Infrasound Raises Water Vapor Plumes Off Laguna Beach, California

Ocean Smoke Puzzles Forecasters

by Gary Robbins for the Orange County Register
December 22, 2009

A photograph recently sent to us by reader Tracy Sizemore has National Weather Service forecasters puzzled. The image was taken on December 15 and shows what appear to be rows of smoke flowing offshore at the ocean's surface in Aliso Beach. The photo was reportedly taken at 6:50 a.m., on a day when the wind was blowing offshore. The ocean temperature was 59 degrees.

"I'm not sure what this is," said Miguel Miller, a veteran weather service forecaster. "It might be some kind of evaporation. But this isn't the sort of thing you'd see on a warm day over a cold lake."

The image also was reviewed by Stan Wasowski of Mission Viejo, another veteran weather service forecaster. He called it "pretty curious" but added that he wasn't certain what he was looking at.


This interesting phenomena is not smoke, of course, but water vapor which is being raised off the ocean's surface. The cause of these water vapor plumes is an acoustic resonance of infrasound standing waves - specifically focused at this location off Aliso Beach by the pyramids of Giza, Egypt. Aliso Beach (33.505N 117.752W) is 7,616 miles from the apex of the Great Pyramid, or 30.60% of the Earth's mean circumference distance. Another nearby infrasound focal point is causing over 800F temperatures just below the ground surface in Los Padres State Park, near Ojai, California. This same source of infrasound resonance is causing loud boomig in nearby Arroyo Grande, California, and at other focal points all over the world.

We can fully expect this phenomena to become more pronounced in the next few years as we move towards the culminating event on December 22, 2012 when the skies will turn red, according to the Prophecy of the Red Dawn. Atmospheric HHO plasma formation have already begun to ignite very close the ground-level, as captured by motion-sensing gametrail cameras on 9/9/9 in Longview, Texas.