Hillary Clinton left the 9/11 ceremonies early today after 1 1/2 hours. It was reported that she was not feeling well from the heat. If this is true, I sympathize with her as I feel faint in this kind of weather, and spend much of my time in air conditioning. Heat and humidity in NYC, combined with crowds, can make anyone sick especially those of us with low blood pressure. Here's the thing ... Hillary looked sick from the start. What's under her jacket? The first thing you do if feeling faint is remove extra garments, get into A/C and drink water. Why go to her daughter's house which she left shortly thereafter looking sick. Hillary is too old to be president ... too sick .. and oh those coverups just have to stop.
Fifteen years after the 9/11 attacks, the energies in the city are calm and yet powerful. First responders interviewed on a History Channel documentary "The Day the Towers Fell" also mentioned a surreal feeling and silence.
I remember standing on my terrace watching as the second plane hit and also feeling detached from the experience. This occurs when one's consciousness detaches from physical events in the grids as the illusion of time shifts. A written quote from John Labriola, Survivor: The building had actually changed its angle. Someone said that they weren't looking in the same direction that they had looked at the three years they had occupied their office, that the building has turned a little bit, so now they had a westward view rather then a southern view.
If you "look" out today you will "see" many of the spirits of 9/11 returning this year and sense something is brewing though not necessarily here. It's as if they are waiting after what can be perceived of as a long time. Why do I feel it is tied to the US Presidential election in November?Read more ....
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