Microbes: The Environmental Solution To Chemtrails

By Allan Buckman and Peter A. Kirby

The megatons of toxic garbage routinely raining down upon the Earth and its biota are probably responsible for mass plant deaths, disruptions of the food chain, the resulting mass animal deaths, and diseases of all sorts. These things are ‘probable’ because the people responsible for the New Manhattan Project have not been so kind as to inform us of its biological impacts. The people responsible for history’s greatest scientific endeavor are probably very busy recording every aspect of the fallout from their activities, but, since they don’t want to be responsible for their actions, none of these studies are public.

The good news is that when the enemy comes in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord will lift up a standard against him. In this case, that standard is microbes.

Microbes are microscopic organisms as small as a single cell which are absolutely everywhere. Earth’s most accommodating and most inhospitable environs are teeming with them. They are inside and all over our bodies. They live floating around in the stratosphere, in the deepest depths of the oceans, and even in outer space. They are the oldest forms of life on this planet. Only a tiny fraction of them have ever been officially discovered and categorized.

In the context of the chemtrail phenomenon, we concern ourselves with microbes because they can remediate the environmental damage done. Microbes can consume and neutralize the toxins which have been so unceremoniously dumped upon us and our world. This may very well happen naturally. As the chemtrail spray proliferates, so will the microbes which feast on it. This may also happen by acts of man. We can produce and disperse beneficial microbes in a concerted effort to remediate our environment. However it happens, the best case scenario is that the spraying be stopped so that beneficial microbes are given a chance to work their magic without being overwhelmed.


Chemtrail activist Allan Buckmann has been working with microbes. He recently wrote a short piece which is presented here:

“I do not profess to be a microbial expert, however in the microbial business for soil, water, and plant production I found out a lot about these little creatures that make up most of our lives, and without them cause deficiencies.

“There are countless microbial species on this planet that fill every niche of the ecosystem. They are known to be present everywhere and within their collective capacity eat everything… including radioactive materials.

“Some are known and used, but most (trillions) are still undiscovered for what they eat, defecate, or exchange. We are most familiar with those that cause disease, or are used for health, or agriculture. Those used for environmental treatments are all known beneficial species.

“The human body carries billions of microbes and most people don’t know it. We have specialists in our armpits (generally a determining factor for body odor), in our glands, eyes, intestines that aid digestion, and in every other area. We have evolved with microbial modifications in our systems and they are an important part of us.

“They are also important for ‘healthy’ soil and agricultural or forestry production and are the difference between high value, colorful, and tasty fruits and vegetables like we can raise in our own gardens with good humus (rich with healthy microbes), and the bland crops grown with artificial chemicals. They are the difference between fertile and infertile soils. Mycorrhiza species were found to stimulate root development and increase nutrient uptake, and that the roots also interacted with other plants for nutrient and genetic exchange. From such studies it was found that combinations of species could enhance overall production and that they work together best in social mixes.

“So, yes I have been promoting the use of microbial products for bio-remediation of soil and plant deficiencies, and discovered that jet clouds and jet exhaust particles falling to the earth, and other particulates do not stop microbial actions as of this date.

“As the past president of Microbe Tech, I became familiar with and had many applications using a line of microbial products formulated by Hugh Muir (deceased) and still manufactured here in the United States, and I still use these products. We have successfully treated soil, water, and plants with great results. This is in spite of any accumulation of metals in the environment so it is possible to counteract the effects of pollution.”


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About the author

Peter A. Kirby is a San Rafael, CA researcher, writer, and activist. Check out his comprehensive exposé Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project available exclusively at Amazon.com and the CreateSpace estore. https://www.createspace.com/6305947

Follow him on Twitter @PeterAKirby or visit his website PeterAKirby.com.