Uniform Row of ‘Jelly fish’ Clouds Over South Australia

  These photos were reported to have been taken fifteen minutes apart by Gael on the 15th of December, 2014 from near Mt Gambier, which is  the second most populous city in South Australia with a population of about 25,000.  They were posted by Paul Mac, a friend of Gael’s on the forum on Facebook.com:  Australia & New Zealand Against Chemtrails & Geoengineering. 
  Disinformation websites, such as Weather.com will try and tell you that this is a natural formation of ‘Jelly fish’ clouds, which have the technical name altocumulus castellanus.  Don’t be fooled.  While they are natural in the sense that they are being seen regularly – and they are being seen in New Zealand, it is highly likely that they would not exist in this form without the use of weather modification technologies being used.   Learn more at Weatherwars.info.
 
Mt Gambler
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3 Responses to Uniform Row of ‘Jelly fish’ Clouds Over South Australia

  1. Ian Mitchell says:

    I agree Clare,the clould formation are getting more unnatural by the day

  2. South Canterbury Sky Watch - djmskinart says:

    The ever increasing oddities in the sky. Good on Paul Mac, eyes to the sky brother.
    Just as i am viewing this particular story, in the background, on ONE NEWS, just heard the “Weather Reader” mention bout a halo which was seen… caused by ice crystals lol. I will have to capture the later viewing time to see it….🙂
    Im sure someone will capture, record that and show it on Clares site.

  3. epamaegina says:

    I suggest that Gael should contact her South Australian senator Nick Xenophon on this subject, showing him this text http://enouranois.eu/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/next_step_for_the_movement.pdf , which has already been submitted to his office.

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