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----- Original Message -----
From: AM
To: 'Bellringer'
Sent: Friday, November 08, 2013 8:32 AM
Subject: R: Nuclear Destruction

Dear Patrick ;

many thanks for your replay to my question about nuclear destruction.  Here attached, I send you an image of some very strange things falling from the sky.

They are white, and look like filaments of a spider’s web and can reach a length of 2 meters.

People are getting into panic as the don’t know what this can be, and this is happening in many places . The “experts”, say that this is due to the chemtrails and say the need to investigate further.

Do you have any explanation about this phenomenon ?

Many thanks in advance.

In Love and Light




FROM:  Patrick H. Bellringer
     TO:  AM
DATE:  Nov. 12, 2013
Dear AM:
    I apologize for the lateness of my reply.  What you describe as white spider web filaments falling from the sky are also known as "Angel Hair".  There are many reports of this happening,  but no one apparently has determined what it is.  Some doctors think it is related to Morgellons disease and others think the filaments are from barium in chemtrail aerosol to collect water.
    I include two articles here, one with information on "The Spider Web", and one on Chemtrails in general.  Maybe some of Fourwinds readers have the Truth about "Spider Webs/Angel Hair" and will respond.  We petition the Forces of Light to render this stuff harmless to all life.
In Love and Light,
Patrick H. Bellringer
REF: #1  ****CHEMTRAILS*****

The Spider's Web

Carnicom also received two similar spray samples picked up by separate eyewitnesses wanting to know what the strange weblike material was. One of the samples was fifty feet long by a half-inch wide. A small portion was sent to a laboratory for detailed analysis, whereupon two PhD's steadfastly maintained that the material was either silk or wool fibers. However, these men abruptly broke off all communication once their conclusion was challenged by simple, ordinary facts.

Human hair ranges from 60 to 100 microns thick. Wool fibers are 15 to 25 microns thick. Asbestos fibers are 2 to 3 microns thick. But the extremely adhesive, weblike fibers were essentially invisible to the human eye, measuring 0.2 to 0.3 microns in diameter. Under microscopic analysis they appeared wavy and of a synthetic nature. "Sufficiently unique to warrant further investigation," said Carnicom.

EPA Says "Drop Dead."

A sample was then sent to Carol M. Browner at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by certified mail.3 The EPA has since refused to acknowledge possession of the sample and has issued a statement saying they are "unaware" of any program to distribute materials over the population of the United States through the use of aircraft.

Doctors Become Alarmed

Eight doctors have come together to start the Morgellons Research Foundation, a grassroots organization, dedicated to finding the cause of an increasingly prevalent skin disease of unknown origin. Their website,, is a treasure-trove of medical documentation that includes photographs of the microfibers. The disease consists of skin lesions that contain "fiber-like objects as well as clear filament-like objects of unknown origin." "We are attempting to isolate this organism and determine how it is able to cause the intense itching, stinging and disfiguring skin lesions which are the main sy mptoms of this disease."

At the moment, the doctors say most reports are coming from California, Texas and Florida. "The working hypothesis of this foundation is that an infection with Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb) (the bacteria that causes Lyme disease), may alter the individual's immune system and allow this unknown organism to become an opportunistic co-infection."11 So far, ninety-five percent of those afflicted with this skin disease who were tested for Bb have tested positive.

The fibers have been analyzed by FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy) and are composed of cellulose. A mystery fungus is also thought to play a role in the disease.

Because the symptoms and physical findings are so unusual, most physicians just assume the patient is misinterpreting their condition. Many adults complaining of a hardening or thickening of the skin, hair loss, lymphedema, skin lesions, profound fatigue and joint pain, are receiving a diagnosis of Delusional Parasitosis. The Morgellons doctors added that, "Objects described as granules are often found associated with (the) skin lesions as well. Several people have had lymph nodes surgically removed due to obstruction." You can contact the doctors at or fax them at (760) 457-3441.

The Coming Global Desert?

If in an environment of 30% humidity you have what appears to be a cloud forming, it is logical to allow for the possibility of a foreign material or aerosol that is gathering what little moisture is available into that cloud formation. In this regard, Carnicom has developed a hypothesis that correlates well with the known facts. Since it is impossible for clouds to form under relative humidity conditions below 70% without the introduction of an aerosol of fine particles, then such particles must be present. Logically, these particles should contain nuclei with a water-loving nature, such as salt.. Carnicom concludes that barium salts are the answer. When barium carbonate is burned it forms barium oxide. Among other properties it possesses, barium oxide absorbs moisture, absorbs CO2 and induces respiratory distress.

It appears that the chemtrail aerosol is designed to function like a net, capturing moisture in the atmosphere on a planetary level, and then redirecting that moisture into space. Says Carnicom, "There is a case developing that moisture is actually being drawn out of the sky by this material and that the rainfall patterns are being altered. [End Quoting]


REF. #2

REF: #3  "Chemtrails? ‘Mysterious Fibers’ Fall from the Sky in France" --