(GLARING Hypocrisy) Weather modification has drastically changed skies and weather systems across the globe, especially in the last ten or twenty years. Go anywhere in the world and it’s quickly apparent that the same heinous crimes are being committed, and no matter which terms are used — chemtrails, geoengineering, solar radiation management (SRM), stratospheric aerosol injection (SAI), and so on — the results are Frankenstein-inspired skies, weird weather and lacklustre light. The skies are streaked, smeared, filled with bizarre cloud formations, white, grey or, at best, a chalky blue. Sunshine is greatly diminished and when it shines it’s extremely rare for the earth to be bathed in warm, yellow light. The golden hour, a gift for photographers, has all but disappeared.
While Sean and I have witnessed countless freakish skies and so-called weather anomalies over the years, here’s one recent example that illustrates how geoengineering is very much the cause of “climate change”. Last week, we had a very strange shift in weather from very hot to temperate. For the vast majority of my life I’ve witnessed the natural phenomenon of thunderstorms bringing an abrupt end to heat waves, but thunderstorms are yet another element of naturally occurring weather to be replaced by something entirely unnatural.
The temperature was close to 40 degrees celsius (104 fahrenheit), the sky was ostensibly clear and blue with no clouds present, and everyone we met waxed lyrical about the fantastic weather. Thing is, it was nothing like the heatwaves of even a few years ago. The sky was covered in a fine layer of white, turning what would otherwise have been a deep, blue sky into a pale, slightly milky blue. Above the horizon the sky was a grungy blue, and the white sun cast an insipid, cool light. The heat was oppressive, but it wasn’t due to humidity. And yet, despite there being no moisture in the air, it wasn’t a dry heat either.
This strange heat with its accompanying barely-blue sky continued for a couple of days before the temperature plummeted by more than 10 degrees (50+ fahrenheit). There were no thunder claps, no lightning bolts, no downpours, just an afternoon and evening of heavy spraying. The lines predictably morphed into a light metallic grey blanket that not only covered the entire sky, but also drastically reduced visibility. Trees and hills in the near distance were shrouded in a paler, less dense version of what was occurring above our heads.
As a growing number of folk are aware, chemtrails have become ubiquitous throughout the entire world. And while checkerboard or smeared skies sucked, this current phase of weather warfare sucks even more due to the greatly increased number of “cloudy” days, the high levels of nanoparticulate heavy metals that prevent the full strength of the sun’s rays from reaching the earth, and the prevalence of bizarre “clouds” shaped by ionospheric heaters zapping the sky with radio frequencies / microwaves. Not to mention the toxic air we’re all breathing as the DNA-damaging nanoparticulates fall to earth, contaminating soil and water, and affecting all plant and animal life.
Whether you’re new to the issue of climate engineering or not, Matt Landman’s recently released feature-length documentary, FrankenSkies, is both a great starting point and an excellent overview of the history of weather modification. One thing Matt talks about is a new phase of geoengineering that will block out the sun and stars, however this has clearly been underway for some years now given the vastly increased — and ever-increasing — number of days with complete cloud cover.
Beyond paying attention to the sky in your own area, there are a couple of things you can do that will quickly show the extent of our engineered skies, worldwide: drive around various places using Google Maps Street View and fly over the earth with NASA Worldview.
The history of Google Maps is something that’s continually been erased as new, updated images replace older ones. But one thing that’s quickly apparent if you spend any time on such a project is the white / grey / smeared / streaked skies in pretty much every recently captured image — all of which are relatively dull due to the reduction of natural sunlight. In contrast, on the rare occasion you stumble upon older images the chances are you’ll see a stark difference. Google Maps images are, of course, captured at varying times of the day and across all seasons, but what this endeavour does reveal is the extent to which our skies have been perverted and our sunlight drastically diminished. And while certain image captures are ostensibly sunny, the light is inevitably cool and insipid.
A couple of months ago Sean and I “drove” around Meadowmere Park in Grapevine, Texas. During the approach the sky and light was typical of today (image capture: Sept. 2016), but when we came up to a barrier and drove through it we found ourselves back in October 2007, prior to the installation of the barrier. The difference was immediately apparent, as you can see in the below four images.
NASA’s Worldview is a great resource for looking at the sky globally, nationally, or over a discrete area. Here are some examples of a handful of many of the weird cloud formations that can be seen from the past six months. Just click on any of the below images to see them full screen on the NASA Worldview website. Hat tip to Patrick Roddie who previously shared a number of these NASA images on Facebook.
Beyond aesthetics, geoengineering is the greatest threat to life on earth. Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are skyrocketing, Vitamin D deficiency has reached epidemic proportions, soil and water supplies are contaminated, and the vastly reduced sunlight negatively affects all plant life, including crops that form the foundation of our food supply. Not to mention the steep decline of the bee population — bee pupae are being discovered with levels of aluminum that are not only off the charts, but also significantly higher than the levels considered dangerous for human beings.
All of these effects and more are being explained away by sell-out scientists and meteorologists whose government- and corporation-backed propaganda is spread to the masses by controlled media companies. This is further reinforced by so-called entertainment, advertising, education, and astroturfing, as well as a large number of trolls who are paid to discredit individuals and their work in comment threads and forums. Given how hooked in most people are to the Matrix, subjecting themselves to such a wide array of reinforcing propaganda, it’s hardly surprising that the majority response to the subject is cognitive dissonance and denial, something that’s almost as great a tragedy as the operation itself.
Planetary Lockdown, Geoengineering and “The Deep State” Elana Freeland, Global Research
Geoengineering IS The Primary Cause Of Global Climate Change, Not CO2 The Millennium Report
A Clash of Evidence: The Realities of Solar Radiation Management (SRM) Clifford E Carnicom, Carnicom Institute
List of Weather Modification Patents (1891-2013) Geoengineering Watch
Geoengineering Whistleblower — Kristen Meghan, ex-military Industrial Hygienist and Environmental Specialist, gives a talk on geoengineering.
Resonance Experiment — a good illustration of how frequencies affect matter, using sand, a tone generator, a wave driver (speaker) and a metal plate attached to the speaker.
Geoengineering the Atmosphere — Rosalind Peterson and Allan Buckmann discuss the impact of geoengineering on the environment.
What in the World Are They Spraying? — Michael J. Murphy’s first documentary on stratospheric aerosol geoengineering.
Why in the World Are They Spraying? — Second documentary from Michael J. Murphy.
Atmospheric Crimes/Geoengineering Playlist Sean M. Madden, YouTube
Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather by 2025 — 1996 research paper in response to a directive from the chief of staff of the Air Force to examine the concepts, capabilities, and technologies the United States will require to remain the dominant air and space force in the future.
Questions in the Sky — Carl Needham
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