The Daily Spraying Log 1/28/2023
Overnight: A typical night of spraying. I believe we had 3 plumes around the typical times but I was not awake enough to nail down times for the first 2 plumes. Usually I am frequently awake and able to capture the times or at least to estimate their hit times (the times they reached ground level). Based on the info I have, I think we were hit at the usual nightly times: about 3:30 am, 5:30 am, and 7:30 am. I was awake shortly after the 7:30 am plume so that one I can verify the time of. The type of poison used was the typical: Model Cement and Chalky-Bitter-Pharma with Inflammatory and Mercury additives. The Inflammatory additive was dominant in all plumes. Plume peak intensities were between 8.5 and 8.75 for all plumes.
This morning we had another hit at roughly 9:30 pm which was the same type: Model Cement and Chalky-Bitter-Pharma with Inflammatory and Mercury additives.
At about 12:35 pm we were hit with yet another plume of type Model Cement, Copper, Chalky-Bitter-Pharma with Inflammatory and Mercury additives. Intensity rose quickly and peaked at 9.25 at 12:50 and is now declining.
Here is a link to a small photo gallery showing one of my first encounters with chemtrails in Jamestown, New York. This was an intense event that helped push me into researching this subject. I posted these some time later so the date on the post is later than the date the pictures were taken. The taste and smell of the chemtrails in Jamestown were intense. I had 3 employees and usually 2 of the 3 employees could taste them in the air as well as myself. Jamestown Photos
The attack on all life continues.
At about 1:45 pm we were hit with a plume of type Model Cement, Copper, Chalky-Bitter-Pharma with Inflammatory and Mercury additives. Intensity rose at a medium-fast rate and peaked at 9.5+ at 2:15 pm. The taste this creates in the air (for us sensitive folks) is disgusting, bitter, metallic, and just nauseating.
I can hear the HAARP Hum just slightly, so it’s at intensity 1 on a scale of 5. I thought I heard it yesterday, but with other ambient sound, I wasn’t sure so I didn’t log it. This is the longest stretch we have had without it for a long time. Have they reduced power so fewer people hear it? Whatever the reason, we used to hear it daily.