Posts Tagged ‘chemtrails’
According to local news reports, the fires in Russia are affecting air quality in Oregon. The Pacific Northwest is experiencing wildfires; one is Rooster Rock near Sisters, Oregon, and one in British Columbia but it is the fires in Russia that has us breathing this muck, not local ones. The air has been pretty bad here in the Eugene area in Lane County (mid-Willamette Valley) and the reason for that lousy air is mainly due to Russia’s fires. The Eugene-Springfield newspaper Register Guard reports:
The south valley skies are, instead, smudged by Russia’s killer wildfires that have burned 756 square miles, taken the lives of 50 people and destroyed one-fifth of Russia’s grain crop.
“You can see (smoke) on the satellite,” Wolfe said. “The prevailing wind is west-to-east. Follow the currents, and it puts it over here.”
“You see a wispy haze, very faint and thin but perceptible. It’s coming over across the Aleutian Peninsula, down across the Gulf of Alaska and right into our area,” he said.
The smoke rising from the Russian fires — the flaming forests and peat bogs — is soaring six miles into the stratosphere, according to the NASA Earth Observatory.
“At such heights, smoke is able to travel long distances to affect air quality far away,” according to the agency.
The southern end of the Willamette Valley is more than 5,400 miles from Moscow, where a cluster of the troublesome fires burn. The drought-fueled fires started in July and multiplied to 589 individual blazes scattered across the Russian countryside.
Smoke particulate — as measured here by Lane Regional Air Protection Agency nephelometers — spiked locally on Monday, which was the same day Russian President Dmitry Medvedev declared a state of emergency in seven regions of Russia.
Locally, the fine particulate peaked again on Thursday — but didn’t go high enough to cause respiratory problems, said Ralph Johnston, meteorologist at LRAPA.
“Our air quality is quite good,” he said. “The levels (of smoke) are low enough that I don’t think even sensitive folks would be looking at a problem.”
As usual, this agency downplays the effects fire, smoke, and other pollutants have on residents. I can’t believe he said “…even sensitive folks would [not] be looking at a problem.” Maybe they didn’t get any calls, after all, what’s the point, I’ve decided long ago, but I know that yesterday was particularly bad. I couldn’t go outside; had trouble breathing all day. Tried to go for my daily walk and just couldn’t do it. Too damn hard to breathe.
Naturally I’m not blaming local air quality tracking agencies for the fires here, in British Columbia or Russia. But I am frustrated with their continued glib attitude towards us “sensitive folk.”
Speaking of Russia, I feel for the people of Russia who are suffering and am praying for them. It is a horror on earth.
Details are very sketchy at this point, I heard this second hand, but I hope to talk to the witnesses soon. In the North Eugene area, three witnesses had a night time sighting of a very bright “brighter than a star” round object that moved about in the sky; witnesses observed it moving around for about 45 min. The object changed color having a multi colored effect. At one point a smaller reddish-orange orb shaped object seemed to have come out of the larger multi colored one and got closer to the witnesses, zooming and dancing around near the tree lines . . . as I say, I haven’t spoken with the witnesses directly, and it’s so far just a “more lights in the sky” kind of story. But I know the witnesses, and so does the person who told me about it, and I know they’re not making anything up for funzies. I do find it interesting a smaller object came out of the larger one; which fits into other reports of a similar nature.
Most of all, for myself, I always wonder: if it’s not ET, and not some kind of paranormal-portal visiting entity, etc. then it’s ours. So if it’s man made, and ours, what’s that all about? What’s it doing up there, what’s it doing in a populated area in a smallish to medium sized city, what’s it doing there behaving both covertly (cover of night) and yet overtly (colored lights, either unaware of, or not caring about, being seen.)
Another possibility: someone’s remote controlled toy, but I don’t see why someone would be standing out there in the cold, dark drizzle playing around with something like that, and why the two objects, though anything’s possible.
Of course, the witnesses stood around for 45 min. watching the thing… so if a person is motivated enough, and an Oregonian, cool night air and some rain isn’t going to bother you.
Hopefully I can get more info soon.
Took these images during my walk by the river in Skinner’s Butte park today. This message was at the end of the bridge on the Valley River side:
On my way back, I noticed the same message at the other end. A couple of weeks ago, I noted a large hand painted sign on a fence in the park, not far from the bridge, warning us of the NWO, mind control, and other related subjects, with the urgent note to Goggle these topics. I also noticed, stuck pretty high up on a light pole, a sticker warning us of the dangers of mind control and electronic harassment. I’ll go back in the next day or two and see if I can find those images; if I do, I’ll post them here.
The sky today was interesting. Here’s a sort of lenticular type cloud; which we don’t see around here very often. In fact, I saw my first one last spring, and my husband told me he saw one the other day.
It doesn’t show up as well in the image; it was more distinct with the naked eye.
Yesterday, there were trails, and I said to myself “The sky is moving” (well, duh, of course it does) but there was a huge “spliffer” as we call them up there, a bit low, and it was just the way the wind was moving, was moving the entire trail. Not blowing bits of it here and there or blowing it away — just moving it. Eerie effect.
Today though, wowza! The sky was covered in trails; big X’s, checkerboard or squares, and loops. Circles. And, just to top things off, an oily square patch of rainbow colored something or another. The rainbow colored patch was barely visible with the naked eye, but I could see it very well through my huge dorky yellow non-glare sunglasses that fit over my prescription pair. I’ve seen that before a couple of times; one being about eight years ago; there was a huge rectangular oily rainbow patch in the sky; it was so weird people actually were stopping and looking at it. For some reason, there were also a lot of helicopters out that day and just general sky-weirdness.
I took a few images with the digital this evening (shown here) but they’re nothing big; just a few lonely trails still being made up there. The haze is here and you can see remnants of the earlier activity.
On the drive back from McMinnville — we were there for the 10th Annual UFO Festival — to Eugene, we saw a lot of chemtrails. I wished we had the digital out (not too intelligently, it was in the trunk.) Some strange ones too; two that bent down, like an elbow, to the ground, and a third one joined them as I was watching.
Today in Eugene, the sky was full of chemtrials. There was a “chem bow” — an ugly brownish yellowish ring around the sun. I was at work and couldn’t very well just start taking pictures. I did notice however that some people looked up, just staring for a few moments (many of these were children) at the sky. I overheard a few say there was a “rainbow” in the sky.
Looking up, I noticed once again, how damn high up these white planes are. Sometimes they’re so high up they’re almost invisible.
Below are some snaps I took of chemtrails a couple of years ago in Eugene.