Despite overwhelming scientific evidence, the mainstream media continue to treat weather manipulation, geoengineering and the active weather warfare we are seeing right here in America, as a "conspiracy" theory, but it is real, it is dangerous and it is deadly.
The questions now becomes these: What is taking place in the sky above us? Is there some type of aerial spraying taking place designed for a purpose that the average person is not being told?
The answers might surprise many, but will definitely upset the way that you look at those clear to muddied skies from this point forward. The ONLY requirement is your intellectual honesty that would allow you to objectively look at the evidence that will be presented tonight.
Governor Brown Has Repeatedly Received Scientific Evidence Indicating That The Drought Was Purposefully And Meticulously Geoengineered
And yet in spite of this indisputable evidence, he has never responded to those parties who have provided the volumes of scientific research showing how it was geoengineered. The soil samples alone have revealed shocking levels of aluminum, barium and strontium. Each of these chemical elements just happens to be the major components of the standard chemtrail mix which is sprayed daily across the skies of America.
Of course, the resulting chemclouds then rain these noxious chemical agents on the land and water below. Over years of chemtrailing these and other toxic chemical compounds begin to bioaccumulate in the vegetation and animals on land, as well as in the marine animals and plants in the water bodies. Whole forests in northern California are now rapidly disappearing as both heat stress and lack of water conspire with these chemical contaminations to systematically weaken the trees. Then various types of pestilence and other infestations eventually kill off square miles of once healthy trees.
Another recent bombshell in the news deals with the ramifications of the long drought in California, which is dangerous levels of arsenic in the groundwater:
Arsenic is a naturally occurring element that can be found in rock and sand across the United States. In low concentrations, the element is believed to be safe, and that tends to be the case in areas where water shortage is not a problem. However, for the groundwater in some of California’s rural valleys, where farmers and municipalities are desperately sucking water from deep underground, the levels are much significantly higher than considered safe.
In high doses, the toxic element has been linked to bladder, lung, and skin cancer. It has also been linked to respiratory infections in small children and is known to cause birth defects.
According to the Washington Post, the groundwater feeding the community well at St. Anthony Trailer Park, just 40 miles from Palm Springs, has such potent levels of arsenic. A recent test confirmed that the community well has twice as much arsenic as is considered safe.
On a hot Wednesday afternoon in early June, Rosales stepped out of her trailer to offer an opinion about the water that pours out of her faucet.
“It doesn’t smell too good,” she said, echoing the assessment of other residents.
Amalia Ceja, who lives nearby, will not drink the water, but she said she uses it to bathe herself and her 4-year-old son. He developed “bumps on his head,” Ceja said. “At first, we thought it was dandruff. After a doctor visit, they said it was arsenic.”
It is real, it is dangerous and it is deadly and if you want to live, you better start paying attention.