A few days ago I blogged about the fires in the panhandle of the State of Texas, and the suspicions I attach to them.  As I pointed out, some of those fires are inconveniently close to the Pantex plant north-north-east of Amarillo. In case the reader may have forgotten or may not have read that article, the Pantex plant is where many of this nation's nuclear warheads are assembled, and in the case of obsolete or obsolescent nuclear weapons, disassembled. The plant, in other words, forms a vital and crucial link in the country's nuclear deterrent infrastructure, just as important in its way as tactical, intermediate range, or inter-continental nuclear missiles or B-1 or B-2 strategic bombers.

In that blog I also entertained some speculation, which was quickly taken up and expanded upon by some commentators: were the fires a "warning shot" across the bow? If so, from whom? What was the message? If the fires were deliberately set, were they a warning from Mr. Globalooney to cut back on cattle ranching and for people to quit eating beef? Were they a warning from the lunatic political leadership class of this country for Texas and its governor Greg Abbott to quit upsetting the open borders agenda?  Were they started to warn Texas not to indulge any further talk and discussion of the secession  of the state? Were they designed to wipe out the Pantex plant and deny the State access to crucial nuclear weapons infrastructure in the event the state did secede?

Or are they simply what they appear to be? An unfortunate and sad incident? It is a measure of the times we're in, and the trust that people now have of the institutions and "leadership" class ruling the country and clutching at global domination, that we should even entertain such questions as reviewed in the previous paragraph. The gradual awakening of the general populace to all manner of exotic technologies and methods of inducing such fires has not helped. In that vein, and on this website, I have often reviewed my suspicions about the fires in California, and I have entertained the possibility that they were not accidental. I still lean to that view, because the fires suspiciously occurred in areas where property was being sought by large moneyed interests, and where in some cases "smart meters" had been installed on homes and people took many pictures from those fires that tended to corroborate the view that some of the fires were initiated at those meters. Indeed, as I have pointed out any number of times, with the right equipment, skill, and knowledge,  it is possible to use power lines themselves as a signal broadcaster, and it is therefore possible to modulate information into the currents being carried by such lines, information like transients (power surges and so on), transients which can in turn start fires.

With that context in mind, consider now the following "official admission":

Note what is said:

Power lines ignited massive wildfires across the Texas Panhandle that destroyed homes and killed thousands of livestock, officials said Thursday, including the largest blaze in state history that the utility provider Xcel Energy said its equipment appeared to have sparked.

The Texas A&M Forest Service said its investigators have concluded that the Smokehouse Creek fire was ignited by power lines, as was the nearby Windy Deuce fire.

The utility provider Xcel Energy said Thursday that its equipment appeared to have played a role in igniting the Smokehouse Creek fire, though it did not believe its equipment was responsible for the Windy Deuce fire. (Italicized and boldface emphasis added)

The wording here is - to me at least - strangely ambiguous and capable of all sorts of interpretations.  However, basically we're  being told that (1) it's fairly certain now that the officials and utility company personnel have had a chance to examine the evidence available to them thus far, that the power lines themselves initiated the fires and (2) that the utility company's equipment "was not responsible for the Windy Deuce Fire."  So the bottom line is, the power lines both were, and were not, responsible.

Now the obvious interpretation here is... well... obvious: something caused the powerlines to initiate fires. Perhaps a twig or branch fell on the lines, momentarily shorted them out, caught fire, fell to the ground on fire, and voila, we have a grass fire. As anyone who lives in such regions where the wind "comes sweeping down the plain" (to quote the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma), such winds very quickly dry out moisture in crops and grasses, making such fires a constant feature and hazard. In short(no pun intended), the most likely explanation of the fires is precisely that some similar sort of freakish accident is "responsible."

As one might expect, however, I have some high octane speculation to add to this volatile mix besides that of the nearby Pantex plant, which, for a moment, let us return to. As noted, that plant is a crucial component of the country's nuclear weapons arsenal and its maintenance infrastructure. Its presence in the context of the fires must therefore and in my opinion factor into any potential explanation of the fires that views them as potentially deliberately set. In that case, again, the power lines and deliberately modulated transients within them become potential sources of the fires, making the wording of the denial by Xcel Energy that "it did not believe its equipment was responsible for the Windy Deuce fires" even more intriguing, for that might be a way of saying - for a lay audience or readership - that no evidence of a transient originating from their equipment was found. This is not to say that someone not connected to the company might not have done so via direct connection to the line somewhere else. In other words, the transient was inserted somewhere along the line, and not at the closest powerplant, for example, insertion at a substation or transformer. A specially modified transformer designed to do so on the command of a remote signal. There are any number of ways of doing it that might elude the power company until after the fact: by the time the transient occurred, any line monitoring equipment at the utility would have registered it, but the event (and the initiation of the fires) had already occurrred.  Thus, one could definitely and legitimately end up with the contradictory wording of the article: the power lines are responsible, but "our equipment" was not. In other words, it may have been someone else's equipment.

So in the final analysis, we're no closer to a resolution of the question than we were before. But as in all such events, the presence of factors like the Pantex plant means that one cannot rule out the possibility of deliberate action.  We are in the same territory here as we were after the Fukushima disaster, and the context of a new Japanese government and Secretary of Defense's Robert Gates' warning just weeks before the event that Japan should not continue its then policy of rapprochement with China or it would face serious consequences. We are in the same territory as Catherine Austin Fitts observed years ago of a sudden and inexplicable sell-off of Indonesian sovereign securities... inexplicable, that is, until the infamous tsunami hit a week later. We're in the same territory as the very suspicious California fires (and not least their very suspicious behavior). 

In the final analysis, after reading this explanation, I'm still of the opinion that there is "something off" about these Texas fires. Something does not smell right.

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. bluelectricstorm on March 15, 2024 at 3:58 am

    They are sort of …if the wires had started the fires, if…telling the truth, Joseph, They didn’t create an entirely new electrical delivery system to feed those hungry Mordor Towers.
    Anyway, they’re lying for starters, but if they weren’t that’s what it would mean.
    Just like everyone screaming “they’re not safe and effective”.
    I kept telling them, sure they are, for THEM!! Their asses/assets are covered.

  2. anakephalaiosis on March 12, 2024 at 6:54 am

    Man has a seven-day week, a seven-year cycle, and a seven-seal journey, as a measure of lifespan, by sundial template.

    What Elijah did, was to extrapolate the lifespan template, into a sophisticated instrument, able to select excellence.

    Bolt of lightning becomes a metaphor, for experiencing the Buddha field, outside the box, as an out-of-body awareness.

    Texans are prone to see Scythian Crimea, as an ancient shrine to mounted man.

    Marty Robbins – Great Maker:

  3. Richard on March 11, 2024 at 10:04 pm

    In one’s view, given that the winds were in the 30-40 mph range with gusts up to 50-60, . . . seems plausible, but satellite footage literally illuminates three fires starting nearly simultaneously, and then a fourth fire (as if delayed out of Meredith Recreational area (Windy Deuce Fire), further west of those three that includes Smokehouse Creek). All four fires made points of a diamond shape northeast of Amarillo, Tx, if you were to connect the dots. Most of the areas involved were inclusive of pasture country which is itself an implication. What wasn’t too predictable was what that cold front from the north was going to do to the Texas Panhandle.
    There was another area up on the Oklahoma Panhandle that showed up brilliantly on satellite. Slowing the satellite image loop down to 0.25 speed gave some hint of how three fires nearly started at the same time in three different locations with another joining from the west. There were a lot of miles between start positions almost as if a Navstar GPS or Global Positioning System (GPS) might have had something to do with the precision of timing. Equipment, a sort of dubious term for fire starter and communication stuff.
    The satellite loop shows a lot more than just spontaneity with the winds. Watch for who loses land, property, and business and who takes up the losses with a suitcase full of cash being near those classified works areas like Pantex. That whole business stinks and it’s more than just the smell of money where cattle and grilled steaks are concerned.

    • Don B on March 12, 2024 at 5:30 pm

      Interesting comments Richard. Yes, follow the money as always! It should also be the case with the Ukraine/Russia war. There are vast precious metals, minerals and other resources in the rich soil of the Ukraine. I don’t know how accurate or how biased the article is, but we do know the winners will have a lot of resources with which to enrich themselves. The Blackrocks of the U.S., UK, France, and Germany will want a piece of the pie, and Russia would want to increase its resources in addition to all those they own in the Russian area.

      • anakephalaiosis on March 12, 2024 at 11:08 pm

        Normally, natives only get glass pearls, in exchange for precious metals, whereas brothel madam Victoria Nuland hands out cookies, as display of feminist soft power, in exchange for Cossack iron ore.

      • Richard on March 13, 2024 at 5:01 am

        Deutsche Welle, as a news source, is useful and informative as are a few other sources of European origins. One has a subscription on YouTube along with many others.

        From: Don B on March 12, 2024 at 5:30 pm
        “. . . . . . . .we do know the winners will have a lot of resources with which to enrich themselves. The Blackrocks of the U.S., UK, France, and Germany will want a piece of the pie, and Russia would want to increase its resources in addition to all those they own in the Russian area.”. . . . . . . .

        In one’s view, there’s no question that Putin’s Russia wants the Donbas of the Ukraine like the good ole days of the Soviet Union under Stalin. Factories of the Soviet Union made the Soviet Socialist Republic of the Ukraine a key player in their efforts for pillage and plunder as well as a key supplier of what you mentioned, . . . “vast precious metals, minerals and other resources” as well as the rich soils for grain growing. So long as Russian / Ukrainian agro-industrial complex and farmers (фермер / Фермерів) don’t follow those forced procedures of Stalin and Khrushchev, who didn’t understand what farmers already knew but insisted on high output en masse according to other countries.
        The almost black soil is quite fertile for growing but the seasons remain problematic and are not malleable to the will of Comrade Secretary’s, no matter which one.
        One of the reasons for the Ukrainian Holodomor of the 1930’s (Stalin’s time). A dark time of Soviet oppression.
        Soviet industrialization and collectivization (bad karma) of agriculture in the 1930’s is argued to be the blame from one point of view less socially inflammatory. The famine snowballed from there geopolitically, agriculturally, and locally. It remains a sore time of reckoning for central and eastern Slavs of the lands. Genocide is also considered with a lot of evidence to back up that claim. One only needs to consider the effect of Putin’s [meat grinder tactics] on the battlefield in the name of Silovik & Oligarch incorporated.
        One thing that stands out today is the greed of the Siloviki & Oligarchs plus the need for us upright simian types to eat. The ole adage, “control the food and you control the people.” One can’t make things out of raw materials with a famine-stricken-to-death workforce. Slave labor wasn’t beyond the Soviet era rule, either. Still isn’t, just managed differently behind censorship walls and conscription in support of propaganda & dezinformatsiya (old Soviet grown).

        • anakephalaiosis on March 13, 2024 at 12:20 pm

          “We are not going to engage in any attempts to split the West; they will do that themselves with flying colors. But we will, of course, strive to ensure that our interests are respected,” Putin said.

          • Richard on March 13, 2024 at 6:22 pm

            A pity. Once again his projection of misinformed history, so much so, that his best bud from the Party of the east by going west knows better than to consider him a peer partner let alone trusted favourite son. Clearly, he didn’t read the memo.

            “Yuri Andropov, Soviet leader and Komitet gosudarstvennoy bezopasnosti (KGB) head, said the following about dezinformatsiya: [Dezinformatsiya is] like cocaine. If you sniff once or twice, it may not change your life. If you use it every day though, it will make you an addict – a different man.”
            Keeping up the lies, in the form of self-reinforcing delusions & dezinformatsiya, every day to maintain a leading position of propagandization and narrative, . . . “it will make you an addict – a different man.” Out of necessity as one lie follows on the heels of another.
            Putin’s collective [We] are not as large and expanding as he portrays on his restrictive media blurbs. He still thinks he can manage the consequences of his blunders, pillage, and plunder. He has no [rat] cornered 2024.

    • bluelectricstorm on March 15, 2024 at 3:53 am

      I witnessed same in Oregon two or three years ago…time flies.
      Drove by three fire spots on mountain as last helicopter was circling the smoky mess.
      Half hour later or so, met a young woman as lived across the road from. She showed me a video she’d taken as it was burning.
      Three fires, all on the same mountain. All three burning at the same rate and at the same stage. All three on the same parallel, and equidistant from one another.
      Way back that after I took another close look. Facing that mountain slope, at an angle, was another mountain slope. This slope was not heavily green , robust and healthy, like the burning one. This slope was barren of vegetaion, only this slope of that mountain. And there at the top? A Mordor Tower.
      Saw same in 2021 re: 2020 fires west of area, coast. The fires began precisely at the California line, and ended precisely at the entrance of the Collier tunnel, where a MOrdor Tower can be seen just before entering on a mountain side to the front right.
      I’ve witnessed a lot else after the burning of Phoenix and Talent. And predicted in late 2018 that the next fires would go up to north Medford, because the 2018 fires, which began in Hilt in JUly, this initiating incident before Redding went up, featured “spot fires” all the way to no. Medford.
      I even got to drive by that first spot fire in no. Medford the day they fired up Medford. The highway was closed directly behind me.
      the devastation in Talent and Phoenix was visibly and undeniably associated with those massive towers on the street side along the main road through these towns. And Bill Gates’ sister’s Avista telecommunications company was all over the place smartening things up afterward, before any thing else got done, for months, and they hooked up the Applegate Valley too at that time. Lots of very very weird shit goes down after these attacks.
      Then they start building back more inhuman than ever. Something’s got to give

  4. marcos toledo on March 11, 2024 at 9:45 pm

    How low has the West fallen this is a scenario taken out of a Mafia playbook The question is for how long has the Western Governments been nothing more than organized crime syndicates in everything but name?

    • anakephalaiosis on March 12, 2024 at 5:56 am

      Within the framework of known history, then the Assyrian empire is considered the world’s first empire, which is organised slavery, by culling and deportation.

      Jonah went to Nineveh, to protest against the empire, and Elijah came up with an antidote, assuming, that his school of thoughts has survived in Samarian Crimea.

      The gospel hero endorsed Elijah, and acted on a Scythian mandate, and, that has been underplayed, by counterintelligence, which is what the Roman Catholic Church is.

      Only, by reviving Elijah, can a two millennia curse be broken, and, today, the lynchpin is Scythian Crimea.

  5. Robert Barricklow on March 11, 2024 at 3:47 pm

    Is disaster capitalism using God-like powers to snap-up real estate;
    both commercial[this business is to blame(fire, flood, etc.), and residential?

    George Bush’s[the substantially equivalent] blame game is getting seriously confusing.
    With the God-like powers, the press choir global hymning of narratives, and the scientists’ rubber stamping of proven “truths”; nobody or corporation, is above being targeted.

    Could one weather the coming storms, just by closely following the stock market “puts”; pulling out – so-to-speak, before the coming storms and/or power lines surge into the danger zone?

    No doubt about it!
    If you don’t follow, the designated-global-leader-narratives – your in the danger zone.

  6. 1pookadahooka on March 11, 2024 at 12:40 pm

    “There are no coincidences”. Looking back through history at such ‘disasters’, the questions to be asked are either Who Benefits from the disaster? or Whose interests were threatened by prosperity of the Disastered Party?

  7. Robert Barricklow on March 11, 2024 at 11:49 am

    A sign of the times; times that follow unseen Dewey cycles?
    An unseen Atlantis science of galaxy wide cycles?
    An unseen hand, that may have much to do about….

  8. anakephalaiosis on March 11, 2024 at 6:48 am

    Texas is being burned at the stake, by the Vatican playbook, as punishment for insurrection.

    The Vatican crusade demands gladiators, who are willing to fight, for lofty ideas, overseas.

    The Vatican honey trap casts a wicked spell, which is feminist divide and conquer, with pope as pimp.

    Marty Robbins – Wicked Felina:

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