If Sylphs can create and direct weather, are they creating lightning?
Yes they are.
As lightning strikes and kills many people each year, are Sylphs killing
Sylphs' control of lightning is not precise. Lightning is needed to
break up deadly crystalizations of orgone and storms are augmented for
the area that needs to be rid of a crystalization. Sylphs warn all who
are in danger. Sylphs can and do induce "sudden frights" to scare people
and animals to flee to safety. To the Sylphs, it is better to have a fright
than to be dead.
In an emergency, Sylphs will physically lift and carry people away from
a lightning bolt. There are many people who have survived near encounters
without a scratch. In those situations Sylphs are called guardian angels.
The Sixteenth Hole
Golfer: "Looks like rain, but I might be able to finish the round."
Young Sylph to other Sylphs: "I'll chase the golfers to cover. This
storm will be dropping bolts of lightning near the course."
Golfer finishing the sixteenth: "Seven strokes! I guess I must be rushing
my game. What was that chill?"
Sylph beside Golfer: "Wake-up you bonehead or else you may be a crispy
Golfer: "The clouds are not overhead, I might be able to finish....My
ears just popped, the air pressure must have dropped."
Sylph: "Yes you moron, and my screaming in your face didn't do anything
to your ears? The storm is over you now!"
Golfer seeing all the other golfers run for the clubhouse: "Great, now
I don't have to wait at the next tee. Was that rain?"
Sylph to an older larger Sylph: "I'm outta here! I can feel the electric
charge rising to the treetops. Can you watch this idiot."
Older Sylph: "Yes I can. You had better clear this area. There is a
concentration of electric charge near the tree in the middle of the fairway."
Golfer: "I think I'll be safe under this tree....what is that buzzing?"
Older Sylph sees that he has less than five seconds to cover a quarter
mile distance. He accelerates and at the same time constricts his air-gel
body into a six foot sphere. He hits the golfer about half a second before
lightning hits the tree. The golfer is thrown backwards about twenty feet
from the tree by the impact of the older Sylph and is out cold, unconscious.
People in the clubhouse hearing the thunder turn to see the tree split
and catch fire. A grounds-keeper runs through the rain and finds the golfer
unconscious but breathing. The golfer awakens soaked by rain.
Grounds-keeper to golfer: "You lucky cuss, you should be dead, but I
don't see a mark on you. I guess the tree took all of the charge. Next
time run to the clubhouse!"
Young Sylph to older Sylph: "Are you alright? You look weak."
Older Sylph: "I took a lot of radio-pulse, it will take an hour to shake
off. Golf must have been invented by one of the British Crows. Insane game!"
Young Sylph: "I was told that he was Scottish at the time."
This is an illustration of how Sylphs protect people from storms. Not just
lightning, but hurricanes, tornados, and floods. Trevor James Constable
photographed swarms of Sylphs near thunderstorms. These storm chasers are
the life-guards who warn people and animals to take cover. Animals immediately
respond to the warnings. People often do not.
Radio-pulse is a wide spectrum of radio waves generated by a high voltage discharge.
Radio-pulse is a danger to Sylphs and people too. They have learned to make
their air-gels into Faraday Cages, blocking electromagnetic waves and electric
charges. That Faraday Cage enveloped the golfer and protected him. The older
Sylph took a big jolt as the lightning and the radio-pulse passed through
his body. The younger Sylph would not have been strong enough to take such
an event so he moved away from the area.
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