gay marriage, the legalization of murder of innocent (abortion).
CHILE wants SIN!
NOTE - Chile is having more strong earthquakes. Big shakeups.