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Weather War Update - This Afternoon’s Assault
We were hit hard by a heavy chemical attack today in LA. This was looking like it would be comparable to last Saturday, July 19. A huge amount of aerosol material was bombed in from the southwest and the chemclouds were very thick. The chemtrail spraying was also relentless and some HAARP influence could be seen in the aerosols. This wave, according to the schedule on Weather.con was meant to begin last night. We have been able to postpone these attacks using orgonite, and this one didn’t reach us until about 1pm, more than 12 hours after it was supposed to. Since this involved a seemingly endless supply of aerosols, it could not be destroyed completely, but we did put a good dent in it.
Row 1 shows the first toxins seeping into our sky in early afternoon. Row 2 is a side by side of the worst of it and how it was thinned out a little as the afternoon wore on. Row 3 is right above my workplace where by late afternoon, much of the pollution had been cleared by the orgonite. I recharged the rooftop orgonite pieces today by washing them off and giving them my intention to have them clean the sky and save LA from sickness and California from drought and destruction.
But since there is no rest for the wicked, the remaining photos show the craziness that came with the next wave of geoengineering in the evening as the sun was setting. To the west was a massive chembomb, and over my house was the brightest and most colorful chembow I’ve ever seen. It was a real show stopper. Wow, the geoengineers sure are psychopathic! We’re currently covered in fake clouds tonight, not total chemcover, but a very ugly sky.
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