Processed Clouds

None of the clouds in this post is natural. Just like food-like food, these are cloud-like clouds. They are all man-made, processed. Processed clouds result from plumes emitted by jet aircraft or some other method such as ship-launched missiles from the ocean.


New chemtrail sprayed by jet. April 14, 2014, 8:37am, Valencia, CA.

It is now a known fact that most of these processed clouds contain an aluminum-oxide emulsion to reflect sunshine. Why? Ostensibly to reduce global warming. Aluminum is used to reflect heat, much like aluminum foil is used in an oven to protect a turkey from burning.


Multiple chemtrails left by jets. April 8, 2014, 6:07pm, Valencia, CA.

The unintended effects mean that the aluminum oxide clouds eventually drop to ground level, accumulating in the soil, water, and in our bodies. This is thought to reduce the quality of all life forms — plants, trees, insects, animals, humans.


Chemtrails dispersing into chemclouds form a chemcanopy. April 27, 2014, 12:21pm, Valencia, CA.


Chemtrails with active dispersants at intervals. April 8, 2014, 7:10pm, Valencia, CA.


Chemtrail with moon. April 8, 2014, 6:07pm, Valencia, CA.


About C. A. Weaver

Christopher Allan Weaver lives in Southern California. He is a technical editor by profession, and holds an A.S. degree in technical writing from North Shore Community College, Beverly, MA, and a B.A. degree in Organizational Management from the Master's University. Christopher is a former staff editor with California Institute of Technology onsite at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, working as both employee and contractor for about 18 years. Currently, he is a website designer, administrator, and blogger for several California websites. Overall, Christopher has over 30 years of editing, documentation, photography and graphic design skills.
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2 Responses to Processed Clouds

  1. FYI

    I took some notes (comments) while I listened.
    I intend to put up blog post re your host and Morgellons remedies
    My experience has been keep it simple – And listening to Tony was a bit too much all at once.
    Thank you thank you thank you …
    Perhaps someone can benefit from these links you mentioned.


    • C. A. Weaver says:

      I posted a more recent article, “Getting enough fiber?” which is ripe for any Morgellons info you think is appropriate.


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