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One of the many horrible truths of Edinburgh is that the city has been used as an open experiment in the use of psychotronic weaponry on the population. By using the city to test these types of weaponry it has led to an explosion in the suicide rate, bizarre behaviour, people being sectioned for mental health issues, and other horrible side effects. And thats even before we come to complications to the weather patterns & damage to the environment.


However even worse the deep state doesnt  realise it is lobotomising its own offspring & children in Edinburgh. There is a lot of children dying in the greater Edinburgh area from severe brain tumours & injuries that are close to being inoperable. Those misguided parents will outlive their children.


You stupid selfish senile bastards. You are torturing & killing your own children for in-house operational procedures.


Heres one example (of many) of the side effects of the psychotronic weaponry in Edinburgh;







An Edinburgh family were left devastated after their infant son was diagnosed with a brain tumour at just 12 days old.

Joey Sharp was given a rough start to life after enduring two life-saving surgeries just days after he was born at Christmas time last year, and has been undergoing chemotherapy treatment at the hospital ever since.

At what was supposed to be a magical time for the family, Joey's mum Sam was told her son would need an emergency operation just hours later, with both her and her husband facing an agonising wait as he was taken into theatre.

She said: “Our little Joey was only 12 days old when he had emergency surgery in December last year. Hours before, we were given the devastating news that he had a brain tumour.

“We were told to prepare for the worst. Our world had shattered. I had been making Christmas lists, buying presents and organising family fun. Suddenly, it all seemed hopeless. 


“After eight agonising hours, 50 per cent of the tumour was removed. But Joey was still seriously ill and needed a second operation. The days passed in a blur as we sat by his side in Intensive Care."

"Two days before Christmas, he had his second brain surgery. This time, they removed 98 per cent of the tumour, but we still had a way to go. With six long months of intensive chemotherapy ahead, we were determined to make the most of every moment.”

Almost a year later, the family were given the magical moment they deserved, with Joey invited to the new Edinburgh Sick Kids to switch on the Christmas lights.

Alongside his proud parents and with the help of big sister Carly ,3, Joey pressed the button to light up the 20ft tree and surrounding area, following an introduction and countdown from Forth One presenter Boogie in the Morning.

Reflecting on their time in the hospital over the last year, Sam and her husband Steven shared their overwhelming gratitude to the health staff and the Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity’s (ECHC) for getting them through the diagnosis.




It goes without saying Edinburgh is not a safe place to raise a child.

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I have repeatedly warned about the use of psychotronic weaponry in the greater Edinburgh area. It leads to bizarre behaviour patterns, extreme actions & people getting lobotomized to the point where they kill themselves, just to stop the pain. Now the city is suffering badly for it. 




Edinburgh Suicide Wave; At least 4 missing.






Dean Conner, Alice Byrne, James Dodds and Scott Wood have not been in touch with their families and friends in the days since they were last seen. And while the four cases are not related, it has left a feeling of worry and fear in the communities from which they have disappeared. 


Speaking in the days following her disappearance, Inspector Keith Scott said it was “out of character” for Alice not to keep in touch with her friends and family. Chief Inspector Kieran Dougal said: “It is important the public are not putting themselves in any danger and these can compromise planned, co-ordinated searches by specialist officers. “We would ask the public to continue to help us by continuing to share our appeals, raising awareness and contacting us with any information they may have.”



Edinburgh Police Division took to social media to appeal for help to find James, who has now been missing for five days.

The post said: “Extensive enquires are ongoing to trace James.

“It is out of character for James to have not returned home and to have not been in touch with his family and friends.”



Officers have launched an investigation and are appealing for help from members of the public to trace Scott.

A spokesman said: “There are growing concerns for Scott's welfare, therefore anyone who may have seen Scott, or who has any information on his whereabouts, is urged to contact Police Scotland.”




Keep in mind these are the high profile cases. The amount of suicides in Edinburgh is much higher than the media will ever admit. The British deep state is not going to give up its toys. It is going to keep using the psychotronic weaponry until it is forced to stop, or the amount of suicides & disappearances get out of hand. Its going to be a very tough year for Edinburgh in 2022.

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Suicide Wave continues: Another man literally jumps off a cliff to escape. I warned you all. This is what happens when psychotronic weaponry is used in a civilian environment;







A man has been rushed to hospital with serious injuries after an incident in East Lothian on Friday (January 7.)

Police have confirmed that a man is now being treated at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary after they were called out to the coastline at around 4pm.

Officers stated that they had "received report of concern for a person" at the cliffs surrounding Marine Road, with a large emergency response attending the scene.

Local residents nearby had stated they had seen a number of police and ambulance vehicles, with an emergency helicopter also circling the area.

Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We received report of concern for a person in the Marine Road area of Dunbar around 4pm on Friday, 7 Janaury, 2022.

"The man has been taken to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh with serious injuries.”





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Edinburgh Suicide Wave continues








Professor Fiona Denison, 51, an honorary consultant obstetrician at NHS Lothian, died on Saturday, days after an operation that she hoped would improve her health was postponed due to her contracting Covid for the second time. 

Mum-of-two Fiona won awards for research into reproductive medicine which was described as having "changed health outcomes for mothers and babies here in Scotland and beyond". She was described as a "charming, gentle and caring" doctor, who created a mirror to help with water births, and worked to prevent stillbirths with peers in Uganda. She was diagnosed with acute stress disorder which then became severe depression, which she had not suffered from previously, and medication to treat the depression led to digestive problems which she was due to have surgery for. She was diagnosed as a suicide risk and admitted to the Royal Edinburgh Hospital. "Although, outwardly, she appeared to be coping with this latest of many setbacks, Fiona took her own life on Saturday evening."



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Again this is on you deep-state. 


Edinburgh Suicide Wave continues


University of Edinburgh academic found dead in flat after Hogmanay






Rodrigo Rodrigues, a postdoctoral research fellow in biomedicine at the University of Edinburgh, passed away in his flat after Hogmanay aged 32.
It is believed he passed away in his flat on East Mayfield in Newington sometime between 31st December and 2nd January and was found dead by police after a friend became worried for his wellbeing.
Rodrigues had only moved to Edinburgh in October 2021 and he was originally from Brazil. His friend Daniel has set up a GoFundMe to help his family, who are based abroad, pay for his funeral.
His colleagues at the Centre for Reproductive Health have described him as “a great friend and colleague”, adding: “He was fun to be with, had a great personality and always ready with an insightful question or comment.”
Rodrigues had come to Edinburgh last October to research cancer cells with a view to improve treatment for sufferers.
He had completed his PhD in 2019 at St Catherine’s College, Cambridge and “his family were very proud of him, and he was known to a great many fellow academics and friends throughout the United Kingdom and beyond.”
On the GoFundMe page, his friend Daniel said he had a “promising future ahead of him in the field of cancer research”.
Tributes on the page describe him as “a very caring and sociable person” and “a great friend” with great potential in his scientific research.
The page was set up because “Rodrigo’s family reside in Brazil and Portugal, and as it appears that Rodrigo did not have life insurance, his family need support regarding funeral, legal, and travel expenses. The family wish to have a cremation and service in Edinburgh, and a service of remembrance for the wider family within the Church of Seventh Day Adventists in his home country of Brazil.”
Concern was first expressed for Rodrigues’ wellbeing after he did not answer his phone when texted by a friend on Hogmanay and failed to attend pre-arranged plans that night.
On the GoFundMe, his friend Daniel wrote: “When I messaged Rodrigo on 31st to confirm our meeting time, his phone was off. My assumption – that I will certainly regret for the rest of my life – was that he just wanted some time alone.”
After failing to get in contact on the following two days, Daniel became increasingly alarmed but did not know Rodrigues’ exact address so could not check up on him himself.
“This meant by Sunday January 2, when I was starting to become really concerned – I phoned NHS Lothian admissions to confirm he wasn’t in hospital, social services and the police – the only option available was a missing person report, which seemed very heavy-handed for someone who maybe just wanted to be left alone.”
After Rodrigues’ brother Adriano contacted Daniel, Police attended Rodrigues’ flat where he sadly was found having passed away.
Daniel added: “My heart was broken on the doorstep of his building”.
Police have told the Daily Record his death is being treated as unexplained but is not believed to be suspicious.
Prof Jeffrey Pollard, Head of the Centre for Reproductive Health where Rodrigues worked at the University of Edinburgh, said: “He was our dear friend and colleague, and he will be sorely missed. All of us in the MRC-CRH send our most sincere condolences to his family during this very sad time.”
He also added: “Dr Rodrigo Rodrigues completed his PhD in Cambridge under the direction of Professor Arthur Kaser and published outstanding research in the best journals on metabolic control of immune cells.
In October 2021 he came to Edinburgh full of enthusiasm to study a type of immune cells known as macrophages in cancer with a view of improving therapy. He was a brilliant scientist with a great future. He was fun to be with, had a great personality and always ready with an insightful question or comment. ”




So within 3 months of stepping foot in Edinburgh, Rodrigues was so disturbed & repulsed by the city he killed himself. He would have been exposed to the military-grade psychotronic frequencies that are prevalent in the city at the moment. He had a full career ahead of him. A career of so much potential. but yet within 3 months the psychotronic weaponry phucked him up so bad his only option out was death. Again this is on you deep state. You caused that.


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Again this is on you deep-state.


Edinburgh Suicide Wave continues


13 year old boy purposely walks into the path of moving train at Bathgate train station.







A teenage boy has tragically died after being struck by a train in West Lothian.

Devin Gordon has been named locally as the youngster who passed away following the incident in Bathgate on Wednesday. The 13-year-old was a keen Edinburgh Hearts fan and a promising footballer with local youth side Bathgate Juniors. British Transport Police confirmed the incident is not being treated as suspicious and a report will be sent to the procurator fiscal. They said: "British Transport Police were called to Bathgate station at 2.34pm today (19 January) following reports of a casualty on the tracks.




This is what happens when you give psychotronic weaponry to an unaccountable demographic who answer to no one. If they have any sense they will shutdown & decommission the weapon.

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The 411 Missing researcher David Paulides weighs in on the strange & freakish nature of Edinburgh, with a focus on a bunch of missing person cases from Edinburgh. The good thing about Paulides is that he approaches these cases with a fresh perspective and focuses on the small things that UK media ignores but is very important.


* Alice Byrne, 28 years, Missing January 1, 2022


* Dean Connor, 37 Years, Missing December 31, 2021


* Kenneth Jones, 18 years, Missing November 3, 1998


* Allan Bryant, 23 years, Missing November 3, 2013






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Again more side effects of psychotronic weaponry in Edinburgh. This time at Edinburgh Airport. Again this is on you deep-state. You caused this.


22 year old woman mysteriously blinded and crippled to the point she needs to use a wheelchair;







A young Scot has been left in a wheelchair after being struck down by a mysterious illness that has robbed her of her eyesight.

Imogene Comrie, 22, has been battling loss of vision and balance for almost two years and medics have been unable to diagnose her condition.

The former Edinburgh Airport worker says she can’t even pour a glass of water and now relies on loved ones’ help for everyday tasks.

She told the Daily Record : “It’s majorly affected my life, I’ve lost so much of my independence. There are some days where I feel okay and others where it’s horrendous.

“It feels like I’m drunk. Nothing is in the right place, everyday tasks take so much concentration.

“My symptoms come and go. On a bad day I can’t go down the stairs or make myself a cup of tea. I now rely really heavily on my partner and my mum."

Imogene, who lives in Falkirk, first experienced double vision when she was 13 and had specially-made prescription glasses with prism lenses to treat her eyesight.

But the condition returned with a vengeance when she was 20 and turned her life upside down.

Terrified that she was struggling with her eyesight again, she hid the symptoms from her family for a year before telling them during lockdown.

She continued: “I was starting to see double and felt dizzy all the time.

“I hid it from family just made excuses to never drive because it was concerning me.

“To be honest, I was in denial about it. I’d always been worried it would happen again.

“Since then I’ve lost my balance and my peripheral vision is limited.

Imogene was forced to give up her job as her symptoms worsened.

The 22-year-old is now using a wheelchair when she goes to shops and must be accompanied by a loved one.

She visited her optician in October 2021 and was sent to Falkirk Community Hospital.

There she had an MRI but medics are still unsure what is affecting Imogene’s eyesight.


She added: “I’m still undergoing tests and I’ve been checked for a tumour. The doctors have been unable to diagnose me.

“It’s difficult to deal with because I still don’t know whats wrong.

“I’m waiting for an appointment with the neurology department again.

Imogene says her symptoms have left her crippled with anxiety and she has struggled to adapt.

“I was an outgoing person before and always up for a laugh and loved being in front of a camera. Now I don't want my picture taken and live in my own bubble at home."

“I’m anxious when I go out because I’m unsure of where everything is.

“I used to love doing my make-up but now I can’t pick up my brushes. It frustrates me so much.

Imogene’s family hope they can get her an assistance dog to help day-to-day.

fundraiser has been launched to pay for the animal’s specialised training alongside Imogene for around 18 months.

The family needs around £4,000 pounds to cover the costs.

Imogene added: “I don’t know if my condition will get worse but having a service dog would give me a new lease of life, it’s something that could help me get through daily life.

“I could actually get my independence and start being a young adult again, to feel confident again would be amazing.






1: Imagine military-grade psychotronic frequencies mixing with the radar at air traffic control, and you have an idea of what the girl has been exposed to.


2: Edinburgh airport goes through a very high staff turnover. A lot of staff dont last anymore than six months. They end up leaving due to headaches, destroyed sleep patterns, increased aggression & abnormal behaviour.


3: Miss Comrie will have been exposed to the psychotronic frequencies at Edinburgh airport. The loss of vision, the imbalance and being crippled are all side effects of this weaponry.


4: I have purposely held back on exposing Edinburgh Airport information due to tactical reasons and not wanting to create a panic. I'll merely say that there has been  a spate of "lights" that have registered on the radar close to the airport. These are not UFOs. They are side effects of using psychotronic weaponry near to commercial aircraft & civilian aerospace radar. To any local who might be reading this if you are in the area and you see those lights, do not approach them or get close to them. You will get lobotomized & suffer from nose bleeds.


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Again more psychotronic weaponry & HAARP in Edinburgh. (first posted on Feb 17th 2022)


Yesterdays Storm Dudley was artificial. The weaponised storm was used as a means of allowing a large amount of USAF heavy-use aircraft to travel over the Atlantic in double-quick time on the back of the jet stream at high altitude. A lot of aircraft used the jetstream to land in Germany last night using less fuel than usual and carrying heavy load equipment heading to Ukraine.


Edinburgh is like a "radar" in terms of HAARP side effects.


This is what the clouds looked like yesterday over Edinburgh (A LOT of locals would have been getting lobotomized yesterday due to the EM fields in Edinburgh being fucked);




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Edinburgh Suicide Wave (Addendum) (First posted on 6th March 2022)


There is a synchronicity between the suicide of Alice Byrne & the man who purposely jumped over a cliff at Dunbar


Byrne was confirmed by police to have been last seen walking into the sea ;


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-60346601#:~:text=Alice Byrne%2C 28%2C was last,trace Ms Byrne were continuing.


And the man who walked over the cliff into the sea; https://archive.ph/DzIOo


As the both of them done the act, they would have been facing in the direction of North. And both were attracted to the water. So it is suggestive that the psychotronic weaponry being field tested would have carried the signal & frequency over the water. So the whole body of water north of Edinburgh will be acting as a conduit. It will be especially strong at low tide in Edinburgh around 9pm at night allowing the signal to carry further & be more clear. (EG; long wave radio has better reception at night). The Craigkelly Transmission Station is the main culprit in this issue. There has been illegal state-sector kit fitted that shouldnt be there. These suicides will continue until Craigkelly is shut down for good or the place is bulldozed into the ground;



  56° 4′ 19″ N3° 13′ 59.5″ W



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More side effects of psychotronic weaponry/ HAARP & the Craigkelly Transmission Station on Edinburgh (first posted 7th March 2022);


Another suicide (March 4th). The Article is not clear where it happened or how. The boy was 18 years old;




An Edinburgh woman had to have a large brain tumour cut out of her head; https://archive.ph/aX4vg

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Edinburgh Suicide Wave / Craigkelly Transmission Station  (first posted 14th March 2022)





A suicide jumper was airlifted to an Edinburgh Hospital from Aberdour after jumping off the cliff. Their condition is unknown;





A person has been rushed to hospital in Edinburgh after a tragic fall
from a cliff near the capital.

Emergency services have confirmed the person had to be airlifted to
the Royal Infirmary at Little France following the incident in

Both ambulance services, the RNLI and and Rescue 199 had raced to the
scene just a short drive from Edinburgh at around 6pm on Sunday
evening (March 13).

The Daily Record reports the person was then flown by air ambulance to
the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. 
The extent of the person's injuries is not yet known.

The lifeboat confirmed that it was stood down from the rescue
operation at around 8pm. 
A spokesperson said: "Lifeboat paged at 18:11 to one casualty fallen
down cliffs at Aberdour.

"Rescue 199 also attended and extracted casualty and airlifted to ERI.

"Lifeboat has just been stood down at 20:20.

"Lifeboat has no involvement in any other incident at this time."



Note Aberdour's very close proximity to the Craigkelly Transmission Station. Virtually right beside it.


( Map;

 https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Aberdour/Edinburgh/@55.9724639,-3.4320299,11z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x4887c9491369d1a1:0x18f281e444e9a9ab!2m2!1d-3.3027299!2d56.054679!1m5!1m1!1s0x4887b800a5982623:0x64f2147b7ce71727!2m2!1d-3.188267!2d55.953252!3e0 )


I'll merely say this, if Craigkelly Transmission Station isnt shutdown & bulldozed into the ground, then we are going to see a level of tragedy & horror unprecedented  in modern Scotland.


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Edinburgh Suicide Wave / Craigkelly Transmission Station  (first posted 17th March 2022)


Another suicide on Friday past a single father in his 40's. Left behind a 20 year old daughter. His death is on you deep state. You caused that with your tech;





Darren Dickson, known as ‘Daz’ to his friends and family, died suddenly on Friday, leaving behind his beloved 20-year-old daughter Sophie. A GoFundMe page was set up by a family friend to help raise funds to pay for a funeral for Darren, who lived at Cable Wynd House in Leith.  Darren, who was in his early forties, has been described as a “great guy” who “had a heart of gold”. His younger sister Debbie Turnbull told the Evening News: “We’re numb to be honest. He was always the glue that kept our family together. “He had a heart of gold and always had a spring in his step. He’d give you the last penny from his pocket and the shirt off his back. He was such a happy, happy guy.” She added: “He never had a bad word to say about anybody. He was somebody that would go above and beyond for anybody, and it’s such a shock to me.”



Note that Mr Dickinson lived in North Edinburgh at Leith. So he was in close proximity to the waters beside Leith Docks. he would have been fully exposed to the frequencies emanating from the north.


Then we come to this poor man:


Man from Edinburgh faces death due to inoperable brain tumours;







An Edinburgh dad has gone through two failed surgeries after he was found to have a deep growth inside of his brain.

Ben Brady, 56, was first diagnosed with a brainstem cavernoma in 1999, after what he thought was a facial palsy turned out to be the abnormal cluster of blood vessels.

Although originally medics believed the growth was operable, two attempts in 2000 and 2004 caused serious side effects and were unsuccessful. Now living with the condition, Ben told Edinburgh Live that the cavernoma can bleed every four years or so, having a serious impact on his health.


he dad-of-two said: "I have cavernomas all over my body but the one that has the most impact is the one on my brainstem. Every three or four years it bleeds and causes something to go wrong in the body.

"I had a facial palsy on the left side and I assumed it was Bell's palsy but I went in and they said no it's serious so I had a scan and they told me I had a tumour.

"They realised it was a cavernoma and they said they could remove it but they failed, it's very deep and hard to get at. I had an operation down south but it came back straight away then I had one at the Western General but it came back again.

"It's had a massive impact, at the time I was full-time in the Christian Ministry and because they said the operation would be successful I thought I would just get it and carry on but that wasn't the case, so my health has been deteriorating since then.

"The first operation had quite a few side effects on my head, numbness and strange sensations in my head due to them cutting nerves."


With his balance and energy levels affected on a daily basis, Ben also suffers from partial blindness in one eye and occasional seizures.

On daily medication for head pain and eyedrops to prevent further infection, Ben shared he desperate to get back to his favourite pass time of cycling, which he often did with his wife.

However, the balance problems have meant that he has been unable to get on a bike for some time due to the risk of falling.


Ben added: "It affects my body so my balance goes, it's got to the point now where I can't cycle safely anymore, I can get moving but if stop I just fall off. The balance is all the time, it worsens as the day goes on."

In the hope of getting back out and spending time with his wife in the fresh air, Ben has launched a fundraiser to help the family afford a tricycle that will allow him to balance.

He said: "I used to love cycling and me and my wife would go out along the coast easily and cycle to South Queensferry, we did that a lot for several years but I fell off too many times and it became impossible, so this is a really great option."

After launching the fundraiser for the bike, Ben has since seen over half of his target met, with donations totalling up to around £545 so far.

Overwhelmed with the support, he added: "It's amazing really, I didn't expect that, I just sent my story into GoFundMe and so much money came in.

"I can't run now, I can't walk far or without a stick so cycling will just be amazing."



The reason Mr Brady's case is included is because it shows that psychotronic weaponry has been field tested on Edinburgh for more than 20 years. Also note the damage to his eyes. so again we are seeing the same pattern of specifically targeting the nervous system and the brain.


For those of you who decide to go and do a recce up at Craigkelly Transmission Station , do so very discreetly and dont advertise it. the place will be crawling with goons due to it being state infrastructure.


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Edinburgh Suicide Wave / Craigkelly Transmission Station (first posted on 17th March 2022)


Another suicide jumper this morning in central Edinburgh;





A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Officers were made aware of a man having fallen from a height on Cowgate in Edinburgh around 10am on Thursday, 17 March, 2022. "Emergency services are currently in attendance.” The condition of the man who fell has not yet been confirmed. Traffic is currently being diverted up Candlemaker Row. An ambulance was also seen at the scene.



There is nothing more i can do in this. I have done my best to warn everyone. The level of avoidable deaths coming to Edinburgh this year is going to be horrific.

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Craigkelly Transmission Station/ HAARP in Edinburgh (first posted 23rd March 2022)


An 8 year old Edinburgh boy develops a Stage 4 brain tumour. Again this is on you deep state. You caused that testing your weaponry on the city;







An Edinburgh family were devastated after their son's headaches turned out to be a stage four brain tumour.

Rudi Abbott, now eight, was just six-years-old when he began to experience headaches and slightly blurry vision, with a host of doctors appointments ending in an MRI scan.

Diagnosed in August 2020, parents Coline and Ben were told that Rudi had a rare tumour in the centre of his brain, with treatment beginning almost immediately.

Just a week later, Rudi was taken in for major surgery to remove the tumour, before undergoing aggressive chemo and radiotherapy, as well a stint in Germany for proton therapy. "He the whole way through first lockdown he was complaining that things wee blurry when reading or watching things and having reoccurring sore heads

"They went to the doctors from around April until August and then when they went to the Sick Kids in August he had had one eye squinting and unable to focus and he felt quite strange on one side and had tremblings, he'd had a lot of sickness a lot out of nowhere.



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Edinburgh H.A.A.R.P / Craigkelly Transmission Station


Edinburgh residents spot UFO shaped clouds over the city (20th March 2022)







Spooked Edinburgh locals reported seeing UFO shaped clouds across the skyline on Saturday night.

A number of people took to social media looking for an explanation about the orb-shaped clouds that had settled in the sky.

Some even thought they had a UFO in their midst but the Met Office say it is actually a rare lenticular cloud. 

he Met Office say that such lens-shaped clouds form when the air is stable and winds blow across hills and mountains from the same or similar direction at different heights. Pilots on aeroplanes avoid them due to turbulence. Larger formations of the clouds were pictured over northern Scotland and the borders earlier this year. "They are quite unusual in the British Isles but do occasionally occur. They look a lot like the traditional shape of flying saucers in science fiction, and real lenticular clouds are believed to be one of the most common explanations for UFO sightings across the world.



Should be noted on that night it was a clear sky with no wind. Also there was a heavy electronic hum across the whole city. Lots of headaches & nosebleeds for the locals. 




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Edinburgh H.A.A.R.P / Craigkelly Transmission Station (first posted 17th April 2022)


8 year old schoolgirl from Penicuik (directly to south of Edinburgh) suffers side effect of her hair falling out.








A Scottish schoolgirl who started to lose her hair before starting school has taken it in her stride after getting a wig from a charity.

Freya Stevens, eight, from Penicuik, Midlothian was diagnosed with a hair loss condition three years ago that her mum originally thought was a scalp infection.

The youngster's mum Nikki Stephens began to notice wisps of her little girl's hair falling out and bald patches three years ago - but had no idea what was causing it.


The schoolgirl went through all sorts of tests to find out what was causing the hair loss including having skin from her scalp sent to labs to test for an infection and several blood tests.

Eventually Freya was diagnosed with the autoimmune condition Alopecia Areata, the disorder is the most common type of hair loss and can affect those at any age.

It usually causes small, coin-sized, round patches of baldness on the scalp, although hair elsewhere can be affected too.

After getting a wig through the Little Princess Trust, Freya's dad Gav, 40, is taking on an 140-mile cycle with pals to give back to the charity in June this year.

His wife said the dad of two is panicking slightly now ahead of the big cycle but will do anything for his little girl.


Speaking to Edinburgh Live Vikki said: "In October it will four years since it first happened.

"I noticed thinning areas on her head and patches that would last for months then it would start to grow back in January.

"By summer it would have fully grown back and was absolutely great. At the first I thought it might be a scalp infection so we had a sample sent away and checked.

"She had her bloods check too but they were clear and eventually she was diagnosed with alopecia.

"They don't know if it will keep falling out then come back again. It's an autoimmune condition so there is no cure or anything you can do.

"As a parent that's the worst part you just have to leave it there is nothing I can do to make it better."


Nikki used special tricks to conceal Freya's condition but after losing most of her hair last year it was no longer a possibility.

She explained: "I used to use a root touch up spray and I'd style it in a way that no one would notice.

"But after this Winter it became too hard to hide and she lost most of her hair. "Freya changed school recently because we moved to a different area of Penicuik.



Penicuik is around under 11 miles directly south from Edinburgh. It sits directly on the direction of the transmission signal taken directly from the Craigkelly Transmission Station. so that child's hair is falling out due to that frequency affecting her. So we have a better idea of how far that frequency & signal carries out of Edinburgh now. A child's skull is thinner than an adult's due to bone development still developing. So the girl will not have the same level of bone thickness as her parents have. Best thing the parents can do is move away from Penicuik;




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Edinburgh H.A.A.R.P / Craigkelly Transmission Station (first posted 18th April 2022)


Paramedics deal with a man from Mornngside who is bleeding from his nose, his mouth & his eyes. He was crying blood;





Edinburgh patients have featured in a new BBC Scotland ambulance show, which offers insight into the working life of hero paramedics including their gruelling battle during the Covid pandemic.

Paramedics on Scene features frontline footage of what staff at The Scottish Ambulance Service have to deal with every day, with Edinburgh being included alongside several different Scottish locations.

In the first episode, paramedics are called to a resident's house in Morningside, where a man suffered with persistent nosebleeds - to the point where blood was streaming from his eyes.


Their last call of the shift is for a patient with a nosebleed, which doesn't appear too serious an issue to request an ambulance for, but the man's constant high blood pressure and blood streaming from his eyes was definitely a cause for concern.

The crew race to 59-year-old Johnny's location, which from the footage, appears to be in the Morningside area of Edinburgh, where they're informed that the patient has been bleeding from his nose, mouth and eyes.


The crew note that although nosebleeds are not often serious, as Johnny symptoms have been so severe, there is a cause for concern, and he's taken to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.



So we're getting the point now where the frequency in Edinburgh is so strong, that it has the capability to burst blood vessels in an adult man's eyes, (& skull) blinding him. They are using the frequency to restrict the physical perceptions of the local population. So its not just the case of lobotomizing the local population now. Its a case of restricting their perceptions to conceal the presence of something "other" that they share the city with. Also note the incident took place at night. when the signal & frequency will have been much stronger & clearer due to night time conditions (High tide at night too).





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Edinburgh Suicide Wave / Craigkelly Transmission Station (25th April 2022)







Emergency services in Edinburgh raced to Leith on Monday (April 25th) after the body of a man was discovered.

Police have confirmed that the individual was found on Tower Place in Leith, after reports were made at around 7.40am.

A large emergency response had attended the scene, with the area surrounding Tower Place cordoned off by officers while enquiries were carried out. n a statement, police said they had been made aware of concern for a person, before the body of a man was found at the scene. 

The death is currently not believed to be suspicious, with enquiries still ongoing into the incident.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We were called around 7.40am on Monday, 25 April, to a report of a concern for person in Tower Place, Edinburgh.

"The body of a man was found.

“The death is not believed to be suspicious and enquiries are ongoing.”




Again note the area. Its North Leith right beside Leith Docks where the frequency is very strong. Also note the proximity of water to the suicide. I have a horrible feeling the number of deaths is going to be horrific this year. 

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Edinburgh Suicide Wave / Craigkelly Transmission Station


Police find a man's body beneath Dean Bridge in Edinburgh this morning. They jumped to their death;







A major road in Edinburgh has been closed as police confirm the body of a man has been found nearby.

The Dean Bridge has been closed since 10am today, with drivers warned to avoid the area and take necessary diversions.

This comes as emergency services raced to the scene in the city centre amid reports of a body being found.


Police Scotland have closed the bridge on either side with the current cordon stretching back to Queensferry Road due to the ongoing incident.

A section of the Water of Leith footpath underneath the Dean Bridge is also reported to have been closed.

Scottish Fire and rescue were also scene at the scene carrying a dinghy down to the Water of Leith which runs under the bridge.


A spokesperson for Police Scotland said:

“We were made aware of the body of a man beneath Dean Bridge in Edinburgh shortly after 10.30am on Wednesday, 27 April.

“Emergency services attended but the man was pronounced dead at the scene.

“Enquiries are ongoing.”



 I dont like covering this stuff, but no one else is doing it. Also it needs to be said that Edinburgh will see a suicide wave over the next few months that will freak out the public. Of course of all this can be avoided if the frequency transmission emanating from the Craigkelly Transmission Station (& the GWEN tower) is shutdown. You caused all this misery 'Deep State'.  You.


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Prisoner takes own life at Saughton Jail in Edinburgh. Found dead by guards on Wednesday 20th April 2022.







A West Lothian prisoner has died at HMP Edinburgh weeks after being put behind bars.

Connor Morrison died while serving a sentence at the Saughton prison on Wednesday, April 20.

The 24-year-old was jailed at Livingston Sheriff Court after being convicted of threatening and abusive behaviour, assault and breach of bail on Tuesday, March 22. The death is not being treated as suspicious and was confirmed by the Scottish Prison Service.

A report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal and a Fatal Accident Inquiry will be held.

A statement from the SPS read: "Connor Morrison, 24, a prisoner from HMP Edinburgh has died on April 20, 2022.

"He was convicted at Livingston Sheriff Court in 2022.

"Police Scotland have been advised and the matter reported to the Procurator Fiscal.

"A Fatal Accident Inquiry will be held in due course."




Should be noted that HMP Edinburgh is directly located within the path of the transmission frequency of the Craigkelly Transmission Station;



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The frequency is strong enough to cripple people & take away the use of their legs;







A young Edinburgh mum diagnosed with multiple sclerosis has told how she fears for the future of her young sons after the shock diagnosis turned her life upside down. Shannon Turnbull, 25, first visited her GP in January after suddenly losing the feeling in her left leg.  Three months on, Shannon, is now housebound and left worried about her little boys as she depends on daily assistance.   


"I’m pretty much housebound now and I could count on one hand how many times I’ve been able to get out. 

Doctors suspect Shannon may have been living with the condition undetected for three years and have now told the mum-of-two that she may never be able to walk again. There is also no guarantee Shannon's medication will prevent her from having further relapses.



Should be noted that Multiple Sclerosis is a vague diagnosis where tissue between the brain & spinal cord is eroded, cutting off signals to the body. So the frequency in Edinburgh is strong enough to corrode and damage the internal workings of the body. The article doesnt state where the mother lives bit i am certain she will live within the pathway of the frequency.


Also should be noted that the frequency has been very strong this week in the city leading to outbursts of violent behaviour across the whole city, and people being attacked for no logical reason.


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We are getting to the point that people are literally dropping dead on the streets in Edinburgh, due to the strength of the frequency. Possible 'Sudden Death Syndrome';







An Edinburgh man unexpectedly died on a bus outside ASDA at The Jewel on Monday afternoon.

Emergency services were called to the area on May 2 around 3.20pm after a man took unwell while riding the bus.

The sudden incident resulted in police cordoning off the bus and the area outside ASDA superstore to deal with the emergency.

While ambulances attended the man was pronounced dead at the scene.  Police Scotland said: “Emergency services attended and a 66-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene. “The death is not suspicious and a report has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.”




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Craigkelly Transmission Station / Edinburgh Suicide Wave



Theresa Riggi found dead in secure hospital (10th March 2014)


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-26518278#:~:text=Theresa Riggi killed her three,her children in August 2010.



An American woman who killed her three children in Edinburgh has been found dead in a secure hospital in Nottinghamshire.

Theresa Riggi, 50, was sentenced to 16 years in jail after the deaths of her children in August 2010.

She had pleaded guilty to a charge of culpable homicide on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

The BBC has been told that she was found dead at Rampton Secure Hospital in Nottinghamshire.

Nottinghamshire Police said officers were called to the hospital at about 02:00 following the death of a woman.

A spokesman said the death was "unexplained but non-suspicious". A file was being prepared for the coroner.



Riggi, originally from California, United States, killed her three children, eight-year-old twins Austin and Luke, and their sister Cecilia, five, stabbing each of them eight times.

She then tried to cover up their deaths with a gas explosion, before trying to kill herself by leaping out of their second-floor flat.

She had moved to Edinburgh with her children from Skene, Aberdeenshire, following the break-up of her marriage to the children's father.  A court heard that a report into her mental state identified narcissistic, paranoid and hysterical personality disorders.

She was moved to a secure hospital from the all-female Cornton Vale Prison, near Stirling, after reports that she had been attacked in the jail.




So within a short space of time a loving mother who moved her children to Edinburgh to be safe, was so disturbed by the city that she killed her children and then killed herself. This has parallels with the Rodrigo Rodrigues case in that you have someone who travels to the city and within a short time period engages in extreme behaviour and kill themselves. Note that the house where the children were killed was on Slateford Road in Edinburgh. Smack bang in the path of the transmission area from Craigkelly Transmission Station.






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Grown man decides to take his own life on the B914 road between Saline & Kelty in Fife by driving his car at brakeneck speed into a brick wall with no seat belt on. Car was a fireball when found;





Note the position of the B914 road in relation to the location of the Craigkelly Transmission Station. In terms of driving its less than say 6-8 mins drive.





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