By a resident of Stratford, Taranaki, New Zealand.
I have been photographing and observing the aerosol operations in my region for approximately five years and one of the more disturbing aspects of this phenomenon was seeing polymer fibers or ‘Angel Hair.’
Numerous witnesses over the last decade or so, have reported seeing these strange fibers raining from the sky in heavily chemtrailed areas all over the world. I would like to describe my own and my partner, Rachel Brownlee’s experience with them, right here in New Zealand.
We both worked for the country’s top radio stations in Auckland and had been hearing reports about chemtrails overseas for a number of years, but had never seen one ourselves until we moved to Stratford in Taranaki.
Suddenly, everything we had read about was happening right in front of our eyes – and yet the general public at large seemed to be completely oblivious to it.
It was 2005 and the skies above Central Taranaki were alive with aircraft spewing long white trails with strange characteristics. Asymmetrical sides that were straight on one side with tufts or knobs on the other, prominent breaks in the continuity of the trail, hard starts and stops to the trails, as if the plane had just fallen out of the air, staying in the air for hours at a time, spreading and merging together to form a haze across the whole sky, the unusual number.
My partner counted 46 in under two hours one day, curves in the trails, ‘rainbow’ trails and a lot more including the infamous ‘X’ which seemed to signify the end of each days activity.
They also seem to be confined to our town limits, many starting and stopping at the outskirts of Stratford instead of flowing contiguously out to the horizon. I’ve also noticed this in our closest city New Plymouth, and in the United States where I have spent a lot of time over the last 5 years.
Whether they are deliberately targeting populated areas I don’t know, but it sure as hell looks like it.
Anyone who has watched the chemtrail phenomenon will recognise many of the characteristics I’ve just mentioned, but very few will have experienced the bizarre event I’m about to detail.
IT’S RAINING COBWEBS
One morning in August 2007 we noticed two planes circling our town. We thought it was slightly odd, but as we had been watching heavy spraying for over two years, we didn’t think too much about it. This went on for about an hour when my partner suddenly noticed something wafting past our window. It looked like a very long cobweb. Then she saw another and another. Upon going outside to investigate we found our whole garden, and street, covered in these very fine, very sticky cobweb like fibers that were falling from the sky. They were everywhere, and I can only presume that they covered the whole town.
They looked like the ones shown in this picture on a stick, from http://www.samliquidation.com/images/GroundWebs.jpg, although they appeared to be far longer. They weren’t sticky in the traditional sense – they were more like Velcro, as they appeared to hook onto other textures.
Here – there are some good photos of what they looked like at Rense.com, at the link here.
This short video below also shows what the fibers looked like, although what this depicts is much heavier than what we saw in Stratford. Also, what we saw was more spread out and the fibers were very much longer, which is one of the reasons we knew they could not be cobwebs. In addition, they appeared to come out of nowhere, we saw them falling from the sky and there was no shape to them like a spider’s web. The single strands just attached to anything and everything they touched.
This video shows what we saw, except they were more spread out like the first ones shown on the video, not clumped like the ones at the end.
Because we had a serious interest in chemtrails, we had prior knowledge of the reports of polymer fibers being found in association with the spraying, thus, because of the strange aircraft activity that had taken place that morning, we suspected that the fibers and the plane activity may well be connected.
We immediately began to collect these fibers for further examination, but as soon as I touched one it dissolved into my skin. This was disconcerting to say the least, as we knew that real cobwebs would not melt into open skin like this and couldn’t imagine what would. From then on we used twigs and sticks to collect them, which was tricky, as they would hook onto anything nearby and they were very long. One went from our clothesline to the roof of our house, a distance of 10 feet or more. They also ‘floated’ upwards, attaching to an object and then, instead of hanging downwards, the remainder of the fiber would stand straight up while blowing in the breeze – as if they were so light they defied gravity. I must say that this only occurred in the smaller ones, as the longer ones were attached or tangled at too many different points around the section to be able to float up.
When we collected one, we would tape it at each end to a piece of black cardboard. We collected about a dozen like this – and there were thousands. We also found a genuine cobweb and taped that to the card to use as a comparison, and the difference between the two substances became apparent immediately!
While the cobweb would glisten in the sun at certain angles, the fibers did not. They were white, like plastic and while they were thin, they were not as fine as the web. Also, as mentioned, they dissolved at the touch, while the spider web did not.
We applied a flame to the centre, and while the spider’s web broke, the fibers blackened and curled back from the flame, as if they were melting.
I can tell you now, they were NOT cobwebs.
Over the previous years I had managed to convince some of my friends and family of the reality of the aerosols, which are also known as chemtrails. One way I did this was by making them view Alex Jones’ documentary, Dark Secrets Inside Bohemian Grove. Once they realised that there are evidently sinister-minded people in power who appear to be conspiring, their minds opened, they took their blinkers off and then they began to examine what is really going on in our skies.
So we packed our evidence into a box to protect it and showed it to around half-a-dozen other people who will now be happy to verify my claims. They didn’t know what it was, but they could see it wasn’t cobwebs and that it was covering all our respective sections.
I now wish I had taken photos, but because we had the physical evidence, we didn’t see the need. In the end, we couriered it to Jonathan Eisen of Uncensored magazine to have it analysed and he can confirm my story. Unfortunately, the costs were prohibitive, so tests were never done. I don’t know where it is now. Jonathan Eisen may still have it.
To my knowledge, the dissemination of these fibers has never happened in Stratford again.
Uncensored did publish the letter we sent to accompany the fibers in their Sept. – Dec. 2007 issue.
I still, to this day, wonder what the strange fibers were that ‘melted’ into my skin, and how many other residents came in contact with them without even realising it.
I pray to God that they have no connection to Morgellons disease.