Kanye and the helicopter

I had a night vision last night of a hovering helicopter with 2 baskets on the end of 2 ropes. I don’t know if they were rescuing someone or if they were ‘listening’ to someone with odd devices hanging from the vehicle. A group of men had just left the building that I was in and was on their way to Ohio. The ‘baskets’ on the helicopter were long and grayish about 6 feet high) each. I saw it as plain as day as I am sitting here typing on my Blog. As I was looking at the helicopter, Kanye West came out to me from inside of a building and watched it with me while talking. I don’t know exactly what he was saying but he seemed very nice. I noticed that his complexion was of a beautiful, creamy “countenance” (like David in the bible) and matched well with the sky in the background of all of this. The sky was actually light brown and red and tannish like a painting.

Could it be one of the stories on the following page about manufacturing companies blowing up? https://twitter.com/its_the_Dr/status/1627102919119015936


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adj. rud·di·errud·di·est


a. Having a healthy, reddish color.

b. Reddish; rosy.

2. Chiefly British Slang Used as an intensive: “You ruddy liar!” (John Galsworthy).

[Middle English rudi, from Old English rudig; see reudh- in Indo-European roots.]

rud′di·ly adv.

rud′di·ness n.

American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.



adj-dier or -diest

1. (of the complexion) having a healthy reddish colour, usually resulting from an outdoor life

2. (Colours) coloured red or pink: a ruddy sky.



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