Planetary Cycles and Climate Change with Penny Kelly
World of Empowerment
Planetary Cycles and Climate Change with Penny Kelly
April 6, 2024
Penny Kelly on Planetary Cycles and Climate Change: A Thought-Provoking Conversation about aluminum spraying, biodynamics, carbon footprint, carbon tax, chemtrails, climate change, colonization of Mars, consciousness, Dane Wigington The Dimming, Donald Trump, effect of CERN, environmental impact, extraterrestrials, food regulations, the Higgs Boson particle, ice age cycles, micronova, nanoparticles, plasma sheets, pollution, population control, positive thinking, rogue energy systems, Rudolf Steiner, soil microorganisms, solar flares, survival strategies, tinnitus, transhumanism, and waste composting.
Welcome to the World of Empowerment Podcast on Planetary Cycles and Climate Change. In our 507th episode, we engage in a rich and riveting conversation with our esteemed guest, Penny Kelly. We navigate the complex terrain of climate change, environmental impact, and the power of individual action.

In today's rapidly evolving world, the conversation surrounding climate change has become increasingly polarized. On one side, there are those who view climate change as an urgent crisis driven by human activity, necessitating immediate action to reduce carbon footprints and mitigate environmental degradation. On the other, skeptics argue that what we're witnessing is merely a natural planetary cycle, a transient phase in Earth's long history that will eventually stabilize without human intervention. Amidst this dichotomy of beliefs, pollution—undeniably real and observable—often gets conflated with broader climate change narratives, muddying the waters of our understanding and response.

Penny Kelly brings a refreshing perspective to this complex issue, blending scientific inquiry with a deep awareness of the nuanced interplay between human activities and natural cycles. Her work sheds light on not just the visible aspects of climate change and pollution but also on less discussed elements such as geoengineering and its unintended consequences on both the environment and human health.

The Convergence of Natural Cycles and Human Impact

The Earth has undergone countless changes throughout its history, driven by natural cycles that range from solar patterns to geological shifts. These cycles have historically dictated the rhythm of life on our planet, influencing everything from weather patterns to species evolution. However, Penny Kelly points out that recent anomalies in weather behavior suggest an interference in these natural cycles—a deviation from historical norms that cannot be fully explained by natural processes alone.

Geoengineering: A Double-Edged Sword

One of the most controversial topics that Penny touches upon is geoengineering—the deliberate manipulation of environmental processes in an attempt to combat or mitigate climate change effects. While intentions behind such interventions may stem from a desire to protect our planet, Kelly highlights how these actions often lead to unforeseen repercussions. The introduction of particulate matter into the atmosphere through practices like chemtrailing introduces foreign elements into ecosystems, affecting everything from air quality to human health.

Kelly’s discussions reveal a troubling picture where efforts to control or alter natural systems inadvertently contribute to ecological imbalance. The materials found in chemtrails—strontium, barium, glass particles—are now pervasive across environments once considered pristine or untouched by urban pollution sources.

Health Implications: Beyond Environmental Degradation

Perhaps one of the most alarming insights shared by Penny is the impact of these interventions on human health. Conditions such as tinnitus—a constant ringing or noise perception in ears not caused by external sound—are being linked to nanoparticle pollution from aluminum exposure among other factors. This goes beyond mere environmental concern; it's a public health issue directly tied to our attempts at controlling nature's course.

Moreover, wildlife anomalies reported worldwide hint at broader ecological disruptions potentially stemming from these same sources—an unsettling reminder that our actions ripple through interconnected systems in ways we might not fully comprehend.


As we navigate through discussions on climate change and environmental protection, Penny Kelly’s insights urge us toward a deeper consideration of our role within Earth’s vast ecosystem. It becomes clear that while addressing pollution and mitigating climate change are imperative, discernment is needed in how we approach these goals. Understanding the delicate balance between aiding recovery and inadvertently causing further harm is crucial.

In seeking solutions for today’s environmental challenges, embracing both humility before nature’s complexity and responsibility for our impact emerges not just as ethical imperatives but as essential components for sustainable coexistence with our planet. As we continue exploring ways forward amid changing climates and evolving landscapes, let us remain mindful of both our power for change and the inherent wisdom embedded within Earth's natural cycles—a guiding light towards harmonious living on this shared home.

So buckle up for a thought-provoking journey through climate, consciousness, and the very fabric of reality.

Questions to ask yourself after listening:

1. How do water-based and fat-based chelation methods differ, and what are their respective roles in detoxifying the body, according to Penny Kelly?
2. Penny mentioned the ingestion of bentonite clay for health benefits. What are the potential risks and rewards of ingesting clay, and how should one go about it safely?
3. Can you elaborate on the concept of counter-rotating energy systems discussed by Penny Kelly, and how does this ET perspective challenge our conventional understanding of good and evil?
4. What are the implications of significantly reducing carbon dioxide levels, considering its essential role in plant life?
5. Penny Kelly shares skepticism about efforts to lower carbon footprints. What are some alternative measures we can take to address environmental concerns without negatively impacting ecosystems?
6. How do societal labels and judgments influence public opinion and complicate conversations around contentious issues like COVID and climate change?
7. Penny alludes to the impact of human-created materials on the environment, such as the insulating effects of plastic and aluminum. How does this affect oceanic balances and, consequently, global climate patterns?
8. What practical steps can individuals take to improve soil quality and support sustainable agriculture based on the methods discussed by Penny Kelly, like using compost-imprinted water?
9. How does the discussion on inner earth Tartaria and the planned future conversations relate to the broader context of environmental and societal change?
10. Penny Kelly touches on the concept of planetary cycles, including ice ages and interglacial periods. How do current climate change trends compare to these normal planetary cycles, and how might solar events like a micronova affect us?