Under a Blood Red Sky:  The Partial Truth About Chem Trails

Chem trails in Switzerland

Today, our skies are blue with white stripes, but all we see is red.

That’s because despite attempts on behalf of our state and federal governments and our media to hide the fact that chemicals are being sprayed into our blue skies, the truth is finally emerging.

Even The L.A. Times this week had to admit the truth.  Unfortunately, however, they barely scratched the surface.  Because what they omitted raises far more questions than what they answered.

Likewise, the headline from local SoCal paper the Patch, would have us believe this is the ‘first time in 14 years’ cloud seeding has yielded rain, even though we’ve all seen the stripes in the sky for awhile now. This newspaper is also failing to tell us is the whole story.

What we do know, according to The L.A. Times, is that the State of California has contracted North American Weather Consultants, Inc. out of Sandy, Utah, to spray our skies with something called silver iodide.  

Unfortunately, that’s where The L.A. Times story stops. So we decided to finish it for them. (You’re welcome, Davan Maharaj.)

After doing some investigative digging which took about ten minutes, it turns out silver iodide is a chemical that is made by Deepwater Chemicals in Oklahoma.  According to Deepwater Chemicals’ product information sheet, silver iodide can cause some serious health problems, including eye irritation, damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure, skin irritation, burning on lesions or cuts if present on skin, and gastrointestinal tract irritation, just to name a few side effects.

The product sheet goes on to warn that chronic exposure of iodides may produce “iodism,” which may be manifested by skin rash, running nose, headache and irritation of the mucous membranes.  Chronic inhalation or ingestion may cause argyria characterized by blue-gray discoloration of the eyes, skin and mucous membranes. Chronic skin contact may cause permanent discoloration of the skin. 

As an added insult to injury, literally, the product sheet for silver iodide goes on to suggest that if inhaled, or if breathing is difficult, you are to remove the victim to fresh air.

… (this is where the words would go, if we had them, to describe our reaction to the insanity) …

There is further indication that aluminum, barium strontium and other heavy metals are also contained in the spray — which is why scientists, physicians and other concerned citizens in NorCal’s Shasta County put a stop to this barbaric assault earlier this year by informing their local politicians who outlawed aerial spraying in their county.  (Watch a video of their testimony here.)

{Of course Gov. Goofball and his band of thieves notified the citizens of the great state of California spraying would be occurring via a classified ad in (wait for it…) The L.A. Times.  We all know everybody reads classified ads never, so way to go on really alerting the public, Gov. Goofball.}

Aluminum comes in many forms and, as a heavy metal no matter what form it takes, it is a neurotoxin. It and its sister heavy metals are believed to be in weather modification spray, and is similar to the kind of cocktail government agencies are injecting into our children.

If you are in California and want to help put a stop to this assault, you can contact Stop Spraying California here.  If you’re still not sure chem trails are raining down on us in droves, you might want to explore this list of companies that make a living doing exactly that, which comes from the Weather Modification Association.

If you want to go back to sleep, keep your eyes on the ground and just dismiss us as crazy.

And by the way, if all this spraying is being conducted in the name of a drought, why in the photo above is Switzerland getting hammered? Makes you wonder what they are really spraying, doesn’t it?

Eh, what do we know.  After all, we’re just moms.

P.S. We contacted the L.A. County Department of Public works on Thursday to ask them to disclose what is in the spray as well as to ask them to post spraying times.  They said they did not know what was in the chemical spray, they would try to get back to us.

We’re still waiting.

The L.A. Times is welcome to send us a paycheck via paypal, for doing their job for them. (Drops microphone.)



    • I appreciate your comment very much, however that is not the issue. The issue is they are spraying all sorts of chemicals in our air — the only thing they are copping to is silver iodide. If you click on the link in the article for silver iodide, it will take you to the page for Deepwater Chemicals, the company that makes silver iodide. The side effects are horrible and they are what many of us have been experiencing here in Southern California for weeks with no explanation of why. So whether it is SRM, cloud seeding or something more sinister, the bottom line is they are not fully informing the public of what is going on, when or the risks. Thanks so much for replying.

  1. Please stay with this subject and tell us where to continue getting info and how to stop this. I saw the ad in the Pasadena Star News, on a FB link, about a hearing scheduled in Feb 2016. The small ad was on the 11th page of the classified section,and surely not seen by more than a few. That’s how they notify us, this huge city of world people..buried in a news paper next to public auction notices and new business names. I also saw the ad for “technicians wanted “( 11/15) to monitor the ground based seeding towers in the San Gabriel Mountains, by this very same N.A. Weather Consultants ,again buried in the classified ads for help wanted in my local town paper here in the foothills. I was shocked and went all through their website..and sure enough they have been doing this for decades all over the world.
    They show photos of their planes, and yes, it’s a legit business that we never knew existed. Astounding that our air quality is not protected and that we the people are the last to become aware of why we all feel oddly sick and out of it these last months, why our children are coughing and have dry sore throats, sinus headaches, stomach distress and skin irritations. What the hell is going on?

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