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NASA Satellite Imagery Reveals Shocking Proof of Climate Engineering

Friday, October 21, 2016 15:34
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October 22nd, 2016

By Dane Wigington

Guest writer for Wake Up World

As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. The photo images shown below were captured from NASA satellite sources, they are truly alarming. These images provide shocking and undeniable proof of the ongoing global climate engineering/geoengineering/solar radiation management assault on our planet and its life support systems. Highly toxic heavy metals and chemicals (that are systematically sprayed into our atmosphere from jet aircraft as part of the geoengineering/SRM programs) are manipulated with extremely powerful radio frequency signals. These signals are transmitted from countless locations around the globe from various types of transmission platforms (ionosphere heater installations like HAARP, SBX radar, NEXRAD, etc.). The impact of the microwave transmissions on cloud formations is profound and highly visible (square cloud formations are created under some scenarios).

In the series of NASA satellite images below, many variances of radio frequency cloud impacts can be observed. The degree to which ongoing climate engineering / intervention / weather warfare activity is disrupting Earth’s atmosphere and life support systems is already beyond catastrophic, and happening all over the globe.

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