As Homer Simpson once said. 'Whoa, the Internet's on computers now'. The good news is that Radionic Ships are now on the Internet. Interesting looking sky and cloud photographs have been posted in websites on the Internet for years, in particular Search Engines. Many of the photos contain good old fashioned Radionic Cloud presences without anybody having even a clue.

Thousands upon thousands of topical photographs come up during relevant Internet searches of Skies, Chemtrails, Clouds, Fall holes, Lenticular clouds and so on. Now and then a good Radionic example popped up within the mish mash. It helped to know exactly what to look for. Over five hundred good Internet examples have been spotted so far and included in this Disclosure. Some are spectacular, keeping in mind that these were not put up because anyone knew what they represented. They were put up because somebody liked what they saw, or thought they were interesting, or thought they were doing a civic service no matter what the answer. In particular, many posted many under the keyword 'Chemtrails', and opened many websites dealing with Chemtrails. Keep an eye on how much some of these photos look similar to photos taken in the Brantford area itself, which is the backbone of this whole operation.

For a slight change of pace, and for sure a really nice change of scenery, check out the following Internet Figure below of a Father Ship Cloud was taken along the Atlantic Coast near Halifax Nova Scotia. As you can see, lots of Radials but no Ship condensation, meaning it was sitting in the higher frequencies of the Fourth Dimensions.

Figure 1 - By me reckoning, it's somewhere near Musquodoboit Harbor.

Now and then the foreground becomes more fun than the background. The following Internet Figure features a Mother Ship field in back of a scene right out of 'The Sounds of Music'. The Mother Ship is sitting right in the middle of a Negative Anchor Scout Ship field and interacting with it. The bottom of the Negative pole field can be seen above the mountain top below the Mother Ship condensation running across the middle. The two fields have combined to produce a similar, much bolder flume up the middle and the Anchor Ship field has widened out to span most of the Mother Ship field. Sometimes the hills are alive with more than the Sound of music.

Figure 2 - Yingle bells....

From parts unknown, The Mother Ship version of the above is arguably one of the most scenic photographs in this whole Disclosure. At any rate, counting the cumulous clouds barely visible across the middle way way in back, it's definitely no slouch showing at least five different types of cloud layers. It almost looks like it could be from one of those the mystical plateaus in the upper Northern mountains of Venezuela.

Figure 3 - Drink this, it'll look even better.

A Negative Polarity Radionic Cloud equivalent to the above, date unknown with a big chunk of the middle missing on the left side was found looking over Nanaimo, British Columbia up the inside of Vancouver Island facing Georgia Straight. Delicious chocolate Nanaimo bars are World renown. A local claims the locals disdain them, true.

Figure 4 - We heard your Nanaimo Bars were worth the visit.

Now and then the foreground becomes more fun than the background. The following from somewhere in Italy is a case of the photography getting about as scenic as it gets. Kudos to somebody. The Negative Polarity Radionic field isn't all that shabby either pushing its way through at least four different cloud layers. Unfortunately, a small patch of grey cumulous covers the center. Fortunately, it also covers the sun.

Figure 5 - See, I told you there was a Negative pole Anchor Scout Ship Radionic Cloud array over there.

Similarly, the following Figure from the website for 'ShipCentral' Fulfillment and Distribution services in Salt Lake City, Utah has a perfect Negative Polarity Radionic Cloud sitting right overhead. Perfectly centered to boot, date unknown. The humorous thing here is that somebody from Support had commented on the phone that they believed in UFOs without having a clue that one was hanging almost literally overhead outside.

Figure 6 - We Ship to all the planets.

The following Figure below, looking bold as brass could be from anywhere at any given time. Proving conclusively that you don't have to be in a particular city at a particular time to see a really good Negative pole Radionic Cloud formation. You just need to be outside.

Figure 7 - Man, that Jet must have had some pretty big *nozzles.

Another Negative pole scenic visage, orphaned from its source but not its beauty, likewise shows a bit of cloud evaporation this time on the right side. That's a pretty big city which some of you might recognize.

Figure 8 - I'm not Boise Idaho, you can be sure of that.

Like said and like said, 'Radionic Ships of Light are everywhere all the time'. So why not maybe the Lapland area of Artic as the following Negative Pole Radionic Cloud demonstratively shows. If only the signs were readably its location would be known. Wonder how many people come to the Scandinavian Church there on Sundays. In the land of the Ice Dudes, when it gets cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey (look it up), they brought the dogs in to sleep with to keep from freezing. The colder out, the greater the number of dogs.

Figure 9 - Looks like a 'Three Dog Night', and Mama told me not to come.

Speaking of ice and now, how about ice and no snow. The ice sculpture below found on the Internet and also shown on the Home page is being pushed on its way to the third annual ice sculpting contest in New Hampshire by a Negative Polarity Radionic field. The image shows another interesting but not so happy aspect of side by side panoramic photographing. It can happen that when you start out on one side of a view the sun is behind a cloud. By the time you get to the other side the sun has come out from behind the cloud. The image below shows it perfectly, the left side is in shadow, the right side brightly lit creating semi looking splice lines. What can you do.

Figure 10 - We've got high hopes.

Some of the images from the Internet look pretty guffy. That is because most of the photos on the Internet are very small to preserve hard drive space. Plus, since anybody can post almost anything within the realm of proper decorum on the Internet, many are taken by people far less than professional. Who, bless their hearts did the right thing in capturing the photo in the first place for posterity, but not quite the right thing in getting all the photographic technology together needed to make it a masterpiece.

The following image is a very good example of that. The rather flimsy looking Positive pole Radionic field is out there over the seven seas somewhere at sometime. Even though it is very busy up the middle it has a big blue V at the bottom and that's an even bigger marker for the type of Polarity it is.

Figure 11 - Hang onto your hat, here come three of Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Likewise, the following image of a Positive Radionic field was found on a Chemtrail website which obviously got things wrong. Someone's little piece of Paradise, maybe.

Figure 12 - If you're interested, I have a fantastic Paradise Island for sale, great beach included.

The open seas are great for seeing Radionic fields, but nothing says it like the open road for finding them openly. The following Negative pole Radionic field found on the Internet is pretty classic stuff.

Figure 13 - Get your pics on Route 66.

China's in there too. China's always in there these days about everything. Which is probably a good thing as the Planet belongs to the Root Race, and the Root Race at the moment is Adamic and the Adamics are collectively all Asians. Starrgram 7 of The Revelatorium, whose index is at the right is about Root Races. The following Positive pole image from Beijing, date unknown shows that even though some of their architecture may old, their skies certainly aren't.

Figure 14 - Tesla's got to be behind this one somehow.

The following Figure back in the good 'ol plains of America is of a full fledged Father Ship Radionic field singing 'Oh give me a Home'... A very short locally Radiating Mother Ship is also at the upper right singing, 'Oh give me a break'.

Figure 15 - When the chips are down the Buffalo is empty.

A somewhat longer Father Ship photographed in Salmon Arm, BC was found on the Internet, date unknown. Given the distance away, the extent of ionnizations, length of Radials, and horizontal width of the field it was obviously a much larger Ship and had been sitting in place for some time. The locals report that because of the magnetics in the area, the gap between the two mountains is a very popular Salmon Arm location for Radionic field occurrences.

Figure 16 - Please don't tell me that Salmon have arms.

Search Engines like Google send bots out spidering websites for relevant data for their search results, including images. Then puts the images up under 'Images' in their search results under the appropriate key words. Apparently, whoever took the photo above and put it up in a website, may or may not have been the one who took the following sitting in the opposite direction at some time because here it is. Notice the same bridge only from the opposite direction. The view this time is of a Negative Polarity Radionic Field. A busy area for Radionics, no kidding.

Salmon Arm sits at the south end of Suswap Lake, consisting of four long thin bodies of water joined somewhat like the letter H in the interior of British Columbia. Because of the lengths of the arms, the lake is considered to have one of the longest shorelines in the world.

Figure 17 - Shouldn't it be Salmon Arms.

Similarly, according to all reports 'The Tree of Life' has been around for some time. At least long enough to show up on the Internet looking to all extents and purposes like a prop for a Father Ship Radionic field. If anybody could figure out just where on Earth the photo was taken what a tourist industry they could have. Imagine all the medallion trinkets they could sell. Imagine the pamphlets they could hand out from Volume II explaining the bold collection of Mobile Ship Condensates in the cloud at the left and at the top.

Figure 18 - The Tree of Life stands in the midst of the Garden and bears of its fruit, of that you can be sure.

Also according to all reports, giants walked the land in the days of yore whenever that was. As the following photo clearly shows, some still are. Wonder if they're still going by name of Nehalem or Annunaki or whatever it was.

Figure 19 - Fee Fi Fo Fum, hey where's my harp.

Speaking of giants in the sky, on occasion Odin would show up from time to time looking pretty formidable to those underneath. The following is a kind of spread out Positive Polarity field with Odin looking in making sure everyone is doing what he tells them.

Figure 20 - Why are you always doing what you want to do instead of what I tell you to do.

Similarly, really big anchor Ships can produce fields that span hundreds of square miles like the Figure below off the Internet. What is interesting is that despite its size, it still looks not a whole lot different than any of the Negative Polarity fields shown so far, big or small. The mountain range in the background of the Figure below compared to the trees in Figure 12 in Starrgram 2 gives a really good perspective of scale. Likewise, it makes Figure 36 in Starrgram 2 look almost 'Up the street'.

Figure 21 - So I like to stretch out once in a while, what's the problem.

Another somewhat so stretched out field sits just behind the hills in the old friend to Radionics, Santa Clarica, California just North of San Fernando just North of Los Angeles. As the following Internet Figure shows, a Negative pole Radionic overlooks the Six Flags Magic Mountain Amusement Park on the northern outskirts of town. Who would ever suspect that the bigger entertainment going on up there is up there and not down there.

Figure 22 - What goes up must come down. If it doesn't, big trouble.

In the following Mother Ship image, the fourth Horsemen of the Apocalypse is on the loose and coming to town. Maybe they're planning on hooking up and finally getting it on.

Figure 23 - I'm here to reveal, not to revel.

They say 'All's fair in love and war'. When Radionics are involved its also pretty fair fare during fairs also. The following upward slanting Mother Ship Radionic cloud overlooking the Plumb Coolie State fair at the left testifies. The smaller Father Ship seed pod slanting upwards in the middle of the Ferris wheel helps the excitement a little too. Plus of course the Father Ship Cloud lying across the lower center and to the right above the trees, helps a bit too.

Figure 24 - We get dizzy just watching those things.

The Following is of interest for a couple of reasons. A Mother Ship field is seen sort of looking lengthwise down it's length, a very faint Positive pole Radionic Field sits mostly covered up higher in back. The Radionic field is causing funny things in the Mother Ship field, and the Mother Ship field is causing funny things in the Radionic field. In particular, notice the same kind of tulip as at the upper left area of Figure 35 of Starrgram 9. The pooch seems to know what's going on even if the fishermen don't.

Figure 25 - Woof, woof, 'er woof.

A similar version to the above was found on the Internet featuring a Father Ship instead of Mother. The photograph was taken looking at the Rampart Mountains in Jasper, Alberta by someone who was no doubt struck by the majesty of the landscape and caught the unsuspected Radionic field as a bonus. The chewed up cumulus clouds at the upper right are loaded with Volume II type condensates and gumballs. As previously mentioned, anytime you see rat chewed cumulus clouds suspect Radionics and not Mother Nature.

Figure 26 -

Radionic images large and small can be found all over the Internet. The following very distinct Mother Ship field overtop a Negative pole Radionic Field was found on an Internet website which was going on about the guy in the boat's creative endeavor he was undertaking. Talk about a heh heh, breakwater. This is poetic license all the way. While the 'Art me' poet was endeavoring to create an interesting take on reality on his computer, the sky in the background was contributing famously to the Reality of the endeavor. It also looks like some bad luck may be on the way, though it's not certain what exactly got broken or who's going to get stuck with it.

Figure 27 - Maybe the fish are going to get the stick.

On the other hand, a partial photograph from Algonquin Park in Northern Ontario on May 24, 2016, shows frazalling by a Father Ship overtop a Negative Polarity Radionic field somewhere on the loose behind the trees, You might notice it even has a corkscrew going right up the middle as was previously shown in Figure 5 of Starrgram 12.

Figure 28 - I wish you could see the rest of me, I love showing off.

Two different types of Mother Ship fields overtopping an Anchor Ship Radionic Clouds can also fry it in a completely different more frazery way as the image below shows. The first Mother Ship is at the bottom right and the second is up the middle.

Figure 29 - Fraze me all you want, it doesn't faze me in the slightest.

The same type of partial photograph as Figure 28 above from Algonquin Park on July 10, 2016, shows the same type of mellow frazalling. Quite likely the same Ship is causing it as the dates are close and the Ships tend to stick around awhile. The blue grey cotton ball and Mobile Ship gumballs all over the middle clouds are covered off in Volume II.

Figure 30 - A full image of me would have shown me a lot better. Well duhh.

On the other hand, the following image of a Father Ship field moving in similar to Figures 24 to 27 of Starrgram 6 was taken off a website, taken during what is obviously an outdoor Pot Luck festival somewhere. It shows a frilly Father Ship array in its early stages as the advancing frillie type cloud similar to the Starrgram 6 Figures. Maybe it was hoping to score. Also, if you look closely at the left side of the cloud you will see that the gal isn't holding the only doobie in town.

Figure 31 - Hey Man, like what's happening Man.

Likewise, the following image was from a video featuring animals of note. Among many of those presentations was the World's largest elephant at twelve and a half feet tall. Notice the Negative Anchor Scout Ship field behind the elephant's head lighting it up. Makes you kind of wonder what the Woolly Mammoths of old must have looked like and what kind of Radionic fields they might have been seeing. There's no getting around it, that's a pretty big elephant.

Figure 32 - When I was young they called me Dumbo, now they call me all kinds of things.

Likewise, just to dispel the idea some of you may have that Contrails aren't real, the following photo shows Contrails spewing all over a partially evaporated higher octave Mother Ship Field at the lower right, in front of a partially visible flying V type Positive Polarity Anchor Scout Ship Field in the middle. Particularly interesting to note is the Contrail shadow cast onto the Radionic Field the center. Contrails are at 35,000+ ft. The space between the Contrail and shadow line is wide, showing that the ionnics are really up there.

Figure 33 - Trust me, only the straight one is a shady character.

For an even quieter change of pace rather than to make a point, the following very pretty pastoral scene of a rain cloud passing quietly in front of Father Ship field was also found on the Internet. Nobody's lording it over anyone else in this one. Just a couple of cumulous clouds getting ready to turn on a downpour. Though you might want to notice the jet black clouds mixed with the pure white ones, plus the odd curdling of the clouds at the left.

Figure 34 - Hmmm, I think somebody's in there.

Santa Clarica California, like Brantford and Paris is a very busy place. With Figure 26 in Starrgram 2 showing a Negative pole field, a Positive pole field in Figure 14 of Starrgram 3, a Mother Ship field in Figure 37 of Starrgram 5, and two Father Ship fields now shown below, all four main types of Radionic Ships have been represented. In fact five more reasonably good photographs from Santa Clarica are still on hand unused but why belabor the point. The big point to belabor is that unlike the Brantford and Paris photographs which were all taken because of the Radionic fields they contained, the photos from Santa Clarica are all just ordinary scenic ones which happen to have Radionnic patterns in the background. For sure some of them may have been because of the unusual patterns. Not to misunderstand too, every photo in Santa Clarica doesn't have a Radionic field. Over six hundred were checked out on Google to come up with ten odd now on hand. Try and imagine how many more photos like these must be actually out there in the World. A small Father Ship sit horizontally just left of center and a big white one slopes slowly upwards from the center right.

Figure 35 - We may be occasional, but we're definitely not hard to notice.

Another even better Father Ship equivalent to Figure 37 in Starrgram 5, shown below was found on the internet sitting at a slightly lower octave. No Radials but it does have a very rare Mobile Scout Ship sporting a Radionic field at the center right. This is a tough combination, high enough up in the Fourth Dimension to still have radials, but precipitated dense enough to look solid. For comparison look at the same kind of blob with no Radials just above the trees in the center left in Figure 37 of Starrgram 2.

Figure 36 - Y'all have a nice trip now, hear.

And for those of you who aren't from the deep South and likely don't know what a Fare Tornado is as mentioned in the comment tag of Figure 20 of Starrgram 2, the following image shows one getting it on in grand style. Unfortunately like any big fire, while they may look exciting as long as it isn't your property, the after effect is usually not so exciting even when it isn't your property.

Figure 37 - Nuts, and all I wanted to do was burn off a little crab grass.

Speaking of the Chinese, what a lot of people don't know is that the Chinese is that they like to bet and like to bet big. They'll even bet on how long it will take for a spider to cross a room. In October of 1963, the Mother of a University of British Columbia student in Vancouver moved into a home near the University with six kids in tow. In those days you had to hire an electrician to hook up the stove or go to the hospital if you tried doing it yourself. The electrician couldn't come till the next day so she sent the student over a nearby Chinese/Western restaurant named 'Bing Cafe', which was in the token commercial strip just before the entrance to the campus.

The day was an absolutely lousy cold, wet, blustery, worse than normally dismal typical fall Vancouver day. The student arrived at the restaurant about ten to seven, The sign on the door said it closed at seven. Nobody was in the place except for a Chinese guy sitting at the counter reading a newspaper. After inquiring that it was indeed the waiter, he ordered seven fish and chips. The guy shot off the stool like he had been shot, and ran screaming into the kitchen yelling 'Seven fish and chip, seven fish and chip'. The kitchen doors were still flapping when a head poked out wearing a chef's hat, then went back in. A couple of minutes later the waiter came back out with a coffee courtesy of the cooks.

By now divining that something was definitely going on, the student asked the waiter what was up. The waiter sat down and quietly explained that that morning when getting ready to open, the cooks had made up a huge bowl of fish and chip batter in preparation. Figuring that the day was so lousy it would be a big bust for just about everything, the waiters had came down hard on the cooks for wasting all that batter. Figuring that the waiters were only waiters so what the heck did they know about the subtle mastery of culinary art, the cooks weren't all that happy about being called idiots.. So the bet was on and evidentially it was for no small change. The bet was over how many orders of fish and chips would they sell by closing at seven that evening. You've probably guessed it by now. At exactly seven minutes to closing, on possibly the worst day in the history of the planet for fish and chips, the cooks needed exactly seven fish and chips to win the bet. No wonder everybody says seven is such a lucky number.

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