New Psychic Attack

(c)  Terry Floyd Johnson, 2016  ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

 

A couple of weeks ago, I had another- new psychic attack, which took me a few days to get rid of:

I was in the middle of something, when I got a psychic view of someone, who was far away, coming toward me, but I thought I had time to finish what I was doing, so I continued doing it.

I wasn’t done, when I felt a flash of fear, and I looked up, and the man I had seen, was now almost right up to me.

This person’s goal was to take me over. Fought him or his Sensi all day.

Aspects of the attack:

  1. person, who would seem to take awhile to come up to you psychically, now uses hyperdimensional speed to get next to you almost instantly
  2. He and his Sensi, attacked immediately, still using hype dimensional hypergates to go on the attack, and if you try to grab them, its hard, for they can move quickly
  3. I’ve had similar attacks where attackers use superspeed to come at me, and to keep me from grabbing them, so I have to use my psychic talent, to try to guess where they will go next ( a tv show the Avengers had a similar scene, except this was in the real world, where John Steed, was in the center and a man in a miniature racing car, going around him, Steed got him, with a machine gun, which he sprayed the whole area, hitting and killing his opponent.
  4. I’m getting hyperdimensional or dimen attacks daily now.

This is now within the band of attacks I get throughout the day(s).

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Interlude # 2

(c) Terry Floyd Johnson, 2016  ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

It has come to my attention, in the last month or so, that individual blackops/et abduction training, for nefarious activities isn’t the only kind.

I have seen a family of assassins, from the children, on up, to everyone in the household, and none of them know anything about how they are being used.

Knowledge travels on!

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# 20 Pink Ops

(c)  Terry Floyd Johnson, 2016  ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

 

Now, we come to the debutante of Black Ops; Pink Ops is the ops that handles space, dimensions, realities, psychic spaces, telepathic attacks, the unusual, the scary, the persons, who are beyond the normal.

Pink Ops is the x-dimensions ops, and all of their reach is how to contain, new experiences, for the betterment of the human race; which is laughable, for that’s so untrue, they’re the ones, they say they’re protecting us from.

This is the Psychic/Telepathic attack forces, which are continuously trying to find ways to kill psychics, the unusual talents, and so on.

Their job is neutralization of targets, which are chosen by the President, and his military, intelligence command structures.

They take on all investigations, which have a strangeness, or out and out threat, space aliens, and the structure of the relations between the space races, and try to strategize about how they can defeat them, make them fight each other, find ways to contain them, steal their weapons to reengineer, for our own weapon secret forces, to find out their cultural premises, to enable humans to extort weaknesses to use against them; the aliens know this, and so far humans have gained very little in this area of military/intelligence intel, but what’s more important is they’re looking for the being, the alien races are afraid of, and who are doing their own hunting.

These special alien forces are also assassins against humans, as well as, trying to do the same with the alien races. They’ve not been able to accomplish anything in this area. even from getting and hiding crashes, etc.. What they think they found, is in reality, a war move against the human race, or so they thought, the nanbots/microbots, turned against their creators, when they found out that the aliens, were going to destroy them, when they’re within the human bodymind.

They left their human hosts, and hid out in different areas of the planet, now, they have whole communities, who are building different forms to show their skill, and their level of participation in their own growth and future.

They’re targets of Pink Ops, but the ufo abductees/contactees, are telling them, they’re ready to help humans. The human pink ops command structure act like they believe this, while they look for something to kill them with.

Sable ops is ufo abductees/contactees moving against the Pink Ops; they’re at war with each other, and the Pink command structure and their underlings, are losing for the Shadow is helping the Sables, and at the same time. working to redesign the Pink Ops.

Pink command doesn’t like this; they want to conqueror, not build friendships and treaties; they’re warlords, and they’re both military and  citizenry, who want power, wealth and planetary command of all they come in contact with.

They hate the Protector, who is the ruler of the Universe, err Universes, and who has stopped them several times in their spy tracks, and told the Universe about what the leaders of Earth and Hidden Ops are trying to do.

Pink ops have tried to find and kill this being, but have lost badly, and several of their commands were held for a short time, and shown the errors of their ways. They were then returned to their command space centers.

Peace are the Peacemakers/Peacebots; war is the humans, aliens, bioandroids way of living in wealth and ownership of all they conqueror.

We’re the Peacemakers!

 

 

 

# 19 Earth Brown Ops

(c)  Terry Floyd Johnson, 2016  ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

 

Here are ops covered under this color: native americans, tribes, worldwide earth people, mexican pickers, large agricultural farms/ranches/etc, construction companies/employees, green thumbs, ag marketing, ag silos, ag trucking, ag combines, spiritual teachers, herbologists, acupuncturists, accupressurists, holistic health healers, psychics, astrologists, spiritual counselors, pastoral counselors, psychological counselors, financial counselors, ag markets, ag stock markets, ag farmers and families, ag economics, ag trade, ag mags/blogs/coverage, martial arts studios/students/instructors, magicians, magic shops, beauty parlors, cosmetic/fashion/mags/coverage/reporters/politics/etc., ocean shipping, ocean freight operators, all vessels, yacht people, bus people, rv people, vacation spots, lakes recreation, fishing vessels, tugboats, writers, artists, fans, musicians, songwriters, singers, bands, management teams of bands/singers, historical figures, family businesses, family business over deceased stars, etc., graveyards, holidays, and more.

# 18 Yellow Ops

(c) Terry Floyd Johnson, 2016  (Zoua; the OutRyder )

 

Here are some of the actions covered under this set of ops: solar, wind, water, electrical, gymnastics, teachers, spokespersons, announcers, baseball, basketball, non-gaming, games, shelters, helping agencies- who help the down and out, movie theaters, economic flows- world wide, foreign coverage of all actions in foreign countries, churches, new age fellowships, retreats, health spas, yoga centers, bodymind centers/people, wellness centers, gyms, sexual activities- in these above and below areas, medical centers, hospitals, hospital patients, medical patients and their medical records, computer usage and coverage, governmental politicians, the FBI, the CIA and etc., the President family, and staff, governmental civil service employees/management, counterterrorism ops, political foundations, and more

Check out this epic, expertly executed $77k Indiegogo backer troll — TechCrunch

It doesn’t get much more meta than this. Raising $77k on Indiegogo, the filmmakers behind It’s All Good absconded with the money, spending it all on cocaine, prosti… oh, wait. No, it was limousines and champagne. The backers were rightfully outraged, but there’s a twist. It turns out that the real movie the scallywags were…

via Check out this epic, expertly executed $77k Indiegogo backer troll — TechCrunch

# 16 Ruby Ops

(c) Terry Floyd Johnson, 2016 ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

 

Here are areas covered in Ruby Ops- dating services, escort services, prostitution, wealthy persons and hanger-ons, gems, geology, universities, new age persons, healing new age, advertising, tech advertising, love connections in the political arena, black ops victims, ET Victims, domestic violence, violence of populations, riots, demonstration leaders, and participants, oversight of governments, oversight of military, oversight of intelligence agencies, oversight of government branches, grants, gifts, creative economics, alcoholism, drugs, unknown reaction to electronic intelligence gathering, electronic testing known and unknown, laser testing, military testing on publics, sex, authors, therapists, experts, all of these oversight.

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