I’m sure this has happened to just about everyone at some point: You wake up in the morning and look outside. There’s a cloudless, deep blue sky. It’s gorgeous. But by noon, you find the sky completely covered in a tic-tac-toe game of long, wispy, ever-expanding tracks of white called chemtrails. And these trails inevitably clump together to form big, fat chemclouds. Ugh.
While chemtrails are rumored to have been around for decades, the powers-that-were appear to have significantly ramped up their nefarious efforts toward the end of the 90s. That’s when I first noticed something wasn’t quite right. Only after hours and hours of research on the Internet did I discover the truth: Something was horribly wrong.
What really gets me is that the weather service seems to be in on it. I started noticing that whenever they say it’s going to be partly cloudy, it almost always means chemtrails. I live in the sunny Southwest desert, so it’s definitely out of the ordinary to have so many partly cloudy days.
There are days when I curse the planes, longing for the sunshine of yesteryear. On other days, I say a prayer for the chemtrails to disappear from our skies forever. Can’t wait.
For now, I try to stay indoors on the heaviest spraying days. But it’s critical to protect ourselves (and our family members if they’ll listen) from the chemtrail fallout in other ways as well. That’s why I’ve included Dane Wigington’s article on hit chemtrail protection protocol below. It’s very informative and worth a few minutes of your time.
Climate Engineering Contamination – Staying Healthy in a World that Isn’t
How does one retain some semblance of health while existing in a world that has become alarmingly toxic and incompatible to life as a whole? Though there are countless sources of contamination, the climate engineering fallout is the most pervasive of all. I am not a physician, but I have made an effort to understand and pursue fitness and health since I was about 14 years of age.
To some degree I have avoided previously penning this post because it is not my primary area of study. This being said, I have had many requests to outline what my personal health protocol is, so I’ll do exactly that. I am not giving medical advice, I am not suggesting or directing anyone to practice the health/fitness regime that I follow, I am simply sharing it.