Weather Control, It’s All Good, Right?

The following article is merely to inform you, not to persuade you, scare you or coerce you into any action. I merely came upon this speech by Johnson, and it flabbergasted me, so I thought I’d share it. I encourage you to do your own research, trust your own intelligence, and seek your own spiritual path.

“He Who Controls the Weather Will Control the World,”

                                  Lyndon B. Johnson

In 1962, Lyndon B. Johnson gave a speech advocating the use of weather control as a means of warfare. Click here to listen to Johnson’s speech (1962)



Ironically, it was John F. Kennedy who said that just because we can do a thing it doesn’t mean that we should do a thing. Every advance in technology comes with the double edge sword that whatever can be used for good, can also be utilized for the domination of others, which is the very root and definition of evil.

I promise you that if you trace just about any act of inhumanity to people, it comes back to the desire to have power and control over others, to be “as God,” in a sense. The root of greed is the desire for power. That’s why Jesus said that the love of money (greed) is the root of all evil (intentional harm inflicted upon others).

He Who Controls The Weather Will Control The World – Lyndon B Johnson : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

I mean if a group had the power to control the weather, they would NEVER use it to cause harm to people, would they? Surely not. Just look at human history. See how benevolent governments, rulers and people in powerful positions have always been? (Yes, you did detect a hint of sarcasm in my words.)

Remember this saying?Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority; still more when you superadd the tendency of the certainty of corruption by authority.” Lord Acton 


What if countries could wage war by sending massive tornadoes to wipe out their enemies?

What would it mean if those in power could control a population by immobilizing them with apocalyptic ice storms?

And what if they could induce droughts and high winds, then send lightning storms to spark wildfires?

Now, what if this weather controlling got out of control?

In the final book of the New Testament, Revelation, we read a description of hailstones that weigh over a hundred pounds each. Can you imagine? Is that possible? Not a hundred years ago, but what about in thirty years? What about in ten years? Or what about in three years? What about now?

What could cause such a phenomenon?

The book of Revelation also talks about heat waves so intense that people run to the mountains and cry for the rocks to fall on them. What if someone had an agenda to push so they could instigate global control?

Could they use weather as one means to make it “real?” Could they create a crisis in order to create a solution, a solution that strips every person on the planet of freedoms to come and go as they please?

I guess if a massive wildfire can destroy large swaths of land in a variety of places, including Maui, a virtual paradise island, then anything is possible.


In the 1990s I read a book by a man named Tex Marrs, whom had been a captain in the U.S. Air Force and an instructor at the University of Texas. I can’t remember the name of the book, but I do remember that in it he wrote of weather control as a way to wage war and control populations. He also spoke of AI, viruses as disguised warfare, secret societies, and occultism in high places. I thought he was CRAZY. I closed the book and proclaimed, “He’s a nut case.”

I might have been wrong.

I didn’t like his delivery method. I thought he was harsh and judgmental, but I can’t deny that he DID know some things. The evidence is all around me now, thirty years later.


In 1951, Harvey Brandau, and Wis. Wilton filed a patent with the UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE for PROCESS FOR CONTROLLING WEATHER.
Now, that might not seem like such a big deal. People are always filing patents, but check out this CBS interview from 2013. 

CBS this morning Lasers weather control 2015 – Search (

You can also check out this article from 2014. Scientists think they can control weather with lasers – CBS News


I’m not outrightly accusing anyone of anything but I am inviting you to NOT take everything you see and hear on the news, on Tik-Tok, on Facebook or Twitter or on someone’s blog post, at face value.

Please realize that we’re being gaslighted at every turn, by the media, by politicians (from all parties), by celebrities, by academics, by scientists, by officials, you name it… and it’s happening on all topics, not just this one.

So, what I am inviting you to do is to be alert, to be mentally and spiritually sober, and to be a vigilant guard over your own soul, because the biggest weapon against your soul is deception and a friend used to say, “If you know you’re being deceived then you’re no longer deceived.”

Keep your calm. Trust in the Lord and do whatever you do out of a loving heart with good intentions. And above all, do not be afraid. Walk in love and know that we are more than our bodies. We live forever. When you understand who and what you are, you lose your fear of death which is the ultimate fear and when you have no fear, when you are spirit led, nothing can control you.

Therefore, do your own research. Be objective. THINK for yourself. Draw your own conclusions. It’s fine if you disagree with me, so long as your thoughts and opinions are really your own and not something you’ve been spoon-fed. Again, I encourage you, on every topic that concerns, do your own research.

Remember that old saying, “What’s right is not always popular. What’s popular is not always right.”

…the universe

is forever out of control,

…trying to dominate events

goes against the current of the Tao. (the way of heaven, the Way of God)

—Translator: Stephen Mitchell


Gaslighting Didn’t End in 1944


Notice the Red Flags

It’s a person you love, a spouse, a boyfriend, a girlfriend, a parent, a child. Maybe it’s a sibling, an in-law, an aunt or an uncle. It could be a grandparent, a friend or a co-worker. It could even be your pastor or a community leader.

But something is “off.”

And you just can’t explain it or put your finger on it. Your relationship with them keeps you second-guessing yourself.

You feel confused and disoriented.

Additionally, you feel threatened and on-edge. You may even feel the urge to flee from them. And maybe, you feel like you’re losing “yourself” around them.


Sometimes, you might even lash out in ways that are not normal for you. They take your lashing out as a chance to embrace you back into the fold and help you figure out “what’s wrong with you.”

Other times, they may berate you.

Either way, they come across as stable and you seem neurotic.


Maybe, even though they tell you that they’re not trying to separate you from others that you love, you feel like they are. You sense that they want your relationships with others to be on “their” terms.

Gaslighters minimize and/or dismiss your opinions. They have a gift for bursting your bubbles and downplaying your ideas.

What’s more, they want “intimacy,” possibly wanting you to share your “feelings” with them and to know “everything” about you. They want you to be enamored with them and to know that they’re the most important person in your life.

In addition, they might let you know that without them you will never succeed, be complete, live up to your potential, etc.

And you feel like you’re never quite “good enough” around them.

You find yourself apologizing for your preferences or over-explaining yourself.

…If the preceding words resonate with you, then you may be the victim of GASLIGHTING.


The term “gaslight” comes from a play that was made into a movie in 1940 and then again in 1944. The premises of the script is that a psychopathic killer slowly and methodically tries to convince his wife that she is insane so that he can have her committed to a mental institution, inherit her wealth and cover up the fact that she found a letter evidencing his criminal activity.

Click here for a brief clip from the movie. Gaslight (1944)…starring Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer

According to Psychology Today, “Gaslighting is an insidious form of manipulation and psychological control. Victims of gaslighting are deliberately and systematically fed false information that leads them to question what they know to be true, often about themselves. They may end up doubting their memory, their perception, and even their sanity. Over time, a gaslighter’s manipulations can grow more complex and potent, making it increasingly difficult for the victim to see the truth.”


Gaslighting is a favorite tool of people with narcissistic traits, narcissistic personality disorder, psychopaths and sociopaths. Of course, not everyone who engages in gaslighting falls into the above categories.

Some people are unaware that they are gaslighters. They may have grown up in a gaslighting family, learning to gaslight and manipulate just like they learned to walk and talk. It comes as natural to these folks as breathing.  Or they may have married into a gaslighting family and allowed it to continue until it became their go-to state of being, which means any children they raise will be reared in a gaslighting environment.

However, OTHERS know exactly what they’re doing.

They may have gaslit their entire lives, getting what they want from people by studying them, recognizing their paths of trajectory then manipulating them with subtle and well-placed words. Gaslighters will applaud themselves for being “honest” and demand “honesty” from you, especially “emotional honesty” but they themselves, while “honest” may actually be quite deceptive, using their emotional “honesty” as another tool in their arsenal.  They can appear to be vulnerable when it’s for the purpose of shaping your emotional reaction in their favor.


Regardless of whether it’s on purpose or a natural extension of their personality, gaslighting is harmful.  In fact, the first incident of gaslighting that I can think of is recorded in Genesis 3:2-4

2And the woman said unto the serpent, We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the garden: 3But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die. 4And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die:

Just as the serpent wanted to alter Eve’s perception of reality and make her doubt what God had originally told her, gaslighters  want to alter your perception of reality. Gaslighting is witchcraft in its purest form, attempting to not only manipulate you into doing what the gaslighter wants, but it literally alters the way you view reality. It seeks to subjugate you to domination.”

Even Jesus faced a gaslighter when he was tempted in the wilderness. He’re an account from Luke 4. 

 3And the devil said unto him, If thou be the Son of God, command this stone that it be made bread. 4And Jesus answered him, saying, It is written, That man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God. 5And the devil, taking him up into an high mountain, shewed unto him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time. 6And the devil said unto him, All this power will I give thee, and the glory of them: for that is delivered unto me; and to whomsoever I will I give it. 7If thou therefore wilt worship me, all shall be thine.



According to Shaneen Megji and all the books I’ve recently read on the subject, they do it for the following reasons:

  1. To gain power &/or control. Why? Because, maybe, at some point in their lives, they felt powerless and when they first got that taste of power, it fed them!
  2. Make you dependent upon them.
  3. Isolate you from people who might sway you over to another reality whether that be your family, your church, your friends, etc.

All of them do it because they want to control your thoughts, actions and version of reality for the purpose of reinforcing their own version of reality.

But YOU don’t have to be a victim of gaslighting. Remember, even Jesus called them out and set boundaries with them.  


Whether intentional or not, gaslighting is a form of emotional abuse and it leaves a mark on its victims. Here are some tactics that gaslighters use.

Angels of Light

-Gaslighters may often appear to be altruistic to the public. If they are financially able, they may even be philanthropists, giving to be recognized as “good” people. Doing good deeds with no recognition or grandiosity at all does not usually appeal to them. It’s possible that a gaslighter may be a prominent citizen and be “adored” by the public. They may come across as charming, polite, respectful, and fun. Whatever the case, they present one face to the world and when their victims try to speak out, no one believes them.


-Gaslighters often wear a mask of confidence or even compassion (it’s fake compassion) to make you realize that you’ve go it all wrong or that they simply have “your best interest at heart.” They know what’s best for you. You might end up apologizing, admiring them and doubting your own grip on reality. They want you to trust them and follow their lead on all the “big” things in life, but guess who decides what’s a “big” thing?

Gathering Intel.

Gaslighters want to know what makes you tick. They intuitively feel the urge to find out as much as they can about you emotionally and psychologically. These folks want to know what pleases you physically, emotionally and mentally. They may need this for future ammunition.

CHANGING THE SUBJECT.                                                                                                       

The gaslighter will sometimes get you off track by posing a question to you or simply changing the subject and getting you off track. He or she may even bring up another subject accusing you of something and turning the tables so that you are the attacker, and they appear to be the victim! They may convince you that you have a problem. Maybe a personality disorder or they might even convince you that you’re a covert narcissist or that you have an anxiety disorder, an attachment style disorder or any number of things.


Gaslighters may brush your insights, ideas and concerns off as insignificant, which leaves you feeling foolish for bringing them up in the first place. It’s not uncommon for them to ignore your boundaries or pretend that you weren’t plain when you set them. They may even tell you to set boundaries and want you to enforce them with others but when you try to enforce them with the gaslighter, he or she will explain them away. Often a gaslighter will sweep your emotions under the rug or say that you aren’t really feeling what you say you’re feeling or that you never said what you claim to have said.

Denial, twisting, dismissing and reframing.

Gaslighters will subtly (the better they are at it, the more subtle their twisting) twist and reframe whatever is said or done into their favor, often painting themselves as the victim and you as the toxic person. They will usually steer a conversation in their favor and if they do own up to anything, it’s only to get you to trust them and confide in them even more. When this is compared with fake empathy or fake compassion, it can make you feel as if you’re being irrational, and you may begin to question your own emotional or mental stability.

That Quickening Moment: Part III

That Quickening Moment



In his book, The Shift: Taking your Life from Ambition to Meaning, Wayne Dyer speaks of ego. He says ego stands for:




Ergo, Ego=doing things our way instead of God’s way.

If you think about this, it goes all the way back to the story of Cain and Able.

Cain wanted to do things his way, to take shortcuts and circumvent the laws of the spiritual universe.

EGO says, “I am what I have.”

In other words, if I earn more money and have nicer things, then I am more valuable in this world.

EGO also says, “I am what I do and what I do leads to achievement which leads to the idea that my worth depends on what I have and what I do.”

EGO further says, “I am what others think of me.”

It believes itself to be separate from others and goes to great links to manipulate, control, intimidate, interrogate, and coerce others into behaving the way we need them to so that we feel better.


new creation

When we experience a quickening moment, we realize that what we used to believe no longer lines up with the new creation we’ve become.

Things like winning and getting ahead take a backseat to finding inner peace and living with purpose.                                                                                                           –Wayne Dyer

We start to gage everything on the basis of, “Is this the path that feels like inner peace in my life? Is this God’s best path forward to me?”

We may suddenly find ourselves not wanting to go places we used to go or do things we used to do or even hang around with people we used to hang around with. We discover that we are existing in a whole new reality as if we are literally vibrating on another plane of existence.

If we make a choice out of ego, it takes us away from finding meaning and purpose. It takes us off God’s best laid path for our lives, our inner callings.

When we experience a quickening, we know in the depth of our beings that there is something more and nothing else, no matter how amazing it may seem, can fill us or give us meaning.


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We get to a place where we are guided by something bigger than ourselves. The key is to stay in harmony with the Spirit of God, to walk in the Way. Once we stay there, purpose and meaning start to take over and we no longer chase the blessings. They chase us!

It’s these quickening moments, born again experiences, that transform us into new creations, that help us wake up and become more Christ-like.

Paul says that if anyone is “in Christ’ then he or she is no longer the kind of being they once were but has become a brand-new creation, something that they’ve never been before.

In Christ does not refer to keeping religious laws or adhering to some external standard in order to be deemed worthy of heaven. It is not about what we do.

What kind of being do we become when we undergo this massive internal transformation?

We become the kind of being that Jesus was when he was on this earth and we start to get our memories back, to wake up to who we really are, where we’re really from, why we’re really here and where we’re really going. We start to see this world as transient. How do I know this?

Well, the disciple, John, says, “Herein is our love made perfect, that we may have boldness (confidence and assurance) in the Day of Judgement (justice); because as He is, so are we in this world.” 1 John 4:17

In the study that Dyer quotes, he speaks of the characteristics of a quickening moment.

  1. It’s vivid, intense. It stays with you forever. You may try to walk away but you can’t unknow the truth once you know it. It will always be inside you, always calling you back. Once you’re born, you can’t be unborn.
  2. It’s surprising, unexpected, uninvited, and unforeseen. (Like when Walking Deer saw the neon sign in a previous blog post.)
  3. It requires surrender, letting go of ego and acknowledging that it is the higher, better way.
  4. It is benevolent; peaceful and blissful, serene.


Dyer talks about a study that found that both men and women begin to have a change in values when they experience this shift. He lists the top five values of each before and after.


  1. Wealthso often men are taught from youth to believe their worth is found in what they can accumulate, in their possessions, positions, and how much money they make. EGO–I AM WHAT I HAVE. 
  2. Sense of adventure (travel, novelty, experiences, food, excitement)—This is a type of machoism and/or wanderlust, always looking the next great experience, never being satisfied with “enough.” EGO–I AM WHAT I DO. 
  3. Sense of achievement— (accolades, admiration, envy) Many men are led to believe that their worth is tied up with their accomplishments, setting goals, competing and “winning.” EGO–I AM WHAT OTHERS THINK OF ME. 
  4. Personal pleasureWhatever indulges the senses or feeds a sense of triumph to the mind. EGO–I AM WHAT I DO.
  5. Status/to be Respected/Admired/Envied by other men/Desiredhave admiration of other people, affection of women, envy of men. EGO–I AM WHAT OTHERS THINK OF ME.

My Note: Notices that spirituality and family are not even on the list! They are somewhere down the line.


  1. Spirituality/relationship with God–(Wow! What a transformation from not in the top five all the way to number 1!)
  2. Personal peace—not needing to impress anyone or prove anything or teach anyone “a lesson,” a sense of contentment. Now, the true measure of success is about knowing inner peace!
  3. Family(again, wow! It wasn’t even in the top five before.) After the shift it’s about spending time with the kids, valuing the wife, making lasting memories with the grandkids. It’s about teaching the children the true meaning of success and planting seeds of spirituality. It’s no longer about man toys and trips. It’s no longer about being seen with attractive women and being the envy of other men. It’s about building a true legacy, not a legacy of getting and gaining and waste.
  4. God’s WillAgain this wasn’t even on the list before! This one is the total opposite of EGO! Not your will, but mine, God. I ask you to direct my path. It’s not about what I think I need, it’s about your best laid plans for me. That’s what I want—your way only. Show me your ways, Oh, God, that I may walk in them! Talk about a total turn-around! EGO is out the door. Instead of edging God out, they’re inviting him in.
  5. Honestythis is not a demand that everyone else hand over their secrets as a means of power and control but rather an honest look at oneself and a humility before God. It means being honest in transactions, not conniving and deceptive in speech, not underhanded in actions—not manipulative.


  1. FamilyWomen are raised to be supporters and are often taught from an early age to deny our own inner instincts in order to please others. While this doesn’t seem like ego, it actually falls under I AM WHAT OTHERS THINK OF ME, prompting most women to measure their worth by what others say and think about us. 
  2. Sense of independencebecause women are trained to be supporters, we often feel trapped, enslaved, to the needs of others, to husbands, siblings, children, and parents. This feeling of being trapped, of not being able to pacify the ego, this suppressing of personal wants and dreams, often causes hidden seeds of resentment to grow within. EGO–I AM WHAT I DO. 
  3. Career–feeling guilty about having one and feeling guilty about not having one. EGO–I AM WHAT I DO.
  4. Fitting inwomen are judged HARSHLY by other women when they don’t fit in. EGO–I AM WHAT OTHERS THINK OF ME.
  5. Being attractiveWomen are told from the time we’re babies that we need to be “pretty” in order to have worth. Sometimes, the message is subtle, sometime blatant, but it’s always there. For some women their entire sense of self-worth is wrapped up in how attractive they are. Magazines, videos, movies, etc. feature women who are “beautiful” and therefore worth more in society. EGO–I AM WHAT OTHERS THINK OF ME. 


  1. Personal growth She begins to work on her psychological well-being. Maybe she takes courses on things she has always been interested in but never had the confidence to try. She starts to care less and less what other people think.
  2. Self-esteemshe realizes that she has value beyond how she looks or how clean her house is or how many years she’s worked without missing a day or whether or not she hosted the family reunion this year. This is the time when a woman realizes that she is a an individual, that she is not so and so’s wife or mom or sister or aunt, she is an actual person with an actual set of gifts and God-given ideas.
  3. Sense of spiritualityIt becomes more and more important to her to walk according to God’s purpose and plan for her life whether anyone else approves or not. She carves out moments to spend alone in meditation, contemplation, and rest.
  4. Right to happinessBecause of her personal growth and her increased bent toward spirituality she now realizes that she has a right to be happy, too. Happiness looks different to different people, but she learns to identify what feels joyful to her and to go in that direction.
  5. Forgivenessshe lets go of the resentment she has felt against her husband and others who have taken advantage of her generosity throughout the years.