North Carolina Lightning
Storm Absurdly Violent

From Pavel Biesaga
Hey Jeff,
Even though summertime lightning storms are fairly common thoughout the Southwest, we here in Raleigh have had several unusually active electric storms this summer. I have lived in North Carolina for over ten years, and I can not recall ever seeing something quite this intense.
In the evening of July 20th of this year, a particularly electrified storm passed through our area. The lightning was so intense, I dared not step outside in the thick of it. However, once things calmed down a bit I decided to venture out onto my balcony to see if I could get a couple of decent shots.
The attached collage is a sampling of some of the best images from over 30 I managed to snap in about an hour, as the storm was dying down. I was very happy with how the pictures turned out and decided to share them with you. Feel free to use the images as you wish. Thank you.
Sincerely, P. Biesaga
Raleigh, NC
Note - It is not out of the question that chemtrail spraying and the resulting increased levels of metals in the atmosphere such as barium and aluminum are involved in these kinds of extreme displays. These sprayed aerosols are said by chemtrail researcher Clifforn Carnicom to turn the lower atmosphere into a 'static plasma' state that might be used electromagnetically by HAARP and similar technologies for many projects and applications. Natural lightning storms may feed off this rich 'plasma' medium and intensify accordingly. --Jeff Rense



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