THE MULTIPLE AGENDAS OF THE GEO-ENGINEERING PROGRAMME
When faced with challenging information, the undisciplined mind – or the clever disinformation agent – goes straight to questions of How? and Why? and uses the difficulty of these questions to negate the reality.
The first order question must be the straightforward What? So in the question of geo-engineering, or ‘chemtrails’, the question must be: What is happening? Is our atmosphere being injected with aerosols, or not? Only once this question has been answered can we proceed to second order questions.
Reversing this logical order is the essence of the Appeal to Ignorance. For example:
“How would such a big operation be funded?
I don’t know.
Therefore the operation is not funded.
Therefore it does not exist.”
“How are all the people involved in such a huge operation kept from speaking out?
We don’t know.
Therefore they are not kept from speaking out.
Therefore the operation does not exist.”
This is the kind of reverse logic which blinds people to the evidence of their own eyes.
A newcomer to the subject of geo-engineering may balk at accepting that an infrastructure extensive enough to deliver the programme could possibly exist. Gatekeepers will emphasise, as they always do, the necessary vastness of the conspiracy and the impossibility of keeping it hidden. However, it is important to understand, when discussing issues usually dismissed as impractical ‘conspiracy theories’ — more objectively defined as SCADs (State Crimes Against Democracy) — that the platforms and capabilities which suddenly manifest themselves do not appear out of nowhere.
In the case of Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering (SPICE), it helps to understand how the operation has evolved. Weather modification using chemicals dispersed from aeroplanes is a fact, and its employment a matter of historical record from the 1940s onward. It is well known that during the Vietnam war cloud-seeding was used to inundate enemy supply routes with heavy rain in an operation code-named POPEYE. Most people know that weather modification was used by the Chinese to keep the skies clear during their Olympic games in 2008. It should not be too difficult for people to imagine the covert use of this technology, for example, to create drought across North Africa and the Middle East in countries slated for destabilisation. Indeed all three major powers have used weather warfare extensively, leading to an international treaty signed in 1978 renouncing the practice. The treaty appears to have had little restraining effect, given the deniability of this covert form of warfare. We know that from the end of the second world war the US started investing heavily in weather modification research and systems, having suffered extensive Japanese firebombing by balloon and a serious threat of devastating biological warfare enabled by the jet stream. Before the war was over, the Americans were already trying to work out how the direction of the jet stream could be reversed – a grandiose scheme indeed, but indicative of how seriously the science of weather-modification was taken.
Weather modification technology has been in development and use since the 1940s at the latest. In 1996 the US Air Force published a research paper titled Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather by 2025.
There are other military applications in addition to the weaponisation of storms, floods and drought. At some point, a high tech communications application has been incorporated into existing systems; this is the Variable Terrain Radio Parabolic Equation Model (VTRPEM), used in the Radio Frequency Mission Planner System (RFMPS). This system makes possible real-time, three-dimensional beyond-horizon imaging, and has to be supported by increased atmospheric conductivity, achieved by spraying barium salts into the stratosphere. That’s why I’ve been seeing these frequent flickers of dry lightning.
No doubt the pilots involved are told that what they are doing is essential for national defense. However, there are whistle-blowers exposing this operation, code-named INDIGO SKYFOLD, the existence of which goes a long way to answering questions about budgets and any other doubts about feasibility.
If VTRPEM has been piggy-backed onto existing systems for weather modification, so can other operations be grafted onto the same technology for other purposes. INDIGO SKYFOLD is part of an umbrella aerosol operation thought to be designated CLOVERLEAF, and that cryptonym suggests the intersection of multiple ‘leaves’, or agendas.
The public cover is climate remediation. Weather modification systems provide the infrastructure for a new programme of ‘solar radiation management’ — the use of aerosols to create an increased albedo effect to mitigate global warming — which government and academic sources claim to be the purpose of the deliberate modification of the atmosphere.
Nearly a quarter of a century ago, Edward Teller, one of the first scientists to raise the alarm about CO2 levels, proposed a stratospheric aluminium oxide shield to deflect sunlight. Later in the same decade he reversed his opinion on global warming, and was one of the most prominent signatories of the Oregon Petition (1998), which states:
There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gases is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth’s atmosphere and disruption of the Earth’s climate.
Nothing has changed since then, in terms of the case for CO2-driven climate change: merely an endless parade of ad hoc hypotheses, none of which can save the misconceived central thesis, but which buy time for treaties, legal frameworks and bureaucracies — the infra-structure of global governance — to set and harden in place.
Meanwhile, the universities, the UN, and various government science and public policy advisors, such as Professor David Keith of Harvard University and the Obama administration’s Chief Scientific Officer John P Holdren, seek to acclimatise the public by projecting the ‘possibility’ of using stratospheric aerosol injection to limit the amount of solar energy entering the climate system. It is acknowledged that experimentation has been underway for some time. Oxford University offers post-graduate degrees and research posts in Solar Radiation Management (SRM) or Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering (SPICE), as do Harvard and other leading universities. Such ‘proposals’ — referenced in a ‘limited hang-out’ by CIA Director John Brennan at the Council on Foreign Relations in 2016 — assume the feasibility of this type of climate engineering, because the delivery systems already exist.
The ‘chemtrails’ phenomenon is extremely well documented, from huge amounts of video and photographic evidence, to whistleblower testimony, to relevant patents, to copious data from laboratory analysis of rainwater, soil and snow samples. There are a number of reputable websites, such as Geoengineeringwatch, Californiaskywatch, or About the Sky, which compile and publish relevant data.
The phenomenon has many names. The popular term, ‘chemtrails’, has no scientific standing or definition. Academics and scientists use various acronyms. SRM; SPICE; SAG — Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering; SAI — Stratospheric Aerosol Injection; and a number of others. Activists and officials use the umbrella term of geo-engineering.
Whatever you call it, it is happening on a huge scale. Our skies have been visibly transformed by a global geo-engineering program of aerosol injection. This is incontrovertible. We can debate its significance, but for any thinking person to refuse to discuss it is simply a denial of reality. Wilful blindness to threatening realities may not be anything new, but the scale and visibility of this is so great that the act of not seeing involved is almost miraculous. Meanwhile the increasing climate chaos, including the frightening maelstroms of forest-fires across the world from North America to Australia — is ascribed to carbon-driven global warming, which was always and only ever a myth propagated to provide a fig-leaf for CLOVERLEAF, enough to fool the bewildered herd. It doesn’t take much, after all. It never does.
Having seen what we are seeing, and having substantiated it with a congruence of laboratory tests, visual evidence, documentary evidence, whistle-blower testimony and official pronouncements, logic compels us to ask the question: Why? What are the purposes of the aerosol injection program filling our skies with white filth? With such an extensive program, we should assume that there are multiple objectives.
Clifford Carnicom is an independent scientist who has been studying the issue for some time. Carnicom is painstaking, pedantic and exacting, and his papers represent the result of years — often more than a decade — of work. He is the founder of CarnicomInstitute.Org, and his papers can be read (and peer-reviewed) there.
When Carnicom first started sharing information online, he noticed a strange — and strangely validating — pattern of visits to his site. While at that stage he had zero public profile and his site drew very few visits from the general readers, it attracted intense interest from high-level official bodies including the Pentagon, multiple Air Force and Navy bases and commands, the US Senate, NASA laboratories, aerospace corporations, military agencies, government environmental and health agencies, national security, intelligence and emergency agencies, pharmaceutical corporations and weapon and defence system contractors, research organisations and the media, all of which he was able to document. As narrated in the documentary Aerosol Crimes:
“Over the next few years a glaring disparity evolved. On the one hand, a high level of monitoring of documentation, sampling, research analysis and disclosure efforts… on the other, a campaign of continuous dismissal of the significance of the issue and a refusal to investigate was conducted by those very same visitors.”
This contradiction would seem to undermine the US Air Force’s public position that the entire subject is a hoax. In the meantime, Carnicom’s scientific studies have revealed how huge, and how hugely significant, the field is, and have led him to some startling conclusions. Firstly, his initial analyses of samples showed a predominance of metallic salts, which absorb water, leading him to become interested in the specific salts being used and the reasons they might have been selected. Barium is extremely toxic, and its prevalence has huge implications for interpretation. But Carnicom’s breakthrough was in realising what these particular metallic salts – barium, magnesium, calcium, potassium — have in common. They all belong to a particular class that ionise — i.e., become electrically charged — if subjected to energy, even at low levels. Sunlight is sufficient to ionise this class of material. Electrically charged gas, or plasma, can conduct energy without a solid medium, as in a neon light bulb, for instance, where there is no filament. In a plasma, not all the particles have to carry charge. The ionosphere is an electrically-charged atmospheric layer, but only 3% of its mass is charged, and that’s enough to completely change the physical properties of that medium. Therefore, Carnicom argues that our atmosphere has been transformed into a plasma.
Over the course of seven years, Carnicom has developed a list of potential applications of the aerosol program — i.e., potential answers, some of which overlap, to the question of purpose, and has settled on seven — not necessarily a complete list, but possibilities he can envisage which satisfy all the data.
1 Environmental modification and control/ weather modification
2 Military operations
3 Electromagnetic operations
4 Biological operations
5 Geophysical effects
6 Surveillance using LIDAR – light detection and ranging
7 Detection of exotic propulsion systems within the atmosphere
The second type of material, apart from nano-particles of metals and metallic salts, found in the air samples consists of fibres and filaments. Like the former, these are now thoroughly disseminated and ubiquitous in the environment and living organisms.
What are they?
These filaments have been the main focus of Carnicom’s work for the last few years, yielding significant discoveries in the area of synthetic biology. Firstly, that these ambient environmental filaments are unique, and unidentifiable. No natural filament, whether hair, spiderwebs or anything else, at that size level — less than a micron — exists in nature. For comparison, asbestos fibres measure two microns, bacteria range in size from 1-10 microns and human hair from 60 to 100 microns.
The US Environmental Protection Agency was provided with samples and has refused to identify them, or even acknowledge the existence of the samples.
Sophisticated laboratory tests by experienced microscopists partnered with Carnicom have concluded that these fibres are completely novel: they do not exist in nature, or in the database.
But to some people they are horribly familiar. Contemporaneously with the ramping up of the spraying programs in the 1990s, we have seen the appearance worldwide of a nightmarish disease known as Morgellons Syndrome, which the medical profession refuses to recognise, calling it ‘delusional parasitosis’. Wikipedia speculatively describes it, if you want to hear a nice Gibsonesqe bit of science-fiction, as a ‘mimetic infection spread through the internet’.
Morgellons sufferers develop agonising lesions all over their bodies, which do not heal but ooze continually and extrude coloured fibers similar to the airborne fibres in many respects. Carnicom acknowledges that no direct linkage has been proven, stressing the need for further investigation.
Looking at samples from Morgellons patients and samples of environmental filaments, physical similarities can be observed, especially at microscopic range. There are resemblances in physical morphology and constitution. A single fibre, maybe 15 microns in diameter, will contain a sub-series of numerous fibres at the sub-micron level.
Many of these are carbon nano-tubes, which can be cultured to produce colonies. They are motile, and continue to live and reproduce outside the body. Carnicom has concluded that their coating is keratin, the durable protein used by insects in their wing casings. The tubules are segmented, with visible structures inside them. Airborne filaments have been identified over and over as carrying unusual biological components. Some of these turn out, amazingly, to be desiccated erythrocytes (red blood cells) – human, but engineered in such a way as to allow them to survive independently of the human body. Such a thing represents an extraordinary breakthrough — the creation of artificial blood was always the holy grail of biological science, and has been achieved but kept secret.
In a study of huge significance (and of course receiving an amount of publicity in inverse proportion to its significance through the corporate media), asthma researchers at the University of Paris-Saclay in France in 2016 found carbon nano-tubes in the lung fluid of all 64 children in its sample. This finding left a New Scientist writer grasping at nothing; nor do the experts he quotes possess any context for the information, and they struggle to make sense of it.
“The level at which the nanotubes are present is unclear, as is their source,’ writes the author, “although the team found similar structures in dust and vehicle exhaust collected in Paris.”
Jonathan Grigg, a leading paediatrician in the effects of air pollution at Queen Mary University of London, opined that if we are breathing in nanotubes, it’s probably nothing new and fossil fuels are a likely source. “I guess we’ve been breathing them for a very long time. But it needs more work, for sure.” Yet another confirmation that the Academy is asleep, which is why independent scientists like Carnicom are so important, having both the expertise and the courage to follow disturbing avenues of inquiry.
Everybody is nano-infected. The fibres can be cultured from samples taken from both people and animals. For the last few years Carnicom has worked intensely with filaments cultured from oral samples. Tissue cultures from randomly selected individuals who are not Morgellons sufferers also contain and grow the same hybrid, transbiological forms.
One of the most shocking observations is that the blood cells and other structures found inside carbon nano-tubes produced by Morgellons sufferers or cultured from air samples show the characteristics of all three life kingdoms: bacteria, archaea and eucharia. Bacteria and archaea are simple forms, with no subcells; archaea are the hardiest of all life forms, able to withstand grinding pressure, extreme heat or cold, acidity or alkalinity – they can exist in volcanoes, geysers or ice shelves. Morgellons filaments endure fire, bleach, acid, and replicate outside the body in a petrie dish. The materials inside them look like bacteria, are as tough as archaea, and self-replicate like eucharia. They resemble bacteria, but are not. The fibres might be classified as fungal, but contain forms from the other two groups. This combination of the three life kingdoms does not occur in nature.
Artefacts emitted through lesions in the skin of advanced Morgellons sufferers include filaments, crystalline forms, meshes, plaques, shards, structures, grooved metallic devices — some of these branded with letters and numbers — motile strands and flagella.
We are becoming a hybrid form.
“Materials are forming in our bodies that are not native to us, not natural, and entirely new,” says Sofia Smallstorm, in her darkly illuminating presentation ‘From Chemtrails to Pseudo-Life: The Dark Agenda of Synthetic Biology’.
“Artificial materials are being introduced into living things to create new processes which over-ride our own natural biology.”
Since both healthy bodies and Morgellons sufferers produce the same tissue cultures, the difference may lie in the individual host. We cannot assume that any of us are immune to whatever processes are being initiated within us by this bio-technological infection. It is probable that all our bodies are being invaded by the same transformative processes, and that Morgellons sufferers are simply those whose bodies painfully reject these foreign materials.
Suddenly I understand the art of H R Giger.
There are no stars, only the noctilucent clouds.
Only they’re not clouds – not real ones, anyway. Clouds used to be formed in certain known ways. They had recognizable structures, different types. I learned them as a kid. Now I remember only cumulus, cumulonimbus, stratocumulus. There was something called mackerel sky.
What I see in the sky every day, I know, is different. Formless flat sheets of suspended nano-particles – lakes and pools of chemicals – different from clouds, with a different sheen, and different behaviour. A lifeless canopy above the drama of the clouds.
It’s there every morning. Sometimes you can see the trails within it like veins in meat, but usually it’s just drifting in like this, in hazy milky-opaque mats and striations. Or it gets blown into wisps and mare’s tails, or beach-sand patterns, but none of it is natural.
The press says nothing. Official discussions and references exist, but are rare. Climate Remediation, they say, an artificial albedo to save the planet from our exhalations. Solar Radiation Management, they call it. Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering.
However, much is known. Patents have been found, and corresponding analyses made: rain samples, air samples, soil samples.
Aluminum, barium, strontium.
Nobody else seems to notice it. Nobody talks about it. Nobody looks up.
Filaments, polymers, nano-tubes.
A self-propelled boy glides past without moving a muscle.
Cross-domain bacteria, mold spores, dried red blood cells.
A girl walks with her father, her face illumined by what she holds in her hand.
Synthetic biology, pseudo-life.
The breeze animates the banana leaves, throwing shapes on the wall.
Time was, if a man stood in the street and stared up at the rooftops or the sky, a knot of people would gather around him, wanting to know what he saw.
People hunch past, faces illuminated by their upturned palms.
I stare out at the milky-blue, cataracted sky.
To read more about the intersecting leaves of Operation CLOVERLEAF, please go to CarnicomInstitute.Org.