Chemwatch Highlights 1


Haven’t seen chemtrail activity the past couple of days. Mostly I have seen short trails. Not much, eh? But when I see the width of the trails in relation to the size of the planes (tiny from this distance but these are huge airliners) I realize that this stuff must be flowing out of  these planes in huge billows. I wonder if the passengers on these planes notice. If they do I certainly have never heard them. Maybe there are no passengers. Maybe they are military. Huge multiple engine military planes. Like the kind that rumbled low over my house a few months ago.

Wow! As I was sitting here watching this I heard the increasingly loud sound of an air vehicle. It got so loud and lasted so long I thought it might be a low flying helicopter. Though I live not far from the municipal airport, no plane has ever flown so low in the twenty years I have lived here. I wanted to go out and take a look at what this was but by the time I decided to do this the sound had  begun to wane. So I decided  not to. Then, about two  or three minutes later the sound approached again. I got outside just in time to see a massive four engine military tanker flying low overhead. It was headed east, the general direction of the municipal airport but it was turning towards the south, which would take it away from the airport. Its destination was clearly somewhere else. I did not know if this was the same plane I had heard a few minutes earlier circling back or if this was a companion tanker following the path of the first plane. No, the plane was not spraying. But it is probably one of the planes. Cargo plane? Possibly. The closest thing I can find on the web that resembles what I saw is the C 17:

Four engine. Wide body. Flared wingtips, very distinctive. Flying low enough to see it clearly. Cargo? No doubt it would be easy to convert such a plane into an aerosol tanker.



The rest of the evening the trails overhead became more expansive. Quite a few chemtrail planes seemed to be working together to weave an enormous translucent cloud overhead. Quite clearly I could see them (40-50 thousand feet) selectively turn aerosol spray on as they entered the nascent cloud bank, evidently trying to increase its volume.

9/ 6/15

Were there trails? Friday the 4th? I can’t remember. Certainly I was out that day. Over at the house. Keeping appointments. Too preoccupied to pay much attention to the sky, which is what the social engineering wing of the geoengineers desire. They want everybody to be too busy and focused on things on the ground to notice what’s happening in the sky. But since I don’t remember, there was probably no significant chemtrail activity. I would undoubtedly have made note of it; as I did yesterday. I saw, among other chemtrails, a wide one in the making. What was interesting about this trail was its altitude. It was considerably lower than most chemtrail planes. As I often say, most of the time they are little more than dots; you can just barely make out the wings. This one was low enough to make out the wings, fuselage and tail section. It was flying at the low end of the spectrum at which such planes normally fly. I am estimating it was between 30 and 40,000 feet. And because I could see the wingspan clearly I could see that the vapors were being emitted from the entire span of the wings. And not only that, the trail would stop and start periodically as the plane traversed the sky. It is perhaps the single clearest example I have witnessed of a plane in the act of spraying aerosols. I saw this plane clearly, spraying wingtip to wingtip and cutting the dispersal off and on. Caught in the very act.


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