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9 minutes ago, Janet W said:

Yes, a possible cause of noctlucent clouds. Much from natural nanoparticles, some from spacecraft exhaust.

 

Metallic needles in the sky are well documented. There was something last year or earlier this year in the news. I'll look it up.

 

But this is the needles story - not entirely successful. https://curiosity.com/topics/the-us-once-launched-millions-of-copper-needles-into-space-curiosity

 

Edit: It was 2017! https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/images/90497/colorful-clouds-glow-over-virginia

 

so NASA launched millions of copper needles into space and are spraying particulates into the atmosphere and yet billions of people are unaware of this?

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3 minutes ago, muir said:

 

so NASA launched millions of copper needles into space and are spraying particulates into the atmosphere and yet billions of people are unaware of this?

 

No. It was in the news. It also affected propagation over a very small part of the world. It was spotted even back then. But they soon fell to earth. The other story was also a small-scale experiment. Also with little effect other than visual.

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Just now, Janet W said:

No. It was in the news. It also affected propagation over a very small part of the world. It was spotted even back then. But they soon fell to earth. The other story was also a small-scale experiment. Also with little effect other than visual.

 

sure but billions of people are unaware of it

 

also billions of people are unaware of the other striated cloud formations that were created by those barium experiments i posted above

 

completely unaware of all this stuff going on right there in the skies above their heads!

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1 minute ago, Janet W said:

 

No. It was in the news. It also affected propagation over a very small part of the world. It was spotted even back then. But they soon fell to earth. The other story was also a small-scale experiment. Also with little effect other than visual.

 

It is the visual that the illsionists sometime rely upon to push across their message/agenda, of all those different particles of dust could be ignited to create a spectacular fireworkor false alien invasion model.

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1 minute ago, The Apprentice said:

 

It is the visual that the illsionists sometime rely upon to push across their message/agenda, of all those different particles of dust could be ignited to create a spectacular fireworkor false alien invasion model.

 

Thought that was project Blue Beam?

 

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2 minutes ago, muir said:

 

sure but billions of people are unaware of it

 

also billions of people are unaware of the other striated cloud formations that were created by those barium experiments i posted above

 

completely unaware of all this stuff going on right there in the skies above their heads!

 

 

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Just now, Janet W said:

 

Thought that was project Blue Beam?

 

 

Not sure about that one, I am talking of an atmosphere/air burst, like a sun dog but much bigger.

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Each time that HAARP frequencies are used it creates an imbalance in nature. Now we see the karmic repercussions of this;

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/nov/25/storms-france-greece-italy-destruction-floods

 

 

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Seven people have died as violent storms swept through parts of France, Greece and Italy over the weekend, causing flash floods, landslides and the collapse of an overpass.

Greek media described the storms as leaving a trail of “biblical destruction” in some areas of the country while the overpass collapse in northern Italy brought back a chilling reminder of Genoa’s Morandi bridge giving way during a thunderstorm in August 2018, killing 43 people.

Flash floods in France’s Côte d’Azur claimed the lives of four people, while two others are believed to still be missing. Three of the victims were found in cars that were swept away in floods in the Var region, and the fourth was among a group being rescued by the fire brigade when the dinghy carrying them to safety capsized.

 

One of the worst affected towns was Roquebrune-sur-Argens in the Var, where the Argens River rose seven metres. The French meteorological office said three months’ worth of rain had fallen in less than 48 hours.

Members of the French civil defence took part in rescue operations in a number of flooded areas around Cannes and other coastal towns.

The orange alert was lifted in the Var and Alpes-Maritimes regions on Monday as the water receded, leaving an estimated 4,500 homes without electricity. Two other French departments, the Puy-de-Dôme and the Gironde, were placed on high flooding alert.

 

Jean-Luc Videlaine, the prefect for the Var region, said the rain had been of “historic” intensity and there was considerable damage.

Jean-Pierre Hameau of Météo France said the storms and flooding should not be blamed on climate change. Hameau said the phenomena, known in France as cévenols, or Mediterraneans, were relatively frequent in the region.

“They occur three or six times a year. It often begins in September when the Mediterranean is warm and there is rising hot air in the south,” Hameau said.

“This usually happens in September and October, but sometimes we find these conditions in November. It’s not linked to global warming. We had these cévenols before and there hasn’t been an increase since temperatures rose. However, we have noted an increase in the intensity of the rains.”

 

Meanwhile in Greece, two men in their 50s died when their sailing boat broke free of its moorings and capsized after being hit by gale-force winds in Antirio.

At least one other person was reported missing in Kineta, a beach town west of Athens that was described as being the worst hit by the storms. Emergency services said it could take days to clear the extensive damage in Kineta, where uprooted trees and rockfalls from surrounding hills also disrupted the road network.

The fallout from heavy rainfall was such that authorities were forced to close the highway connecting the Greek capital with Corinth and the Peloponnese peninsula as services cleared the road network of tonnes of mud.

 

The fire service reported widespread flooding of homes, saying hours after the downpours it was still trying to remove people trapped in buildings engulfed by water and debris. The country was bracing itself for more heavy rain later on Monday.

In Italy, a woman died after her car was swept away by the flood of the Bormida River in the north of the country. There was flooding in Turin, landslides in the Liguria region and Lake Como overflowed on Sunday, while the River Ticino burst its banks overnight in the northern city of Pavia. Venice, which has suffered recurrent flooding in recent weeks, was again hit with acqua alta, or high water. The Emilia-Romagna region was on high alert for extreme weather on Monday.

Italy’s prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, said the government had earmarked €11bn of investments intended to accelerate projects to protect the country from extreme weather events.

 

 

 

The problem  European military have is that HAARP cannot be safely tested in Europe without severe reactions to major population centres. The Americans had the sense to build their  transmission arrays in the middle of nowhere in Alaska. But Europe does not have that space.

 

If it was a test.

 

I have a terrible hunch that there are going to be blackouts in mainland Europe & the UK in the lead up to Xmas.

 

(Edit; Oh and my affiliates in Edinburgh tell me that the frequency is STILL being transmitted from the Craigkelly Transmission Station. The high pitched sound is still audible in North & central Edinburgh.  The observance still stands. Stay away from Edinburgh)

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I take no pleasure in relaying this news; https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-50555776?intlink_from_url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/topics/cp7r8vglgpjt/albania&link_location=live-reporting-story

 

Powerful 6.4 magnitude earthquake hits Albania.

 

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A 6.4 magnitude earthquake has hit Albania, bringing down buildings and leaving people trapped under rubble.

At least six people have died. One man died after jumping from a window in panic, a defence ministry spokeswoman confirmed. Some 150 people were hurt.

The quake hit 34 km (21 miles) northwest of the capital, Tirana, early on Tuesday morning.

It was felt across the region, in Italy and in the Serbian city of Novi Sad, almost 700 km away.

Emergency workers told Albanian media that one of the dead was an elderly woman who had managed to save her grandson by cradling with her body.

A defence ministry spokeswoman confirmed firefighters and army staff were helping residents caught under the rubble in the coastal city of Durres, where three were killed.

Two of those who died were in the town of Thumane, 40km to the north west of Tirana and close to the epicentre of the earthquake. There were fears that more people were trapped under rubble.

The man who died when jumping from a balcony was killed further north in Kurbin.

A man in Durres told local news channel News24 that his daughter and niece were among those trapped inside a collapsed apartment building.

"I talked with my daughter and niece on the phone. They said they are well and waiting for the rescue. Could not talk to my wife. There are other families, but I could not talk to them."

Rescuers in the city were seen trying free a young boy trapped in the rubble.

 

There have been a number of aftershocks, including one of 5.3 magnitude, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre said.

 

 

 

Notice the location of Albania. It is located between Greece and the South East coast of Italy.  Both countries that had the Biblical levels of flooding on Sunday just there. Also you will notice a direction of coming from the North West from Italy into Albania and then going into Greece. Which is suggestive of a transmission path coming from a country in the North West of Europe. Mmmmmmm.

 

So we can rule out the UK deep state. why would they attack an ally in Eastern Europe?

 

So we can rule out the supervillain angle. No ransom was asked for. and none was given. And that Albania is a poor country with no money,

 

Which leaves two choices.

 

A) We have an unknown group that has access to the HAARP frequencies now. And they have an unknown agenda..

 

B) We have a demonic entity that has full working knowledge of the HAARP frequencies, and can access and manipulate them with no form of technology that we know of.

 

 

 

Now is the winter of our discontent
Made glorious summer by this sun of York;
And all the clouds that lour’d upon our house
In the deep bosom of the ocean buried.........

 

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20 hours ago, Janet W said:

 

See what I said about metallic clouds above.

".. metallic clouds could be made attractive..." - what does that mean? How would solar radiation "lift" a charge? Convection? Attraction? Repulsion? How would the charge made, then kept?

 

Have you seen how the Northern Lights come into and out of the earths atmosphere, this is how it could be done, taking a ride upon laid particulates, if there is something else to use as a platform then the energy can be enhanced capured and use somewhere else.

 

Hope that makes sense.

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Breaking: Bosnia is hit by 5.4-magnitude earthquake just hours after Albania tremor

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7726529/Bosnia-hit-5-2-magnitude-earthquake-just-hours-Albania-tremor.html

 

 

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Bosnia was hit by a 5.4-magnitude earthquake today just hours after Albania was rocked by an even stronger quake which killed more than a dozen people.

Scientists said the quake had rattled Bosnia this morning with an epicentre around 50 miles south of the capital Sarajevo.

There were no immediate reports of injuries, but experts at a French-based seismology institute said there were 20million people living in the area where the quake was felt.

The Bosnia quake was too far away to be an aftershock of the 6.4-magnitude tremor in Albania, but may have been caused by it, said the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre.

The earthquake in Albania earlier destroyed buildings and left people trapped under rubble in a tremor that was felt across south-eastern Europe - including in Bosnia.

The quake hit near the capital Tirana at 3.54am and brought severe damage to the coastal town of Durres and nearby city of Thumane.

One man in his fifties died after jumping from a collapsing building in Kurbin, while several bodies of a man and woman were removed from rubble in Thumane and a others were found in Durres. At least 14 are dead in total and hundreds of people have been treated for injuries.

 

Albania was also battered by a series of aftershocks. There were 21 earthquakes strong enough to be felt in a period of 11 hours, experts said.

This morning Albania's president Ilir Meta said that the 'situation is very dramatic' and promised that 'all efforts are being done to take people out of the ruins.'

Emergency workers told local media one of those killed was an elderly woman who had managed to save her grandson by cradling him with her body.

Witnesses said at least one hotel, the four-storey Mira Mare in Durres, was destroyed, while another building in the city centre was badly damaged.

'Firefighters and army staff are helping residents (caught) under the rubble', in Durres and nearby Thumane, a Defence Ministry spokeswoman told reporters.

In Thumane Marjana Gjoka, 48, was sleeping in her apartment on the fourth floor of a five-storey building when the quake shattered the two top floors.

'The roof collapsed on our head and I don't know how we escaped. God helped us,' said Gjoka, whose three-year-old niece was among four people in the apartment when the quake struck.

The tremors were felt across hundreds of miles, sending residents rushing from shaking buildings with some holding babies in their arms, witnesses said.

Pictures at the scenes of worst damage showed buildings with large cracks and fallen masonry, including one apartment with most of a bedroom wall missing.

The Interior Ministry has also asked people to avoid driving in the affected areas to allow emergency services to operate freely. Power was down in several neighbourhoods.

Three hours after the main tremor, a strong aftershock rocked the city, which is known for its colourful mix of architecture from its Ottoman, Fascist and Soviet past.

The US Geological Survey warned an earthquake of that size had the potential to cause widespread damage and casualties.

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Turkey's ambassador to Albania said a group of some 20 Turkish nationals were rescued from a hotel that was damaged in the earthquake. They were rescued with slight injuries and are being evacuated to Tirana, he said.

Prime Minister Edi Rama said this morning that all government agencies are 'intensively working to save lives at the fatal spots in Durres and Thumane.'

'It is a dramatic moment where we should preserve calmness, stay alongside each other to cope with this shock,' Rama wrote on his Facebook page.

President Meta also called on the Cabinet to ask for international assistance and called for solidarity with the affected population.

The quake was felt across the Balkans, from Sarajevo to Bosnia and even in the Serbian city of Novi Sad more than 400 miles away, according to reports.

Many reports of shaking came from the Macedonian capital Skopje. One local, Eva Ellereit, tweeted: 'Nothing like waking up to your entire bedroom shaking in the middle of the night #earthquake.'

Several smaller tremors were recorded in the hour before the main quake, which was also felt across the Balkans and in the southern Italian region of Puglia.

In September a 5.6-magnitude quake in almost the same spot injured at least 70 people and damaged around 500 buildings. A 6.4-magnitude earthquake would be around 16 times stronger than that, experts said.

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Update

 

There is a lot of scary quakes happening in the Adriatic Sea as we speak right now. If they continue it could lead to a tsunami that might affect a lot of countries;;

 

https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/

 

 

Albania had a 3.5 Mag quake in the last 30 mins.

 

I still stand my hunch. There is going to be major blackouts.

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One of the weirder aspects of earthquakes is that animals can sense when an earthquake is due. they will move away from a region affected by the quake before it happens. Due to the sensitivity of an animals sense they are quite sensitive to fluctuations in the earths magnetic field;

 

https://www.usgs.gov/faqs/can-animals-predict-earthquakes?qt-news_science_products=0#qt-news_science_products

 

 

Which brings me to this; 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/nov/26/sowing-the-seeds-of-love-amorous-pig-pursues-greek-reporter-on-live-tv

 

 

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Birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do it … and in the incongruous setting of a stormy Greece it now seems even escaped pigs fall in love. In what is likely to go down in TV history, a live interview was brought to a dramatic halt on Tuesday when a large, mottled sow decided to display her affection for a male reporter on air.

“Good morning, we have an issue,” squealed Lazos Mantikos, as he appeared with mic in hand to deliver his report on the devastating effects of Monday’s torrential rains in the resort town of Kineta. “Giorgos can you hear me, we have a pig here that has been chasing us since this morning … folks sorry I can’t stand [still] because it’s biting me.” 

Within hours, news portals were attributing the extraordinary scenes to the “aggressive flirtation” attempts of the swine.

The incident, captured on ANT1 TV’s Good Morning Greece show, began after Giorgos Papadakis, its veteran anchor, bracing for the serious business of reporting on mudslides and flooded homes, announced: “Now let’s go to Kineta where [people] are counting their wounds. Lazos Mantikos is there.”

Within seconds it became clear that it was Mantikos who was “counting his wounds”. Despite his best efforts, the welly-clad reporter could not escape the attentions of the animal which repeatedly nipped at his legs before finally lunging with a (love) bite that appeared to knock him out of the camera frame.

A consummate professional, Papadakis attempted to cover for the reporter by making light of the matter, despite finding it hard to conceal his amusement.

“Lazos, because it’s a tragic issue and we are counting our wounds in Kineta try and work things out with the female pig,” he counselled before apologising to the audience for the laughter in the studio.

The amorous sow had, he said, clearly wanted to make an impression. “This is about [wanting] that one moment of fame … I have seen male and female pigs who look for a moment of fame.”

 

 

 

This is the stupidity of modern media right here. Those arrogant TV presenters were laughing at their own doom and misfortune.

 

The pig wasnt being "amorous". The pig was trying to warn the man that something was wrong with the area.The pig was tying to get him to leave. The pig would have been picking up in the abrupt changes in the earths magnetic field in that part of Greece. It is quite shocking that no one in the media has picked up on this.

 

Also there is a second part to this.  In the occult the pig is a certain zootype that represents a certain occult entity that predates modern civilisation. Also if you go back to the early posts i picked up on the point of the synchronicity of the number three. (Three cities, Three quakes, Three days, variation of 3 degrees in coordinates 3x3x3).  There is a connection there i will not elaborate on yet.

 

 

(Edit); Just breaking: 6.0 magnitude quake hit Crete in Greece

 

 

Date & time: Wednesday, 27 November 2019 07:23 UTC
Magnitude: 6.0
Depth: 54.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 35.7°N / 23.19°E 

 

 

(Again notice the number three; A three day gap between the Albanian quake & the 6.0 quake in Crete.)

 

https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/earthquakes/2019/11/27/07h23/magnitude6-Greece-quake.html

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7730363/Greek-island-Crete-hit-6-0-magnitude-earthquake.html

 

 

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A powerful undersea earthquake has rattled Greece's holiday island of Crete and was felt in the southern mainland today.

The 6.0-magnitude tremor this morning left the 'whole island shaking' and houses trembling 'dramatically', witnesses said.

Experts said there were 10million people living in areas where the quake was felt, but there were no initial reports of damage.

'It was a major earthquake, the whole island shook but fortunately so far no damage has been reported,' Crete regional governor Stavros Arnaoutakis told state TV.

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Witnesses described how the ground shook and balconies creaked as the earthquake rattled Crete for 'a long few seconds'.

Motorists said their cars had shaken from side to side while other witnesses said they experienced two short bursts of trembling.

One witness in Efthymi in Crete said: 'It went on for a long time. I was outside and I could hear the rails on the balconies creaking.'

Another said: 'Strongest I have ever felt. House shook dramatically, scary ... felt that it wouldn't stop. A very long few seconds!'.

'It was very strong, we were swaying backwards and forwards for quite some time,' said George Kominos, the vice-mayor of Kythera, another island.

'We don't have any reports of damage or injuries,' he said. Schools and public buildings had been shut so they could be checked for any damage, he said. Civil protection said there was no cause for concern.

Numerous people said they had felt tremors in Athens, more than 150 miles from the epicentre of the quake.

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Another local resident said they had been forced to evacuate their university because of the quake.

An Athens observatory said the earthquake had struck at 9.23am at a depth of 44 miles.

Efthimis Lekkas of Greece's earthquake protection body said an earthquake at such a depth was unlikely to cause many aftershocks.

It comes a day after a powerful 6.4-magnitude quake in Albania killed more than 20 people, leaving others trapped and buildings in ruins.

Seismologist Stephen Hicks said the Crete earthquake was too far away to be a direct aftershock, saying a connection was 'possible but unlikely'.

'Southern and south-eastern Europe is really lighting up at the moment with earthquakes,' he said.

The Albanian quake was also felt across the region, including in North Macedonia, and 5.4-strength tremor also hit Bosnia a few hours later.

 

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Albania Again.5.5 Magnitude.

 

https://www.euronews.com/2019/11/26/you-feel-powerless-albanians-react-as-strongest-quake-in-decades-rocks-the-country

 

  • 2019-27-11 14:45:24 (UTC)  (16:45CET)
  • 41.538°N 19.466°E M 5.3
  • 19km WSW of Mamurras, Albania

 

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Albania was rocked by a 5.5-magnitude tremor on Wednesday, a day after its strongest earthquake in decades killed at least 26 people and injured over 650 more.

The latest quake struck at 16:45 CET, 19km southwest of Mamurras — close to the coastal city of Durres that was worst-hit by Tuesday's devastation — according to preliminary data from the USGS.

It came after Prime Minister Edi Rama said authorities were working to match spare hotel rooms to thousands of survivors left homeless.

"It is winter time, they can not stay under tents ... kids need to do their homework, people need to be warm and so on," he said during a visit to the coastal city of Durres, warning that it was "not something we can do like that," snapping his fingers.

As Albania marked a national day of mourning for Tuesday's magnitude-6.1 earthquake, recovery efforts were continuing in the rubble of collapsed buildings.

Some 4,000 rescue workers, including paramedics and military police, were involved in search and rescue. Many Albanians who lost their homes slept in hundreds of tents laid out in gyms, sports fields and stadiums.

 

 

Videos and photos posted to social media in the immediate aftermath showed residents in several communities looking through the devastation as others showed damaged videos and roads.

One video broadcast live from Fushë-Krujë, in Durres county, showed a child screaming as rescuers tried to pull him from the rubble of what appeared to be a collapsed building.

Speaking to Euronews from Tirana, developer Silver Turku said he had rushed outside his home after the quake and later saw a vehicle that had burst into flames.

 

"I was home and working as a freelancer and it was strong and lasted for about less than a minute," he said.

"After the earthquake, everybody in my in my neighbourhood got outside and we were making sure everyone was okay and needed help.

Turku said he had started filming his video around 10-15 minutes after the earthquake as emergency services fought to extinguish the fire.

"I don't know for sure why it was set on fire but people were saying that a spark in electricity might have happened after the alarm had set off," he added.

"It's a good thing that I was awake and went straight outside," he said. "But you feel powerless and hope for the best in these situations."

 

According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), the earthquake hit at 4 a.m. local time with the epicentre located 10km northwest of Shijak.

It also struck at a shallow depth of 10km.

"What makes an earthquake deadly are the buildings that fall on people," seismologist Paul Earle from USGS told Euronews Tonight, adding that an earthquake of this magnitude could cause significant damage in any area.

"This region seems especially hard-hit in those structures that are vulnerable to earthquake shaking" such as "non-ductile concrete-frame buildings and brick buildings" based on images coming from the country.

In Durres, local lawyer Domenika Gjeci initially said on Facebook the lighting had been cut in her home and she was listening to ambulance sirens passing by.

"Wish there is no damage to life," she wrote.

She later ventured out into the street and posted footage that she said showed the rubble of what was previously a three-storey market just 400m from her home.

 

"The earthquake has not stopped in Durres. God help people and those who are working in damaged buildings," she wrote about feeling further tremors, before adding: "Another one just fell."

Meanwhile, the EU said it was "ready to offer assistance" in the wake of the incident, and offered condolences to the victims.

"In the wake of the devastating earthquake that hit Albania early this morning, causing a loss of several lives and injuring many more, we express our deep condolences to the people and the authorities of the country," a joint statement from the European Commission's Vice-President Federica Mogherini and Commissioner Christos Stylianides said.

It added: "We remain in touch with Albania's government to identify best ways we can help at this difficult moment." 

European Parliament President David Sassoli also tweeted his sympathies to the victims.

He said: "Deeply saddened to hear the news from the devastating earthquake in Albania.

"All of Europe stands in solidarity with the country and its people. Our thoughts go to the victims and their loved ones."

 

 

 

 

 
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On 11/28/2019 at 6:58 AM, Tetragrammaton said:

Edinburgh Update.

 

Major power blackout in EH7 area of Edinburgh (North Edinburgh). Power out & wifi signal down. Probable HAARP/EMP  side effect.

 

https://old.reddit.com/r/Edinburgh/comments/e2i8ql/anybody_elses_power_out_eh7/

 

Without repeating myself; Stay Away From Edinburgh.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/nov/30/clutha-helicopter-crash-victims-spouses-call-for-fresh-inquiry

do you think is really bizarre 

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Several years ago on the old forum I shared my observations on the cloud seeding/trailing model, I said that if particulates could be laid out and then charged they would be able to be brought together into a tighlty packed area, this is what both the cloud seeding and elcetromagnetic charging can achieve today, even if wind direction was les favourable, by steering the man made clouds towards the available moisture laden and natural clouds, when the two elements combine is when the heavens can be opened.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/onthisday/hi/dates/stories/august/16/newsid_2960000/2960180.stm

 

In the 50's deluge, they used aircraft to seed the clouds but as far as i know they never had HAARP, Total of 22 dead.

 

 

Also the floods in 2004 in Cornwall at Boscastle in exactly the same manner, flash floods in a very short time, what was the RAF doing on that day?

 

 

 

Worldwide flash floods

 

 

Is HAARP involved in every one?

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what do you make of this tetra?

Questions for authorities after 'sonic boom' shakes Londoners awake

By Aaron Langmaid

1 December 2019 • 5:25am
 

A loud explosion - believed to be a sonic boom - has woken Londoners early Sunday with many baffled by the sound that was powerful enough to shake homes and rattle windows. 

Responding to concerns on social media just after the loud bang at 4:20am, Metropolitan police urged calm.

"The loud bang heard throughout north London and surrounding areas was the result of a sonic boom from RAF planes," it said. "There is no cause for concern."

But with the loud bang heard from South London to Cambridge - not everybody was convinced. 

"The sound was heard throughout London and Hertfordshire," said one critic on Twitter. "Doubt a fighter jet could’ve caused that."

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/12/01/questions-authorities-sonic-boom-shakes-londoners-aw

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1 minute ago, muir said:

what do you make of this tetra?

Questions for authorities after 'sonic boom' shakes Londoners awake

By Aaron Langmaid

1 December 2019 • 5:25am
 

A loud explosion - believed to be a sonic boom - has woken Londoners early Sunday with many baffled by the sound that was powerful enough to shake homes and rattle windows. 

Responding to concerns on social media just after the loud bang at 4:20am, Metropolitan police urged calm.

"The loud bang heard throughout north London and surrounding areas was the result of a sonic boom from RAF planes," it said. "There is no cause for concern."

But with the loud bang heard from South London to Cambridge - not everybody was convinced. 

"The sound was heard throughout London and Hertfordshire," said one critic on Twitter. "Doubt a fighter jet could’ve caused that."

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/12/01/questions-authorities-sonic-boom-shakes-londoners-aw

 

 

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This was nowhere on the British news;  City of Paris suffers a blackout. Eiffel tower goes dark. 

 

https://outline.com/CEZ5Ct

 

 

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Paris was plunged into darkness tonight after a massive power outage amid reports of an explosion at an electricity substation on the outskirts of the French capital.

The city of light’s iconic Eiffel Tower was shrouded into darkness along with skyscrapers in the La Défense business district and the wider region known as Île-de-France.

 

It was caused by an explosion at an electricity substation transformer at Cergy-Pontoise on the north eastern outskirts of Paris.

Power has since been restored in large areas of the city.
Footage shows an intense blue light after the blast which could suggest a massive short-circuit at the 225,000 volt unit.
RTE power company tonight said: "A technical incident on the substation TEN Cergy-Pontoise at 9.50 pm which resulted in a power cut to Paris.

"We have mobilised our teams to restore power as quickly as possible." 

It comes almost a year to the day when a power cut hit Paris.

That cause of that incident remains a mystery.

 

 

 

There are going to be more of these blackouts over the next couple of weeks. As we speak the 26 EU nations will be getting their black ops units to set up a viability study for the sabotage & removal of the Craigkelly Transmission Station & the companion GWEN Tower in Eastern Scotland. With Albania being quaked back to the 19th Century in infrastructure terms, the last two weeks have helped to concentrate minds in very shadowy places around Europe.

 

I would ask everyone on here to be prepared for a blackout over the next couple of weeks. Build up a pantry and have candles & a working torch.

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On 11/8/2019 at 9:37 AM, HAARPING_On said:

Of course, no doubt they'll be wheeling Greta out shortly! :classic_biggrin:

Saw Gretas book of the year stacked high in Waterstones yesterday 

god knows how much high grade paper has been wasted in that endeavour 

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Power blackout in Falkirk. 8000 homes affected.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-tayside-central-50624237

 

 

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Thousands of homes in the Falkirk area have spent the night without heat in freezing temperatures after a major gas network failure.

Heaters and portable cookers have been distributed to vulnerable residents and 14 schools and nurseries are closed.

Gas infrastructure company SGN said it was likely to be "several more days" before all gas supplies were restored.

Engineers have been drafted in from around the country to fix the issue affecting 8,000 customers.

They are visiting every home to turn off gas supplies at the meter. By the end of Sunday night, they had been to 3,000 homes.

 

In its latest online update, SGN said: "We've restarted visiting homes this morning and we'll be calling at as many more affected properties as possible to turn off the gas supply at the meter today."

With overnight temperatures dipping below zero, people living in the area are being urged to check on vulnerable neighbours.

Meanwhile, residents have also been warned to be "mindful" of their electricity use, following a number of power outages in the area overnight.

On Twitter, police said: "Scottish Power is asking people in the Falkirk area is to be mindful of their electricity use over the coming days as there's increased demand on the electricity network with people using heaters while they're without gas.

 

A problem with a "governor" station which regulates gas pressure in the local network developed at about 04:30 Sunday.

Thousands of people woke up to discover they had no heating or hot water as their boilers shut down.

SGN said homes in Bainsford, Carron, Carronshore, Larbert, Langlees, New Carron Village, Skinflats and Stenhousemuir were affected.

 

Spokesman Denis Kerby said the fault was swiftly located but it would take an enormous effort to fix it and restore supplies safely.

He said: "We will have to get round and isolate the supplies to all these properties before we can make any attempt to get the gas supplies back on.

"We are currently repairing the problem - we will get that done in the next day. Then we have to get engineers to visit all the homes to isolate them.

"It's a massive response required. We are looking to see if we can bring in engineers from other parts of the country and others parts of the UK as well."

 

Falkirk council said 14 schools and nurseries would not open Monday, with a decision on whether they remain shut on Tuesday to be taken later.

The authority made the Camelon Community Centre available to SGN, which was handing out portable heating and cooking equipment to elderly, sick or disabled customers and those with young children.

A mobile catering unit was also distributing hot food.

Mr Kerby added: "Our priority is vulnerable customers. We are liaising with the local authority and our partners in the community to make sure we can visit all the people who may need that extra bit of help

"We would also appeal to people to be really good neighbours - and please check on any elderly neighbours or anyone in the vicinity who may need some extra help."

 

 

 

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1: Notice that the BBC Scotland staffer never had the presence of mind to ask what caused the power outage. Also that the power company gave no reason either.

 

2: Falkirk is on the path of the energy leyline that comes from Edinburgh Castle and reaches through to UFO Bonnybridge. the HAARP frequency would have been carried along that leyline unfortunately. There will be occult repercussions because of this, that will not be predictable.

 

Again without repeating myself,build a pantry for the next few weeks. Have a set of long-use candles and have a working torch at hand.

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On 12/2/2019 at 8:10 AM, Tetragrammaton said:

Observations

 

1: Notice that the BBC Scotland staffer never had the presence of mind to ask what caused the power outage. Also that the power company gave no reason either.

 

 

That is a failing found in much of the media nowadays, no-one seems to ask the question of "why" or "how".

 

I can't find the link right now but there was a story in local news of a man who was 'set alight' at Birmingham New Street train station at the weekend causing panic and the station to be closed down, after apparently coming into contact with overhead power lines. It was never revealed in any of the articles, or press releases from the police or fire service, how exactly someone on the station platform could come 'in contact with overhead power lines'. Very strange, but also quite sad.

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