After watching this video, the topic of chemtrails can no longer be relegated to the land of tinfoil hat “conspiracy theory”.
This is an extremely thorough, detailed and documented explanation of how chemtrailing is being conducted, who is responsible for it, who benefits and what the consequences are for our health and the environment, featuring Rosalind Peterson.
It was recorded in 2010 but the information will be fresh to most people, mostly due to her very clear presentation and complete guilelessness. Petersen is featured in the Independent Film, ‘Overcast’, which was released in 2014 and whose producers are still trying to garner the attention for it that it deserves. I only heard of the film last week.
Peterson grew up on a working farm and is a lifelong resident of Mendocino County in Northern California. She inadvertently stumbled across the high aerosol spraying phenomenon while working as a Certified US Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency Crop Loss Adjuster in the early 1990s. Her job was to determine the cause of crop failures.
Peterson determined that the source of chemtrails was from so-called “intra-flights” – mainly of military origin, from a map she obtained from the FAA. These planes are flying in loops around counties in patterns that differ substantially from normal airline routes. There is no other obvious purpose to these flights than to disperse chemtrails, as they have no destination, flying around and around in circles.
After studying water quality samples from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in California over 30 years, Peterson found that beginning around 1990, water sources were universally registering spikes of strange compounds and elements at precisely the same time: arsenic, barium, aluminum, calcium, manganese, magnesium, lead and iron. She was able to conclude that the cause was airborne and that it had to be coming from the atmosphere.
Peterson has choice words for the carbon-trading gangsters who she believes to be behind at least some of these high aerosol spraying programs.