Source – gizadeathstar.com
- “…You’ll also note that other than using the power grid itself as an ignition system, or electromagnetic interferometry or particle beams or other exotic ignition systems, almost everything else is discussed in depth, including proper weather conditions (which, again, highlights the flexibility given by weather manipulation technologies). But most importantly, the basic point is there for all to see: weather, and forest fires themselves, can be weaponized and according to the study, should be”
WEAPONIZED FOREST FIRES
Every now and then someone – JP in this case, and with our thanks – sends me something that is not an article about what’s going on, but rather a paper or research project about what some people are up to, that explains a great many things.
(Also Read: The US Air Force’s ‘rods from god’ could hit with the force of a nuclear weapon — with no fallout @ https://www.businessinsider.com/air-force-rods-from-god-kinetic-weapon-hit-with-nuclear-weapon-force-2017-9)
In such cases I have to pass them along for your own interest and archives, particularly if you’re the sort that often gets into discussions with people who do not think such things are possible, or that anyone “would ever purposefully do that.” Today’s paper that JP spotted is from 1970, and it’s one of those “see I told you so moments.” I had intended to blog about this last week but one thing led to another and lo and behold, I forgot. I’m still an “analogue” creature, so in addition to my digital schedule, I still keep all the really important stuff in my date book, where I was reminded to blog about it, so here we are.
Just for a memory refresher, I’ve been arguing that “they” have weaponized forest fires for a long time. If you’ve been following this website for a while, you’ll recall all my blogs about the strange fires in California a few years ago, and my suspicion that many of them were being deliberately set, and by a variety of means. Just search for “California fires” on this website and you fill find a raft of articles and my own and others’ speculations dealing with the subject.
In fact, the internet was abuzz with stories and videos from local residents who had lost their homes or were about to do so, recording some very strange things, the most prevalent of which were homes literally burnt to the ground, with melted twisted metal because of the extreme heat, and yet, within a few feet of this, a shrub or tree, with its greenery still intact, growing peacefully, as if nothing at all had ever happened.
Others took similar pictures of bridges and guardrails along roads, melted and twisted beyond belief, and yet again, nearby all this evidence of “extreme heat,” bushes and shrubs growing as if nothing at all had happened. Still others took pictures of their homes’ electrical boxes, and discovered that in many cases fires had broken out there. And yet still others took pictures or videos of what can only be called “beams of light” projecting from the ground to the sky (or the sky to ground) in places where a fire would subsequently emerge.
While all this was going on, Mr. Bankster and his globaloney friends were rolling out “weather derivatives”, a pretty handy thing to have around when you have technology that can manipulate the weather, cause draughts, which in turn can amplify the effects of your weather manipulation, and your anility to start fires by various technological means from matches to electromagnetic interferometry to burn people out of their property. Among my many speculations about the fires, I even speculated that the power grid itself might be used as a broadcast mechanism to start fires in specific regions by starting fires in houses.
For all this, PG&E took the public fall because the narrative was put out that it had not kept its many power lines free of the floor clutter and dead foliage that can act as fire-generators with the merest spark. All that’s needed is the proper ignition device, and the right weather conditions…
… and all this – even to some extent the cover narrative itself – is spelled out in the following document shared by J.P.:
You’ll note the study was sponsored by the Advanced Research Projects Agency, as DARPA was then known before the “D” was added, allowing it to become what we refer to on this website, following a suggestion of J.B. many years ago, the Diabolically Apocalyptic Research Projects Agency. Creating firestorms seems to fit the apocalyptic bill rather neatly.
You’ll also note that other than using the power grid itself as an ignition system, or electromagnetic interferometry or particle beams or other exotic ignition systems, almost everything else is discussed in depth, including proper weather conditions (which, again, highlights the flexibility given by weather manipulation technologies).
But most importantly, the basic point is there for all to see: weather, and forest fires themselves, can be weaponized and according to the study, should be.
And you can safely bet that with the Diabolically Apocalyptic Research Projects Agency involved, that the research did not stop in 1970… think of hurricanes that suddenly make right-angle turns (Katrina), or tornados that do the same thing or that appear in clusters conveniently organized….
See you on the flip side…
Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.