Russ Tanner (http://www.globalskywatch.com) runs one of the largest Facebook groups about geoengineering and is always working on his educational projects for the public, so it’s really hard to get him to come on a show like ours that usually involves a long, in-depth discussion with an inspirational person doing what we think is important work. But this Sunday we get our wish and Russ joins us on Lost Arts Radio. In this visit, Russ will share with us how he first got interested in studying aircraft and first found out that chemtrails were real. We’ll hear about his early years and the steps that led up to his full time activism to educate the public about geoengineering. We’ll even get into Russ’s rare abilities to directly sense the different formulas of materials being sprayed.
It’s going to be an incredible discussion, introducing you to Russ Tanner the man and letting you in on why he is so committed to the work he does today. Some of you may not know that I worked with Russ and Dane Wigington as a host on Geoengineering Watch Radio, before Lost Arts Radio was born. It was a great experience, as all of us had a front-row seat to exactly how the California drought was artificially created. Since then I have been watching the development of geoengineering carefully, along with its connections to all the other simultaneous assaults occurring against humanity. I have stayed in touch with Russ the whole time, and have been looking for a chance over the last few months to have him on the show. We get that chance this Sunday night.
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