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Chemtrail Pilot Line

Date: 03-26-04
Host: George Noory
Guests: Open Lines, Steve Quayle

George set up a special open line for pilots to disclose what they knew about the alleged chemtrail spraying over America. One military pilot, who said he flies out of Edwards AFB, told of seeing a substance loaded into planes, which he described as clear and gelatin-like, that is then dropped between 10,000 and 30,000 ft. in the air. Its purpose, he said, is to create a kind of film that blocks radar from penetrating the area for a certain amount of time before it dissipates.

Another caller, who said he was an airline pilot instructor, referenced William Thomas' website, willthomasonline.net, and said chemtrails were colloidal substances containing human blood derivatives, being dropped in an effort to sicken the population.

Quayle Commentaries

Author Steve Quayle, the guest for the first half of Friday's program, offered commentary on a variety of subjects. He said he does not believe the recent report that elk in Wyoming died from eating lichen. Quayle said that sources told him that a person involved in counting the elk became sick with symptoms consistent with exposure to "organophosphates" such as a nerve agent.

Aside from terrorism, the biggest threat we face is from famine and extreme weather said Quayle, who described drought and dust bowl-like conditions in parts of the United States. He also analyzed the ancient Egyptian Glyph, which resembles a helicopter, relating it to tales from ancient India of "vimana" or flying machines.

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