Hawaii Wildfires & "Directed Energy": Conspiracy Theory or Fact? Here's what I think.
Some say that the Hawaiian wildfires in Lahaina were the result of "global warming" and downed power lines that set fire to dry grass. Conspiracy theorists, on the other hand, are ablaze (pun intended) with the idea that the fires were set by some sort of military "directed energy", and that it was set up so that developers can come in and sweep up prime oceanfront property for pennies on the dollar.
So, what do I think? Scroll down below for more...
Below: Turley Talks has done a great job of compiling some of the different views and theories surrounding this odd situation!
So yes, I have to say that I CANNOT get behind the "global warming" or "natural disaster" theory, but rather, the Akashic Records shows me that something man-made set these fires alight. In particular, what I 'see' is what I can best describe as "sheets" or waves of fire or energy that started this whole thing. It was NOT sparks from downed power lines! (It appears as if they were emitted from the GROUND and did not come from above.)
Now, the good news is that, for the most part, these big investors who are behind this will have to put their plans on snapping up Lahaina on HOLD...INDEFINITELY...as this matter gets tied up in the courts. I'm looking out at least 30 more years, and I can't see images of tall skyscrapers and big developments that the big-money guys and gals desire.
For the most part, the residents of Lahaina will manage to rebuild their lovely community into pretty much what it was before: a small community with family homes and small businesses.
Finally, no matter what you might think, it's important to remember that the wealthy elite have used our military and its technology and man-power for their own advantage and personal gain for decades. This is how they've managed to amass (and keep) their incredible wealth, all at our expense.
The scary thing is that these psychopaths don't care who gets in the way of what they want. The last plandemic was certainly a fine demonstration of this, and I contend that the Hawaiian wildfires are, too.
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