Sent to us by Max.
This event comprised the Crater Lake Stratospheric Aerosols Geoengineering Conference, held in the Chiloquin Community Center, Chiloquin, Oregon, on May 10, 2016 — facebook.com/events/1562546567378438/
Precise, grounded, crisp-speaking Irish activist, Terry Lawton, of Wexford, Ireland, has traveled the world delivering vital information before attentive audiences both large and small. In Chiloquin, Oregon, he demonstrated that he really WAS healthily-grounded to the Earth that day, by delivering his speech on a tile floor, barefoot: it was a most relaxed and refreshing atmosphere that way, in comparison to some of his more formal speaking engagements.
Three days before this venue in Chiloquin, Oregon, Mr. Lawton spoke before the large international audience gathered at the Global Chemtrail Summit in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on May 7, 2016; and in Ashland, Oregon a few days before the Vancouver event, on May 4, 2016, at the Ashland Global Chemtrail Activism Jam, a State of Jefferson Chembuster Event in Southern Oregon.
At these events, Terry Lawton widely disseminates the findings of his own personal 5-years of incredibly-detailed research regarding the ongoing criminal climate-engineering agenda — the existence of which today’s prevaricating governments deny — but the true factual evidence over our heads shows climate-engineering has been in active operation for a very long time.
Terry Lawton’s 2-hour delivery to the general public audience inside the large Chiloquin Community Center, Chiloquin, Oregon, on Thursday, May 10, 2016, was enthusiastically received, with Max Guiley — VIDEO MAZAMA — preserving Mr. Lawton’s carefully prepared speech and visual aids for all posterity in a multi-camera High-Definition video shoot.
Multi-Camera HD video, using: 1) Sony HDR-CX700V; 2) Sony HDR-CX560V; 3) Sony HDR-CX 430V; 4) Sony HDR-CX430V; 5) Canon HF-M500; 6) Canon HF-M40; 7) Panasonic HDC-TM900K; 8) Zoom H4n Stereo external audio recorder; 9) Zoom H2n Stereo external audio with parabolic microphone dish; edited on i7 iMac in Final Cut Pro X.
Music attribution and non-commercial usage:
Opening is less than 40 seconds of:
1) Klamath Tribes Restoration Powwow recorded by Max Guiley — VIDEO MAZAMA.
2) A home kitchen recording of “Wexford Hornpipe” by Pure Irish Drops, Standard YouTube License.
3) Closing: full Irish song:
by Planxty, a traditional Irish Music group from the 1970s and 1980s.
From the Album “Cold Blow And The Rainy Night”
June 20, 2005
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