Dutchsinse: Microwave Pulse Gives Rise to Typhoon Haiyan on Nov 8, 2013

Published on 8 Nov 2013

ALL LINKS BELOW! CNN, Weather Channel, and Dr. Michio Kaku .. explaining frequency induced weather. Please share , (or) Click the remix button to get a copy for yourself.

The worlds strongest storm in recorded history, Typhoon Haiyan (also named Yolanda), with sustained winds reaching 195mph — gusts up to 235mph.

This massive storm originally began its rotation , was born out of a microwave anomaly in the West Pacific. This video discusses the findings, and possible origin of the microwave pulse. Coming from where???! US Airforce base near the location, the base is a satellite communications hub.



The MIMIC/SSEC images discussed can be found here:



West Pacific:




Climate viewer can be used here:


MUST SEE page of all works found regarding weather modification — everything found by each researcher assembled here in an easy to decipher format!! thanks to Jim Lee (R3zn8D)


Microwave pulse produces two tropical systems Francisco and Wipha:



2nd Microwave pulse produces Typhoon Krosa:



3rd microwave pulse creates typhoon Lekima:



Earthquake beneath Japans Typhoons Francisco and Lekima as they passed over … greater than 7.0M :



For more go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzxTXk1JCFw

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2 Responses to Dutchsinse: Microwave Pulse Gives Rise to Typhoon Haiyan on Nov 8, 2013

  1. Sarah says:

    I did wonder about that. I have had a look back on Rapid Response plenty to see. This makes it all very clear that war is being waged. Just not the sort we are familiar with.

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