UK - Fall of Strange Webs - Aug 2007
Would you take a look at these things that we have found covering our garden. I am worried as the dog seems very sick also my daughter who put this slide together is unwell today with a sore throat, painful chest and aching bones.
I sent the pictures to a micro biologist who replied that they looked like nanotubes but they could not be as nanotubes do not float around freely in the air.
[Note, I said to Caroline: If you are using a USB microscope, then I doubt you are seeing nanotubes - a USB microscope wouldn't be powerful enough to say this for sure.]
He was obviously not chemtrail aware. They appeared following a heavy rainfall.
I noticed a neighbour who has a tall evergreen box hedge has this all over one side, where the webby stuff is the hedge is dying. The same is happening to parts of a hedge in my front garden where some of this stuff is.
The web is quite fluorescent under the microscope. Before gathering it up it looks like a thickish blue cotton, it clearly differs from a spider web in the way it is designed, it is comprised of many hexagon shapes all joined together.
Caroline made an online Photo Album of her pictures
She also made a YouTube video:
More pictures and responses from other
Sorry to bother you but did you manage to talk to anyone today?
I rung my local paper and I am going to see a reporter tomorrow.
In all honesty I was hoping that you may have found out that these webs although strange looking are not anything sinister.
Last night as it was almost dark, approx9.30pm, Michelle went into the back garden, half of the lawn was glittering with the shiny moisture drops that are starting to becoming familiar.
There had not been any rain, anyway if the moisture was rain the whole of the lawn should have been wet.
We took a lot of photo's, the three attached will give you an idea of the overall picture.
Andrew, this stuff is slightly sticky and there seems to be some kind of invisible web structure holding it together, it is almost impossible to get any web as it dissolves straight away.
Thank you for taking the time to write and all the work that you have done to photograph and document these materials and the event(s). This seems to be one of the best things that can be done at this stage, and it is unfortunate that it never seems to go further. The materials certainly appear to be similiar in nature to the extensive work that I have done on samples that have been sent to me over the years. The counter claim that will usually be given is that these are spider webs - the case against spider webs can usually be made fairly easily but at least be aware this is what may be thrown at you. I would send them to Jeff Rense if you can and he may likely give broader exposure to all of the work that you have done. I believe Jeff's email address is email@example.com and you can also mention my name to him if you would like. You can also send this email to him if you would like. I think the photographs are best seen by a larger audience. More attention may be garnered if you can draw any parallel between the decay or decline of vegetation where contact is continuous - I have not seen that claim before and it has ramifications which more of can realize and accept if it is the case.
I would not make physical contact with these materials. There may be a connection (does seem likely) between these fibers and morgellons but that link has never been proven to my knowledge at this point - I only know it to be circumstantial. Definitely also become familiar with Dr. Hilde Staningers work (audio interviews) on Rense's site. I still have more catching up to do there myself but she makes full claim of identification of materials like this as being in the nanotechnology class.
The materials may decay and my time is limited, but if I can work up time (about a half dozen samples behind right now) to look at them under a more powerful scope I will try to do so. If they can be sent my address is:
Caroline, thanks so much for writing.
We saw the spider web tool being tested in1999, during a period in which a large number of communities were hit with unknown infections sufficient to send large numbers of people to emergency rooms. The spiderweb is used to hold bio-agents in place long enough to get them down to ground level, where the web material is supposed to dissipate, releasing the germs into the wind. Terribly sorry you are experiencing the result.
Great research though, and thanks so much for the pictures!!
Obviously I need to alert my readers. I suspect this is happening in a number of locations. I see the release of "Bird Flu" in what appears to be a natural way as the most likely scenario for the desired die-off, but I also think they have to get all their ducks in a row first. They are very close to that point - but they really want to troops on the ground in Iran before the world is paralyzed by pandemic.
Best info is that the chemtrail program has cost a billion dollars U.S. on each side of the Atlantic, every year since it got rolling in 99. When this year's Easter plot failed, a very angry Bush complained, "That's another billion for Star Wars" - which is their code name for the overall plan (a weapon pointed at an entire planet).
In 99 and 2000, bio tests on different communities were, I believe, used to measure the effectives of the immune-suppressing feature of the Chemtrail component that falls to ground level, Ethylene Dibromide, to see how people with compromised immune systems would react to various forms of infection. If too many had died from "flu-like symptoms" (as they did in the UK) then they would have backed off on the chemtrail dose rate.
I don't think they even imagined that they would still be spraying at this late date, which is probably at least two years past their original time line.
My best guess is that we will see experiences like yours popping up in many locations to measure chemtrail effectiveness as they go into what they hope is the home stretch.
Unidentified Insect – 22nd August 2007
Yesterday (21st Aug 2007) Michelle found two dead bugs on the lawn, I thought straight away that something about these bugs was not right, but in all honesty Andrew I had to stop and consider that I may be over tired and that my imagination was getting out of hand.
I did not however at the time connect the weird bugs with our webs.
This morning the bugs still seemed very strange so I found an article that I remembered seeing, regarding a local lady doctor and her son who is a budding entomologist, finding glo-worms nearby, apparently this was rather strange too according to the article. The doctors number was in the article so I gave her a call and she agreed to look at our bug pics.
The answer you saw.
After getting her reply I looked again at the scope pics of the web things Michelle took the second day. At the time I did not take too much notice,the web things
seemed a lot more advanced but that was all.
I was also busy catching up on my work which has badly lapsed this last week.
Andrew, after looking at the 2nd day scope pics again, I am absolutely sure that these bugs will prove to be from the webs..
I have spent hours on the net trying to find some mosquito that does not lay its lava in water, there is not any, well none that I could find. But neither is there any such mosquito as ours.
If mosquitoes only lay their lava in water what the hell are they doing in these webs.?
Perhaps an article in yesterdays Daily Mail will help us get to the bottom of the problem (see below)
There is another major concern I have and that is the similarity between one of the web things and a picture I found on google of H5N1.
I have put the google images up next to the particular web thing I am talking about.
Reply From Local Dr.
Well, we've never seen anything like this before. Is there any chance you could slip one of them in a film canister or something & mail it to us, or if you're close enough, drop it round so we can have a closer look. The only conclusions that we've come up with so far are that it's an early moult of some kind of insect. The two barb-like pincers are a bit at odds with the long proboscis - the first suggests it's a predator and the second that it's a sap sucker. The compound eyes suggest some kind of fly. One possibility is that it may be a larval stage of a horse-fly of some kind, which do live in damp soil. Probably the best thing to do for a definitive answer is send the pictures to Surrey Wildlife Trust (http://www.surreywildlifetrust.co.uk) and see if they have an insect expert who can do the identification. If you find out, we'd be very interested to know whatthey are.
Sorry we can't be of more help,
K & B M