Friday, November 14, 2014

Downtown Fort Myers-"Lux", Fracking, the CIA, and Tesla

Caloosahatchee Manuscripts also known as "Lux"


Charity is injurious unless it helps the recipient to become independent of it.
John D. Rockefeller

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By Lou Saboter

The Caloosahatchee Manuscripts, a sculpture in downtown Fort Myers, was commissioned by Florida Power and Light to commemorate the switch to natural gas. Natural gas is a product of fracking.

According to an FPL webpage (now erased):

 "This unveiling and dedication ceremony not only celebrates the community, but also the FPL employees and contractors who are working to "repower" the Fort Myers plant. By next year, the repowered plant will more than triple its output of electricity to meet the growth of customers in Southwest Florida in the coming years.
Repowering means converting a 1950s oil-fired plant on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River to new natural gas-fired technology, thus contributing to the increasing need for electricity in the region, while also providing cleaner air and reduced oil barge traffic on nearby waters."


This was in reference to a dedication ceremony on April 6, 2001. Mayor Jim Humphrey, Tony Rodriguez (FPL Vice President then), and Karl Hollander, executive director of the Alliance for the Arts were part of the proceedings. Jim Sanborn, the artist, was also present to give interviews.

Why commission an artwork to commemorate natural gas? It says on the erased page that the Mayor and the city council were in on it. Did they want something from FPL in order to grant their compliance with the change?

Natural gas has been touted by President Obama as a "transitional fuel", and fracking has not been broached as a concern in his administration despite massive popular concern with the practice which is rampant in the United States. Fracking poisons groundwater permanently and causes frackquakes.

President Obama has pushed for the change to natural gas as a fuel citing global warming as a concern. However, he has simultaneously ramped up fossil fuel extraction which casts doubt on his supposed good intentions. In fact, some wonder if global warming is actually manufactured.

One must wonder how long this plan has been in play, and what it's true purpose is. Could it be part of a plan to frighten the population into accepting a giveaway of more of their rights to a global elite?

Jim Sanborn was also commissioned by the CIA to create Kyptos, a coded message.

So, why do the intelligence community and frackers love his cryptic monuments? He also has works at the NOAA Museum of the Sea, Silver Spring, Marylan, and at the Department of Energy, Coast, and Environment, Lousianna State University, Baton Rouge, LA, and at the MIT Department of Microbiology, Cambridge, MA. His artwork has also explored such topics as depleted uranium shells.

And Fort Myers, Florida? The center of known civilization?

Jim Sanborn also has a fascination with Egypt, as illustrated in The Mummy Room. One of the encoded messages at his CIA project concerned the moment of discovery of King Tut's tomb.



What codes could be hidden in the Caloosahatchee Manuscripts?

Are they about the true agenda behind fracking?

On the Caloosahatchee Manuscripts we see many natural species listed by Thomas Edison, studied for their potential for producing rubber. There is also an ancient Native American story on the plaque.

The plaque reads: “From 1927-1931, Thomas A. Edison studied and tested 13,000-17,000 species of plants for their suitability in the manufacture of a domestic source of rubber."

Ironically, after the groundwater is poisoned, none of these plants can be grown.

Edison died before completing his rubber experiments. Also ironic was Edison's abusive relationship with Nikola Tesla. Tesla purportedly developing free energy technologies which would have made fossil fuels obsolete. This is recorded as having been suppressed by Edison and J.P. Morgan.

Here is an video of a coal plant being demolished to make way for a natural gas plant.



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