Who Do Voodoo At The Nuclear Power Plant?

While traveling in southern California, from Los Angles to San Diego, a friend and I stopped to have lunch at what to appeared to be a park on the beach next to the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS).  Utilities like this one used to be called nuclear power plants before the new "soft" language which demands the prettification of what is cold, hard, dangerous, or simply utilitarian in the interest of politics.  That nuclear power plant is now closed, except as to any superfund* clean-up that might remain to be done.


Located between the ocean and Interstate Highway 5, the nuclear power plant site was monitored.  There were camera everywhere, and a SCUBA diver soon popped up off-shore from us like a bionic seal up for air, and then went back under for the entire time we were there.  Was that diver part of security and if so where did he come from?  I looked around for signs to indicate his entrance point, and found nothing.  Except near an entrance to the power plant, I found, believe it or not, a voodoo shrine jammed into the sand and trampled all around as if numerous persons had participated in its ritual installation.  I did not take a picture of it as I did not want to take any of its malevolence with me.  It was not that I believed in its power but why sully the mind with it?  The pile of the voodoo's jumbled contents, the discordant composition of it, and the muted-death fluids that had been poured over it spoke of anger and desire to annihilate.  Ewww, crazy is icky.  The juxtaposition of primitive rite against the ultra modern power plant was disconcerting.  We quickly traveled on.

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*  "Superfund is a United States federal government program designed to fund the cleanup of sites contaminated with hazardous substances and pollutants. Sites managed under this program are referred to as "Superfund" sites. It was established as the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA)."

The term "Superfund" is more of the new soft and nonsensical language.
Source:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superfund.

Caption:  Flat Gray Sky Over San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant in 2007

by Annmarie Throckmorton 

Caption:  Flat Gray Sky Over San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant in 2007

"X" marks the voodoo installaltion

by Annmarie Throckmorton




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