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BEST EXAMPLES of the incendiary, White Phosphorous:

0:40 - 1:10 - 1:30 - 2:00 ("sparkles") - 2:45 - 3:05 - 3:35 - 4:00 - 4:20 - 4:40 - 8:50 - 9:10 - 9:35 - 10:40 - 11:25 - 11:50 ** - 12:15

My allegation is that the people who produced 9/11 were aware that in order to guarantee the "special effect" fireball an incendiary must be utilized, in other words, the "fireball" was not an accident.


The following information and videos support this allegation




"In the event of an impact with the ground or an obstacle, which results in structural break-up of the aircraft, a fire CAN START IF FUEL COMES INTO CONTACT WITH HOT SURFACES". Equally, if containers carrying flammable material are being carried as cargo on a State Aircraft (fuels, explosives, etc) are damaged, they MAY ignite as a consequence of impact, contact with hot surfaces or, in the case of unstable chemicals, the atmosphere." 


Which is why the THEORY that the "flash" observed in the Naudet Brothers video, the only video I know of the first strike and multiple videos of the second strike (from many angles), was an incendiary, likely white phosphorous as the GLOWING OBJECTS and WHITE SMOKE exiting the tower is an indication of





White phosphorus is a material made from a common allotrope of the chemical elementphosphorus that is used in smoketracer, illumination and incendiary munitions.[1] Other common names include WP, and the slang term "Willie Pete," which is dated from its use in Vietnam, and is still sometimes used in military jargon.[2] As an incendiary weapon, white phosphorus burns fiercely and can set cloth, fuel, ammunition and other combustibles on fire, and cause serious burns or death.

In addition to its offensive capabilities, white phosphorus is also a highly efficient smoke-producing agent, burning quickly and causing an instant bank of smoke. As a result, smoke-producing white phosphorus munitions are very common, particularly as smoke grenades for infantry, loaded in grenade launchers on tanks and other armored vehicles, or as part of the ammunition allotment for artillery or mortars. These create smoke screens to mask movement, position or the origin of fire from the enemy. White phosphorus is used inbombsartillerymortars, and short-range missiles which burst into burning flakes of phosphorus upon impact.





Naudet Brothers VIDEO of FIRST STRIKE



NOTE: FULL SCREEN on YouTube and look DOWN and right during the ZOOM IN portion and notice the DETAILS

There are indications that a projectile or rocket armed with the incendiary, WHITE PHOSPHOROUS was fired just prior to the aircraft striking the tower.

These links are to 

In Plane Sight


Ripple Effect