Posted on January 15, 2022 Updated on November 8, 2022
Companion video to this post and this post. ~Vic
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WOW!! It has a funnel in the middle!
Yeah. It was really scary. I was wondering, as I was filming, if I was going to have to run back into the Food Lion.
Manufactured chemical clouds. You ever follow Carol at NeverLoseTruth? She’s got a great playlist on weather modification/geoengineering where she points out the ‘nanobot’ explosion that causes these ‘storm clouds’ that bring no storm. With the electromagnetic cloud seeding from what I understand some of these air masses are meant to direct the precipitation elsewhere and some of it is for chemical ice nucleation to manufacture winter weather. You probably already listen to Dane at GeoengineeringWatch.org right? He talks a lot about this too.
Yeah. Weather manipulation isn’t discussed by the MSM but, it’s a real thing. My group knows about it.
Is Never Lose Truth a blog? I am unfamiliar with Carol. Got a link?
I am familiar with Geoengineering Watch and go there, occasionally. Does Dane own the website?
I’m not sure if it’s actually his site, or a collaboration, but I listen to his ‘bad news broadcast’ every week, even though it’s rather repetitive, it’s kinda like church for me, hehe.
Here’s Carol’s channel on Bitchute and YT, she has a few, keeps getting deplatformed, of course—I love her, Hubby not, makes me turn her off when he’s in the room! (Men rarely like angry women I find, go figure.) 🙂
Thanks, Momma. I had my trusty Samsung S5 back then. I walked out of the store and was shocked. I got a lot of pictures, too.
Oh my, scary! But also mesmerizing at the same time! Hope it passed with not too much of a storm or wind.
Not a thing happened. It swirled and hovered but, it made no sound. There was very little wind and there was no rain. It faded out into a gorgeous, golden sunset.
Wow! Your typical roll cloud … lucky no tornados broke loose …
I was a bit nervous as I was recording. I was ready to take off, back to the store, if necessary.
This area isn’t prone to tornadoes. The last one this town had was in late 1992 and it ripped the roof off of the local DMV office and killed a few folks:
wow…looks ike the end of the world
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