7 Responses to “Black Lights Turning Up in the UK”

  1. pete fairhurst says:

    Black light? How does that work? Light, by definition, can’t be black!

    What do you mean danceaway?

  2. danceaway says:

    It appears as purple. I think the term “black light ” has something to do with its function, which is damaging. It’s the kind of think Mark Steele talks about.

  3. ROTH says:

    Ultraviolet, as we used to have in the youth clubs in the late 70s and 80s.

    Buggered if I can think of a use for them in street lights though.

  4. newensign says:

    As Danceaway says, black light is a name for ultra-violet light, which is dangerous to ones health and particularly eyesight. LED lights are also on the ultraviolet spectrum and bad for one’s health causing blood cells to clump casing one to loose energy. They can use Led lights to carry other frequencies via LiFI and see into our houses!

  5. danceaway says:

    Have you noticed that Mark Steele always wears dark glasses?

    Have you noticed when driving at night how many cars have the strong LED headlights which are so blinding?
    Ian R Crane told us that he wore special glasses to protect his eyes from these headlights as he used to do so much night driving. That was several years ago; I think it must be much worse now?

  6. Steiner60 says:

    I saw somewhere a short video about this and they put forward the idea that they were connected with the jab, inasmuch as, apparently, ultra violet light can show up glowing veins in the arms of the jabbed. They did show a short clip of someone holding such a light against the arm of a jabbed person and it did indeed show up as a glowing spot where the jab was given, and the path through the vein in the arm where the juice went. Perhaps this is all nonsense, but we live in such insane times now…

  7. danceaway says:

    Yes, Steiner60, I have seen those videos a well, quite recently.