posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 08:52 PM
reply to post by SeekerLou
I was into the whole chemtrail thing for a while, scouring the net for info and stumbled on those pics. I forget where I found them but I'm sure they
would turn up in a google image search.
As far as the experience goes, back in 2007 I was working on a jobsite in central Florida near Brooksville. I was doing electrical work on a new
school in Pasco County. In the morning I had noticed the skies were pretty clear. By 8am I noticed a dozen or so trails in the sky. Naturally the
theorist part of my mind went nuts, but I'd seen them hundreds of times and nothing bad happened. But this time, by 9am we (many people on the
jobsite) noticed a bright yellowish dust accumulating on everything. By the time lunch rolled around, half the people on the jobsite were complaining
about feeling weak and woozy. By that time people were starting to feel really ill, and some even had sudden onsets of vomiting and had to leave
early. The next morning on the jobsite (after a rain overnight) the yellow 'stuff' was all washed into the parking lot and did not decay (even the
birds didn't drink the water). Anyhow, the next day half the people at the jobsite (there were over 300 people on site building the school) were
either sick as a dog or didn't come in. Workers were complaining of sudden intestinal problems and infections, some got sudden aggressive viruses,
some got sudden sinus and respiratory infections, a few had to be hospitalized (some for 3 or 4 days). Even clinics around the area were jam packed
with sudden illnesses of people who lived in the area. I was ill for about 2 weeks with high fever (101+), chills, nausea, weakness, headaches, etc.
For days that yellow stuff was stuck to the asphalt. It wasn't pollen. It was almost a day glo color. Everyone on the jobsite was affected in
different ways, so it wasn't 'just a flu'. Too many different types of illness happened too quick to be coincedence.
The final conclusion I drew from that is those planes sprayed something into the air that was a combination of bacteria, viruses, and other material,
all combined with a yellow dust matter to carry it down. I thought to grab some of it for keeps, but by he next morning it had rained really hard and
all of it washed into the storm drains.