It’s January, 2018, and the United States has the lowest drought levels in its history

     

“Doublethink means the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them.”

— George Orwell, from “1984

 

 

 

 

 

March 24, 2017 – Drought, Weather Fuel Record Oklahoma Wildfires | Climate Central

April 27, 2017 – U.S. drought reaches record low as rain reigns

 

February 22, 2017 – California’s wet weather has some believing the drought is over

April 14, 2017 – What “permanent drought”? New all-time rainfall record set for California

 

 

 

The two sets of quotes immediately above show that the folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including drought and wildfires.

I wonder how long it’s going to be before the general populace catches on to the fact that the wide majority of wildfires taking place at this time are being deliberately set by what we euphemistically call “secret agents”, on behalf of the barely-closeted Death-worshippers they work for?

And what do you think is going to happen when such heinous crimes are discovered?

It’s January, 2018, and the Great Artificial Drought has been broken by the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices in the vicinity of the weather warfare intrastructure many still mistakenly presume only carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data.

That’s why a story I’ve appended below from April of last year reads “the federal government’s U.S. Drought Monitor declared that only 6 percent of nation was affected by drought conditions, the lowest percentage since it began its assessments in 2000.”

They’re bending over backwards to not have to say “ever in history.”

Please consider sending them highest Love energy as you read this.

 

 

February 22, 2017 – California’s wet weather has some believing the drought is over – ABC

 

March 24, 2017 – Drought, Weather Fuel Record Oklahoma Wildfires | Climate Central

 

April 14, 2017 – What “permanent drought”? New all-time rainfall record set for California

 

April 27, 2017 – U.S. drought reaches record low as rain reigns – USA Today

Poof! Drought, which covered almost one-third of the nation at the beginning of winter, has all but vanished.

Abundant winter and spring rains have decimated large regions of drought that afflicted the nation. On Thursday, the federal government’s U.S. Drought Monitor declared that only 6 percent of nation was affected by drought conditions, the lowest percentage since it began its assessments in 2000.
April 27, 2017 – Analysis: It’s not just droughts, but nearly all extreme weather is declining or at or near record lows

 

December 14, 2017 – Is California heading back into a drought? – The Mercury News

4 thoughts on “It’s January, 2018, and the United States has the lowest drought levels in its history

  1. Vincent Encinias

    Hi, Don & Carol,
    Thank You for the wonderful work you are doing. Sadly, we are experiencing a very dry winter here in NM. 87 days without any moisture.
    We are blanketed with heavy, dessicating chemtrails. More gifting and chembusting needed.

    Vince

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    1. Carlos Silva

      Vincent, the best answer you can have to your region being aftected by the weather weaponry is to make and deploy orgonite. Not only will it help the local environment but it will also empower you immensily as a human being, and that’s something you can’t learn from someone else – you have to experience it yourself.

      You can read about making orgonite and gifting on this very website. Please feel free to leave a comment or contact us if you have any questions. Thanks.

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  2. Don Croft

    I had an opportunity to drive through New Mexico, along the Mexican border, in August, 2016 and there was green grass growing along the entire route, also large areas where ranchers had burnt the sage brush to allow pasture grass to grow for cattle. Carol and I had driven across N New Mexico the previous summer and saw the same conditions. For several years before that, we had driven across the Hopi and Navajo Reservations and found a lot of pasture, there, too. When I worked on a ranch near Holbrook, AZ (Painted Desert, just south of the Navajo Res) in my youth in 1968 there was no grass at all in that region and when Carol and I crossed the West with our first orgonite cloudbuster in the spring of 2001 all of the Western states were dry as a bone with mostly dead vegetation. I also had Navajo friends, whom I visited on the Rez at the time (it was pretty cool to go into those 8-sided, traditional hogans), and there was no grass growing there, either, in those days.

    So, Vincent, even though you may now be experiencing a drought I’m pretty sure that it’s going to end and that this desert reversal will continue. If you can get clear of the chemtrail fear porn I think you’ll spend more energy . just looking around at the environment, rather, and will feel assured that the fear porn is a clever fantasy. When Carol and I were busting up the HAARPicane agenda in Florida we met people who only got ‘weather news’ from their TVs and only believed all that, even when it directly contradicted what they would have seen out their windows.

    As Carlos suggested, getting around and making sure all of the death towers and weather weaponry are disabled with orgonite is quite empowering and induces optimism. I always hope that people will overcome their queer fascination for fear porn. As people in general continue to wake up and to be more discerning, the volume of fear porn on the web, in the media, academia, etc., increases in direct proportion, evidently, and it’s all very compelling but rarely rational.

    To know, for sure, that chemtrails aren’t doing any harm all one needs to do is to just watch them rather than glance fearfully at them; those seeded clouds simply never drop down. If you had noticed them between 1998 and 2003 when they were sickening untold millions of people, you’d have noticed that they were only in the sky for a few moments, then quickly destroyed all of the cumulus (rain) clouds on their way to the ground. The hospitals were full of respiratory distress sufferers, too, and that’s simply not the case, now.

    I hope this helps. I was going to answer sooner but hackers have managed to prevent me from accessing the homepage of this website. Thanks, Carlos, for sending me the link–for some reason I can get to the website through such a link 😉

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  3. Jeff Miller Post author

    Don, Carlos, thanks for these additions.

    Vincent, just so I’m clear: I announce that 94% of the U.S. is drought-free, and based on your post we’re going to turn our collective attention from a thread announcing that triumph to a part of the 6% of the nation that still IS experiencing drought?

    And your talking about the PROBLEM, on an Orgonite blog dedicated to SOLVING that problem, after thanking Don and Carol for the efforts THEY’VE made to solve the problem, without mentioning anything YOU’VE personally done to try to solve the problem, seems to me unhelpful at best.

    I’m going to put a study of rainfall in New Mexico on my to-do list, right after I put together a post on snow in the Sahara for the last three years in a row, from a story Dirk and Don just sent me.

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