Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Planet X - Nibiru

Introduction to the Planet X theory

Read the text on the above link's site if you care to, then you can watch this interesting video on the subject.

Pink Chemtrail Sunsets

I found this website a long time ago, at the beginning of my quest for answers on the chemtrail issue (right click and open in new page/tab for any links on my page to keep this one open).
This link caught my eye:

From Ken Adachi
October 2003

When your skyscape is composed of chemtrails trying to masquerade as real clouds, they usually appear pink for just a few critical minutes at sunset when the angle of the setting sun is just right. Analysis of chemtrail fallout samples by Chris Carnicom, William Thomas, and others have almost always included the presence of desiccated red blood cells which are laced with pathogenic organisms. I'm going to make an educated guess and speculate that the pink color is due to the red blood cells dispersed throughout the chemtrail "clouds".

Either one of these pics could be my sky on any given evening. They are from the above article.
That information scared the shit out of me, and I am still trying to digest it.
I don't know if I believe it or not.
Knowing that Chris Carnicom and William (Will) Thomas analyzed the samples, I am leaning towards believing. I guess I just don't want to.
How incredibly disturbing!
As I get deeper into this subject, it gets worse and worse.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

That's Right, It's NOT Asthma

My Sky
November 23, 2008
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Neat snap of a plane laying a nice chemtrail eh?

Look again, this is what a normal everyday contrail (condensation trail) looks like. It's disappearing!
The one the plane is about to cross though, is, in fact a chemtrail.

Please note my highlights in bold red. I found this article very interesting, because of the year that they noticed an increase of patients going to their doctors complaining of breathing problems and asthma-like symptoms.
If I have to spell it out here, which I probably don't, it coincides with the time
they started spraying us with barium and aluminum powder, concrete dust and who knows what else is in their chemshit cocktails.

Number of asthma cases inflated, study finds
MD says many taking unneeded medication
November 18, 2008

Joseph Hall

Some 30 per cent of adult Canadians diagnosed with asthma do not actually have the disease, research out of the University of Ottawa suggests.

That would mean as many as
half a million people across the country are inhaling potentially dangerous steroid medications – and unnecessarily spending hundreds to thousands of dollars a year on them – says Dr. Shawn Aaron, head of respiratory medicine at the school and the lead study author.

While the study, which appears today in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, did not look at children, there is good reason to believe their numbers are inflated too, Aaron says.

"The prevalence of asthma increased by 75 per cent in adults in Canada from the early 1990s ... and I think that part of the increase in prevalence may be due to overdiagnosis," Aaron said.

He says misdiagnosis likely results from a failure to order a breathing test that could differentiate asthma from the same common, but fleeting, viral conditions that mimic the ailment.

A simple "spirometry" test measures lung capacity and can weed out cases of pneumonia, respiratory syncytial virus or other viral conditions. "We know that only about 50 per cent of patients actually ever have spirometry who are diagnosed with asthma," Aaron said.

Besides the financial cost of misdiagnosis, there can also be physiological harm.

Inhaled asthma medications are generally safe, but they are not without potential side effects, Aaron says, such as oral thrush (a fungal infection), osteoporosis, glaucoma and cataracts.

The study looked at about 500 people who had been diagnosed with asthma in eight Canadian cities. Clinical testing showed 30 per cent did not have the disease.

It's estimated that 5 per cent of adult Canadians have asthma and if 30 per cent of these don't have the disease, then some 500,000 people are misdiagnosed, Aaron says.

Dr. Mark Greenwald said there is some suspicion the 30 per cent figure is not solid. The study's data sample had far more severe asthmatics than would be found in the normal patient population.

Greenwald says there is no perfect diagnosis for asthma, including spirometry, and doctors must rely on symptoms and family history.
Toronto Star

Friday, November 14, 2008

The Answer My Friend...

...Is Blowing In The Wind

If I Had A.......

Well today I am feeling very angry.
Our area was being sprayed on a regular basis for months, pretty much all summer. It's hard to tell now if they are still bombarding us with chemshit, since the skies have been gray and overcast for weeks now here north of Toronto. I have so much personal footage on our dvd cam, and I really have to get off my lazy ass and unload/edit the raw footage into something watchable.
What I am pissed about is the fact that Mr. Toxic and I have both been sick for weeks now, exibiting cold-like symptoms, without really feeling like we have a cold. No sneezing, no runny nose, no fever. What we do have, is a very nasty cough with a rattle, an on-and-off stuffy nose and a feeling of weakness, dizziness, and hey, you know what? I'm just gonna cut n paste the list of chemshit sickness symptoms from this blog, and delete the ones we don't have...
Neck pain/stiff neck
Stomach cramps
Headaches/Sinus problems, but not extreme
NauseaDizziness/light headed
Can't can't catch breath
feeling of sadness
No energy/ massive fatigue
Loose bowels
Feeling disconnected/ "spaced out"
Can't focus thoughts/speech/confusion
Deep coldness
Tight chest/gets worse when laying down
Congestion in chest
Body pain
Tightness in chest and/or stomach
Sore throat
Tightness in shoulders both or one side going in to neck, head, and sinuses
Soreness all over
Dry cough and congestion each at different times
Metallic taste in mouth
Stomach acid problems/frequent hiccups
Heat flushes
Unexplained rashes
Short term memory loss


There are so many people in the area right now with the same symptoms, but most do not know what they are experiencing is more than just "a bug".
Or maybe I'm just crazy.

Here are many shots from just two days in the sky above our house:

November 2, 2008

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These pics are not colourized, they were taken around 6:00 pm
I've also noticed our sunsets are much more colourful this past summer, probably due to the aluminum and barium in the chemshit they spray.

October 31, 2008

The other thing that makes me so angry is the pilots flying these planes.
How the hell do they sleep at night knowing what they are doing?

I want to know if their paycheques are really so good that they can just keep on doing what they are doing. It just boggles my god damned mind!!

What was that Bruce Cockburn tune from the 80's....?
Oh yeah

If I Had A Rocket Launcher...