Why are they Manipulating the Weather?

The most dangerous weapon is not nuclear, chemical or biological, it is the weather.


The weather is changing and the effects of such change have been felt by millions already. But this drastic change in weather is not a result of anthropogenic activity as many would have you believe. It is the result of decades of open air tests by government and large corporations who hold the patents to carry out the largest experiment to change the amount of sun the planet receives, the amount of rain that falls over a determined area, where hurricanes and tornadoes form and where do they go to, among others.

Experiments to manipulate the weather have been envisioned since the 1800s, but were only fully executed in the 1940s, when many powerful entities saw the potential to use weather manipulation as a weapon not only to flood large areas or to cause severe droughts, but also to limit the amount of food available for a determined population. That is the intent being carry out today, as weather extremes wrongfully blamed on anthropogenic warming due to fossil fuel use, wreak havoc all over the planet.

At no other time in history has humanity seen such abrupt changes in weather patters as today, and no, it’s not because of human activity, development, industrialization or because we have more cars on the road than ever before. It is because of the explicit attempt to change weather patterns to impose an anti-human agenda of financial, economic, social and scientific fraud. Here is where geoengineering comes into play. The power of a few corporations and well-paid scientists to play around with weather elements to obtain a specific benefit is a reality today, as you will see in the new documentary Why in the World are they Spraying?

The video is the sequel of What in the World are they Spraying?, which unveiled the reality of chemtrails or aerosol spraying. Although the risks of weather modification has not been seriously assessed and its proponents recognize the potential for dire consequences, tons of aluminum, barium and other heavy metals are sprayed daily all over the world without any kind of consultation to the people who live on the planet. The damage that chemtrails cause to Earth is visible in the water, soils and plant and animal life. But worse, people all over the world are also suffering the effects of having to breathe heavily contaminated air.

“While geoengineers maintain that their models are only for the mitigation of global warming, it is now clear that they can be used as a way to consolidate an enormous amount of both monetary and political power into the hands of a few by the leverage that weather control gives certain corporations over the Earth’s natural systems. This of course, is being done at the expense of every living thing on the planet.” But the effects or geoengineering go beyond all this, as it has now been observed that spraying sulfur, aluminum and other chemicals on the atmosphere either to reflect sun light or to cause droughts or floods is actually causing more warming.

See for yourself, get your own conclusions and pass this information to as many people as possible.

Get the documentary here: Why in the World are they Spraying?


Aluminum in vaccines causing aluminum Allergies

January 10, 2011

An allergic reaction to aluminum used to be extraordinarily rare. That’s not true any more, however, and researchers have been baffled for an explanation. Now it appears one has been found. It turns out that as the number of vaccinations people are given has increased, so has the incidence of the formerly almost non-existent aluminum allergy.aluminum in vaccines

The connection? Swedish researchers think the aluminum added to many vaccinations as an “intensifier” has caused an increasing number of people to become allergic to the metal. And, with aluminum in everything from medications and deodorant to make-up and more, it’s not an easy allergen to avoid.

The first inkling of the aluminum allergy/vaccination connection was revealed a few years ago when a study of whooping cough vaccinations in Gothenburg showed that about one percent of youngsters who received these vaccinations developed pruritic nodules (small lumps under the skin that itch and can last for years) in the area of the shot. And 75 percent of these kids with the nodules also became allergic to aluminum.

“This was completely unexpected. Aluminum has been used as an adjuvant, intensifier, in vaccines for over 70 years with only a small number of reports of pruritic nodules and allergic contact dermatitis,” scientist Eva Netterlid said in a statement to the media. She is conducting research on the vaccination/allergy connection at the Occupational and Environmental Dermatology Unit in Malmo, Sweden.

So what has changed that’s caused aluminum allergies to become far more common? Netterlid thinks it’s because the types of aluminum compounds used in vaccines and other mainstream medical treatments such as allergy desensitization shots have been changed over the years. In addition, people are receiving more vaccinations than ever, in part because of the increase in international travel.

Netterlid and her research team studied hyposensitization, too. This is the common treatment in which gradually higher doses of an allergenic substance are given to patients who are allergic to pollen, mites, and other allergens. Eventually, allergy shots cause the allergic person’s immune response to these substances to be dampened down. Unfortunately, the shots often use aluminum as an “intensifier” and appear to be triggering the development of aluminum allergies.

For example, when Netterlid and colleagues did a follow-up of kids treated with aluminum containing allergy shots, they found a high number of reactions. Of 37 children treated, allergic contact dermatitis from aluminum developed in eight children and pruritic nodules developed in 13 of the youngsters. A group of 24 children with allergies were included in the study as controls — they did not receive allergy shots — and none of them had or developed pruritic nodules or an allergy to aluminum.

In another study of both children and adults with allergic respiratory diseases who were treated with hyposensitization allergy shots, Netterlid found that about four percent of the subjects developed allergic contact dermatitis from aluminum. Although there were some people in the control group with aluminum allergies who didn’t receive allergy shots in this study, examination of the arms of the patients who did get the shots before and one year after the treatment showed that a significant number developed pruritic nodules.

Netterlid and her colleagues are currently conducting research to see if some kinds of aluminum compounds used in vaccinations and allergy shots are more likely to produce allergies than other formulations. They are also looking into the symptoms people who test positive for aluminum allergy may develop when they are exposed to aluminum containing drugs and cosmetics.