Friday, June 1, 2012

Aw man! They're Back...!!!

Every time I mention no Chemtrails on this blog, they come back.  A real pitiful chemtrail was right over my house.

Also getting reports Denver was heavily hit with Chemtrails today.

Someday soon this nonsense will end....

22 comments:

  1. In Highlands Ranch south of Denver and we were sprayed all day long, still spraying right now... after what seemed like weeks of clear skies. How much longer must humanity endure this?

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  2. Actually, below Denver International Airport is the Cabal's H.Q. (underground bases) as stated by many conspiracy theorists... Perhaps Denver being targeted could mean Chemtrails are turning against the Cabal itself?

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  3. Yeah, we still have them here in Pa., too,but they can't blanket the sky like pea soup with them anymore since they've been reduced so much. In fact these past several months the cloudscapes have been sensational, with depth, corridors, rooms, a few cloudships no doubt, 6 or 7 different cloud types in the sky at once. In essence, stuff we haven't seen for years,or ever! My take on chemtrails is they're allowing a few of them up there so that they can show them to the masses after they wake the rest of the sleepers up.

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    1. totally agree d13....hanen't seen any chemtrails in northern arizona for 2-3 weeks and 2day is june 9th. only 1 day about a week ago i saw chemtrails, and at first made me upset.then i thought there must be somthing to this.all i know is things are really happening and dec 21st,2012 is going to be a great day for humanity brothers and sisters.

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  4. Yeah I am near Fort Collins and there were many, but they seem to disappear once they get over my neck of the woods...doubt I have anything to do with it...but I will take it!! I am trying to put energy over my great state to stop this. STAY STRONG HIGHLANDS RANCH!!

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  5. I live on Long Island N.Y. yesterday we had crystal clear blue skies.Around noon the spraying started up it has been pouring rain ever since.I work on a farm on eastern L.I. our meteoroligist who works for the farm predicted no rain or clouds.

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    1. SIERRA NEVADAS WEST SLOPE ALSO

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  6. yes...may be exactly what i thought regarding our collective focus and the gatekeepers testing our resolve at those focused thought events....wonder what the vortex regions are experiencing in the sky... we can DO it!
    See you in the Mirror! Namaste'!

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  7. Cedar City, Utah has been clean for over a month it seems. There was one heavy day a couple weeks ago, but it has been clear for awhile. Before this I noticed spraying at least once a week.

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  8. I'm north of Denver, and looking out my window to the south, there's FOUR huge fat trails. Too regular to be clouds. Are they spraying us, or is it meant to go east of us? Yesterday, I figured it went to Kansas, but today, I think we're getting it.

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  9. I can vouch for that, I am in Cherry Creek State Park, and it is just a pure checkerboard blanket this morning. I asked for assistance, and granted permission to our ED friends to clean up the trails...

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  10. I should have taken a picture of one of the trails over Denver last night. It was broken in 3 lines - like the sprayer was turned on/off/on/off. Really disturbing.

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    1. I've seen those intermittent sprayers as well. Over San Diego County they use a spiral sprayer that loops the contrail in a wide disbursement pattern that makes it harder to tell its a chemtrail, but when the light gives that eerie rainbow (and sometimes black) effect its clear what it is.

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  11. Same in Santa Fe, NM yesterday. Already the skies were dim from a wildfire and still we got some 10 planes passing in the 2-3 hours I was watching. Persistent and spreading, the trails just kept coming. Most seemed to drift North, perhaps adding to Denver's skies. Is it conclusively true that contrails do not persist in typical conditions?

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  12. It is amazing to me that more people don't see and recognize these. Simple rule... condensation evaporates... chemicals dissipate. Besides, if you accept that there are over 200 flights a day into Denver, would you not see these trails all the time? And, what are the odds that commercial traffic would fly in nice, consistent checkerboard patterns separated by 10 miles?

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    1. Bill,

      Thanks for the clarification! It has been just a little too much to be certain. I've been reshaping clouds since I was a kid, an ability that proved useful in keeping Santa Fe clear as best I can. I was splitting storms one summer so my band didn't get rained on back in Denver until the mates started to demand I clear the skies - then one more and a town got destroyed by a tornado down range.

      Gave that up, but glad I actualized the ability. Not me of course, anyone can do it - I just know I can.

      And people don't see them because they are in denial. No worries, it only takes 10% of us to change the world, maybe less. Thanks all and AK especially for this community!

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  13. Ironically, or perhaps by design... about 4 hours after the heavy spraying, we are getting hit with tornado speed winds and sideways rain....

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  14. Western New York State had clear skys only for a couple of weeks. Then the spraying began again at dusk, as if to hide the deed, and into the night. Now they are back during the day. We need them to stop for good.

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  15. Hey AK. I'm over here in Los Angeles county. My wife and I have been counting the days that we haven't seen a chemtrail and were amazed by their absence. Unfortunately, I saw a small one yesterday, but overall, the amount of chemtrails has been diminishing. I'll just have to meditate harder to make them all disappear! :) Hope all is well with you. I've replaced my morning paper by reading and checking your site every morning. Much Love and Light to You!

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  16. In North Dakota, the skies were blue for a great deal of the day--and then we were sprayed like bugs. It wasn't long after it rained, but there was no real storm. Usually on Sundays, there is little spraying done. But the rest of the week, it seems to be always going on. Really tired of those people wrecking our earth and blaming it on the greater population. The carbon tax should be added to the chemical sprayers, since they are the "master minds" behind the global warming.

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  17. Pray away the spray. LOL It is working. Them Chem people must hate us...

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