As Homer Simpson once said. 'Whoa, the Internet's on computers now'. The good news is that Radionic Ship clouds are now on the Internet too, thus on computers. Interesting sky and cloud photographs have been posted in websites on the Internet for years, in particular Search Engines. Many of the photos contain good Radionic Cloud presences.

Thousands upon thousands of topical photographs come up during relevant Internet searches of Skies, Chemtrails, Clouds, Fall holes, Lenticular clouds and so on. Now and then a good Radionic example popped up within the mish mash. It helped to know exactly what to look for. Over five hundred good Internet examples have been spotted so far and included in this Disclosure. Some are spectacular, keeping in mind that these were not put up because anyone knew what they represented. They were put up because somebody liked what they saw, or thought they were darn interesting, or thought they were doing a civic service no matter what the answer. In particular, those who posted many under the keyword 'Chemtrails' and opened many websites dealing with Chemtrails. Keep an eye on how much some of thee photos look like photos taken in the Brantford area itself which is the backbone of this whole operation.

For a slight change of pace, and for sure a really nice change of scenery, check out the following Internet Figure below of a Mother Ship sitting right in the middle of a Negative Anchor Scout Ship field and interacting with it. The bottom of the Negative pole field can be seen below the Mother Ship condensation running across the middle. The two fields have combined to produce a similar, much bolder flume up the middle and the Anchor Ship field has widened out to span some of the Mother Ship field. Sometimes the hills are alive with more than the Sound of Music.

Figure 1 - Yingle bells......

Now and then the foreground becomes more fun than the background. The following is a case of the photography getting about as good as it gets. Kudos to somebody. The Negative polarity Radionic field isn't all that shabby either. Unfortunately a small patch of grey cumulous covers the center.

Figure 2 - See, I told you there was a Negative pole Anchor Scout Ship Radionic Cloud array.

A Positive pole equivalent to the above was found over Nanaimo British Columbia, date unknown. It's surprising how well these polarity things hold up.

Figure 3 - We heard your Nanaimo Bars were worth the visit.

Some of the images from the Internet look pretty guffy. But you should have seen the other guy, meaning the original. Most of the photos on the Internet like Figure 1 above are very small to preserve hard drive space. Plus, since anybody can post anything within the realm of decorum, many are taken by those far less than professional who, bless their hearts, did the right thing in capturing the photo in the first place for posterity, but not quite the right thing in getting all the photographic technology mastered.

The following image is a very good example of that. It's related to Figures 24 and 25 in Starrgram 5 but could be a lot better. It is another case of an upside down hanging vertical Mother Ship, found obviously off a paradise Island somewhere in the blue Pacific. Yum yum. To make the point, the pixilation effect from going from very small original to very large final is awful. Fortunately however, you can still sort of see the Mother Ship as the vertical white cloud in the center leaning up from left to right. The tendrils are off the right side. The trail off this time is down. The snazzy little yacht was just happening by.

Figure 4 - Fishing's great, wonder what the heck's going on up there.

China's in there too. China's always in there these days which is probably a good thing. The following image from Beijing, date unknown shows that even though some of their architecture may still be old, their skies certainly aren't.

Figure 5 - Tesla's got to be behind this somehow.

Nothing sits idle for long in the world of Radionics as the following two images from the Internet serve to show. The first image below is of a standard Negative pole Radionic field, sitting up there quietly somewhere minding its own business.

Figure 6 - My bunion's are acting up, something must be coming.

Then some time later, other stuff had moved in and done quite a number on the lower level clouds which had also moved in stronger, including making pop corn for a later movie.

Figure 7 - Major Kernel Kernel at your service, sir.

A polar opposite Positive pole Radionic field below, seemingly from the same outfit as above but probably not even close, was also found on the Internet. It is likewise out there over the seven seas somewhere. Even though it is busy up the middle, unlike the three images above it is completely empty at the bottom and that's the even bigger marker for the type of polarity it is.

Figure 8 - Hang onto your hat, here come a couple more Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Likewise, the following image of a Positive Radionic field  looking a bit like a mirror image of Figure 3 above was found on a Chemtrail website. Someone's own little piece of Paradise maybe.

Figure 9 - If you're interested I have a fantastic Paradise Island for sale, great beach included.

The open seas is great for seeing Radionic fields, but nothing says it like the open road for finding them more openly. The following Negative pole Radionic field found on the Internet is pretty classic.

Figure 10 - Get your kicks on Route 56.

The following Figure below, also from the Internet and looking scary close to Figure 13 of Starrgram 2 could be from anywhere on the planet at any given time. Proving conclusively that you don't have to be in a particular city at a particular time to see a really good Negative pole Radionic Cloud formation. You just need to be outside.

Figure 11 - Man, that Jet must have had some pretty big engines.

Double pronged Positive pole 'Two's are better than one's' seem to be common in the Radionic world too. The following two pronged affair is vaguely similar to Figure 18  in Starrgram 3.

Figure 12 - I'm not a liar, it takes two prongs to make a lyre.

Similarly, the following Figure from the website for 'ShipCentral' Fulfillment and Distribution services in Salt Lake City, Utah has a perfect Negative Polarity Radionic Cloud sitting right overhead. Perfectly centered to boot, date unknown. The humorous thing here is that somebody from Support was commenting on the phone that they believed in UFOs without having a clue on the planet that one was hanging right outside close overhead.

Figure 13 - We Ship to all the planets.

Similarly in a nice rural setting in another photo likewise off the Internet, a Father Ship is sitting bold as brass right across the top right of the photo. It's Mother Ship partner is sitting way off in the distance near the bottom center between the two telephone poles. Looks like either a grass fire, or wind kicking up a bit of dust at the left. Whatever else, rural it is.

Figure 14 -

Similarly, the following Figure is trying real hard to look like Figure 9 in Starrgram 2. The height of the apex above the horizon tells you it's in really close. A short Mother Ship field is slanting upwards to the left at the far lower right.

Figure 15 - The view up here is fantastic.

On the other hand, the following Figure is of a full fledged Father Ship Radionic field across the bottom singing 'O give me a Home'... With a short locally Radiating Mother Ship at the upper right singing, 'Oh give me a break'.

Figure 16 - When the chips are down the Buffalo is empty.

Similarly, according to all reports 'The three of Life' has been around for some time. At least long enough to show up on the Internet looking to all extents and purposes like a prop for a Father Ship Radionic field. If anybody could figure out just where on Earth the photo was taken what a tourist industry they could have. Imagine the gold trinkets they could sell.

Figure 17 - The Tree of Life stands in the midst of the Garden and bears of it's fruit, that's for sure.

Also according to all reports, giants walked the land in days of yore. As the following photo clearly shows some still are. Wonder if they're still going by name of Nephilim or Annunaki or whatever it was.

Figure 18 - Fee Fi Fo Fum, hey where'd my harp go.

In the following image, also shown as Figure 23 in Starrgram 10 a third Horsemen of the Apocalypse is on the loose and coming to coming to town. Maybe they're planning on meeting up and getting it on.

Figure 19 - I'm here to reveal. not to revel.

They say 'All's fair in love and war'. When Radionics are involved its also pretty fair fare during fairs too, as the following vertical Radionic Mother Ship cloud overlooking the Plumb Coolie State fair testifies. Plus of course the smaller Mother Ship pod slanting up right in the middle of the wheel helps a little. Plus of course the Father Ship cloud lying across the center and to the right above the trees helps a lot too.

Figure 20 - What goes up must come down, Ferris Wheel goes round and round and round and round.

Speaking of ionnizable opportunities, the following image holds the striking image of a Mother Ship and Father Ship pair.  If you've lost track of what to look for, the first Mother Ship is along the lower middle and the Father Ship along the top. Notice that the Father Ship field is all but identical to the Father Ship field at the left of Figure 4 in Starrgram 8.

Figure 21 - Race ya to the tree.

Technicians speak of Internet backbones. This refers to the major data trunks where large amounts of Internet usage for a particular carrier are hooked up to the Internet at large. The Father Ship Figure below from Figure 27 of Starrgram 7, has enough backbone for anyone. George the Chiropractor, directing a documentary about bones, has a photo of this on his office wall. Also note the volcano blowing out a Contrail in the background.

Figure 22 - OK, now where the heck did I put that stupid spine model.

On the other hand the following image was taken off a website taken during what is obviously an outdoor Pot Luck festival somewhere on the Planet, shows a frilly Father Ship array in it's early stages by a Cirrus cumulus cloud pushing through, similar to Figures 21 - 24 in Starrgam 6. Maybe it was hoping to score. Also, if you look closely at the left side of the cloud you will see that she isn't smoking the only doobie in town.

Figure 23 - Like hey Man, like what's happening.

Likewise, the following image was from a video link featuring animals of note. Featuring among many of its presentations was the World's largest elephant at twelve and a half feet. Notice the Negative Anchor Scout Ship field behind the elephant's head. Makes you kind of wonder what Woolly Mammoths Woolies must have looked like in the old days and what kind of Radionic fields they might have been seeing. There's no getting around it, that's a pretty big elephant.

Figure 24 - When I was a baby they called me Dumbo, now they call me Dunno.

Radionic images can also be found all over the Internet large and small. The following very distinct Negative pole Radionic Field was found on an Internet website going on about something. Looks like some bad luck's on the way though it's not certain what he broke. Talk about a break water. This is poetic license all the way, where the 'art me' poet was endeavoring to create an interesting take on reality. Notice however, which the artist evidently failed to, that the Radionic Mother Ship field reflected in the water isn't even close to the one overhead. Very admirable endeavor but wouldn't pass forensics.

Figure 25 - There you go, now somebody's going to get seven years of good luck.

The following photograph also off the Internet on the other hand is unambiguous. Also shown as Figure 13 in Starrgram 7 it is straight out of the Fall Hole category. This one has everything. A perfectly formed Father Ship Radionic field sits right beside a perfectly formed Mother Ship field left of center. Additional Fall Hole activities and more stuff exist at the bottom right. Must have been a major static clearing event going on wherever it was.

Figure 26 -

Figure 17 in Starrgram 8 was unusual in what seemed to be an unlikely combination of event and view point. I.e. Mother Ship on an Anchor Scout Ship field viewed from out past the end instead of underneath. Turns out not so unlikely after all. The following image of an almost identical scenario came from the Internet, meaning it could have happened anywhere. As you can see, except for few variables such as setting, color, and other minor differences, they look an awful lot alike.

Figure 27 - What goes around comes around, or maybe it's the other way around.

Wait, here's the same type thing again in the following Internet photo. Only the tops of the Radials show this time, but the same ersatzy like effect is present nonetheless.

Figure 28 - Can I have your attention please, I want to come clean. I'm one of those.

And as the following Figure below from the Internet shows yet again, here's another yet again. Quite the view this time. Quite the pad too. Also quite the event including a gumball sending Morse Code to Ceti from atop the big hill instead of making a point like in Figure 13 in Starrgram 12. Some people have it all.

Figure 29 - No doubt about it, it helps to have a lot of money.

Coincidently, almost the same type thing was photographed yet again back in Brantford on August 24, 2016. Its almost like getting to be a habit.

Figure 30 - What goes around really seems to.

Father Ship fields overtop Anchor Ship Radionic Clouds however, fry them in a completely different more frazery way as the partial image below shows.

Figure 31 - Fraze me all you want, it doesn't faze me in the slightest.

A likewise partial photograph from Algonquin Park on May 24, 2016 shows the exact same type of frazalling. You might notice it even has another corkscrew going right up the middle.

Figure 32 - I wish you could see the rest of me, I love showing off.

A likewise same type of partial photograph from Algonquin Park taken later on July 10, 2016 again shows again the same type of frazalling.

Figure 33 - A full image of me would have shown me better. Well duhh.

On a calmer note, the following is a kind of spread out Positive polarity field with Odin looking in making sure everyone does what he tells them.

Figure 34 - Why are you always doing what you want to do instead of what I want you to do.

For an even quieter change of pace, rather than to make a point, the following very pretty pastoral scene of a rain cloud passing in front of Father Ship field was also found on the Internet. Nobody's lording it over anyone else in this one. Just a couple of cumulous clouds getting ready to turn on a downpour. Although you might want to notice that jet black clouds mixed with pure white ones don't normally happen in nature.

Figure 35 - Talk about something's brewing.

Really big anchor Ships can produce fields that span hundreds of square miles like the Figure below off the Internet. What is interesting is that despite it's size, it still looks not a whole lot different than any of the Negative Polarity fields shown so far, big or small. The mountain range in the background of the Figure below against the discombobulated houses right across the street in Figure 16 in Starrgram 2 gives a really clear perspective of relative scale. This one looks like it's running from the Canadian border to Mexico.

Figure 36 - So I like to stretch out once in a while, big deal.

For an even wilder change of pace, the following Figure shows a Mother Ship field creating quite a commotion across the bottom of a Negative pole Anchor Ship field at dusk.

Figure 37 - Yer welcome.

The following image next, also Figure 24 in Starrgram 7 is particularly interesting for a good reason, it shows by first principle a difficulty facing all of the composite images in this Disclosure when first starting it out before the handy talent of Adobe PhotoMerge was known.

The problem when creating a composite panorama photo from a number of side by by stills, was that unless the camera was on a tripod and the photographer had twenty five years experience, the camera would move slightly off angle from still to still because nobody's hand is that steady. The problem was that if the top half of a pair were matched, the bottom half wouldn't quite match and visa versa. The problem was compounded by the fact that most of the photos were taken by cell phone where the lens aperture is so small that even the slightest change in alignment could produce significant side by side or up and down mis-alignments.

The original test case presentation of the Disclosure, as mentioned earlier held at the Alien Cosmic Conference in Brantford, Ontario in June 2016 was done with only a couple of dozen cut and pasted panoramas, some looking worse than the one below. Since the Figure below is the only one like it out of nearly six hundred and fifty photographs herein, it is patently obvious that Adobe PhotoMerge is one loyal and dependable Godsend .

Obviously the photographer in the photo below had that problem and chose to go with the middle section of the picture because that was the bigger show. But you see the problem, the top and bottom are way off. The solution was in PhotoMerge, yaay, which among one of its many talents checks the alignment of each photo against the next before merging them and adjusts them. Up to a point that is. If the alignment was too far off PhotoMerge would just laugh and say, 'Yeah right' and check out of the process. Sadly, more than a couple of really good Radionic photos never made it into this Disclosure because they could never make it past PhotoMerge's best try triage.

Figure 38 - They tell me I'm bipolar but I don't believe him.

And for those of you who aren't from the deep south and likely don't know what a Fare Tornado is as mentioned in the comment tag of Figure 23 of Starrgram 2, the following image from the Internet shows one getting it on in full glory. Unfortunately like any big fire, while they may look exciting as long as it isn't your property the after effect is usually not so exciting even if it isn't your property.

Figure 39 - Darn, all I wanted to do was clean up a little patch of dead grass.

Likewise, just to dispel the idea some of you may have that Chemtrails aren't real,. the following photo shows Chemtrails spewling all over an otherwise very nice Positive polarity Anchor Scout Ship field in the upper middle. Particularly interesting to note is the Chemtrail shadow cast onto the Ionnic field above in the center top. Chemtrails are at 30,000+. The space between the Chemtrail and shadow line shows that the ionnics are really up there.

Figure 40 - Trust me, I'm not a shady character.

What goes around and comes around definitely does go around. Every now and then when you put up something good on the Internet, it comes back to you in kind. A notice about the Disclosure was put up recently in a Facebook UFO Group page from Slovakia. The next day the following really good Negative pole photograph was posted in kind proving the reader had gotten the point. No doubt the poster was pretty pleased too. Instead of having just a pretty interesting looking cloud photograph, they now suddenly have it all making perfect sense.

Figure 41 -

As previously mentioned, the particular Radionic field observed in any given area at any given time will depend entirely upon the type of Ship involved, the amount and kind of water vapour present, and the Magnetic field of the Earth in the particular area.

Also, this abundance of Radionic clouds off the Internet, and similar in earlier Starrgrams from everywhere on the Planet whose the dates and locations are completely unknown, makes it patently clear the point about Radionic Ships all over the place all of the time. It is also not surprising that such a preponderance of photographs exist on the Internet.

People see the clouds, know that they are not normal without having any idea to what they actually are, and click goes the shutter and up on the Internet they go. What is also a certainty is that the number of observations and photographs will be increasing rapidly in the very near future as the work of redeeming Mankind back to the fifth dimension has been stepped up in earnest.

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