WPC 2 Creepy Clouds   11 comments


There’s been a lot of weird cloud formation ever since H A A R P started messing with the ionosphere. Here are a couple of them.

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Posted August 15, 2015 by Cris in Clouds, Creepy, Cris Coleman, Weather, Weird

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11 responses to “WPC 2 Creepy Clouds

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  1. This is really weird , almost abstract, but I like that. The first one is cool, I can see a dune, but it could also be a picture taken with the lens half under water and half outside of the water… it doesn’t only look like a cloud photo. The second one is even more abstract, it looks as if the world is under wavy water, pretty weird but cool!

    • Thank you, Dennis. That’s some pretty shrewd observations. Now that you mentioned it, I can see what you’re talking about—one of those, “Why didn’t I see that before?” moments. 🙂 Mainly because I’m not very imaginative. We get a lot of weird cloud formations around here, none of them natural. I grew up with the kinds of clouds we were taught in textbooks. Now, the clouds that often appear seem to be torured and mangled, which I believe is the result of a number of HAARP arrays around the world tossing around billions of Watts of power into the atmosphere for the past several decades. But that’s a whole ‘nother story. Again, I appreciate your comments.

  2. Great response to the Creepy prompt. I’ve never seen clouds like that……

    • I haven’t seen too many clouds like this recently, more normal, nature-made clouds. But, for awhile, these kinds of clouds were no unusual sightings. I enjoy the light, fluffy normal cumulous clouds that I haven’t seen in a long time, except for very rare times.

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  4. so artistic 🙂

  5. A very cool creepy. Great photos!

    • Thanks. It’s never fun seeing clouds like these because you never know what they’re going to do. Well, they’ve never really done anything, but that doesn’t stop the mind from going a little nutzoid. Love your kelp-haired mermaid, by the way. 🙂

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