Post By: Albert Mascheroni
Yesterday I saw an innumerable amount of planes dumping chemicals, not including the airshow planes performing just a small distance away (see pictures):
I also took a couple pictures of the words “Go War Dog” spelled out by these planes. But it’s only advertising for the coming movie “War Dogs”, or the pilot’s code-name? They’re promoting a code alright & it isn’t a movie or a nickname.
* Polysemy (/pəˈlɪsᵻmi/ or /ˈpɒlᵻsiːmi/; from Greek: πολυ-, poly-, “many” & σῆμα, sêma, “sign”) is the capacity for a sign (such as a word, phrase or symbol) to have multiple meanings (that is, multiple semes or sememes & thus multiple senses), usually related by contiguity of meaning w/in a semantic field.
In other words, this ‘code’ is a way for them to relay information w/out raising suspicion. Among the Greeks & Romans, war-dogs served most often as sentries or patrols.* Sentry [s”entri]: Noun 1. a person employed to watch for something to happen
* Patrol [p@tr”oUl]: Noun 1. a detachment used for security or reconnaissance
Earlier today I saw something even more unusual, clouds! You’d think it would be the reverse, moreover bc clouds are the norm, but not so much lately; white streaks across the skies are the norm. When I observed the clouds, I suspected rain.
They know not, neither will they understand; they walk on in darkness: all the foundations of the earth are out of course. – Psalm 82:5
Unless the rain comes from our Creator, it’s just toxic. “They know not, neither will they understand.” Any rain California gets from henceforth, is toxic.
Is Cloud Seeding Harmful? You tell me –
“When studying the efficacy & consequences of cloud seeding experiments, the experimenters tend to be biased in saying cloud seeding w/silver iodide enhances precipitation w/out negative consequences. However, much of the literature substantiates that not only does cloud seeding fail to achieve the desired effect, it also yields harmful consequences. Some of these consequences include rain suppression, flooding, tornadoes & silver iodide toxicity. The harmful effects of silver iodide are insidious.
The Office of Environment, Health & Safety, UC Berkeley, rates silver iodide as a Class C, nonsoluble, inorganic, hazardous chemical that pollutes water & soil. It has been found to be highly toxic to fish, livestock & humans. Numerous medical articles demonstrate that humans absorb silver iodide through the lungs, nose, skin & GI tract.
Mild toxicity can cause GI irritation, renal & pulmonary lesions, & mild argyria (blue, black, purple hue discoloration of the skin). Severe toxicity can result in hemorrhagic gastroenteritis, shock, enlarged heart, severe argyria & death by respiratory depression.”
Diamonds in the sky –
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