Posted by: SoCal SkyWatch | December 7, 2010

‘Tis the season for massive spraying…

Welcome to Southern California Sky Watch!
I’ve been posting chemtrail documentaries for the past year on my YouTube Channel SoCalSkyWatch. Twenty-thousand views, thanks for watching!
There’s been so much activity in the sky, I feel I need to report the “Daily Chemtrail”.

December 2010 has been a very heavy spaying season so far. It was like this last year at this time too.

Oh, the weather outside is FRIGHTFUL!

Friday, November 27th, 2009 – Views of the sky over shopping centers in Encinitas, Vista, San Marcos, Escondido & San Diego, CA. Shoppers are greeted with an early morning cover of stringy chem clouds and continuous assault of planes tagging lines of pollution across the horizon. No kids, that’s not Santa’s sleigh making it’s rounds to the outlet malls. Those are not contrails either. Contrails do not start and stop, nor should they expand or linger in the sky.

Whatever is being dispersed into the upper atmosphere, it is criminally wrong to do so without our knowledge. This is the air we breath and we have the right not to be gassed on a daily basis.

Who is flying these planes? Who authorized this? What is this for? What is being sprayed over populated areas? How can this be good for us? How much longer are we going to allow this to continue?

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Responses

  1. “Black Friday 2009 Chemtrails Over Shopping Malls” video music:
    “Telekinetic Warriors” by Intermix
    from the album, “Future Primitives”
    http://www.mindphaser.com/index.php?page_id=342


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