Saturday, January 22, 2011

Have You Seen The New Type Of Cloud?

About a month ago, when I was waiting for my train in the city, I ended up talking to a stranger about the coming Ice Age and the end of the interglacial.

I asked him, "Have you noticed the new type of cloud?" He shrugged and looked at me. "You think you are seeing a new kind of cloud?" I looked straight at him and said, "I don't think I'm seeing a new type of cloud. I know I'm seeing a new type of cloud. All of my life, I have grown used to being able to see things that are right in front of other people that they can't see. In order to see the new cloud type, you simply have to look up routinely and pay attention to what you are looking at. That's all."

He kind of grimaced and said, "Listen, did you know that one of the things associated with schizophrenia is seeing messages in clouds you think are intended for you? I don't know about a new Ice Age, but I know if you think you are seeing special clouds in the sky, you might want to talk to a psychiatrist. That's my advice to you."

Then he walked away.

I looked straight up over the train station.

There, clear as day in the sky above both of us while we had been talking, was a brand new type of cloud formation unlike anything I had ever seen before in my life. I'd seen some pretty astonishing clouds and crazy patterns in the sky when I was in basic training in Fort Sill, Oklahoma. None of them had ever looked anything like this.

Lo and behold, three nights later I was surfing the net and discovered a site declaring that scientists had been observing worldwide a brand new kind of cloud formation never before seen on our planet. Not just human observation - confirmed by satellite and aerial photography.

These are Ice Age clouds we are seeing now in the skies all over the world. They are clouds heralding a new kind of climate and a fundamental shift in our environment that is a result of forces working on us at the cosmic level that are changing everything around us into something many of us cannot even imagine.

Sapiens is such a dense critter, he can't even be bothered to look up. Too much trouble and besides, he doesn't really have sufficient natural curiosity. He pretends to be curious to impress girls but in reality he isn't interested in anything that is not directly related to sex, power and money. He can't think. Therefore, he can't look up. Apparently, only Neanderthals can actually perceive meaningful changes in their environment. If there isn't a consensus, as far as Sapiens is concerned it never happened. Even if all he needed to do was to look up to confirm it.


Anonymous said...

What are the diagnostic criteria for being one of these neanderthals? Are there physical characteristics (such as a strong/stocky build) or are they purely mental?

Anonymous said...

Those clouds seem to be related to chemtrails, and possibly haarp.

Texas Arcane said...

About a million things differentiate Neanderthal from Sapiens.

Off the top of my head:

1. Neanderthals don't develop pattern baldness as they age.

2. Neanderthals have no waists. They are a solid tube of muscle going straight down.

3. Neanderthals will talk about information, observation and conclusions when they speak. Sapiens will talk about what people say, about what people feel and about what people believe.

4. Neanderthals have an uncanny affinity with animals and an ability to imitate their sounds, gestures and behaviours. Sapiens seems to have a certain enmity with animals and a degree of alienation.

5. Neanderthals are not a series of betrayals and treacheries. They do betray those they love or attempt to manipulate those inside their amity circle. Sapiens is a creature who ultimately makes no permanent allegiances with anyone that cannot be rapidly abandoned, including his mates. Neanderthal is monogamous and warm, Sapiens is promiscuous and cold.

6. Neanderthals can reason and learn. A half a million years prove it. Sapiens cannot. 150,000 years of evidence proves that. Before Neanderthals interbred with Sapiens, there is no evidence that Sapiens could ever think about anything, solve problems or innovate. This alone is a colossal, fundamental difference between the two species.

Texas Arcane said...

"Those clouds seem to be related to chemtrails, and possibly haarp."

Do you read any of the links on this blog - or just respond to them?

Have understood anything posted up here?

Anonymous said...

Spooky timing of your cloud post Tex.

I am in Victoria and last Thursday evening around 9pm I called my Mother out to look at the cloud formation that covered us as far as the eye could see. The wind was from the EAST, quite steady and exceptionally cool for this time of year. The cloud was of uniform density like one big doona had been rolled over the sky. It also had an odd faintly red/pink tinge to it and I remarked, that it reminded me of colour of the dust storms which I have previously seen in Victoria - except they have all rolled in from the WEST/NORTH-WEST(from the Wimmera-Mallee). IT was a cloud formation that neither I nor my Mother had ever seen in our respective 49 and 71 years on Earth.

Anonymous said...

You make it seem as if Neanderthals are more feminine, physically speaking. Testosterone is associated with baldness, tiny waists (but large legs and a v-taper), and poor hearing.

They knew in the 19th century that violin players were more likely to have a full head of hair, but musicians who hauled around brass instruments were more likely to be bald. A healthy, sensitive ear is important for string instruments; a healthy back for a tuba.

Mentally, the Neanderthal is manly.

Anonymous said...

Tex, what about the female of the species? My husband seems to fit the Neanderthal bill, but do I?

I identify with every one of the intellectual attributes but not so much the physical :-)

Anonymous said...

Interesting reading from India-

What?? Earth isn't a closed system, and is affected by the sun and the rest of the universe? Say it ain't so!

Anonymous said...

How quick do you think it will get consistently cold enough in the north to store butter in a dedicated shack in one's backyard, for the best energy per square meter solution?

Anonymous said...

Tex, Erik Trikaus, is perhaps the leading academic advocate for Neanderthal genetic contribution in Europe and the Near East.

Chesterton said...

Off the top of my head:

1. Neanderthals don't develop pattern baldness as they age.

Ben Franklin was bald. So was Fred Hoyle. Just off the top of my head...

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