What in the World Are They Spraying?
Produced by G. Edward Griffin, Michael J. Murphy, Paul Wittenberger
Truth Media Productions
Geoengineering involves modifying the environment on a large scale. If you didn’t know that, don’t feel bad. All but a handful of congressmen don’t know either, or claim they don’t. Dr. John Holdren, director of White House Office of Science and Technology Policy does know. Early in the film he is shown declaring we “have to keep geoengineering on the table because we might get desperate enough to want to use it.” Not only does he know about the practice, he knows it is extremely dangerous.
One geoengineering scheme involves spraying particulate matter in the stratosphere to modify the weather. As the title suggests, that is the focus of this movie. What are they spraying? According to numerous patents related to the subject, the possibilities include aluminum oxide (or alumina), barium and strontium. Is anyone actually doing this? The producers of this movie present compelling evidence that they are.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) held a seminar on the subject of artificial manipulation of the climate in February 2010 in San Diego. David Keith, one of the leaders in the field, was asked about the danger of filling the atmosphere with these particles. He replied that their studies have shown no danger. The questioner then repeated his question, to be sure he understood correctly— Keith reiterated his belief that large amounts of alumina particles in the atmosphere posed no threat to human health. Mr. Keith, looking like a deer caught in headlights, then altered his answer and responded that they were only just beginning to study that and didn’t know. As he spoke those words, the scene cut to a close-up of the title page of a study by the Air Force Research Lab in Dayton, Ohio investigating that very topic.
Visual evidence in the sky has become known as chemtrails, which are highly controversial and by themselves prove nothing.
There is, however, much more evidence than just suspicious air trails. Mt. Shasta, California, is far from any industrial area and is generally considered a pristine source of fresh water ice. Tourists routinely drink it. If it turned out that it had over one thousand parts per million (ppm) of aluminum, that would require government action according to regulations. Recent tests show ice and water on Mt. Shasta to contain sixty-four thousand ppm of aluminum. So far the government isn’t doing anything about it. Farm soils near Mt. Shasta show up to almost four hundred thousand ppm. Michael Murphy and company also visited Hawaii and found a little girl who was born and raised on an organic farm on the islands. One would think she should be clean of any toxic chemicals or minerals. Hair analysis showed she is very high in aluminum.
One indicator of possible aluminum contamination is a simple soil pH test. Chemtrail chemicals tend to raise significantly the pH of soil, which does bad things to the life in the soil, the plants, and people. Many farms and areas are seeing exactly those things. Some speculate that increases in Alzheimer’s disease could be attributable to that increased aluminum exposure. In the American West, wildfires are taking wild to a whole new level in recent years. Some are wondering whether there is a connection. And Monsanto is engineering seeds to grow in more alkaline (higher pH) soil. In theory, chemtrails could make organic farming impossible and force us to use Frankenseeds.
Murphy and crew end up in Washington, D.C., where they try to find out what members of Congress think about geoengineering. The main thing he learns is that nothing makes a congressman look more annoyed, nothing makes him walk faster, than a constituent trying to communicate with him. I often view government as being like a dinosaur with two brains, one for the front and one for the hindquarters. The two brains don’t communicate very well.
If there is some natural phenomenon behind all this, it has a strange affinity for NATO countries. If your crops or garden are in a NATO country and aren’t doing very well, a simple soil pH test may give you a clue. If the pH is too high you might want to test for aluminum. If your soil is high in aluminum, look up in the sky. One of those clouds might look like my thumb, pointing UP for this DVD.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly magazine of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Summer 2011.🖨️ Print post