Friday, June 21, 2019

SUMMER begins with rain in Los Angeles

Seth Auberon, Pat Macpherson, Pfc. Sandoval, Crystal Q., Dhr. Seven, Wisdom Quarterly

Summer starts with DisclosureFest, L.A.
The summer solstice marks the official beginning of the summer season. The unofficial start was weeks ago, during the long weekend. We're supposed to believe that today is the longest day of the year? Not by our watches. As summer waxes, daylight seems to lengthen with rising temperatures. But no one is allowed to question the standard model of moving balls in space and angles and tilts and so much nonsense that professors at Caltech can hardly defend their ridiculous positions when asked.

Our moon (Luna, Soma, Chandra) is artificial
For instance, remember the last big solar eclipse visible moving from the Oregon coast to New York and beyond? No one seemed to ask why the moon's shadow was traveling west to east when the sun (Sol, Surya) moves west with the moon (Luna, Soma, Chandra). Think about it. It will blow the minds of anyone who actually thinks about it for a minute. Draw a diagram. The realization overturns everything we're told. Yet no one questions it. Try to ask professional scientists and listen to them change the subject and rationalize. What is the solution? "Solar eclipses" are NOT caused by the moon but by a celestial body called Rahu. That's the Buddhist position, and it makes sense, except that Rahu (called a "lunar node" to obscure and/or reconcile things) is not recognized as a body in space. Where are our skywatchers who have studied the ancient Eastern texts, Buddhist and otherwise?

Weather and climate
As "global warming" worsens, as temperatures steadily rise without letting up (which if one looks into it is not actually happening), look at those pictures of iceberg chunks and swimming polar bears on the prowl. They swim on purpose not because everything is melting. It looks like the media machine and climate alarmists, and gatekeeper-scientists are on the same page. The world is ending! It's raining (drizzling) in L.A. and 30 degrees on the snowy slopes of Mammoth Mountain. Time to go skiing to worry about why we keep polluting the planet, acidifying the seas, and arguing when (not if) the U.S.should start a war on Iran. The Empire needs war, industry needs pollution, so don't look up and do not question authority. Things are not what they seem, and it's better you don't know. The Matrix needs your cooperation to stay in place.

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