Chemtrails: An Updated Look at Aerosol Toxins

Chemtrails: An Updated Look at Aerosol Toxins
Part 1.
©By Dr. Ilya Sandra Perlingieri
Feb. 3, 2011

January 22, was the first Chemtrails Awareness Day. For those of us who, for years, have been researching these aerosol toxins that continue to be sprayed on us, it was a day to redouble our efforts once again to educate those who have not been paying attention to the momentous changes in our skies.

Just look up! We rarely have full days of real sunshine. Instead, now we have 20% less sun, and mostly a blanket of artificial “clouds” filled with toxins. This is due to illegal Weather Modification programs that have never had any official public discussion. Our air quality, over the past 12-15 years, has declined dramatically. Do we really think we are immune to these poisonous effects?

If one connects the dots as to how this has affected our well being, all we need do is see how illness has increased significantly in humans, animals, and plant life (in short, all living things). Millions of people are getting sicker, not better. What has happened is staggering in implications for all life on this planet. Yet, despite two documentaries, the important and vital research contributions of Clifford Carnicom, various Skywatch and other citizens groups’ concerns, Dr. R. Michael Castle’s 2007 Unified Atmospheric Preservation Act (stalled in Congress), and possibly thousands of calls and letters to those in charge, US public officials and agencies continue to either ignore our real concerns or dismiss them as unfounded. There has been absolutely NO accountability and NO precaution. Instead, lies and deceit abound. This cannot continue. How many more days do we want to be poisoned?

A new preliminary draft report by Arizona Skywatch shows dramatic increases in heavy metals that simply do not belong in our air. NOTE: The level of Manganese is so shockingly high that Arizona Skywatch also included additional information about it (see below). This report will be posted online shortly. Here are the republication results. [NOTE: the Manganese and Copper ratio.]

This is only a preliminary overview of Arizona air particulates.

2010 Air Particulates

These figures indicate how many times they are over the “allowable” toxic limit:

Aluminum: 15.8

Antimony: 63.3 [This is not a typo]

Arsenic: 418 [This is not a typo]

Barium: 5.3

Cadmium: 6

Chromium: 6.4

Copper: 9

Iron: 43.5 [This is not a typo]

Lead: 15.7

Manganese: 513.8 [This is not a typo]

Nickel: 10.7

Zinc: 7.5

These figures show that there is no air “quality” [a word meaning: excellence or worth]; but instead, there is a combination of hazardous metals permeating the air. These toxins do NOT belong in the air we are breathing. In fact, if precaution were accurately factored in, the “allowable” toxic limit should be ZERO. Due to the extremely high level of Manganese, Arizona Skywatch also includes the following information on this metal: We are looking at a few metals that are without question harmful to health and environment, such Al [Aluminum] and Ba [Barium]. The third year of air particulate collection and analysis shows lower Al and Ba but still much higher than rated as safe. Manganese [Mn] continues to be extremely high for 2010. The full report for 2010 is not complete, but do not be fooled by the idea that Iron or Mn are harmless –there are defined health impacts with high intake. Not all the Manganese being ingested will be from food, fine particles of Manganese passes through blood-brain barrier and can be deposited. [For how this happens, see Mark Purdy’s research below.]


Manganese is a pinkish-gray, chemically active element. It is a hard metal and is very brittle. It is easily oxidized. Manganese is reactive when pure; and as a powder it will burn in oxygen. It reacts with water (it rusts like iron) and dissolves in dilute acids.


Manganese is essential to iron and steel production. At present, steel making accounts for 85% to 90% of the total demand. Manganese is a key component of low-cost stainless steel formulations and certain widely used aluminum alloys. Manganese dioxide is also used as a catalyst. Manganese is used to decolorize glass and make violetcolored glass. Other compounds that find applications are:

Manganese oxide (MnO) and Manganese carbonate (MnCO3): the first goes into fertilizers and ceramics and the second is the starting material for making other Manganese compounds.

Manganese in the environment

Manganese is one of the most abundant metals in soils, where it occurs as oxides and hydroxides, and it cycles through its various oxidation states. Manganese occurs principally as pyrolusite (MnO2), and to a lesser extent as rhodochrosite (MnCO3). More than 25-million tons are mined every year, representing 5-million tons of the metal, and reserves are estimated to exceed 3-billion tons of the metal. The main mining areas for Manganese ores are South Africa, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Gabon, and Australia. Manganese is an essential element for all species. Some organisms, such as diatoms, mollusks and sponges, accumulate Manganese. Fish can have up to 5 ppm and mammals up to 3 ppm in their tissue, although normally they have around 1 ppm.

Health effects of manganese

Manganese is…very common [and] can be found everywhere on earth. Manganese is one out of three toxic essential trace elements, which means that it is not only necessary for humans to survive, but it is also toxic when too-high concentrations are present in a human body. [Author’s bold] When people do not live up to the recommended daily allowances, their health will decrease. But when the uptake is too high, health problems will also occur. The uptake of Manganese by humans mainly takes place through food, such as spinach, tea, and herbs. The foodstuffs that contain the highest concentrations are grains and rice, soybeans, eggs, nuts, olive oil, green beans, and oysters. After absorption in the human body Manganese will be transported through the blood to the liver, the kidneys, the pancreas, and the endocrine glands. Manganese effects occur mainly in the respiratory tract and in the brain. [Author’s bold] Symptoms of Manganese poisoning are hallucinations, forgetfulness and nerve damage. Manganese can also cause Parkinson’s, lung embolism, and bronchitis. When men are exposed to Manganese for a long period of time, they may become impotent. A syndrome that is caused by Manganese has symptoms such as schizophrenia, dullness, weak muscles, headaches, and insomnia. Because Manganese is an essential element for human health, shortages of Manganese can also cause health effects [and include]: obesity; glucose intolerance; blood clotting; skin problems; lowered cholesterol levels; skeletal disorders; birth defects; changes of hair color; and neurological symptoms. Chronic Manganese poisoning may result from prolonged inhalation of dust and fumes. The Central Nervous System [CNS] is the chief site of damage from the disease, which may result in permanent disability.

Symptoms include: languor; sleepiness; weakness; emotional disturbances; spastic gait; recurring leg cramps; and paralysis. [AUTHOR NOTE: How many people who have caused “public” disturbances and/or have “behavioral outbursts” are actually suffering from environmental chemical brain injury, due to poisoning from heavy metals or other toxic chemicals, but are being treated like criminals? ISP] A high incidence of pneumonia and other upper respiratory infections has been found in workers exposed to dust or fumes of Manganese compounds. Manganese compounds are experimental equivocal tumorigenic agents. Environmental effects of manganese Manganese compounds exist naturally in the environment as solids in the soils and small particles in the water. Manganese particles in air are present in dust particles. These usually settle to earth within a few days. Humans enhance Manganese concentrations in the air by industrial activities and through burning fossil fuels. Manganese that derives from human sources can also enter surface water, groundwater, and sewage water. Through the application of Manganese pesticides, Manganese will enter soils. For animals, Manganese is an essential component of over 36 enzymes that are used for the carbohydrate, protein, and fat metabolism. With animals that eat too little Manganese, interference of normal growth, bone formation, and reproduction will occur. For some animals, the lethal dose is quite low, which means they have little chance to survive even smaller doses of Manganese when these exceed the essential dose. Manganese substances can cause lung, liver and vascular disturbances, declines in blood pressure, failure in development of animal fetuses, and brain damage. When Manganese uptake takes place through the skin, it can cause tremors and coordination failures. Finally, laboratory tests with test animals have shown that severe Manganese poisoning should even be able to cause tumor development with animals. In plants, Manganese ions are transported to the leaves after uptake from soils. When too little Manganese can be absorbed from the soil this causes disturbances in plant mechanisms. For instance disturbance of the division of water to hydrogen and oxygen, in which Manganese plays an important part. Manganese can cause both toxicity and deficiency symptoms in plants. When the pH of the soil is low, Manganese deficiencies are more common. Highly toxic concentrations of Manganese in soils can cause swelling of cell walls, withering of leaves, and brown spots on leaves. Deficiencies can also cause these effects. Between toxic concentrations and concentrations that cause deficiencies a small area of concentrations for optimal plant growth can be detected.

In addition to this information by Arizona Skywatch, there is also the important, but little-known independent scientific research done by the late Mark Purdy. He spent decades investigating, tracking, and testing soils around the world for heavy metals and what happens when human intervention changes the earth’s natural metals balance. Purdy, who was also a devoted organic farmer, showed that the toxicity of organophosphate compounds used in the UK as sheep-dip pesticides were linked to the BSE [Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy] epidemic. He also documented that Manganese particles in the air come from both natural geological sources AND military munitions, sonic [jet planes] and/or electromagnetic stimuli, and “metallic nano-clusters” or nanoparticles [such as nano-particles of fibercoated Aluminum found in Chemtrails] “provide the driving force” that explain “the underlying mechanism which promotes the…pathology of TSEs.” Purdy documented that a high dose of Manganese and the resultant low dose of Copper [see ArizonaSkywatch figures above] may be the cause of BSE and other forms gathered under the nomenclature TSEs [Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy]. This also includes the human form of TSEs, variant Creuzfeldt.

Jacob Disease [often knows as vCJD]. His independent research is persuasive. Purdy notes: Intensive exposures to natural and artificial sources of infrasonic acoustic shockwaves (tectonic disturbances, supersonic turbojets, etc.) have been observed in ecosystems supporting mammalian populations blighted by clusters of traditional and new variant strains of TSEs. But TSEs will only emerge in those ‘infrasound-rich’ environments which are simultaneously predisposed to specific environmental factors that induce a high Manganese (Mn) low Copper (Cu)/low zinc (Zn) ration in brains of local mammalian populations. Purdy cites three issues that were responsible for the epidemic outbreak of BSE in the UK: “Copper chelating insecticides; intense infrashock waves from turbojet aircraft (which metamorphoses the atomic structure of Manganese) and causes the third issue: Once Manganese changes, due to this shock, a “sleeping prion” comes into the scene to create havoc. He also writes: “the socalled ‘infectivity’ of the prion is a misnomer and should be correctly defined as the magnetic/‘reactive’ free-radical generating capacity of the Mn 3+ component of the prion.”TSE diseases are caused by prions –the body’s proteins that fold abnormally– and corrupt the surrounding molecules. Purdy further notes that there are “numerous flaws in the conventional consensus on the origins of BSE…[and] environmental perspectives of TSEs [were] entirely excluded by research programs to date [2002] …An impartial study of the epidemiology of BSE/vCJD suggests that the conventional consensus on the origins of BSE/vCJD is severely flawed.”The erroneous news reported internationally was that these so-called BSE cows became infected from eating feed with parts of dead sheep that were infected with scrapie. [A question never asked: Why were herbivorous animals given any feed containing other animal’s carcasses?] First reported in 1985, by 1993 35,533 were reported to have mad-cow disease, aka BSE. NOTE: In the UK, about 6-million cows born before 1994 were slaughtered. BSE was not tracked in the US.

This is yet another governmental failure: what isn’t tracked, then isn’t a problem.

How does the increasing use of the secret HAARP [High Active Auroral Research Program] arrays around the world (not just in Alaska) link to the causes and increases in TSEs? HAARP can be included in what Purdy calls “tectonic disturbances.” These have also been on a significant rise over the past decade. Also, how do the Weather-Modified ELF artificial clouds link to these neurodegenerative diseases that also include ALS [Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gherig’s Disease, and Parkinson’s Disease]? Purdy also notes that TSEs: can be linked to a solar charged battery on continuous charge; where the Mn [Manganese] contaminated/Cu [Copper] depleted circadian pathways absorb and pile up, rather than conducting the vital life force energies of incoming ultra-violet, acoustic and geomagnetic radiation. Instead of harnessing these energies for the body’s own biorhythmic requirements, an infrasonic shock induced metamorphosis of the Mn atom intervenes; initiating an explosive free-radical mediated pathogenesis that perverts the healthy pathways of sound and light; Cu prions are replaced by ‘hyperpolarized’ Mn prions that seed self perpetuating ‘cluster bombs’ of radical mediated neurodegeneration. TSE ensues.

Mark Purdy was awarded the 1997 Nobel Prize for his discoveries.

His research has been confirmed by Auburn University. How many more people in cities, towns, communities around the US, North and South America, Europe, and Australia are breathing air every day that is so hazardous to our very survival? Given our daily and deadly chemical, heavy metals, hormone disruption and ELF/plasma exposure, we must completely revise the so-called “official allowable toxic limit” for humans and other living things. As mentioned above, these “limits” should be ZERO.

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