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10-10-2016; Straight Edge on Nicole Blocks Westbound Movement!!! CA Sprayed Over; Oregon Gets Rain!

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Published on Oct 10, 2016

(Mon.) Tropical Storm Nicole was bulldozed several hundred miles to the South two days ago in order to prevent a merging with Nicole and to make a clear path for Hurricane Matthew to move away from the U.S. coastline. Today there is a blockade on the West side of Tropical Storm Nicole; notice the very straight line in the watervapor map which runs for probably 1000 miles, this is a high pressure blockade installed by a phased array microwave transmitter which is preventing any Westbound movement of the storm which is preventing it from moving toward Florida. Obvious weather manipulation at play once again. These terrorist weather controllers could have used this same blockade technique to divert hurricane Matthew from hitting not only the U.S. but Haiti and Cuba. That technique and sufficient pinpoint microwave targeting would have prevented the entire disaster.

On the West coast, heavy aerosol chemtrail spraying was conducted over Southern California all day by the jets which are probably under the direction of the U.S. Air Force. The jets spray the coal fly ash at 40,000-45,000 feet altitude, above the incoming moisture field causing a capping inversion layer which prevents lift in the atmosphere and stops the preceipitation process. This is the goal. Oregon is getting rain today but California is not. The MODIS Today map shows extensive spraying activity offshore and over Southern CA. The maps also show high pressure is being installed offshore of CA and cutting off the Jet Stream flow into the region which will block two incoming frontal systems.

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