by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Chemtrails: Now You Can Do Something About Them
Chemtrails—those ubiquitous aircraft sky graffiti—have been implicated in what’s called weather geoengineering that’s been going on for many decades, but increasing dramatically and globally in the last decade.
For readers who may be new to the concept of controlling the weather or using weather as a “weapon of war,” here is a blog I wrote, “An Indisputable Database for Chemtrail Deniers,” that can bring you up to speed on what’s been going on and is ongoing.
Numerous independent scientists and researchers doggedly have investigated what’s being called “contrails,” but actually have been proven to be patented chemical formulations emitted from specifically retrofitted aircraft to spray toxic chemicals, biologicals, and heavy metals into the troposphere in order to engineer weather patterns globally.
This talks about the catastrophic die off of Pacific Ocean marine life!
And in this article we learn that weather geoengineering is stealing rain from the western United States.
GeoEngineeringWatch.org has been at helm of exposing the abnormal weather conditions resulting from the deliberate toxic chemical assault and spraying of the Planet, humans, and all life forms for several years and finally has gotten to the point where it’s assembled legal teams in the USA and Canada to institute lawsuits.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Geoengineering now becoming a global business
t’s a subject that no reporter wants to talk aboutin the mainstream media. It’s a topic that government officials prefer to keep hush-hush. Weather manipulation is a shadowy, controversial topic that has gone under the radar for decades. Geoengineering dates all the way back to 1946, when a chemist working for General Electric, Vincent Schaefer, introduced cloud seeding techniques that he invented in a laboratory freezer.
Through the years, cloud seeding chemists have introduced new ways to manipulate the weather using planes and mass aerial dispersal of chemicals. Today, there are entire companies that specialize in controlling the weather; for instance, one European company charges wedding planners $150,000 to guarantee a rain-free wedding day. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reports that 55 cloud seeding projects took place last year in the US alone.