Pollen Count: High for Elm Tree Today in Boston


High pollen today and low chemtrails. Now that I can identify the specific plant causing the pollen problem, the frequencies will be useful to everyone.

The major culprit this afternoon in the Boston area is the elm tree with frequency 467777. I run this for 15 seconds out of every 60 during exposure using an F160 to drive an ABPA for remote broadcasting. This clears up the allergy symptoms in a few minutes and keeps them at bay. A great assistant for your immune system in killing the pollens. Here’s the program:

label loop
dwell 15
duty 50
pulse 64 75
converge 30 1
467777 #elm tree
pause 45
goto loop

If you need a little more power you can go to scalar octaves or increase the time interval of frequency transmission.

1 Comment

  • Jeff Sutherland Posted April 29, 2005 4:05 pm

    In response to questions about how to use an F160 program with an FSCAN you must manually do what the program does.

    Insert the frequency 467777 in the FSCAN. Set the wobble to the first parameter of the converge function, i.e. 30. Turn the FSCAN on for 15 seconds, off for 45 seconds, back on for 15 seconds and so forth.

    Obviously, this is tedious so you probably want to turn the FSCAN on for 2-3 minutes, then come back to the FSCAN when symptoms return.

    The beauty of the F160/ABPA combination is that this can be totally automated and run unattended while you go about your business for the day.

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