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Clifford Carnicom: What Are We Breathing? Urgent Research Update Via Lost Arts Radio
Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 11/19/17
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It’s been a while now since Clifford Carnicom (www.carnicominstitute.org), one of the world’s foremost researchers in geoengineering, has visited with us at Lost Arts Radio, so his appearance this coming Sunday is an event you will not want to miss. Clifford is the founder of the Carnicom Institute, and is fully dedicated to his work of identifying the materials actually in the air we breathe, that are not supposed to be there. Last time we had the privilege of talking with Clifford, he told us straight out, there is a lot more in the residue in our air than just the aluminum, barium and strontium that are typically the first contaminants investigators of the chemtrails phenomenon discover. He went on to explain that dried blood cells and other biological contaminants of great importance were raining down on us, and he had personally seen them under the microscope in his lab.
This time, we have Clifford for a more in-depth discussion, a rare opportunity since he does few interviews with any media these days. We will have time to review what brought him into this politically very incorrect line of investigation. We’ll also talk about where the decades of research to identify and study the contaminants being dumped on us worldwide have taken him at this point in his work. Clifford is the first to admit that all of his intense investigation has barely scratched the surface of what remains to be known about this assault on humanity. I plan to ask him how we can help to support and carry his work on to the next step. Obviously, those looking seriously into what geoengineering really is are not given any support by government or global corporations, but instead are ridiculed and attacked to make sure the public stays asleep. We need to appreciate heroic figures willing to face this kind of abuse. Find out first-hand, in his own words, what Clifford Carnicom has been discovering about the true nature of the residue from chemtrails. This Sunday’s show will be a rare treat, for those who really want to know.
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