ChemBusting: How to do it ..

Many individuals have contacted me recently with upper respiratory distress from chemtrails. Pets get the worst of it since they tend to be outside more. As I have mentioned previously, in addition to inducing toxic loading of barium and aluminum, independent laboratories have confirmed that they can cause running sores from staph infections and shigella. Shigella causes dysentary and the veterinarians really think it is odd to get dysentery on your skin! It is also a reportable disease so I recommend you get a lab test and complain to your local health department if you are infected.

One of the most important things that people who are regularly exposed can do (and that means all of us) is to get a ChemBuster from www.ctbusters.com with the crystal addon. I have a couple of them and the one with crystals works better.

Of course, everyone wants to know what a ChemBuster will do. They don’t mind paying a couple of hundred bucks to a doctor regularly for being sick, but a few hundred bucks for a device to put in their back yard, well that might be an unnecessary expense!

So lets review the history of a chemtrail. First the offending aircraft dumps its toxic load as seen in the photo above. The next photo shows the chemtrail dissipating within the hour because of a ChemBuster in the vicinity.

However, this is just the beginning. The ChemBuster generates vortices which destroy the chemtrail. See below.

This doesn’t totally prevent infection because the toxins may reach you before they are dissipated, partically if chemtrail spraying is intense in your area.

You will then need to apply appropriate frequencies which have been posted previously. They are the same across the U.S. and in Europe. However, a new batch came out after Hurricane Katrina and frequencies need to be adjusted slightly. If there are enough people interested in the new frequencies, I will post them for a small adminstrative fee.

Check out the busted chemtrail on the left. These vortices can be intense and fill the sky if there are a number of Chembusters in the area.

The poor folks south of the Chembuster have a nasty chemtrail cloud haze that does not dissipate (see last photo). All of these photos were taken in the Boston area on 2 October 2005. However, this occurs regularly and it is not an isolated event. In addition to biological toxins, aluminum, and barium, chemtrails contain ethylene dibromide which needs to be added to the frequency list. Check out a recent article in the Las Vegas Tribune.
You should also read the EPA summary of the toxic effects of ethylene dibromide.

Exposure to ethylene dibromide primarily occurs from its past use as an additive to leaded gasoline and as a fumigant. Ethylene dibromide is extremely toxic to humans. The chronic (long-term) effects of exposure to ethylene dibromide have not been well documented in humans. Animal studies indicate that chronic exposure to ethylene dibromide may result in toxic effects to the liver, kidney, and the testis, irrespective of the route of exposure. Limited data on men occupationally exposed to ethylene dibromide indicate that long-term exposure to ethylene dibromide can impair reproduction by damaging sperm cells in the testicles. Several animal studies indicate that long-term exposure to ethylene dibromideincreases the incidences of a variety of tumors in rats and mice in both sexes by all routes of exposure. EPA has classified ethylene dibromide as a Group B2, probable human carcinogen.

1 Comment

  • Jeff Sutherland Posted November 19, 2005 10:04 pm

    Jeff,

    Just read your info on the chemtrails and chembusters. One bit of info you might add for anyone with an ABPA (or access to one) is the coffee filter technique. You fold a coffee filter into quarters, then thumbtack the point of the filter to a post or tree where there is good air flow. The negative charge of the coffee filter attracts airborne particles.

    Then, on a regular basis (I collect mine every 2 to 4 weeks) you collect the coffee filters (no skin contact, place them in a ziplock bag, and antidote/neutralize the coffee filter contaminants into water, jewelry, sugar pills, etc.

    Save and date the filters. You may need to access a specific toxin at some point and it’s easier if you have dates on the bags.

    Also, if you have a Chem-Buster sitting on a deck, it works better to bury the base in the earth, or ground it with a grounding wire and ground rod. I’ve had my Chem-Buster for about 5 years, and living in a cold climate I’ve discovered that water in the copper pipes can freeze and rupture the pipes. To keep the rain out, I place a plastic 1 gal. bucket over the top with a weight on the handle to prevent it from blowing away.

    Regards,
    JW

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