Images of New Energy Plasma Torus at Moab Ranch
A Navajo-worthy image of the rising sun captured from several miles away by the Moab RV webcam, demonstrates the focused power of the Sun as it crests the La Sal Range. Later that morning, the Moab Ranch webcam caught three images of an otherwise undocumented plasma-flow. From Moab Ranch, it appeared in the sky above the La Sals, seeming to light all of the world from there. During the event, virtual wildflowers appeared, as seen in the residential yards and along the curb of Rancho Verde Drive.
In the first frame, a new energy comet descends, its yellow hallow and blue-coma flashing down past Redrocks rimming the Spanish Valley. In the second frame, new energy encircles the homes then under construction in the Pueblo Verde neighborhood. In the final frame, remnants of new energy cling like melting snow to the homes and along the edge of the road. In that frame, the plasma flow reverses direction and its new energy torus retreats skyward and into the distance.
Although it was unique and beautiful, this unprecedented energy event disabled the image-sensor on the Moab Ranch webcam. Until we can replace it, please enjoy these first-ever images of a super-colliding, new-energy, plasma-flow in open air. When events of this nature appear before our eyes, we wonder why scientists spend so much effort trying to contain and harness plasma-flow events in high-energy particle accelerators. If we allow it, new energy from the Sun is always free.
We are happy to announce that a new energy bridge
to Moab Ranch and Spanish Valley is now open. As you read this article, you
are the other terminus of that energy bridge. If you are interested in allowing new energy, please join us and “set a spell” at Moab Ranch.
For comprehensive elucidation of hyperdimensionality in a resonant universe, please review the works of Hoagland and others Here.
For spectral evidence of classical ion slowing, please visit our friends Here.
Your daily Spanish Valley webcam view is courtesy of Spanish Valley Vineyards and Winery, in conjunction with MoabWine.com.
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