Websites reveal shocking truth about chemtrails

Readers points out resources that aren't mainstream media

Recently,  official-appearing notices were circulated in the City of Kelowna and City of Penticton alerting the population that jets are spraying chemicals which have been tested to be toxic to soil, water and humans.

Sadly the use of city logos were forged but the information on these notices is true and well documented. Whoever circulated these notices was well informed.

There is a tremendous amount of  scientific data accessible via the internet at, agriculture, thrive and

All are excellent sources of unfiltered information. Unfortunately there is a media blackout firmly in place and the scientists who are proponents of aerosol geoengineering are compartmentalized and do not appear to be overseen by anyone.

Throughout my life I’ve been aware, observant and appreciative of the environment near and far.

When I first heard about chemtrails (aerosol geoengineering) I was in denial, which is a normal human response to information that one doesn’t want to hear or believe.

When I saw these trails daily over my valley and observed beautiful clear blue mornings becoming murky, hazy, low overcast skies by mid day I began to search for information.

I learned that these persistent contrails, which is another name for aerosol geoengineering have been seen all over the world since the late 1990s.

In educating  myself I’ve learned some most alarming facts. California and  scientists report that the snow of Mount Shasta is 60,000 parts per million of aluminum oxide. Indigenous trees and plants are dying, growing food is becoming difficult.

Soil samples have revealed high levels of aluminum, barium salts, strontium and soil pH is rapidly becoming alkaline.

Alzheimers has risen 260 per cent in Riverside, CA, over 10 years and respiratory mortality has moved from No. 8 to No. 3 in a period of six years.  Aerosol geoengineering of chemical particulates has been heavy over California for years.

The website reports that the sun’s rays have decreased 22 per cent in 10 years.  Weather modification seems to be the motive by the compartmentalized aerosol geoengineers.  In an attempt to reflect the sun’s rays away from Earth by spraying tons of particulates the opposite effect is happening.

Published NASA studies show the reflective cocoon is holding the heat at night, not allowing Earth’s natural cooling and exacerbating  global warming.  Weather can and is being programed and modified with devastating results.

The  documentaries: What In the World Are They Spraying? and Why in the World Are They Spraying? by are essential to learning the big picture.  Both are available online.

I urge everyone to inform themselves and ask who is responsible?

Who is profiting from the sales of chemicals?  Who is paying for this assault on our environment, our health and wellbeing of  generations to come?  Who is controlling the media blackout?  When one knows the answers, the whys become apparent.

The truth is unpleasant but only an informed population can act effectively.  A good place to start is by looking up at our sky and being curious about what you see.

Suzie Anderson






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