‘Karen from Bunnings’ says Melbourne’s earthquake NEVER HAPPENED in bizarre outburst


A conspiracy theorist dubbed ‘Karen from Bunnings’ has claimed the Melbourne earthquake was caused by energies ‘from above’. 

The self-proclaimed ‘psychic witch’ Lizzy Rose has claimed ‘alien energy’ and a ‘great spirit’ are to blame for the 5.9 magnitude earthquake that damaged property across Victoria on September 22.  

Ms Rose posted a video to her Instagram page on Wednesday, saying she had been exploring the area around the epicentre of the earthquake, located in the Gaffneys Creek-Woods Point region, south of Mansfield, 115 km northeast of Melbourne.      

Self-proclaimed psychic Lizzy Rose (pictured) has claimed ‘alien energy’ caused the 5.9 magnitude Melbourne earthquake 

‘We have from good faith from the locals and tapping into energy that there’s no earthquake. There never was an earthquake,’ she says in the clip.

She claims she travelled to the epicentre ‘legally and lawfully’ with her crew because she did not believe the earthquake occured at all and wanted to conduct her own investigation into what she called the ‘alleged earthquake.’    

She said they connected to ‘source and to the energy of great spirit and also armed forced and alien energy as well.’   

‘As far as I’m concerned from the little bit of investigation we’ve had on the ground since we’ve stopped the vehicle, there is no evidence of an earthquake,’ she claimed.

She posted a video to Instagram on Wednesday saying she visited the epicentre and tapped into energies, believing they came from above, not below

She posted a video to Instagram on Wednesday saying she visited the epicentre and tapped into energies, believing they came from above, not below 

Ms Rose can be seen walking along a bridge in the video, telling her followers she is unconvinced an earthquake occurred in the area as it was largely undisturbed and had minimal damage.  

‘This energy and what affected this land and this space definitely came from above it did not come from under the ground,’ she comments.

During the video she also hinted to the possibility of a ‘Lizzy Rose documentary’.

Ms Rose posted an accompanying photo to her social media on the same day saying she travelled to Ĺicola, Jamieson, Mansfield, Gaffneys Creek and Knockwood Bridge for her investigations 

She is seen walking along a bridge in the video (pictured) claiming she is unconvinced an earthquake occured in the area due to the lack of damage

She is seen walking along a bridge in the video (pictured) claiming she is unconvinced an earthquake occured in the area due to the lack of damage 

The footage comes just days after she was seen at the violent protest rally outside CFMEU headquarters in Melbourne’s CBD.  

Many of her dedicated followers agreed with her claims, saying they too felt the earthquake come from above.  

‘It shook my cottage to the point things fell but it was weird because it was all in my roof not from below me. I actually thought some big mythical creature was running across my roof. Now you’ve got me thinking,’ wrote one follower to her Instagram. 

‘I ran outside during the noise and shaking and thought the noise was passing overhead. I then thought it may have just been a noisy truck going past,’ said another. 

One commented: ‘I ran outside looking up to the sky. sounded like a something was landing on the roof.’   

Others were not as easily convinced, with many labelling her a ‘fruit loop.’ 

Ms Rose (pictured) said she and her crew travelled to the area of the epicentre because they did not believe the earthquake happened at all and wanted to conduct her own research

Ms Rose (pictured) said she and her crew travelled to the area of the epicentre because they did not believe the earthquake happened at all and wanted to conduct her own research

The self-proclaimed witch, who was the original ‘Bunnings Karen’, also proudly attended violent anti-vaccine protests in Melbourne.

The Covid-denier was one of thousands who protested against vaccine mandates for construction workers outside the CFMEU headquarters in September.

‘Oracle Lizzy’, as she calls herself, is no stranger to pushing anti-vaccination and controversial Covid-19 views to her followers and often urged them to join her at the protests.

‘Join us tomorrow as we stand again, united against mandatory vaccination for ALL employees,’ the mother-of-five wrote with details of the protest on September 21.

‘This ends when WE end it. Don’t let Daniel Andrews decide when you die.’

Covid denier, Lizzy Rose, (left with video blogger known as The Real Rukshan) was one of hundreds of who turned out to protest against vaccine mandates for tradies outside union CFMEU's headquarters

Covid denier, Lizzy Rose, (left with video blogger known as The Real Rukshan) was one of hundreds of who turned out to protest against vaccine mandates for tradies outside union CFMEU’s headquarters

Ms Rose also urged her followers to join her at the second protest planned

Ms Rose also urged her followers to join her at the second protest planned

Photos from the event show a maskless Ms Rose standing outside the CFMEU office surrounded by protesters in high-vis vests and jackets. 

Ms Rose became infamous last year during the state’s deadly second wave after she posted a video on her Facebook page declaring she would continue to travel through several Melbourne suburbs a day without wearing a mask.

Other videos showed her burning face masks in a fire pit and walking into a Bunnings and arguing with staff about not being allowed in without one.

Lizzy Rose is a pagan witch and hates wearing masks. She has filmed herself burning them in a fire pit

Lizzy Rose is a pagan witch and hates wearing masks. She has filmed herself burning them in a fire pit 

Lizzy Rose hams it up while dressed as a Viking Queen. She had been trying to get items for a Viking fire pit when she ran into trouble at her local Bunnings last year

Lizzy Rose hams it up while dressed as a Viking Queen. She had been trying to get items for a Viking fire pit when she ran into trouble at her local Bunnings last year 

Her antics were condemned across the country and she was labelled ‘Bunnings Karen’.

Earlier this month she was given 45 minutes to air her wacky views on a major breakfast Gold Coast radio station Sea FM.

Ms Rose was invited to speak with hosts Bianca Dye, Dan Anstey and Ben Hannant on the program ‘Unpopular Opinion: Covid Is A Conspiracy, Do Not Get Vaccinated’. 

She energetically laid out her absurd belief that Covid-19 is an evil plan devised by shadowy world leaders.

‘It’s a takeover of humans,’ she confidently told listeners.

Lizzy Rose has prepared for the great 'Blackout', which will descend on Australians in 2023, she claims in a wild online rant

Lizzy Rose has prepared for the great ‘Blackout’, which will descend on Australians in 2023, she claims in a wild online rant

‘A depopulation and a takeover of who is left and it all comes down to money, power and transforming everybody into a digital system.’

One of her ridiculous theories was the well-worn conspiracy that authorities plan to injecting microchips in to people via vaccinations so they can be controlled – claiming Mr Andrews was playing a very hands-on role.

In another outrageous claim, Ms Rose said she had stood in virus hotspots and ‘tried’ to contract Covid but that ‘it’s impossible’.

One of her more shocking performances was when she filmed herself supposedly putting a ‘hex’ on Mr Andrews.  

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