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Electromagnetic geophysical weaponry first came to my attention about 6 or 7 years ago when my daughter saw what was best described as a "fireball" pass over her bedroom skylight window.  What was it?!  I wasn't content to simply pass it off as a meteorite or "UFO" -- her description was too detailed and vivid.  An internet search for "fireball" brought up an article in Nexus magazine, April 1997, called " Bright Skies".  This report on Australian fireballs sent shockwaves through my little pre-scalar world.  Could this really be happening?  I read and reread it.   This article is scientific, thorough and convincing and I highly recommend it. 

(I still have no idea what kind of fireball it was that my daughter saw, though, as there are several possibilities including luminous plasma   http://www.ovnis.atfreeweb.com/11_plasma_technology.htm).

see:

BRIGHT SKIES

http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/bskies1.html

 

"Readers of previous episodes of this series of "Bright Skies" articles might be forgiven for believing that exotic fireball, light emission, electrical, electro-magnetic, and coupled explosive and/or seismic events have over recent years been observed solely within the continent of Australia. Although sightings "down under" have been prolific, and strongly suggest that we are being utilized as a major testing ground for someone, there have also been a significant number of similar events in other countries during the same time frame (say 1985 - 1997), as the following randomly chosen examples, provided to the author by Nexus readers, and reproduced below in their original (but abridged) format, amply demonstrate."   http://www.cheniere.org/misc/brightskies4.htm   

More links about other tectonic weapons usage at Cyberspace Orbit:   http://www.cyberspaceorbit.com/tectonic_weapons.html      

 

 

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