Some weeks ago there was a last sunny day here in Vienna, Austria. We had over 90°F (30°C) in September. Now in October we underwent drastic temperature changes. They fell below 56°F (20°C), then below 50°F (10°C), now they are down to 35°F (2°C) [the day before yesterday].
There were some signs for a weather change, recently I saw a group of birds flying low and back and forth, as if there natural system for orientation, which is supposed to be electromagnetic, was disturbed. Them flying low could be explained by the fact that there will be an upcoming storm or strong rain. But there was no such thing on that day, except a weak drizzle. Now what really concerned me was not the fact, that they were flying low, rather the random order in flight formation and their disorientation.
Looking especially at the last couple of days is interesting. I was talking with many friends and acquaintances asking them if they felt a headache in the last 5-6 days, to make sure I was not the only one. The consent was very clear, nearly everybody was complaining about a headache in those days. Frequently I heard something like this: “Yeah, it’s the weather, you can’t do anything about that.”
I cannot fully approve this statement. We view ourselfs as small and dignified when it comes to weather changes. However on the other hand we believe that we can alter the climate with our CO² emissions, which are rather low compared to how much CO² nature produces. How is that possible? Furthermore beside this veneration, we are experimenting with the weather shooting very strong electromagnetic beams through the ionosphere with HAARP. A research facility in Alaska, of which there are similar facilities in Norway and Russia e.g. (source: http://climateviewer.com/2014/10/18/ionospheric-heaters-how-haarp-really-works/). The exact effects are not fully exposed to the public, maybe some of the researchers themself do not know what exactly those beams could trigger. A sky maipulated by HAARP can look something like this.