Chapter 53: The Windstorm..."Deceptions in the Air"


Cover by Peter Poast Publications with Photo by Junior Cruz

Similar to what newspapers in the 19th Century did the will publish a chapter a day from the book Deceptions in the Air. This fictional book is a blend of reality and conspiracy with a mix of Biblical Prophecy. My hope is that you enjoy the story, while it puts a desire in your heart to seek Truth.

Chapter 53: The Windstorm

Strong winds and more Asperatus clouds broke up Bri and Jack’s intimate moment.

“Jack!” Bri shouted in terror as she pointed to the sky. “Look! It’s another one of those strange clouds.”

Jack grabbed Bri by the hand as the two ran as fast they could back to Russ’s.

“Quick, get inside, head for the basement,” Russ yelled, holding the door open. “This weather is becoming crazier by the minute.”

While the three huddled together in the corner of the basement waiting for the wind to pass by, news came over the radio that a 9.5 earth quake had hit off the coast of California and a tsunami warning was going off for the whole pacific.

“Does anyone know what is causing all this?” Jack innocently asked.

“Planes have been spotted over different parts of the world where chemtrails have been seen all over. Also, looks like HAARP has been sending sound waves deep into space. These waves then come back bouncing into the earth causing these earthquakes,” Russ explained.

“So, it’s as though man is destroying his own earth,” Jack questioned looking at Russ like the world had gone mad.

“Yep, you got it,” Russ answered.

“Are they crazy? How can we stop them before it’s too late?” Jack asked.

“Jack, I think it might already be too late. We just need to get this Blue Beam Project stopped,” Russ explained.

“But how? The only person who knows how to do it is Alex, and he is so messed up with his thoughts. According to Bri, he thinks all this is a good thing,” Jack said looking over at Bri who was sitting with her hands still over her head to protect her from any debris that might blow down the stairs.

“I don’t know what happened to him. He has always been someone who when he gets involved in something throws himself into it. He is such a man of peace that he doesn’t understand we humans can’t bring peace. He’s fallen for his own deception,” Bri softly said, as she slowly looked up.

Finally, the wind stopped along with all the howling and crashing noises. The three climbed up the stairs to the first floor. The strong gust had blown out Russ’s front window, making his living room look like it had been hit by a bomb. Russ sprinted into his office to be sure everything was okay there.

“You know, I’m thinking we need to move all this to the basement in case some more windstorms come through here again,” Russ said, as he came out of his office nodding towards the door.

“Not a bad idea,” Jack agreed.

Bri and Jack began moving all of Russ’s computer equipment downstairs as Russ went out to his utility barn to see if he had some plywood for the front window to keep any looters out.

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