On this Easter Monday morning, the Chemtrails have risen. They have risen indeed.
I don’t know what they’re spraying out of the back of those little, white planes but they’ve turned our perfectly blue, spring desert sky into a plaid pattern of cottony-white clouds. The effect these clouds have on the weather can’t be attributed to God, nor can Mother Nature take credit for flying those planes.
This isn’t the first time I’ve written about Chemtrails, but it’s the first time in a long time that I’ve seen them THIS close to my house and they practically screamed out to be documented. Regardless of whether or not you think there’s some kind of government conspiracy to spray the population with harmful chemicals, or that these planes are flown by aliens writing messages with their plaid patterns, or there’s a villain (ala Batman comics) trying to change the weather, you can’t help but notice them. And I, for one, can’t help but question why they’re there.
NOTE: These are NOT typical “contrails”—or condensation trails—the rapidly disappearing “jet streams” that we see shooting out of passenger planes at high altitudes with extremely cold temperatures. There’s a distinct difference. These trails, known as CHEMtrails, (“chem” suggesting they consist of chemicals such as barium), and they do not disappear. On the contrary, they linger for hours and eventually turn into low-level cirrus clouds. If you read anything about barium toxicity in the atmosphere and its harmful consequences on mammalian systems, it’s enough to give you a headache.
I took the top photo while standing in my backyard at 8:20 this morning. The photo below, taken an hour later from the same spot, shows how the trails linger, spread, and to the unsuspecting viewer, ultimately resemble simple cirrus clouds.
There are many people across the world questioning Chemtrails and studying their toxicity—and just as many debunking these questioners as alarmists and freaks. But I believe there are far many more people who not only don’t notice that these trails are regularly in the skies above us, but also don’t think they’re important enough to question.
I think it’s time to take notice, ask questions and GET SOME ANSWERS.