Are you Ready for the Deep Truth About Chemtrails?

August 4, 2019

I know I don’t have to say this for regulars, but if anyone is here by mistake – chemtrails are, to put it mildly, *not* a thing.

I’m going to have to read “The Demon Haunted World”.

Right Wing Watch:

Mark Taylor, the radical right-wing conspiracy theorist and so-called “firefighter prophet” about whom Liberty University made a movie last year, appeared on the “Blessed to Teach” program over the weekend, where he warned that Satan is using chemtrails to prevent humanity from being able to hear nature as it engages in the worship of God.

Taylor claimed that “everything in life gives off a frequency” and that “all of creation cries out to God in the frequency, they’re actually worshiping God,” and so Satan is using chemtrails to turn human beings into “giant antennas” through to which he can beam a competing frequency that will “block” humanity from being able to hear God’s frequency.

“The chemtrails, all the spraying is to detract us from hearing God’s frequency,” he said. “They are spraying aluminum and barium in the chemtrails and if you look on the periodic table—barium is BA, aluminum is AL; it spells BAAL.”

“That’s deep,” Taylor said. “That’s no coincidence.”

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13 Responses to “Are you Ready for the Deep Truth About Chemtrails?”

  1. jimbills Says:

    A side effect of the internet is that it has given the crazies a super-charged global megaphone when they used to be relegated to shouting on a soapbox at a street corner. Then, the crazies find each other, creating a community of support, and the crazy amplifies.

    When it just comes out as talk, I guess it’s something we’re going to have to live with – but it gets expressed in far worse ways, too.

    • dumboldguy Says:

      It’s time to again trot out one of the best of the crazies

      • jimbills Says:

        It’s them blasted sprinkler leprechauns, I tells ya.

      • Brent Jensen-Schmidt Says:

        All absolutely mind stuffing and they cant spell either.

      • mboli Says:

        She wonders if somebody can explain to her “what the heck is going on.”
        I think the answer involves internal reflection (in the water drops) and chromatic dispersion.
        But I’m guessing she won’t be satisfied by that kind of explanation. 😦

    • dumboldguy Says:

      Thank you, Peter, for introducing me to perhaps the craziest of the crazies among the RWNJ’s of the internet. The fact that ANYONE listens to this self-proclaimed “prophet” is a very bad sign for the survival of the human race.

  2. doldrom Says:

    BA-AL. I like that. How about www in hebrew signifying 666 (the number of the beast in Revelations). There are people that can trace secret knowledge in the Old Testament by analyzing the ordinal value of the every single letter (text and spelling variations be damned) or finding messages in the note values in Bach’s music. It’s kind of like the billions of hours of effort that have gone into analyzing and predicting movements in stock markets. Literally mind-boggling.

    I’ve multiple times formed the intention of examining anti-vaxer or chemtrail theory. I mean just the persistence and permutations of these ideas is fascinating. Unfortunately, I never have the stamina to get very far. You always get lost in the trees before you ever get to any forest.

    • jfon Says:

      People can have pretty wacky beliefs without necessarily being dumb. Isaac Newton founded modern science, with groundbreaking writings on optics, gravity, orbits, and calculus, but he spent more time on abstruse textual study of the bible and alchemical works. Likewise, I heard of a Nobel prizewinner in Physics who believes in flying saucers and chemtrails. Don’t think I’d include this guy in the same category, though.

  3. rabiddoomsayer Says:

    When you keep them “too dumb to realise how badly they are being screwed” this sort of nonsense is to be expected. The attack on science generally is not just an American thing In the July 26 edition of Science there are articles on the attacks on Mexican science and on the restriction on international scientists in Indonesia. April 8 again in Science but this time Brazil. In Australia and the UK Climate Science is under continuing assault.

  4. rsmurf Says:

    Wow! I’d love to be a fly on the wall in his mind!

  5. Fred Cunningham Says:

    Maybe we should bring back the worship of Baal. We could call it the Baal movement.

  6. grindupbaker Says:

    At 1:15 aluminum (aluminium), at 1:34 heavy metals. I’m glad I went Italian for designing my bicycle frame, not this guy.


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