I've been watching the skies carefully here in northern Arizona for the past couple of weeks with special attention. The reason is a very unusual phenomenon I've been observing recently. You may not believe me, it sounds so outlandish, but it's really true. I've been observing a strange and unfamiliar color in the sky, I guess you might call it clear blue. That hasn't been the color of these skies most days for many years. Usually the trails of toxic spraying, well documented in articles, videos and chemical analyses at sites like www.geoengineeringwatch.org and www.globalskywatch.com, are all over our skies. Their hazy residues leave a grayish white color that often persists for most of the day. Relentless spraying has radically reduced the amount of sunlight, needed by all living creatures, that reaches the Earth's surface.
So it was surprising to me to see multiple clear days in a row, the kind Arizona used to be famous for before the spraying took over the weather and ruined most of the clear days. I am sure this program would not just be dropped after such massive commitment and investment in expanding it since the early 90's, and on a smaller scale for decades before that. I wondered, let's see what the founder of Global Skywatch, Russ Tanner, has to say, maybe he can shed some light on this mystery. With his permission, we recorded the resulting conversation, thinking you might be interested to see where it led. You can sit in on it this Sunday, and listen to where our discussion ended up going, which was way beyond just the 'chemtrails' question. It's all connected, of course, and the bigger picture is a lot like being in the middle of the most amazing sci-fi movie ever.