January 24, 2009

Web-like substances on plants and insects

This week we caught up with Lesa Jones, known as coloradolesarae on her flickr account. She had taken those amazing photos of the web-like substance strangling plants and insects we had on our last post. More than a year ago, Lesa says a friend told her to look up, she broke through the veil, she got a microscope, the rest as they say is history. She’s also researching further on the composition and characteristics of Morgellons fibers. We know that Linda Moulton Howe was also on Coast recently describing similar research. The red and blue fibers can withstand some intense heat up to 1000 degrees and remain intact. Blackened maybe but the molecular structure is said to be intact.

Smart Dust? We wanted to also point out that these Morgellons fibers may actually be nano-technology sprayed by aerosol planes to conduct a darker program on human beings. According to the white paper study - Hit ‘Em Where It Hurts, Strategic Attack in 2025, they’re spraying swarms of microsensors that will embed into the flesh of hard targets and float around in soft target environments receiving and transmitting information.

Text : Ground-based platforms in 2025 rely heavily on micromechanics and nanotechnology to shrink platforms to microscopic sizes. These platforms could be inserted via human agents, through water or food supplies, or through aerial seeding operations using UAVs. Microsensors thinner than human hairs could transmit data to the Delphi database via UAV or satellite relay.

One meterologist actually tells viewers what he was told about how spraying powdered metals and chaff messes up his forecasts. The area in Florida he references on the map, is near a military aerial training region. So, are they spraying rural test areas with microsensors and its turning up Morgellons?

UAV’s are important to this program, they interact with aerosol jets spraying the fibers (microsensors) bring in HAARP and then I guess there’s no where to hide. Wait, what about a mountainous region in Afghanistan?

We’ve also watched Army/Air Force commercials designed to recruit UAV pilots, who sit behind monitors with joysticks. Seriously, a story came out last month stating how UAV pilots were falling asleep at the monitors from being overworked. Heavily armed predator drones are flying around with soldiers asleep at the controls.

Source: Newyorkskywatch.com

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