How many times have you looked up at the sky and seen odd looking wisps of smoke that look a lot like the trails left by jet planes? Numerous times, right? Have you dismissed these as mere jet contrails? If you have, then now’s the time to put away those blinkers and see the whole picture more clearly.
Jet contrails are different from chemtrails, and you need to understand the difference because it’s important. Jet contrails are pretty much like the spray and foam behind a boat that never lasts longer than a few seconds or minutes. They are formed 33,000 feet above the ground when the engine exhaust condenses into vapor trails that disappear soon. Chemtrails, however, are different even though they look like contrails at first glance.
If you look more closely, chemtrails are thicker and extend right across the sky. You can also find them in X type patterns, parallel lines, and even grids. Chemtrails are created in the air by spray systems by planes that don’t have to be at any particular altitude. Initially, it was believed that these chemtrails were merely a part of crop dusting or mosquito control, and sometimes, people were told that pilots dumped fuel to reduce onboard weight before landing. However, there’s more to it than what you have heard.
Chemtrails do not disappear into the air. If you observe carefully, you will notice that they expand and feather out like a cirrus cloud and last for hours. At times, observers have noted that chemtrails run through clouds and create a grey, dull sky. So what exactly are these chemtrails and why are they making their presence felt so ominously? Many theories have been debunked as mere conspiracy theories, but it helps to understand what is being said about these dastardly chemtrails. Here are some of the theories regarding this increasing phenomenon:
- Mass inoculations - Despite the negativity associated with chemtrails, a few people naively and hopefully believe chemtrails were a method of mass inoculation to prevent the adverse effects of biological warfare. However, this theory has been refuted because it has been observed that an increasing number of people are falling sick instead.
- Atmospheric modification – In a bid to stop global warming, a proposal by Edward Teller, the man who invented the hydrogen bomb, suggested that tiny aluminum particles be sprayed in the atmosphere. This was believed to prevent the harmful UV rays from entering the atmosphere. Testing rainwater after spraying does support this theory, but not always.
- Weather modification – Cloud seeding programs involve the use of barium to create clouds, and this method has been in use for a long time. However, as with the above, a high concentration of barium or aluminum in the atmosphere is not good for the population because these are toxic substances that can cause plenty of damage to the bodies and minds of people.
- Controlling the population – One theory that finds a lot of resonance with many people is that chemtrails are actually a covert government ploy to enforce population control. As horrific as it may sound, it could well be the more modern interpretation of the survival of the fittest. This is because an increasing number of people are falling sick, particularly in areas where there have been plenty of chemtrails. Of course, there’s not much to substantiate this theory, which eventually makes it look like another conspiracy theory.
- Mind control agents – Another popular theory among conspiracy theorists is that the government is unleashing mind control agents in the sky, hoping to create a population of submissive people who could easily be led. A more euphemistic explanation would be that these chemtrails are used to calm people, but this is not what many conspiracy theorists believe.
Of all the countries where chemtrails have been spotted, the US leads the list, followed by Canada and a host of other countries such as the UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, and even Australia.
When questioned about chemtrails, authorities have been evasive and skeptical, suggesting that these chemtrails are actually contrails that appear different because of the conditions of sunlight, temperature, and humidity levels inside the aircraft. They also claim that the increased presence of chemtrails is because of the increase in air traffic in recent times.
In fact, the government and authorities have gone as far as to say that chemtrails do not exist at all, and all the theories surrounding their presence are mere nonsense. While no one knows what the truth is, there’s little that you can do to prevent the harmful effects of these chemtrails.
However, there are a few things you can still do, such as:
- Observe a pattern in the frequency of chemtrails spraying. Try to stay indoors during such times
- Boost your immunity by eating plenty of fresh, green vegetables
- Colloidal silver is one of the best ways in which you can improve your immunity because it is one of the most powerful germicides that can protect your body from biological assaults.
While the truth about chemtrails could well remain a mystery, it’s always safe to be cautious and skeptical and take the necessary precautions.
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