What are chemtrails? How are they formed and what do they do? What is in the chem trail soup? Are they harmful? And if so, is there anything we can do to protect our selves?
What are chemtrails?
Normal contrails are formed above 30,000 feet and last only a few seconds. They are created rarely and are caused by extreme heat. Designed to appear as normal contrails, chemtrails are formed between 12,000 and 20,000 feet altitude and come from spray nosels that are attached to chemtrail planes: airplanes that spray.
What's in the chemtrail soup?
From 1999 Studies done by independend laboraties indicate that the following elements can be found in our air as well as rain water: Aluminium, Barium, Polymer Fibers, PH: Acidic, Mixed Pathogen Soup increasing in strenght, Mycoplasma.
Are they healthy?
As you may imagine, this mix of chemicals and pathogens is not healthy for you. Doctors have noticed a 3000% increase respiratory illnesses from unknown airborne causes since 1996!
Do this test yourself
Try this interesting test yourself. Go through your photos as far back as you can. See if you can find chemtrails in your pictures and when they start to appear. Chemtrials have been found as far back as 1984. Especially the heavy populated areas.
Why are we sprayed?
Disinformation is given to confuse us. Spraying is not done to influence the weather, and not to add a protective sunscreen layer as some believed. For several reasons this would make no sense. So what is the real reason? Find the answer in the video (24 min). Watch the video above for more info.
What can we do to protect ourself?
Do what Ghandi said: "Be the change you want to see in the world." Be the best example possible. Don't buy things with chemicals in them. Speak the truth. Be loyal and honest. Give more than you get. Eat a wholefood organic (raw) vegan diet.
How to build a cloudbuster
You may try to make the cloudbusters mentioned in the movie.
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