“By the sweat of your face you shall eat bread, till you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken; for you are dust, and to dust you shall return” Genesis 28:14.
Chemtrails: Global Crop Dusting of Mankind
Chemtrails are simply a sophisticated form of crop dusting. Instead of acres of vegetables, think of the masses of people that walk the earth as a crop.
Rather than a small, single-engine plane, jumbo jet-sized airliners spray chemicals, powdered metals, and biological organisms over populated areas. Gravity forces residue in the sky to fall to earth. Dust is a type of fallout.
Dust in homes, offices, and other human environments contains small amounts of plant pollen, human and animal hairs, textile fibers, paper fibers, minerals from outdoor soil, human skin cells, burnt meteorite particles, and many other materials which may be found in the local environment (Wikipedia).
For the most part, dust is inert. It has no life force or ability to recreate life. What if some dust was alive? What if it could reproduce?
Fiber is considered healthful as a digestive tool in the natural structure of foods, but not all fiber is food. In fact, as exposure to asbestos fibers has shown, some fibers can be quite harmful. Allergies to dust are common and fibers are found in dust. However, not all fibers that descend from the sky qualify as dust. New fibers, like Figure 3 above, are rarely reported, and most people have never been seen them before. Like Superman is to Clark Kent, these fibers seem to be floating into view whenever chemtrails appear. The fibers are usually invisible to the naked eye, but sometimes they appear in clumps of varying sizes.
These fibers have emerged as a threat as a more people develop strange, disease-like symptoms, a condition called Morgellons. Because of its connection with chemtrails, Morgellons is considered an unintended (some say “intended”) health consequence of spraying these chemical aerosols. I say disease-like because the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) refuses to classify it as a disease and has instead relegated the phenomenon as “unexplained apparent dermopathy.” The CDC, while falling short of acknowledging Morgellons as a serious threat, at least documented its findings. However, because the study seems to fall short, victims are frustrated. Awareness is key, so annual conferences have formed to discuss what can be done to alleviate pain and suffering. Because Morgellons is a skin-related ailment, photographs of lesions appear all over the Internet.
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