Jul 9, 2011

MedicalConspiracies- Chemtrails 202

This installment of the 'Chemtrails 101' series is comprised of
excerpts from the 2004 book 'Chemtrails Confirmed' by William Thomas
(Bridger House Publishers / ISBN 1-893157-10-5). William Thomas is an
award winning Canadian journalist. Thomas' writing and photography
have appeared in more than 50 publications in eight countries,
including translations into French, Dutch and Japanese. His editorial
commentaries have appeared in The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star,
The Vancouver Sun and Times-Colonist newspapers. A frequent radio
talk-show guest, William Thomas has also appeared on the CBC and New
Zealand's national television. He currently lives and works among the
Gulf Islands of British Columbia:

It was nearly noon when S.T. Brendt awoke and entered the kitchen
of her country home in Parsonfield, Maine. As she poured her first
cup of coffee, the late night reporter for WMWV radio could not guess
that her life was minutes away from drastic change.
Her partner Lou Aubuchont was already up, puzzling over what he
had seen in the sky a half hour before. The fat puffy plumes arching
up over the horizon were unlike any contrail he had ever seen, even
during his hitch in the Navy.
Lou got up and looked. What kind of clouds run exactly side-by-
side in a straight line? He wondered. It's just too perfect to
happen naturally. When he said he wasn't sure, S.T. stopped smiling
and went outside.
Looking up towards the southeast over West Pond, she spotted the
first jet. A second jet was laying billowing white banners to the
north. Both aircraft appeared to be over 30,000 ft. Turning her gaze
due west, Brendt saw two more lines extending over the horizon. She
called Lou. Within 45 minutes the couple counted 30 jets.
This isn't right, S.T. thought. We just don't have that kind of
air traffic here. While Lou kept counting, she went inside and
started calling airports. One official she reached was guarded but
friendly. He had relatives in West Pond.
The Air Traffic Control manager told Brendt her sighting was
"unusual". His radars showed nine commercial jets during the same 45-
minuite span. From her location, he said, she should have been able
to see one plane.
And the other 29? The FAA official confided off the record that
he had been ordered "by higher civil authority" to re-route inbound
European airliners away from a "military exercise" in the area. "Of
course they wouldn't give me any of the particulars and I don't ask,"
he explained. "I just do my job."
Excited and puzzled by this information, S.T. and Lou got into
their car and headed down Route 160. Looking in any direction they
could see 5 or 6 jets flying over 30,000 ft. Never in the dozen years
they'd lived in rural Maine, had they seen so much aerial activity.
As a former U.S. Navy intelligence courier, Aubuchont was used to
large-scale military exercises. But he told S.T. he had never seen
anything this big.
"It looked like an invasion," he later recounted. Another driver
almost went off the road as he leaned over his dashboard trying to
look up. As they passed, he acknowledged them with a nod.
As far as they could see stretched line after line. Two giant
grids were especially blatant. In stead of dissipating like normal
contrails, these sky trails grew wider and wider and began to merge.
Looking towards the sun, Aubuchont saw what looked like "an oil and
water mixture" reflecting a prismatic band of colors.
At approx. 3:55 they headed home to Parsonfield. They (the jets)
were still up there. What's worse is that these grids were now
merging to the point of greying their beautiful skies... By 5:30
their beautiful day had turned dingy and hazy like air pollution and
the sunset was dirty. Lou remembers seeing the last jets at about
5:15 pm leaving chemtrails. They were spaced further apart then the
earlier jets.
Richard Dean called back. After receiving S.T.'s message, the
assistant WMWV news director had gone outside with other news staff
and counted 370 lines in skies usually devoid of aerial activity. The
most jets they could see at any one time was 17.


There is plenty of pattern and precedent for unannounced
biowarfare experiments on the American public. Two congressional
investigations in 1977 and 1994, as well as recently declassified
British defense documents, detail five decades of "open air" testing
that spread biological warfare simulants from spray-equipped ships and
aircraft to hundreds of cities and millions of unsuspecting taxpayers
across the U.S., Canada and the U.K.
Even as aerial atomic detonations were being conducted upwind of
U.S. cities to test the effects of fallout on unsuspecting residents,
air-borne biowarfare tests began in earnest in I957 and 1958 when a
cargo plane criss-crossed the country, spraying highly toxic zinc
cadmium sulfide chemicals.
A U.S. Army report states, "Virtually, the whole country of the
United States was covered with this material."
Prof. Leonard Cole testified at the first congressional
investigation into large area biowarfare experiments. The author of
Clouds of Secrecy described how:
"The plane would take off from the Canadian border, and fly slowly
down to the Gulf of Mexico. These
materials would be spread, and were found to be landing as far away as
New York State. So you know that, as the air would push the zinc
cadmium particles around, most of the people who were residents of
the United States during that time were inhaling at least some of the
zinc cadmium sulfide. And the cadmium in that compound was clearly
known then to be toxic, even in small amounts."
Congress also learned that in 1953 the U.S. Army sprayed
fluorescent particles containing carcinogenic cadmium sulfide over 25-
square-block areas of downtown St. Louis, including what the army
called a "slum area". The U.S. Public Health Service's toxic chemical
registry warns that cadmium sulfide can lead to lung cancer, high
blood pressure and damage to the kidneys, lung, liver - as well as
damaging the nervous, reproductive and immune systems.


A story published by WorldNetDaily in 2001 - "Californians
Concerned Over Chemtrails" - was one of the first to take eyewitnesses
Reporter Lance Lindsay interviewed David Oglesby. Just after sun-
down two months previously, the World War II veteran spotted nearly a
dozen white trails, dissipating slowly over his home. "The trails
formed a grid pattern," Oglesby told Lindsay. "Some stretched from
horizon to horizon; some began abruptly and others ended abruptly.
They hung in the air for an extended period of time and gradually
widened into wispy clouds, resembling spider webs. I counted at least
II different trails."
Lindsay also examined dozens of photos taken over l2-months by
Paula Glick. Her father Gene Shimer served four years as a radar
technician during the Korean War. The retired U.S. Air Force sergeant
does not believe the patterns over his Coarsegold home are normal
"l was talking to my dad," Glick remembers, "and he said, 'They're
gridding us up here'. I thought, 'Yeah, right dad. Sure they are.'
I didn't believe him."
Four months after moving from Ventura to Coarsegold, Glick had to
reassess her father's assessment. "I had to watch them do it," Glick
told Lindsay. "And as I watched them everyday doing it, it became
apparent that we were being sprayed. And so I had to believe. I saw
what was normal and I saw what was abnormal."
Shimer contacted the Military Operation Control at Travis Air
Force Base, which controls all military operations in Central
California. Shimer asked the colonel to identify three planes flying
over his home at that very moment. "What would you say if I said
there are three aircraft up there right now?" Shimer asked. "Are
they there?"
The colonel replied, "No. They are not there."
Navy operations told Shimer there were no operations at all. The
flight-control office at Fresno Yosemite International Airport said no
flight plans had been filed.
But lra Plumber is a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air
Force who regularly watches the sky over his Coarsegold home. Several
times a week, he sees planes emitting significant sky trails that do
not appear to be normal contrails, Plumber says.
As Lindsay chronicles:
One morning, about two years ago, Shimer spotted a long, thin
string resembling a spider web floating in the sky, he said. It was
about 20 feet in length and could only be seen in the reflection of
the sun. He looked up, saw trails, and then saw something that
appeared to be a glob of foam falling from the sky. "It came floating
down, free-floating," Shimer says. "I caught it with a spatula,
scooped it off the ground, and I watched it as it shrank. It was
about the size of my fist when it first started. It looked like a
cross between soap bubbles and cotton candy." He placed the substance
in a plastic bag and kept it. It is now about the size of his
thumbnail, he says. It has hardened' now appearing to be made of
plastic. He did not have it lab tested. He doesn't have enough faith
in any lab to give them his only sample, he says. He believes it is
probably polymer.


Dave Dickie's World Landscapes company performs contract landscape
work for the City of Edmonton. "Some contracts require us to utilize
the services of environmental labs for soil tests," says Dickie.
"Recent soils analysis have come back with a high EC rating 4:l
(toxic) and we've had some soil sources rejected of course they did
not meet specifications."
In an interview with me on Nov. 23, 2002, Dickie explained that
city landscape crews were finding widespread nutrient deficiency soils
could cause severe problems for plant life - including trees.
"'Wait," I interrupted. "Aluminum sucks nutrients from the
"No question" answered this soil expert. Moreover, added Dickie
when measuring the electrical conductivity in Edmonton soil sample
"city specifications call for a reading no higher than 1."
Dickie's crews are now finding readings from 4.6 as high as 7.
The "chlorosis" condition resulting from this drastically high
electrical conductivity in soil was impacting their landscaping
business, Dickie explained. "We were not able to determine the cause
of the EC [electrical conductivity], and many reasons are possible."
Presuming that unusual metal content in the soil could be causing
the high readings, Dickie obtained samples of a fresh snowfall in
sterile containers and took them to NorWest Labs in Edmonton. As
explained, "Our most recent snowfall was tested for aluminum and
barium and we were not surprised with the results. You've said it all
and this just substantiates some of your claims."
In Nov. 2002, lab tests of snow samples collected by the city of
Edmonton, Alberta between Nov. 8 - 12, confirmed elevated levels of
aluminum and barium. NorWest Labs lab report #336566 dated Nov. 14,
2002 found: aluminum levels at 0.148F milligrams/litre and barium
levels of 0.006 milligrams/litre.
Because aluminum is ubiquitous in the environment, and its
chemistry depends on soil pH and mineralogical composition, it is
difficult to provide generalized estimates of natural background
But according to Dickie, the NorWest Lab techs told him, "That's
interesting. Elevated levels of aluminum and barium are not usually
found in Alberta precipitation."
"It may not prove that the aluminum came from atmospheric
programs," Dickie admits. "However
we are going to sample precipitation from various areas within a 40
mile radius of the City of Edmonton to determine aluminum/barium
within precipitation."
Dickie says it's simple to test for aluminum and barium in soil
samples. Labs typically charge about $15 for these tests. I
suggested he add quartz to the list of chemtrail fallout components to
check for. In Espanola, quartz predominated rainfall samples, which
also showed hazardous levels of
Though it must be emphasized that neither Dickie nor NorWest Labs
are making any claims regarding these early test results, the
correlation of known chemtrail chemistry with Edmonton's soil samples
is compelling.
This was hot. But imagine my shock when Dickie told me that he
regularly visits Air Traffic Control at the Edmonton municipal airport
and watches the chemplanes making repeated passes over the city!
"I've been a plane spotter all my life," Dickie explained.
Blessed with good friends at work in the tower, he has watched radar-
identified KC-135s "on many occasions."
Last Father's Day (2002), Dickie and an excited group of 12 year-
olds watched two sorties by two KC-135s. Petro 011 and Petro 012 were
tracked by radar as HA (High Altitude) targets flying at 34,000 and
36,000 feet - "one to the south, and one to the north of the city."
Both USAF tankers had flown south out of Alaska. As Dickie, the
kids and the controllers watched, the big jets began making patterns
over Edmonton - "circuits" the controllers called it. The
Stratotankers were working alone in "commanded airspace" from which
all other aircraft were excluded.
And they were leaving chemtrails.
"The signature is significant," commented one radar operator,
referring to a trail clearly visible on the scope extending for miles
behind the KC-135. In contrast, a JAL flight on the display left no
Going outside, Dickie and several controllers scanned clear blue
skies. They easily located the KC-135 leaving its characteristic
white-plume "signature". Visibility was outstanding. They also
clearly saw the JAL airliner at a similar flight level. It left no
contrail at all.
On other occasions, Dickie has watched KC-135s on Edmonton radar
leaving lingering trails as low as 18,000 feet.
"We see these guys up here a lot," Dickie says radar techs told
him. The tanker flights originate in Alaska, grid the Edmonton area,
and continue on into the States.


On Sunday Feb. 16, 2003, the mass circulation Greek newspaper
Ethnos headlined its lead story: "Scientists Uneasy: Dangerous
experiments in the Greek skies".
The story's subheading must have turned a few heads: "American
aircraft are spraying the atmosphere with chemicals with a view to
creating an artificial cloud as an 'antidote' to the Greenhouse
The story by Giannis Kritikos described a vote by the Aigina
Island town council to ask the Greek government to explain what is
happening in the skies over Greece.
A picture taken from Chemtrails Confirmed was used to illustrate
similar phenomenon observed over Aigina "without any warning" two
months previously.
The translated caption read: "The white trails left behind by this
tanker plane which is used normally for aerial refueling, is not smoke
but a cloud of chemicals which provide scientists with the ability to
control the climate in an entire geographic region."
A photograph of Leonidas Kardaras, an environmental chemist with a
master's degree in environmental technology was paired with a shot of
Katsaros from the Democritus research centre in Athens, with the
inscription: "The two scientists point out to our correspondent the
dangers to public health entailed in the specific experiments."
A third photo showed former parliamentarian Tasia Andreadaki
asking, "Who gave permission for this spraying?" The story noted that
Katsaros had been invited to speak about chemtrails on Greek national
television a few mornings later.


The following unedited transcript is a recorded message from a
Dec. 8, 2000 call by a Canadian aviation authority from the Victoria
International Airport to a local resident.
Stewart was responding to a call the previous day demanding to
know why intense aerial activity had left lingering X's, circles and
grid-like plumes over the British Columbia capitol on Dec. 6 and 7.
"Mark, it's Terry Stewart, Victoria Airport Authority. Just
calling you back from your comment. From what I gather, it's a
military exercise; U.S. and Canadian air force exercise that's goin'
on. They wouldn't give me any specifics on it. Hope that helps your
interest. Very odd. Thanks a lot. Bye bye now."


Clifford Carnicom has been reporting spectrograph readings of
sharply increased levels of barium over New Mexico for several years.
Then the Chemtrails Central website republished a 2002 official state
graph showing a sharp rise in barium in Califomia's atmosphere over
the past decade. In l99l, the average California barium concentration
was 26.7 nanograms/cubic meter. In 1999, barium concentrations in the
air breathed by Californians suddenly jumped above the two previous
"highs". By 2002 it had nearly doubled, to 50.8 nanograms/cubic
meter. There was no explanation for the sharp rise.

All this and much, much more can be found in William Thomas'
groundbreaking book 'Chemtrails Confirmed' available at his website
willthomasonline.net Click on the 'bookstore' tab and you will be
taken to a page where you can order a copy of 'Chemtrails Confirmed,'
download an electronic copy of 'Chemtrails Confirmed' or order the
'Chemtrails Confirmed' companion DVD which contains a copy of
William's documentary video 'Mystery Lines in the Sky.' You can find
all this and more at willthomasonline.net

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