“Go for the ribs, don’t let that bastard breathe!”
Micky Goldmill (to Rocky, after round 1 with Apollo), from “Rocky“, 1976
“Rock, you’re breakin’ the ribs.”
Paulie Pennino (to Rocky, in the meat locker), from “Rocky“, 1976
If you’ve made it all the way to this Obscure Internet Blog, you are probably not a practicing Coincidence Theorist. However, if you are, I warn you to not move forward in reading this post, as it will definitely be hazardous to current programming levels. In fact, that’s precisely why I wrote it.
Below, I’ve taken pains to deconstruct and expose the global news blackout on the breaking of the Great Artificial Drought by the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices in the larger environment.
One story that I’ve included is headlined “Erie, Pennsylvania, Has Broken Its All-Time Snow Season Record.” In it, we learn that “The previous record was set 17 years ago in 2000-01.”
That beautiful rainfall in 2000-2001 is an interesting data point, to me, as that previous record is right around when the literal forest of weather warfare infrastructure that many still mistakenly presume only carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data was thrown up suddenly around the globe. It brought to mind how, In 1998, my best friend and I watched a sunset such as we’d never seen in our lives from his back porch in our hometown. We both wondered, and agreed “it’s like the dawning of a new world.” It was like a Maxfield Parrish painting. I’ve even got a photograph of that sunset, somewhere.
The light looks like that again, right now.
I think the whole Etheric War – the ongoing aerosol operations, which started where I lived in that year, and the “communications infrastructure”, thrown up at exactly the same time – was and is a last-ditch effort to stop us from lifting up into that new world.
Make no mistake, that horrific, malefic network carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data, because there would be no plausible-deniability cover story for it if it did not. However, it also carries, concentrates and directs what Wilhelm Reich called “Dead Orgone Radiation”, which we are all firmly assured does not exist.
When I told my Mother-in-Law about Orgonite, and Reich, and how they jailed him, and killed him in jail, and burned his books, she said “well, it’s all true, then.”
So they spent Trillions of dollars and used every weapon at their disposal and managed to put the great transformation (and their own demise) off by, oh, twenty years or so. But the great tide of change is about to wash them away, is washing them away, is washing our world clean of them.
Washed away, you know, like by rainfall.
Because great, epochal positive changes are underway at every level of our reality. And those changes are increasing in speed and magnitude.
The Dark Masters of the Gobi are said to live below that gigantic desert of their own creation because they have to have that Death energy to survive. A higher-energy environment will mean unequivocally that they can no longer exist among us.
The Rocky quotes up top are me etherically pounding on them.
You know that the deserts are greening all over the globe at this very moment, right? They do, I can assure you. And there’s nothing they can do to stop it.
That’s because it’s February, 2018, and their great, artificial drought has been broken.
Please consider sending our about-to-be-former Dark Masters highest love energy as you read this.
And, if you haven’t already done so, please also consider distributing simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices where you live and work today, or sponsor a gifter near you, perhaps even through a vehicle such as this forum.
February 5, 2018 – Records fall in Moscow as snow blankets Russian capital
At least one person has died and five have been injured as Moscow endures its heaviest snowfall in more than 60 years.
More than 850 flights were either canceled or postponed, according to local media RBC. The Ministry of Emergency Situations confirmed that 2,000 trees fell overnight in the Russian capital.
The snowfall broke a Moscow record set in 1957, authorities said.
The Russian capital recorded 22 centimeters (8.6 inches) of snow Sunday — more than half of its monthly average snowfall. The figure will rise to 47 centimeters (18.5 inches) by the end of Monday, deputy mayor of Moscow Petr Biryukov said.
(“heaviest snowfall in more than 60 years” and “more than half” and “a Moscow record set in 1957” are all general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. To maintain the global news blackout on this subject, this story contains no specific information whatsoever about the previous record– ed)
February 7, 2018 – Recapping record snowfall in Central Ohio
It is not uncommon to see snowfall in the month of February, in fact we typically get 6.1 inches of snowfall in the month. But the snow that dropped early today was enough to make it the snowiest February 7th in Columbus recorded history.
Not everyone had a lot of snow, some had a good amount of ice instead, not a good trade.
(“record snowfall” and “the snowiest February 7th” and “a lot of snow” are all general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. To maintain the global news blackout on this subject, this story contains no specific information whatsoever about the current or previous records– ed)
February 7, 2018 – Erie, Pennsylvania, Has Broken Its All-Time Snow Season Record
Erie broke its all-time snowiest season record on Wednesday.
The previous record was set 17 years ago in 2000-01.The city still has 30 percent of its average snowfall yet to happen through spring.
The record for the snowiest season has been broken in Erie, Pennsylvania, and it’s only early February.
This new record has been set because of Winter Storm Liam, which brought snow to the city on Wednesday.
(This is an interesting data point, as the previous record is right around when the literal forest of weather warfare infrastructure that many still mistakenly presume only carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data was thrown up suddenly around the globe. In 1998, a close friend and I watched a sunset such as we’d never seen in our lives. We both agreed “it’s like the dawning of a new world.” I think the whole thing – the aerosol campaigns, which started where I lived in that year, the “communications infrastructure”, thrown up at exactly the same time, was and is a last-ditch effort to stop us from lifting up into that new world. And they managed to put it off by about twenty years, but the great tide of change is about to wash them away, wash our world clean of them. – ed)
February 8, 2018 – Record snowfall in Japan kills seven
More snow was forecast for some parts of the region Feb. 8 by the Japan Meteorological Agency.
(“Record snowfall” and “more snow” are both general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. To maintain the global news blackout on this subject, this story contains no specific information whatsoever about the current or previous records – ed)
February 8, 2018 – Mt. Timothy dealing with record snowfall
With Family Day celebrations planned for Monday, staff at Mt. Timothy Ski Area are at work dealing with this week’s record snowfall.
While the amount of fresh snow is a welcome addition to the slopes, the hill remained closed Thursday due to the heavy amount of snowfall on its access road as plows weren’t able to clear the large amount of snow.
(“amount of fresh snow”, “heavy amount of snowfall” and “large amount of snow” are all general. You may recall that generality is a hallmark of propaganda. To maintain the global news blackout on this subject, this story contains no specific information whatsoever about the current or previous records – ed)
February 8, 2018 – Cane County, OH – ‘WOW’ SNOW TOTALS: 9 STRAIGHT DAYS OF SNOWFALL, 18.3 INCHES
Well, the big snow is over, at least for now.
The next big question is: What happens when all this stuff melts?
The National Weather Service Chicago is predicting temperatures of near 40 degrees on Wednesday and Thursday this week. So you can expect to see those big piles around your driveway and mailbox go down, and Fox River levels go up this week.
In the meantime, let’s revel in the snow we got this past week. It was a big dump, for sure, with Chicago recording 18.3 inches of snow during the nine-day stretch from Feb. 3 to Feb. 11.
(We all know what “a big dump” connotes – yes, these are the sorts of people you are dealing with – ed)
Very unofficially (since there’s math involved), here are the top five Kane County snow totals for the three snow events of Feb. 5, Feb. 8-9 and Feb. 11:
Top 5 Kane County
St. Charles (Kane) — 2.3 + 7.4 (2) + 4.7 = 14.4 inches
GENEVA 4WSW (KANE) — 3.0 + 7.8 + 3.0 = 13.8 inches
Sugar Grove 1NE (Kane) — 2.9 + 6.7 (2) + 3.5 = 13.1 inches
Elgin 2W (Kane) — 2.4 + 7.0 (2) + 3.5 = 12.9 inches
Batavia (Kane) — 2.4 + 6.6 (2) + 2.9 = 11.9 inches
(How hilarious is that? They joke that “there’s math involved”, then don’t do the math. And then they spew the chaff of the other top snow amounts, but won’t tell you that 14.4 to 18.3 is 27% above the previous record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. They say Chicago recorded 18.3 inches, but pointedly avoid mentioning that it was a record. That’s part of the global news blackout on this subject. They start the article with a stream of Black magic hand-waving about how the snow’s all going to melt, yada. – ed)
February 8, 2018 – Bozeman, MT – Bozeman, Montana Is Having A Historic Snow Year | On Pace For Snowiest Winter On Record
Bozeman, MT is having a very big snow year. Observers at the Montana State University campus have measured a total of 97 inches of snow since November. That’s twice the average amount of snowfall and well above the previous record of about 75 inches of snow set during the winter of 1996-1997.
The winter of 1996-1997 went on to be the snowiest winter on record at MSU, with 158 inches (13.1 feet) of snowfall.
The historic snow totals were helped by a very snowy December that saw 46 inches of snow at the Montana State University campus station. In fact, it was the snowiest December ever recorded and the second snowiest month ever. Coming up short of April 2009 by just one inch.
(The say “historic” in the headline, then hedge down to “very big” in the subhead. “Well above” is general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. They hedged with that generality to avoid specifically saying, “29% above the previous record” – and that with a lot of winter still to go. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)
February 8, 2018 – First snowfall ever in parts of Morocco
Up to 282 cm (110 inches) of snow in the Middle Atlas. That’s more than 9 feet.
Since February 3, 2018, significant snowfall has hit several regions of Morocco, for the first time ever for some.
From February 6 to 7, up to 282 cm of snow was recorded by the National Meteorological Directorate on Jbal Habri (Ifrane) and 272 cm at Michlifen Station.
The snow caused major disruptions in transportation. Some 38 roads were still cut due to the snow at 23:00 on Tuesday, February 6.
In the city of Ifrane, the snow reached 173 cm (5 ft-8 inches) deep.
In the province of Khenifra, snow depths of 170 cm were recorded in Moulay Yaâcoub and 190 cm in Ouiwane. In Beni-Mellal, 85 cm were recorded at Aghbala.
February 9, 2018 – Record snowfall amounts pile up around the globe
February 9, 2018 – Calgary, Alberta sets new snow record
For this time period in February you have the most snow on the ground ever recorded—and in such an arid climate, it’s a true feat to exceed 30 cm of snow on the ground for this region.
The city is facing similar amounts of snowfall to the September 2014 super-snowfall (30+ cm) which brought numerous power outages and crippled the city for several days, but in much more manageable portions.
With 13.2cm of snow, yesterday was Calgary’s snowiest day in more than 3 years, since Sep 10th, 2014.
These consecutive systems are really beginning to add up. In fact, Thursday was the snowiest single day recorded in Calgary since this massive event back in September 2014.
(“massive event” is general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. To maintain the global news blackout on this subject, this story contains no specific information whatsoever about the previous record – ed)
Truly amazing snowfall rates were recorded in a process called mesoscale banding, which brought tight pockets of higher lift and better dynamics for making snow directly over the city of Calgary. The potential for these convective bands were sniffed out ahead of time:
(“truly amazing snowfall rates” is general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. No specific snowfall rates are provided – ed)
The current snowpack just surpassed 30 cm at YYC (not reflected in the Environment Canada graph yet), but we’ll need a few more centimetres before the 11th to keep the crown. On February 11th, 1978 Calgary International airport saw an incredible run of snow. From February 11th to the middle of the month nearly 40 cm of snow accumulated on the ground nearly 40 years ago.
(Deviantly changes the subject from the unanswered question “what was the previous record through February 11th?” to the last record yet to be broken, the 11th to the 15th. – ed)
February 10, 2018 – Fast moving arctic storm brings plunging Montana temps. record seasonal snowfall totals
Several reporting stations in central and eastern Montana are reporting historic snowfall totals through the first week in February. According to National Weather Service data, Fort Assiniboine west of Havre has already received 59.0 inches of snow thus far this season, far eclipsing the 40.3 inches reported by the same date in 1959.
(“Far eclipsing” is general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. They gave you the numbers, but refused to print the specific percentage increase between the records, so I had to do the math. 40.3 to 59.0 is a 46% increase over the old record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins – ed)
February 10, 2018 – Michigan city’s snowfall totals climbing toward record highs
With more snow on the way.
As of yesterday, Detroit’s season snow total is up to 50.4 inches, according to Jordan Dale, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service. Based on NWS records going back to 1874, this season now sits at 4th in terms of highest snow accumulation totals in the city’s history.
February 10, 2018 – Snow-covered beaches of Barcelona
Snowfall on a good part of Spain. Thirteen regions were on alert yesterday. Barcelona activated its emergency plan.
Barcelona, located on the Mediterranean Sea, is not equipped for snowfall.
According to Wikipedia, the city boasts a humid subtropical climate bordering a maritime Mediterranean climate, with mild, humid winters and warm to hot summers.
A temperature of -21 degrees was recorded in the city of Girona between Barcelona and the French border.
February 10, 2018 – Windsor, Canada – Record snowfall, more expected throughout the weekend
Windsor saw a record total of 18.4 centimetres of snow on the ground on Friday with more expected to continue to fall throughout Saturday and Sunday, according to Environment Canada.
(“Record snowfall” and “more expected” are both general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. To maintain the global news blackout on this subject, this story contains no specific information whatsoever about the previous record – ed)
February 11, 2018 – Chicago’s recent snowfall forces winter total above normal, above 2017
February storms put the city above average for snowfall this season. As of February 11, 2018, there has been 28.3 inches of snow at O’Hare Airport, compared to an average of 24.2 inches to date.
(“Above average” is general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propagda. They gave you the numbers, but refused to print the specific percentage increase between them, as doing so would be much more impactful. So I had to do the math. It’s 17% above average. That’s spun perjoratively to “above normal” in the headline. – ed)
February 11, 2018 – It’s official: Chicago ties record with 9 consecutive days of measurable snowfall
The past nine days have also completely obliterated the 2017-18 seasonal snow deficit. Through midnight Saturday night/Sunday morning, 24.6″ had fallen at O’Hare compared to the normal of 23.9″ up to February 11.
(“Completely obliterated“, while dramatic, is also general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. As part of the global news blackout surrounding this subject, no specific information on the snow deficit is provided- ed)
February 12, 2018 – Rankin Inlet, Hudson Bay – Arctic dips to 76F below zero: ‘Some of the coldest temperatures that people have ever experienced’
Schools in the south get “snow days” though when you get to the 60-degree latitudes school closures are “cold days”…usually accompanied by some snow as well. When temperatures fall to -60C (-76F) with the windchill or more than just about everyone will stay home and not risk going outside and expose skin. For the past few days, schools have cautiously remained closed.
“I don’t remember the last time we actually closed due to weather. This is a bit of an extreme,” said Mike Osmond, chair of the Rankin Inlet District Education Authority.
Temperatures are getting to –40 C (-40 F) before the windchill and when the winds are factored in, it feels colder than –60 C (-76F).
February 12, 2018 – Record High Snowfall to Begin February Observed
The weekend was a snowy one across the KCII listening area and it is the most snow to start February in Washington on record.
According to the National Weather Service, Washington received about 7.2 inches with 1.2 inches Friday, 4.2 inches Saturday, and 1.8 inches Sunday. So far this month, Washington has received 15.6 inches of snowfall, the record high for the first 12 days of February.
(“record high”, “a snowy one” and “the most snow” are all general. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. To maintain the global news blackout on this subject, this story contains no specific nformation whatsoever about the previous record – ed)Subscribe Share on Facebook