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Subject: Human Experimentation : Radiation/Burning Still Going On In my Home - 1/11/03
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Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2003 02:23:45 GMT
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Human Experimentation :
Radiation/Burning Still Going On In My Home: 1/11/03
I have found two cables in my basement, coming from #1291 next door on the
West ('White' male ~45yrs with Japanese wife and toddler girl) and leading
up the walls of my home that seem to bypass my house mains switchbox
There seems to be nothing in the house that I know of that could operate off
of this !
One is a twin lead white cable similar to other power cables in the house
wiring. It goes up the wall near the garage stairs.
The other one is black round 1/2cm diameter.
< I also noticed that the fields from the outside mains switchbox are
brought into the house by all the basement cabling as well as the gas lines
and fire sprinkler pipes, etc. They seem to be amplified with the fridge is
turned on or a bathroom fan is on,etc. and all the radiation points in the
walls and ceilings and floors begin to radiate very strongly. >
< I have found cars outside emitting sounds/radiation as well as
shock/electrocution pulses that are barely unnoticeable and intermittent
seemingly coming from #1291 while I am trying to get some sleep, etc. >
Does any electircian know who does this kind of kinky viring. I notice pink
plaster around certain patchwork areas in my basement including the inlet
point of these strange cables. I think a Vietnamese electrician was
responsible for the wiring in my house when it was built several years ago.
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