posted on Dec, 1 2006 @ 08:54 AM
As most of you already know, the official hurricane season has just ended. And fortunately it has ended with a dud.
The amount of named storms was very small, and there were old three tropical storms to hit the U.S. mainland. The Caribbean was spared! Thank
Now here it comes:
There is a guy in denver who creates ringed structures, which he claims are able to influence the enviroment around us.
These devices usually are twisted pair copper rings, and which are always in the length of fractions of, single or multiple cubits. He claimed to have
found out the length of a cubit by measuring the top of the entrance to the Kings Chamber (at one of the pyramids) in Egypt (although I'm sure that I
can get an answer from Byrd is this is accurate or not). Anyway... One setup of these rings is called a harmonizers, and depending on it's size, it
can influence the enviroment and the weather in the vicinity for up to miles; especially when powered by sound. They are able to clean pollution in
the enviroment, cause rainfall, cause plants to grow healthier and larger, and cause positive effects in human and animal health. They're also
allegedly able to fight of bad weather to some degree. He has since concluded that the ones he made before where not able to overcome the power of the
biggest storms, hurricanes. Since then he has created much larger harmonizers and said in an announcement last March that he placed some in the gulf
coast, and in Florida.
Now, seeing that this hurricane season was so mild, I'm wondering if he really caused the weather to be calmer with these devices. So what do you
guys think? Did he really do it??
Here's his website:
And here are some field reports by some of his clients:
Btw.. I don't think the devices are that hard to make if your handy at working with metal. Also, there are other structures that are claimed to have
similar properties to the Spurling rings. Some of them are the
, and others are the
CIR Emf harmonizers.