After I wrote my last blog, I started doing some research on the chemicals that were on the list. The ones being sprayed in our skies and was completely astounded. I wanted to share the information with you. Now many of the reports I used came from California and Arizona. If they are doing it here, I am certain that it is being done all over. If you are seeing those criss-cross white lines in the sky that seem to only slightly dissipate in a matter of hours, they are Chemtrails. These are more than the contrails of jets overhead. So here is what I discovered about those chemical compounds on the list. Chemtrails, Pt. 1.
Aluminum Oxide Particles- Al2O3
The metal particle powders are used in a variety of applications, in paint and other coatings. In solid fuels and cements, as pigments in printing and packaging. Also used in dietary supplements in food processing. Available in nanoparticles. Inhalation exposure to 100 mg aluminum, in the form of powder, or 92 mg Al, as a fume, each day for 9-13 months showed a significant retention of aluminum in the lungs of both groups of animals.( 1) ‘In experimental animals exposed to aluminum oxide as well as in humans occupationally exposed to aluminum particles, inhaled or deposited particles of aluminum may be retained in the lungs over long periods of time.’ (2) There is evidence presented indicating that dementia is associated with insufficient magnesium in the brain. Such insufficiency may be attributable to low intake or retention of magnesium; high intake of a neurotoxic metal, such aluminum, which inhibits activity of magnesium requiring enzymes.
Arsenic is poison that is released from certain human activities and the earth’s crust. It is an element that behaves like a metal. It is called a metalloid. One of the chemical uses of it maybe that it is used to fight insects, supposedly phased out in 2013. It is used in the feed of chickens for human consumption still. It is used in a green pigment, semiconductors use arsenic. Additions of arsenic to lead shot improve its sphericity. It is also used in lead-based alloys and lead based battery grid metal for the military. It is an alloy and mixes mostly with other elements. So why is it still found as a chemical in chemtrails? (3) Long term exposure to Arsenic can result in thickening of the skin, darker skin, abdominal pain, diarrhea, heart disease, numbness and cancer. (4)
Bacilli and Molds-
Bacillus (plural form) contains a restrictive enzyme. It is a type of taxonomic bacteria. It is used for transferring DNA from one cell to the other. It is used in labs to create new viruses and genetic clones…. Why are they used in spraying? Mold produces mycotoxins that are harmful to human life. They have been studied for their application in biological weapons. In mold infested homes they can cause illness and even death. These types of molds and fungi are the top three components of the ‘gel’ and ‘red dust’ samples collected, and lab tested after being sprayed by low flying aircraft over suburbs in US, and Espanola Ontario. (5)
Barium Salts/Barium Chloride- BaCl2-
It is a white salt arising from a reaction to Barium and Chlorine and is toxic to ingest. It is mainly used for chlorine-alkali industry, papermaking, dyestuffs, rubber, ceramics, oil refining, petrochemistry and as pesticide.
It is used for hardening steel and the purification of the brine solution in caustic chlorine plants. It can also be found in the manufacture of heat treatment salts and pigment manufacturing. (6)
Barium Titanate- BaTiO₃
It looks like a crystal, that is the structure of the molecule. It is from white to grey in color. This one is interesting. It is a high functioning dielectric ceramic use for capacitors. A capacitor is a passive two-terminal electrical component that stores energy in an electrical field. It is used in some types of thermal cameras. Also, in microphones. Finally they are in nanoparticle form for drug delivery…let that sink in, the nanoparticle form of Barium Titanate in used in drug delivery…..So planes are spraying Barium Titanate for what purpose? To deliver something in nanoparticle form?
It is a soft malleable bluish white metal found in zinc ores. Cadmium is an important metal in the production of nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries and as a corrosion protection coating for iron and steel. It is also used in batteries, alloys, coatings (electroplating), solar cells, plastic stabilizers and pigments. (7) Unless you work in some manufacturing, construction or waste management, you probably aren’t around it. Unless it is sprayed overhead without any knowledge on your part. Inhalation of cadmium fumes can result initially in metal fume fever but may progress to chemical pneumonitis, pulmonary edema, and death. (8) A study of Cadmium’s effect on Estrogen receptor Levels found that MCF-7 cancers cells grew 5-6 times when exposed to cadmium. (7) MCF-7 stands for a cancer study in Michigan in 1970 it was named for, Michigan Cancer Foundation-7.
Ethylene bromide (C2H4Br2)
Is a colorless, sweet-smelling, nonflammable, toxic liquid. It was at one time used as a agent in leaded gasoline. Ethylene bromides was also used as a soil fumigant in agriculture. Now it is used to the fumigation of felled logs and beehives. Now let that sink in Beehives. What do we know about bees? That they are disappearing in great numbers. It is used as an intermediate in the production of waxes, dyes and resins. It is toxic to humans and animals causing irritation to the eyes and skin. It damages the liver, kidneys and lungs, and because of this it is heavily regulated. (10)
Enterobacter Cloacal-and Enterobacteriacease
This is a large family of bacteria that have many strains. Enterobacteria are responsible for a variety of human illnesses, including urinary tract infections, wound infections, gastroenteritis, meningitis, septicemia, and pneumonia. They are common and can be found in the soil, water and sewer systems. They are also found in the feces of healthy people. (11) So why would they show up in the chemtrails/contrails? Here is one additional bit I discovered, many strains of enterobacteria are antibiotic resistant….This is another one of those moments of quiet analysis…..I could not find one use for them. Some of the strains of bacteria cause E Coli, and Salmonella. Another of these strains-Yersinia causes Bubonic Plague…
Is a heavy, soft and malleable metal. It starts out white-bluish and tarnishes to a dull grey. It is very toxic to the body whether ingested or inhaled. It interferes with enzymes and affects every organ. It can cause brain damage, kidney damage and can be fatal. It was used to be used in paints until that was discovered. Anything having to do with batteries, producing/recycling and disposal puts humans at risk. There are many processes in which lead is used. It accumulates in the soil and can stay there for thousands of years. Anything that has steel as a component of its construction has lead in it. It is used in ships, buildings, tools, machines, appliances, automobiles and weapons….It is probably in the planes they are flying…..
It is a grey metallic liquid element. It is used in thermometers, barometers, sphygmomanometers, float valves, mercury switches, mercury relays and fluorescent lamps and industrial chemicals to name a few items. Mercury is a neurotoxin. How you are affected depends on the form of mercury you were exposed, how much, how long, what was your age and your health. Also, how you were exposed-- breathing, on the skin, or eating it. If you were exposed to lower amounts, it could result in tremors, emotional mood swings, neuromuscular changes (such as weakness, muscle atrophy, twitching), headaches, disturbances in sensations, changes in nerve responses, poor performance on tests of mental function. For Higher doses can result in kidney disease, respiratory failure and death. (12)
Methyl Aluminum- Al2Me6
Known formally as Trimethyaluminium. They say it exists as a dimer (molecularly 2 parts), is a liquid and can spontaneously ignite at temperatures below 55 degrees centigrade. It can be used in aluminum-containing semi-conductors. In conjunction with Aluminum Oxide (if combined at an atomic level) can be used in nanotechnology. Remember Aluminum Oxide was the first chemical compound on the list. (13)
We are into the “M’s” and I want you to draw your own conclusions about these chemical compounds being sprayed in our skies. I have questions. Why do they need a chemical known to be a drug delivery system? Why spray a drug that fumigates bee hives, when A Yale study states “One of every three bites of food eaten worldwide depends on pollinators, especially bees, for a successful harvest.” (14)
I will say some of these compounds can relate to machinery, airplanes, paint, fuel, and so on. Items you would consider associated with a plane or jet. There are many more that concern me, all are plain toxic to people and animals. So next blog will be my remaining chemical compounds on the list. If you noticed I left off the human desecrated red blood cells and the while blood cells, I thought the human white blood cells found in spray were interesting as it contained A (restrictor enzyme used in research labs to snip and combine DNA). However, I had a hard time really verifying the information, so for now I left them alone.
- Aluminum Oxide, https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/aluminum_oxide
- Friberg, L., Nordberg, G.F., Kessler, E. and Vouk, V.B. (eds). Handbook of the Toxicology of Metals. 2nd ed. Vols I, II.: Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., 1986
- Hunting ammunitions, http://nautilus.fis.uc.pt/st2.5/scenes-e/elem/e03330.html
- Ratnaike, R N (1 July 2003). "Acute and chronic arsenic toxicity". Postgraduate Medical Journal. 79(933): 391–396
- Mold Spores and Chemtrails, http://stopsprayingcalifornia.com/Mold-Spores.html
- What is Barium Chloride? What are some of its uses? https://www.quora.com/What-is-barium-chloride-BaCl2-What-are-some-of-its-uses
- Cadmium, https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/cadmium/
- Carballo, Rosa; Castiñeras, Alfonso; Domínguez-Martin, Alicia; García-Santos, Isabel; Niclós-Guttiérrez, Juan (2013). "Chapter 7. Solid state structures of cadmium complexes with relevance to biological systems". In Astrid Sigel; Helmut Sigel; Roland K. O. Sigel. Cadmium: From Toxicology to Essentiality. Metal Ions in Life Sciences. 11. Springer. pp. 145–189.
- Garcia-Morales P1, Saceda M, Kenney N, Kim N, Salomon DS, Gottardis MM, Solomon HB, Sholler PF, Jordan VC, Martin MB, US National Library of Medicine, .Effect of cadmium on estrogen receptor levels and estrogen-induced responses in human breast cancer cells.
- Ethylene Bromide, Encyclopedia Britannica, https://www.britannica.com/science/ethylene-bromide
- Enterobacteriaceae, Encyclopedia.com, https://www.encyclopedia.com/medicine/diseases-and-conditions/pathology/enterobacteriaceae
- Health Effects of Exposure to Mercury, EPA.Gov, https://www.epa.gov/mercury/health-effects-exposures-mercury
- Methyl Aluminum, https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/Trimethylaluminum#section=Top
- Grossman, Elizabeth, Declining Bee Populations Pose a Threat to Global Agriculture, https://e360.yale.edu/features/declining_bee_populations_pose_a_threat_to_global_agriculture