As much as I always look forward to David Wilcock’s monthly or bi-monthly overview reports, I’m nearly as often disappointed by what to me is an embarrassingly narcissistic extended advertorial slant. This new one is no exception, with its single piece of dot-connecting information in the title and buttressed by numerous pictures of news headlines on NSA surveillance with the word “chilling” in them.
I’m more likely to assume that the fact that “they” have named it “Polar Vortex,” along with naming winter storms (the last one to hit was called “Janus”) means that these storms and this cold is being engineered to create fear, confusion, and chaos, as usual. How? HAARP and chemtrails combined? Something else? Who knows. But there’s high drama in the sky.
Which reminds me: there’s a post circulating today that says an enormous craft landed on the moon. However, it comes from a January 18th piece on Turner Radio Network, which to me, alerts it as possible disinfo. On the other hand, Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot is also promoting it. So who knows?
Back to Wilcock. When he’s good, he’s very very good; I know no one who can connect so many dots across such a great range of subjects and dimensions. Which makes me forgive him for annoying me the rest of the time.