Chemtrail Insider Makes Contact – The Beginning of the End?
[While this only covers a small portion of the chemtrail program and doesn't include the massive military operations, it's at least a step in the right direction. Even if it's a decoy or partial truth it'll get people looking more closely. It does sound authentic, but again, the bigger program dwarfs the commercial flight involvement. - Zen]
Friends, I have been contacted by an anonymous insider of the covert Solar Radiation Program some call Geoengineering and others call CHEMTRAILS. They have shared what certainly appears to be genuine information that will vindicate the many ” Conspiracy Theorists ” often lampooned by the media and stonewalled with institutional denial. The sky has dramatically changed as the incremental program has increased to full visible operation. Jets can leave contrails, which should dissipate rapidly and not persist and expand into clouds blocking out the sun. The geoengineering public plan is to cool the planet by reflecting the suns rays by bouncing off the reflective nano particles of aluminium…& other toxins. ( if the block is not complete- acts as a blanket to trap heat in and warm up) here is a link to more info at http://mrmaxbliss.wordpress.com/2013/08/
The emails sent to me by the anonymous informant certainly appear genuine and as we continued our trust developed.
Here is the first email, at times I will omit some info that may be too sensitive and paraphrase where required.
The time has come to come clean. Hopefully what I write here will help end the world-wide atrocity that I have been a part of. I know that what I say will shock many, but seeing that you seem to be almost there with uncovering the truth, the sooner this is out in the open the better.
So you know, I am a management pilot with one of the carriers that has figured in your videos; I am involved in the regulatory side of things, which is required because since just about everything we do in these spraying programs is illegal according to the CAA and JAA regulations, if a pilot becomes aware of what we are doing he or she will come to me first and I, supposedly, take it from there. Surprisingly very few of our pilots have become aware of the program, but your videos have alarmed the small group of managers I report to, and I fear the cat may soon be out of the bag.
At first I thought you had actually cracked it. From your latest videos you have accurately identified the method of getting the Al2O3 into the atmosphere, but not where it is stored. Right in the middle of most airliners, apart from the very short range ones, is the CWT or centre-wing fuel tank. As aircraft are fuelled, the tanks in the wings are always fuelled first to preserve what is know as favourable wing bending moments. Unless the aircraft is scheduled for a long-range flight, the centre wing tanks are empty and can be isolated if required by the use of shut-off and cross-feed valves.
Doing it this way allows us to accurately load the right amount of the material and avoid overloading the aircraft, which is a safety risk, particularly on take off. You are correct about the TMA. Other methods of delivery required too much in the way of pumps and switches, which meant too many people would notice what was going on. Under the guise of fitting an inerting system, which is automatic and has no cockpit controls, we can pressurize the CWT enough so that once a simple valve is actuated remotely, the TMA is drawn through the lines by the pressure differential and flows into the exhaust where it does its thing. And doing it this way has only one drawback, it limits “spray flights” by us and other airlines to shorter range flights but that is just a matter of scheduling and logistics.
Really the only people who need to be involved are the people who empty the honey-cart who must purge the TMA system after use; they are required to wear protective clothing for the honeycart job which also covers them for accidental exposure to TMA; and the refuellers who must configure the fuel system from a panel under the wing; have you ever wondered why most refuelling systems have two pipes attached to the wings?
Extraneous weight issues are handled by a small team of flight dispatchers, who exclusively handle the spraying flights. Some time before each flight they check the destination, alternate and departure airports, the planned loads and make sure that the prevailing winds will guarantee that the runways most likely to be used have a performance safety “pad” that will compensate for the extra weight that the pilots are unaware of. If there is any doubt then the TMA will not be loaded. Some other safety precautions include adjusting FMC stall margin values so the pilots do not climb too high for their REAL weight which could cause a high altitude stall. One of the ways we realised that was a problem was graphically illustrated back in 2009. Guess what I am talking about…