posted on Oct, 1 2008 @ 08:35 PM
I live in Michigan and have been noticing a proliferation of chemtrails within the past several weeks.
At first I thought they were vapor trails, but over time as I closely began to watch the sky, I saw that vapor trails dissipate within a few minutes,
while the chemtrails gradually flatten out and form a thick "blanket" of haze lasting up to four or five hours.
I observed not merely one or two of these chemtrails at a single time, but many. Many! On at least three, separate occasions I watched high-altitude
jets fly over and counted up to twenty individual chemtrails being set across the sky.
They usually run east to west, and from horizon line to horizon line, but sometimes they will run in the opposite direction as well, forming a
"lattice work" across the sky. Within 30 to 40 minutes the trails flatten, merge, and form a dense haze.
About eighteen days ago I observed a very heavy "lattice application" directly over what I calculated to be the Detroit area. And then, about a
after that, I saw two more chemtrails, but instead of the usual white trail, they were a very dark grey color against a very blue sky. There were no
other clouds in the sky. Just these two, thick, dark streaks. To say it was eerie, is an understatement. I observed this on a Friday.
Out of curiosity I am now recording when I see these things and have noticed that they seem to occur later in the week (Thursday or Friday). But so
far, I have not seen any (ANY!) on the weekends when people are more likely to "be out and about." Is this merely a coincidence?
My husband thinks I am nuts. But I am concerned. I called a couple of elected state and local officials and talked with them about the trails.
No one was aware of anything, but they did promise to look into it, especially after I "reminded them" about a state report published a few years
ago. Some local environmentalists discovered frogs that were showing up with developmental aberrations (internal organs on their outside skin, extra
or missing limbs, etc.)
I also tossed out a question asking whether this might be linked to what is killing off our bee population. (I believe it was Einstein who said once
that if the bee population were extinguished, mankind would have only about four years left to exist!)
I believe that with awareness comes a responsibility to inform others. I'm not sure what should be done. I don't even know if anything CAN be
done, but I certainly don't want to sit back and let this pass without saying something.
Until I figure out what I can do, I can only urge YOU who are now reading this to tell others about what we (you and I) have seen in our skies.
Just simply go around and ask people to look up and to observe; and then to ask themeselves what THEY see and what they think is going on up there.
They will probably look strangely at you and think that you, too, are nuts. But at least ... we tried.