On Gas & Clouds


This was taken a few days ago. We all wish it stayed around $3 bucks a gallon.


We passed by a second gas station around the area yesterday with Regular going over $5. The rising cost of gas has become a reason not to drive too far from home. I admit I am missing the afternoon drives and meandering of last year when a gallon wasn’t this costly.

We are still experiencing winter weather at this time and for the most part of the day, the sun is pretty much blocked off. For days now, it has only been visible when the sun is literally setting. We wake up with blue skies and within the hour after the streaks show up, it is covered in thick clouds. Their “Earth-cooling” technique seems to be effective. The tragedy is that people only think of the positive while people and animals ingest the particles which are ultimately bad for our health and the planet.

Taken in April 2022

We can pretty much see unique formations during some sunny days. I see a dog in this formation. I’ve always wondered why the birds preen so vigorously as if desperately trying to shake something off. An interesting observation of this can be seen here. The two likely reasons could be real cooties and a cootie-like sensation coming from the geoengineering self-propelling particles/smart dust.  The birds also seem to enjoy being around the wireless tower seen here. Since they’re exposed to that much radiation and particles, it wouldn’t be far fetched to think the birds are dropping dead because of it.

January 2022

In an old post, I mentioned that this cloud reminds me of the Twitter logo. I do not own a Twitter account. Though the platform may be dubbed as the modern day town square, I have reasons for avoiding such a platform which I detailed here. Free speech is a hallmark of a free society. However, the energy it generates when it comes to inciting unhealthy bouts of anger only fuels the fire to burn this already divided nation.

With their sun-blocking in effect for several days now, we managed to enjoy a short burst of blue sky today and thankfully, as I was about to enter the front door, a little bird perched on the flowering dogwood.

As people in high places are doing their best to hasten to implement their nefarious agenda, we are all the more reminded of the accuracy of Bible prophecy. Put your trust in the One who holds the future.

“The fear of man brings a snare, But whoever trusts in the LORD shall be safe.”

Proverbs 29:25 NKJV

“And I say to you, My friends, do not be afraid of those who kill the body, and after that have no more that they can do. But I will show you whom you should fear: Fear Him who, after He has killed, has power to cast into hell; yes, I say to you, fear Him!”

Luke 12:4-5 NKJV

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