I am experimenting with a slightly new format for getting my research out. I will write a long and semi-organized post with all the links, then make a video trying to frame it in a coherent narrative.
California has always been very fire-prone. In the last few years, the fires seem to have become more deadly and destructive. Is it just the El Niño weather cycle which brings droughts and floods to Australia some years and the American Southwest in others? Or is there something else going on?
Australia is likewise very susceptible to bush fires. Some of the biggest ones were Black Thursday (1851), Black Friday (1939) and Black Saturday (2009). I survived Black Saturday in Melbourne and so did my 270-acre forest property in the Yarra Valley wine country. 180 people lost their lives, and a previous home (the first house I ever bought, back in 1996) was destroyed. 6 people were killed in my former street.
The fire displayed many “never seen before” characteristics, and also seemed to occur in an area to the North of the geographically massive city of Melbourne that had recently been identified by politicians and urban planners as a desired new growth corridor for the urban sprawl of the city with the largest land area per capita in the world.
I also used to live in Glen Ellen, Sonoma County. I was renting a small vineyard, the owner refused my purchase offer and later sold to someone else for less money. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise, I got lucky because most of Glen Ellen was destroyed last year in the Nuns Fire. I heard my old house survived without serious damage but the vines were destroyed. I have friends and neighbors there who lost their homes.
Napa and Sonoma have both been subject to fires and earthquakes in recent years, doing extreme damage to some of the most valuable agricultural land on the planet.
If there were more to these fires than just accidents of Nature, then we should consider if anyone had the Means, Motive, and Opportunity to create disasters at these scales. Follow the money…who benefits?
In this presentation I am going to investigate a few of the bigger claims being made on the Interwebz about these fires; and to inject a theory of my own into the conversation.
For the TL;DR crowd:
- did the fires happen on the route of California’s High Speed Rail Line? NO
- did Directed Energy Weapons cause the fires? MAYBE
- do we need to consider Space Lasers? YES
- do we need to consider hacking of electrical and electronic systems? YES
- did PG & E cause the fires? YES
- is PG & E a Rothschild company? YES
- is this related to Seismic/Magma activity beneath the Earth’s crust? PROBABLY NOT
- Is the real story about water? YES
Was it hacking?
‘Catastrophic’ cyberattack could hit utilities like PG&E
Houses and Cars Burned, Not Trees?
The main discussion in Internet conspiracy circles seems to have centered around the potential use of Directed Energy Weapons, and the United Nation’s Agenda 2030 plans to depopulate rural areas while encouraging the growth of mega-cities.
Metabunk discussion of why trees don’t burn in forest fires, but houses and cars do:
hollowed out trees get filled with a fungus, which is more flammable than the exterior
SoCal (Woolsley) fire started at Santa Susana nuclear research laboratory. Another issue with severe budgetary constraints: cleaning up site contaminated with nuclear waste.
California fire near nuclear accident site
Strange signatures in the Woolsley fire, appears to have been started by an explosion:
P G & E plans to get 250 MW of power beamed from space by microwave
US Company to Put Solar Panels into Space This Year, Premise for Space-Based Solar Weapons
Solaren Corp. to Launch Solar Panels into Orbit
Forbes 2018 – full system not operational until 2025
Beaming Wi-Fi along the ground would need dedicated line of site – such as through cleared firebreak trails through forests.
Transmission over long distances with superconductor technology is also being developed.
This technology will replace the current reliance on transformers, which is one of the main sources of grid vulnerability to cyberattack and fire danger.
World’s first superconducting power line paves the way for billions of dollars in savings, more nuclear power stations
founded by veterans of key players in the military-industrial complex — Hughes Aircraft, Boeing, Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Air Force.
Gary T. Spirnak
Do The Rothschilds Own PG & E?
would i be gratified that the power behind blackrock turns out to be “rothschild-led”? sure, it makes my morning
It is a public company, however their largest shareholder list is dominated by Rothschild-controlled corporate entities.
The Rothschilds have served as Court Factors for the Black Nobility, the true Roman / Venetian Empire. The “big Four” asset funds offer a way for the wealthiest offshore trusts in the world to hold vast amounts of wealth and wield vast influence.
BlackRock are part of Bilderberg.
Is PG & E Responsible For the Fires?
The Camp Fire that destroyed Paradise started at the Poe Dam
PG&E power lines may have sparked deadly Camp Fire, according to radio transmissions
PG & E letter regarding “space weather” taking out transformers, and the location of the Solaren Ground Receive station being moved to Sebastopol
Boeing YAL-1 Air Force airborne MegaWatt-Class laser, operating out of Edwards AFB (100 miles from Thousand Oaks fire). Program canceled end of 2011, aircraft retired in 2012 and sent to boneyard, stripped 2014
Lockheed Martin making laser cannons for fighter jets, WIRED 2017
Seismic Activity, Magma Shift
An alternate theory that has been circulating links the fires to California’s planned high-speed rail lines.
Barclays is linked to High Speed Rail Project https://www.hsr.ca.gov/docs/about/doing_business/EOI/EOI_Barclays_Bank_PLC.pdf
Chris Brooks of Barclays founded Rothschild transportation and logistics division, was head of M & A for Asia:
Unfortunately for this theory, the areas in red on the map on the left are not actually the location of the fires. They are the location of “red flag” warnings on 11/11/18
Statewide Fire Incident Maps (California)
Nov 26 2018 – fires still burning in Socal
Every single fire in 2018:
Route of proposed high-speed rail:
Every fire in 2017:
Burbank is not even close to Thousand Oaks
There is a reservoir nearby, one that is in need of expansion.
Bard Lake, Sherwood Dam
New underground tank installed 2013
Sinaloa Lake? El Chapo is on trial right now.
I’m going to propose a different theory, one that I haven’t seen anywhere else. The real agenda behind the fires is water.
Trump Executive Order on California water management
Trump Signs Order On California Water Projects
[Source: US Department of Commerce]
At the time, there was discussion that Trump was using the wildfires as a way to get around a long-running political debate over water between farmers, the salmon industry and environmentalists.
June 26 2018: Governor Gerry Brown declares State of Emergency due to wildfires https://www.npr.org/2018/06/26/623451437/gov-brown-declares-state-of-emergency-over-california-wildfires
November 9 2018: Trump declares State of Emergency (DHS, FEMA) https://fox5sandiego.com/2018/11/09/trump-approves-california-emergency-declaration-in-response-to-wildfires/
November 14 2018: Department of Health and Human Services declares public health emergency
California has not added any new reservoirs in 50 years. Population then was 17 million, now 36 million predicted to go to 50-75 million in just over 10 years.
The Number of New Dams Built in California in the Past 50 (or 40 or 30 or 20) Years is Not Zero
Lake Pillsbury – Scott Dam. Owned by PG & E
Fax about salmon in Sonoma & Russian Rivers
EDA Report – pulled from the web
US is by far the world’s largest water market:
California – Growing Fast
Population projected to rise to between 50m-71m by 2030
“Mega-City” from Santa Barbara to San Diego, incorporating LA and Orange County, 28m growing to 41m
Needs $39 billion of investment (2007 numbers)
For every $1 billion spent on water infrastructure, 27,000 jobs are created
Fully addressing the state’s water needs would cost $21.8 billion and create 582,024 jobs
PG&E (Rothschild) “Owns” a Primary Water Source in Northern California . . .
The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) acquired the hydroelectric complex and accompanying Eel River water rights in 1930. Water rights for PG&E on the Eel River consisted of all flows except a minimum of 2 cfs released from Cape Horn Dam at all times for downstream water users.
PG&E has applied for a new 50-year license (April 1970) that proposed to maintain existing operational procedures for the project.
In April of 1972, the FPC license issued to Snow Mountain Water and Power Company expired. PG&E has continued operations of the project (FPC 77) under annual renewals of their old license.
PG & E has 100 reservoirs, and 26 FERC licenses (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission)
STATE WATER BOARD: Riparian and pre-1914 water rights in the Delta
Imperial San Francisco
from Imperial San Francisco by Gray Brechin
LA, SF and the Central Valley all in a battle over water
Los Angeles – Owens Valley aqueduct.
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