Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Chemtrails Over Ganges, British Columbia, Canada

Tuesday (June 22, 2010) Over Ganges
by Anon.

We are mostly now getting a full thin, glaring white veil of what I call ChemCover, like the first half of today, as opposed to the typical visible trails.

This is because NASA is now craftily using their new delivery system of rocket bursts over the Canadian Arctic.

That's why up until about noon on Tues or Wed we had nothing but the thin, glaring, silvery white death shroud filling the sky and then the trail method started happening in full force with each of the spray flights seeming to have Comox Air Base as their point of origin.

The same was true of today except that when the ChemCover drifted on by, we had beautiful natural clouds -- a very rare occurrence these days.

I have many spectacularly ugly Chembow or "Sundog" photos. One week last month, I snapped Chembows eight out of 12 days.

The attached photos are a combination of NASA's "smart dust" ChemCover and common Chemtrails.


Friday, June 25, 2010

Almost Full Moon (and Sunset)

Gulf Oil Coincidences

ARTICLE: BP chief Tony Hayward sold shares weeks before oil spill

Money Making Coincidences relating to Gulf Oil "Spill"

BP CEO Tony Hayward sells over $2M in shares just days before the "accident".


With BP shares dropping 36% since the "spill", Goldman Sachs managed to avoid huge losses. See Also coincidence number 5 below.

Haliburton, who benefited hugely from 9/11 and the subsequent invasion of Iraq, purchased Boots and Coots, a company specializing in oil and gas well blowouts and fires, on April 12th 2010 just eight days before the accident. And is it also a coincidence that although BP owns the well, and Transocean Ltd. owns the drilling rig, but Halliburton was the subcontractor in charge of sealing the bottom of the well.

Obama and BP executives are also members of the once highly secretive Bilderberg Group...

So, to summarize we have "insiders" selling huge quantities of BP shares just prior to April 20th and we have other "insiders" buying up companies that are involved in the very lucrative clean up. Coincidence??

Source: Money Making Coincidences relating to Gulf Oil "Spill"

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For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
1 Timothy 6:10

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The Beach at Sunset Today



The moon looking lovely as well

Looking West

The setting sun...

Walking home... g'nite...

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Sunset Today on OIL FREE Panama City Beach

See the County Pier in the background due to open July 4, 2010


Still No Oil at my Beach

Gulf Lagoon Beach in Panama City, Florida still looking good!

Here's the sunset from yesterday...

A little seaweed but no oil

Oil Update From New Orleans


Gulf rig owner criticizes Obama's drilling halt
By MICHAEL KUNZELMAN (AP) – 2 hours ago

NEW ORLEANS — The owner of the drilling rig involved in the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico criticized the U.S. government's six-month ban on deepwater drilling in the area Tuesday.

On the sidelines of an oil conference in London, Transocean Ltd. president Steven Newman said there were things President Barack Obama's administration "could implement today that would allow the industry to go back to work tomorrow without an arbitrary six-month time limit."

Transocean owns the Deepwater Horizon rig, which was run by British oil company BP PLC. An April 20 explosion on the rig killed 11 workers and set off the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history.

The criticism came a day after a federal judge in New Orleans began to mull lifting the moratorium, which the Obama administration imposed after the disaster began, and the administrator of a $20 billion fund to compensate oil spill victims pledged to speed payment of claims.

Judge Martin Feldman said he will decide by Wednesday whether to overturn the ban.

During Monday's two-hour hearing, plaintiffs' attorney Carl Rosenblum said the six-month suspension of drilling work could prove more economically devastating than the spill itself.

"This is an unprecedented industrywide shutdown. Never before has the government done this," Rosenblum said.

Government lawyers said the Interior Department has demonstrated that industry regulators need more time to study the risks of deepwater drilling and identify ways to make it safer.

"The safeguards and regulations in place on April 20 did not create a sufficient margin of safety," said Justice Department attorney Guillermo Montero.

Meanwhile, Kenneth Feinberg, who has been tapped by the White House to run the fund set up to help people harmed by the spill, said many people are in desperate financial straits and need immediate relief.

"We want to get these claims out quicker," he said. "We want to get these claims out with more transparency."

Feinberg, who ran the claim fund set up for victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, said BP has paid out over $100 million so far. Various estimates place total claims so far in excess of $600 million.

BP said it has spent $2 billion fighting the spill for the last two months and compensating victims, with no end in sight. It's likely to be at least August before crews finish two relief wells that are the best chance of stopping the flow of oil.

The British oil giant released its latest tally of response costs, including $105 million paid out so far to 32,000 claimants. That figure does not include the $20 billion fund BP PLC last week agreed to set up for residents and businesses hurt by the spill.

Also Monday, the government sent BP a $51.4 million bill for the response effort. BP has already paid two other bills totaling $70.9 million.

Shares of BP, which have lost about half their value since the April 20 oil rig disaster that killed 11 workers, fell nearly 3 percent Monday in New York trading to $30.86.

BP chief executive Tony Hayward canceled a scheduled Tuesday appearance at the London oil conference, citing his commitment to the Gulf relief effort. The last-minute pullout followed stinging criticism of Hayward's attendance at a yacht race on the Isle of Wight off the coast of southern England on Saturday.

Obama's administration has also been struggling to show it is responding forcefully to the spill, which has gushed anywhere from 68 million to 126 millions gallons of oil into the Gulf.

As part of that effort, the Interior Department halted the approval of any new permits for deepwater drilling and suspended drilling at 33 existing exploratory wells in the Gulf.

But a lawsuit filed by Hornbeck Offshore Services of Covington, La., claims the government arbitrarily imposed the moratorium without any proof that the operations posed a threat. Hornbeck says the moratorium could cost Louisiana thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in lost wages.

During Monday's hearing, Feldman asked a government lawyer why the Interior Department decided to suspend deepwater drilling after the rig explosion when it didn't bar oil tankers from Alaskan waters after the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989 or take similar actions in the wake of other industrial accidents.

"The Deepwater Horizon blowout was a game-changer," Montero said. "It really illustrates the risks that are inherent in deepwater drilling."

Feldman asked Rosenblum if it's true that a recent Securities and Exchange Commission filing by Hornbeck suggests "basically things are pretty good" for the company and it can survive the moratorium. Rosenblum said the full impact of the shutdown cannot be calculated.

"Thousands of businesses will be affected," he said. "These dominoes are falling as we speak."

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's office filed a brief supporting the plaintiffs' suit. A lawyer for the state told Feldman that the federal government did not consult Louisiana officials before imposing the moratorium, in violation of federal law.

Catherine Wannamaker, a lawyer for several environmental groups that support the moratorium, said six months is a reasonable time for drilling to be suspended while the government studies the risks and regulations governing the industry.

"The risks here are new," she said.

Government lawyers said the plaintiffs haven't seen much of the data that served as the basis for the Interior Department's decision to suspend drilling operations.

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar "wants to be sure deepwater drilling is as safe as we all thought it was on the day before the incident on April 20," said government lawyer Brian Collins.

U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston listened to Monday's hearing over the telephone. Atlas is presiding over a similar case against the Interior Department filed by Diamond Offshore Co., which operates a fleet of drilling rigs.

Along the coast Monday, some cleanup workers reported progress.

On Barataria Bay off the coast of Louisiana, thick globs of oil that washed onto marshy islands a week ago had disappeared, leaving a mass of stained bushes and partly yellowed grasses.

Blackened lengths of boom surrounded the islands, which were still teeming with brown pelicans, gulls and other seabirds, some with visible signs of oil on their plumage. Nearby, shrimp boats that have been transformed into skimmers hauled absorbent booms across the water's surface, collecting some of the remaining oil.

Crews aboard Navy and Coast Guard boats teamed with local fishermen using booms to funnel oil into a vessel and haul it away.

This is the area's new economy — dependent as ever on the sprawling bay, but now those who made their living harvesting its bounty are focused on its healing.

"It looks 10 times better than it did a week ago," said Carey O'Neil, 42, a commercial fisherman idled by the spill who now provides tours of the damaged areas for media and government observers in his 23-foot boat anchored in Grand Isle. "But what impact will this have for the future — two, three, four, even 10 years? That's what worries me."

The number of oil-soaked birds in the area is down significantly, from 60 or 70 a day at the triage center on Grand Isle to more like seven or eight, said Steve Martarano, a spokesman for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

"We've been sending 55 boats a day out pretty much since day one, when the oil hit this area, and so we feel like we've really made inroads," he said.

Associated Press writers John Flesher and Ramit Plushnick-Masti in Barataria, La., and Robert Barr and Jane Wardell in London contributed to this report.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Gulf Oil Spill or Gulf Mud Volcano?

June 22, 2010 COMMENT
"That is why I sent you Alex Jones audio, there were idiots on there claiming it was a big earthquake and volcanic blow of oil, they all got it from Sarcha Faal, that witch of which nothing she ever says comes true, we have oil in orange beach, and gulf shores. definitely the hand of the illuminati. k"

Beach Watch

Read that oil was coming up on parts of Panama City Beach, so this morning went down to the water at Gulf Lagoon Beach and happy to report, thus far, no oil! A little seaweed but no tar balls.

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Saturday, June 19, 2010

The Oil is Here

Tar Balls Confirmed On The West End of Panama City Beach

Posted: 11:02 PM Jun 18, 2010

Bay County Emergency Mmanagement officials confirmed Friday night the first onslaught of tar balls from the Deepwater Horizon oil leak had made its way to the local beaches.
Reporter: Joe Moore
Email Address:

Bay County Emergency Mmanagement officials confirmed Friday night the first onslaught of tar balls from the Deepwater Horizon oil leak had made its way to the local beaches.

A concentration of the oil globs washed ashore after sunset in the Phillips Inlet area of western Bay County, according to Valerie Lovett, the county's public information officer.

Lovett says Hazmat crews tested the substance and confirmed it was from the oil rig which exploded and sank 60 days ago off the coast of Louisiana..

Some members of the BP contracted work crews have already moved in to start the clean up and hope to have the affected beach area cleaned up and oil free by sometime early tomorrow.

E-O-C workers remind residents and visitors not to touch the oily substance and leave it in place for the trained crews to remove it.

Friday, June 18, 2010

Still No Oil on Panama City Beach

Just walked down to the beach and it was clear.

Here's a report from yesterday.


Psalm 29:3
The voice of the LORD [is] upon the waters: the God of glory thundereth: the LORD [is] upon many waters.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

ANOTHER Weird Flash Flood

June 13, 2010 comment on the Gulf oil spill: "As long as BP/NOAA/Coast Guard keep burning, it'll provide the energy and condensation nuclei for record storms; yesterday, wiped out campground in Arkansas; a month ago, destroyed Nashville!"

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This time in France. Could this be from weather modification??


Floods near Riviera leave at least 19 dead

By LIONEL CIRONNEAU, Associated Press Writer
June 16, 2010

DRAGUIGNAN, France – At least 19 people were killed in flash floods that hit the back hills of the French Riviera on Wednesday and turned streets into rivers of surging, muddy water, officials said.

There was confusion about how many people were missing in the flooding that washed over picturesque towns and left them standing in meters (yards) of brown water, a press officer at the local Var region prefecture said. But probably at least 12 people were unaccounted for, the official said on condition of anonymity in keeping with her job's regulations.

Interior Minister Brice Hortefeux, visiting the region, said the death toll "unfortunately, may climb."

The floods swept away cars, trees and parts of houses in a downpour that devastated the picturesque region in the hills behind a portion of the Riviera, a magnet for tourists. Coastal towns where tourists flock, Frejus and Roquebrune, also were hit.

Eleven of the deaths were in Draguignan in the Riviera back hills scattered with olive groves and small vineyards.

Nearly 3,000 rescue workers poured into the region, joining 650 police, the prefecture said. Nearly a dozen helicopters worked overnight Tuesday to evacuate people trapped by floodwaters, which reached about 2 meters (6.5 feet) high in some areas.

It was the second time in less than four months that France has coped with major weather-related disasters. On Feb. 28, at least 52 people were killed when a storm named Xynthia swept through French coastal communities on the Atlantic with waves smashing dikes.

On Wednesday afternoon, about 1,200 people were in shelters, and tens of thousands were without electricity or phone service, the Var government said. More than 89,000 people remained without electricity Wednesday evening.

The Toulon-Hyeres airport, closed for several hours, was reopened, but the train line between Toulon and Nice was shut down, the prefecture said.

The flash flooding started Tuesday evening. Meteo France meteorological service forecast more but lighter rain Wednesday night in the popular tourist region.

"We've never seen so much rain in the month of June," said Patrick Galois of the national weather service. He said some 40 centimeters (16 inches) of rain had fallen in the hardest-hit area of Arcs, near Draguignan. "That corresponds with average rainfall in six months."

French television broadcast images of walls of muddy brown water slamming over stone walls and coursing through city streets. The flood left cars stacked on one another and ripped the siding off houses.

Residents worked Wednesday to clear mud and water from homes and businesses.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his "first thoughts go out to the victims," and underscored his "solidarity with the inhabitants of the Var region who have had to go through this very difficult natural disaster," according to a statement.


Associated Press Writer Laurent Lemel in Paris contributed to this report.

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Death toll 20 following flash flood at Arkansas campground

Dozens rescued as flash floods inundate Okla. City

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

The Gulf Oil Problem

The more one reads about this situation, the worse it sounds:

What's a person to do? Where I live, you see no signs of a problem.

This morning, while thinking about it all and praying, I also read Psalm 23 which brought me comfort. Everyone should memorize this:

[[A Psalm of David.]] The LORD [is] my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou [art] with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for ever.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Chemtrail Sunset Today

Tote Tank Washes Up on Panama City Beach Shore Today

JUNE 14, 2010 UPDATE
ANOTHER tote tank washes on shore, this time in Walton County. Here is the article followed by a VERY interesting comment:


Suspected BP tank washes ashore in Walton County

A similar one came ashore in Laguna Beach
June 14, 2010 11:13:00 AM
Florida Freedom Newspapers

MIRAMAR BEACH — A shiny metal storage tank suspected to be from the Deepwater Horizon washed ashore over the weekend, officials said Monday morning.

The tank is intact, and it does not appear any oil is leaking from it, according to a Walton County news release. The tank is similar to the one found on the beach Saturday near Panama City Beach.

A crew hired by BP will remove the tank off Miramar Beach, and it will be taken to New Orleans, where the investigation into the Deepwater Horizon explosion is under way, the release stated.

Fasten your seat-belts, BP continues to outright lie to the public:

-- toxic hydrocarbons are in the crude that is gushing. (The US Gov should be testing/monitoring the specific chemical composition. Air qualities of VOL's along the LA coastline report air quality unsafe levels by over 1,000% in some cases.)
-- the pressure of the oil volcano is 20,000-70,000 psi (They cannot contain it.)
-- they have been dumping about 4 million gallons of oil a day into the Gulf
-- BP now says by July they will collect 80,000 barrels/day. Each barrel is 42 gallons = 3,360,000 OIL PER DAY INTO THE GULF!

No, that tank placed in Walton and PBC did not come from the blowout...

Most disappointing is seeing how impotent our inept Gov. is from the top down knowing their true allegiance is with this foreign corporation.

We need skimmers, testing, ban the use of Corexit and the burning of oil, determine an evacuation plan, and get a super tanker in there to collect the oil, ASAP!

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ALSO check out this message board: What they are not tell you.

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This story is a too weird and I question what they are telling us. Please read comments at end the last of which identified this container as a Tote Tank.

A tote tank holds 550 gallons.




Posted: 8:03 PM Jun 12, 2010

Mystery Tank From Exploded Oil Rig Washes Ashore On Local Beaches
A large metal container or storage tank, capable of holding several thousand gallons, washed ashore in the Laguna Beach area of Bay County, Florida Saturday morning. Residents say first crews to the area said they believed the tank, with BP logos, came from the Deep Water Horizon Oil Rig that exploded, burned and sank off the coast of Louisiana 55 days ago.
Reporter: Joe Moore

Tank From Exploded Oil Rig Washes Up At Panama City Beach

A metal container or storage tank, capable of holding several thousand gallons, washed ashore in the Laguna Beach area of Bay County, Florida Saturday morning. Residents say first crews to the area said they believed the tank came from the Deep Water Horizon Oil Rig that exploded, burned and sank off the coast of Louisiana 55 days ago.

Residents at that section of the beach say the tank first appeared last night and washed up to the shoreline over night. But no one reported it to authorities until mid morning today.

Eye witnesses tell newschannel seven the tank had BP identifying logos on it but those were promptly removed when crews arrived late this morning.

Its not known what is inside the tank but the Coast Guard, Bay County Hazmat Teams and The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission sealed off the area for a thousand feet after fumes from the tank were so noxious people began feeling ill.

Bay County EMS Ambulance units were sent to the scene to stand by but they apparently we not needed.

Even though Bay County Hazmat teams did some on the spot testing to see what was involved but the liquid substance couldn't be identified.

After spending most of the day on the problem crews ended up loading the container onto a large truck with to truck it to the local Coast Guard Station when it will then go to Louisiana for testing to see if it petroleum or a dangerous chemical.

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Storage tank from Deepwater Horizon washes ashore on PCB
June 12, 2010 03:03:00 PM
PANAMA CITY BEACH — Bay County's first tangible landfall from the Deepwater Horizon accident is not tar balls or oil plumes. Instead, it was an oil storage tank suspected to have been onboard the Deepwater Horizon oil rig that exploded and sank off the coast of Louisiana in April.

According to U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Steve Caskey, a tank weighing 5,000 pounds with a 550-gallon capacity washed ashore near 14th Street and Front Beach Road in Laguna Beach.

“It was leaking when it washed up on the beach,” Caskey said. “There is some oil in it. There was sheen created from the tank leaking.”

Caskey said there were BP markings on the tank and other evidence that it came from the Deepwater Horizon rig.

The Coast Guard pulled it from the surf and has taken the tank to the Coast Guard station at Naval Support Activity Panama City.

Crews Saturday afternoon were driving posts into the shoreline and stringing absorbent boom for about 100 yards along the shore.

Caskey said that part of the beach and shoreline is closed “until the threat is mitigated.”

Hazmat trucks were on the scene cleaning up and making sure residents and visitors are safe.

The Coast Guard also was driving up and down the beach looking for anything else that might have washed up.

This is a developing story. Check back with The News Herald for more details.

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UPDATE: BP Marine Storage Tank Washes Up on Panama City Beach
Unified Command officials believe a big oil tank from the Deepwater Horizon Oil rig explosion washed onshore Saturday morning on the west end of Panama City Beach. The tank has BP markings on the side of it.
Reporter: Josh Gauntt
Email Address:

A shiny, metal marine storage tank washed ashore Saturday morning on the west end of Panama City Beach. Officials do believe it's from the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion.

"The oil tank was turned over in the surf break .It was leaking oil at the time," Petty Officer Aaron Frost, of the U.S. Coast Guard said.

We're told the 5,000 pound tank can hold up to 550 gallons. A yellow oily substance is inside. On the side of the tank a green and white placard reads BP "Horiz". Which officials say is short for Horizon.

Wayne Dumphy says he actually saw the tank floating in the ocean last night.

"Last night about 11 or 12 o'clock, I was just looking around in the ocean. You could see something shiny in the water about 300 yards away," Dumphy said.

As the tank sat on the beach, people walking near the area began smelling a very strong odor.

"You can definitely smell it. I can see why it could be bad for some people," Bill Little, a visitor said.

A few swimmers complained of having an oily sheen on their bodies. Coast Guard officials then shut off parts of the beach. While containment crews brought in boom.

Then the tank was loaded onto this trailer. It was pretty heavy causing a tractor to go up on one side. This family says after seeing what was happening, they decided to leave.

"It sucks because we've been out in the sun since this morning and now we have to leave," Whitt Wilder, a visitor said.

We're told the tank is being shipped to a big warehouse in Louisiana for an investigation which could take days to figure out what’s exactly inside.

Parts of the beach shut down are now back open to the public.

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1. How incredibly odd that the currents can carry a 5000 pound piece of the rig to our shores before the oil.

2. Looks more like a holding fuel tank from a BP refueling station. Possibly a portable refueling tank that a service boat used to transport fuel to a customer or job site?

3. You would think they would know they "lost" it. Easy enough to ID if the article is correct.

4. Now that I look it? That looks more like a supplemental fuel tank that a long range boat would strap on so it did not have to stop along the way for refueling. That is my final answer and I am sticking with it.

5. It is like any tool that goes missing from a jobsite. Every try to find out who used the hydraulic jack last and where that jack is now?

6. Which BP fuel provider is missing a 550-gallon capacity tank? I thought all fuel storage tanks had serial numbers and regular State inspections? Somewhere there is a leaser or owner who let an expensive steel tank slide off of a service boat or dock?

7. I tend to agree with you here...and with Readers above. Wow! That's a first for both...;-) I don't care if the whole dadgum rig washes up on PCB as long as the oil heads elsewhere.

8. The news is reporting it’s a refrigerator with an odor. I would hate to believe the rumors that people/boats are taking advantage of the disaster and are dumping things into the Gulf they would have never done before the spill.

9. Why would ANYONE allow ANYONE to remove labels and logos from this container. This is in the News channel 7 web story???

10. I'm thinking the same thing... Although I guess it had enough oil and/or trapped air to float...

Also, I submitted this to - so hello to any Redditors that stop in and read the comments... Here's a link to the submission:
11. How did it get all the way to shore before being seen? I thought there were lots of boats out there looking for oil, seems like it should have been seen earlier to me.

12. A container about the size of a refrigerator does not contain up to 550 gallons of oil. Think about a 55 gallon oil drum, 10 of those stacked up is much larger than a refrigerator.

13. 55us gallons is about 74 cubic feet. so a container that is about 3.5 x 3.5 x 6 feet which is kinda the size of a fridge actually.

14. I used to transport bulk containers for a trucking company that were a little smaller and they held 300 gallons I would believe that one would hold 500 its probably clearly marked on the tank.

15. That is a tote tank. we use them for transporting everything from chemicals to oils and fuels. Could have come from anything. Supply boat, oil rig, ship etc.
Its common to find one floating out in the gulf. There use to be one on Shell island for about a year several years ago down past the house.

Orange Beach, Florida this morning - NO OIL

Friday, June 11, 2010

My 2 Cents on the Gulf Oil Spill

Can't help but wonder why the LORD brought me to the Gulf of Mexico at the same time as the now infamous Gulf oil spill? Maybe to document my findings since I now live 200 feet from the ocean and take almost daily walks on the still beautiful white sand and turquoise blue water.


In any case, here are my thoughts on the whole affair...

First, I trust NEXT TO NONE of those who are telling us what is going on: the contolled news media, the alternative news media, the government officials as well as those who post on message boards/blogs/youtube/etc.

Second, the fact that this event even happened is weird. No safety measures? no regulations? no oversight? this was one big "OOPS!"? Sorry, not buying it.

Third, the DAILY news coverage continually blasting in our faces is a BIG RED FLAG.

And fourth, looking at the satellite images from the get-go, MOST show nothing unusual (besides the ongoing black ops military toxic chemtrail geoengineering areosol spray activity) in the Gulf of Mexico. And the few images that appear to be oil, look fake and manipulated.

In conclusion, I've learned that that those who want to run the show will doing ANYTHING to gain wealth and power which includes fear mongering, lying, cheating, murder, etc etc etc. Satan of course is behind all this but his people are pulling the strings. Truly tragic and sad for the deceived.


That is for those who believe on the Lord Jesus Christ. You see, we don't know what the future holds but we believers in Christ know WHO holds the future and this is WHO we trust with all our hearts!


June 11 TERRA image looks weird

June 11 AQUA image looks normal

June 12 AQUA image looks weird

June 12 TERRA image looks normal