Chemtrails: What are They and How You Can Protect Yourself From Them

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When it comes to asking people what they think about chemtrails, there are three probable answers you’re likely to get. Some people will say that chemtrails are a bunch of bull and that they aren’t real. A few others will say that they are real and are a threat to our health, and yet a third, and probably the largest group, will simply respond with “what is a chemtrail?”

Since most people are unaware of or are on the fence about what chemtrails are, here is a simple definition. Chemtrails are ‘contrails’ from planes that do not dissipate from the sky. Unlike conventional contrails, chemtrails will linger in the sky, and spread out, joining with other chemtrails to form a cloudy sky on days when actual clouds aren’t even in the sky. It’s even possible to see a “grid” in the sky made entirely of chemtrails. It is believed that these toxic, manmade clouds are very high in aluminum, as well as other hazardous heavy metals. There has been a lot of controversy over the last 20 years or so about what they are, why they are in our skies, and what they are comprised of.

It has been speculated by many that chemtrails are actually geoengineering our skies for some purpose unknown to us. Are we being purposely poisoned to satisfy some dark, global agenda? I’ve even heard that the chemtrails are good, and that without them we would succumb to ‘global warming’. There are also plenty of people who believe that chemtrails are not real and that they are just normal contrails, it’s the atmospheric conditions on any given day that determine whether the contrails dissipate immediately or linger for the entire day, creating a cloudy sky. I do wonder why some days there are no chemtrails at all, although more often than not, I look up a see the sky covered in chemtrails. You probably do too. No matter what you believe, or whom you listen to, the truth is that we don’t know what these lines are in the sky right above our heads, and we may never know why.

When questioned about chemtrails, government officials typically won’t entertain the question, but if they do respond, they say that chemtrails do not exist. However, recently NASA has admitted to chemtrails being real, as well as Germany. It’s also of interest that Monsanto has issued a patent for aluminum resistant seeds. Why would they need to do this? Perhaps this is due to the high aluminum content of the chemtrails overhead? It’s also possible to Google chemtrails and find plenty of images of them, with plenty of pictures comparing them to regular contrails. There are also a couple of excellent, award winning documentaries on chemtrails for those interested in educating themselves about this threat: Check out ‘What in the World are They Spraying?’ here: http://bit.ly/VvIUfw, and ‘Why in the World are They Spraying?’ here: http://bit.ly/VvJf1H.

The point of this post is not to convince you whether these toxic trails exist or not. I have been observing them for years and personally think they are real and are hazardous to my health. Although I took them to be real about 15 or 20 years ago, I was never more convinced of their existence than a year ago. Last summer, as I drove to work one morning, I say something sickening. As I headed east, toward the sunrise, about 7:30, I saw many chemtrails working to completely cover the rising sun. Perhaps most startling, I actually saw a plane leaving a chemtrail traveling towards the sunrise, and then, this plane did a U-turn, heading back West, still laying out a chemtrail. I noticed similar chemtrail coverage for many mornings as I drove to work. Why is this happening and why were they seemingly trying to block out the sunrise? I urge you to do your own research and decide for yourself whether chemtrails exist and whether you need to protect yourself and your loved ones from them.

Now that you know a little about these chemical clouds, what can we do to protect ourselves from them? Well, since it’s believed that chemtrails are high in aluminum, we can take a couple of things to protect ourselves against aluminum toxicity. First curcumin is very important as it’s probably the best nutrient known to prevent a toxic overload of aluminum in the body. A therapeutic dosage of curcumin would be 500 mg per day. Look for Curcumin 95, http://bit.ly/1jtIxdW it’s one of the most popular and effective forms of this potent spice. Next, take silica. Under normal conditions, aluminum is not easily removed from the body, but silica has been found to be quite effective at removing it. Look for the activated form of silica like this one: http://bit.ly/VQEbWn. Lastly, as chemtrails are likely high in other heavy metals, take something regularly that helps to gently remove these dangerous metals from your body. I take something called Humifulvate. Look for a product that contains 100% biomass of humic and fulvic acids like this one: http://bit.ly/1mxTmhM. In my opinion, this is the best way to consistently keep heavy metal accumulation at bay. It’s also very gentle on the body, and is safe for long-term use. It’s packed with essential and trace minerals and will not deplete your body of the minerals it needs, it will only remove the ones that are hazardous to your health.

Now it’s time for you to decide if chemtrails are real and if they pose a real threat to your health. Whether you believe they exist or not, it doesn’t hurt to add the above supplements to your regimen to make sure that you’re protected, just in case.

About the Author

Troy Pratt is a lifelong natural health enthusiast. After being inspired by his grandfather at the age of 12, he has gone on to study natural health and anti aging for over 3 decades. He is passionate about helping others to achieve great health and fight aging. Please visit him at http://www.antiaginghero.com.

Troy Pratt
Hi everyone! I have been studying natural health and anti aging since I was a teenager. I keep an open mind and love trying new supplements, super foods, and natural anti aging techniques. I live in Colorado and enjoy spending time outdoors with my Boston Terriers. Please feel free to reach out to me with questions at [email protected]