Hurricane Ian made landfall on Pine Island Florida, with credit to NASA.
On the 26 of September 2022 at 09:35, TBW received a message from Hawkeye, one of the main contributors to this blog. The incredibly powerful, Hurricane Ian, category 4, was about to make landfall on Pine Island, southwestern Florida where Hawkeye lives—And as ever she was remonstrating at what she calls the weather makers!
It would be 17 days before we heard another word from Hawkeye. Hawkeye usually contributes and writes to TBW almost every day, ironically delivering a diatribe or rant on government weather modification, especially their power to control the path of a hurricane, and the ability to control its speed, only this time she would become a massive player in the deadliest hurricane to hit the state of Florida since 1935 Labor Day hurricane. As the drama unfolded, not surprisingly, Hawkeye went off the radar, we all feared for the worst. . .
Below is Hawkeye's message to TBW just hours before the storm hit.
Greetings. Having trouble sleeping this weekend. We are in storm mode once again as you probably heard in news. This one is Ian, just beginning to be a hurricane this morning. So, my no storms this summer prediction got squashed by the weather makers! Lol....yes I said the weather makers, but I also said in that prediction that at any time they could simply turn off haarp and create a system but it didn't look likely as the majority pattern this year has been the heat dome of haarp cooking everything.
I consider myself pretty seasoned with regards to these hurricanes due to so much experience with them for about 2 decades now. I can read a radar better then the news forecasters because they read a script from the weather makers and I know they are controlling the weather. It's lonely to know this truth and have no one to share my real concerns with as we sit under the barrel of a gun right now aimed directly at us but still unknown to where it will target.
It's not just storm worry, it's also financial woes because work gets canceled until further notice. So lots of losses to note. My whole week is canceled! Ugh, rent is due on the 1st!
As usual it's being steered to go into some west coast area of FL. (The hurricane more or less landed on Hawkeye's head) News said big high pressure in place over the state would lift to allow Ian to steer towards us here. Yes, that high pressure is dry hot air that is a wall to these storms and that is how they steer them. That haarp microwave heat dome completely surrounds these hurricanes and directs them to go where evil men send them. Normal predicting is off the table and that is what has kept me not sleeping this weekend.
Well still too early to tell but it's going to be close if not a direct hit so stay tuned and if able I will report back so you can compare notes with the liar news!
Scheduled arrival is unclear but estimated to be Tuesday/Wed/..maybe thursday!? Lol....you know why? Because to intensify the attack they hold many or all these storms in place for a long period of time to allow growth and strength. Then they open the wall and let it ride! I'm so not kidding!
Fiona that just was in the Atlantic is now effecting Canada, same story. Many others past as well and as I have said several times....hurricanes do not stand still for 36 hours or any period of time, but now they do and people just accept it which is how I know all our leaders and that includes enforcement people go along with the bull shit conclusions.
OK, talk to ya again before we get hit.
Love to all!
And that was it, all news from Florida coming from Hawkeye at least went silent, as I said, many of our readers feared the worst! And then, 17 days later we received a message from Hawkeye.
Listen, I just got power and internet late this afternoon. I don't even know what day it is I'm so stunned and still in survival mode. So so much to tell you and your readers but I'm also completely exhausted, it's just after 10 p.m. here and I need some sleep. I just wanted you to know I am OK and survived [H]urricane [I]an that was directly steered in to my island. Ground zero, Pine Island -St. James City, SWFL. I watched it on radar just before it hit and power went down. This was not an act of natural. We are demolished, absolutely not exaggerating. Everyone went under water on all the barrier islands, Pine Island, Sanibel, Captiva and Matlacha a quaint old historic strip island that connects the mainland Cape Coral to Pine Island is gone. Nothing remains. All buildings washed away. It's unimaginable for me still. I was stranded on PI (Pine island) for a week. No one could get to us. An experience I never thought I would encounter. I will give you my story it's a good read and still ongoing. Not done yet.
I'm still thinking wow, wow what is happening and wow, this post is for me. Tears of joy to be talking to ya again and to be alive. Some of my clients homes had 8, 10 or 12 ft of water surge. It was like a tsunami. I feel so blessed to be here to talk to you, to be so loved. Thank you, really from my heart THANK YOU for caring about me.
I will write to you again very soon.
Each day is unique and more absurd then the previous day. I honestly don't know what to do anymore. I reside in a rental owned by people in Canada. It is a manufactured/Mobil like dwelling and in an HOA community of 326 residencies. The community as a whole was pretty demolished. Many are to be demo'd to vacant land or new put up. My place was damaged but liveable and could be rehabbed but costs are very high and since literally every single building on this island needs help the demand for supplies is overwhelming and wait times starting at 6 months to 2 years!
It's a lot to explain to fully understand but trying to keep it short, I had no place to shelter to for storm so was going to go to the clubhouse in here, a concrete building. Storm really began Tuesday evening into early a.m. hours. I slept here Tuesday night with plans to get up and go to clubhouse with my cat & dog around 7 or 8 a.m.
My husband and I separated 5 years ago, never divorced. He came here at 4 a.m. to get me out to go with him to north end of island in another concrete building with some other friends. Good thing because [the] clubhouse was 4 ft under water for 3 hours and people inside were holding their pets up over their heads for 3 hours waiting for [the] water to go down. I never would have made it through that with 2 pets.
Hubby is a building contractor, he lost his house to the sea, so [he is] homeless. He is bunking with me. We had to get to my place on foot day after storm due to enormous amounts of debris, downed trees, power poles, boats in roads, roofs, all kinds of obstacles, because neither of us had a place to go to to leave Pine Island. Any friends on [the] mainland were damaged too or already took in others, everyone is damaged in some way. No hotels [are] available, no place to go! Fema was evacuating people by military helicopters. It was crazy! Evacuation was to Ft Myers or Cape Coral (mainland) but they had no power or water either and many there had flooding too. So we stayed on island because it was better. Imagine that!?
So we were at my place drying things, cleaning things, just to try to live in all the damage, fema took people to an arena to sleep on floors and pets got taken to another place. I said no I'm not going there. We went through some real survival times and creepy dark nights with looters and gun shots all the time. No phone service, etc. No way to let landlord know I was here for about 2 weeks.
We offered to do the rehab work for him if he wanted to and wanted to keep it. That day is a blur on all we spoke of but mold is starting and it burns, we removed a lot of damage as landlord gave OK but with a tentative OK until pictures could be seen and all the rest involved to rebuild. Now he [has] emailed me saying he wants to talk regarding the future for this place. I think he might bail and we will have to leave...but still [we have] no place to go. All our work is/was on island but gone now with all the homes that are totaled, people had to leave. A lot more to it but that's the big concern. So prayers are needed. We lost homes and vehicles and personal possessions, landscape, history! It's all gone. You can't even imagine unless you experience this.
I need help. Any advice would be so appreciated. Fema is giving $700. And offering low interest loans! Lol...wtf!!? I'm a week to week income girl so not much money to relocate. It's frightening. SOS!
I'll keep writing you Gary. My story is all I have to let the world know people need help.
Walking by faith, not by sight!