Posted by: SoCal SkyWatch | April 12, 2011

Radioactive Cloud Colors: Mount Fuju In Red, Mount San Jacinto In Blue

Thursday, April 7, 2011 – Palm Springs, CA Late afternoon driving west on I-10, planes are seen leaving trails above the clouds over Mount San Jacinto. Chemtrails are frequently sprayed in this area. This time a bluish plume is drifting over the mountain tops and across Coachella Valley.

 

Is this a chemtrail or something else? [More aerosol spraying pictures from this day can be seen in the previous post, Strange Wave Formations & Chemtrail Cloud ‘Rips’ http://wp.me/p1exXp-7g.]

We know radiation is falling out across the country, but it is invisible and would not remain in a smooth plume all the way from Japan. In the 1990 film, “Dreams” by Akira Kurosawa, a man describes how they colored the radiation clouds as to identify the different alpha emitters.

 

@3:42
“The clouds.
…the red one. It’s plutonium-239.
10,000,000th of a gram causes cancer.
The yellow one is strontium-90.
It gets inside you… and causes leukemia.
The purple one is cesium-137.
It affects reproduction. It causes mutations.
It makes monstrosities.
Man’s stupidity is unbelievable.
Radioactivity was invisible.
And because of its danger, they colored it.
But that only lets you know which kind kills you.
Death’s calling card.”

Thanks to Randy’s Blog at Earth Changes and the Pole Shift for posting, “Japan’s future in a movie from the 90’s“.


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