South Canterbury Sky Watch: Cyclone Lusi Engineered

South Canterbury Sky Watch

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3 Responses to South Canterbury Sky Watch: Cyclone Lusi Engineered

  1. Ian Mitchell says:

    I saw this on the MetService.com Weather map. It totally ripped the core out of the Cyclone. Just a quick comment about Ken, the moon man. I have his book, Weather Almanac, and in it he says we will not here the ‘d’ word mentioned this year. (Drought). So far, the weather has come when he said, but very little rain has fallen. So far the Waikato has had a total of 45 mm, compared to Ken’s predictions of 285 mm. If you don’t look at things with a open mind, you can’t see what is really going on.

  2. South Canterbury Sky Watch says:

    Yes Ian, you are right about ripping the guts out of it. I had watched this cyclone for about 5 days and when that got close to New Zealand, it got whacked. Hard to say if that was to spread the load or hmmmm, who knows but that was a very strange belt of power, microwave or who knows.
    You mention the Waikato, which drew me to a clipping I cut out of the paper yesterday (20th March 2014) titled “AVIAN BOTULISM” and it goes on about the killing of thousands of birds in Waikato.
    I came across an interesting article a while ago, still have not had time to check it out and read it but, if anyone is interested, check out this:
    http://www.who.int/globalchange/publications/climatechangechap6.pdf
    Then for anyone who wants an eye opener, check out:
    http://www.end-times-prophecy.org/animal-deaths-birds-fish-end-times.html
    With a lot of the fishes, there seems to be a common problem, lack of oxygen.
    And here is another site
    http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/category/mass-animal-deaths/animal-extinction/

    • In regard to your comment about the reason the cyclone was engineered, my guess is that its potential to produce rain was hugely reduced as the weather warfare planners have regions in New Zealand, including the west of Northland and the Waikato, earmarked for severe drought.
      Parts of Waikato received very little rain during the period cyclone Lusi was around, I understand. We are soon to get a post from a farmer who lives in this region I hope. Watch this space.

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