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News Briefs 29-07-2013

Remember that story about 5 years ago about two guys in Peru (or some country in SA) seeing a UFO fly into the Earth, and then hearing the sound of huge machines deep underground when they went to investigate? I’ve been looking for a follow-up on that story ever since. Anybody else think those ‘underground alien machines’ are what’s making the hum that’s driving people crazy?

Quote of the Day:

Sighing has become my daily food. My groans pour out like water.

Job, in the Bible.

    1. Well there is one here

      It is 1:30am and I am still awake!!!
      I live in an old shack in the bush and ever since coming back from the Nexus Conference I have been hearing a sort of humming and rumbling noise at night.
      I have wandered about widely at night trying to find the source, or even the direction, without any success.
      In the still night air I can hear big trucks on the highway about 6 kms away. I can determine the direction and hear them change gears so it has nothing to do with constant noise.
      I am in the nominated age group (55 to 70) and I have tinnitus. I have asked my neighbours and nobody else can hear it. I was starting to think that I was imagining it until I saw the article.

      Only about 2 percent can hear the sound so it looks like I am going to have to learn to live with it.


        1. The Snowden Job
          Here is a story that if true causes me to wonder if Snowden is in fact an agent of fear purposefully promoted to international prominence in order to intimidate activists as Naomi Wolfe and others speculated earlier in the summer. Following this chain of evidence presented here to its logical conclusion every actvist and whistleblower would be checked into a mental hospital or dead by now. There would also be a lot of collateral damage to people nearby the target. I suspect that cell towers and such can be used to influence emotional states and anxiety levels in the general population, but I don’t think it can be used to specifically pinpoint individuals and kill them…yet. If Snowden actually saw such information I would bet it was purposefully given to him so that he would disseminate it publicly. It would be in keeping with the fear/terror message being disseminated by he goveamedia. Bo


          MOSCOW, Russia – Edward Snowden, NSA whistleblower and fugitive, released documents Tuesday to Internet Chronicle reporters proving that the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP, is definitively engaged in a program of assassination and mind control.
          While the military prison industrial complex has routinely insisted that the Alaskan-based HAARP is only meant to study natural phenomena in earth’s ionosphere, Snowden has managed to blow open a brutally massive charade.
          “The HAARP research station,” he said, “strategically based away from prying eyes near Gakona, Alaska, is actually used to terminate or manipulate would-be dissidents of global capitalism on the scale of millions of people.”
          Added Snowden, using finger quotes, “With these terrestrial antennas, NATO [the North Atlantic Treaty Organization] is able to, on a global scale, remotely silence ‘perpetrators’ of ‘deviant or subversive’ strains of thought.”
          Unbeknownst to victims or their loved ones, HAARP projects ultra-high-powered radio waves. Those waves operate at the same electronic frequency as the truncus encephali, or brain stem, selectively inducing deaths seemingly by natural causes – including by some appearing to coroners as innocuous as strokes or heart attacks.
          “When and if the intelligence community doesn’t view outright assassination as an optimal effect,” said Snowden, “‘they’ can simply make a ‘target’ act in an insane fashion, in order to discredit them. When we were in transit between Hong Kong and Moscow, WikiLeaks staff and I had to fend off the constant threat of radio-generated homicidal delusions.”
          Quickly ushering staff into his lavish room at Sheremetyevo Airport’s Hotel Novotel, the former NSA contractor quickly began to explain himself. Due to confidentiality agreements with the 30-year-old, formerly of Booz Allen Hamilton, the Chronicle cannot elaborate beyond the point that he has outfitted his entire flat to be a thoroughly functioning Faraday cage.
          Swowden’s haphazardly constructed Faraday cage, he claims, can block interference from external static and nonstatic electric fields.
          “Without it,” he says, “I would have been dead the moment The Guardian‘s first story went to print.”
          Snowden’s bolstered his testimony with HAARP documents gleaned from the private email accounts of officials as high-ranking as admirals and Air Force brigadier generals. Sources within the intelligence community have confirmed to The Internet Chronicle the authenticity of these documents, as well as their horrifying ramifications for human dignity.
          Snowden’s testimony appears to be partially in line with that of a U.S. senator’s brother, in 2009. It was then that he, Nick Begich, told “Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura” that “just to affect the brain with emotional state changes is so easily accomplished” with HAARP’.

          1. Of course, there are at least
            Of course, there are at least several HAARP like facilities around the world,

  1. Bosses
    morning…july 29, 2013…the office…

    (The following really did happen)

    *Intern walks in after unsuccessfully trying to fax an expense report*

    Intern: “Good Morning!”

    Boss: *mumble*

    Intern: “What?”

    Me: “Run…”

    Intern: “What?!”

    Boss: *low growl*

    Me: “We only have a few more seconds…RUN!!!”

    Intern: “What?!”

    Boss: *growls louder*


    Intern: But all I said was I couldn’t fax the report because the fax machine was down…again.”



    *loud explosion*

    Me: “I told you not to give him bad news on Mondays!”

    (I required 32 stitches) 😛

    1. I call BS
      There’s no way that story happened!

      An American office still using a fax machine in the 2nd decade of the XXIst century?? Yeah right… 😛

      1. Faxxored
        [quote=red pill junkie]There’s no way that story happened!

        An American office still using a fax machine in the 2nd decade of the XXIst century?? Yeah right… :P[/quote]

        Faxes are still big in Japan. In today’s age of cyber spying, the Russians are reverting back to typewriters. So don’t laugh, we’ll be typing up our news briefs and faxing them to Greg very soon. 😛

      2. LOL
        Yes! We still use a fax! and it really was malfunctioning. Although the explosion wasn’t from my boss…it was from someone trying to microwave their lunch and it went everywhere…



        HAARP like facilities around the world.

        Underground machinery noises – authors such as Jack Lapseritis and Ellen Crystal reported numerous instances of underground machinery noises in the vicinity of UFO landing spots and highly trafficked areas. The sound is often described as being similar to the sound of a generator or lawnmower revving up and down.

          1. I think the point is that
            I think the point is that large arrays of receivers and transmitters can be used to screw with the atmosphere, weather, and people. I doubt that Arecibo has been used that way, but it could be. It doesn’t require a HAARP array to modify the atmosphere or mess with people’s emotions – a cluster of cell phone towers will do.

          2. A cluster of cell phone towers
            Following that logic, then EVERY cluster of electronic transmitters could be ascribed a nefarious intent.

            And if that’s the case, then why worry about it? It would be as pointless as complaining that the air oxidizes metals.

          3. That’s sort of like saying
            That’s sort of like saying all the major powers are war mongerers – why worry about it, or like saying “Hey chemtrails are everywhere – why worry about it? Or say 200 years ag – “hey everybody is subject to catching smallpox – why worry about it?”
            I worry about electromagnetic tomfoolery to the extent that I am involved in a material that allows one to take evasive action.
            The ubiquity of a problem does not disqualify it from being addressed.

          4. Inevitability
            At least with smallpox there was evidence to follow.

            Why I worry about is ascribing such a level of omnipresence to all these conspiracies. Because if you go down that path then everything that happens in your life, no matter how minuscule, becomes explainable by the action of the Illuminati –“it’s not my fault, it’s theirs!”

          5. Who dragged the Illuminati
            Who dragged the Illuminati into this?

            If you don’t think that current power structure would not use every available means to create unease in the population think again. They do it constantly with the fear mongering in the media, and since it is already scientifically demonstrable that electropollution causes disruption to the nervous system with anxiety and insomnia then a reasonable suspicion is that it is probably being used for such purposes here and there, but even if it isn’t being used in that manner willfully, the net effect of such sources of intense radiation is the same – disruption of the nervous system – no Illuminati required. Sorry Charlie, but I am not going to just “not worry about it.”

            You should also understand that orgoniteers, for instance, come from a place of direct experience – not theory.

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