by Mike Blair
EXCLUSIVE TO THE SPOTLIGHT
21 June 2001
Just what exactly are those mysterious airplane vapor trails seen
filling America's (and Canada's) skies?
A group of independent investigators may
have the answer. In a series of high-tech programs that would
enthrall the most dedicated science fiction fans, the military is
producing what have become known as "chemtrails" - the thick,
viscous airplane engine trails that have been poisoning the air and
ground with toxic chemicals. For two years, The SPOTLIGHT has been
in contact with experts in fields ranging from medicine to nuclear
energy who have been investigating the mysterious trails left by
airplanes in skies all over America and in many foreign countries.
These "tracks" in the skies, believed to be left by a combination of
military and civilian aircraft drawn into the massive, multi-billion
dollar program, are unlike regular high-flying aircraft's vapor
trails. Instead of dissipating rapidly, these so-called "chemtrails"
mesh together for hours and are often mistaken for natural clouds.
The principal chemical being deposited in the air consists of
various mixtures of barium salts, which were revealed in studies
undertaken by a Pennsylvania-based high-tech weapons scientist.
Chemicals, he said, were being utilized
as part of the development of a new radar system at Wright-Patterson
Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. The base will be the site of a
public demonstration on Saturday, 23 June 2001, starting at 1 p.m.
under the sponsorship of Ohio Citizens Against Chemtrails, headed by
Kim Weber, one of the citizens working on the chemtrail
The rally will be attended by hundreds
of people from across the nation who are concerned about these
poisons being dumped out of the sky onto millions of people on the
Considerable effort has been put into chemtrail research by a
physicist who has been associated with Brookhaven National
Laboratory on Long Island, N.Y.
The scientist, with his fellow
researchers, has determined that the chemtrails are being created by
efforts of the military in at least four major, but separate,
The first project is an
effort to block the rays of the sun from hitting the Earth,
including ultra-violet radiation that will come through without
an adequate layer of ozone in the upper regions above the Earth.
In the event of global warming, this, it is hoped, could lower
temperatures on the surface of the Earth and block ultra-violet
radiation from causing skin cancer in humans.
The aerosol being sprayed in this
case is probably aluminum oxide or a compound that would have
similar properties, and is the only one of the government
programs that does not use the barium mixtures.
The second and most secret
project is the Navy's Radio Frequency Mission Planner
(RFMP) program, which is a system encompassing a group of
computer programs. One of its supporting subprograms is know as
Variable Terrain Radio Parabolic Equation or VTRPE.
This is a computer radio frequency propagation program that
deals with radio waves and enables the RFMP system to visually
see the terrain of a battlefield in three dimensions on a
The RFMP system also depends on a
satellites to supplement the images of a battlefield picture
obtained from the ground, thus producing the 3-dimensional
images. In providing an interactive picture portraying in the
radar screen, the RFMP system allows the computer operator to
develop familiarity with the "environment" before a war mission
occurs by playing a variety of "what if?" virtual warfare
scenarios on his computer screen.
Since all major modes of radio
frequency propagation are modeled in his computer (the RFMP
system), special, sometimes counter-intuitive, cases can be
examined in detail and exploited during a battle. Initially, the
VTRPE computer program only worked accurately over water and
along coastal areas but not over land masses because the
system's radar waves required an atmospheric condition known as
"ducting," over land, to operate accurately.
This "ducting" problem was solved by releasing an aerosol, a
mixture of barium salts into the atmosphere over the United
States. Thus, they can make an atmospheric radio frequency
"duct" with a base of barium aerosol released from aircraft.
One of the researchers, the physicist from Brookhaven, explained
how the process works: The chemical and electrical
characteristics of the mixture cause moisture to stay in the
The aerosol sets up an electrical
and chemical environmental that supports RF ducting for the RFMP/VTRPE
"The mixture of barium salt from
the aerosol when sprayed in a straight line will also
provide a ducting path form point A to point B and will
enable high frequency communications along that path, even
over the curvature of the Earth, in both directions," he
said. "Enemy high frequency communications can be monitored
easier with the straight line A to B ducting medium."
The third project also
utilizes the mixture of barium salts in the atmosphere and
involves weather control. It is a project of the AIR Force and
utilizes concepts of radio frequency radiation, developed
originally by legendary scientist
Nikola Tesla, against the
ionosphere above the Earth. Known as the so-called
HAARP project, it is
manipulating life-support systems in the environment, testing
and altering them for military advantage.
Air Force documents, obtained by the independent researchers,
indicate that "the risks are high but the rewards are worth it."
The mixture of barium salts, supporting moisture, is
administered along the weather fronts and manipulated in a
controlled fashion. It is believed that microwave energy is also
utilized in the weather control program. Weather data is also a
required input to the VTRPE program of the RFMP system.
Perfect weather control technology
will enable the military to withhold rain, cause floods, cause
drought, cause storms, withhold sunshine, damage food crops, and
bring any country to its knees without firing a shot.
The fourth atmospheric project
is being run by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
(DARPA) as a means to detect and decontaminate enemy
biological attacks. The program also utilizes a mixture of
barium salts as the base vehicle in aerosol, along with special
polymer fibers. The combination allows detection of biological
Some biological agents have actually
been released into the atmosphere in trials, testing the
detection and decontamination systems. It is believed that
barium salt, polymer fibers and other chemicals in the
atmosphere are the physical irritants that may be directly or
indirectly responsible for unexplained nose bleeds, asthma,
allergies, pneumonia, upper respiratory ailments and
Chemicals sprayed into the atmosphere are producing air and
ground conditions that may be harmful to humans and animals,
while stimulating the growth of molds and bacteria. Barium
salts, an Earth metal, are toxins that absorb readily into the
gastrointestinal tract which are deposited into muscles and
No case data is available on the
long-term effects of barium in humans.
"The programs remain secret
because the Environmental Protection Agency and state
environmental agencies need 'not know' about the by-products
of the metabolites of these biological, illegal and harmful
agents," said one of the researchers. "It's for that reason
the combined projects have been kept secret from the
Jet Trails Tested In
The U.S. military is testing
high-tech, experimental equipment in the eastern United States
by Mike Blair
EXCLUSIVE TO THE SPOTLIGHT
Three-dimensional radar systems, such as the Navy's top secret
Variable Terrain Radio Parabolic Equation (VTRPE)
program, which visualize the terrain of a battlefield on a
television-type screen, are being developed through spreading
chemtrails across the nation's skies and are being field tested
in the military exercises across the country.
The latest, which the Pentagon is
calling "Joint Patriot 01," is under way at Fort Drum, a
military base outside of Watertown, N.Y. Exercises will run through
Centered at Fort Drum, the home of the Army's elite 10th Mountain
Division, the military is also utilizing facilities at Combat
Readiness Training Centers at Volk Field, Wisc., Alpena, Mich.,
and Utah's Dugway Proving Grounds.
"Concurrently, the exercise permits
testing of advanced command and control technology developed by
the Air Force Research Laboratory, Rome, N.Y., research site," a
Pentagon spokesman said.
"Numerous technologies will be field
tested, including command and control systems, dynamic planning
and targeting systems, sensor systems, and specialized
next-generation communications systems."
The Air Force Research Laboratory
at Rome, located in Central New York about 75 miles from Fort Drum,
used to be part of Griffins Air Force Base, a Strategic Air Command
B-52 bomber base.
In 1982, the air base was closed down
and the top secret laboratory was the only Air Force facility
retained. The lab was enhanced and its mission scope increased.
Little is known about what goes on there, but it is known that the
scientists there are developing military technology involving
lasers. In the mid-1990s, a local sensation was created in the
vicinity of Rome when numerous residents reported seeing bizarre
"balls of light" traveling at treetop level.
Many believed the phenomena were created
at the Air Force laboratory.
The Pentagon claims that the maneuvers at Fort Drum are,
"a war-fighting capability training
exercise for more than 6,000 Air and Army National Guard members
and elements from the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps,
and allied reserve forces from Britain and the Netherlands."
In a similar drill, not reported in the
media, 26,000 military personnel on March 20 took part in a massive
exercise, which involved a Navy battle group headed by the aircraft
carrier USS Enterprise 200 miles off the coast of North Carolina.
In the drill, Eastern North Carolina was
"enemy territory" and the VTRPE system was used to keep surveillance
Exercises at Fort Drum and North
Carolina may have been assisted by Air Force-induced weather