Something causing circular radiating effect is in front of privacy fence, (or second tree from left in photo.) At far left horizontal lines of light. And at far right of photo- ‘L’ shaped lines of light go in opposite direction from circling radiation. What might be causing this refraction of light? Refraction of light off invisibility suits? Above image taken on drive to north outside my home. Privacy fence in middle of adjoined drive.
Below are a few of the hundreds of published U.S. patents for invisibility or “chameleon” suit materials, invisibility cloaking for devices, and invisibility detection devices.
In 1994 US Patent 5307162 By Richard Schowengerdt.
In 2006 US Patent 20060131478 By Ray Alden…
In 2007 US Patent 7206131 By Ray Alden with the US Army…
In 2008 US Patents- 200801654412 By Wenshan Cai with the US Army… 20080165442 A1 By Cai, Shalaev, Chettiar, and Kildishev with the US Navy…
In 2010 US Patents- 20100156556 by Nathan Cohen… 7795596 By Aref Chowdhury awarded by US Air Force… 20100156573 By David Smith with the US Army… 20100110559 By Wenshan Cai with the US Army…
In 2011 US Patents- WO2010021736A9 By David Smith for U.S. Air Force… CA2832795A1 by David Kaplan awarded by US Air Force… 20110085229 By Oleg Lavrentovich with the US Navy…
In 2012 US Patents- 8,253,639 B2; 20120319798 A1 both by Nathan Cohen… 8195244 by Clinton Smoyer… 8094378 By Alexander Kildishev with the US Army…
In 2013 US Patents- 20130010346 By Steven Risser… CN103181025A By 大卫·卡普兰 – 塔夫茨大学 Contracted by US Air Force… 8490035 By Anthony Grbic awarded by US Air Force… 8509578 By Igor Smolyaninov with US Navy… 20130017348 By Atsushi Sanada with the US Navy…
In 2014 US Patents- 8867121 By Oleg Lavrentovich… WO2014182398A1 By Andrea Alu grant from US Air Force…
In 2015 US Patents- 893757; 20150130563, 9134465 B1 all by Nathan Cohan… WO2015195286A1 By Andrea Alu awarded by US Air Force… 9140444 By Robert Connor…
In 2016 US Patents- 20160320531 By Seyedeh Mahsa with the US Army … 9482474 By Nathan Cohen…
In 2017 US Patents- 9659297 By David Russell… 9677824 By Nathan Cohen… 9557547 B2 By Joseph Choi with the US Army… 9677856 By John Pendry with the US Navy…
Below photo of perfectly good window literally torn out of neighbors garage year ago for easy entry. Twenty feet from my home. Table placed inside couple months ago in garage, put on wood over rocks to stabilize it. No light fixtures are visible in this garage. Trash under table is new.
Continuing with the Springfield, Missouri Library Center MOBIUS loan of 2008 Jeremy Scahill’s “Blackwater: The rise of the world’s most powerful mercenary army.”
In 2002 former CIA agent, Jamie Smith told Blackwater’s Erik Prince that government contracts were akin to a “metastasis of a cancer… So if you get in that pipeline, then everywhere that they’ve got a problem and an office, there’s an opportunity.”
One of Blackwater’s first “cancers” was at the CIA’s Kabul, Afghanistan station. They garnered $5.4 million in a six-month no-bid contract for protection provided by twenty security guards. Blackwater President career-Navy Seal Gary Jackson was at the center of the ‘metastasis,’ when boasting of his company’s top secret ratings. Scahill writes Blackwater’s secrecy clearance was at the apex of black contracts so high they “… couldn’t tell one federal agency about the business it was doing with another agency.”
In the New York Times the “Case Ends Against Ex-Blackwater Officials,” from Feb. 21, 2013 by Risen and Mazzetti regarding, “The federal government’s three-year prosecution of five former officials of Blackwater Worldwide virtually collapsed on Thursday after charges against three of the officials were dismissed and the other two agreed to plead guilty to reduced misdemeanor charges with no jail time… ($5000 fines.) The charges stemmed from a raid in 2008 by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms of Blackwater’s sprawling headquarters complex in Moyock, N.C. Agents seized 22 weapons, including 17 AK-47s. (Soviet Union assault rifles.) The former employees were charged with trying to hide the company’s purchases of the weapons by making it appear that a North Carolina sheriff’s office had bought them. In addition, federal prosecutors charged that Blackwater tried to avoid export regulations in illegally shipping a cache of short-barrel rifles overseas.”
What do Blackwater mercenaries look like? Scahill describes them writing they were, “… chiseled like bodybuilders and wore tacky, wraparound sunglasses. Many wore goatees and dressed in all-khaki uniforms with ammo vests or Blackwater T-shirts… sleeves rolled up. Some of them looked like caricatures, real-life action figures, or professional wrestlers. Their haircuts were short, and they sported security earpieces and lightweight machine guns.”
Anytime Blackwater mercenaries traveled in Iraq- company policy demanded they have three men in each vehicle: one holding a machine gun. Blackwater armored vehicles would rather slam into an Iraqi civilian’s car than slow down and wait for cars to get out of the way of one of their convoys. Because they operated above the law, they never stopped for ‘fender-benders’ Scahill wrote. On November 28, 2005 a convoy struck eighteen Iraqi citizens cars round trip from a meeting at the Iraqi Ministry of Oil.
Noted Scahill, “They bossed around journalists...” grabbing at cameras, because they didn’t want their faces in the news.
While guarding someone Blackwater troops would rather aim their gun in your face, to get you to step aside as their clients walked past- than ask you to move. -Scahill quotes U.S. senior military and government officials as saying sometimes they felt threatened.
Paul Bremer was appointed by President Bush to lead the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq. Protected by Blackwater security. Bremer replaced General Jay Garner. ‘Hawkish’ Bremer is a right wing politically conservative Christian… converted to Catholicism- like Erik Prince. Scahill refers to Bremer as the viceroy of Iraq. When Bush appointed Bremer as head of the CPA over Iraq in May 2003- Bremer moved into Saddam Hussein’s Republican Palace compound on the Tigris River. Journalist Naomi Klein of The Nation is quoted by author Scahill as saying about Bremer that he was like a computer hacker who, “… cripples corporate websites then sells himself as a Network security specialist.”
Below is dog who owns me, that is targeted a lot.
Fallujah, has long been seen by the U.S. military as the most “rebellious” city in Iraq where the greatest massacres of women and children occurred. Rebellious especially when foreign governments have their city under siege; to ‘liberate’ them?
In April 2003 the Al Qaed School (meaning Leaders School) on Hay Nazzal Streeet in Fallujah was turned into a U.S. occupation headquarters. The massacre of thirteen residents, six of them children happened soon after. U.S. troops claimed the Fallujahns shot first, but there were no bullet holes in the school, only in the buildings opposite the school. After this attack Iraqi sentiment turned against U.S. occupiers, Scahill notes.
Bush also made Bremer- Director of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance in 2003. How Bremer could do this job from his palace is unknown. Scahill writes that when touring a looted Iraqi art museum viewing a collection of ancient gold bracelets, Time magazine quoted Bremer as having said “Which one can I take home for my wife?” Looting of national treasure was attributed to the U.S. occupation; its embedded journalists; it’s contractors and it’s mercenaries. -Scahill.
A former senior State Department official said of Bremer, “What he knows about Iraq could not fill a thimble.” Scahill noted.
Just two weeks at his new post Bremer announced to the world Iraq was, “… Open for business.” Two month after this declaration the ‘viceroy’ considering himself a citizen of Iraq said, “We are eventually going to be a rich country… We’ve got oil, we’ve got water, we’ve got fertile land, we’ve got wonderful people.”
Writes Scahill, “Blackwater’s men brought a singularly Yankee flair to the Bremer job and, by most accounts, embodied the ugly American persona to a tee.” U.S. Col. Thomas X. Hammes who oversaw the ‘new’ Iraqi military spoke regarding the effect Blackwater mercenaries had while guarding Bremer, “They made enemies everywhere… (and were) hurting our counterinsurgency effort.” Hammes also said, “… they were doing their job, exactly what they were paid to do in the way they were paid to do it, and they were making enemies on every single pass out of town.”
Blackwater mercenaries earned $600 a day in Iraq. When Bremer disbanded the Iraqi military in his de-Baathification efforts- 400,000 Iraqi troops and police lost their jobs. Their families forced into poverty. These men were paid about $50 a month. Only a few got ‘severance’ of one month’s pay. Bremer served in Iraq for less than a year. During his tenure $9 billion in reconstruction funds were never accounted for. That is $9 billion in U.S. tax dollars. By October 2003 Blackwater was contracted as exclusive protection for U.S. Department of State and most U.S. officials, Scahill notes.
When U.S. Embassy spokesman Robert J. Callahan’s rode on his last tour of duty with a Blackwater convoy. Blackwater fired into a Iraqi taxi that began slowing fifty feet from the convoy, killing a nineteen-year old passenger. The two Blackwater men responsible lost their jobs and were sent home. In May of 2004 Los Angeles Times, Christian Miller wrote that Blackwater, “… opened fire prematurely.” – Scahill.
Iraq was referred to by U.S. contractors and mercenaries as the “wild west.”
One Blackwater mercenary ex-U.S. Navy Seal Ben Thomas used experimental bullets from a San Antonio company RBCD which were armor-piercing with limited penetration. Inches inside a human body they shattered, creating untreatable wounds. Thomas got the bullets from Arkansas based distributor Le Mas- writes Scahill. After killing an Iraqi with one of the illegal cartridges, Thomas stated enthusiastically, “I’m taking Le Mas ammo with me when I return to Iraq, and I’ve already promised lots of this ammo to my buddies who were there that day and to their friends… I wouldn’t carry anything else.” He then posted on his MySpace Web page: “OSAMA BIN LADEN IS MY BITCH. And here is why (story of his use of illegal bullets,) Fu*ker wants me dead now.”
Near the end of Bremer’s reconstructive year in Iraq, the country lay in ruins, but mercenary companies reported “business was booming” Scahill writes, “When a guy can make more money in one month than he can make all year in the military or in a civilian job, it’s hard to turn it down,” ex-Seal Dale McClellan a founder of Blackwater asserted.
Scahill emphasized, “The privatization of the occupation also offered a chance for many combat enthusiasts… stuck in the ennui of everyday existence, to return to their glory days on the battlefield under the banner of the international fight against terrorism.” Many ex-military and police complained they had never gotten to shoot their guns during tours of duty; and were eager to have the opportunity to use weapons in Iraq. Dan Boelens, a fifty-five year old police officer said of his stint with Blackwater in Iraq that it was, “… the last chance in my life to do something exciting… I like the stress and adrenaline push it gives me.”
Ex-U.S. Navy Seal and Hollywood stuntman Scott Helvenston, thought working for Blackwater there would be a possibility to finally see ‘action.’ Unfortunately Helvenston got upset that during classes at the Blackwater U.S. facility his instructor was giving out erroneous information. When the ‘student’ spoke to his teacher about it, the Blackwater educator intimidated him; so Helvenston wrote an Email to Blackwater’s “President and Upper Management,” about unprofessionalism at their school. Scahill writes, “It was the last e-mail Scott Helvenston would ever send.”
Very soon thereafter he and three other ‘new’ Blackwater mercenaries were taking orders from the very same teacher in Iraq. They were told to take sink fixtures to a Blackwater site. On the way the four men were ambushed. Against Blackwater policy the men were told to ride in two non-armored jeeps that did not have a proverbial third mercenary holding the machine gun, Scahill notes.
The picture of the bodies of four Blackwater mercenaries hanging from telephone poles on U.S. television; prompted radio news; and mainstream papers like the Chicago Tribune to lead with headlines proclaiming, “U.S. Civilians Mutilated in Iraq Attack.” Which allowed the U.S. military to invade Iraq a second time. The four men, God bless their mercenary souls… were hardly ‘civilians.’ Despite the two invasions no weapons of ‘mass destruction’ were ever found in Iraq. Scahill writes the country was decimated.
Scahill- After the four mercenaries were killed, Chaplain D. R. Staton in his regular column of ‘Blackwater Tactical Weekly’ wrote: “Make the enemy pay dearly for every action brought against us as we stand for liberty and justice!!!” But whose liberty and justice? (On January 5, 2005 families of the four mercenaries filed a wrongful death suit against Blackwater.)
Under Bush, Bremer put “… tens of thousands of Iraqi men of fighting age out of work and into resistance.” While U.S. corporations’ in Iraq reaped “enormous profit;” Iraqi citizens lived in poverty; “in squalor and insecurity.”
Religious leader Muqtada al-Sadr had always addressed his countrymen’s plight, under Saddam Hussein, and under U.S.’s Bremer. Sadr provided food and education to two million residents in a Baghdad slum. Sadr’s militia in August 2003 was five hundred Iraqi men. In Bremer’s year in Iraq guarded by Blackwater, Sadr’s militia grew to ten thousand members by April 2004, Scahill writes.
On March 28, 2004, Bremer acted on his “Order 14” issuing commands from Hussein’s Republican Palace compound, that allowed U.S. troops to kill the Al Hawza newspaper named for “… a thousand-year-old seminary…” noted Scahill. Then Bremer had Sadr’s top deputy arrested; Sheikh Mustafa Yaqubi.
Five days later in Najaf, when eight Blackwater mercenaries commanded commanded a few U.S. Marines; a handful of their Blackwater troops from El Salvador on the roof of the U.S. Coalition Provisional Authority headquarters. Scahill documents that Bush was now on record as having outsourced a ‘war.’ It was April 4, 2004 when all hell broke loose- Twenty-five year old U.S. Marine Cpl. Lonnie Young noticed “… a small group of protesters out in the streets… (and) numerous coalition soldiers in ‘riot gear’ near the front gate.” Young, had a M249 Squad Automatic Weapon. Said Young, “Finally, the Blackwater Security guys gave the call (to) commence firing.”
Scahill- U.S. Marine Young, and Blackwater mercenaries insisted the Iraqis began the battle. But journalists wrote that those guarding the U.S. headquarters fired as protesters assembled. One Blackwater contractor videotaped the event. Here are Blackwater excerpts from that video:
“Fu*kin’ ni**ers.” Video camera pans to a Blackwater contractor smiling… then cameraman asks a U.S. troop if his weapon feels hot from firing so many rounds into Iraqis in the street below: “That shit fu*kin hot, dude?” Another voice remarks, “Hey, all these fu*kers right here…’ Someone responds, “Yeah, Mahdi ass!” Scahill writes, someone yells, “Hey, get some!” Minutes later… “We got a group of three. They’re all runnin’ now… Wow, we’ve got lots of- see the guy in white? He’s goin’ too fast- now they’re haulin’ ass…” Then, “We got a big group comin’. On the wall, squeezin’ off…” says man calmly… then someone says, “Wow, you got a whole group of ‘em.” Minutes later voice alerts Blackwater that fifteen “bad guys” were “on the run;” Then: “He cleaned ‘em all out,” when fifteen Iraqis were hit.
Scahill- When it was all over, Young stated, “I gazed over the streets with straining eyes, only to see hundreds of dead Iraqis lying all over the ground… Emptying magazine after magazine, I watched the people dressed in white and black robes drop to the ground as my sights passed by them.”
“Blackwater later said that throughout the battle, its men tried to make contact with U.S. military commanders but were unsuccessful.” –Writes Scahill. On April 5, 2004 Bremer, “… officially labeled Mugtada al-Sadr an outlaw.”
Days later a peace delegation that included medical doctors entered Baghdad. One doctor stated, “Nothing could have prepared me for what I saw in Fallujah… There is no law on earth that can justify what the Americans have done to innocent people.” U.S. journalists Dahr Jamail and Rahl Mahajan went to Fallujah with a humanitarian convoy. Scahill records- “Jamail said he saw one victim after another brought into the clinic, “nearly all of them women and children.” Jamail called Fallujah “Sarajevo on the Euphrates.”
In the Mother Jones article of Oct. 9, 2007 “Making a Killing: A Blackwater Timeline” by Bruce Falconer: The immunity Homeland Security gave Blackwater insured that the worst punishment any mercenary suffered was a slap on the hand. “Even Andrew Moonen, the Blackwater operator who got drunk in the Green Zone last Christmas Eve and murdered one of the Iraqi vice president’s security guards, found a new job with Combat Support Services Associates, which put him back to work in Kuwait just two months after the shooting. In the same article it was reported that on September 16, 2007, “Seventeen Iraqis are killed and 24 wounded when Blackwater operators open fire in a traffic circle in central Baghdad.”
In The Nation, by Jeremy Scahill dated Sept. 15, 2010, “Blackwater’s Black Ops;” outlines the wealthy clients that “… Blackwater have provided intelligence, training and security services to … several multinational corporations, including Monsanto, Chevron, the Walt Disney Company, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and banking giants Deutsche Bank and Barclays… Blackwater’s work for corporations and government agencies was contracted using two companies … Total Intelligence Solutions and the Terrorism Research Center, (TRC.)” Do wealthy clients and their corporations (not publicly mentioned,) use Blackwater security for services deemed even less legal than those mentioned in these published articles?
In an AirForceTimes article of August 2, 2017 by Shawn Snow and Mackenzie Wolf, “Blackwater founder wants to boost the Afghan air war with his private air force,” Blackwater is referred to as- “the private military company.” That the White House had considered as replacement for U.S. troops and equipment.
In October of 2017 the New York Times, NBC News, Fox News, and CNN reported Erik Prince was asked to run for a U.S. Senate seat in Wyoming by Stephen K. Bannon. If he does, Prince will be financially aided by billionaire Robert Mercer and his daughter Rebekah. Prince is from Michigan, but had an address in Wapiti, Wyoming.
Like Trump… Maybe Erik Prince will become a president one day.
Wonder if these two are employed by a security agency?
Working on Blackwater review, targeting extremely painful. Around home constant debilitating electrocution without a break. At the library during past week legs shook from electrocution upon sitting down at computer before turning it on. Had to remove shoes to ‘ground’ feet on the floor in public place. Never encountered non-stop harsh targeting in public before. In my home, yes. Not out in public.
Sunday arrived early at Library Center in Springfield, Mo. Targeted waiting in car for library to open. On dead-end road. By person in vehicle on top of hill.
Thank you dear God for everything exactly the way it is today. Thank you God for bringing the Network into the light for justice and bringing the Network down to conquer them. I love you dear God. Thank you God for guiding, and protecting family, friends, territories, tools, vehicles, animals, plants and me. So be it. Amen.