“Frankenskies”: New Film Raises Big Questions On Climate Engineering.

By Jerry Alatalo

n 1962 United States President Lyndon Johnson in a commencement address at Southwest Texas State University talked to graduates about “..controlling the weather”, and “..controlling the world”. Just to what extent the U.S. military has advanced since 1962 in the area of weather warfare is unknown except by those in the military working directly in the alleged programs.

Learning the truth will require men and women willing to take the same severe personal risks as Daniel Ellsberg (Vietnam War), Julian Assange (government/corporate crimes), Edward Snowden (government surveillance), Chelsea Manning (Iraq War crimes), John Kiriakou (illegal torture), Scott Bennett (terrorist financing), Brad Birkenfeld (banking corruption), and others determined to speak the truth.

Mr. Matt Landman directed the film “Frankenskies” about the history, development, and facts concerning the phenomenon termed climate engineering, geoengineering, and other various scientific designations. His choice to balance the amount of time in the film to information from both “sides” of the debate over weather control was a good one, adding seriousness and weight to the effort. The final effort, 120-minute film production’s quality is excellent, and a superb example for others to follow in comparison to other small-budget, independently made documentaries.

The topic of weather control technologies, for researchers, is one which can lead one down some very deep, multi-directional, even sometimes strange rabbit holes. Thankfully – and wisely, in light of its very controversial subject – Mr. Landman keeps the film’s focus inside the boundaries of logical, academic and/or scientific reasoning. The result is a very strong film message viewers will find close to impossible to ignore or forget.

Many people will immediately react to mention of weather control with labels of “conspiracy theory”, but they might experience an extreme change of perspective and attitude after watching “Frankenskies”.  They surely will come away with facts and details they’ve never seen mentioned or reported by the corporate media, but for “conditioning”, surprising reports – such as the 12 new cloud formations (or species of clouds) added institutionally recently. The film’s information has neither been transparently shared by government and/or military officials but for recent revelations – again, described in the film as a form of societal “conditioning” for what’s ahead.

What inclines one to lean toward the explanation that weather modification is essentially a tool for war? …The unanimous unwillingness by elected representatives in the U.S. Congress in responding to concerns expressed by large numbers of their constituents on the matter. Add to that government avoidance of historical facts presented in Mr. Landman’s film, and the logical conclusion to arrive at is that nations and high-level military/intelligence officials have been using weather control technology since the 1950’s as a weapon of war.

“Frankenskies” has already, just hours after posting, begun going viral on the internet. The question now becomes one of gathering sufficient momentum, creating a state of affairs making impossible continued government dismissal of legitimate concerns, and leading to where honorable action brings about open public meetings exposing the truth of the matter.

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To  those appreciative of his work and wishing to send financial support to Matt Landman for making his next film “Frankenskies II”, please visit:

https://www.gofundme.com/frankenskies

(Thank you to Matt Landman at YouTube)

The Dann Sisters.

Posted on June 8, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

“The study of nature is intercourse with the highest mind. You should never trifle with nature.”

– LOUIS AGASSIZ (1807-1873) Swiss-born, American naturalist

aaa-18Recent events involving the Bundy ranch out west in America/Arizona and the family’s dealings with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) made front page news, while the nightly ABC, CBS, and NBC 6-o’clock news broadcasts featured a string of reports. John Stewart and many other comedians on the late-night talk shows made hay with Cliven Bundy, as Americans talked about the latest “Bundy news” around the company water cooler; the situation has since, like most news stories, fallen off the radar and replaced with the next irrelevant reporting.

I admit to having no researched knowledge of the facts surrounding the Bundy situation, having, frankly, not enough interest to look into it deeper. Like similar controversial situations, opinions have become expressed both for and against the Bundys as well as the BLM, people travelled to the ranch with weapons to protect the rights of the Bundys, while others view the family as deadbeats who are not paying grazing fees, etc. and deserve no sympathy. So, I have no idea what the real facts are.

Americans didn’t see the same worldwide coverage of the experiences of Carrie and Mary Dann. As a matter of fact, their story received little to no news coverage at all back some 7-10 years ago, when the western Shoshone sisters became subjected to some very raw treatment by the American government. They too, were ranchers who had lived and survived in the American west, but the land their family lived on and which gave them sustenance was subject to a treaty signed between the western Shoshone and the U.S. government.

The following short documentary about the Dann sisters’ experience, where the U.S. government took actions to allow for massive gold mining by the world’s largest corporations on land where the sisters and their ancestors lived raising animals and earning a living, gives viewers an example of how multinationals and their owners team with government enablers to force unwanted changes to people’s lives, and in too many instances cause deadly pollution of the environment, social unrest, violence, and wars.

In the case of the Dann sisters, violence was never a consequence, unless one takes into account the spiritual violence done to two elder sisters who see the Earth as our mother who must be treated with care for future generations. The film successfully shows the sharp contrast between two very different life philosophies, and leaves the viewer with much to consider.

Given the  historical evidence that proves wars are fought for natural resources and the wealth that goes with the various metals, energy, woods, foods, banks, etc., the Dann sisters’ story is one which holds a great deal more relevance than the Bundy story when one considers the implications for the human race and its relationship to the environment on Earth. The film, though short in duration at approximately 25 minutes, lays out eloquently a lot that is wrong in the world – and a lot that is right.

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(Thank you to Oxfam America @ YouTube)