Sky-writing for Jesus

Clare’s posted some impressive photos of sky-writing over the USA, and Rose wonders

What kind of craft do they need to create that

Well, wonder no more, here is the culprit…

It’s a Grumman Ag Cat, a type of which Jerry Stevens has been using to sky-write his religious messages with since 1998.

At least five times a week, sometimes twice a day, Stevens takes to the skies in a yellow crop-duster he says God told him to name “Holy Smoke.” He soars 9,500 feet above Palm Beach County to pen “Love God” out of white smoke. The messages, which span 7 miles, can be seen 40 to 50 miles away, often lingering in the clear blue sky for 15 minutes.

People have offered him money to write advertisements or political messages. But he refuses to do it.

“I strictly fly for God,” he said.

No mention of chemtrails at all. The process is explained…

The messages take about seven minutes to write in long plumes of smoke, produced when he pulls a lever that pours oil into the plane’s exhaust pipe.

You can see more pictures, and find out more about Jerry at his godis4u.net website.

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11 thoughts on “Sky-writing for Jesus

    • I must admit, I didn’t even know ‘hemroid’ was an acceptable spelling of ‘hemorrhoids’ until you posted that, so thanks for expanding my knowledge.

      And no, just a normal maori name.

  1. What you have to check it before you post our comments .are you the chief censer?
    what ever is posted is not nessary displayed?

    • It’s the default WordPress settings. First-time commenters go into a moderation queue — once they’re approved, all subsequent comments will go straight through.

      • How dare you not censor your blog when Clare censors hers quiet capriciously…I mean I post relatively polite and informative comments there & they never appear…..whereas she has a few “pet” debunkers who she lets through??

        I feel discriminated against! 😦

        Whine over…;)

  2. Thanks mate, now we know who you are! Nothing personal ,but when comments are left to be moderated you get the urge to be cheeky!!.any way still a chem trail technically!Every thing can be broken down into chemical composition

    • Indeed. Probably not the sort of ‘chem’ trail that Clare & co. mean though (and, for a lesson in comment censoring and deletion, you should try disagreeing with here over at her blog!)

  3. Great minds..or simple?? 🙂 If you haven’t found it yet the data comes from http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/world/historical.php

    If you count up the number & plot them you ge the graph – but this is “SELECTED earthquakes of general historic interest.” – it is NOT every destructive earthquake in the last 100 years! (which I have said in a post to Clare that hasn’t been approved yet)

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