I have had a long time to observe the fake sky, almost four years, and to try and pull it all together so that I can understand exactly what is
happening, but it is frustrating...I feel there are pieces of the puzzle that I am missing and if I were just able to find them, I'd be able to solve
this thing. And it feels as though I really do know the answers, but they are buried somehow in my subconscious. I have an eidetic memory, so this is
especially frustrating for me...I don't forget anything
I've documented numerous observations since joining ATS in January of 2012, and that is when I learned about chemtrails...I had never heard of them
prior to that, but certain things make a whole lot of sense if they're factored in with a manufactured sky. Here are a few things that have occurred
1) If TPTB are in fact dousing us with chemicals, creating a false sky would be an excellent way to hide their activity...particularly since people
have caught on to all those streaks in the sky not actually being simple contrails or wispy clouds.
2) Morgellons disease and other mysterious ailments might actually be side effects of whatever they're doing up there and exposing us to.
3) It could explain some of the UFO sightings (as well as the uptick in numbers of sightings)...if the sky is basically a holographic projection, it
could have "glitches in the matrix" that allow things to be viewed behind it by the naked eye. If they're doing anything in the air at night, perhaps
people are actually seeing terrestrial aircraft up there and their appearance is distorted, making them seem like something alien.
4) If the fake sky is also some type of an interactive weather modulating device, it could account for the bizarre weather conditions we've been
experiencing for so long now. They might even be able to generate seismic activity too. I have believed for a long time now that the tsunamis and
earthquakes, etc. that have been so devastating in the past few years are not in fact "natural" disasters at all.
There are numerous observations about the fake sky itself, and the environment around it that I want to share. Even if everyone can't see the same
things that I do, there may be certain aspects of it that will resonate...and my hope is that someone will have seen or experienced other key elements
that perhaps I myself have not been able to see, and perhaps shed some light on the "why" and the "how" of this thing.:
1) On fake sky days there is typically no wind or breeze, despite the appearance of foliage being blown around.
2) The sun does not rise, and it does not set. It simply appears in the morning and disappears at night. It does not change positions in the sky
either...the day I took the photos, it was almost in the "high noon" position after 1900 in the evening and it did not change position in the sky
prior to its disappearance. The fake sun does not move. It often has what looks like a ring of tiny flames or something "jagged" outlining it as
3) There are either no birds in the air at all, or if there are, they do not behave normally. Their formations are too tight and precise; they seem
robotic. If it's fake at night (which I've observed only a handful of times), the air is dead still. No crickets or night birds or cicadas or frogs,
etc. Just utter stillness. This is especially noticeable out in the country, where I currently am located.
4) When it rains under the fake sky, you cannot smell the rain. And it's cold rain, even in 100 degree weather. Additionally, it can be raining in a
very isolated area (such as one street) yet completely dry mere yards away. There will either be lightning but no thunder or thunder that is unusually
prolonged and has a "tinny" sound to it, like it's coming from inside a can or something.
5) The clouds appear to be far too "3-D" in appearance, as if they are copied and pasted onto the sky, and they do not move or dissipate at all.
Sometimes you can even see what looks like a distinct blurriness around the outer edges of them. And when the sun disappears at night, so do the
clouds. They are also at times overlapped...with distinct borders that make each one stand out in sharp relief, and the sky is actually different in
each "layer" the way it might look if you were to overlap the transparent sheets used in a slide projector; you can see the pictures on the sheets
beneath through the ones on top. When that happens, random small areas of the sky appear to flicker in and out.
6) The fake sky is either a uniform color, even at the horizon, or it has lines or layers to it (or both at the same time), and at times appears
"pixelated". It has a dull appearance and looks "flat", like a watercolor painting. Some days, it even looks noticeably concave, like a dome or
something similar. Also, at certain points the sky appears to shift or "glitch"...sort of flickering in and out.
7) The sky can be fake over a certain area yet perfectly authentic miles down the road. Sometimes you can actually see a line of demarcation if
driving down the road, where one ends and the other begins.
8) People behave strangely. They appear to be in a daze or like sleepwalkers. They appear to be slowed down by something, unable to wake up. They are
easily confused and if they actually speak to you, they repeat themselves a lot...to the point of creepiness, as if they literally can't remember what
they said from one minute to the next. They also appear quick to become irritated or annoyed one second and complacent to the point of apathy the
9) The air itself is strange. It feels like gravity increases. If you're walking, it's as if you're wading through water or against a current. There
is a heaviness, a distinct pressure, and you will tire easily. I do not own a car, and I walk everywhere; I am in excellent physical condition and do
not get winded easily, but on fake sky days I get short of breath walking up a hill within a few minutes. I also feel exhausted, no matter how much
sleep I got the night before.
10) People with asthma or other pulmonary ailments seem to experience an exacerbation of symptoms. Indeed, the air is difficult to breathe, very
thick. People complain of their eyes itching, even those who do not suffer from allergies, and ringing in their ears. Another common complaint is the
sensation of something being stuck in the throat, like a speck of dust or something that triggers coughing spasms. I personally suffer a low-grade
nausea that prevents me from eating anything because it will just come right back up, and extreme thirst even after drinking an entire bottle of water
11) Animals act strangely too. Lethargic, loss of appetite, sleeping for unusually long stretches of time. Dogs act uneasy and whine or tremble for no
apparent reason. My pittie Scarlett hides underneath the coffee table and refuses to come out, no matter how I try to coax her, shaking like a leaf
the entire time. Cats too...bizarre sounding "meows", tails puffed out in fear, pacing incessantly. Horses are skittish too.
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