Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, November 10, 2018, #170


Dane Wigington

The “Camp Fire” is now officially the most destructive wildfire in California history. This is a tragic fact following an entire summer of extreme fire destruction in the US west. The official narrative from Washington is that the extreme fires are due to a lack of forest management, this is a blatant lie. Fire season is now a year round threat in so many parts of the world, while constant deluge is occurring elsewhere. So much that once was, now is no more. Though many are still unaware or willfully blind, the changes that are unfolding are already impacting us all. The wheels that are turning will continue to accelerate with many factors already far past the breaking point. There are countless issues that cannot be hidden for much longer. The November 10th installment of Global Alert News is below.

Many have long since given up on any efforts toward the greater good. Yet, even at this late hour, others have resolved themselves to unyieldingly stand against the gathering storm. All of us are needed to help sound the alarm, all of us. Sharing credible data from a credible source is key, make every day count.

Geoengineering Watch wishes to express our most sincere gratitude to Maciej Kocialkowski for his tireless work toward raising awareness on the critical issue of climate engineering. The geoengineering awareness booth in the photos below was set up at the Historical Train Depot farmers market in Punta Gorda, Florida (11/10/18). Maciej has also translated flyers into Polish and personally distributed them in his homeland of Poland.

Our thanks to Mike Torrence for continuing with his efforts to raise awareness at the Tonasket farmer's market in Washington State (11/8/18).

This week's outreach booth is at the Washington State Fair Events Center, Puyallup, Washington, and is shown below. My most sincere and continuing gratitude to the Gem Faire exhibition organizers for facilitating and setting up this very effective booth in every week's Gem Faire location. The schedule for upcoming Gem Faire events is HERE. A booth will be at all events, thanks to the steadfast support of Gem Faire.

148 Responses to Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, November 10, 2018, #170

  1. Marco P Zavala says:

    For those that are not aware (I just found out through a google search about a University, (UNIVERSY OF OXFORD, James Martin 21st Century School) offering the Oxford Geoengineering Programme, where openly indicates the introduction of stratospheric aerosols (Chemtrails) courses, CRAZY as it is, now the Univesities are going to carry Curriculums on how to keep poisoning mother earth, please refer to this link to access directly that web page

    My most cincere gratitude and admiration to Mr Dane Wigington for all his efforts in his involvement and fight to stop this Crazines of so called "Geoengineering", this is Total Madness on part part of the Elites and all those involved be it the military industrial complex, the Gobernment of the United States of America incorporated, and the gobernments of the different countries where all this spraying is being done (I guess the Elites have been able to "Bribe and Buy as many goberments as needed, and well now that I think about it,  when you control and own all the central banks you can print all the money you want to pay all those sold out politicians). I've been searching and studing about most all those maladies that affect our world today (from the iluminaties, bankers, corporations, David icke, Jordan Maxwell, 911, US History, and there are a lot of things that need our attention but I agree 100% with Dane about this Geoengineering madness to be the number one issue short of an all out nuclear war, count with one more activist Mr. Wigington to joing the ranks of concerned parents and individuals willing to do what is necesary to stop this Madness.

    • Dane Wigington says:

      Hello, Marco, thank you very much for your support, very glad to have you in this battle with us. It is our collective efforts that can yet make a difference.

  2. Sylvia Sires says:

    Contains high and concerning levels of heavy metals, lead, mercury, dioxin, arsenic and other carcinogens and radio active materials.

  3. BaneB says:

    Malibu high school is caught between a rock and a hard place.  It's a localized cancer cluster in an area that is increasingly looking like one big regional cluster.  In researching the Rocket Dyne Woolsey Fire and the 1950s partial nuclear reactor meltdown at the Rocket Dyne property I found the attached blog from 2013 about Malibu High.  The thought was Fukushima was causing the cancer.  The school is located two blocks from the beach.  Nothing is mentioned about the contaminated RD property up wind east of Malibu.  Indeed, one has to suspect most people then, and now, knew nothing about RD and the nuclear meltdown.  It's the Woolsey Fire that has opened up a quiet "graveyard" containing multitudes of toxic chemicals and dangerous levels of radioactive detritus, structures, and contaminated soil.  There were numerous nuclear lab accidents throughout its history.  None of the reactors had containment structures.  Radiation was release many times into the atmosphere.  The bright boys were learning….and mistakes were not uncommon.  The property now belongs to Boeing.  For a number of years, due to activists demanding to cleaned it up, the various government, lawyers, and assorted site owners wrangled over legal complexities.  The lawyers became rich whilst nothing 'concrete' was achieved. And thus it remained until the entire cancer disseminating mess caught fire disseminating radiation and chemical toxins over the entire downwind region upon the wings of smoke and flames.  Malibu has been irradiated since the 1950's unbeknownst to those who live there. They now have a double helping and some (Fukushima).

  4. Blythe says:

    Interesting whats going on in london over climate change. Civil peaceful disobedience. 

  5. Dennie says:

    "This isn't the new normal, it's the new abnormal, and this new abnormal will continue."  — Jerry Brown, Governor of California

    OFA Marin team wants to take the lead for a major project (possibly a large event) on fire and climate change (Do I see an opportunity to get on the discussion and leaflet the place?). They added, "We need to talk about why." Their information included this video:

    Here's the response I sent my OFA Marin team this evening:

    Speaking of dust settling, we are being sprayed with mountains of nanoparticulate aluminum that, even at very low temperatures (100 degrees C), ignites with an explosive reaction:  Explosibility of nanoparticles  With this dust being discharged all over the planet it's little wonder we have such fast-moving explosive wild fires.  PG&E is not causing these fires to behave the way they do now– aluminum is, however.  I intend to forward this information to their legal team and start a very thorough public investigation of military and other agencies operations and their agendas in discharging toxic metal into our breathable air column.  NO discussion of climate change is complete without a thorough understanding of solar radiation management, stratospheric aerosolized injection and geoengineering.  Please visit to get up to speed on this critical topic that is being pointedly ignored.

    The highly visible over head discharge of nanoparticulate metals is part of something called "GEOENGINEERING," (look up "solar radiation management," "stratospheric aerosolized geoengineering" and stratospheric aerosolized injection")  There are over 100 patents over 100 years of weather modification inventions; the patent process is expensive and time-consuming– why would you not use your invention once you patent it?  Overhead atmospheric spraying of ionized metal particulates is part of the military's over-the-horizon communications ops and, when heated using ionsopheric heaters, the nanoparticulate metals have the capacity to move the jet stream via microwave (Nexrad system– much too powerful for what they're telling you they're for) transmissions.  Example:  Syria is being brought to it's knees for it's natural gas deposits by a program of droughting it's skies, moving rain-bearing clouds away from the country and causing it's people to flee to Europe.  There is NO doubt these spray programs are being deployed, and have been for quite some time– former CA State Dept. of Health drinking water testing records showed spikes in aluminum, barium and strontium in our drinking water all over the state of California starting in the 80s, now our drinking water is not tested for aluminum– WHY??  Afraid they'll find off-the-charts levels?  



  6. michael shaw says:

    The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.  Albert Einstein

  7. Bigbucky says:

    Why are they saying the mess out east is caused by a northeastern when it's been plain to me the front is coming from the gulf heading up the east coast???? V v

    am I upside down?? It looks like a southern front running into cold air or they have been doing this ice nucleation thing out front of it. 


  8. Kelly says:

    Your story about how you plowed an escape path for animals and how you saved the two bull frogs brought me to tears. You are such a kind man. This world is a better place because you are in it.

  9. Alan says:

    According to this morning's San Diego Union Tribune, the average temperature in San Diego over the first half of this month was four degrees above "normal".   

  10. Theo Radic says:

    There are many eloquent statements on this page, like that of Bane B. on his mountain. Everyone who is awake has his or her personal way to deal with the depression accompanying being awake. Mine is art, tai chi and meditation.

    Destruction occurring regularly in California was routine for the indigenous nations of this state, targets of "intentional malevolence" as one writer on this pages puts it. Genocide. We tend to forget this, or have never known this. The following map of the Bay Area in the 1770s shows the incredible density of sovereign indigenous nations once thriving here, a microcosm of all of California and the rest of North America:

    Sorrow is knowledge: they who know the most

    Must mourn the deepest o’er the fatal truth,

    The Tree of Knowledge is not that of Life.

    – Lord Byron


  11. jeanette S says:

    Hi everyone, those of you in ca. try to detox with something. I think that is where the depression is coming from. try to drink filtered water. try to get ahold of a mask. maybe showering to navy one to rinse hair and skin. there are many detox teas. dandelion salad. I have plants in the house and planter air filters and an evap. cooler. moisture in your body and home air will help your lungs to clean out. along with detoxers, pectin pulls heavy metals, charcoal, cilantro, green apples is where pectin comes from. pectin is also in cranberries why it jells. do your own homework. I have been making various teas in the evenings, the hot steam is moisture in the house and it heats, warms and detoxes, 

    • Sandy Patrus says:

      Also, FiJi water contains a lot of silica which removes aluminum from your body.  Spirulina and chlorella are good for detoxing too.

    • Dennie says:

      Folks, the toxic metal-laden smoke-fog hitting the S.F. Bay Area is not going to go away until next week.  "Someone" is seeing to it that the wind will no't blow, probably to stop the spread of the fires, so we have this toxic mass of garbage parked over us to contend with for a while.  I see all the schools were finally closed today.  I don't know what took so long, it's been horrible for some time.  And we are going to have to do a helluva lot more than just drinking detoxing teas.

    • Dennie says:

      Horsetail fern tea

  12. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Jerry Brown signs wildfire liability bill that helps PG&E
    Culminating months of debate over how to respond to massive wildfires that swept California last fall, destroying thousands of homes, Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed legislation that will make it easier for utility companies to pass on their liability costs to customers and bolster the state’s forest management efforts.
    “Wildfires in California aren’t going away, and we have to do everything possible to prevent them. This bill is complex and requires investment – but it’s absolutely necessary,” Brown said in a signing message for Senate Bill 901.
    The measure emerged from concerns that PG&E, whose equipment has been found responsible for causing at least a dozen fires in wine country last year, could be forced into bankruptcy by its legal responsibility for the property damage. The company faces up to $15 billion in liability, according to estimates from stock analysts.
    Utilities and electrical workers spent millions urging lawmakers to change state law, under which a company typically must provide compensation for property damage if its equipment, such as a downed power line, causes a fire, regardless of whether any negligence is proven.  But that sweeping change was dropped amid pushback from the homeowners insurance industry, which feared it would no longer be able to sue utility companies to recover payouts to policyholders. It argued that such a shift amounted to a “bailout” that would leave insurance companies holding the bag, leading to higher premiums or no coverage at all in fire-prone areas.
    SB 901 instructs the California Public Utilities Commission, when assessing damages, to determine whether a utility company behaved responsibly, complied with new plans to prevent fires or if extreme conditions exacerbated the destruction. It allows the commission for the first time to split costs between ratepayers and utility shareholders based on its findings.
    In the case of the 2017 wildfires, state regulators would also have to consider PG&E’s “financial status” and limit costs that ultimately fall on shareholders to the maximum amount the utility can pay without harming customers or affecting its ability to provide service. Any excess costs that the commission determines PG&E shareholders cannot afford could be tied into bonds that are paid by ratepayers over time, a strategy that all utility companies could use to finance recovery costs for future fires under certain conditions.
    The measure also designates $1 billion in cap-and-trade money, over five years, to the removal of dead trees and brush that fuel blazes, and creates an exemption in California logging regulations for small landowners to remove trees from their property.

  13. herb says:

    Wow just had a thought. So it looks like P.G.E. is going to be liable for the Camp fire in some way. Im thinking Dane should take a few of our lawyers down to PGE's office and tell them we could mitigate some of there losses. Looks like a real good way to get our foot in the door.Wouldnt it be wonderful to dispose a few scientists? Let's start with David Keith.

    • Dale K says:

      Wikipedia states that the population of Paradise at the time of the fire was approximately 26,000 persons. Those who did not perish in the blaze are struggling to find temporary living quarters, with winter fast approaching, that is very distressing, indeed.

      Drone footage shows the fire destruction, with home after home lost, in Paradise, California. 

      The whole town is gone.' Drone video reveals the scale of fire destruction in Paradise 
      Sacramento Bee | Nov 14

    • Dennie says:

      70-something known dead from the Camp Fire (Paradise, CA), 600 unaccounted for, 10,000 homes lost.  

    • Dennie says:

      As of yesterday, over 1,300 unaccounted for in the Camp (Butte County) fire.  Survivors are living in tents, in the cold, breathing the smoke.  There are no school gyms in which to house the survivors.  Where are all these people going to go?

  14. izzy says:


    From the horse's mouth –

    "A retired USAF brigadier general, Gen. Charles Jones, has been quoted from a public source as stating, "These white aircraft spray trails are the result of scientifically verifiable spraying of aluminum particles and other toxic heavy metals, polymers and chemicals."  

    "Millions of tons of aluminum and barium are being sprayed almost daily across the U.S., stated Mills, a former naval officer and UCLA graduate. "Just sprinkle aluminum or barium dust on a fire and see what happens.  It's near explosive.  When wildfires break out, the aluminum/barium dust results in levels of fire intensity so great as to cause firefighters to coin a new term  ̶ 'firenados,' "  he said. The entire U.S., in addition to various other NATO countries, are being sprayed.” 


  15. BaneB says:

    Well, I am only human. It's a bit of a cop out comment, but frankly something highly unusual has occurred to me over the past couple of weeks:  Damned near zero motivation to take care of chores around this tender dry "ranch."  Included in this has been a very unusual kind of low level depression, foreign to my general mental state. Someone else told me they are having the same symptom, being seemingly medicated as if on a downer drug. Is it in the smoke?  My best guess is the lack of natural weather such as rain and colder seasonal weather might be the core cause.  I look around here, and it's so very dry and sad to see.  I look up to a sky choked full of moisture-killing aerosol grunge.  I reside on a mountain.  It's  like a dry hay stack and not knowing when some public or private terrorist will lite the match and destroy my reality. So much work has gone into this place.  I refer to hand built structures, but more importantly what has been planted into the earth, the trees over a 26 year period.  Mind you this would never make for a Sunset Magazine spread (thankfully).  It's not just off the grid but just about off of everything referred to as the modern age.  Here it is, me at the near end of my life's curve having recognized decades ago in my teens that the social paradigm was not sustainable.  The dreadful prophetic consequence of the carbon-fueled advent of the Industrial Age is now arrived.  The perfect storm, myriads of implosions set to reinvent the Stone Age.  It's a hapless situation, noble sentient beings excessively proud of our vaunted intelligence, to discover in this latter day we are trapped with no way out.  I have my nerve whining about my downer following the complete obliteration of a city of 27,000. Paradise!  How ironic. The homeless, the loss of jobs.  The rising death toll.  The dead and scattered pets and wildlife.  So forgive me for taking the luxury of being depressed.  It's a conscious lament, a sense of helplessness in the face of overwhelming odds.  Dane, I really do not know how you maintain such an even keel, to accomplish all that you do to keep up the "drumbeat" sounding out loud and clear the facts about our dire global situation.   I appreciate your nobility.    Consciousness sleuthing into that dark night where there is the light of truth for scattering the Dracularians.

    • izzy says:

      I can relate. For my own part, I trace it to the psychological equivalent of ‘Diminishing Return On Investment”. We have arrived at a point where the rapidly unfolding planetary catastrophe makes any longer-term plans or activities, based on former assumptions, seem moot. It’s been a long time in the making, and now a Great Reckoning is upon us. But I’m an old guy, and I already had a good life. I feel especially bad for younger folks. If I was 25, I would probably be wild with fury at the stupidity of it all. The current arrangement is unraveling. Letting go is hard to do.

    • Michelle says:

      You have put words to my experience. Really well said. I send you a big hug.

    • patrick mcgowan says:

      Wow what a great post!!Bane    Im sure you are not alone  i feel same way at times,  Really gets depressing see milky skys all the time and dry as hell.   We must cont to do the best we can , Unfortunately i have to go to s f bay area soon , be w wife taking care of 91 year old uncle.  Really dislike  s f area.  But i am gratefull for my wonderfull home in tumalo.   You take care  shed off the blues, perhaps add some vitamins ect to help combat this continued chemical assault .  be safe enjoy best as you can.   in this together, god bless all.   Patrick Mcgowan

    • patrick mcgowan says:

      Dane,  we are forever thankful for your continued service. You are a hero to the cause and i as so many are in line to Help!  i live in tumalo Oregon and try to figure out my own plan of assistance . Sometimes Just down right depressing, how you have cont this fight is a miracle ,  I THANK YOU , AND STAND WITH YOU.    P McGowan

    • V. Susan Ferguson says:

      BaneB – How can we face such intentional malevolence without becoming depressed, sad, heart broken. It's natural. The evidence continues to pile up and it appears that the fires, death and destruction will not end. My heart goes out to you and thousands more. Our only Refuge is our Faith in the imperishable eternal Creator, the Great Spirit, in whatever form we choose to worship. God Bless the Remnant.

    • 'a' simple horseman says:

      BaneB, I read your contribution earlier this morning. Been thinking on it all day. I feel as you do in regards to what you wrote, sincerely. I would add only one more aspect to what you and I may be going through. Which would be that we have gone through the "fire season" which should long be over by now yet we are still haunted by what we know to be the physical realities just outside our door step. You and I could be burned out at the whim of a mad man. Didn't used to be that way. We had rain, the obnoxious pineapple express. My how I cursed it and now, oh how I long for it.

      From one off grid mountain dweller to another, Thank you for sharing.

    • DS says:

      I'd say depression is more of a chemical imbalance than a personal weakness.  Long time lurker, first time poster.  I recently stayed a stint in Summit County Colorado, and the spraying was nonstop.   A great deal of folks I encountered had a persistent cough.  This may have been due to the lack of humidity, but I can't dispel the notion that bacterial agents are being released.  Hard to say for sure.  At any rate, I know of the malaise that you're referencing.  It manifests in different ways between different people.  I've found boosting my copper intake along with selenium magnesium and zinc are helpful to maintaining a steady state of mind.  I'm no doctor, but I'd like to help if I can. 

  16. Sandy Patrus says:

    I want to start off by expressing my deepest sympathy to those who lost loved ones in these recent fires.  I have been watching video after video of these fires in California and there is nothing normal about them.  If it were not for the many people out there with their phones taking videos, and doing their own reporting, we would never see the true destruction caused by whatever desinagrated these structures while trees nearby were untouched.  I have never seen anything like it before  The people whose houses are gone, have lost everything including loved ones in this total devastation caused by something, and I hope no stone is unturned in finding out the truth to how these fires actually started.  

    • Dennie says:

      It's all about PG&E liability.  And NOT ONE WORD about the massively denied massive spraying of incendiary toxic aluminum nanoparticulate metals.  

  17. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    National Guard to search for victims of California's deadliest fire
    Stewart Morrow, an official of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire), was assessing damage to homes in Paradise, comparing piles of charred rubble where houses once stood with online photos of the structures before the fire. He also was keeping an eye out for human remains.
    “I’ve been a firefighter for 20 years and I’ve never seen a place so destroyed,” Morrow told Reuters on Wednesday. “It’s unreal.”
    A group of three law firms representing multiple victims of the Camp Fire has filed a lawsuit against Pacific Gas & Electric (PCG.N) alleging PG&E failed to properly maintain and replace its equipment and that “its inexcusable behavior” contributed to the cause of the Camp Fire.
    U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and California Governor Jerry Brown were scheduled to tour the area, as well as the site of the Woolsey Fire, where two people have died about 40 miles west of Los Angeles. U.S. President Donald Trump has declared both to be disaster areas, making federal emergency assistance more readily available.

  18. Ron Marr says:

    It's normal now, I don't sleep well. With a major cell tower three blocks away at the High School and Junior High…I can feel when they turn it up and turn it down. They turn it up around midnight, I hear the loud buzz and my body convulses…this goes on for two hours before there is rest. last night was different…there was no loud buzz…I could feel it in my head and heart while my body convulsed as I tossed and turned for, again, two hours. I am not complaining…this is the world we helped them create….it is in this sense that responsibility is liberty; the more you are aware of your freedom to choose…I believe that we do not take back control of our minds unless we exercise our responsibility of choice which is liberty and freedom without approval from anyone….We only need to return to consciousness to see beyond the hypnosis of the fake reality…that everything is infinite, including us….Julius Caesar was very conscious of his fate…he understood…he was the an instrument..possessed by a bloodline that made him an irresponsible man capable of bringing upon Rome all the ills that a state can suffer…he believed he was chosen for his limitations and not his strength and that the daimon in him, a stranger, did not allow him to reflect…that instantaneous operation of Rome became, where he did not confide in anyone…and held the title of dictator…he understood it was the same god his soldiers worshiped and the people prayed to in the morning….The thing that perplexed Caesar most was the people that hated him…people like Brutus,Cato and others…they called for a new government and freedom…he knew they did not really understand freedom…that to change a government would only retain the hypnosis of freedom in a fake reality through the illusion of change…unless they understood the bloodline they could never have true freedom…they will keep putting people in place over and over again and again for 2000 years and today….We must stop participating in our own destruction and their fake reality and celebrate our illusion of life…while looking ourselves in the eye.  

    • Dennie says:

      "I am not complaining…this is the world we helped them create….it is in this sense that responsibility is liberty; the more you are aware of your freedom to choose…I believe that we do not take back control of our minds unless we exercise our responsibility of choice which is liberty and freedom without approval from anyone….We only need to return to consciousness to see beyond the hypnosis of the fake reality…We must stop participating in our own destruction and their fake reality and celebrate our illusion of life…while looking ourselves in the eye." — Ron Marr

      Exactly.  The more of a grown up you are the more it becomes clear that NO ONE is going to come down here, sprinkle magic fairy dust and fix this massive complicated dirty mess for you– it's a do-it-yourself job requiring much hard work and dedication on the part of many real grown-ups who also understand it is their duty to teach their children the facts of reality.

      It's the "Useless Eater" mentality of the dead weight of society, their lack of consciousness and lack of cognition regarding the facts of their state of mind that enables the abusers to continue their Victim/Abuser games and the lack of honest reality programming that makes it all possible.  WE have major dogs in the fight with our lack of informedness and lack of consciousness of the dynamics of personal power and it's ramifications in the larger realm of power dynamics.  Grok that.  Then DO something, TAKE ACTION!!!!

      Here are quotes by that great leader, Eleanor Roosevelt, who led here (or tried) during earlier dark times:

      "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." 

      "A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it's in hot water." 

      "Do one thing every day that scares you."  

      Like get involved in the movement to close U.S. military bases on foreign lands

    • 'a' simple horseman says:

      Ron Marr, I always enjoy reading your contributions. Many times here you have written that "we must stop participating" and in this last contribution, "stop participating in our own destruction". In a lot of ways, I never got started participating. I saw through the smoke and mirrors  I've not participated in to many to mention here. We in society have one real and tangible "vote". "Where you lay our money down". Personally, I've never coveted what my neighbor has, been to busy "voting for myself" by keeping my dollars in my pocket until I 'needed' something, not want. We've lost our "independence". Many would shrug that statement off saying to themselves, "tell me something I don't know". I challenge anyone this: Leave your tracking devise in one spot and leave it there "all day". Go about your daily business and see how much more "independent" you feel. (I can feel the panic of many with even pondering such a thought). Get just a land line phone. If you're not home they'll leave a message on an old fashioned answering machine. I've been doing business for decades with only those means and I'm not starving. The friends I have are real. I know this because I talk to them face to face. I wonder how many understand that it is OK to completely turn off the power to your house at night? It's called a main breaker. This is especially true if you have a wood or natural gas/propane heating stove. Ron and ALL, there are sooooo many ways to "stop participating". I could go on for days about how I have, what I feel is, not participating. The quality of my life has been good to me. The more I put trust into my beliefs, the greater my "craftsmanship" becomes. "It would only be natural". "What lies without, will create what lies within". "Shed the bonds that hold you back" is a phrase that comes to mind there. I think it's biblical, not sure. If not it should be.

    • Ron Marr says:

      Thank you , Dennie and 'a' simple horseman. I know…I always say stop participating…it really wasn't what, I say, that I wanted acknowledged in the post above… If one can get through the political and historical bias about Caesar…one can find he revealed the problem with human existence…that we must confront or parish…that's the fear side of things…but, because we are an expanse of the universe and bring the life to this fake reality…our consciousness alone can destroy their illusion of plans of destruction, chaos, wars, murder…if we stop participating and that's a big IF!  Someone said that knowledge is power…not if we confuse it with education…not if we think a politician will put things in our favor…not if we think laws will protect us…not if we think it is not my problem…if we think destruction is one big alteration, that can't be done in a slow methodical process…the burning of California? The Rothschild own all the electrical grid, regardless of it's name…across the United States and around the world…and no doubt feel successful in the burning of Paradise, Redding, Santa Rosa, Malibu and other forest in the Northwest and around the world. The corporation, The United States of America, closed it's headquarters in Puerto Rico, in 2012 and everything sold out from under us…mostly to China. Their process into Agenda 21 was implemented by Bill Clinton back in the nineties…their motto 'For the Greater Good' a process of depopulation and sustainable living and housing and bike lanes for who ever is left, because the humans will not be allowed in the forest or wilderness…They threw in a few false flags of murder recently, too…but we can't panic over their antics and chaos…they have NO regard for life…they cannot kill it…they fear individual initiative, and our consciousness, period…We need everyone! It can't be about the greater good…until we have that initiative within ourselves…until we have consciousness…too act!  Ignorance…is not understanding the problem…over and over…as Caesar pointed out 2000 years ago…it's our problem now…it always has been! You know the rules…Do your own research. 

    • Mary Hollowell says:

      review of 1996 (i.e., Gloria Naylor's fictional account of NSA surveillance)

  19. Paul Vonharnish says:

    Dennie posted a link to a Leonard Cohen's "Everybody Knows" and the lyrics pretty much explain the situation at hand. Cohen was truly a brilliant writer… Thank you Dennie.

    Here's another quote from a Victorian woman who thought about human "situations" and the common results of selective ignorance. >

    “Knowledge is power; but who hath duly considered the power of Ignorance?  Knowledge slowly builds up what Ignorance in an hour pulls down.  Knowledge, through patient and frugal centuries, enlarges discovery and makes record of it;  Ignorance, wanting its day’s dinner, lights a fire with the record, and gives a flavor to its one roast with the burned souls of many generations.”

    From the novel “Daniel Deronda”- Mary Anne Evans –

    (November 22, 1819 – December 22, 1880)

  20. Nancy S. says:

    Oh yeah, and Howie collaborates with Nik Kershaw, who is quite the environmentalist and a smart guy too.

    In honor of where we want to go with all of this, another post. This one came out in the 1980's too. We have seen so much of this coming down the pikes at us, for a long time….

    Wish I could be more positive today, sometimes it just needs to come out. I'm sure  Dane can relate to this one:

    "Make it plastic, make it pay, use it up and throw it away. Make another just the same, more or less. Burn our time down size, send it up into the skies. Hide the evidence of lies, what a mess…."

    Good callin' a spade a spade song. (Don't know about you all, but I'm really ANGRY about what is being done to the innocent and unsuspecting!) We must engage "them" in a productive manner and through the apparatus of law and non-violent civil disobedience, protest.

    We must not engage at the level where the Apparatachik can be brought to bear on us. There must be peaceful ways to educate, move forward, and make a difference.

    My thanks to all of you who are spreading the word about geoengineering, SRM, HAARP (and the like). I'm near Sacramento and would like to partner with anyone nearby in putting on an exhibit. Dane knows how to reach me. Nancy near Davis/Woodland. Something I would need help to do, but would like to partner on doing an event & I'm near UC Davis and the Davis Farmer's Market (one of the very best in the whole US and a GREAT place. Full of highly "awake," aware, and open minded, educated people.)

  21. NS says:

    I'm not sure Howie (Howard Jones the musician in England) believes in Geoengineering or understands it yet. he appears to subscribe to the "classic" man-made global warming hypotheses, but am not sure.

    But he understands there are technologies afoot with largely mis-understood effects, or effects not known to most of us in society at large,

    Howard wrote, "Those Who Move Clouds" and wrote about that subject a very long time ago too. Perhaps that was written in reference to Wilhelm Reich's work – but he came out with that around the time HAARP began running. So I've always had to wonder if he has known for a long time. Pretty visionary guy, IMHO.

  22. NS says:

    Speaking of the ever-changing weather forecast, check this one out from Weather Channel for today (Nov. 13 soon to be Nov. 14). Note the 40% and higher probability of precipitation forecasted for NW Sacramento beginning around Nov. 21. That appears to extend through Nov. 27, with 20% likelihood on Nov. 26-27.

    Maybe "they" do intend to give us a break so as not to look too suspicious.

    Hmmn, predicting now that people have been outright burned alive several times in Cali w/o possibility of escape, a lot of people here will begin to take notice. This is too strange for people not to notice, even the ones who accept the status quo. But then, perhaps we've not yet surmised what the preposterous lies will be which will be shoved out there by way of CYA (cover your rear).

    But then, on the other hand, what better way to wreak havoc downstream, down the watersheds and onto the flood plains than by unleashing a large amount of precipitation in the form of rain to run off?

    Have sadly begun to think like these nefarious monsters by way of self defense. As a means of trying to second guess them. These are crafty devils in high places….

    Am utterly sickened by knowing of people have died on multiple recent occasions in California while trying to/being unable to flee.

    Dying in their homes, cars, and while trying to flee – people just like you and me, who stood NO CHANCE of surviving.

    This is just criminal. Insanely criminal.

    Ugh, and the statement by the man who worked at (was it?) Raytheon was disgusting, just loathesome, too. How can people sit around and casually chat about ways to facillitate murder, pillage, plunder? Is that in the courrse of a normal day's work for these monsters?

    There must be a special place in reserved in Hell for some of these people.

    At times like these, the only thing that helps is to remember divine justice will one day prevail. That's the hope I cling to….


    Posting a link to a song called, "Fresh Aire Waltz," an old favorite. We could surely all use a breath of fresh air, couldn't we?

    "…Not the stale bread from the failing bitter table,                              It's so hard, where's the justice we cry?                                             It's there, and will follow us 'til the day we die                                'Til the day that we die…."             

    As we used to say in the old Hippie days, keep on keepin' on! We have to keep going, keep trying to make a difference, and not lose hope! And help lift one another up off our knees….

    • BaneB says:

      NS:  The latest rain forecast for four days next week indicates a much stronger weather system will be allowed to move into California.  I will see it when I believe it.  But as I said in a previous posts these terrorists are operating a kind of confidence game.  What has occurred and is ongoing here in this state has lots of formerly disinterested people beginning to ask questions AND are more open to accepting the unnatural aspects of California's weather given how bizarrely existential is it all.  One can slightly entertain the idea the terrorists have overplayed their talons.  Perhaps these weather psychopaths need a good rain as much as does this parched state.

    • Dennie says:

      We need to find out WHERE the stations are that are keeping up the high pressure on the eastern Pacific and show them all on a map, and who's in charge, including names, rank, serial number, where they live and where their children go to school, then WHO sold the military on the spraying programs and go after those people in the same way:  Keith, Caldeira, anyone else at Raytheon, Kellog, Brown & Root, Evergreen, Lockheed Martin.  Publicly name names in a National Environmental Rogues' Gallery/Hall of Shame.  

  23. Earth Angel says:

    Thank you Dane for another informative and urgent broadcast. I am infuriated at the censoring of the truth now being done by certain search engine's and you tube. So good of you to have helped the bullfrogs. It is amazing how tenacious earth's life is. I have marveled at some things seen here as well. After being sprayed with a toxic mix at low altitude over our farm by a dark unmarked military type jet in late May 2012 I became ill with flu-like symptoms, a caustically burnt sinus and throat, much damage was done to vegetation and trees in the area, two of my horses lost patches of hair and one experienced a large scald on the neck as well. (I have reported on this previously, some may remember) The food bearing plants in our garden and wild blackberry & mulberry bushes acted as if hit by an herbicide, curling and withering up. Prior to this I had often seen 10 or more bats at dusk flying around catching insects. We had numerous tree frogs, toads, and other such aquatic life thriving here. The same year we were sprayed and the subsequent year especially, a dramatic difference was noticed. I saw NO bats for a few years. The two toads I did see the following year were skin and bones, literally dry leathery looking skin stretched over the frame of the poor creatures. Bees and butterflies were very few also despite the butterfly bushes planted close to the house. Eventually some of the life has returned, perhaps not as abundant but the past couple of years we've had some fat healthy looking toads hanging around in the evenings, I've heard the cheery chorus of the tree frogs again at the ponds and have even seen one or two bats- but that's all. Nowhere near the abundance we used to have flying the skies at dusk. Still I'm glad to have them here. Bees are still scarce but we've had more butterflies passing through. I rescued one last week- it may have been a monarch- it was lying on the ground, I reached down, touched it and to my surprise it fluttered on the wet ground. They were sending the rain and artificially induced cold that evening and the next, so I picked it up, placed it in a small bucket with a soft cloth and a sprig of butterfly bush flower and kept it in my basement. If it was heading to the southern hemisphere for its migration I knew it wouldn't make it with the cold air coming. We put it under some warm light, it crawled onto the flower and looked really happy there. The heavy rains you folks should have out in California came along with below average temperatures for this time in autumn. We are now more than a foot above average rain for the year in Georgia- and we still have 6 weeks to go 'till 2019. Our small pond that was dry filled up in just ONE afternoon yesterday! Previously we did a fish rescue removing almost 100 ornamental goldfish flipping around in the mud as it dried up late this summer and relocating them to another small pond still retaining water. The rescued butterfly graced us with its beauty and I couldn't help feeling it passed away content in a warm familiar environment, knowing it was appreciated and cared for. I like to think that anyway. Every life- no matter how seemingly small or insignificant matters- especially now.

  24. MG says:

    Geoengineeringwatch thank you for all that you do.  Up here in NW Oregon we are also being daily nearly heavily chemtrailled – have had 1 1/2 days of 'rain' in the entire month of September, a few days in October, almost nothing in November so far.  Due for rain tomorrow – planes came and sprayed it away. My friend does NAET work on people for allergy and chemical work – has treated both my husband and myself for sulfur – him for sulfuric acid, me for sulfur dioxide – since the heavy spraying started up the last several days.  God help us all.  Keep praying for rain and for God to stop the insanity and keep trying to keep your neighbors informed.  Like the EU being set up for "trade" and now openly calling for an EU army to attack EU countries that want out, the world gets scarier with each passing day.

  25. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    A Celebration of Killing and Dying
    By Camillo Mac Bica
    November 12, 2018 "Information Clearing House" –  November 10th is the 242nd birthday of the United State Marine Corps. It is a time of celebration during which current and former Marines acknowledge the storied history and glorious traditions of the branch of the military in which they so proudly served. I, however, am torn. As a former Marine Corps officer with service during the Vietnam War, I still occasionally admit to having been a Marine, perhaps also with a measure of pride, Yet, I have realized that this admission encompasses more than the pomp and pageantry that we celebrate each year on November 10th. I realized what being a Marine actually entails, that as a young man I underwent, perhaps endured is better, a profound life-altering experience, Marine Boot Camp, during which everything I was, embraced, stood for, and held sacred, was brutally and methodically destroyed, with the resultant void filled with the values, “virtues,” and abilities appropriate to the role I was about to assume.
    The Marine Corps builds men (and women), it is said, albeit of a specific sort. I have realized that much of this physical, emotional, psychological, and ethical conversion and conditioning process is intended to create effective instruments of death and destruction, killing machines who will do the bidding of our nation’s political and military leadership without hesitation or question.  I have realized that Marine training focuses on building an intense fraternity and camaraderie with others who wear the uniform. Anyone who has experienced the insanity of the battlefield understands that when the shit hits the fan, we kill and sacrifice not for god, flag, country, or even for Corps, but for the man or woman at our side.
    I have realized that I and many others who claim the title of Marine have had our selflessness, dedication, and patriotism exploited; asked, better compelled, to make sacrifices fighting in wars that were (are) ill-conceived, unnecessary, unjust, and immoral. I have realized that as a Marine I was fighting not for freedom – ours, or in my case, the Vietnamese – a claim we hear so often, and that I was an aggressor, invader, and occupier fighting for corporate profit and national hegemony placed in an untenable survival situation of kill or be killed.
    I have realized that by living according to the Marine ethos, I have become a murderer, a realization that has caused me (and many others) profound guilt, shame, and moral distress. For many of us, PTSD and Moral Injury have made recovery from war difficult, if not impossible, and death by one’s own hand, a viable alternative to living in war’s aftermath. I know little of the life of Ian David Long, the latest of this nation’s plethora of mass shooters. What I do know is that he was a product of Marine training, imbued with the behaviors and values of a warrior, reinforced by the horrors of the battlefield, eventually to take the lives of twelve strangers, and then to end his own.  When you make Marines, create killers, send them to war to kill and to destroy, sometimes they can't leave it on the battlefield. Ian David Long was another casualty of war with 12 innocents as collateral damage . . . when war comes home.
    So, this year on November 10th, I will not eat birthday cake, or toast the Corps. Nor will I celebrate the mythology. Rather, I will embrace the reality of the experience; acknowledge the entire process as a charade, a deception, and as a tool of those who profit from our efforts, our sacrifices, our blood, and our lives. And finally, I will again acknowledge my identity as a Marine and accept responsibility and culpability for what I have done and what I have become. And finally, I will speak out to ensure that other young men and women not be mislead into embracing the mythology and lured into the “cult of the marine.”
    Camillo “Mac” Bica, Ph.D., is an author, activist, and Professor of Philosophy at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. His focus is in Social and Political Philosophy and Ethics particularly as it applies to war. Mac is former Marine Corps Officer, Vietnam Veteran, long time activist for peace and social justice and coordinator of Veterans For Peace Long Island.

  26. Robert C St John says:

    Hello Dane

    I'm in Portland Oregon and would like to help out at the Gem Faire event this weekend. Who would I contact here for that information? Dane, thanks again for your unwavering courage and dedication to the cause to expose these criminals and their cowardice. Take care all.

    • Dane Wigington says:

      Hello, Robert, thank you very much for your willingness to help man the GEM FAIRE informational booth. I will send you a PM about this. 

    • 'a' simple horseman says:

      Robert, it's pretty dang easy. Show up about a half hour before the Gem Faire opens and start setting up. Ask for James. You've seen the pictures, make them your own. I've done 3 Gem Faire Geoengineering watch awareness booths all 3 days, bell to bell. Time well spent, for sure. "Get in the game!"

      "Make 'your' voice heard".

  27. Paul Vonharnish says:

    Excerpted from: How to Hack a Smart Meter and Kill the Grid | Creative Connectivity – Published October 8th, 2018

    "Saleh Soltan, a researcher in Princeton’s Department of Electrical Engineering, has written a number of good papers demonstrating how the majority of the grid could be brought down by hacking that results in just 1% change in electricity demand.  Because it’s currently very expensive to store electricity, generation is carefully matched to expected demand.  If that demand varies rapidly, the grid will attempt to shut down to prevent damage, but if the change is rapid and unexpected, the resulting surges as individual elements turn on and off may cause damage, which can cascade causing widespread blackouts.  Restoring power can be even more damaging as the grid doesn’t know what is connected and turned on, so can’t anticipate what the demand will be.  Again, there is the potential for damage to critical portions of the grid if demand can be suddenly increased.  Once you get past a certain level of damage, the task of repairing the grid and restoring reliable, universal supply can take years. [End quote]

    Complete text:

    Nothing to see here. Move along, move along…

  28. Alan says:

    Yesterday afternoon there was a house fire three miles east of us in northern San Diego County.  With the wind blowing out of the east at about 25 miles an hour, humidity in single digits, and nothing but chaparral between the house fire and our neighborhood, we thought there was a very good chance we would be facing our third fire-related evacuation in the last 15 years.  We were spared only because of some amazing aerial firefighting that kept the house fire from expanding into the brush.  For that, we are very grateful.  

    This morning, it is even drier and much windier than yesterday.  We awoke to see a white canopy in the sky punctuated by long streaks, the signature of all-night spraying.   This canopy is NOT MOVING in spite of surface winds that are gusting over 50 mph.  

    Natural Santa Ana wind events in SoCal are characterized by zero clouds and bright blue sky.  What we are experiencing today is completely unnatural and foreboding.  This canopy of who-knows-what is quite obviously being held in place electronically.  

    They are spraying right now.  Visible aircraft vapor trails in zero percent humidity at altitude?  Even the Encyclopedia Britannica says that's not possible!

    So, as we glance toward the east we're hoping for the best but bracing for the worst.  To anyone in California and around the world who has lost friends, family, animals and/or property to this horrific science experiment, we offer our sympathy.  It did not have to happen.  To the soulless ones who are conducting the experiment and those who are knowingly supporting it, I can only hope for you to experience justice.  


  29. Stuart says:

    SRM tanker fleet back in full operation here in SoCal Tues AM.  We still have an offshore wind (Santa Ana wind) so the aerosols they spray over Riverside County in the AM will blow over LA basin later.  Should be another colorful sunset.

    Thanks to Dane for mentioning 2007 as important year in Geoengineering timeline in CA. 

    Drought increased

    Visible SRM activity increased

    Sealife mortality increased, esp Pelicans and Sea Lions/ lack of forage fish?

    ABNORMAL weather patterns increased.  (Wind storms, flash floods and early/late snowfall in local mtns)

    Just sent emails to LA Times reporters covering drought/fires and mentioned our friend Caldeira and Aerosol Science research.  Dumb kids.

  30. Black Cat Italy says:

    Anyone near the Woolsey fire area should watch the video on Erin Elizabeth's Here's an excerpt. The authorities have said for years that there's no danger from this site!

    "The Woolsey Fire in California is currently burning northwest of Los Angeles. While most news outlets that we can find aren’t sure exactly where the Woolsey Fire started and aren’t sure if it was caused by natural means or human activity, our source reports the fire began on the property of the contaminated Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL), a former nuclear and rocket engine testing site. The site, one of the most contaminated in the nation, has long been promised a clean-up by both state and federal governments. And now, it might be too late.

    “A statement released by the California Dept. of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) said that its staff, ‘do not believe the fire has caused any releases of hazardous materials that would pose a risk to people exposed to the smoke.’ The statement failed to assuage community concerns given DTSC’s longtime pattern of misinformation about SSFL’s contamination and its repeated broken promises to clean it up.

    ‘We can’t trust anything that DTSC says,’ said West Hills resident Melissa Bumstead, whose young daughter has twice survived leukemia that she blames on SSFL and who has mapped 50 other cases of rare pediatric cancers near the site. Bumstead organized a group called ‘Parents vs. SSFL’ and launched a petition demanding full cleanup of SSFL that has been signed by over 410,000 people. ‘DTSC repeatedly minimizes risk from SSFL and has broken every promise it ever made about the SSFL cleanup. Communities throughout the state have also been failed by DTSC. The public has no confidence in this troubled agency,’ said Bumstead.”1

    For a long time, residents in the neighboring town- many whose children have cancer- have been promised a clean-up due to the well documented nuclear and chemical contaminantes but so far, nothing has happened. And now that the fire has raged through the area, there are reasonable concers that people will be exposed to toxic dust, smoke, ash and soil; years of nuclear reactor accidents (including a famous partial meltdown), thousands of rocket engine tests, and what time has proved to be sloppy environmental practices, have left the site utterly polluted with widespread radioactive and chemical contamination"

    The 70 mph winds will spread the smoke and ash. Firefighters and people probably have no idea what they are working in. Spread the word.


  31. NS says:

    Well, here's another one @ ya, Dennie. The Rocketdyne site in southern California (near Simi Valley) was more or less the epicenter of where the So Cal fire originated, right?

    Do you know of the Rocketdyne nuclear reactor meltdown/accident there in the 1950's? Or that the site is one of the most contaminated nuclear weapons testing/tech sites in the entire US? Also – the whole site has been subject to massive Superfund cleanup inspections. If memory serves, it's one of the biggest Superfund sites in the US, too.

    Imagine all the lovely plutonium and God-knows-what becoming airborne down there right now. Lovely thought (not).

    Another potential or actual environmental catastrophe unfolding before our eyes, and the media says NOTHING. Most people don't even know there was a major nuclear accident there – much less its close proximity to Los Angeles, and the greater LA Basin. Santa Susana Field Laboratory was the name of the facility.

    Erin Brokovich lives near there, and she has been pushing for full disclosure.

    • Dennie says:

      @NS:  Yes, that's why I posted the information about the Ventura fire having started near that weapons site.  They actually said on NPR that the smoke from the southern CA fire is full of toxic crap from the weapons site.  This was on the news.  I didn't have a name for the site because they didn't say, but Rocketdyne was a well-known aerospace contractor.  That the area also has radioactive waste did get mentioned on the news.  

      I did not actually say that Brown would/will spill the beans.  I ventured my opinion that he would be the most likely one to do so if any of the elected representatives ever would.

    • NS says:

      Hi Dennie, I see now by reading your comment more carefully you did mention Rocketdyne and the radioactive contamination. What many people don't know is the SSFL accident was likely (by far) the worst nuclear accident in the US, ever.


      Yes, also recognize you didn't say Brown would make disclosure. Just my personal opinion he will not because he has too much vested in the energy sector.

      Hmmn, did some more reading on this last night. There was a lot of Strontium 90 spread around there, too. Plutonium 239 has a half-life of around 24,000 years.  Half life of Strontium 90 is about 28.8 years. Which leaves roughly 25% of the Strontium 90 after ~57 years.

      It's like a giant dirty bomb went off down there, covering Simi Valley and nearby Los Angeles, some 30 miles away. And now a lot of that radioactive garbage is being re-mobiilized and sent into the atmosphere by the fire burning there. Oh yes, all kinds of toxic crapola! Whatta messa!

      Dennie, thanks for all your great comments. I have read many of them, over the years. Have been a lurker here for many years.

  32. NS says:

    2 Dennie, it's not likely Jerry Brown will disclose anything about geoengineering. He and his sister are beholden to big energy…. She is or was on the Board of Occidental Petroleum. They both own a lot of energy stocks. Do you remember the Aliso Canyon natural gas leak a couple of years back? Well, Brown's sister, Catherine Brown, also sat on the Board of the company that owns the Aliso Canyon gas wells. Go figure….

    • Dennie says:

      NS:  I'm not stupid.  


      HOPELESSNESS WON'T SOLVE ANY OF YOUR PROBLEMS– NEVER DID and NEVER WILL.  You'll all just stay stuck right where you are as long as you cannot, or in so many cases here, WILL NOT imagine anything better for yourselves and take actions.

  33. Mary Eyerman says:

    Why does the fire in California look like Napalm?Why also does it rain everyday here in Ohio? How do the insurance companies pay for property damage also like Hurricane Micheal another chemical fueled storm.

  34. Mary Eyerman says:

    Fires in California seem too severe.Has chemical spraying finally gotten out of control.

    • Dennie says:

      Q: Why does the fire in California look like Napalm?

      A: Because the arrogant, godless Luciferian Angels running the Banking/Corporate/Industrial sector yanks the chains of their ugly reptilian-brained homicidal/suicidal order-following children, the Military, into compulsively spraying incendiary aluminum nanoparticulate metal all over the eastern Pacific, 24/7/365 and here's what it does:

      Q: Why also does it rain everyday here in Ohio?  

      A:  Because the moisture from the entire eastern Pacific is being hijacked away from our western states and dumped on YOU.

      Q:  How do the insurance companies pay for property damage also like Hurricane Micheal another chemical fueled storm?

      A:  They won't be able to all that much longer, at the rate they're creating these massive storms.

      Q:  Fires in California seem too severe.Has chemical spraying finally gotten out of control.

      A:  The fires here in my state do not just "seem" out of control, they ARE IN FACT out of control– waaay out of control– I can only go outside wearing an N95 mask for about 30 minutes max before my lungs start burning…… The fires, and the massive chemical spraying programs that are massively contributing to their actual creation have been, like their creators, massively out of control for quite some time.  

  35. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Santa Susana Field Laboratory
    VSF: I highly recommend that you read this. A mind blowing… endless nightmare. Perfect arrogant insanity.

    • ns says:

      Thank you, Susan.

      Noteworthy, the reactors, "were considered experimental and therefore had NO CONTAINMENT STRUCTURES," (my emphasis).

      Funny how it took them so long to figure out that containment structure-thingy.

  36. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Massive Woolsey Fire Began On Contaminated Santa Susana Field Laboratory, Close to Site of Partial Meltdown | Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles
    The tremendously destructive Woolsey Fire has been widely reported as beginning “near” the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL or Rocketdyne), but it appears that the fire began on the Rocketdyne property itself.  Cal Fire identifies the fire location as E Street and Alfa Road, a location that is in fact on SSFL.
    It was recently reported that the “Chatsworth electric substation” experienced a disturbance 2 minutes before the fire was reported, but that substation is in fact on SSFL, near that location.  A photograph posted on Twitter from KCAL9’s Stu Mundel shows the fire starting Thursday afternoon near the same location, which is only about 1,000 yards away from the site of the 1959 partial nuclear meltdown of the Sodium Reactor Experiment (SRE) reactor.

    • Dennie says:

      WOW!!  This has all the news about that toxic fire's origin.  BTW:  When I spoke with her about the initiation of the legal action against the spraying my doctor said she'd never heard of Physicians for Social Responsibility.   Now I'm "just" a music major– how could she not have heard of this group?

  37. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    NASA Worldview: California on Nov.12, 2018. Evidence of Ionospheric heater transmitters blasting holes in the fire smoke and creating unnatural angular patterns.

    • 'a' simple horseman says:

      Lots of aerosol dispersion evidence in that NASA satellite shot too. But one needs to back out about 2 clicks to get the bigger picture further west. I always appreciate these world view pics you contribute, Susan.

  38. Sandy Patrus says:

    Great report Dane.  Thank you for all that you do.  I was really moved by the bull frog story.  I too have much compassion for the wildlife living near me.  I put a mixture of fruit and vegetables, organic no less, in the trough for the deer daily and give them fresh, filtered water.  I have seen the rabbits and squirrels eating from it too.  We got an inch of snow here in Santa Fe tonight and after hearing the story about my son's chickens spending their nights up in a tree above their coop to feel safe from the wildlife, I am worried they may freeze.  My son had to hang their heating lamp from a branch to keep them warm if they are not going to stay in their insulated coop.  He is thinking about throwing a tarp over the small tree to protect them.  I asked him why he did not enclose them in chicken wire like out in the country where he use to live.  He said he thought a 6 ft fence enclosing the yard was enough since he was living in the city and staying temporarily with a friend.  Apparently something did get in and spooked the chickens and now they feel safer in the tree.  If I have to send my husband with a roll of chicken wire to his house to do it himself, I will…that is how determined I am to keep them safe.  On another note,  I  am angry every time I cough and it does not go away.  I am angry that they manipulate the weather and make the conditions worse for all of us.   I am angry that not one of these elected officials will do anything about it.  And most of all I am angry that all of our lives will be shortened unless this sleeping population wakes up soon.

    • 'a' simple horseman says:

      Sandra, no offense, but thanks for the chuckle. Here's what I know: My neighbor has about 30 chickens running around his property. They all roost in the same tree every night "all year around". It's gets way colder up here in north central Washington than it does down your way. Just make sure those chickens get enough to eat. They'll be fine. "Anthropomorphism", look it up. No body knows what a chicken needs more than a chicken does. I'd say, let them be.

    • Sandy Patrus says:

      'a' simple horseman, thank you for your reply.  I feel a little less worried now since finding out this is a normal thing that chickens do.  I was so concerned about those chickens last night I could barely sleep.  I called my son first thing in the morning to see how they survived the snow and suggested he build them a tree house if they are going to spend so much time in the tree.  I think he thought I was totally off my rocker!   My son's old college buddy who moved out west shortly after my son did was generous enough to allow my son to live with him for a year or so until my granddaughter goes off to college.  He wanted to live in town to spend more time with her and I am sure he did not want to build any permanent structure on his friend's property.  When my son leaves Santa Fe he will be moving to his 2 1/2  acre piece of land he recently purchased on top of a mesa near Taos, NM and live in a tiny trailer he has parked on his land until he builds his  dream home, an earthship.  He has lived off grid before and is a minimalist.

    • 'a' simple horseman says:

      Did anyone look up "Anthropomorphism?" I'd like to know what you found.

    • Sandy Patrus says:

      'a' horseman…I did, and this is the definition: the attributing of human shape or characteristics to a god, animal or inanimate thing.

  39. Dennie says:

    This morning at some kind of press conference, California governor Jerry Brown remarked that the huge fires in the state are NOT the "new normal," as the presstitutes are all writing, but rather, "the new ABNORMAL," that there's nothing normal about these fires.  At least he's taking a stab at it.  At least, I do believe, Brown knows what's going on with regard to the geoengineering mess right over our heads– how could he not?  Unfortunately his shoes will be filled by a privileged kid holding the keys to the Beemer in one hand and a bottle of whiskey in the other.

    • Dane Wigington says:

      I know Brown knows, I state this from a mutual contact. And, of course, Newsom knows, as I have already posted.

    • Dennie says:

      They're talking about the fires, including more quotes from Brown, on The Takeaway right now, heard at noon M-F on KQED 88.5 fm.  

      If anyone would spill the beans it would be Jerry Brown– but will he?  He is saying that the dryness we have now due to "climate change" is a major factor in the as-by-now year-round "fire season" in California.  

      I wonder what it will take to make it easier for these elected officials to speak truth to so-called "power," and start the long-delayed PUBLIC DISCUSSION based in reality.  I'm guessing that if you're an elder statesmen with a long history of public service such as Brown, you might be able to get the press's ear more easily.  What would happen if we had a groundswell of anti-geoengineering awareness supporters standing literally right behind him at a press conference, with signs in hand saying "LOOK UP," against pictures of the trails in the skies, and "S.A.G.: Ask me how we're drying you out– LOOK UP THE SCIENCE" across the bottom.  Brown wouldn't have to say a word, the photos will speak for themselves.  Put it all over YouTube.

    • Dennie says:

      P.S.:  I'd say that we're getting v-e-e-e-e-r-y close to the time when "They" can't hide it (geoengineering) any longer.  

      My prognostication?  It'll come out sideways, such as "We have a way to stop the warming, and it's called solar radiation management," but they won't mention that will be "accomplished" by using "stratospheric aerosolized geoengineering." Any word that has more than two syllables just sounds so intimidatingly L-A-R-G-E to pea-brained Uhmerukunz who mostly possess the attention span of a tse-tse fly that they'll just ignore it:  "Ooh, WOW!  More than two syllables long?  Well I can't possibly understand that in less than five seconds so it's okay if I just skip it" is the predominant mentality here now.

    • Joseph L says:

      Everyone knows but they all keep there mouth shut. All the environmental groups keep their mouth shut too. Hey i was just banned for  the 2nd time on  commondreams for posting this link. I spoke to the  their office this morning and they told me that I was flagged and the adminstrator took me off. What a bunch of b.s.- 

      “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”

      Joseph Goebbels:    minister of propaganda for the German Third Reich under Adolf Hitler

    • Paul Vonharnish says:

      Jerry Brown did NOTHING to end the corporate charter for PD&E operations in California, even though there were repeated fires attributable to PG&E misfeasance and negligence.  The not very "smart" grid (and corporate fascism) needs to be dismantled: >

      From: Utility emailed woman about problems 1 day before fire – NZ Herald

      "State Sen. Jerry Hill, a Redwood City Democrat and longtime critic of the utility, called the report of troubles on PG&E's lines in the area extremely worrisome."

      "If PG&E is found responsible for burning down the state again, at some point we have to say enough is enough and we have to ask should this company be allowed to do business in California?" Hill said. "These fires take a spark, and at least in the last few years fires have been caused by negligent behavior by PG&E. We need to see how we can hold them responsible, or look at alternative way of doing business."

    • Dennie says:

      "Everybody Knows," by Leonard Cohen

      Everybody knows that the dice are loaded, everybody rolls with their fingers crossed, Everybody knows the war is over, everybody knows the good guys lost.  Everybody knows the fight was fixed, the poor stay poor, the rich get rich. That's how it goes, everybody knows.

      Everybody knows that the boat is leaking, everybody knows the captain lied.  Everybody got this broken feelin, like their father or their dog just died.  Everybody talkin' to their pockets, everybody wants a box of chocolates and a long-stemmed rose– Everybody knows

      Everybody knows that you love me baby, everybody knows you really do.  Everybody knows that you've been faithful, ah, give or take a night or two… Everybody knows you've been discreet but there were so many people you had to meet without your clothes– And everybody knows…

      Everybody know, everybody knows, that's how it goes, everybody knows…  

      Everybody know, everybody knows, that's how it goes, everybody knows…

      And everybody knows that it's now or never, everybody knows that it's me or you.  And everybody knows that you live forever, ah when ya done a line or two.  Everybody knows the deal is rotten, Old Black Joe's still pickin' cotton for your ribbons and bows, and everybody knows…

      And everybody knows that the plague is comin,' everybody knows that it's movin' fast.  Everybody knows that a naked man and woman are just a shining artifact of the past.  Everybody knows that the scene is dead but there's gonna be a meter on your bed that will disclose what everybody knows.

      And everybody knows that you're in trouble, everybody knows what you've been through, From the bloody cross on top on Calvary to the beach at Malibu.  Everybody's knows it's comin' apart, take one last look at this sacred heart before it blows… And everybody knows.

      Everybody knows, everybody knows, that's how it goes, everybody knows…  

      Everybody know, everybody knows, that's how it goes, oh everybody knows…

      Everybody knows, everybody knows, that's how it goes,

      Everybody knows


    • Dennie says:

      "Everybody knows," and yet, NOBODY KNOWS.  I see everywhere a lot of finger-pointing at agencies and governments as The Causes of All Evil, who are in reality made up of… just people.  

      WE have a whole lot of karma (i.e., skin in the game, dogs in the fight) every time we pay an energy bill, drive a car, wear polyester, etc.  DON'T GET ME WRONG HERE.  I AM NOT SAYING "GO LIVE UNDER A ROCK, LIVE WITHOUT FIRE OF ANY KIND AND EAT RAW MEAT.  


      Just take a look at a busy freeway.  What kind of life do we actually have with that kind of insanity?  

    • BaneB says:

      Joseph L:   9-11 comes to mind.  Whodunit.  The biggest lie in human history!

  40. Samuel Lee Bates (Pennsylvania Military Historian) ????? says:

    God Bless Dane, Right before Veterans Day the planes sprayed heavy and the cold winds seem to be drawn down the Carolina coast. I hope the defense contractors in this area wise up to the poison which will bury thier own children.  Some very twisted people must be involved. Stay as safe as possible and we are with you always!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Dennie says:

      Q:  When have ANY of the so-called "defense contractors EVER cared about the consequences of ANY of their WMD's–???

      A:  When HELL freezes over.

  41. Black Cat Italy says:

    Our hearts go out to all those affected by the fires and those who have lost loved ones and pets. The wildlife of California must now be almost NIL through these fires.  It brings me to tears.  

    Just to say that although they continue to spray us here in Italy virtually every day, nature tries to flourish.  This week I was very pleased to see a lot of honey bees and hover flies coming to the Nespoli trees that are in flower. We have never had so many flowers on the Nespoli trees in 10 years.  Also, the honey bees are coming to the Rosemary that is in flower.  I save bees if I see them on the paving struggling to move around in circles. A tiny drop of honey on a spoon with a little water seems to revive them (I think they too are suffering dehydration from the dessicants in the atmosphere).

    We also just helped with the best olive harvest in years – 6 of us picked 9 tons of olives in a week! But the dust coming off the leaves is toxic and we have to shower and change clothes immediately after. We also experience a bad burning sensation in the oesophagus if working outside on certain days.  

    Temperatures still too high for November (80-82F under our pergola this week most days).

    My attention was brought to a study published on Pubmed regarding sheep having cognitive problems and behavioural problems from being vaccinated because of the aluminium adjuvants used. They also went on to over-eat too!  

    It's all in the big plan. Fluoride in the water, mercury in dental fillings, Monsanto's glyphosate and aluminium work synergistically on the body worsening all of the symptoms produced by each of these poisons.

    We the awake have to try to protect ourselves in any way we can.

    Also noticing this week that when I tried to click on the link from a comment on this web site about the fires it came up as "You are not authorized to view this content – Access Denied"!!!  We have been getting this on a couple of other things recently when trying to view either videos or sites.  Censorship big time!

  42. Paul Vonharnish says:

    Readers should read Frank's chilling post below.  Thanks Frank.  He's right.  No one will bother to fight when the chickens have no home to protect… Here's a bit of history that Binky phone enthusiasts will chose to ignore, as most have no clue what a Patent title is or where the concept originated. >

    Excerpted from: Letters patent – Wikipedia

    Letters patent (always in the plural) are a type of legal instrument in the form of a published written order issued by a monarch, president, or other head of state, generally granting an office, right, monopoly, title, or status to a person or corporation. Letters patent can be used for the creation of corporations or government offices, or for the granting of city status or a coat of arms. Letters patent are issued for the appointment of representatives of the Crown, such as governors and governors-general of Commonwealth realms, as well as appointing a Royal Commission.

    In the United Kingdom they are also issued for the creation of peers of the realm. A particular form of letters patent has evolved into the modern patent (referred to as a utility patent or design patent in United States patent law) granting exclusive rights in an invention (or a design in the case of a design patent). In this case it is essential that the written grant should be in the form of a public document so other inventors can consult it to avoid infringement and also to understand how to "practice" the invention, i.e., put it into practical use.” [End quote]

    See complete text for more "intellectual property" clues:

  43. Jeanette s says:

    a few glimmers of hope…report on miscalculation on the importance of vegetation and trees in neutralizing climate change. also info on the re-introduction of beavers on amer. streams and rivers. we want them to populate again because they are natural pond and wetlands makers. Keeping the water on the land instead of the ocean and preventing flooding by trapping water upstream. link for tree study:

  44. Kathy says:

    Gem Faire Climate engineering awareness efforts REPORT to encourage everyone the awakening is alive and well.

    Eugene Oregon-Total 750 people reached fri-sun a minimal total for accounted Gem Faire bags with flyers/pamphlet given out with a brief to whatever was needed conversation.

    Puyallup Gem Faire total 1300 -1250 accounted for bags with flyer/pamphlet but the number is higher due to many took just info without a bag.400/ friday  500/sat  350-400/ sun

    2 weekends in a row 2,050 people went home with material and quick briefing( some long)

    About 7 came to us due to Danes announcement to make connection. I am So grateful for this! One travelled from Kirkland Wa, Bremerton,Wa and locals so we can advance the awareness efforts!

    This was by FAR the most productive and fulfilling efforts and receptive group we have ever seen short of our very productive Farmers markets in the summer, this topped it all.

    I cannot begin to describe the wonderful people we were honored to inform and help equip.

    I wish I could tell you about so many! We had all races, all walks, current military to veterans to awake to asleep and now awake or knew but havent known about Danes site for credibility to "I dont want to know, but I will investigate" to vendors asking to take bags and material!

    One very dear, dear lady carefully read every sign before she was willing to take material in fact said no at first. Our hearts ached watching the reality hit like a anvil. She handled it well but with her sincerity and near tears she took the material, asked solid questions and she knew what she had to due.It was the hardest to watch.

    I wont go on as way too many awesome stories. 

    Steve, James, Ramone we so appreciate you 3.  Wow these guys work! Ramone, he is on it. Every hour, are you guys okay on materials? We had him running the first 2 days as we flew through items. In EUGENE a BIG BIG thank-you to Jeremiah who we met the day before and he so graciously volunteered to fill in our last 3 hours so we could drive back to WA state. 

    What a crew Gem Faire has, looking forward to Portland! 

    Again and again we all can make a huge leap into bringing this issue to light by simply committing one weekend to these Gem Faires alone. Amazing how many just that booth can reach.

    Its so great to hear everyones efforts here in the comment column, great work and honored to be a part of team!

    • Dane Wigington says:

      Hello, Kathy, thanks so much to you, Larry, and GEM FAIRE, for this ongoing essential awareness raising effort.

    • BaneB says:

      Kathy:  To all of you dedicated to exposing the weather terrorists abd the destruction of our natural weather, THANK YOU!!  The enormous destruction at Paradise, still ongoing, the staggering deaths and property  losses, and the holocaust taking place in the LA region will cause many to ask questions about how and why this is a "new normal."  The weather is on everyone's mind.  People are going to be evermore receptive to listening and learning.  I see the on and off and on and off and on again rain forecast is up again on my National Weather Service forecast for rain next Tuesday and Wednesday.  There is a huge 3,000 mike long Pineapple Express out in the eastern Pacific, large and heavy with moisture.  But it's being shunted via EMF up into Alaska and Canada.  Then it dives down into Nevada where the aerosol warriors are spraying it's leading edge into oblivion.  I observe this on the current GOES moisture field satellite.  It's obvious the intent is to keep California dry and on fire.  Such a huge system would naturally shove the high pressure installed over California to the east allowing in rain but for the EMF high pressure enhancement over California.  

    • Dennie says:

      @Kathy:  KUDOS to you!!!

      @ "horseman:" Those effin' military BASTIDS!  I've been thinking that capital punishment is wrong, but STEALING our water they way "They" do and killing everything as a result should be a crime that has capital punishment attached. In fact, it's too good for "them." 

    • 'a' simple horseman says:

      @ Dennie, I have not mentioned anything about the military, ever.

      I find it interesting that so many self proclaimed Christians are all for capitol punishment, "killing someone". Paying restitution in a practical manner might be just the ticket. Kind of like making kids clean up their own mess instead of mommy.

    • Dennie says:

      Jerry Brown is calling this the new ABNORMAL.  He says there's nothing normal about this.  The door is now open by a crack… is this The Moment we've been waiting for–???

    • Dennie says:

      Brown pointedly said yesterday that this is NOT THE "NEW NORMAL," IT'S THE NEW ABNORMAL.

  45. Kathy Eileen Wigington Saucier-Jones says:

    Keep up the good work, Dane… amazing…

  46. Jeanette S says:

    dane, there is is coast guard base on the coast about your latitude? I am thinking maybe they have something to do with the RR ridge. I went north for a retreat and could not find a place to stay and I asked somebody what was going on and they said families coming in to visit with the cg base folks. does anyone know about them and what they may have at their installation? Is there a way to talk to their personnel?

    • NS says:

      Eureka, California, roughly due west (slightly WSW) of the Redding area has or had a large Coast Guard installation.

      As for contacting any personnel there, cannot make any recommendations.

    • BaneB says:

      Jeanette S:  NEXRAD has a facility there.  It's very isolated way out on a long long long dirt road.  You will notice the Eureka region jets out into the Pacific.  This is an ideal location for microwave manipulation of incoming pacific storms either to stand down or chop them up.

    • Dennie says:

      Not long ago I was thinking of moving to Eureka as it is cooler and gets more rain that here in the S.F. Bay Area.  Sorry but I just can't help but wonder what kind of computer virus could be cooked up to sabotage the NEXRAD facilities?  SOMEBODY should be aware of what they do and STOP this entire evil network. 

  47. Jeanette S says:

    thank you to Mac, Mike and the folks in Puyallup, wa.

  48. Paul Vonharnish says:

    "Dr. Mitchell served twenty-two years in the U.S. Air Force and retired as a lieutenant colonel including seven years at the USAF Survival School in Spokane, Washington."  

    James Mitchell – Worldwide Speakers Group


    As Ken Caldera says:  [Paraphrasing]  Maybe drop a hydrogen  bomb near a city, ya know, or do some kind of chemical warfare.

    These types of "people" are your neighbors, your friends, your siblings, a spouse or lover.  They need to be arrested and placed in rubber rooms for the rest of their lives… They all have addresses…

    • Dennie says:

      It really grates on me how cavalier and even bored Caldeira sounds on that taped piece of evidence proving what kinds of criminal minds are at work on diabolical projects for the U.S. military at the Carnegie Institution for Science on the campus of Stanford University, about 50 miles south of me.  

    • Dennie says:

      It occurred to me this morning, after hearing that the fire in Ventura County started "near a military weapons station," that it would be entirely possible, what with whole cities burning down, that a bioweapons lab could just as well go up in smoke as anything else that's being burned…. Now, imagine the ramifications of something like that happening…..

    • BaneB says:

      As you know there is a huge biological research campus smack dab in the middle of San Francisco.  South of Market.  I watched it being constructed. Willy Brown was so excited  My thought was this is the dumbest thing, to build germ labs in the middle of a city that is prone to earth quakes.  Just like the Rocket Dyne facility fire, authority will deny deny deny a plague has been set loose.

  49. Doc D says:

    I would like to echo the other commentors in thanking you for all that you do to raise awareness on all fronts, not just weather modification. Like others, I had no idea any of this was occurring until I moved to MI and noticed what I thought of then, in 2014, as weird lines that jets were making in the skies that did not seem to have any rationale for take-offs and landings. I juxtaposed this observation to the fact that there is an airport near me and the "trails" did not seem to occur in all air traffic cases. I still did not ponder it too much until, after a heavy rain, my clear plastic umbrella dried and was covered with this white, powdery, residue. That did it for me and commenced my search. It didn't take too many searches before I found your website and learned the truth. Up to that point, I thought I knew a lot about covert and overt "stuff" going on in the U.S. Your website and news alerts pointed me in many other directions.

    That's my back story on how I became aware. Michigan, what can I say except that it seems to be one of the ground zero zones for weather modification. The spraying here is horrific and even more horrific is the fact that no one seems to notice. It's hard for me to keep quiet about the various shananigans of PTB, and I alluded to something about the weather at my work and, thinking that I was passing on information to a true seeker, gave the individual the name of your website. Shortly after that, I became the subject of eye-rolling ridicule among work peers. People are so willfully blind here in MI, and it is both amazing and so very sad. I understand first hand about the engineered cool-down of the northern half of the country at the expense of your neck of the woods. I have not seen many comments from Michiganders on your website; it would be nice to feel not so alone here in my newly adopted state.

    Thank you again, Mr. Dane Wigington, for all that you have done to open my eyes and the eyes of so many others. We need you!

    p.s. Thanks for sharing the bullfrog story. I love frogs and toads and as a child caught and played with them before placing them back in the grass. Sadly, I don't see many anymore.

    • Paul Vonharnish says:

      Hello Doc D:  I've noticed the bio-destruction of Upper Michigan due to geoengineering programs for over a decade. The forest is dead and dying.  Many flights are unmarked military – some originating as far away as Duluth.  No one looks up from their binky phone long enough to notice the sky is full of chemical traces…High "tech" – in the hands of zombies and chimpanzees… Erm, Laws?

      State of Michigan – RE: Prohibition of use – Electromagnetic, biological, or active devices 

      Act No. 256

      Public Acts of 2003

      Approved by the Governor

      December 28, 2003

      Filed with the Secretary of State

      December 29, 2003

      EFFECTIVE DATE: January 1, 2004

    • Maobe says:

      Doc D, I’ve been a subscriber to this channel for years and a contributor from SE MI. Here, in early November this year, we abruptly changed to winter the first week of November, before everyone had their leaves raked! Every morning it is 22F when I look outside. Last week I had four inches of snow on my deck and it snowed most of the day. Most of the maple trees and many other trees in this area are all brown and still have their leaves. They look very strange and sick. This has not been a “normal” fall. The summer was so hot we could not sit outside and enjoy our deck and eat outside—once! They spray the skies continuously. Michigan used to be a beautiful state with lovely weather. I regret to report that we have lost it perhaps indefinitely. Respiratory problems, red eyes, and fatigue are commonplace. Difficulty breathing too, not to mention increased depression in many unsuspecting individuals. A sign of the times and particulates in the air, of course.

  50. Eric Jacobson says:

    Dane just came across your site. I have always wondered about the Geoengineering reality, but only since the massive fires that have been obliterating large segments of California have I become convinced that you and many others are speaking the truth that our government is indeed weaponizing the weather. 

    Your political observations I believe are truly correct also. The US Empire is the most dangerous country on the planet at this time. We also need to remember that the US is fast approaching an unprecedented economic holocaust. When this financial house of cards which is our current economy collapses, and the US empire with it, perhaps many of its destructive practices will finally be stopped. We can only hope it's not too late.


    Thank you for all you do, we must continue to carry on the fight for the survival of our families and loved ones.  


  51. Gail ~ Yellowhead County Alberta ~ says:

    Mike Torrence & Maciej Kocialkowski Thank You for working so hard at bringing awareness to these many spray programs. Kathy & Larry Burns so nice to see your familiar faces, so often helping out at these events.  Gem Faire, Many, Many Thanks.   

    A Man that seeks Truth & Loves it, must be considered Precious to any human society.   ~ Epictetus ~


    • 'a' simple horseman says:

      And let's not forget our friend and "man on the street", Tom Keith.

      Gail and ALL, I know this Epictetus quote as most of us do. Personally I feel strongly that the term "and loves it" is an operative term. As in one who goes out and teaches/lives the truths one knows and has learned to be accurate and verifiable.

      Kind of funny, I have a phrase I use, "those that tell the truth are bound to repeat themselves". Sound like anybody we all know? That phrase hits home when I keep hounding folks with the same thing over and over again. I have this habit of, "if you walk around the truth and or reality of a given situation. I'll pick it all back up and stick it in front of you again". (probably why I live alone,(grin). It's not that I'm hard to live with, I just won't go to home depot with you or put together the crap you got at Ikea. I might help you refurbish a nice useful relic you found at the antique store. Ask our planet, it matters. Just a perspective from the craftsman part of this big equation we all live in.

  52. Gail ~ Yellowhead County Alberta ~ says:

    Thank You Dane for this Broadcast. It is truly moving to hear of your adventure while working your land. I believe you moved many to tears, as you moved me. It is so wonderful to know your whole heart is in this life of ours & the attempt to save all that you can, large or small. You walk the walk & talk the talk! Too many out there have empty words with no facts, truth, or action, to back them. Which is why we are so greatly lacking in this world of ours. You are Respected by the public Worldwide.   I have been laughed at for saving Frogs & Salamanders. I wondered how those that laughed could be so Heartless. Thank You Dane for the glimpse into your personal life & sharing the few tales that you have. They mean a lot to us.  You are a Great Man. You're family is blessed to have such an admirable Man to learn from each day. Thank You for teaching us how to be better stewards of this one & only planet we have & which our lives & futures depend on.

    After all…What Man is a Man that does not make the World Better?

    • Dane Wigington says:

      Hello, Gail, thank you so much for your support in this battle, it is our combined efforts that can yet make a difference. My deepest gratitude to you, Gail, and to all other activists / individuals that are refusing to yield in this fight.

    • Gail ~ Yellowhead County Alberta ~ says:

      Imitation is not just the sincerest form of flattery – it's the sincerest form of learning.  ~ George Bernard Shaw ~ 

      Thank You Dane for being our Great Teacher.  

  53. glenn everetts says:

    When can we tie all this together in the court of law? Destruction of property and loss of many lives isn't enough?

  54. dubster says:

    Hi everyone, I just want to say how comforting it is to read all your comments. I have listened to Dane's Saturday updates regularly for a few years now. I live in the UK surrounded by friends and family who have severe stockhlom syndrome and will only except mainstream news as fact. Your comments and Dane's hard work are an oasis for me in a desert of ignore…rance. Thank you !

    • BaneB says:

      dubster:  Haha…..Stockholm Syndrome.  Yes, many of us are seeking the cure.  I can honestly say I have been a captive and terrorized by the rulers of this planet for much of the past 73 years.  It's not been easy divesting myself of thanking these psychopaths for having not yet pushed the red button.  

  55. Maureen says:

    I have been following Dane's broadcasts for the last 5 years and honestly without his investigative work and expertise there is literally no one else who is exposing the truth on the level that he does with the urgency it needs.  I talk with people about this all the time and people just want to keep their heads in the sand. Their petrified of the truth. Sadly based on how our country has responded to crisis in the past it's probably going to have to get worst before the general public wakes up. I can only continue to educate people around me one person and work to open the minds.

    On a personal note the changes in the air quality for me has led to pulmonary disease that I have to work hard every day to keep it from getting worse. Thank goodness for Tai Chi

    It's not like humanity hasn't been here before and look how that turned out. History repeats itself.  I do keep the faith I want to believe in people and that they will do right thing. But I think this crisis will have to get worse before there is critical mass that forces the government to stop this. 

    I am deeply grateful for Dane's unwavering commitment to enlighten and educate the public on this critical issue. I try to support him with both donations and posting his Global Watch Alerts. Thank you Dane for all you do… 

  56. Maria R says:

    Absolute power corrupt's absolutely…………nuff said

    • Drew S. says:

      Actually, that's just something the corrupt say in order to dodge personal responsibility.

    • Thomas Petrie says:

      Yes, Maria, I think it was Barry Goldwater who said this way back in the early sixties  ("Power Corrupts, but Absolute Power Corrupts… Absolutely.")  But a "newer version" of this concept (that Drew might agree with), cold be one I read a few years ago (that I don't remember who said it) "It's not that power corrupts, but that corrupt people seek power!"  Now that's an interesting way of thinking about it!     

  57. jeanette S says:

    did everyone see on Yahoo that article that trump says we mismanage our forests, it is our fault these fires and if we do not take care of it that he is going to cut off our funding. does he know how much of the funds in the coffers our state puts in? what about a statewide work strike that says you and your trolls knock off the geoengineering spraying. stuff your incendiary dust and that in your pipe.

  58. Jeanette S says:

    I wanted to let you all know that I too got a little gem in the mail with my PG&E bill entitled "Understanding Electric and Magnetic Fields". they say that the danger is probably at the lower end of the range-not exact words but the jist. You may read it on their site probably if you feel the need to increase your entertainment for this evening.

    (It says don't listen to them enviro menti alists, especially that tattletale Dane w., doesn't it?) You must have stirred up the stuff, dane, with your convention, the forked tongues are a fluttering in their defense.

  59. 'a' simple horseman says:

    Dane and ALL my friends I haven't met, yet,

    It was strange… this morning I woke up at 5:30. "Just had to get up". I actually listened to the live feed from the Redding radio station for this weeks Global Alert News. Good thing, I usually try to listen to the posted version before I go about my day on Saturdays. Today was a late post but I got to go forth with new thoughts in my head anyway. The foremost of which was "Bull Frogs". What wonderful creatures and by Dane's testimony, true survivors. Dane, I'm happy that you got to enjoy the simple gift your D-6 endeavors gave to you. May your ponds and fire lines be well instrumented.

    Bringing it forward: Laura and Ron Marr, or any of like mind. I thank you for your thoughts on my last posting from last weeks global alert news. A common respect is all I ask when one reads my words. And Ron, 'I do' fight for a collective consciousness that strives for the greater good. Though that is only a direction. "Mass awareness" is a target. Given real truth, it will find it's own way and "direction". Keep those posts coming my friend. They feed me and countless others. "We're listening".

    "A shout out" for my friends Kathy and Larry Burns. My gracious, Redding one weekend, Eugene Oregon 2 weeks after, Puyallup Washington this weekend and Portland next weekend. "Can you say 'I know I-5' real well?" Oh, and many farmers markets this this summer too. I've rode horses with some pretty good horseman. None were anywhere close to famous. All I would trust my back to otherwise I'd have never taken a step on a trail with them. This endeavor for "getting out the word" is no different. Muchas gracious mi amigos, Kathy y Larry.

    • Tom Keith says:

      Good pictures there Mike, Kathy and Larry, and others!  I agree with you Horseman that the "awakening " is less than 1 percent.  But I feel it will "snowball" soon. Got to keep trying. Although I'm non-political, I have a chance today to awaken some youngsters at an anti-war rally in Davenport Iowa.  Their title is "Social Democrats ". I'll let you know how it goes. I'm well armed thanks to Danes generosity at the Redding event. 

      Peace out.


    • Tom Keith says:

      Update on the antiwar rally: Although the numbers weren't what I hoped, the spirit was there in excess. After the main speaker,  a gulf war veteran,  was through,   I said a few words to the crowd about climate engineering.  They even stuck a megaphone in my hand. (Big mistake]. I didnt want to shut up. (Grin). 

          I likened it to a  conductor on a train, welcoming people aboard but reminding them this is an express, not a local. We move fast and furious,  scary at times,  because we have an agenda.( once you get on, you can never leave). 

      It's hard to stop a train !

  60. Sally Gangi says:

    These people are sick and evil.  There is no excuses for anyone involved in this.  I found out about you over a year ago.  This should be obvious to everyone.  At  this point I truly believe everything you had said is true,  besides  researching myself we see this  every day world wide.    

  61. upset arborist says:

    Dane I live near Cottage Grove Lake my neighbor has lived here for over 50 years and never has ever seen Pelican's now we have Pelican's

  62. CP says:

    Marvin Gaye wrote 'Mercy, Mercy Me' back in 1971.  It is though he wrote it just yesterday….

    Ah, mercy, mercy me,
    Ah, things ain't what they used to be, no, no.
    Where did all the blue skies go?
    Poison is the wind that blows from the north and south and east.

    Mercy, mercy me,
    Ah, things ain't what they used to be, no, no.
    Oil wasted on the ocean and upon
    Our seas fish full of mercury,

    Oh, mercy, mercy me.
    Ah, things ain't what they used to be, no, no, no.
    Radiation underground and in the sky;
    Animals and birds who live near by are dying.

    Oh, mercy, mercy me.
    Ah, things ain't what they used to be.
    What about this over crowded land?
    How much more abuse from man can she stand?

  63. Barb E says:

    We have not given up on our mission to inform as many as we can. The new CA fires are unbelievable and our hearts go out to all that are affected by them. Dane is so right about the cool downs in the North East. Here in New Hampshire it is freezing tonight. We were blessed with two full days of sunshine this week, surprised they could spare it. We have indeed received all the rain that you should be getting on the West coast. There is one "system" after the other and it's dark, dreary, windy and rain. Here we already have over 10" above "normal" rainfall.  A lot of crops have been lost here due to the constant rain and lack of sunshine. The trees have so much green fungus on them and the heavy winds and soggy soil continues to knock them down. The weeds are thriving, the ticks are thriving. The evil is taking over. The birds at my feeders are at a bare minimum. The squirrels that were at above average numbers this summer have been squashed by the thousands along all roads searching for food. The few that hang around here are taking to jumping off my roof to reach my bird feeders they are so hungry. I have not seen the gray foxes or opossums or skunks that normally wander though the back yard. My heart breaks for all those bullfrogs Dane and I'm glad you were able to save the two you found alive. Everything is happening so quickly now, nothing is the same.

    • BaneB says:

      Barb E:  Three days ago the 10 day weather forecast for Northern California was rain for next Saturday.  Each day since then the forecast is moved a back a in time.  The forecast for rain is now moved to Tuesday of next week.  This is the fourth time since late September this same movement of the forecasts is moved, moved again, and finally disappeared.  As one can see from Dane's jet stream map example the moisture is being blocked here and sent up into Canada, whip lashed back down deep into the Midwest, and flung back up into the northeast.  At the lowest dive towards the Gulf of Mexico the jet stream picks up huge amounts of moisture to be ADDED to the moisture field denied us here in the Pacific Northwest.  Small wonder your region is soaked.  No wonder my region is on fire.  There have been two systems that came In here labeled as rain.  But it was mostly mist.  The clouds sit on the ground (mountain top) like fog, unable to get the lift needed to rain because of the aerosol canopy overtop.  Glad you had some sunshine.  We would gladly change places for your rain.  

  64. Tom Keith says:

    Here's a letter that will be published next week in the Moline Dispatch, our local paper 

    "Gestapo  Reichsmarshall Hermann Goering candidly  admitted that ' the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country.'  And there you go. 

    Indeed, always a boogeyman lurking behind every corner, or women and children climate refugees coming to take away our freedoms.

        How long will these wars we are involved in last under this current orange president as well as the misdeeds of others before him ? Yeah, keep voting, and see what changes.

        Anyone who questions the government, or any member of Congress, gets labeled and made fun of, as the paid shills delight in their antics. 

      Just keep shopping and go about your business, nothing to see here.  

    Time to take a stand people! 

     'It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate  tireless minority  keen to set brush fires in people's minds ' (Samuel Adams )"

    Tom Keith 

    Moline IL 

    • Jeanette S says:

      they did that to people here the anti war and communists" and jailed them. and I always say this to the environmentalist groups when things go bad and you really want to help people before you do get a contract out of them prior to helping them, saying that systems are coming undone, who they believe is responsible and that they do not hold the environmentalists accountable for future events, that they acknowledge they are there to try to help, they were asked and were told that it may be too late, to expect the worst case and if anything better should happen they can thank THE ENVIRONMENTALISTS. No letting the sociopathic jump in at the last minute so that the lying cycle starts all over again. they need to be dispelled, put down, contained throw the key away. I told my cohorts that this is what happens.

    • 'a' simple horseman says:

      Tom, If I recall correctly, only 3 or 4 % of the population fought the "american revolution". Pretty scary when you have to put a dot and a few zeros in front of it to describe where we are in this current time.

      I wonder, "If you can laugh at yourself, do you get the last laugh?"

      I hate shopping!! I avoid it. That's where 'I' stand.

  65. Frank says:

    The masses will stick with the herd right to the final corral in the camps where they will die of fear and shame.

    You think of a population like the one in 1750, before the industrial revolution, but people today are nothing like those people. Those people could skin a deer and eat for a week.Today you are not allowed to show a deer being skinned. It is offensive. The people today do not talk to their neighbors. They don't know and don't want to know what's going on. The will ignore this whole thing until there is no food for them or they cannot get to work. They will die after 3 nights in the cold.

    The really unbelievable thing about all this is how the power structure knew this. All they had to do was put up some simple distractions, control the news, and cut a few critical strings, like your Google problem, there, and the people are out in the cold. How did they know the people would rather die quietly than take a chance and go down fighting?

  66. Reidun Carstens says:

    Thank you so much Dane for all you are doing 🙂

  67. juli says:

    The Impossible Dream
    To dream the impossible dream
    To fight the unbeatable foe
    To bear with unbearable sorrow
    To run where the brave dare not go

    To right the unrightable wrong
    (*)To be better far than you are(*)
    To try when your arms are too weary
    To reach the unreachable star

    This is my quest, to follow that star
    No matter how hopeless, no matter how far
    (**)To be willing to give when there's no more to give (**)
    (***)To be willing to die so that honor and justice may live (***)
    And I know if I'll only be true to this glorious quest
    That my heart will lie peaceful and calm when I'm laid to my rest

    And the world will be better for this
    That one man, scorned and covered with scars,
    Still strove with his last ounce of courage
    To reach the unreachable star

    NOTES: The Broadway cast's version is quite similar with a few exceptions:
    (*)To love pure and chaste from afar
    (**)To fight for the right without question or pause
    (***)To be willing to march into hell for a heavenly cause
    (Thanks to Bobo for these NOTES)

  68. Phil says:

    I too thank you for your courage and strength..

  69. rk says:

    Thank you Dane for all you are doing and revealing and communicating. It is tremendously good and helpful. You are so courageous and generous. I do share what I see and what I learn from you, and let people know about you and your website. Some people are truly interested and have some awareness and are very grateful to learn about your website.That quote from Martin Luther King and the other similar ones will be passed on too. Martin Luther King was one of my favorite people on this planet in this lifetime and you are another.

  70. Andrew from scotland says:

    My 243rd email, titled 'Toxic Weather Manipulation/Sudden 40 mph Wind Gusts.'

    1. The heat in the Arctic is not so bad next week, though on 9 Nov there was a 6.8 earthquake near the Gakkel Ridge Fault Line between Iceland and Svalbard…we can be sure of a warm Arctic winter to come.

    Japanese weather bureau says that El Nino appears to have formed.

    It is November and there are massive wildfires in California. Ohio is currently colder that Svalbard in the Arctic.

    2. The bodies of over 8,000 civilians have now been unearthed from mass graves and rubble as a result of the US carpet bombing and total destruction of the city during the "liberation" of Raqqa, Syria, by USA – with help from UK and French airforces. The US continues to use White Phosphorus bombs in Syria, the most recent bombing reported last week. 

    3. Notes to Self (week 96 of 104). I am continually amazed at people who deny or fail to admit that intensive, toxic, geoengineering/weather modification/weather warfare is currently being conducted in the skies above our heads. 

    In 1962, Lyndon Johnson made a speech which: "…lays the foundation for the development of a weather satellite that will determine the world's cloud layers, and he who controls the weather controls the world".

    In 1966 he said: "..highly encouraging steps are being taken toward establishing 'safe and effective' programs for modifying the weather". At that time "the dispersion of cold fogs had already been accomplished", and a programme was well underway to "explode hail droplets out of clouds before they had a chance to increase in size"...(they now can cause the hail droplets to yo-yo up and down, increasing in size before they let them fall to earth).

    In 1967, just 5 years after 1962, Lyndon Johnson authorised the weather warfare programme over Vietnam (Operation Popeye) – part of that operation used urine sprayed from planes, which is why the Australian and NZ special forces came up with the expression "…being pissed on from a great height". The use of Agent Orange was also a major part of that warfare, with the resultant ongoing horrific birth defects. 

    Over the next 50 years technology advanced exponentially, and several ionospheric heater systems have been used (HAARP, SBX, NEXRAD, satellite based microwave and laser transmissions, sequential heterodyne wave generation, atmospherically sprayed piezoelectric nano-particles, doppler technology, chemical and biological ice nucleation, etc, etc). Amongst other things, these systems are designed to create high (and now low) pressure systems which are used for weather modification and warfare – although they will never win a war against Gaia/mother nature.

    A classic signature of HAARP usage is 40 – 45 mph wind gusts. In the old days, because of the power required, these gusts could only be maintained for up to 45 mins. Now, with the current generation of equipment and the huge number of sites (including the movable floating SBX system), these operations and therefore the wind gusts can be maintained for several hours. 

    In Scotland, these sudden wind gusts have become frequent, yet our weather channels and reporters only show/forecast very few of them. Also, the weather forecasts showing these gusts have to change frequently – the geoengineering schedule depends on equipment availability, requirement, nature's responses to the previous onslaught, and the availability and atmospheric location of the required sprayed toxic metallic nano particles.

    There is nothing benevolent about this toxic geoengineering/weather modification/weather warfare onslaught.

    Interesting that on 1st Sept 2017, Putin intimated: 'Whoever leads in AI will rule the world'

    • Dennie says:

      We were warned that there would be continued gusty winds in the Butte County area.  That fire moved faster than any of the massive fires we've been seeing in our state.  It killed 23 people.  Some were found in their cars.  All were burned beyond recognition with only bones left.  Firefighters are saying that the fires move so fast you really DO need to evacuate, you may not even have time to drive out and you can easily be trapped.  This evacuation order business, it's not just some "hidden agenda 2030" bullshit designed to snatch your private property out from under you– these fires are moving faster than ever due to the very large amounts of incendiary nanoparticulate aluminum coating everything in sight from the constant 24/7/365 spraying programs overhead.

    • Dane Wigington says:

      Hello, Dennie, yes, the incendiary dust is certainly a part of the unprecidented wildfire scenarios. This being said, there are many other climate engineering related factors that are also major factors the equation, as you know. FYI

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