Chemtrails/Geoengineering Awareness Forum
San Francisco, July 29, 2017
Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Main Library
July 29, 2017 10am-5.30pm FREE
All life on Earth is under attack from a covert program of chemical spraying and electromagnetic warfare. It’s known in government, military and academic circles as “geoengineering,” “solar radiation management” or “stratospheric sulfate injection” – but because it’s a covert, black budget program it’s still officially denied, despite mountains of evidence and hundreds of patents. Just look up and you’ll see it in action.
The goal of this forum is to explain what’s going on, how it started, who is involved, how it effects our health and what we can and must do about it.
Speakers include Elana Freeland, author of “Chemtrails, HAARP, and the Full Spectrum Dominance of Planet Earth,” Peter Kirby, author of “Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project,” broadcaster Clyde Lewis, Patrick Roddie (StopSprayingUs.com) and others.
This is a public meeting, all are welcome to attend. Admission is free, but donations are welcome to cover our costs.
Patrick Roddie is a Northern Ireland born geoengineering/chemtrails activist and researcher with a background in physics, journalism and photography. His goal is to prove the devastating health effects of the spraying and push it out into mainstream awareness. He presented his paper “Human Health Impacts of Proposed Geoengineering Solutions” to the Paris Climate Conference, the federal Environmental Protection Agency and the Istanbul Security conference. He is developing a global, public domain database linking deaths to evidence of spraying which will show how all levels of government are actively concealing mass carnage. His website is StopSprayingUs.com
Where & When
The forum is being held in the state of the art Koret Auditorium on the lower level of San Francisco Main Library, 100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102. Civic Center BART (which connects with San Francisco Airport and the East Bay) is within a block of the Grove Street entrance and there’s a large underground parking garage in front of the library.
Doors open at 10am, Saturday July 29th, 2017 and the event will begin shortly afterwards. There’s a cafe outside the auditorium, but food and drink are not allowed inside.