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Subject: Re: Geiger counter Re: Human Experimentation : One Source of Nuclear Gamma found (?)
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Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2003 13:02:01 GMT
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re: chimney bricks changing color, etc.
I am not sure of the source. That is why I need instruments. Also, the
bricks or whatever it is made of is not accessible - all hidden behind
plaster and closet wall etc. If I had access to the roof and everything
there would be more answers by now.
Tonight it was really bad too. I had not slept since midnight last night.
When I did fall asleep, the radiation from #1291 started immediately.
Luckily I was able to wake up before my feet swelled up too much. It started
hurting again and the gashes on the sides are raw again and the skin is
getting red like cooked meat every time this happens.
I tried sleeping in the car too. I could hear the guy coming into the garage
and starting his car and some device that pumped radiation into my car. My
feet were swelling and hurting within a minute. I can also clearly hear
something that is causing a very strong throb in the walls like a pulsing
artery. This is what causes the pulse to race and synchronize to a rapid
rate when sleeping. It would most certainly turn fatal - heart attack or
stroke - if this continues while a person is asleep. Attempted murder is the
least you can say about this.
Are we talking civilization or cannibalism here ? What can be done about the
cannibals that are on the loose nowadays ?
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