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Fibers rain down from chemtrails in TX (revisited)

 
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Fibers rain down from chemtrails in TX (revisited)
Anyone in Central Texas notice any of this stuff in the air today? I did.

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Thread: Fibers rain down from Chemtrails in Texas

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Dear Jeff,

Here is an email I sent to Carol Carnicom along with some photo attachments. There are nine pictures all together and yahoo only allows 5 attachments, so I will be sending them in two different emails.

My family and I recently moved from the Dallas area in hopes that a small town atmosphere would lessen the impact of this stuff. I was completely wrong in my thinking, for it has only gotten worse. We are not far from Bush´s Crawford Ranch. As I mention in the letter below, please feel free to contact me. I only wish my photos captured how truly hideous this scene was.

The below was sent to Carnicom on 12-06-04:

I had showed the photos I sent you to some friends of mine, and they suggested I pass them on to Rense or someone who would have an interest. I remembered I had corressponded with you in the past and thought maybe Cliff would be interested.

I live in Hewitt Texas, which is a few miles south of Waco. These pictures were taken from an elementary school parking lot and some from my own yard.

It seems every day around here is a "spray day." On some days, though, this stuff literally rains down from the sky. I´ve seen it hanging for miles on the light posts along the highway.

It´s sad that I have to question whether my son should go out to play or whether to walk the dog. I´ve even thought to wear gloves to open the mailbox.

Needless to say, if samples were ever needed or further investigation into this should be warranted, I would be a willing contact.

Thank you for your time.
Sincerely,
Lisa

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Re: Fibers rain down from chemtrails in TX (revisited)
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Re: Fibers rain down from chemtrails in TX (revisited)
Everyone should look up balloon spiders on the net and they will see details and similar photographs. The spiders are just borne and extremely small, looking like dark lint particles in the fibers. The little guys spin the huge amounts of silk to catch in the wind and move them to less populated areas where they have less competition from their huge numbers of siblings. Large globs of the material can often be seen floating hundreds of feet in the air and hanging from trees and telephone poles like brilliant white Spanish Moss. Chemtrails are real, we have them here in Mississippi a lot, but this particular outbreak of "aerosol fibers" is purely natural.

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