IT WAS NOT A NUCLEAR ATTACK
I am happy to report that the highest-level intelligence sources we have on this subject have now informed us that NO radioactivity was detected in either of the destroyed areas.
What they DID find is now considered a baffling mystery. I acknowledge in advance that this seems difficult to believe. They have now concluded that both bases were destroyed by an instantaneous twenty-fold increase in air pressure.
Let me spell it out for you in plain terms. There is nothing left in either of these areas. Everything in them has been crushed to tiny particles of rubble. There is no point in ever trying to access them again or redevelop. The damage is total.
No one knows how such an event is even possible. There is no record of any attack like this ever having been done before within the insider world.
Fulford's sources seem very clear about who did this and why it was done. Nonetheless, this attack does not resemble any known terrestrial technology -- regardless of how classified it may be.
THIS MAY HAVE BEEN ET-ASSISTED
Therefore, this may have been an ET-assisted attack -- consistent with the China's October Surprise series I've been documenting here.
It may be that a massive quantity of air was "portaled" into either base. Portal technology does exist, but it certainly has never before been used like this -- and it's not even clear how it could be done.
It is also possible that some unknown technology was used to expand the size of the air molecules within the bases by a factor of twenty.
Russian "scalar" technology can make things get much hotter or much colder, and can create destructive impulses, but there is no record of anything like this ever having been achieved.
PERSONNEL MAY HAVE BEEN SPARED
If ETs were responsible, and used advanced portal technology, it may also be that at least some, if not all of the personnel in these facilities were moved to a safe area before the attack was conducted.
If this is the case, none of them have been able to or allowed to make contact as of yet.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011