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#1 GodElectric



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Posted 15 February 2017 - 08:24 PM

Just putting this out there as some Russian's seem very fond of the British band called 'The Prodigy'...

Do they know the background to their 'Invaders Must Die' album? Being that this is a Pravda, or truth forum on music and videos I thought id share the correlation of the album artwork and lyrics with tracks like 'Thunder'...



To understand the meaning behind the album 'Invaders Must Die' you will need a background in the discoveries of people like Nikola Tesla and electrically induced events such as earthquakes. Today scientists like Tom Bleier describe large earthquakes as being the electric currents or  "lightning underground" - this is important if you want to understand The Prodigy lyrics.

The artwork and video to the 'Invaders Must Die' album shows large ionospheric antennae causing electric discharges destroying a city. The lyrics to track 'Thunder' explicitly describe an earthquake as electrical discharge > "This type of thunder break wall and window pain, there is no rain". What is even more cunning, is the album was released two years to the nearest day before the Earthquake that targeted Christchurch city center on 22/2/2011. One of the first and few man made electrically induced earthquakes to target a western city. The Prodigy do an awesome album calling for these Invaders To Die... Do the Russians see a common enemy in the music?

Namely the owners of HAARP type patents are after all the Rothschild subsidiary Raytheon with US Navy backing...

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