posted on Aug, 23 2011 @ 01:32 AM
I live in Vacaville, California, otherwise known as Hell in the summer. This year, we have had a very mild summer. We had an unbelievable amount of
rain this winter with rain until June, which is not normal.
I want to start by saying that I am a gardener. I am outdoors every chance I get & have made a great deal of observations.
I have a number of Japanese Maples on my property, all of which have been looking really bad all summer, even though they get watered regularily. All
the leaves on the tops are curling with brown edges.
I truly don't believe that heat stress or lack of water is causing the problem with the trees. First off, trees in the ground will send roots to
find water & established trees don't necessarily need regular watering.
Over the past 2 to 3 years, I have been watching the trees die in our area, the willow types seem to be hardest hit & then the pines & then they just
are all over the map from there. In my neighborhood alone, I could count probably 50 trees that have either died or are on their last leg, with many
more in the beginning stages of death.
Also, I have noticed that all the plants, bushes & trees aren't their true green color anymore, most are a sickly yellow/green. Only the redwoods
are close to their natural color & not all of them look too healthy either.
We don't have as many varieties of trees in California that turn colors, like the Mid-West & East coast, but we do have trees that turn. I noticed
them starting to turn about 2 weeks ago. They generally don't start until the last week of September or the 1st week of October.
I have several Rayford Ash trees in my property that turn to a burgundy/purple color before the leaves start dropping, but they are still green &
dropping, this started about a week or so ago.
So, here's my take, I know that some of you will think I am a nut-case, but as I've said, I am outside all the time, so it is really easy to notice
Geo-engineering really is happening. I am almost 50 years old, spent nearly all my life outdoors & there are definate changes happening & it's not
from the general population living life. The changes are purposeful.
Since the trees I am watching die have been happening for several years, it isn't something that has just started. This has been increasing as the
spraying has increased. During the summer months, spraying typically stops around May 1st & resumes in mid to late October. Spraying stopped
overhead in my area on June 19th & started again on August 8th. I haven't had a chance to spray down the spider webs on my trees & bushes. While
working in my yard yesterday, I found what almost looks like powdered laundry soap covering the spider webs. Many of the leaves have spots that look
like burn marks. I have collected some of the stuff & am contacting a research center to have it tested. I have seen little bits of this stuff
before after spraying, but never like this. There is LOTS of this stuff.
Also, through geo-engineering, I truly believe that our seasons have been altered. Always, March kicks off our hot season here & ends in October,
sometimes it is still fairly warm until November. By April, we usually see temperatures hovering around 100 degrees & this doesn't drop off until
September. This year has been completely out of whack, with temperatures all over the board, generally much cooler & sometimes even cold. Last year
wasn't normal either, but nothing like this year.
My vegetable garden for the past 3 years has not done well at all & this year, I have planted some of the same types of seeds 5 times. If they even
sprout, they die off within a week or 2. Even plants started in my greenhouse, once outside, die. Everything in my gardens are watered daily, on a
Also, this has been posted several times on other threads on this site, but the sun is absolutely rising & setting further north. Again, this is
something I noticed right away. My gardens are all raised beds & have been placed in their postions for optimum sun exposure. This year, the sun is
hitting all of them far differently than it should be, not to mention that my patio has always only had very early morning sun, with it being 1/2
shaded by 10:00 a.m. Now, it is completely covered with sun until almost 1:00 p.m. This has caused me to move a number of plants that require shade
& had been in their spots for 9 years.
Something is happening, there is no doubt about it.