In April 2016, the Google searches for “chemtrails” reached a higher point than we’ve ever seen.
Supporting the idea that people are researching chemtrails more frequently because they are seeing them more frequently, there seem to be seasonal peaks in the search statistics. You can test it for yourself at Google Trends here.
The highest peaks include:
- April 2004
- April 2007
- June 2008
- April 2009
- January 2011
- January 2012
- October 2012
- April 2013
- April 2014
- May 2015
- April 2016
From this we might be able to infer that geoengineering activity took place in spring or winter for the last several years.
The peaks of Google search activity for “geoengineering” occurred at many of the same points as for“chemtrails.”
And here are the results for “geoengineering chemtrails.”
Clifford Carnicom’s 2005 documentary Aerosol Crimes must have been a contribution to the first two spikes.
As we pointed out in “The Geoengineering Escalation of 2016,” we can measure and track geoengineering activity, and we should grip onto that and use that as something we can do about this. Let’s stay active.
We recommend taking pictures of the trails at every single opportunity: track them, make observations, communicate with people and let’s figure out how to deal with this threat to our health and prosperity as the free human beings we should be.
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