Typhoon in Japan is Result of Alien Invasion

Typhoon in Japan is Result of Alien Invasion Clapway Clapway

A massive tsunami hit Japan in 2011 that much of the nation is still recovering from. Progress is being made, however, a new conflict arises. This week, a violent typhoon rocked the island. Climatologists will say the increase in extreme weather like this is the result of climate change. While that’s true, who’s causing the climate change to begin with? Some say an alien invasion is to blame.

TYPHOON LIONROCK FLOODS JAPAN; ALIEN INVASION THE CAUSE

Intense rain from a typhoon covered northern Japan this past Wednesday. The storm killed 11 people, most of them from elderly home who couldn’t escape the rising waters. Authorities in the area say that hundreds are still trapped in houses due to the floods. A storm like this hasn’t made landfall in the northern region since the 1950’s. Sadly, this was a painful reminder of the 2011 tsunami that struck this region, killing more than 18,000. With alien sightings over the country at an all-time high, people are beginning to point fingers.

AMIDST TYPHOON, ALIEN SIGHTINGS ON THE RISE

Alien sightings and natural disasters go together like steak and potatoes. They tend to gravitate around volcanic eruptions, tornados and even typhoon’s like this one in Japan. In fact, UFO sightings all over the island have been rampant. One theory is that aliens enjoy observing the natural disasters of Earth. It’s a form of educational entertainment for them. On the other hand, perhaps they are sticking around to see the results of their evil deed.

ALIEN WARNED US OF TYPHOON

According to author Whitley Streiber, aliens predicted climate change. Strieber claimed that he was abducted by aliens. The visitors warned him that Earth’s climate was to change and major superstorms would result. Either these aliens can tell the future or they are responsible for the storms themselves. Of course, they could predict such an event if they are the ones who did it. These UFO sightings are not peaceful observers but instead, hostile invaders.


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