Pyrocumulus, the fire cloud that looks like a volcanic eruption and engulfed Ventura County yesterday, was officially recognised by the UN’s World Meteorological Organization on March 22nd this year. Cumulus flammagenitus “also known by the unofficial, common name, ‘pyrocumulus’” became part of the WMO’s New International Cloud Atlas.
An image I found on Twitter showed the Thomas Fire generating plumes that resembled a pyroclastric flow – as seen in volcanic eruptions and when the World Trade Center towers were turned into dust on 9/11.
Even though CA governor Jerry Brown calls December wildfires “very odd and unusual,” he added that they were “the new normal.”
Ryan Christian and I discuss social engineering and geopolitics, including Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Recorded December 7, 2017.
Are we too dependent on technology? Can we live without it? In my second interview with Afreekan Southwell, I discuss the current state of our technological dependence and where technology companies are leading us. This was broadcast to the Virgin Islands over People’s Station 1320AM November 25, 2017.
In this video I use NASA satellite data to show the eastern half of the US covered with “persistent contrails” (chemtrails) on November 11, 2017.
The Virgin Islands endured two Category 5 hurricanes in October. Afreekan Southwell on the Virgin Islands People’s Station, 1340AM interviewed me November 4th, 2017 to discuss how these and other extreme weather events could be formed – and why.
Edited for length, Kate Magdalena Willens and I discussed the spiritual aspect of this hot war against all life on earth. Originally broadcast on Backstory, September 18, 2017.
Massive upswelling of condensed water vapor was seen on a NASA Sport animation over Oklahoma the same day it got hit by multiple tornadoes, 10-21-17. In this video I explain how EMF pulses work in conjunction with aerosol spraying to condense water and manipulate the weather.
In this video I show the massive amount of electromagnetic activity around the world which directly affects the weather.