Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Another Day of Trails II

Here are the shots from our drive late yesterday afternoon.
The first one with the red circle is a snap out the back window of the truck. I should have taken the shot outside the vehicle, the window is dirty.
The circle contains what people
on the internet are calling a "chembow". You can just barely see it here. It's kind of oval, and taller than it is wide.
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The explanation for this phenomenon is that the chemshit getting sprayed above us contains ethylene dibromide. EDB
was used in leaded gasoline until 1983 to remove lead from engines. This chemical is a heavy liquid with a chloroform-like odor. Even low grade exposure to EDB is considered dangerous. Ethylene Dibromide, one of the most toxic pesticides ever created, has been used as a component of jet fuel. The chemical was deemed to be too hazardous for any application that allowed it to come into contact with humans, so then it was banned from jet fuel. Now, once again it is back in the jet fuel. EDB is being sprayed into the skies above us in massive quantities on an ongoing basis. People under the chemtrail fallout have complained of being able to smell the dangerous toxin, taste it in their mouths and feel it on their skin. Continuing exposure to EDB, even at low levels results in immune supression, respiratory problems, weak muscles and lethargy. EDB is also a potent carcinogen.
There is no antidote for Ethylene Dibromide exposure.

This series of shots isn't too clear, taken from the inside of the truck windshield, but in the photo with the red arrows, you can just see the two parallel trails that both take a turn in the sky.

At 9:50 am, as I write this post and upload the pictures, the jets are in full swing here. The skies are deep blue, and the sun is blasting away nicely in the south east, but there are already some pretty impressive trails being formed.
More snaps to be taken today no doubt, after I get done what needs doing around here


  1. chemtrails programs are part of the aerospace defence program of U.S. army and N.A.T.O.
    the military aircraft that you see are spraying mostly barium and polimer. radar and satellite connections are used in combinations with military aerosols.the substances used are very toxic for the environment.
    this is very secret military stuff, and is not normal jet exaust or normal contrail.

    in others words, chemtrails are military RADAR and SATELLITES STUFF.
    in particular, the military destrupts clouds formations for better telecomunications of all type, for example, RADAR, satellites connection, wireless sensors....
    this is very bad for your and your family healths

    i'm not kidding guys, these are the facts

    normal condensation don't neutralize natural clouds. igroscopic chemtrails does

    there are ufficial military documents about this,i’m not kidding.
    things like stealth stuff applicated to nuclear weapons. the threat of a nuclear attack is is all related to aerial defence trough radar and satellites.

    look in the sky and you will notice something wrong, and is not normal vapor or normal aircraft condensation trails. we are talking about different things, we are talking about the aerial defence program of the united states army.
    i’m serious guys, i see with my own eyes military aircraft creates some sort of chemical clouds over the entire city.
    this is not normal guys.
    have you ever heard the word “chaff”?, well, chemtrails are some sort of countermeasure of this type of things.
    remember, china and russia have many nukes ready to be launched towards US and NATO countries.

    for example the situation in canada is very bad, because the russian nukes fly over canada

  2. Anonymous> Hey thanks for that bit of info, it certainly correlates with other things I have read about this.

    Carole Pellatt at
    has an extensive library of pdf's containing patent information for weather modification and military applications on her page.
    Check it out at
    Thanks for the comment, come back and check the page often. Glad to have you aboard!