"This [geoengineering] is the greatest and most immediate threat that creation faces, and the human race faces short of nuclear cataclysm," Wigington told host Dr. Steven Hotze during an episode of "The Dr. Hotze Report" on Brighteon.TV. He continued that the gravity of climate engineering's threat happening in the skies and the weather can't be overstated.
According to Wigington, those in power have always sought to control the weather. He even cited a 1962 speech of former President Lyndon B. Johnson delivered when he was still vice president. "He who controls the weather controls the world," Johnson said at the time.
Weather control is the crown jewel of the military-industrial complex, and it is a weapon that can bring nations to their knees without the populations knowing they are under assault. Wigington said this has been business as usual for decades, with patents for modifying the weather going back over 100 years. (Related: Dane Wigington: Climate engineering is the greatest and most immediate threat against humanity.)
The geoengineering expert recounted to Hotze how he stumbled upon this field. Wigington began his research after losing massive amounts of solar power uptake in his northern California off-grid home. He eventually found out that his solar power production dropped by 60 to 80 percent whenever jets emitted chemtrails near his home.
He then began to test the rainwater he collected to see if climate engineering elements were contained in the precipitation. The first rain tests showed seven parts per billion (ppb) of aluminum, while the subsequent tests over the next 18 months showed a dramatic increase – amounting to 3,450 ppb of aluminum.
The climate engineering researcher stressed that aluminum should not be found in the rain and that freeform aluminum does not exist in nature naturally. Aluminum has to be mined, refined and distributed before it can exist.
In response to Hotze's question about how he discovered the aluminum nanoparticles, Wigington said they were in the precipitation and the air column. He added it is a primary element named in climate engineering patents held by American defense contractors, Raytheon and Lockheed Martin, among others.
Wigington was eventually forced to face the fact that these geoengineering operations have contaminated the Earth; shredded the ozone layer; disrupted both the weather and rain patterns; and poisoning the air that people breathe.
According to Wigington, the possible total amount of dispersion worldwide annually is about 40 to 60 million tons of nanoparticles – an inconceivable volume of toxic elements being dispersed into the atmosphere, which settles down to the ground and people get to breathe.
These particles, which are mainly used for solar radiation management (SRM), block direct sunlight to slow the warming of the planet. SRM's purpose is to block some of the sun's incoming thermal energy, but it is also employed for weather warfare. Moreover, Wigington said the particles used for SRM are also being manipulated using radio frequency microwave transmissions.
He ultimately told Hotze that geoengineering is an all-out assault against Earth's remaining life support systems on an already badly damaged planet. Wigington also lamented how humans have been very poor stewards of the planet. The attempt to manipulate the planet's life support systems in its most egregious form must be stopped, or it will be game over.
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