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Adverse health effects noted, bio-warfare testing underway
By Shepard Ambellas
(INTELLIHUB) — Over the past week there have been many major sightings of what I have termed ‘chem-webs’ popping up in various states throughout the US.
In fact, I myself was eating pizza outside the other evening here in Austin and literally saw them falling from the sky in 20-foot-long strands. And one thing is for sure, they are not spider webs people! Spiders simply do not spin webs in the Earth’s atmosphere and then drop them down in massive clumps over the area of several states.
Here are some of the observations and photos taken by Intellihub readers over the past few days:
John also sent a second email Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015 to Intellihub reading:
And as luck would have it, more Chem-webs were falling from the sky again today. Here is a pic that I just took and more webs floating down as you look up. November is when this type is sprayed from my observation. Thanks, John.
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