European Weather Balls

Carlos
16 Feb 2008 06:09
Subject: European Weather Balls
In my search for a particular weather ball which sits on property of the royal dutch navy (and is therefore “greyed out” on google earth and any kind of publicly available satellite imagery) I tried my best to locate the little @#%@#%
Fortunately not all is bad because in my search for the location of this one weather ball I found what I believe are most of the european weather balls conveniently all together in one list – complete with coordinates.
To add insult to injury the list was nested on the website of the dutch metereological institute Mr. Yellow
http://www.knmi.nl/opera/euradars.html

I’ve put it on pdf just in case the website accidently wipes itself out.
http://members.chello.nl/c.silva33/eura … radars.pdf

To locate the station I suggest entering the coordinates on google earth and search a bit. The coordinates are not exact but fortunately people usually mistake them for huge golf balls and like to make photos of them which help the triangulation of the little beasties.
Here’s one of them in the middle of nowhere in UK http://www.panoramio.com/photo/4660740
This one is “ugly golf ball #2” from the Netherlands http://www.panoramio.com/photo/1224235 yep, that’s the Royal Dutch Metereological Institute building you see proudly showing us how a fish in the barrel looks like Wink
Anyway, those things are so big, once in the area they should be pretty easy to spot.

It would be great to hear from any weather balls in the list that have been gifted already to keep long trips and double gifting from happening – and throw cheers on the gifter Smile
I volunteer to keep an updated map for quick reference here http://members.chello.nl/c.silva33/eura … rs_map.jpg

Note: even though on the map there are some green dots meaning “planned radar” the fact is going through the list shows them all as being operational and to be considered fair game…

Happy hunting Wink

Carlos

Carlos
16 Feb 2008 17:05
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
Dirk (psychiatrist) told me today he has already busted the one in Utrecht, Netherlands called “De Bilt”
He also said it might do with more orgonite.
I’ll check it out once I’m back in the end of the month but any gifters closeby feel free to look into it Smile

Re: the other radar station in the Netherlands is located in Den Helder – this ugly thing is located on a Navy base, therefore closed to the general public… with the exception of the commemorative “fleet days” which happen every year.
During these three days the base opens its doors and gives a big show for us to see how “cool” they are Mr. Yellow This year they will be held 10-13 July and that’s pretty much the best window of opportunity in 2008 (it’s almost impossible to gift it from a distance due to the size of that huge base – the headquarters of the dutch navy and almost as big as the town itself).

Carlos

john
17 Feb 2008 17:41
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
Good find! Didn’t realise we had these things here.

I did Clee Hill today with about 5 HHgs

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You can see there are 3 parts to this one, the usual radar thing on the left with rotating arm, big ball in middle and smaller on on right.
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Looks like something out of a Bond movie here
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For the record did panel array in Llandrindod Wells, right next to hospital:
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Also just had a e mail from lena: “Myself and a friend came upon that strange place almost two years ago and did lots of gifting there as well – I think we got at least 20 or 30 TB’s and some HHG’s into the area, kinda necklaced it all around.”

So it is well done. Smile

Also had a few towers about 200 yds away
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And there was another tower on the same hill about 1/2 mile away, right next to houses, also gifted.

The smaller ball:
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This is one you mentioned http://www.panoramio.com/photo/4700905

Rich
19 Feb 2008 17:07
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
John, I’m quite shocked you didn’t think we had them here!

I gifted some on the isle of wight a couple of years back, and, later that year Cesco and I gifted a couple in dorset (portland and another place I forget the exact location of).

When we gifted the one in Portland;

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we also gifted another weird vertical bit of tech which is on the right in the picture above, which produced this result below about 2minutes later;

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Very nice personal confirmation for us both, which we had a nice chuckle about.

But the main reason I replied was, that there is a monster array of these an menwith hill in yorkshire;

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This is the eschalon head quarters, hope some gifters up that way can get a car boot full gridded around that monster site.

Also there are some at chicksands (I think) in bedfordshire, but I couldn’t find it when I’ve been back intending to gift it since initially seeing them.

John – hope you liked your new ‘orgonite ball’ waiting for you when you got home from gifting balls Smile

john
19 Feb 2008 20:09
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
Yeah, shocking isn’t it. Shocked

I have logged the UK ones on that list http://whale.to/b/balls_uk.html but the ones you mention aren’t on it. So look to be another lot–that little one on a tower look to be the one doing the dark stuff. Echelon also has a bit place in W Cornwall—Morwenstow http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G……Morwenstow

Paddy
20 Feb 2008 17:14
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
Well yes, Rich, that’s just like me saying to you in June 2006 that we didn’t have chemtrails in Scotland, pffffff! Laughing

It’ll take a while, but I will take care of all the Scottish ones, this will provide the vehicle for further family outings and gifting along the way. The NWO provides travel opportunities, folks, sign up!

Paddy

Carlos
02 Mar 2008 17:04
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
Well well, I guess I was too optimistic to think that was it for weather balls Neutral

But great work you two! And everybody who’s been gifting these over-sized golf balls Smile we really need them busted and the sooner the better!
The Clee Hill one is now updated on the map and I’ve added the massive complex in Menwith Hill with a different colour.
There’s also a new file http://members.chello.nl/c.sil……/other.txt where new and ungifted weather balls are logged together with their location.

Carlos

Don Croft
03 Mar 2008 13:37
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
It may be that all of the technology connected with the death towers, HAARP, weatherballs, etc., is a better-kept secret than teh Manhattan Project was.

People who name various facilities might just be telling tall tales, in fact, which is why I’ve never repeated those acronyms and labels.

A good psychic can see various energy signatures from these weapons but all of what they see is deadly orgone radiation, of course. Seeing the energy still doesn’t tell us precisely what any of this does, except that HAARP towers’ energy generally assault the atmosphere and the death towers in neighborhoods generally throw energy down at the population

If it weren’t for the fact that simple orgonite disables ALL of this crap I think many of us would feel quite overwhelmed and hopeless Cool . Just seeing those weapons has been enough to inspire a lot of us to initiate our own personal and cooperative campaigns. I wonder how many of us would be actively undermining the parasitic world order if not for the sudden erection, six years ago and globally, of all this obtuse weaponry.

Meanwhile, it may be that the people who toss out names and acronyms for various death towers and HAARP facilities are just having a joke at our expense or wish to mislead us. I’ve always encouraged people, in email and posts, not to automatically swallow all the bait that occupies so much traffic on the web, passing for information.

It’s great to have the posted photos, though, thanks!

Good work, gifting these things, too! As a rule, whenever you see an type of array there’s most likely an extensive underground facility connected to it, so a few earthpipes or TBs tossed in upright, open pipes will usually finish the job after the death transmitters have been disabled. I think that ‘finishing off’ the underground nastiness after doing the towers, above, is necessary; sort of like doing the paperwork after one has made a deposit in the water closet.

Also, when these balls are functioning they usually put a lot of deadly orgone radiation in the immediate atmosphere, which you can often see as smog.

Smog is simply made of toxic particles in colloidal suspension. A deficit of ions in the air cause ‘nasty’ colloidal suspension in the opposite way that an abundance of free ions in the air causes it to smell and feel nice and to be clear.

Years ago, before there was much gifting going on, we sometimes saw some pretty horrific DOR ‘sculptures’ around weather balls, including some bizarre local weather phenomena, which is why we started calling them, ‘weather balls’ in the first place. I don’t have a clue why these seem to be so easily disabled, compared to HAARP arrays.

It’s probably important to consider that many or most of these facilities may be carrying out legitimate communciation and radar functions in addition to whatever harm they’re intentionally being used to accomplish. Someday those secrets will be uncovered and I think all of us will be in for some surprises, then. As horrible as any of us can imagine the actions of predators of the world odor can be, I’ve learned to assume that it’s actually much, much worse and far more extensive than even that. I sincerely don’t want to know everything they do to humanity.

Paddy
10 Mar 2008 13:50
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
My time is very limited now but I’m happy to say that we’ve made a start with the Scottish Weatherballs. This is the Hill of Dudwick gifted with an EP and several TBs. We couldn’t hang around too much because we were rather visible and exposed.

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The same was true of the Longhaven Radar Head which we spotted and gifted as a bonus on that trip. I only managed to insert an EP a few hundred yards down the road from it, but we gifted the surrounding area with a few TBs nevertheless.

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I must admit I was a little flustered, not quite as cool as I would have liked to be Embarassed , so I didn’t manage to take a picture of it myself, I got this one off the web.

Paddy

Paddy
10 Mar 2008 16:15
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
I forgot to add that we had a nice sylph display a couple of hours later.

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Paddy

Don Croft
11 Mar 2008 15:10
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
Paddy, your post and Dooney’s related post are quite timely and demonstrate the sychronistic nature of this unorganized, global movement, and I’m sure this phenomenon is certainly not lost on our more motivated readers, who are able to recognize these miracles even when there’s not a Hollywood soundtrack and the handiwork of Foley artists in the background Wink

I’m keeping my fingers crossed that more Europeans who live near the southern and northern coasts will take the next step and eliminate the innumerable new coastal HAARP arrays and the various weatherballs, as the intrepid Italian gifters have done, so that Europe can begin to have its blue skies and rain back, sooner than later Cool

Left to their own parasitic resources, the old world order’s HAARPies would no doubt have been well on their way to quietly turning our world into a desert, by now, if it weren’t for some very well-motivated and observant gifters like yourself, P!

Carol and I dearly want to live in a dome house, so maybe in a few years when teh old world order is dead, anyone can get a defunct weatherball for salvage considerations. They’re sure built to last! Wink

Ivo Granata, who singlehandedly restored much of mountainous Central Italy’s natural climate, several years ago, once suggested that we might also then turn some of those death towers into big bird houses.

~Don

Carlos
13 Apr 2008 09:56
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
Did some digging the last few days.

The funny thing when you censor public images such as in the case of dutch official buildings getting totally blurred out in google earth is that there is usually some stubborn son of a gun who draws attention to it by compiling a list of these places and making a handy file that you can add as a layer to google earth for easy vieweing.
Then there appears another guy who points out to a website where you can see those satellite images beyond the censorship, albeit with less resolution.
Thank God for geeks Wink

Anyway, as expected there are more weather / doppler radars in the Netherlands than appeared on the KNMI website initially and I’ve managed to find a few and a couple of Easter eggs:

  • Antennas servicing Airbase Leeuwarden 53°12’02.91 N, 5°41’30.04 E (not sure if it is doppler radar) +radar dish closeby 53°12’10.23 N, 5°41’00.93 E
  • Air Force radar in Wier (on the coast, Northwest of Leeuwarden) 53°15’27.31" N, 5°37’11.85 E
  • Navy relay station (not doppler radar) near Ruigenhoek (on the coast, between Haarlem and Leiden) reportedly with underground complex 52°17’34.08 N, 4°28’19.30 E
  • Nato Satcom doppler in Schoonhoven (between Utrecht and Dordrecht) 51°57’15.94 N, 4°50’59.20 E
  • military doppler radar in Heerenveen 52°58’03.63 N, 5°54’10.16 E
  • doppler radar nearby NATO C3 Agency buildings in The Hague 52°06’48.80 N, 4°18’56.72 E
  • doppler radar in Herwijnen (between Utrecht and 's-Hertogenbosch) 51°50’16.61 N, 5°07’40.15 E + big radar dish closeby, following the road East 51°50’13.19 N, 5°08’17.03 E

(for a quick peek and if you find it blurred in google earth try http://www.routenet.nl)

So I guess I have my hands full! Very Happy On to make some orgonite now Wink

Carlos

Carolien
14 Apr 2008 16:06
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
14 April 2008

Great that you dug up this info, Carlos!

I never got around gifting any weatherball myself. But the Herwijnen doppler radar fits my experiences when I reported the Kyrill storm of 18 January 2007 to Don. At the time I got a strange phonecall (just beeps) from Herwijnen, which is close to where I live. See http://www.ethericwarriors.com……php?t=691 Since the link to the photo’s of that post are gone, I’ll try and add one as an attachment now, for archives.

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Mind you, at the time – early 2007, hardly a year ago – the money (and fear) machine of climate change was broadly introduced to the world….this was before Al Gore claimed it….and the superficial Kyrill “storm” was probably for European propaganda purpose anyway. “A forthcoming U.N. report on climate change will provide the most credible evidence yet of a human link to global warming and hopefully shock the world into taking more action” – see my “old” article URL http://www.alertnet.org/thenew……L33627.htm Nowadays, all kinds of businesses get rich from this climate change hoax. It changed the financial climate allright! The TV shows “nature disasters” on a regular basis now….People bowing their heads to the will of Allah or God causing this… isn’t it utmost condescending and disgusting this is all staged?!

Count me in for gifting Herwijnen!

Carolien

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Carlos
14 Apr 2008 16:19
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
Quote:
Count me in for gifting Herwijnen!

It’s all yours Wink

And thank you – not having a car or a driver’s license will make my gifting trips quite interesting already Very Happy

Carlos

P.S. Very sharp report on that storm, it keeps them on their toes for next time they think of something like that!

john
13 May 2008 15:51
Subject: Re: European Weather Balls
Took out a newish golfball near Salisbury on Dean Hill. Pretty hefty bit of hardware just for a lousy weather report don’t you think.
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Had a tower nearby as companion, must be nice for the folks living between the two.
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Noticed about 6 trails near my place early on, 6.30am about 3 miles away on a trip to the garage, which seems rather excessive. Also right over the SAS base.
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I have to say haven’t noticed any ill health effects yet, they break up over my place so I hardly notice them, usually.
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