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Freemason @WillingWitness (= 69, 88, 366) wants your comments (data!) on this, just in order to track and trace you… plus his banner says it all:
DEW weapons being deployed? Let the comments do the educating. What is this??? pic.twitter.com/DF07IIJ8yd
— Derek Broes (@WillingWitness) August 29, 2023
Exposé of the week
Climategate = 201
Of course, the full truth is much, much worse than the Controlled Opposition will ‘reveal’ to us. Compare it to the Freemason ‘whistleblower’ and gatekeeper Edward Snowden, who also collaborated with this Masonic website ‘The Guardian’ and their so-called ‘leaked’ emails.
It’s just that they want you and me to know all this stuff as a controlled opposition in the media. They want us to rebel.
The Guardian = 63, 216 (or 6x6x6)
Electroverse reported about this global warming scam recently:
‘Even The Guardian’s George Monbiot expressed total shock and dismay at the picture revealed by the hacked emails, as their authors are not just any old bunch of academics.’
Battle of the Graphs, Mann (at the top) vs Ball (at the bottom)
Dr. Tim Ball’s temperature graph for the past 1,000 years is much closer to reality:
Now do you really think these emails were leaked?
Of course not; it was by design.
For those who have a garden or just want to know…
2023–2024 Weather Forecast
Winter Wonderland = 69, 633
The ‘Old’ Farmer’s Almanac Releases Its Winter Outlook
‘If the Old Farmer’s Almanac is proven correct, this coming winter could be another historically cold and snowy one for western ski areas which last year saw all-time, record-setting snowfall posted by at least 19 resorts. In fact, the Almanac has delivered promising snow forecasts for the vast majority of U.S. slopes for the upcoming season, not just western ones.’
What nature tells us what the weather will be…
‘1. Thicker-than-normal onions or corn husks; 2. Woodpeckers sharing a tree; 3. The early arrival of the snowy owl; 4. The early departure of geese and ducks; 5. The early migration of the monarch butterfly; 6. Thick hair on the nape of a cow’s neck; 7. Heavy and numerous fogs during August; 8. Raccoons with thick tails and bright bands; 9. Mice chewing furiously to get into your home; 10. The early arrival of crickets on the hearth; 11. Spiders spinning larger-than-usual webs and entering the house in great numbers; 12. Pigs gathering sticks; 13. Ants marching in a line rather than meandering; 14. Early seclusion of bees within the hive; 15. Unusual abundance of acorns; 16. Muskrats burrowing holes high on the river bank; 17. “See how high the hornet’s nest, ‘twill tell how high the snow will rest.”; 18. The size of the orange band on the woolly bear (or woolly worm) caterpillar–if the woolly worm caterpillar’s orange band is narrow, the winter will be snowy; conversely, a wide orange band means a mild winter. While fuzzier-than-normal woolly worm caterpillars are said to mean that winter will be very cold; 19. Squirrels gathering nuts early to fortify against a hard winter; 20. Frequent halos or rings around the sun or moon forecasts numerous snowfalls.’
Some interesting comments:
August 30, 2023 North central Arkansas here. Geese have been going overhead headed south for over a week now.
August 30, 2023 I was a little bit uneasy about seeing a flock of Cormorant flying over a lake in Texas. Common in the fall and winter but August?
Struck me as out of place. Definitely turned my head.
August 30, 2023 In the Atlanta area, parallel 34, trees started to turn cover at the beginning of August. Now, instead of mowing the grass I have to collect the dead leaves.
August 30, 2023 All the people that decide to attempt first time gardening during the GSM will be facing unpredictable and challenging conditions. Texas heat this summer prevented pollination and in some cases, just plain killed some vegetable plants. Thank God for sweet potatoes. They are growing like weeds. A list of bullet proof plants is a good idea. Sweet potatoes & Okra are an almost guaranteed success in the south.
August 30, 2023 Here in Cleveland, Ohio I saw a couple of Canadian geese heading south for the winter and thought it odd that they were migrating so early. I figured that it must be getting cold early in Canada.
Fortunately, Electroverse isn’t controlled opposition, so it seems.