Piezoelectric Fires in Glasgow, Scotland

Mystery Flat Fire

by Bryan Brough for the Paisley Daily Express
November 15, 2011

Police appealed for witnesses yesterday after a fire was deliberately started in an empty West End flat. Smoke was seen billowing from the windows of a tenement in the town's Well Street at the weekend.

Firefighters quickly brought the flames under control but damage was extensive.

Police later said the outbreak was being treated as suspicious and appealed for witnesses.

One officer said: "If anyone saw a person or people acting suspiciously at the top end of Well Street at Wellmeadow Street during Friday night or Saturday morning is asked to contact us.

Mystery Fire at Masonic Hall

by Bryan Brough for the Paisley Daily Express
April 27, 2011

Police were investigating a mysterious early-morning fire yesterday at a masonic hall. A rear door of the building was extensively damaged and dense smoke filtered into a function room. However, last night, police said they are not treating the incident as malicious at this stage of their investigation.

The alarm was raised after flames and smoke were spotted billowing from a fire door at the masonic hall in Main Street, Neilston, at around 5am on Easter Sunday. Firefighters were at the scene within minutes and quickly managed to bring the flames under control.

One source told the Paisley Daily Express: "The emergency services did what they could. But, by the time they got to the hall, the damage to the door was serious and smoke had seeped inside to a large room which is used for staging various functions.

"I'm told that the cost of the damage is still being assessed, but it looks like a hefty repair bill is on the way for the owners.

"There has been a lot of hype recently surrounding the sectarian problems that the West of Scotland is suffering but there doesn't appear to be any evidence that this fire was started deliberately, although the police are still carrying out their investigation."

Footage from CCTV cameras is being checked by the police in the hope that it can provide information about how the fire started. Forensic experts have also been at the scene as the search for clues continues. A police spokesperson said: "The cause of this fire is unexplained and our inquiries are ongoing.

Ten Residents Flee Malicious Flats Fire

by Bryan Brough for the Paisley Daily Express
March 3, 2011

Yesterday, neighbours told how one hero fireman carried a six-year-old girl in his arms to help her escape from the smoke-filled flats. The frightening attack took place in Clavering Street East as an arsonist set a wheelie bin on fire on the ground floor of the building.

Black smoke quickly swept up three flights of stairs, causing panic among families and forcing at least 10 people from their homes.Around 15 firefighters raced to the scene and some residents - including the little girl - were taken to Paisley's Royal Alexandra Hospital suffering from smoke inhalation. Hours later, detectives investigating the incident confirmed they are treating the blaze as malicious.

June Johnstone, who lives nearby, was at the scene to check that a friend had escaped from the building.

She told the Paisley Daily Express: "I know a woman who lives on the top floor of that block of flats and I think she is one of the people who were taken to hospital. I heard that she was trapped in the building for a while and so were other people. It's obvious that the fire was started intentionally. Someone has set fire to a wheelie bin and left it burning at the rear of the tenement close. It wouldn't have taken long for the smoke to drift upstairs and trap everyone in their flats. The fire was started at around midnight, so I imagine that most of the people living there would have been in bed or getting ready for bed at the time. Someone could easily have died in this fire."

When firefighters arrived at the scene, they tackled the wheelie bin blaze.

Some of their colleagues, who were wearing breathing masks, knocked on the doors of all the flats to make sure everyone was aware of the danger. That led to most residents being helped out of the building, which lies just off Well Street.

All four people who were taken to the RAH in the early hours of yesterday morning were able to leave hospital after receiving treatment. Police and fire officials have launched a joint investigation into the incident and witnesses are being asked to come forward...

House Door Set Alight

by Bryan Brough for the Paisley Daily Express
March 1, 2011

Police were yesterday trying to track down a firebug who set fire to the front door of a family home late at night. Luckily, the residents smelled smoke and managed to put out the flames before they could spread.

The frightening outbreak was at property in Craigton Drive, Barrhead, just before midnight on Wednesday, February 23. Over the last few months there have been seven deliberate fires in Neilston. The overall damage is valued at about 500,000.

The Barrhead outbreak is not being linked with the Neilston front-door fire.

Second Mystery Fire in 24 Hours

Paisley Daily Express
February 16, 2011

Residents were evacuated from their homes early yesterday after a mystery fire swept through a flat. Detectives are investigating the cause and are treating the incident as suspicious. Now officers are trying to trace the man who lives in the flat as he was out at the time of the incident.

The blaze took place in the living room of the property in Main Road, Neilston. The smell of smoke was noticed in the building shortly after 3am yesterday.

As the fire service was alerted, residents from other flats ran outside. Firefighters quickly brought the flames under control and the damage was said to be minimal.

A police spokesman said: "We are treating this incident as suspicious and anyone with information is asked to ring Barrhead Police Office on 0141 532 6200."

This was the second house fire in the village since the start of the week. An unoccupied home in Glen Tarbert Drive was also the scene of a fire on Monday and police are treating that incident as malicious.

OAP Flees from Blazing Home

by Bryan Brough for the Paisley Daily Express
February 10, 2011

A pensioner was rushed to hospital yesterday after a ferocious fire destroyed his home. John Docherty, who is in his 70s, managed to flee the inferno, which ripped through his house in Glenallan Way, Foxbar, Paisley, in a matter of minutes.

As the OAP, who was dressed only in his nightclothes, stumbled out into the freezing cold, horrified neighbours rushed over to help him. Mr Docherty had suffered smoke inhalation and the trembling pensioner was taken into a nearby house, where he was cared for until medics arrived and took him to Paisley's Royal Alexandra Hospital.

Yesterday afternoon, his condition was described as stable. Neighbours have revealed that Mr Docherty's wife Margaret was not at home at the time of the fire, which is not thought to be suspicious. She was already in the RAH, being treated in connection with another matter.

Smoke and flames began to engulf the two-bedroomed home in Glenallan Way at around 5.20am yesterday and the heat from the fire was so intense that windows were blown out.

Neighbour Ronnie Cairney, 55, told how he was wakened by the sound of the smoke alarm coming from the Docherty house. He then looked out of his window and spotted Mr Docherty standing alone on the doorstep as smoke belched out of the property.

Mr Cairney added: "I alerted everyone in my own home and then rushed outside to help Mr Docherty. There was smoke everywhere. When another neighbour rushed over to help Mr Docherty, I went to other homes in the street to alert people who were still in their beds. I'm told that Mr Docherty is going to be okay, although he is suffering from smoke inhalation."

Another resident said: "John and Margaret's house has been totally gutted by the fire. It appears that everything inside has been destroyed. It was a fierce fire which swept through the whole house and it looks like the smoke alarm saved John's life."

More than 10 firefighters, some wearing breathing masks, were sent to the scene to tackle the blaze.

Officers cordoned off the area and, after the flames were put out, they stayed on to remove smouldering remains in case the fire rekindled. Police stood guard at the front and back of the house yesterday morning as fire officials investigated the cause of the outbreak. It's thought that an electricial fault may have led to the blaze.

Strathclyde Fire and Rescue Area Commander John Ironside said: "Having a smoke alarm in your home saves lives and this incident in Glenallan Way backs that up. We would urge everyone to make sure they have a smoke alarm in their home."


These unusual fires are being caused all over the world by an unrecognized force: ultra-low frequency sound, far below the audible level of most humans. This infrasonic influence is building strong electrical currents in the metal objects like wheel-barrows, door-knockers and copper electrical wiring in the walls of homes, which then become hot enough to ignite the plastic sheathing surrounding the wires. In other cases, heated wires ignite bed mattresses and metal hangers ignite clothing.

The infrasound which is now being focused onto the Glasgow, Scotland vicinity is being transduced by the Orion pyramids of present-day Giza, Egypt, which act as a nonlinear lensing system for resonantly balancing the geomagnetic fields of Earth as stimulated by coronal mass ejections from the increasingly active sun. The following GPS data confirms that the concerned suburbs of Glasgow are all situated along the 10.0% resonant distance of Earth's mean cirumference (of 24,892 miles):

Paisley, Scotland (55.85N 4.44W) is 2,489 miles from Giza, or 10.0%
Barrhead, Scotland (55.80N 4.39W) is 2,486 miles from Giza, or 10.0%
Neilston, Scotland (55.78N 4.43W) is 2,486 miles from Giza, or 10.0%
Bridgewater, Scotland (55.89N 4.41W) is 2,490 miles from Giza, or 10.0%

These towns are suburbs of Glasgow, Scotland, and lie within a tight three-mile radius. Other suburbs of Glasgow have experienced such unusual fires before, as noted by anomalies researcher Charles Fort decades ago. In Bridgewater, near Glasgow, Scotland on May 20, 1878:

"Fires had started up unaccountably... Loud raps were heard. Things in the house, such as dishes and loaves of bread, moved about." - Charles Fort (1941) 'The Complete Books of Charles Fort: The Book of the Damned, Lo!, Wild talents, New lands', p. 919

So, here we have in the news record a story from the same exact region, over a century earlier, of the same exact combination of phenomena associated with infrasound resonance: spontaneous piezoelectric fires preceded by loud ultra-low frequency booming sounds and the acoustic levitation of object in the homes of the witnesses! Other reported events of acoustic levitation occurring in resonant locations include giant floating boulders in Gushan, China at the 20% distance from Giza, as well as in the US in Yellowwood, and Limon, Indiana State Parks at the 25% distance from Giza.

The mathematical relationship of Glasgow within the global pyramid network reveals the invisible quantum connections linking such anomalous events related to solar activity. This pattern of intense solar flares and the resulting infrasound fires at focal points around the planet will culminate in the intense auroral events of December 22, 2012.

This website has covered many major stories involving infrasound resonance convergence points, including Llanidloes, Mawnan, Hull, Saffron Walden, Bridlington, Goa, Klai, Auckland, Sydney, Ontario, White Rock, Ranchlands, and in the US in Newport, Anderson, Kimberley, Menomonee Falls, Pelham, Richmond, Wilmington, Nashville, Knoxville, Mobile, north Florida, Knob Noster, Denver, Seattle, Novato, Arroyo Grande and Atwater.

The cases have become so severe that spontaneous combustion of objects by piezoelectric induction has been recurring in spates - in areas such as Tenerife, Babura, Lalapansi, Mapuve, Bodibe, Landovica, Longford, Messina, Peschici, Berici, across northern Greece, Ratria, Kakori, Mumbai, Kishtwar, Rangrik, Kota Baru, Santo Tomas, Georgetown, La Pampa, Melipilla, and in the US in Bellvue, Minneapolis, Soudan Mine SP, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, San Mateo, Vallejo, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Brentwood and New York City.