Why Is Aluminium In The Rainwater? Weather engineering & Chemtrails





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Published on May 17, 2010

It is amazing how few people notice what is going on in a major part of their environment! This film was made in Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand in April-May 2010 in order to draw people's attention to what is going on in their skies. A series of interviews with locals is presented to show how oblivious the majority of people are to what is going on, followed by an interview with 90-year-old Betty Hooper, a founding member of Grey Power in the region, who is well aware of the chemtrail/geo-engineering issue. Hooper, who has seen chemtrails both in New Zealand and overseas, made the suggestion that a chemtrails watch group be started in the region, hence the Northland New Zealand Chemtrails Watch group website at http://chemtrailsnorthnz.wordpress.com/

The following is from an article written earlier in the year, about Whangarei. Since this was written, the rainfall has been reasonable and frequent:

The smell of chemicals, the presence of chemtrails, aerosol material seen being sprayed from aircraft, distinctive wave patterns in clouds, man-made clouds, persistently cloudy skies without rain, plus the advent of strangely light rain, now seem to be the norm in Whangarei, while last year, they were virtually unknown to the region. Yet in spite of this drastic change to the environment, the drought and seemingly obvious evidence of weather manipulation, many still find it hard to believe that this form of secret warfare could be in play. If it not on TV, then they dont believe it could be happening.

Thankfully, it will now be more difficult for these Doubting Thomas's to put their heads in the sand, as a test on rainwater collected in Whangarei in April, has proven that we do have chemtrail chemicals linked to drought-inducing weather modification technology right here in our skies.

On the 16th of April, shortly after making a short film with Jim Reece, which is at YouTube titled Forecast Toxic Rain Expected in Northland, NZ: Chemtrails & The Technology Of Death, rainwater was collected in Whangarei in order to establish if chemtrail chemicals were in the air in particular, barium and aluminium, which have been linked to drought-inducing weather modification technology overseas.

Rainwater test results are here:

As you can see, barium was present, so too aluminium and boron. As mentioned, barium should not be in rainwater at all and it mentions on the WHO website that: Boron is not present in the atmosphere at significant levels (Sprague, 1972). Because borates exhibit low volatility, boron would not be expected to be present as a vapour in the atmosphere to any significant degree.

Aluminium may get into rainwater if it is blown up into the air from soil. I collected rainwater in a residential area in my back garden. I am not aware of the content of aluminium in local soil and the Northland Regional Council has not tested the soil in this area before either. However, in light of the fact that aluminium is being found around the world in association with these aerosol operations, many of which have been witnessed in this area, it is fair to assume that at least a significant proportion of the aluminium that was found, originated from aerosols, rather than from natural sources.

To conclude, this provides yet more evidence to show that weather modification technology is being used in this region. Barium and aluminium are hallmarks of chemtrail operations worldwide.

I encourage others to get the rainwater in their areas tested. The more evidence there is to show a criminal operation is taking place, the easier it will be to draw the public's attention to it.

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