Sunday, December 12, 2010


"Look, Mummy, there's an aeroplane up in the sky..."

Did you see the frightened ones?
Did you hear the falling bombs?
Did you ever wonder why we had to run for shelter
When the promise of a Brave New World unfurled
Beneath a clear blue sky?
~ 'Goodbye Blue Sky' by Pink Floyd

Your dog is breathing it. Your cat is breathing it. Your kids are breathing it. YOU are breathing it.

What is it? Did you give anyone permission to spray you or your kids or your pets with it?

Of course, by now, every American who doesn't waste every second of their free time staring at the boob tube has noticed it. (Which means, unfortunately, that many Americans will have no idea what I'm yakking about here.)

My Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary definition of a "contrail" is as follows:

A visible condensation of water droplets or ice crystals from the atmosphere, occurring in the wake of an aircraft, rocket, or missile under certain conditions.

But what I'm referring to is NOT a contrail. The contrail of an aircraft usually has a very limited length and always dissipates into the atmosphere and disappears in two to five minutes.

No, what I am talking about - and what I have seen in the skies above Phoenix countless times over the last seven years or so - are long white lines that appear in the wake of aircraft, but which extend for as long as one is able to view the aircraft, and which does NOT dissipate and disappear over time.

In fact, the opposite is true. These white bands high in the sky, which at first glance look like ordinary contrails, actually remain in the sky, and if one watches them for 30 minutes to an hour, the viewer will notice that these compact white bands begin to spread out, remaining in the sky and forming a kind of thin white haze.

Often, more airplanes will appear, crisscrossing the sky until nearly all of the blue has been covered and the sky takes on a kind of milky-water appearance.

I have witnessed this time and time and time again over the last decade.

It's been speculated that we are being sprayed with chemicals, and thus some folks have nicknamed these contrail imposters "chemtrails".

Well, writer and filmmaker G. Edward Griffin of the Reality Zone website has now produced a new documentary exploring the disturbing questions about Chemtrails.

"We've got people that are doing terrible things to us, and we had better wake up and fight back . . . now!"
~ Former Arizona State Senator, Karen Johnson

Pay special attention to what Dr. Lenny Thyme Ph.D. says between the two minute and two and a half minute mark of Part 3 of 7. He mentions the tendency of aluminum to create plaque in your arteries. [People, y’all better start doubling up on your soy lecithin intake. Seriously!]

And, of course, most of us have heard, at least in passing, the connections that have been alluded to between excessive aluminum in the human system and the contracting of Alzheimer's Disease. So, it seems that in addition to discarding all of our old aluminum cooking pots, we had all better stop breathing if we expect to go on living free of Alzheimer's Disease.

Here's a link to G. Edward Griffin's 'WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE THEY SPRAYING?' movie trailer.

The movie is available for viewing in 7 parts and free of charge at YouTube. Here's a link to Part 1 Of 7.

Listen to Dr. Lenny Thyme early in Part 3 Of 7.

The filmmakers go to Hawaii in Part 4 Of 7.
Wow! I have always desired not to go to Hawaii and now I have!

~ Stephen T. McCarthy

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  1. Stephen,
    I have researched this very subject at a minimum but enough to go "what?" The fact that they found snow in desolate mountains (aka uninhabited by man, no cars exc) to have aluminum levels far above what is considered safe leaves one to pause. But what are in these mountains? Chem trails from these planes. From what I've gathered this is supposed to be to prevent global warming. BS!!!! But hey, to be honest you don't have to look toward the planes for your aluminum intake. Look no further than your deoderant. That's right about 99.9% of the deoderants on the market have aluminum in them. And where do you put it? Under your arm pits which by the way is probably the worst spot you could put it health wise. My nutrition teacher (bless her soul she was a rebel and taught many of her students to see the BS for what it is) taught me that one in nursing school. I don't remember all of it but the arm pits allow more absorbtion than any other part of your skin (which is an organ like all the others, the largest organ your body has). Now consider that many people control pain by using fentanyl patches usually applied to their chest (this is called transdermal medication). So you have aluminum in the deoderant being applied to your skin in the most sensitive and most easily absorbed area. Is this by accident? I'll let each individual make that distinction for themselves.

    Br'er M

  2. BR'ER MARC ~
    Yeah, believe it or not, I knew about the aluminum in antiperspirants, but I didn't know it was an ingredient in deoderants, too.

    This is one of the reasons I have usually purchasesd deoderants rather than antiperspirants.

    I guess now I'm going to have to purchase neither, and just stink.

    Well, I do know of some all-natural deoderant I could switch to, but it's kind of a hassle, and I think maybe I'd just rather offend my fellow Americans. Ya know? - F 'em. :o)

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

  3. I've come back to comment on this just to let you know I've read it. This is something I've heard about for several years and I have some doubts. Maybe after I come back from vacation I can look at the links-- is it a doc that's available on Netflix? I didn't see it. I'm not thrilled about watching stuff that long on my computer.

    I any case I'll try.

    Have a great Christmas season.
    I'll try to remember to make a wish for Tiny Tim on Christmas morning.

    Tossing It Out

  4. R-LEE-BOID ~
    Nah, evidently not available from NetFlix. But it's DEFINITELY occurring, as I have seen it countless times over the years.

    Don't forget "THE TRUTH ABOUT TRUTH".

    Hey, Merry Christmas, Brother! Have a safe and enjoyable trip and we'll yak when yer back!

    And, yes, please don't forget to drop a coin in a body of water and make a wish for a second Tiny Tim hit song! It's the least we can do on behalf of the person who tip-toed through the tulips for us.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'


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