This beautiful photograph was taken from a drone hovering above the heritage site. When I shared it on the Fountain International Facebook page, one person commented, writing “shame about the chemtrailed sky.” I hadn’t even noticed.
As that wasn’t the first time I’d seen a similar sentiment about a beautiful picture (the other one was by Julian Lennon, see below), it got me to thinking that perhaps some people have an issue with these trails left by airplanes.
According to David Icke…
Another constant form of mass poisoning is the chemical trails sprayed from aircraft into the sky all over the world. People in North America began to notice in the late 1990s how the sky was being crisscrossed by white streaks that appeared at first to be the contrails or condensation trails pouring from the back of aircraft; but it soon became clear that these were not contrails. Instead of dispersing very quickly as contrails do they remained for hours expanding and filling the sky and they became known as chemtrails. I have often watched aircraft systematically flying to and fro across the same area until a once clear blue sky was like a patchwork of white lines which expanded until the whole sky became like a cloudy day.
(Icke, David. The Perception Deception – Part Two (Kindle Locations 7664-7669). David Icke Books Limited. Kindle Edition.)
We keep wondering why ‘they’ are doing this to us, but it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work out two different but connected scenarios:
- To eliminate those of us that are excess to requirements – the world is overpopulated and there doesn’t appear to be enough resources to sustain these numbers on Earth;
- To change the weather patterns – make hot areas colder, cold areas hotter and alter nature’s delicate balance. Snow in the Southern states? Sure, why not?
Ultimately, ‘they’ want to control the world, literally. The chemtrails are their weapon.
We are now so used to seeing these chemtrails in the sky, we don’t even think about them anymore. There seems to be no way to protect ourselves from them, either, so we’ve stopped fighting the ‘powers-that-be’ about them.
Maybe we ought to start fighting ‘them’ again.