Monday, 16 October 2017

I Survived Ophelia!

The wind was roaring! All the houses around me were tearing apart. Crouched in the cellar I felt the roof above me disintegrate... No, not really. Of course, it wasn't like that at all where I am in Oxford which is in central England. The worst of Hurricane Ophelia has been focused on Ireland; that lies right in the middle of the storm's path. Tonight it will rush over Scotland. Where I am we just caught the edge of it. The wind was no worse than a mild gale, but I could see straight away that this was no ordinary weather event. When I left for work today the sky looked fairly normal; thin cloud cover, a gentle breeze. Within a few hours the wind had increased but with it rose the temperature. A sultry humidity descended and I stripped down to a T-shirt even though it is late October and the sun was not shining. The overcast changed to a colour I've never seen before in the sky, a light orangey brown. The light dimmed and altered to an eerie hue, in a similar way as the way it had done during the solar eclipse a few years ago, see: Below the high cloud, small low clouds were chasing swiftly with the wind; they were bluish grey. Then the sun appeared, but when I first saw it I thought for a moment that it might be a spherical UFO. It was an orange ball that looked as if it were below the overcast, not above it. Later on it turned crimson. Of course I've seen the sun this colour many times before, but this is only at sunrise or sunset. This time the sun was high in the sky and it looked very unearthly. See the photo below I took.
There is a strange coincidence associated with Hurricane Ophelia. The date it struck, the 16th of October 2017, is exactly thirty years to the day after the Great Storm. The Great Storm hit the British Isles in the early hours of the 16th of October 1987 and caused widespread devastation across the country. This was just after the BBC's weather forecaster Michael Fish dismissed public concerns about the approaching danger on live TV, something nobody has ever let the poor man forget. To this day, if you Google his name this recording comes up first every time: About fifteen million trees were blown down, including almost all of Rendlesham Forest of UFO renown. The forest we see today mostly consists of trees planted after the Great Storm, see: RFI researcher Peter Robbins has wondered if there is a connection, see: and: Peter has carefully studied the remarkable work of Wilhelm Reich and the weather modification technology he invented. As you'll see in the background links below, weather modification is a real thing and I believe that it has been developed into a terrible weapon. This weapon was tested on the seaside town of Lynmouth to see how effective it was. It is highly unusual for hurricane-force storms to strike the eastern Atlantic area; the Met Office reckons it's a freak event likely to happen only once every two hundred years or so. If it has happened twice in thirty years then no doubt climate change will be blamed. If Ophelia is a man-made hurricane, or even a natural one steered in a particular direction, then the shadow government who wield this weapon have a macabre sense of humour; to carry it out on the thirtieth anniversary of the Great Storm. Maybe they are testing us to see how many people cry "coincidence!".   

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