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Manx Runner and Chem Trails

When the chem trails began after the crop circle "Manx Runner" surfaced in fields of England. I immediately saw the attached pic in my mind, knowing that if we infused HCO3 into our acidic atmosphere it would neutralize it shifting the ph. The only residual would be water of course, something the atmosphere is deplete of.

We can't deny what we all see in our skies. Many people are experiencing illness directly proportional to these events, but I do not think that it is intentional. It is more out of ignorance on the part of those behind it. Barium chloride is the logical answer to explain these lingering plumes of cloud that methodically map a vertical descent through the sulfuric acidic breath of our atmosphere. What emerges is the solidity and insolubility of Barium sulfate, non-poisonous as the other compounds. But, amidst the hydrocarbon clutter and lingering toxic clouds of debris in the air, as this reaction takes place what new bonding of dangerous compounds are being formed, what noxious gases? Could that be the reason for the illnesses so many people suffer? Irrational? Hysterical? I don't think so.

Within our worldly domain and its current situation I think the chem trail phenomenon should be re-evaluated. Perhaps our government, the Illuminati or however you want to refer to them, was privy to something we are not. Maybe the threat of chemical and biological warfare is the reason they are trying to shift the ph in our atmosphere, let alone the ozone depletion being a motivating factor. Correcting the ph, the water factor, would disable the perpetrator or his potential for destruction as he would therefore be unable to breach the semi-permeable protective barrier.

As many reports and analysis indicate Barium Sulfate is the precipitate being isolated in areas of the chem trails, then it is highly likely to be the truth. This is a residual of the chemical reaction between sulfuric acid and barium chloride. Barium sulfate is the precipitate and it has many interesting properties of which I won't interject here. But, I will say it has duo value or another agenda with regard to the strange phenomenon occurring in the skies. It is opaque to x-rays and is used as a contrast medium as a diagnostic tool. I will go so far as to say, it is being used as a cloaking device.

The problem is not with the reason they do it, but the end result of the effects it creates in the atmosphere. It shifts the ph only temporarily due to the fact that it is insoluble. They cannot alter the acidic atmosphere without first adding water. Our imbalance is suffered due to the water factor alone.

What the scientists and our government should be releasing is hydrogen carbonate. The residual here would be water and it would enable the breakdown of hydrocarbons. It is the one factor that will stabilize the atmosphere and environment and protect all life forms from any invasion. If they would just think logically about the ultimate goal here they would isolate the answer. Water is the basis for all matter and it is the disequilibrium of this one molecule which makes us vulnerable to any external force. Permeability can only be violated due to an inborn error, and once that can be corrected no invasion can manifest.

Should you ever isolate an individual who will admit the truth about the chem trails and who may have some impact on those allowing it, maybe you could suggest they use something less harmful then Barium chloride. Hydrogen carbonate would be my choice as its function would have the same meaning which is applied to the Manx Runner.

Oh, we will always find the ground beneath our feet, but will we have the strength to keep moving.....

I would like to make a later comment on some of the other analysis being done and what they are finding. For instance, the red blood cells do tell tale of yet another story....


- Blanche McLanahan.


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