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photographs of California fire anomolies

If you are among those who smell something fishy, these photographs will add fuel to that particular fire.  For an interesting conversation, ask your local firefighters to explain them… particularly if they were part of the responders trying to stop these fires. Throughout the pictures below you can see unburned green trees and shrubbery right next to homes and vehicles burned by anomalous super-hot fires. Forest fires love stores but not trees or gasoline-filled pumps. Oh and they also hate contents in steel debris boxes as shown in the lower left corner. This next set of pictures has one of my least favored words in modern language, but the collection of evidence has me overlooking that flaw. https://files.catbox.moe/j5s0k5.jpgJPG JPG […]

Weapons of War On Our Streets

A Guide to the Militarization of America’s Police You’re free to republish or share any of our articles (either in part or in full), which are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Our only requirement is that you give Ammo.com appropriate credit by linking to the original article. Spread the word; knowledge is power! The claim often heard from those attempting to pass more gun control legislation is that all they’re trying to do is get the “weapons of war off our streets,” but it’s simply untrue that “weapons of war” are available to the general public. You’d last about three minutes in a conventional war with an AR-15, even with one of the most aggressive […]

11-11 good news AWOL

The Q posts led me to believe big things were going to happen on Armistice Day, the 100 year anniversary of ridiculous war to make the super rich even richer and more powerful by killing poor folks. Renaming it to celebrate the biggest suckers in their bloody plays doesn’t change it for me, though I did cheerfully take advantage of a 15% discount for veterans at the farm store. After poring over the news all day Sunday I find no big thing anywhere. Here is some of what I did see. Directed Energy Weapons continue fanning “inexplicable” flames in USofA and Europe. More people are waking up. More evidence is being brought to the public and to the puzzled firefighting […]

bombing Hawaii

I have been waiting with great interest for plausable stories regarding the missile warning issued to Hawaiians. For 32 minutes cell phones, televisions, Internet, highway message boards and other available media warned them to “Take cover incoming missile”. We are supposed to believe the official story that someone slipped on a banna peal and bumped the button triggering this message as they attempted to break their fall… or something as lame as that. For no particularly good reason, I am reminded of a book I read 30 years ago, The Day We Bombed Utah. Needless to say, as long as they are not present, any people and any place are expendable to the ruling elite. What did NOT happen in […]

California war zone

The war against sanity, humanity and Earth has really heated up in California. I don’t want to believe it, you won’t want to believe it and most people will turn off the incoming information because they cannot believe it. Crawling into your safe space might seem like a good idea, but while you hide in your blanket fort, evil can sneak right up and pounce. You cannot escape, fight back or control the outcome that you don’t see coming. In July the Santa Rosa Planning Commission zoned a large area for high density housing. It was fully occupied with $200,000 – $2,000,000 expansive, single-family homes with large landscaped yards, 2-5 car garages and generous setbacks from the streets. In October, […]

47 computer and laser years

I was a US Air Force computer operator in 1970, running state-of-the-art commercial computers at a time most people had never seen any computer and had no idea what they did or how. The picture on the right has mostly peripheral equipment with the RCA 301 computer being the big box in the center against the wall. In the systems that I operated, that box had 17K (17,000 characters) of core storage. By comparison, today you can buy an Arduino Micro with 32K (about double) of flash memory and A BUNCH MORE computing power for $19.80 … or about $1.80 in 1970 dollars. Yesterday I posted computers circa 1970 because at the same time I was an Air Force computer […]

first see

I mean really see. Accept what your eyes are telling you. Do not let unacceptable answers to “how?” and “why?” prevent your mind from absorbing what you can see with your own eyes. That’s impossible. Nobody would do that. Therefore I cannot believe what I am seeing. Therefore it did not happen. I must move to other topics. This one is uncomfortable. These are all normal human action/reaction. Chalk it up to “Life is mysterious” or something like that, then erase the discomforting evidence from your mind. But something strange happened in Santa Rosa last week. I shared a great video in my article here: Santa Rosa firestorm Then there is this video: Drone footage of fire damage in Santa […]

geoengineering motivations

Seven Agendas of Chemtrails, HAARP and Electromagnetic Weapons 1 Geoengineering, Global Warming, Weaponized Weather • Tags: chemtrails, Cliff Carnicom, climate engineering, contrails, eleana freeland NOTE: The continuous injection of carbonaceous and metallic aerosols into the troposphere has had the permanent effect of increasing the conductivity of the atmosphere for various covert outcomes. One example could be climate manipulation when a network of directed energy sources is applied to regions of the artificial clouds embedded with nano-metals. The Carnicom Institute has published 3 papers related to the consequences of increased atmospheric “conductivity” that may further enlighten the reader as to the potential for nano-sized aluminum and metallic particles to interfere with the planet’s natural climate and terrestrial ecology. . Atmospheric […]

why the fireworks?

The United States Celebrates Independence Day — a Time for Re-evaluation By Janet Phelan The fourth of July. This is the day for Americans to go down to the beach with a picnic basket loaded up with ham sandwiches and to drink more beer than can possibly be recommended during the work week. This is the day to gather with friends and family and to ooh and aah at pyrotechnics dazzling the sky. It is a day, if we stop to think, to be grateful that we are not living in a country which produces lock-step conformity and fear in its citizenry. It is a day, traditionally, to be thankful for our freedoms. This July 4th, it would be […]

no breakfast or lunch in December

There is a lot of information on the World Wide Web as well as written media about the benefits of both intermittent fasting as well as full time fasts. I have written and published quite a bit here on my fasting experiences. A couple of health issues directed me towards the healing power of another fast, but December is not a particularly good month for that, and I just was not able to psych myself up for one now. So I compromised and began an intermittent fast this month. As you may have read here already, we began having late breakfasts and skipping lunches quite some time ago. After a couple weeks our circadian rhythms were reprogrammed making it so […]

chemtrail flu sick leave

On Tuesday night I was hammered hard with congestion and fever. My response was as it always is: Work with my immune system teammates – cook those pathogens to death. Expel the corpses. Wednesday my body requested lots of rest, clear liquids, and precious little else. Therefore, I spent as much of the day drifting between sleep and awake under my blankee on my recliner as I did lazing around the house kept toasty-warm via my woodstove returning the liberated carbon atoms back to the northwestern air from whence the local trees harvested it. Today is much better, but a light overlay of lingering weakness and likely infection dictate a physically low profile day. So I am playing keyboard catch-up. […]

State of the Planet

In the video I posted July 30th, I promised that links to much of my source material would be found here. I am doing that now. In nearly every case I have put details and links in my prior posts, so I am taking a shortcut with that as you will see. I am greatly impressed that the creators of The Georgia Guidestones used one of their Directed Energy Weapons to take down their edifice. Nobody else could have done it. The real question we cannot answer quite yet is WHY? As with all they do, it is not in our best interest. They are not doing us any favors. The Food Plant Fires is another story I covered with […]

Memorial Day …. beyond beer and hot dogs

… “Memorial Day the holiday however is a day that we as country pay respect to the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. They gave their lives. You will notice if you go to a cemetery or even pass one the graves are covered with flowers and flags more so than on any other day of the year. The practice of decorating soldiers’ graves with flowers is an ancient custom. Soldiers’ graves were decorated in the U.S. before and during the American Civil War. Some believe that an annual cemetery decoration practice began before the American Civil War and thus may reflect the real origin of the “memorial day” idea. Annual Decoration Days for […]

5G meets intelligent resistance

Scientists and health researchers are organizing against the 5G rollout. Many nations have shut it down altogether for health concerns. Studies continue to find cancer caused by 4G exposure that is even worse with 5G. Those who benefit from rolling out the technology own those who regulate it. Outside the USofA the regulators will not allow wifi remotely close to the ocean of unsafe applications we have here. Even USofA baby monitors constantly assault inhabitants with radiation while European ones by law are only allowed to transmit when the baby makes noise. We all should be aware and beware of the knowledge and research presented by the videos and article below. Note that in this post I am only addressing […]