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Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Radiation/Burning Still Going On In my Home - 1/11/03
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Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 15:59:02 GMT
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The two I mention are 1-phase and two-phase cables bypassing my mains switch
inside as well as outside the bouse. Two twin video cables also bypass
everything and go around the house (even though I have not ordered cable; I
have only one cable outlet in the house anyways; why two twin cables going
into the house ? Also, the video box outside seems to have all the video
cables going to either #1291 or #1297 as per labels ! Now you know who the
ones with set top broadcast transmitters of your naked videos are...)
"Winfield Hill" wrote in message
> "News2020" wrote...
> > I found two wires in my basement coming from #1291 next door on the West
> > that bypass the main switchbox in my bome and go directly up through the
> > walls. One of them is a white twin lead that is similar to power cords
> > wired elsewhere. The other one is black round and ~1/2 cm diameter
> > towards the wall next to the garage stairs.
> These "bypass" the main switch because they are not 120vac wiring.
> The 0.2" black wire sounds like an old (or new?) cable TV coax line
> from yesteryear. The other may be thermostat wiring or some such.
> But you know that.
> Is this your house entirely, or shared (condo-style) ownership, as is
> common in the east? If yours alone, and you think these wires don't
> belong there, simply cut them, and then test all your needed services
> to see if they had a legitimate use. If not, end of story. If they
> did serve an important function, better learn how to reconnect them!
> Time for some fun.
> - Win
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