Photos about 2 hours after fires started (11/08/18)
What Do You Think These UFO’s Are?
Some of the photos look like an electronically “cloaked” helicopter, others a UFO.
Alien anti-gravity craft or US Secret Space War craft are both anti-gravity craft and have electronic capability and “biomorphic” image shape-shifting ability (as a created illusion for observers).
Conclusion is high tech – Task Force 160 “Night Stalkers” which uses high tech helicopters that are equipped with special infrared and special radar guidance systems and can fly at night and through smoke. They could have been there lighting the fires or just for observation. If they were there they would have to have been involved to make sure they didn’t get hit by the orbital to ground high powered lasers and/or particle beams.
Paradise Fire in Butte County, California
The bigger helicopter is at 13:06 and a smaller drone or something at 13:05 left side screen 3/4 up. It’s quick. And then one at 5:00 minutes in difficult to catch.
Video is from Ca. Senate Meeting Jan. 26, 2018 held in Santa Rosa, Ca. on ENERGY, UTILITIES AND COMMUNICATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON GAS, ELECTRIC AND TRANSPORTATION SAFETY.
Deborah Tavares Presents Oral Comments at 1:05.30 AND 3:54.22
Meeting panel included Ca. Senator Mike McGuire, CALFire Chief Ken Pimlott, President Cal. Public Utilities Commission Michael Picker, and more.
1:00.02 “We are one event away in the Sierra from having an uncontrollable firestorm.”
1:00.15 “I think you said in a previous hearing [this would be] – the potential worst crisis in your career’s history, and you’ve had a lot of bad ones.”
1:01.07 “We are not prepared.”
1:01.23 “We had fires at Christmastime in 2015 in Humboldt County, which is one of the wettest spots on earth.”
1:50.40 “we know that the disasters that we’ve had continue to stare us down because it’s gonna happen again…”
1:51.13 “because it’s not just about new development. Coffee Park is two miles into the city. If you live in Larkfield or if you live in Coffee Park, what you always thought was…. we always thought we were going to be hit with an earthquake.”
1:51:30 “There is no way in hell that we thought that 1300 homes would be burned down in Coffee Park – it was impossible. There’s no Wildland Interface, it’s across 6 lanes of a highway, and there’s a lot of pavement in between where Coffee Park and where that fire came from Calistoga.”
1:51:58 “Where I think our new normal is…the size and scope and the severity of those wildland fire events, now are coming in and threatening entire cities, that just 10 years ago would have never thought something like this could have happened.”
2:54:00 List to PG&E discuss turning the power off and why the utility did not de-energize the grid
The Camp Fire in Paradise, California began on November 8th of last year, destroying over 153,000 acres before finally being put out over a month later on December 14th. Over 13,000 homes and hundreds of businesses were destroyed, with more than half of this damage described as occurring within the first four hours.
The anomalies of the Camp Fire were ignored by the mainstream media and were only reported on a handful of independent websites, including ForbiddenKnowledgeTV.net.
Fires were observed burning at temperatures at least three times hotter than an average house fire; hot enough to melt aluminum and glass, reducing homes to pure ash yet leaving plastic trash cans beside them untouched.
Most of us are familiar with how microwave ovens heat and interact with foods and how this differs from the effects of thermal or convection ovens. We know that plastics are “microwave safe”, whereas metals explode violently when subjected microwaves. The effects of the NorCal fires of the past couple of years have been widely observed to resemble the effects one might expect to see from directed microwave radiation or masers.
Maser is the acronym for “microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”. Likewise, laser is the acronym for “light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”. Both masers and lasers are forms of amplified, coherent, electromagnetic radiation and both frequency ranges are used in various Directed Energy Weapons (DEWs). DEWs are a newer class of weapons that are starting to come into wider use.
The SupposedlyShelly YouTube channel interviewed retired California firemen, John Lord and Matt (last name withheld) about the anomalies they’ve observed and both were left to conclude that DEWs were involved. The firemen reported that plastics attached to metal completely melted while plastics standing alone withstood what must have been extraordinary heat. Other investigators observed how guardrails caught fire at the points where the metal bolts connected to the wood. DEWs could produce these effects.
travel at light-speed and have near infinite range and thus be suitable for use in space warfare.
be land-based, mounted on planes, drones, satellites or Boeing X-37s.
have pinpoint accuracy.
One disturbing effect mentioned by the firemen that I hadn’t seen until I saw this video was the anomalous scarring along large swathes of forest, with the rest untouched.
The question of course is why the innocent populace of Paradise would be the target of a diabolical stealth attack using advanced weapons – and by whom?
Rumors swirled about a high-speed railway and gold reserves discovered in the Paradise area but the most pervasive rumors involved the UN’s Agenda 21 action plan and a Globalist plot to declare designated areas unfit for human habitation; to deny property rights, to undermine US sovereignty and to herd any survivors into megacities, with the goal of subjugating humanity to an “eco-totalitarian” regime.
While crazy-sounding and unbelievable, one cannot deny that mainstream media hosts were heard casually discussing whether people should be allowed to rebuild in Paradise.
Last Wednesday, the missing persons call center for those who were unaccounted for during the Camp Firewas closed down. Butte County officials were able to locate 3,200 people, with three individuals still considered missing, according to the sheriff’s office. Four victims have not yet been named, deputies said. The Camp Fire was the deadliest fire in California’s history, claiming 86 lives.