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Former Air Force general says EMP event could happen during April 8 total solar eclipse

A retired United States Air Force (USAF) general warned that an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) event could happen during the April 8 total solar eclipse.

Retired USAF Brig. Gen. Blaine Holt made this statement during a recent interview with “Inspired” channel host Jean Nolan.

“I’m getting from a couple of places that there is a potential over the next few weeks, and I can’t co-locate it with April 8. But there is a possibility that somewhere in our nation, there’s going to be an EMP or electromagnetic pulse event,” Holt told Nolan.

“Now, you could conveniently if that were to happen along that path of the solar eclipse. Well, then you might have a government that explains that away as saying, oh, this solar eclipse was like no other,” Holt continued. “We’ve had a solar flare storm because we’ve been marinated in that news story over the past four years that oh, solar flares are just around the corner, and these are bad, and it could wipe out your electronics. Well, in reality, that is true if it’s the right kind and if it’s exactly the right type. We haven’t seen that since I think the mid-1800s.”

North America will experience a total solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, beginning at around 11:07 a.m. Pacific Daylight Timeon Mexico’s Pacific coast. From there, the eclipse will then take a path through the U.S., crossing in order of appearance Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

The eclipse will also be visible from small parts of Tennessee and Michigan. After Maine, the eclipse will continue north through Canada in southern Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and, finally Cape Breton.

Holt added that physicists are also warning people about the Schumann resonance, which are frequencies that could bring about humanity losing everything.

He pointed out the federal government is warning Americans about these things and telling them to take action could only mean that they have to do it because the government knows something people don’t know about. Apossible EMP event must not be taken for granted

Holt said the potential for an EMP event must not be taken for granted and every American must have preparatory steps for taking care of their own families and their communities.(Related:EMPsurvival: 4 Ways to protect your home from anEMPattack.)

He stressed that people should not remove the EMP threat from the list of things they need to worry about.

Holt also advised people to do research and get protection against an EMP attack by having cost-effective devices like a Faraday can. Many things could happen in the event of an EMP wave, and protecting electronics from the pulse through devices like a Faraday cage could help people manage.

Nolan said these are strange times and the messaging, warnings, disaster declarations and state emergencies in various states are inconsistent with history and any potential danger that a solar eclipse could pose.

Holt noted that there are a ton of guides online on how to create Faraday-like devices for people strapped for cash and time that will allow them to weather the storm. He then added that valuable electronics should be the priority for these cages, like smartphones, wires, batteries and other electronics people may need.

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