Ale, Carol looked at the photos and feels that the cloud is bio/chemical weaponry–a test on the population. Kulwant in Santa Fe emailed me, yesterday with the same observation and they concur that the source is an underground base, which you can easily shut down with a few earthpipes.
Next time you see something like that, aim a cloudbuster at it, okay? You’ll be pleased with the fast result, also with the absence of DOR, afterward. Hopefully, all that crap will fall on the heads of the world odor operatives who did the deed in the first place Carol didn’t sense that it was radioactive.
Carol and I saw dense, white ‘smoke’ billowing up from the empty desert near Fallon, Nevada a few years ago. We laid out enough orgonite to stop it but when we returned, it was happening again but the next batch of orgonite, there, apparently stopped it for good. We had just gifted some massive underground bases in that desert valley and the adjoining one and that was before we knew about earthpipes, so it took a LOT of orgonite to get it done.
The big desert valley where Fallon is had the highest cancer death rate in the country and anyone driving through there got the characterisic metallic taste that signals the presence of radioactive material in the environment and atmosphere. We slept in the desert in tents when we were gifting there (too far to motels) but with the then-new Harmonic Protectors we were wearing, we weren’t affected by the radioactive material (fallout?) which was obviously present. The plantlife was all dead around there, even though they were getting rain.
I thiink one of those big bases was pretty old becuase there were vents every mile or so along the secondary highway that ran the fifty-mile length of the desert <img src=“tiny_mce/plugins/emotions/images/smiley-wink.gif” border=“0” alt=“Wink” title=“Wink” />. I don’t know how they ventilate the newer underground bases but I know they’re more discrete about it. The old alien underground bases don’t ventilate at all, apparently, but their presence is signalled by persistent smog overhead. Earthpipes make them all go away pretty fast.