Friday, September 9, 2011
Dr. Judy Wood on Veritas Radio | 9/11: The New Investigation (Full Interview)
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Reading Dr. Judy Wood's book, Where Did the Towers Go?, continues to awaken minds of note among truth seekers while mainstream media looks the other way and many in the "truth movement" bash it for its differing conclusions.
On this tenth anniversary of 9/11, Dr. Wood returns to Veritas to discuss the book's reception thus far, and her hopes for the future.
"I'd like to empower the reader to understand what happened. I want them to trust themselves, their own judgment, rather than what they've heard." Of course, one has to read the book. Those that do often return to buy another five or so, she says.
During this discussion we hear a recording of Governor Jesse Ventura lauding Dr. Wood's work to a skeptical Alex Jones. "It was some sort of microwave weapon. It wasn't a controlled demolition." We hear a recording of self-proclaimed 40-year hurricane expert Geraldo Rivera say, "Too bad there wasn't a hurricane on 9/11."
Ah, but there was a hurricane on 9/11. The public was never warned. Nor were pilots.
On 9/11/2001, a category-three Hurricane Erin stood menacingly off the shore of Long Island and Cape Cod for four days, Woods explains. Just after the towers disintegrated, it made a 90-degree turn away from the continent.
Free energy weaponry apparently requires a highly-charged, controlled atmosphere.
Wood laments that the truth movement has been derailed by distracting misinformation alluding to controlled demolition, radiation, bombs, thermite, molten metals, and more.
She says that surviving recordings reveal silence during the demise of the buildings. "The towers did not burn up, nor did they slam to the ground. They turned to dust in mid-air."
She mentions that there is no evidence any steel, or other tower remains, was shipped off to China.
Toasted cars blocks away, spontaneous combustion, papers flying while solids "dustified..." Wood's 800-pages of findings beg to be read. And bring on the skeptics.
"Just look at my book. There is no denying the evidence of directed, free-energy technology. This technology is not a secret anymore. Think of what knowing this will change."
So far no one has disputed any of the evidence presented in her book.