Friday, May 6, 2011

Kaua`i Sky

Aloha from Tennessee -

Last week I came within a mile of being mowed down by a tornado in Ringgold, Georgia. Eight people died down the road while I was 
looking for a match to light my candle. Around three hundred tornados and three hundred people killed in one day - occurred on April 27th in the South.
I watch the sky. I spent yesterday in the eastern interior of Tennessee. At noon there wasn't a cloud in the sky. Then the seeding began.
Chemtrail jets were everywhere. Here is a picture of the sky by late afternoon. Today is completely overcast - contrary to yesterdays weather forecast of more
sunny weather. Looks like rain. Memphis is flooding today. The attack seems almost relentless. 

Blessings from the South,  Dakan

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