So as I was kissing my wife goodbye this morning I looked up in the sky and saw a "plane" laying down a "contrail" that stretched from one horizon to the "plane", which was well on its way to the other horizon. "Well," I thought, "Looks like they're at it today again."
Then I set out for work. Upon leaving my neighborhood and changing direction I was afforded a new perspective on the sky above - And what to my wondering eyes should appear, but the site you see in the photo below. I've seen a lot of criss-cross chemtrails over Wichita, but nothing like this.
It's like the sky is being divided into sections. Equal sections. Sections that converge on a point, and X marks the spot over north Wichita, KS.
Now, anyone who has researched chemtrails at all - or just takes the time to observe the ones overhead almost 24/7 - knows that these things hang in the sky. They don't go away. They just spread out and become "clouds".
It's two days till Christmas. Meteorologists have been predicting wintry weather for a few days now. It will be interesting to see what actually does occur and how it fits with the prediction. Insider leaks have indicated part of the chemtrail mission is seeding the sky for precipitation. If we get significantly more or less than predicted by the local guys, we should take note.
And if not...meh.
All I know is I've got the melody for the 12 Days of Christmas stuck in my head right now.
"On the 10th day of Christmas, my New WO gave to me...10 chemtrails spreading..."