Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Experiencing the 'Super Tuesday' storm as we speak, March 1, 2016



The wind is really picking up here, I might be without power soon.

The above sentence I was writing at 3:25 PST and just as I was writing the sentence, the transformer just outside of my house blew.  The power is still out in the neighborhood, but fortunately the local coffee shop still has the juice flowing.

I've lost track of how many windstorms we've had in the last year, but it is more than I've seen in the rest of my life combined.

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  1. I just moved to Seattle two months ago, has it ever been this windy?

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    1. Well, in the last year, we've had a number of big wind storms. In the last 18-months I have had to replace my fence twice... first two times I ever saw a fence blow over. Wind storms in the Pacific Northwest used to be something that happened every five or more years, now they seem to be every couple of months.

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  2. THE BEST SITE for weather maps is @weatherforyou.com Click on Interactive Map under Radar & Satellite. Top R corner, click on the icon 2nd from R to enlarge it full page. Go to top L corner, click on Radar/Sat icon (2nd from L), then click on GLOBAL. Zoom out & you can see what's going on all over the world. It shows the coordinates & you can zoom in really close, or far enough out to see the whole planet (except for the poles - like on every other damned map!)

    Watch the 74th Latitude, N & S. Keep an eye on it & you'll see some freaky stuff going on there, particularly NW of your area (N of Alaska), & N of the UK, Iceland, Faroe Islands region (Barents Sea area). Over the past 2 yrs I've watched a radar-like 'dome' take shape over Russia. Now we've got one too -- over Canada & Alaska. They aren't 'turned on' all the time, but when they are, you can see by the jagged cloud formations where they're exciting the atmosphere.

    Keep checking - usually late at night - & you'll literally see them "painting with the clouds" (that's what I call it). They've evolved from rudimentary figures to photographic-like imagery. For awhile I figured these were probably BlueBeam, but this seems MUCH bigger than that. I grabbed some amazing screen shots a few months ago of a HUGE Appaloosa War Horse & Indian Chief sitting out in the Pacific -- stretching from CA up to Russia. The detail was incredible.

    As you'd expect, they do their "finest work" on numerically significant dates. The imagery mostly shows animals & people -- Hindu imagery is common at certain times, & dates important to royalty always spark a flurry of 'artwork'. On Prince William's birthday last year, the sky all over the planet was full of ELEPHANTS -- which made sense when I saw that one of his main charities is "TUSK". I've seen some disturbing imagery too - skulls, demons, etc. -- but I choose not to look much at those.

    You might not see them at first, but keep looking -- one day they'll be so obvious it'll be impossible to miss. After that, your eyes will learn how to spot them more quickly. This is NOT 'PAREIDOLIA' - the numbers helped prove that! The dates, times & coordinates of these 'clouds' fall right in line with the code. Our eyes & brain do NOT 'play tricks on us' -- that would be counterintuitive to survival if we felt we couldn't 'trust' them. Which is why we're TOLD to believe that line of bullshit -- so we'll put our 'trust' in the 'words' of our patriarchal controllers -- instead of in OURSELVES & EACH OTHER -- where it SHOULD be. It's our PERSPECTIVE that sometimes needs an 'adjustment'!

    If you like, I'll go into more detail about all this another time. But I will say this: these 'images' have MUCH to do with 'chemtrails' -- they're basically 'laying their paint down on the canvas' (so to speak), then creating their 'imagery' with frequency/resonance/radar manipulation of the atmosphere, assisted by additional aids on the earth's surface. I'm not 'just guessing' -- they were already working with this at White Sands a long time ago (as you can tell, I don't much give a damn anymore about being so careful with what I say -- it's not like anybody's going to believe it anyway! -- tsk, tsk, lol) ;D :D

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    1. Interesting. How can you be sure these are actual cloud formations above the earth rather than artist renderings on a computer? NASA released a picture last year, supposedly the first "photo" of earth from "space" since something like 1978, and it is complete with CGI representations depicting what appear to be angels and demons, painted with the clouds.

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    2. Great heads up on site, thank you!

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    3. If you research concave earth, you will find the real model and it'll all make srnse, as NASA aka not a straight answer, keeps us in the dark. Dark side of the Moon is dark side of the Sun, shhhh!

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    4. I found Sean Dexter's comment to be REALLY interesting because it was the early 80s when I saw them working with this technology. It shows how clever they are about skewing our perception -- no doubt they'd prefer for us to THINK an "artist rendered it on a computer" -- because by having their own psyops people IMPLY that, they can control the dialogue -- & people never get close to the REALITY of what's going on up there. I understand why people would lean towards believing that these coverups are done with CG art, but in this case THAT'S also part of the cover-up. What's happened though, is that through globalization & allowing so MANY corporations to be involved in ALL things "space-related", they've had to allow for SOME sites to show REAL info -- in a way that doesn't require special equipment to obtain access. It becomes a matter of knowing WHERE to look. Most people only trust "official sounding sites" that APPEAR to show 'legitimate' data. Which makes "WEATHER FOR YOU" sound like a cheesy 'unreliable' source ... & therefore the 'perfect cover'!!

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  3. Transformer blew at 3:25 -- that's 15:25 -- which reduces to 6:7 = 67
    Damn you & your Perfect Age Hillary! lol!

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  4. Last night as the sun was setting it looked like someone flung a bucket of red paint and it was dripping down in horizontal lines. It was gorgeous but bizarre. I was driving at the time and by the time I got home it was too dark to photograph v well but I have noticed the skies here lately looking almost cartoons like The Simpsons. I'm in Tennesse btw

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  5. North GA got rocked last night. Insta-Thunder with the lightning. House shaking.

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