I encourage you to study the imagery for Hurricane Irma on the various “weather services” like Weather.com, Intellicast.com, CNN, FoxNews.com, etc.
They are all obviously fake images, CGI (computer-generated image).
In a Cat 4 or 5 hurricane, there is a wide swath of moisture that extends hundreds of miles from the eye of the hurricane. If NOAA, NASA or weather-service imagery were used to accurately portray a real storm, we would see a very large area of moisture that extended hundreds of miles from the main storm. In these fake images, only a simplistic cartoon storm is shown.
In these fake images, you do not see any of this, only the “main” roughly circular swirl of the storm. In fact, it has been so dumbed down in the fake imagery that it looks cartoonish. The images of the “hurricane” are simply overlaid on artificial maps of the Caribbean and Florida. See Figures 1 and 2 at left.
After careful review of the imagery from Hurricane Irma, I conclude that the jesuits are masking the true nature of this storm: it is manmade, not a naturally occurring hurricane.
The jesuits are carrying out yet another geostorm, using advanced technologies that manipulate and control weather and climate.
These storms can be fed via injecting massive volumes of water vapor into the atmosphere at tactical sites near a storm. Power plants, esp. nuclear, have the power to influence a storm via water-vapor injection.
The purpose of injecting water vapor into a storm is threefold:
1. It seeds the storm with further moisture, which can deposit many inches of rain over a large geographical area, especially of that area has already been seeded with hygroscopic molecules via the phenomenon of “chemtrails.”
2. the superheated water further energizes the storm and can increase its velocity and overall destructive power.
3. The storm can be steered in virtually any direction and held over a given geographical area for several days, causing maximum damage to the areas below.
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