Monday, July 25, 2016 by D. Samuelson
Chemtrails — maybe your friends and family don’t believe in them yet — but they are very real. The nefarious activity of military and commercial jets purposely spewing forth elements like aluminum, barium, fuel additive polymers, nickel, cadmium, mold, fungi, desiccated blood, mycotoxins, et.al., according to Global Research, doesn’t make much sense to logical, caring, trusting people. Or folks who never look up. What we’re commonly told is that these substances are being strewn about in order to reflect sunlight to halt global warming from that nasty Co2. Guess it doesn’t matter that CO2 is good for plant growth. Or that, as reported by Climate Depot, that there’s been an eighteen year “pause” in the warming trend. And, according to Suspicious Observers, the earth’s electromagnetic shield, solar flares, space weather and that huge ball of fire in the sky are much larger factors that what you breathe out of your lungs, participating in that marvelous act called photosynthesis.
Twenty years ago, in 1996, the United States Air Force (USAF) put together a proposal entitled “Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025.” In it they wax on about the strategic and global security implications of mastering the weather domain. When man begins to think that’s it’s not enough to control the weather, but it must be “owned,” our hubris and arrogance may be reaching an all time high. Fortunately, there is a caring, conscientious and articulate woman who spent nine years in the Air Force as an industrial hygienist and environmental specialist. Her name is Kristen Meghan. She was a witness to large barrels of chemicals and toxins that had no manufacturer name and were being sprayed without regard to environmental regulation. Being an environmental steward and responsible for OSHA compliance for the Air Force, she began asking questions. As she explains in her interview featured on Talknetwork.com, she was eventually called crazy and her family was threatened. But she was discharged from the Air Force and is not afraid to tell the truth.
We’ve seen the chemtrails for many years, either live in action around the globe and from internet sites. As far as their purposes, they vary. Under the guise of preventing global warming, we are subjected to toxins that may be a factor in Morgellons disease. Others have surmised that the reflecting materials will be used as a large hologram delivery system as part of Project Blue Beam. And at Data Asylum, we are told that actual nano bio applications are floating down into our brain synapses. But these dark activities may be too much for trusting folks to immediately ponder. As Meghan suggested, Dane Wigington’s Geoengineeringwatch.org is a portal of very detailed information on the actions of how chemtrails impact our skies, waters, land, soil and all living things. We all, including the earth need to detox, doing what we can to breathe in fresh air. Wigington says it’s the most important question of our lifetime, because these assaults against our planet may cause an extinction event. It’s up to all of us to spread the truth and tell their friends and family that all is not well in the skies above. Let’s hope that other whistles blowers will make themselves known as well, and have the courage of Kristen Meghan.