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Gina Maria Colvin Hill uploaded some web plasma YouTube videos that look very much like blobs of water on the clear protective covering in front of the lens of an outdoor webcam or CCTV camera. In the video below, JC Kay said “People think it's condensation. It's not. These things move.” I guess she forgot about a thing called the wind. A light breeze or a gust of wind can change what the water does in front of the camera lens. There are also things such as gravity, evaporation, and cohesion/adhesion to think about. Jump to 32:35 in the video below and watch for about a minute to see what I'm talking about.
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JC Kay claims that web plasma is mostly Arcturians helping to heal the Earth. Check out the other things that she has said about web plasma. If JC Kay is wrong about web plasma, what else is she wrong about? I hope that JC Kay will eventually realize that she is looking at water droplets and spread out blobs of water, not web plasma or alien creatures traveling through portals from other dimensions.
The video below is by a YouTube user named Robert. He put the following in the description section under his video:
Just wanted to give you all a practical example of what's happening in Gina Maria Colvin Hill's videos. Some people are having a hard time understanding what they are seeing. Do try this at home.
Robert's video below should automatically start at 48 seconds (where the good stuff is), but you can play it from the beginning if you want to see the whole thing.
Below is Robert's second video. It shows the thin lines that Gina Maria Colvin Hill talked about in her videos.
For anyone interested, my parents traveled a lot when I was 4 and 5 years old. Sometimes it would take a while for me to fall asleep on the backseat at night. For fun, I'd close my watery eyes almost all the way and see patterns through my eyelashes while looking at street lights and other lights that we'd drive past. The patterns looked similar to the ones in the video above. I knew at 4 years old that the juicier my eyelashes were from my sleepy eyes, the more patterns I'd see. How could a 4 year old decades ago be smarter than adults today who believe that water on a webcam is web plasma?
Some true-believers of web plasma seem to believe that if you think web plasma is simply water on an outdoor webcam or CCTV camera, you're just a negative person who is stuck in 3D. You see, they're in the process of ascending to 5D and can communicate with the 5D web plasma. Just send them your dirty 3D money and they'll tell you more about it.
If you'd spray water on an outdoor webcam or CCTV camera at night and create your own ‘web plasma,’ they'd probably say that you're just revealing what is already there in 5D with your 3D water. The water lets your tiny 3D mind see the 5D web plasma.
If you've spent any time watching videos by people who talk about things such as 5D ascension and always being positive, you'll notice that they rarely disagree with anyone they're talking to. It's like they're doing improv where the only answer is yes. You'll almost always hear some form of “yes, and…” no matter how delusional the guest clearly seems to be or how bad their video ‘evidence’ is.
Seems like at least some of the most popular people who make Great Awakening/pro-Trump/UFO/paranormal style videos focus on positivity and stick together no matter what. For example, if one of them claims that a tiny unicorn fairy princess lives inside of Trump's butt, they'll all agree that it's true, and a couple of them will probably say that they've had lunch with it.
On April 2nd or April 3rd of 2021, Gina Maria Colvin Hill posted an anti-Q video called I Think You're Being Played. She used the word “Qanon” which is usually the first warning sign that the person doesn't know what they're talking about. As you would expect, she said negative, ignorant things about Q. It seems like she spent hardly any time looking into the subject, so that's why she got replies from people trying to school her. She made the video private and now people can no longer reply or hear the negative things she said. I'm guessing she made her anti-Q video private because she's used to getting her ass kissed instead of handed to her.
She posted another video on April 4, 2021 called I apologize for allowing the Negative Energy on here. It has to go! with the comments turned off. Going by what she said in her anti-Q video, she seems to have just as much negative energy inside of her as anyone else. She said negative things about a subject she knows very little about and it seems she couldn't handle it when people pointed out her negativity and ignorance. In other words, she can dish it out, but she can't take it. The queen is never wrong, so you're the one who has ‘negative energy’ if you refuse to be a good little bootlicker and constantly agree with anything she says.
Below is what I posted under her anti-Q video before the video was hidden from the public:
The word is "psyop" not "psyops." The lady who wants people to believe that light shining through water droplets are giant alien creatures is suddenly an expert on 16+1? There is Q. There are Anons. There is no Qanon. One guy in a YouTube video said "16+1 is not a person. 16+1 is an interagency counter-insurgency task force." Another guy in a YouTube video said "16+1 is not a prediction machine to make us feel better. It is a military intelligence operation and a back channel to get us to wake up and to help wake up others. They purposefully put out misinformation. They purposefully want to confuse the enemy."
If 16+1 was a harmful psyop, Trump would have said something instead of dancing around it. Even Michael Flynn uploaded a video of himself and his family taking the oath that 16+1 posted.
Years before I heard about web plasma, it seemed like a lot of people were fooled by spiders or other little creatures that crawl or fly and end up in front of security cameras or outdoor webcams. Watch the short video below to see one example:
It's amazing that so many people will say they are seeing a ghost, an angel, or an alien before even considering that it might be a bug when it looks just like a bug and moves exactly like a bug.
Back to Gina Maria Colvin Hill, she's also claiming that lens flare from the sun is a massive UFO. You have to see this:
Below are videos that show similar lens flare. It should be enough video evidence to wake up at least some of Gina Maria Colvin Hill's followers. I hope these videos will help pull them out of the dark delusional muck and back into the light.
I'm going to put things here that deserve a mention, but don't really need a whole section.
Thousands of Trump supporters were fooled by an optical illusion in March of 2021. Check out my page called Biden CGI Microphones Debunked.
Gina Maria Colvin Hill has at least two videos where she seems to be claiming that video compression errors/artifacts are interdimensional cube aliens or something like that. Take a look:
Here are some links where you can learn more about video compression errors/artifacts:
I'm no video expert, but I've seen so many compression errors and compression artifacts over the years just from watching cable TV and random Internet videos that it's amazing to me that any adult could be so new to them that they'd think they were seeing interdimensional cube aliens or some other goofy thing.
Watch this Gina Maria Colvin Hill video for about 30 seconds:
I asked about the airplane that Gina Maria Colvin Hill showed in her video at a forum that I visit and they said there are any number of business jets that it could be. Learjet 60, Cessna Citation, Gulfstream G550, Bombardier Global Express, and Embraer Legacy 600 all look similar to that airplane from the side.
Just because you don't recognize an airplane shape doesn't automatically make it an alien UFO or a time travelling shape-shifting creature from another dimension or whatever else you might dream up.
A guy who calls himself Jason Q told Charlie Ward in a video called JOIN JASON Q & EARL THIBERT WITH CHARLIE WARD FOR ANOTHER GREAT DECODE (April 16th, 2021) starting around 21:58 that it was a 6-fingered Nephilim getting the rona jab instead of Ivanka Trump. Photos at dailymail.co.uk clearly show 4 fingers and one thumb on each hand. Even if you believe it's an Ivanka Trump look-alike, the person has standard human hands.
Not long after that section of the video, the guy complained about fake news spread by other conspiracy people. Of course, he's not spewing fake news. No, not him (wink wink, nudge nudge).
I'm not a Democrat and I've been agreeing with Trump supporters more often ever since Stephen Colbert drove me to it after his painfully unfunny attacks on Trump day after day back in 2018. Instead of brainwashing me into becoming a Trump-hating muggle, Stephen Colbert made me look into things myself and I was able to see all of the lies that were told about Trump. I stopped watching all of those unfunny late night anti-Trump propaganda TV shows, started posting pro-Trump things on Twitter, and eventually took my DVR back to the cable place. I never gave money to Trump,
After all that, I still have to wonder about all of the Trump supporters who seem to swallow anything said in conspiracy-style videos. If somebody in one of these videos told them that Ivanka Trump is a flying monkey, that would be the new mini-religion going around and nonbelievers would be called 3D trolls and paid shills. I don't know if it's gullibility, stupidity, insanity or a combination. Once these people are fooled by a B.S. story, it's like they become instant cult members. Ivanka Trump is a flying monkey and there's nothing you can say that will change their minds.
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Now Gina Maria Colvin Hill is pushing the old flying rods B.S. that should only fool gullible people who have the I.Q. of a potato, but there seems to be no shortage of potato people out there. Take a look:
For those who don't know, motion blur makes a fast-moving flying insect (or bird in some cases) look longer than it really is. Watch this short clip that proves it using a standard video camera and a high-speed video camera that are recording at the same time:
youtu.be/KE3Jl8Kw6xA (Flying Rods Debunked)
You're not seeing flying rods or skyfish or plasma rods or tiny fairies from another dimension. Motion blur is creating an optical illusion. That's all it is. You have to watch out for clickbaiters that are trying to take advantage of the gullible and the stupid, insane people posting their latest crazy notions, and confused low I.Q. people posting the most recent shiny thing that tickles their brain. Not everyone who makes a video can be trusted. It can be hard to tell if the person is stupid, crazy, or just a run-of-the-mill grifter.
Here are a couple of links where you can learn more about flying rods/skyfish/plasma rods:
Various people online seem to want us to believe that a fly landing on a politician's head means something. It's an omen from the gods that the person is no good or the fly is attracted to something in the mask that the actor is wearing (since the real politician was executed or sent to Guantanamo Bay) or it's a tiny drone that looks like a fly and it's used to annoy the politician while simultaneously warning us that he or she is no good.
I know it might be a shock to people who live sheltered/privileged lives, but flies land on people out in the real world. Try mowing a yard without it happening multiple times. At one place where I used to live, I didn't just have annoying houseflies trying to land on my face and head while mowing; I was frequently attacked by horse flies that deliver a painful bite.
Not everything has a special meaning. Flies land on people all of the time. See the video below for proof.
Whether it's bugs, water, lens flare, or compression errors/artifacts, the die-hard true believers of these videos will call any nonbeliever a troll. They'll fight anyone who points out that their new little mini-religion is based on misidentification. I hope this page will help at least some of them let go of their camera lens delusions.
There are videos out there that show real UFOs (earthling-made or alien-made) and other strange things. Water and bug on a lens videos and lens flare videos muddy the waters and can make the average person throw the baby out with the bath water, dismissing anything to do with UFOs. Opening our eyes and seeing what is actually there instead of being naive and believing people who might be money-grubbing deceivers, delusional dimwits, attention-starved crackpots, or bat spit insane weirdos will keep us grounded and more likely to stay on the right path instead of getting lost in the tall weeds and end up bumbling around in Gullibility Forest for the rest of our lives with the rest of the flakes.
Some people appear to have a mental illness because they have a vitamin B deficiency. For example, the wife of a guy I used to chat with online had severe mood swings which seemed to be caused by food allergies or intolerances. She would became irrational, obnoxious, throw tantrums, and generally act like she had a mental illness. The horrid behavior stopped after she started taking a vitamin B complex. I've been taking #ad Jarrow B-Right for many years. It makes me much easier to live with.
Unfermented soy is bad! “When she stopped eating soy, the mental problems went away.” Fermented soy doesn't bother me, but the various versions of unfermented soy (soy flour, soybean oil, and so on) that are used in all kinds of products these days causes a negative mental health reaction in me that a vitamin B complex can't tame. The sinister encroachment of soy has made the careful reading of ingredients a necessity.
If you are overweight, have type II diabetes, or are worried about the condition of your heart, check out the videos by William Davis and Ivor Cummins. It seems that most people should avoid wheat, not just those who have a wheat allergy or celiac disease. Check out these books: #ad Undoctored, #ad Wheat Belly, and #ad Eat Rich, Live Long.
Negative ions are good for us. You might want to avoid positive ion generators and ozone generators. Whenever I need a new air cleaner (with negative ion generator), I buy it from surroundair.com. A plain old air cleaner is better than nothing, but one that produces negative ions makes the air in a room fresher and easier for me to breathe. It also helps to brighten my mood.
Never litter. Toss it in the trash or take it home. Do not throw it on the ground. Also remember that good people clean up after themselves at home, out in public, at a campsite and so on. Leave it better than you found it.
Seems like more people than ever finally care about water, land, and air pollution, but the climate change cash grab scam is designed to put more of your money into the bank accounts of greedy politicians. Those power-hungry schemers try to trick us with bad data and lies about overpopulation while pretending to be caring do-gooders. Trying to eliminate pollution is a good thing, but the carbon footprint of the average law-abiding human right now is actually making the planet greener instead of killing it.
Watch these two YouTube videos for more information:
Take a look at my page called The H Word and Beyond. You might also want to look at my page called Zinc and Quercetin. My sister and I started taking those two supplements near the end of 2020 in the hopes that they would scare away the flu and other viruses.
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