Aerial Plasma Plumes in Longview, Texas
By Linda Moulton Howe for Earthfiles.com
October 10, 2009
What about the 'Blades of Light' photographed in Cass County, Texas by Doyle Brogan on September 9 to 10, 2009? Doyle has hunted in that region for 30 years, got Moultrie Gamespy D40 Digital Trail Cameras about 6 years ago, runs four of them 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and told me he has never seen anything like the strange lights before.
"They don't look like any typical insect in motion blur that I'm familiar with..."
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Interview with Doyle Brogan, retired supervisor for heavy duty truck manufacturer, Longview, Texas:
Q: What was your first reaction to seeing the two unusual frames of blades of light in your digital images from your Moultrie Game Camera?
"I had no idea what it could be. I think there was some 30 pictures on the card and I immediately printed the two frames of the strange lighted stuff out on my computer to look at it closer. I just could not figure it out. The next day, it started raining and I didn't go up there until the Tuesday after the previous week when I collected those pictures. So that's when I contacted the television station in Longview, KYTX."
"I went back to the location on Tuesday morning, Sept. 15, 2009, around 9:30 AM with TV reporter. We drove to where the Moultrie game camera was and it was pouring down rain. We couldn't see any physical traces of any burning on the ground even though there was a lot of water on the ground. I haven't been back there since. I want to know what it is and where it comes from!"
These luminous formations captured by motion sensor cameras in Longview, Texas are formations of hydrino plasma, also known as HHO plasma, which is ignited when water vapor interacts with high-energy particles moving along the paths of infrasound standing waves. Hydrogen atoms become stripped from the water molecules and implode in cascade to form HHO plasma when ignited by the stream of electrons moving through the standing waves.
The following images were taken by the gametrail camera just before and after the magnificent image captured in the photograph above. Plasma orbs captured in the images taken right before the HHO plumes are known to be responsibe to crop circle formations which reflect the sacred geometry of infrasound standing waves that focus into a specific network of energetic locations defined by the quadratic function [ zn+1 = zn2 ].
The arching forms of the plasma plumes conform perfectly to the shape of standing waves as presented throughout this website. The fact that the exact same configuration of several plasma plumes were photographed 6 hours apart on September 9-10, 2009 indicates the presence of invisible infrasound standing waves causing the brief moments of HHO plasma ignition. This effect will be likely photographed again by the same game trail camera, and will inevitably be witnessed and photographed in other resonant focal points in other parts of the world.
These HHO plasma plumes are the result of increasing energy input into Earth's atmosphere. Solar activity has been high despite the present rarity of sunspots, which becomes transduced into atmospheric standing waves as they vibrate the atmosphere. The standing wave energy generating these plasma plumes is being focused by the Orion pyramids at Giza, Egypt. Longview, Texas (32.46°N 94.70°W) is 6,866 miles from Giza, or 27.6% of the Earth's mean circumference (of 24,892 miles).
Other events involving the unusual effects of this energy have been reported in the US in Limon State Park and Yellowwood State Park, Indiana. In both Indiana locations hunters reported huge sandstone boulders in the tops of tall trees, and both sites are nearly 25.0% of the Earth's circumference from the Great Pyramid. The infrasound standing wave convergence at these sites is powerfully transforming the resonant frequency and enabling acoustic levitation to lift giant quartz boulders.
Such unusual and repeating plasma plumes are a sign that a new resonance is emerging in the Longview area of Texas, and will be building gradually into a higher energy level that has already been observed at other infrasound focal points. Extreme manifestations of this resonance are waves of piezoelectric fires that are now simultaneously occuring in Tenerife, Canary Islands; Babura, Nigeria; Lalapansi, Zimbabwe Mapuve, and Bodibe, South Africa; Landovica, Kosovo; Messina, Peschici and Berici, Italy; across northern Greece; Ratria, Kishtwar and Rangrik, India; Santo Tomas, Phillipine Islands; and in the US in Bellvue, Colorado Springs, San Mateo, Vallejo and Santa Barbara.