Long before chem-trails, our planet was quite a sight from outer space. However, decades later, the view is not so pretty anymore, and it is no wonder as to why, due to the various chemicals being sprayed into our ionosphere.

After having their blood tested, citizens living in Mohave County, Arizona found that their levels of barium and aluminum were 1,000% over the normal level.

Unfortunately, many people have taken the official story of government officials as truth and continue to deny the existence of chemtrails.

Just three months after Golden Valley resident Gianluca Zanna encouraged others to get blood tests, more than a dozen people have tested positive for toxic levels of barium and aluminum.

What’s concerning about this is the damage that barium and aluminum can do in the human body. Not only does it damage the immune system, but it also can cause paralysis in the heart and lung muscles.

Arizona, along with other states has experienced heavy chemtrails since 1997. Due to this, there are a number of experts that believe the rise in barium and aluminum has been caused by toxic chemical airborne trails.

As a result, sadly as chemtrailing has risen exponentially, the life expectancy of Americans has decreased.

Less than 15 years ago, the typical life expectancy was around 77.6 years. However, since 2003, the age expectancy has dropped to 69.3 years, which is a change that is higher than 8 years.

And while American officials continue to brush chemical spray trails off as a conspiracy theory, a number of scientists, doctors and the like say otherwise.

The covert global operation of chemical spraying technology was designed to deliver sulfide gases to the Earth’s atmosphere.

Polymer expert chemist Dr. R. Michael Castle has discovered that atmospheric polymers now contain biological-active materials which could cause, “serious skin lesions and diseases when absorbed into the skin.”

Crickey Conservation Society 2018.  

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Bolshevik Jew
Bolshevik Jew
01-07-20 09:22

Good news for the retirement funds that collected money from the working class for 50 years, leaving them with only a 4-year retirement payout?