Barium, Chemtrails, And Immunosuppression
By Bob Lee
There is growing evidence to suggest that the 'chemtrail' phenomenon
is rather more serious than just 'jets releasing water vapor high in
the sky.' Research by Clifford Carnicom
[http://www.carnicom.com/precip1.htm] supports a likelihood of
increased barium precipitates in rain water collected in areas where
chemtrail spraying has recently occurred.
What are the effects of barium, a heavy metal, on humans? Pecanha and
Dos Reis (1989) reported in an article entitled "Functional
heterogeneity in the process of T lymphocyte activation; barium blocks
several modes of T cell activation, but spares a functionally unique
subset of PHA-activable T cells" published in Clinical Experimental
Immunology 1989 May;76(2):311-6, that "All modes of T cell activation,
except PHA-induced mitogenesis, were blocked in a reversible and
dose-related manner by Ba2+ (barium)." In other words, barium will
turn off the body's T-cells. T-cells are an important part of the
body's immune system with OKT4+ helper-inducer T-cells directing an
attack of the body's OKT8 hunter-killer cells to attack and kill a
foreign antigen (invading bacteria or virus). In short summary, barium
can turn off your immune system.
Pecanha and Dos Reis (1989) in another study entitled, "Murine
polyclonal T-lymphocyte activation induced by phytohemmagglutinin;
differential lymphokine requirements of two unusual activation
pathways defined by resistance to blockade by barium and by
cyclosporin A" published in International Journal of
Immunopharmacology 1989;11(2):149-56 stated, "Other modes of T-cell
activation, including ConA-induced responses, are completely blocked
by Ba2+ (barium), which seems to affect an early Ca2+-dependent step
of T-cell activation, as determined by kinetic and competition
experiments." There is no question about the effect of barium
exposure, i.e., barium will interfere with T-cell activation - barium
will interfere with natural immune system functioning.
If the research concerning the particulate matter in rainwater
collected in areas where chemtrail activity is high continues to yield
barium, we may have a first understanding of the purpose of chemtrail
spraying, i.e., to directly impact the T-cell systems of the humans
beneath the chemtrail targets. Therefore, in the continuing science of
study of chemtrails it is imperative that measurements of the health
of the population beneath the targeted areas be monitored. As barium
blocks T-cells activation, i.e., weakening the immune system, we
should expect to see statistically significant increases in various
diseases which might normally be minimally occurring in a population
with a fully-activated immune system. It is therefore important to
seek out physicians, nurses, and other medical authorities in
chemtrail spray areas who may then report on the incidence of disease.
If barium is, indeed, a significant particulate in 'chemtrail'
sprayings it is hypothesized that, upon a few days after a spraying,
there would be an increased number of the population seeking medical
The work of Clifford Caricom should continue and be supported. Efforts
to confirm the presence of barium in rainwater collected beneath
chemtrail spray zones should be extended by other interested chemists
and interested public. Additionally, surveillance of disease incidence
beneath chemtrail spray zones should begin among physicians, nurses,
and hospitals and efforts to correlate disease incidence with barium
levels in sprayings should be undertaken by interested statisticians.
Pecanha LT, Dos Reis GA
Functional heterogeneity in the process of T lymphocyte activation;
barium blocks several modes of T cell activation, but spares a
functionally unique subset of PHA-activable T cells.
Clin Exp Immunol. 1989 May;76(2):311-6.
PMID: 2788051 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
Pecanha LM, Dos Reis GA.
Murine polyclonal T-lymphocyte activation induced by
phytohemmagglutinin; differential lymphokine requirements of two
unusual activation pathways defined by resistance to blockade by
barium and by cyclosporin A.
Int J Immunopharmacol. 1989;11(2):149-56.
PMID: 2649443 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]