Viral YouTube video sparks frenzy that the U.S. Air Force and Navy might be controlling our weather

Thursday, May 03, 2018 by

Chemtrails

Video footage recently captured during a commercial flight from Atlanta, Georgia, to Las Vegas, Nevada, has sparked new concerns about weather control technologies being used by the United States government.

A man that the United Kingdom’s Daily Star is describing as “Mr. Chang” filmed what appears to have been a large, orange-colored object in the sky hovering somewhere above the state of Texas. This anomalous object, the footage suggests, bore the trappings of an iconic unidentified flying object, or UFO.

Mr. Chang captured just a few seconds of the orange UFO on his smartphone before it presumably died, and uploaded it to YouTube. It has since gone “viral,” garnering more than 550,000 views, many from people who are speculating that the object is indicative of “aliens” coming down to earth.

“Aliens are landing on the Earth and causing these anomalies,” wrote one YouTube user in the comment section of the video, which has since been archived on the popular YouTube conspiracy page “secureteam10.”

“That glow in the sky is HAARP in action,” wrote another YouTube user, referring to the infamous High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, a research project based in Alaska that’s headed up by the U.S. Air Force, the Navy, the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the Defense Advance Research Agency.

HAARP was originally designed and built by BAE Advance Technologies to supposedly aid in analyzing the ionosphere for the purpose of developing new weather technologies. Many people, including university professor Michel Chossudovsky, believe that HAARP has the capacity to actually control the weather, and even initiate weather events.

“Recent scientific evidence suggests that HAARP is fully operational and has the capability of triggering floods, hurricanes, droughts and earthquakes,” Chossudovsky wrote in a book about the subject.

Is HAARP being used by the U.S. government to create “fake” weather events and chemtrails?

Since at least the early 1990s, conscientious observers have noticed that skies around the world are being increasingly “sprayed” with streaming white trails of cloud-like material that’s become more popularly known as “chemtrails.” While normal jet contrails naturally dissipate, chemtrails expand and blanket the sky – and many believe that HAARP is responsible.

Many mainstream scientists deny this, claiming that chemtrails are just a wild conspiracy theory. But in recent years, the concept has gained more traction, and has even been given an official name: geoengineering.

Why this is relevant to the orange anomaly that was recently spotted from the commercial jet is that geoengineering is the new blanket term that’s used to describe efforts to fight “global warming” and “climate change” using the very weather modification technologies described by chemtrail observers and weather modification experts.

By “seeding” the skies with chemicals like sulfur, aluminum, and barium, weather tamperers can supposedly reflect the sun’s rays back into space, thus helping to “cool” the planet. These same chemicals can also be used to create artificial clouds, triggering rainstorms like the one that was filmed in conjunction with the unusual orange anomaly.

Was weather modification at play during this strange incident? It’s difficult to say for sure. Some observers and YouTube commenters apparently fully believe that a real-life UFO was present in the sky outside of that airplane window, and that it may have had something to do with the tumultuous weather nearby.

On the other hand, it could have simply been a break in the clouds during a severe thunderstorm that allowed the orange glow of natural sunlight to suddenly and brightly pore through to the ground. Watch the clip for yourself and see what you think.

For more news on weather modification technologies and the phenomenon of chemtrails, visit Geoengineering.news.

Sources for this article include:

DailyStar.co.uk

NaturalNews.com

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