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Short and sweet bullet points/main ideas on RED/BLUE

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posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 03:57 PM
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-Use a blacklight (can be purchased at a spencers or plant store) to check your home for the conductive dust with the lights out, use only the blacklight and you will see the particles

-Blue/Black supposedly has some sort of headquarters in Hazleton, PA. Might be worth checking out if you are a RED.

-They can use electronic FM to blow your airbag on your car as you are driving

-The masons (construction people and builder you often see on the side of the road working) are actually the controllers of the police. That was kind of hard to accept, really they work together (thats why you see them pulled together on the side of the road during projects). The masons (construction peeps) control the towers, that work in conjunction with the radio the police use. The reason I say they are stronger (sort of) is that they can call a tornado or lightning strike (sounds crazy huh?) via the towers (view my other threads to understand how they "call" 6 and 8. Or a tidal wave or monsoon that could literally take out a town. Luckily they seem like pretty stand up dudes seeing how weve gotten through this far. They radio from truck to the tower controller, who activates the tower, (usually located at the towns mason hall) who calls to 6 or 8 (depending if they are red/black or blue/black towers) which uses the satellites (or tech im not sure as ive not been up there heh) to open the atmosphere and use the charges from the salts and things they spray from the airplanes. It occurs in the midwest more often because they can covertly spray the conductive dust from crop dusting planes as they fly locally and on local ATCs.

-To date, I know for a fact that the dust has been sprayed in the following areas: washington, DC, Baltimore, all of florida, most of the midwest, and is being sprayed in new places daily. It can do more than control weather too, I just have not seen the extent to which it can perform. It was first used in the midwest to control the heat from destroying the crops and killing the cattle from the heat, and they are currently testing it out there (high temps). They can call a storm literally in about 4 minutes (as long as you are in a conductive area), it tends to have problems on cloudy and rainy days (blocks RED these days I think) and works better in areas that are of higher temperature and flt ground. It can be used in the mountains, however the berming effect of the metals and minerals within the mountainous ground affect the conductivity and polarity. I have seen them (aftermath, not in use) cook an entire town to the ground. Ill post a link in the next response to that location if anyone lives near it and wants to take pics or post about it. I did, but they erased my SD card wirelessly because I think they didnt really want it getting out.




posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 03:59 PM
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maps.google.com...,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=inn+of+the+mountain+gods&fb=1&gl=u s&hq=inn+of+the+mountain+gods&cid=0,0,15129534134746624787&sa=X&ei=xtIiUJiwB8yH0QGbwoGoAw&sqi=2&ved=0CMsBEPwSMAc

Its within a mile of this casino. Its on foundation RED ground (indian tribe) and I guess they have always communicated with the "spirits of the Earth" so they I assume got the people out of the town and it was just a test of the weapon. Its literally a whole neighborhood burned to the ground with something like the "hammer of dawn" (although slower) from the "Gears of War" video games.



posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 04:11 PM
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What is all this rambling? Blue? Black? Red? Where are you even getting this info from? I suggest you go back over this post and rework your thoughts into something thats coherent.

edit on 8-8-2012 by avwood because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 06:21 PM
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This is a dvelopment on the ideas he presented here www.abovetopsecret.com... I'm not promising that it will help, but it does provide a little background.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 08:58 AM
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Originally posted by strangedays

-The masons (construction people and builder you often see on the side of the road working) are actually the controllers of the police. That was kind of hard to accept, really they work together (thats why you see them pulled together on the side of the road during projects). The masons (construction peeps) control the towers, that work in conjunction with the radio the police use. The reason I say they are stronger (sort of) is that they can call a tornado or lightning strike (sounds crazy huh?) via the towers (view my other threads to understand how they "call" 6 and 8. Or a tidal wave or monsoon that could literally take out a town. Luckily they seem like pretty stand up dudes seeing how weve gotten through this far. They radio from truck to the tower controller, who activates the tower, (usually located at the towns mason hall) who calls to 6 or 8 (depending if they are red/black or blue/black towers) which uses the satellites (or tech im not sure as ive not been up there heh) to open the atmosphere and use the charges from the salts and things they spray from the airplanes. It occurs in the midwest more often because they can covertly spray the conductive dust from crop dusting planes as they fly locally and on local ATCs.



Road construction workers are masons, huh? I guess I better let my husband know he's a mason. He's probably missed a lot of meetings.

Out of the 40+ road construction workers I know, one of them is a mason. I know a handful of police officers, none of which are masons. You can barely walk around here without tripping over a masonry lodge. So, from what I have seen personally, the majority of masons are not construction workers or police officers. But that is just me.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 10:26 AM
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well, i guess masons (as in actual stonemasons) are involved in constrution work.

i have no idea what this thread is about though.




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