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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Photos: Chemtrails Rain Killing Trees and Plants

I can hear all the cries of the city,
No time for pity for a growing tree.
There is a world of pain
In the falling rain
Around me.

"World of Pain", Cream

The article below chronicles exactly what I'm seeing in the San Francisco Bay, including my own backyard. Like the author of this article, I'm alarmed that few people seem to notice what's happening. But that's because the people doing this are working slowly enough that the death process is incremental.

I've all ready seen the explanation, in the media, that this is due to "global warming", including features about a book by Jim Robbins titled The Man Who Planted Trees: Lost Groves, Champion Trees, and an Urgent Plan to Save the Planet. To the chemtrails we can add the current spraying of pesticides against the manufactured crisis of West Nile Virus.

This certainly is a man-made phenomenon--but it's not you and I and our "carbon footprints" that are to blame, Still, we scapegoats will have to endure increasing "austerity" and "sustainability" measures as the people killing the planet pretend to be saving the planet.

Danger Chemtrails Rain Killing Trees and Plants

Revealed by A Truth Soldier

Below you will see photographs from the Halifax Nova Scotia area of horriffic damage to all plants and trees from the chemtrails rain.

Go hug a tree and have a close look at the leaves.. Then feel them.

The trees and plants flash died. They are dead and their colors are black, brown, yellow and even green. Yet the leaves are without life.. or moisture.

These photos were taken starting at the beginning of July before the hot days came and before the drought started.

You can learn much more by reading the note on the images below.

Go to this link for the complete downloaded able photo series. Click on first image then click on image and options will pop up.

There you can download the original huge hi resolution images. Then you can magnify those images up to ten times to see the really small details.

You can share and reuse these images for non corporate use only..

Chemtrails Sunset

I sent this in an email two months ago. Since then, the top halves of two ornamental pear trees on our block have turned reddish-brown.

I think that I shall never see
A poem lovely as a tree.

A tree whose hungry mouth is prest
Against the sweet earth's flowing breast;

A tree that looks at God all day,
And lifts her leafy arms to pray;

A tree that may in summer wear
A nest of robins in her hair;

Upon whose bosom snow has lain;
Who intimately lives with rain.

Poems are made by fools like me,
But only God can make a tree.
Joyce Kilmer

Rosalind Peterson describes a lot of tree die-off in northern California, where we are. You know it's not disinformation or exaggeration when you see it all around you.

On our block: We just cut down a 12-year-old dead Japanese maple tree and a young apple tree is showing disease. The outer branches of the pine cone-shaped plane tree across the street are now bending far outward into a fan shape. One pagoda tree is sprouting shoots near the ground (a bad sign). A 20-foot tree I can't identify is half deadwood. A lone majestic redwood a neighbor hates for dropping needles on his property ("Trees belong in forests!") has branches slowly bending down.

He'll be glad when it's cut down, I imagine.

And that's just the trees.

Peterson refers to "contrails". Perhaps she thinks that's more diplomatic or safer?