First five photos are not compressed & will open in new window click to enlarge and click again in new window. All burnt trees were within a 4 mile area and were marked by ribbons like construction ribbons nearby. Also there were plastic tubes over nearby wires that marked the areas of tree fire. There was also one nearby brush fire with a couple of these trees burnt internally in the brush fire area. Palm trees were burnt outer. Pine sap was melted and pushed out of the wood. Most instances the green next to burnt trees was in tact. Note also very watery area. I have way larger photos if you want close ups let me know which photos and I can send huge photos for close ups. As these are all compressed for webpages by 50% at least, I kept originals size in tact. Some tree stumps appeared to be sawed top was blunt like saw marks and examined after fire maybe. Some are pines some other type. Keep in mind we have very high humidity and its very wet lots of rain. Pines have alot of sap as well.
Energy is RADIATING UP FROM THE GROUND burning trees from BOTTOM UP INSIDE TO OUT. Says Inspector Jeff Snyder from the great hills of Utah and vicinity. Inspector Jeff Snyder is highly skilled and open minded to what is happening in the forest for us the “last generation”. Get you some Jesus, brain gravy just ask. Jeff says “this is NOT lava”. IT’S ELECTRICAL. Some trees are unlike the others. Lets hope Jeff moves to one of the other genre’s we are being herded to.
Jeff’s commentary on strange new fires.
It seems to me that magma would burn much like fire, often causing actual combustion and producing a flame. In this video, you can see where a tree is burnt all the way up with limbs sticking out that are un-burned on the bottom side, that proves there was no Flame during the burning process of the lower and middle part of the tree.
Also to produce anything like this type of burn pattern, the liquid of the magma would have to be such a thin small particle that it could saturate and move through the fiber of the wood, like water, and during the leaching process where water moves throughout the porous cavities of a material like a sponge, it moves in evenly distributed patterns.
There is Video available online of lava moving across the forest floor igniting the bushes and trees as it goes and the resulting burn pattern is much the same as a standard forest fire and the combustion that is produced when the lava hits the wood is exactly the same as forest fire… … so if lava was flowing upward from the ground into the trees it would still result in combustion and a burn pattern very much like a forest fire rather than the flameless forest fires with high intense burning beside untouched wood that we are seeing with these plasma burn signatures.