June 9, 2023 | In light of recent fires, it’s critical to look beyond what we are being told about environmental disasters and consider weather warfare techniques, satellite weaponry, as well as infrastructural impacts.
1.) Wi-Fi networks and cellular devices transmit microwave radiation when powered on.
The map below illustrates coverage of Wi-Fi in Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
Imagine what might happen with the combination of Wi-Fi + microwave antennas that are transmitting pulse-modulated Radiofrequency/Microwave (RF/MW) Radiation – placed on top of towers, telephone poles, streetlights, and/or buildings, and powered on at all times. Keep in mind that these facilities are not being monitored or measured.
The map below shows AT&T wireless and “5G” “coverage” across the U.S. Looks as though there are no significant gaps in coverage.
Link To Source HERE
Did you know?
Microwaves have a drying or dehydrating effect, penetrating material and removing moisture.
*Consider that wireless facilities have been deployed for decades without protective safety regulations (or public consent) and public officials have been told that they are not allowed to prevent wireless facilities from being deployed based on known environmental effects.
2.) In addition to microwave irradiating infrastructure drying impacts, factor in decades of atmospheric spraying with weather engineering aerosols including Radiofrequency absorbing elements that are composed of combustible agents.
*See Joe Biden’s program for stratospheric aerosol spraying HERE
Link To Patent HERE
Rain analysis Grays Lake, Illinois March 24, 2017
More rain and snow analysis here:
3.) Next, factor in satellite transmissions of pulsed RF/MW Radiation or Direct Energy Weapons (DEW) capable of traveling at the speed of light.
*Concept and model for utilizing high-frequency or radar or microwave producing or emitting devices to produce, effect, create or induce lightning or lightspeed or visible to naked eye electromagnetic pulse or pulses, acoustic or ultrasonic shockwaves or booms in the air, space, enclosed, or upon any object or mass, to be used solely or as part of a system, platform or device including weaponry and weather modification-US20130015260A1
Link To Patent HERE
Link To Article HERE
4.) Forest Fire as a Military Weapon
June 1970 | U.S. Department of Agriculture — Forest Service | Authors: Craig C. Chandler, Jay R. Bentley | Sponsored by Advanced Research Projects Agency Order No. 818 |
A June 1970 Report of study commissioned by the Department of Defense.
In 1965 the Joint Chiefs of Staff requested that the Secretary of Defense initiate research to determine the feasibility of measuring the flammability characteristics of forests and jungle growth, modifying flammability so that vegetation would readily support combustion and developing measures to destroy large areas of forest or jungle growth by fire. This research has been conducted by the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture, under sponsorship of the Advanced Research Projects Agency through ARPA Order 818.
Protective environmental safety regulations, public oversight, and realignment with our Constitution / Bill of Rights are necessary steps to getting America back on track toward peace, sovereignty, and prosperity for all.