The era of stratospheric geoengineering: Chemtrails, greenhouse-grown organic food, and the future of planet earth

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With all the information coming out in recent years about geoengineering, or chemtrails, we must begin to ask ourselves certain questions about the impacts on our health, our food, and our planet. There are obvious human-health-related and planetary-ecosystem-related implications to being “crop-dusted” with heavy metals and chemicals daily. Let’s also ask ourselves an imperative question here: When we buy “organic” food, are we really buying what we think we’re buying (i.e. pure, nutrient dense food)?

Defining healthfully-grown food in the geoengineering era

Is the “organic” label really worth as much as years past, before heavy and daily geoengineering? Organic food is grown without the use of pesticides, which is good for us and for the planet. However, organic crops, like conventional crops, are grown in open fields under open sky. Since geoengineering occurs over nearly every country in the world, these so-called organic crops are indeed grown free of pesticides, but not free of the harmful heavy metals such aluminum and barium and the unknown pathogens in the aerosol that fall on them from the sky nearly every single day.

Geoengineering defined

What is geoengineering, and why is it so bad? Stratospheric aerosol geoengineering is a climate modification program being conducted by major world powers. The program is executed is by spraying microscopic toxic metal aerosol particles into the atmosphere via the use of unmarked jet aircraft. This spraying occurs above all the continents, and has the stated goal of weather control and slowing global warming. Aluminum and barium, which comprise the particles in the spray, are highly toxic to living organisms and bio-regions. Stratospheric aerosol spraying also disturbs the hydrological cycle of the planet, shrinks the atmosphere, promotes the proliferation of fungi, drives species to extinction, fills the world’s oceans with toxic particulate heavy metals which disturb aquatic ecosystems, and destroys our planet’s ozone layer. In other words, stratospheric geoengineering is wrecking the planet and human and animal health.

Solutions at a crossroads

Clearly, the human race is at a crossroads. We must approach the problems we face by either eliminating the problem (chemtrail spraying or geoengineering) at the source, or find a work-around to bypass or at least partially sidestep the problem temporarily (greenhouse-grown organics). At best, however, any work-around solution is essentially just a stopgap. The problem itself must be addressed at the source if humanity and the planet’s ecosystems are to survive and thrive. That means that we must work together to address the chemtrail issue and get the spraying stopped if we are to have a future.

In the meantime, however, the food-related solution to this ongoing problem appears to simple in concept. If food is grown in an enclosed space, under cover, or in a greenhouse, it and the soil it’s grown in escape contamination from poisons from the sky. Food grown in this manner, in this era of stratospheric geoengineering, would truly be deserving of the organic label. Food grown in this manner would also be potent in mineral and nutrient content, as nature intended, and would provide real nourishment for body and soul.

Sources for this article include:

http://www.organicgardening.com/learn-and-grow/tending-greenhouse

http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org

http://www.mediafreedominternational.org

http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org

Source: http://www.naturalnews.com/041133_geoengineering_chemtrails_organic_food.html#ixzz2YfmNrr7Q

14 Responses to The era of stratospheric geoengineering: Chemtrails, greenhouse-grown organic food, and the future of planet earth

  1. mrs staley says:

    I was lucky enough to be raised on a very natural, mostly vegetarian and mostly organic diet, at least until the age of ten. I try very hard now to replicate that for my children by buying as much organic as I can. If the case is now that even organic is poisonous, what can I do to know that I am feeding my children the best foods? How can we fight this? There has to be a global outcry!

  2. mark lancaster says:

    Have you not seen the underground cities for the elite being built with air and water purification and hydroponic systems. They always take care of themselves

  3. Jennifer D. says:

    This was a very interesting article. I was wondering if you would be willing to do an on camera SKYPE interview with me. I am interested in making a Chemitrail Awareness video.

  4. craig says:

    If we were to move to a place in the world, where would there be a place with no geo engineering chem trails or a place that would be less. Or is it already too late to move as CA is a death trap now.

  5. rainie says:

    It sounds to me like genocide, on a world wide scale. What hope do “they”,the ones responsible, have for themselves and their family surviving in a world not capable of sustaining human life?

  6. JR says:

    Here in Southwest N.M. USA bad super spray day. We have rain clouds today but they won’t last with these evil creatures flying around. It would have to be an act of God before all this evil that surrounds us ends. No if and but scenario from the looks of it. We will be out of here in a blink of an eye and the deniers can keep this Earth, they’ll burn in Hell anyways when the end comes. Read the word, the naysayers will have fire and brimstone to munch on, huh, huh….No one mocks our Lord and lives in glory forever…

  7. Greg Smith says:

    Whether the global climate is warming or cooling, or whether the atmosphere is becoming contaminated with heavy metals – which in turn contaminate the air, the soil and the water supplies – if any of these cases are true – and the scope is global in application – then the demand for cessation or intervention must also be global in nature – since the programs doing this damage are also global in governance.

    Please explain how a global outcry against any or all of these horrors and their perpetrators – from the masses – is going to bring about cessation of these programs – or intervention against these programs and their administrators together.

    How does protest from the global masses (even in a majority) move those aside who are orchestrating and governing such a genocide?

    When, in history, has an outcry from the masses of human beings ever had a global effect on global governors? How did such an outcry and protest manifest itself?

    Greg Smith

  8. Andrew Pring says:

    Getting such small amounts of heavy metals into the soil from 40,000 feet is unbelievably inefficient. We have done so much better when we were putting lead in petrol and burning it a few inches from the ground. That was acceptable for growing food and lead was only banned because it was being breathed in by our children.

  9. Bella_Fantasia says:

    In crowded but wealthy Singapore there are high rise hydroponic covered gardens for edible produce. The lettuce and vegetables looked outstanding. Getting all the heavy metals, fungus and molds out of the soil and water would be essential in the long term. I’m not sure how that would be accomplished.

    With the fish and oceans dying and factory farming an unsustainable horror, being nourished will become more of a challenge. I’m truly sorry for today’s children.

  10. manor dweller says:

    composting your soil within a greenhouse would help in creating a micro environment to grow health giving vegetables and avoid toxins from the atmosphere

  11. Pamela says:

    Bob Dennett makes a very good point.

  12. David Tulis says:

    Dane, thank you for all your hard work.

  13. Bob Dennett says:

    That was meant to say;

    I do not agree with the premise of greenhouse growing being free of the heavy metals because greenhouse growing still needs water and, unless that water is collected from a chemical/heavy metal free source, the crops will still be contaminated albeit to a slightly lesser degree.

  14. Bob Dennett says:

    I do not agree with the premise of greenhouse growing being free of the heavy metals because greenhouse growing still needs water and, unless that water is collected from a chemical/heavy metal source, the crops will still be contaminated albeit to a slightly lesser degree.

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