Guest – Bridget Conroy, Arizona Skywatch
Dear Skywatchers, this week we go West, to the frontier. We talk with Bridget Conroy live in Pacificaâ€™s New York City studios. Bridget is the director of Arizona Skywatch.com, sheâ€™s a teacher and environmental researcher. For years Bridget and her partner have been the catalyst of information for politicians and other skywatchers.
Later in the program we go to Oregon Skywatcher Jeanne Amistan, who began to talk about climate engineering and the aerosol programs with neighbors and friends in her community. Their indifference prompted Jeanne to conduct weekly meetings about the illegality of climate engineering and how to communicate this to the US political body.
Jeanne also says she helped design a light box together with other physicians. A light box is used to treat seasonal affective disorder. A condition associated with global dimming. Jeanne says this condition affects mood and sleep cycles.
Bridget Conroy mentions that wheat production in the United States and Canada is down 47 percent. Add to that disappearing bees (CCD) and common species of birds such as Whipporwills and Sparrows.
That’s Bridget and AirshipAl after taping the program. Airship just informed me that Jeff Rense has linked AirshipAl’s YouTube videos to their home page. Nice work Airship!!
Bridget also mentions the subtle conditioning being communicated through US postal stamps. Notice the first stamp at the top left corner. This is fallout from chemtrails at sunset. This, along with advertising, computer animation and grade-school science textbooks will slowly ease the mind into the new reality. Bypassing our collective long term memory.
Another example of breaking into people’s minds with the new reality. This is also when you realize the scope of this program. Nothing is done accidentally.