HealthMap Aug 10 3_17am EST (Image source:
HealthMap Aug 10, 2014, 3:17am EST (Image source:

BOSTON, Mass. (INTELLIHUB) — An electronic information gathering and mapping system similar to the WebBot actually spotted the “hemorrhagic fever” (Ebola) outbreak in West Africa 9-days before it hit the press following the WHO’s announcement.

According to the Associated Press (via Yahoo News):

HealthMap uses algorithms to scour tens of thousands of social media sites, local news, government websites, infectious-disease physicians’ social networks and other sources to detect and track disease outbreaks. Sophisticated software filters irrelevant data, classifies the relevant information, identifies diseases and maps their locations with the help of experts.

However, shockingly, as of Sunday, the HealthMap system has spotted at least 75 potential triggers in the United States along with potentials in Canada as well as Mexico. At this time it has not been announced that Ebola is spreading in the U.S., but predictive models show that we may be less than 9-days away from some type of official announcement based on current data.

Once the announcement is made, under World Health Organization recommendation, U.S. officials will then request the activation of all emergency preparedness and mass fatalities response plans nationwide as we will then, at that point, be in full-blown pandemic level 6 martial law.

Shepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture. You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook. Shepard also appears on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.

Editor’s Note: We share information that has been reported by mainstream media, not in an effort to regurgitate their narrative, or to cause panic and fear, but rather to keep you informed of what is being reported. One must learn to sort through this information and draw their own conclusions. For example, this story ran at Yahoo News. Just a few hours before this story ran, Yahoo News released a Twitter Status which claimed that 145 people in Atlanta had been stricken by Ebola. They retracted the tweet as a mistake. Was that tweet intentional fear mongering or some sort of beta test to gauge reaction? Possibly. They might have also simply been hacked. Please do not swallow any of the Ebola narratives as absolute fact, but rather use them as precautionary advice. If this is some sort of grand false flag that is in the works, it still does not discount the fact that people could die and/or potentially be made extremely sick by any forthcoming vaccines or virus outbreaks. Whether the threat is natural or manufactured does not really matter for the sake of your family’s health. -Dean Garrison