Lone Pine Lament

Middle Fork, Salmon River, Idaho USA

Middle Fork, Salmon River, Idaho USA

Lone Pine
A tree stands alone, where there once was a forest
No bird in her branches… no nest in her boughs
A tree stands alone, just waiting there for us
To come to our senses, and save ourselves now

She’s done all she can do, there’s nothing left for her
Her companions are gone, her children are dead
The hillside is barren, the grasses have withered
No one left to hear what’s so lovingly said

When the wind blows, it rustles her branches
And let’s her, once more, lift up her soft voice
But no one can hear her, so what are the chances
That mankind will finally make the right choice?

They just couldn’t hear the song she was singing
Or connect to the messages bourn on the wind
They couldn’t detect what the new clouds were bringing
More nails in the coffin… an untimely end

Standing alone, she still knows how it could be
How quickly new life can grow and take root
And she remembers the way that it was… and it should be
Without SRM or industrial soot

She remembers back when the wind was her lover
Bringing her gifts… summer rain, winter snow
She longs for those days, but she knows they are over
Now poisons arrive when the wind starts to blow

Once she awaited the beautiful Cumulus
Bringing her showers each hot afternoon
To nourish her seedlings and wash off the days dust
Helplessly now, she watches their doom

The sun is so hot, from the lost ozone layer
Moisture soon heats, rising up from the ground
The Cumulus grow, though they haven’t a prayer
Of resisting attacks that will soon be inbound

As the great Cumulus rise from their night’s bed
The assault, from above, all too soon arrives
A dispersal of doom that will scatter and shred
With collateral damage to innocent lives

After the raindrops are captured and wrangled
The vampires finally let go their prey
And those who haven’t been shredded or strangled
Shed toxin filled tears, at the end of the day

The tree stands alone and takes what they offer
It’s all she can do as she faces the strife
All the while knowing it will make her suffer
Knowing that someday it will take her life

Though her heart breaks, she can’t cry like the clouds do
Yet, is that a tear that runs down her bark?
She has been so weakened by mankind’s sky voodoo
A pine beetle arrow now pierces her heart

Standing alone, she knows she is dying
A slow bitter death, that may come with the Spring
The last of her stand, she never stops trying
Committed to Life and the Joy it can bring

The tree stands alone, where there once was a forest
No bird in her branches… no nest in her boughs
The tree stands alone, just waiting there for us
To do the right thing, and save this world now

Laura Marinangeli


SRM, mentioned above, is the acronym for Solar Radiation Management… a well documented, patented technique “proposed” to mimic the cooling effects of a large volcanic eruption like Mt. Pinatubo in 1991.  Unfortunately, that cooling is soon followed by a warming due to the blanket effect of the volcanic ash and aerosols, as well as heating from the increase in UV radiation resulting from destruction of the ozone layer’s interaction with Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) produced by the volcano.

The SRM programs, which have been in effect for decades (covertly in plain sight), have the same warming effect.  It should be remembered that this man-made warming is not occurring instead of industrial caused warming but, in addition to it, as well as the current uptick in SO2 producing volcanic activity which, it could be argued, may be related to accelerating post glacial rebound, another effect of our warming planet.  Worse, the extent to which the SRM programs are now in effect make them mathematically the single largest contributor to anthropogenic global warming.

Don’t forget to consider that these intentionally dispersed toxic materials end up in the air, water and soil.  They have long since entered the food chain and they have a cumulative effect.  Every living system is being impacted and our brethren, the trees, stand the front lines of exposure to the effects on the balance of Nature.  They are the canary in the coal mine… and they are screaming out to us… look, please, see the reality in front of your eyes!

Payette National Forest, Idaho, USA

Payette National Forest, Idaho, USA

Tree die-off in Sequoia National Forest, from Moro Rock.

Tree die-off in Sequoia National Forest, from Moro Rock.

Sequoia National Forest, California, USA

Sequoia National Forest, California, USA

Yosemite National Park, California USA

Just outside Yosemite National Park, California USA

Ancient trees dying near Lake Tahoe, California

Ancient trees dying near Lake Tahoe, California

Lassen Volcanic National Forest, California

Lassen Volcanic National Forest, California

SRM aerosols filling the sky along Interstate 5, near Mt. Shasta, California

SRM aerosols filling the sky along Interstate 5, near Mt. Shasta, California

Stanley Basin, near the Headwaters of The Salmon River... aka The River Of No Return. Idaho, USA

Stanley Basin, near the Headwaters of The Salmon River… aka The River Of No Return, Idaho, USA.  The dead tree on the left is a Whitebark Pine and was several hundred years old, if not over a thousand, at the time of it’s death sometime in the past decade.

Whitebark pine, a very long lived, high altitude pine that provides great nutrition for bears (especially grizzly bears), birds and squirrels is rapidly dying throughout its range, quickly dwindling down to an endangered species. The direct causes are the mountain pine bark beetle, the exotic pine blister rust, and in some places unusual high altitude forest fires. Many say the ultimate cause is climatic change to warmer winters. At any rate, some trees in the photo in the dead stands below were over 2000 years old. Ralph Maughan, October 6, 2011

“Whitebark pine, a very long lived, high altitude pine that provides great nutrition for bears (especially grizzly bears), birds and squirrels is rapidly dying throughout its range, quickly dwindling down to an endangered species. The direct causes are the mountain pine bark beetle, the exotic pine blister rust, and in some places unusual high altitude forest fires.  Many say the ultimate cause is climatic change to warmer winters. At any rate, some trees in the photo in the dead stands below were over 2000 years old… Ralph Maughan, October 6, 2011”

The following video clip discusses the impact of climate change on forest fires, stating that the last 32 years has seen a nine fold increase in forest fires across the west.  What is not discussed in this clip is the presence and impact of the volatile, nano-particulate, heavy metal salts used in SRM (Solar Radiation Management) programs for climate engineering, now called climate intervention.  These volatile nano-particulates not only coat the entire ecosystem, they are also taken into the plant systems via the roots and leaves.  This leads to much hotter, more destructive fires that often sterilize the forest floor, retarding or preventing future growth and regeneration.

Please visit GeoengineeringWatch.org the most informative place to learn more about the dire practice of SRM aka Solar Radiation Management, how it is affecting the health and future of everyone on this planet, exacerbating the dire environmental issues we are already facing and creating a toxic environment that restricts the ability of our planet to support life.

Geoengineering And The Dying Of The Trees

Massive Global Tree Die-Off Linked To Geoengineering

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