(NaturalNews) More individuals around the world are looking skyward with concern at the increasingly frequent crosshatch patterns left by planes. Oftentimes dismissed as contrails, mounting evidence of toxic chemicals in our air, water supply and soil indicate otherwise. Whether classified as geoengineering -- or the more controversial term chemtrails -- one aspect is certain: Aluminum levels are skyrocketing in water samples, and our weather is changing dramatically. If we don't get a handle on this issue soon, agriculture and the environment will be laid to waste, along with the health of the population.
According to the Oxford Geoengineering Program:
SRM [Solar Radiation Management] techniques aim to reflect a small proportion of the Sun's energy back into space, counteracting the temperature rise caused by increased levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere which absorb energy and raise temperatures. Some proposed techniques include:
Albedo enhancement. Increasing the reflectiveness of clouds or the land surface so that more of the Sun's heat is reflected back into space.
Space reflectors. Blocking a small proportion of sunlight before it reaches the Earth.
Stratospheric aerosols. Introducing small, reflective particles into the upper atmosphere to reflect some sunlight before it reaches the surface of the Earth.
Activists, watchdog groups, medical doctors, meteorologists, scientists, journalists, environmentalists and average citizens have all expressed extreme unease about this very real situation -- it isn't simply a theory; thousands have documented massive white patterns in the sky that, instead of dissipating, spread out over hours, turning a clear blue day into a hazy, overcast sheet.
As noted in this article, Dane Wigington of GeoEngineering Watch states that, in the last 10 years, aluminum levels in rainwater have risen from 7 parts per billion to 3,400 parts per billion -- an astounding, nearly 50,000 percent increase. To many, there is no doubt that these aerial patterns are filled with aluminum particles and are none other than stratospheric aerosols. A well researched article addressing the history, and the present-day technology, of weather modification can be found here.
The problem with aluminum
In the March 28, 2013, production of Linderman Unleashed, Russell Blaylock, M.D., stated that airborne aluminum lodges itself readily in brain tissue and also can circulate within the blood. The first scenario sets the stage for emotional, learning and memory issues, while the second lays the foundation for cardiovascular disease. Brain inflammation also ensues after inhalation of aluminum, which triggers the release of glutamate -- an excitotoxin that causes brain cell death. You can listen to the full interview at Natural News Radio. Also make sure to visit HeavyMetals.NaturalNews.com for breaking news about aluminum and more.
Help end the madness
If you're fed up with being poisoned from above, two sites provide powerful resources for how chemtrails can be stopped in their tracks.
Global Skywatch offers a 5-step plan to halt the spraying. In as little as 5 minutes per day, you can make a difference.
When educating people about geoengineering, it's important to stick to the basics and not go into a long "rant" about the topic, which only triggers defensiveness. Calm credibility is the key. GeoEngineering Watch supplies helpful tips in this area.
It's understandable that many feel overwhelmed with the sheer magnitude of geoengineering, and in turn become apathetic and fatalistic. Nevertheless, we can shake off our lethargy and address this serious issue by keeping in mind the apt words of Margaret Mead:
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."
About the author: Carolanne believes if we want to see change in the world, we need to be the change. As a nutritionist, natural foods chef and wellness coach, she has encouraged others to embrace a healthy lifestyle of green living for over 13 years. Through her website www.Thrive-Living.net, she looks forward to connecting with other like-minded people who share a similar vision.