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Twin Sunsets

Last week the sun began to set. Oddly, the sun was setting in the wrong place. My house was lit up from the East side like a sunrise and the sun was setting on the west slope. We went outside to see what was going on and the answer was written in the sky, Chemtrails all over the place like cross hatching. Two planes were painting the sky with chemicals at that time. The chemical they were spraying were staying in the atmosphere and was reflecting like glitter in the sky the sunset. The result was dual sunsets. 

East side sunset

West side chemtrails, setting sun

East side faux sunset

East side chemtrails and faux chemtrails

East sunset

East Sunset


West side chemtrails and real sunset

Chemtrail cross hatching across the sky on the east sunset.

Final decent of the sun on the west side over the slope.


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