Unnatural Cloud Formations In Nelson’s Sky

From Ngaire Small of Nelson, 25th December, 2013.

As with almost every day in Nelson nowadays, these unnatural cloud formations were evident throughout the 24th and 25th of December, 2013.  Unfortunately, our sky is now very rarely without “chemcloud” poisoning the atmosphere and environment.24 25 Dec 13 002 24 25 Dec 13 004 24 25 Dec 13 008Related:

Geoengineering: Our Environment Under Attack

Geoengineering & Chemtrails, and a presentation by David Lim, UK March 2013 -video

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One Response to Unnatural Cloud Formations In Nelson’s Sky

  1. Sarah says:

    Very odd and desturbing to read that ‘CFR On Planetary Geoengineering’ No.4 is advising that dark trees are non reflective and by that are warming our planet. Everyone knows that the trees are the lungs of our world! In hot sunny weather it can be up to ten degrees cooler in the shade here. Trees absorb CO2, produce oxygen and moisture, they are also the lands sponge, Alongside the symbiotic fungi that grow with each variety they create a ‘chux cloth’ effect that holds the moisture and soil on the land, they keep the water table high and the streams and rivers flowing.
    I heard recently that the USA has as much land in lawns as they have in agriculture. This must be similar in many countries, giving enormous possibilities for reforestation on a personal scale. Even if it was only shrubs and small trees over half of this land my logic is that this sort of ‘home’ reforestation can be proven mathematically to be of huge benefit.

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