Chemtrails. Dance of the Sky Demons

The “conspiracy theory” of “chemtrails” has echoed throughout the internet for the last three decades. However, while Main Stream Media will still attack anyone who may hold to this “conspiracy”, politicians, government bodies, and professional environmental journals[i], going back as far as 1977[ii] have clearly admitted to them. It is no longer regulated to the realm of “conspiracy theory”.

Government Official Adimts to Chemtrails

In March of 2024 the State Senate of Tennessee passed a bill that outlaws chem-trailing over their state[iii][iv]. While it has not passed into law yet, the fact that a government body would pass such a bill is proof that they do exist and they can cause harm. The bill reads; “Prohibits the intentional injection, release, or dispersion, by any means, of chemicals, chemical compounds, substances, or apparatus within the borders of this state into the atmosphere with the express purpose of affecting temperature, weather, or the intensity of the sunlight.[v]

The State of New Hampshire has pending legislation on it titled Prohibiting the intentional release of polluting emissions, including cloud seeding, weather modification, excessive electromagnetic radio frequency, and microwave radiation and making penalties for violation of such prohibition.” [vi]

One peer reviewed did a good job exposing the purpose of chemtrails: The journal is called  “Environmental Health”. It specializes in publishing articles covering crucial facets of environmental and occupational medicine, along with related research in toxicology and epidemiology.  An article was published in 2016 titled “Assessing the direct occupational and public health impacts of solar radiation management [SRM] with stratospheric aerosols”

Here are some of the excerpts;

“A wide range of particles could be released into the stratosphere to achieve the SRM objective of scattering sunlight back to space. Sulfates and nanoparticles currently favored for SRM include sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, carbonyl sulfide, black carbon, and specially engineered discs composed of metallic aluminum, aluminum oxide and barium titanate [11].”[vii]

Human exposures to materials used for SRM could occur during the manufacture, transportation, deployment and post-deployment of these materials [13]. In this paper, unless otherwise stated, inhalation is the primary route of exposure considered.”[viii]

What Really Going on with the Climate

If one is old enough, one can member when airliners never left trails miles long. Simply looking up to the sky and see with their own eyes is the conclusive evidence a critical thinker need to prove it for themselves. The question now becomes what are they for, and what are they comprised of. Below are some of the chemicals that are found in the chemtrails;

Aluminum: Inhaling aluminum dust or fumes, particularly in occupational settings like welding or smelting, can irritate the respiratory tract, leading to coughing, wheezing, and throat irritation. Prolonged exposure to high levels may cause pulmonary fibrosis or aluminum pneumoconiosis[ix], resulting in lung scarring and impaired function. Excessive aluminum accumulation, though typically from ingestion, can occur in individuals with impaired kidney function[x], potentially leading to neurotoxicity and cognitive impairment[xi]. Minimize risk by using proper ventilation and protective equipment in aluminum-related occupations and avoiding actions that generate airborne aluminum particles. If respiratory symptoms occur after exposure, seek medical attention promptly.

Barium: Inhaling barium compounds, often encountered in industries such as mining, refining, or manufacturing, can pose serious health risks[xii][xiii]. Short-term exposure may irritate the respiratory tract, leading to coughing, difficulty breathing, and throat irritation. Prolonged or high-level exposure may cause more severe respiratory effects, including bronchitis, pulmonary edema, and respiratory failure. Chronic inhalation of barium dust or fumes can result in baritosis, a lung condition characterized by the accumulation of barium particles and inflammation[xiv][xv]. Barium compounds are also toxic to the cardiovascular system, potentially leading to hypertension and cardiac arrhythmias[xvi]. Additionally, barium toxicity can affect other organs, such as the liver, kidneys, and nervous system[xvii]. Proper ventilation, personal protective equipment, and adherence to safety protocols are crucial in occupational settings to minimize the risk of inhaling barium particles or fumes.

Strontium: Inhaling strontium, typically encountered in industrial processes like mining or refining, can have adverse health effects. Short-term exposure may irritate the respiratory tract, causing symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, and throat irritation. Strontium exposure has also been associated with cardiovascular problems, such as hypertension and heart palpitations[xviii]. Additionally, strontium toxicity can affect bone health, leading to bone resorption and weakening[xix]. Proper ventilation and personal protective equipment are essential in occupational settings to minimize exposure. If symptoms occur after exposure, seeking medical attention promptly is advisable to prevent further complications.

Other Heavy Metals: In addition to aluminum, barium, and strontium, other heavy metals like lead, mercury, and cadmium are sometimes mentioned in discussions of chemtrails. These metals are known to be harmful to human health and the environment.


[i] Effiong U, Neitzel RL. Assessing the direct occupational and public health impacts of solar radiation management with stratospheric aerosols. Environ Health. 2016 Jan 19;15:7. doi: 10.1186/s12940-016-0089-0. PMID: 26786592; PMCID: PMC4717532.
[ii] Marchetti C. On geoengineering and the CO2 problem. Clim Change. 1977;1:59–68. doi: 10.1007/BF00162777.
[vii] Effiong U, Neitzel RL. Assessing the direct occupational and public health impacts of solar radiation management with stratospheric aerosols. Environ Health. 2016 Jan 19;15:7. doi: 10.1186/s12940-016-0089-0. PMID: 26786592; PMCID: PMC4717532.
[viii] Effiong U, et al id.
[ix] Taiwo OA. Diffuse parenchymal diseases associated with aluminum use and primary aluminum production. J Occup Environ Med. 2014 May;56(5 Suppl):S71-2. doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000000054. PMID: 24806728; PMCID: PMC4131931.
[x] Wills MR, Savory J. Aluminum and chronic renal failure: sources, absorption, transport, and toxicity. Crit Rev Clin Lab Sci. 1989;27(1):59-107. doi: 10.3109/10408368909106590. PMID: 2647415.
[xi] Kawahara M, Kato-Negishi M. Link between Aluminum and the Pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s Disease: The Integration of the Aluminum and Amyloid Cascade Hypotheses. Int J Alzheimers Dis. 2011 Mar 8;2011:276393. doi: 10.4061/2011/276393. PMID: 21423554; PMCID: PMC3056430.
[xiii] Paßlack N, Mainzer B, Lahrssen-Wiederholt M, Schafft H, Palavinskas R, Breithaupt A, Zentek J. Liver and kidney concentrations of strontium, barium, cadmium, copper, zinc, manganese, chromium, antimony, selenium and lead in cats. BMC Vet Res. 2014 Jul 17;10:163. doi: 10.1186/1746-6148-10-163. PMID: 25030305; PMCID: PMC4108249.
[xv] Sun J, Chen W. Correlation studies of barium on pulmonary infection under the assessment of VFSS. Exp Ther Med. 2016 Feb;11(2):435-438. doi: 10.3892/etm.2015.2941. Epub 2015 Dec 16. PMID: 26893627; PMCID: PMC4734167.
[xvi] Perry HM Jr, Kopp SJ, Perry EF, Erlanger MW. Hypertension and associated cardiovascular abnormalities induced by chronic barium feeding. J Toxicol Environ Health. 1989;28(3):373-88. doi: 10.1080/15287398909531356. PMID: 2585541.
[xviii] Curtis EM, Cooper C, Harvey NC. Cardiovascular safety of calcium, magnesium and strontium: what does the evidence say? Aging Clin Exp Res. 2021 Mar;33(3):479-494. doi: 10.1007/s40520-021-01799-x. Epub 2021 Feb 9. PMID: 33565045; PMCID: PMC7943433.
[xix] Kołodziejska B, Stępień N, Kolmas J. The Influence of Strontium on Bone Tissue Metabolism and Its Application in Osteoporosis Treatment. Int J Mol Sci. 2021 Jun 18;22(12):6564. doi: 10.3390/ijms22126564. PMID: 34207344; PMCID: PMC8235140.