As early as 1990, weather force specialists at the US Air Force Academy were hard at work studying how to chemically mix and lay “aerial obscuration” they called “chemtrails.”
By the late 1990s, aerial grids were being laid over chosen regions and cities of the US and other NATO nations.
In 1996, the military went public with two documents that publicly referenced what Project Cloverleaf was up to —
- 1. Pentagon paper: “Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025” in Air Force 2025, which called the chemical whitening effect “cirrus shading”
- 2. US Space Command’s “Vision for 2020,” calling for full spectrum dominance of space, land, sea and air.
In 1998, The Ontario ministry of the Environment (Canada) found seven times a safe limit for aluminum in the rain water samples. More and more citizens complained of sudden headaches, joint pains, dizziness, fatigue, acute asthma, gastrointestinal pain, coughs, and feverless symptoms.
In 2000, Project Cloverleaf went public in an offhanded way with a comment from an anonymous airline executive to an independent scientist, Clifford Carnicom, then the most visible scientist collecting data on the aerosol fallout over northern New Mexico.
According to this “Deep Throat,” the purpose of Project Cloverleaf was to allow commercial airlines to assist in releasing these chemicals into the atmosphere. Military jets simply could not keep up with so called “solar radiation management” (SRM) so the entire airline industry was being drafted in the name of national security.
Excerpts from Elena Freeland’s “Under an Ionized Sky: From chemtrails to space fence lock down”