Aluminum Dust from Geoengineering Fueling Super Wildfires

By Denis Mills , Sep 6, 2018 | Original PR Newswire article here

LOS ANGELES — While researching for his new novel, author Denis Mills discovered an alarming link between geo-engineering weather modification and the super wildfires. The author discovered that unprecedented levels of aluminum and barium nanodust, primary components in weather modification sky spraying, both of which are incendiary, are fueling the ferocity of the super wildfires.

Aluminum-fueled super wildfire

Aluminum-fueled super wildfire

A retired USAF brigadier general, Gen. Charles Jones, has been quoted from a public source as stating,

"These white aircraft spray trails are the result of scientifically verifiable spraying of aluminum particles and other toxic heavy metals, polymers and chemicals."

Author Denis Mills

"Millions of tons of aluminum and barium are being sprayed almost daily across the U.S., stated Mills, a former naval officer and UCLA graduate.

Mills continues:

"Just sprinkle aluminum or barium dust on a fire and see what happens. It’s near explosive. When wildfires break out, the aluminum/barium dust results in levels of fire intensity so great as to cause firefighters to coin a new term ‘firenados.’ The entire U.S., in addition to various other NATO countries, are being sprayed."

The government has, for years, denied the existence of geoengineering weather modification spraying. It now calls the program by various names, all under Geoengineering.

According to Cal Fire operation chief Steve Crawford, the fires are burning differently and more aggressively. It has been reported the fires move faster than anyone has ever seen and barriers that in years past contained them such as rivers, no longer do.

In California’s Mt. Shasta region, Francis Mangel, a USDA biologist tested and found elevated levels of aluminum in water and soil samples of 4,610 parts per million which is 25,000 times the safe guidelines of the World Health Organization.