I love to look at the sky. Big Sky Visions, that’s what draws me out to the Scuppernong River Habitat Area.
Recently I noticed that my vision was blocked, even dimmed, by what I speculated where chemtrails.
Are chemtrails real? My big sky visions were obstructed again the past view days I spent piling brush at Ottawa Lake, to the point where I had to document what I was seeing and try to dissipate the cognitive dissonance clouding my mind. I even called the Waukesha Sheriff’s dispatch asking them to take a look.
When I arrived at the Ottawa Lake entrance on November 13th I noticed some jet contrails in the sky to the south and east, and when I got to the walk-in campsite 335 looking out over the lake to the west and north, I saw the sky full of contrails.
I tried to focus on the task at hand…
… but the contrails fanning out into huge clouds, that significantly blocked the sun’s rays for hours as they drifted south, stirred my response-able-ness and I called the Sheriff. Deputy Spak insisted on coming out to talk with me and arrived a few minutes later with two other sheriff’s deputies in two vehicles. We had a reasonable discussion about it and they provided me with contact information for a DNR Conservation Warden, who I am following up with. They suggested the clouds were “normal” exhaust vapors crystallizing in cold air and I begged to differ as we all conceded that none of us were expert enough to speak with authority on the matter.
I strive to be a reasonable person and the research I have done into this issue over the last few days has helped me understand what I think is the core issue at hand: global dimming. The pollutants we release into the atmosphere are blocking the sun’s rays and, whether the three types of contrails:
) Short-lived, non-persistent contrail (SLNPC),
2) Persistent contrail, non-spreading (PCNS) ,
3) Persistent contrail, spreading (PCS)
discussed here are the result of “normal” jet exhaust vapors or intentional geoengineering, the end result is global dimming. There is robust debate ongoing as to whether or not the contrails we see are normal or, the result of more aggressive solar radiation management techniques, which include dispersing toxic aluminum, barium and strontium into the atmosphere.
I wondered about this as the sun went down over Ottawa Lake.
I love the big sky and returned to Ottawa Lake yesterday to pile more brush. I hadn’t noticed the contrails yet…
… but when I got down to the wetland I saw them again. I wanted to focus on one in particular and see how it evolved.
The winds were blowing strong out of the southwest and the contrail from this jet billowed out into a thick ribbon as it passed over my head.
The long cloud at the top of the picture below is the contrail from the jet shown in the video above.
I pondered the question all day while piling brush until my back started to give out and I was reminded of my old shoulder injury.
Maybe it’s just a coincidence that I received the SHADE motion picture dvd anonymously in the mail a few weeks ago. It looks at geoengineering from a geopolitical perspective.
It would take a miracle for me to prove that the contrails I saw the past few days over the Scuppernong River valley were “normal” or something more sinister. In either case, they did significantly block the sun and I think this impact is unacceptable.
I tried to ignore the contrails in the sunset…
See you at The Springs!