I collected rainwater in a large Pyrex dish, that was placed on a chair on my deck at Woodhill, Whangarei between mid-April and May 8th. On May 8th, I filled a 750ml Pump bottle to send to the lab. Hills Lab advised Pumps bottles are acceptable to use for water samples.
Before posting it, I held the sample up to the light to see if it looked clear or not. It did not. There was a white haze in the water. This did not surprise me, for on the afternoon of May 7th, 2013 I did some filming for several hours outside at Woodhill and noticed that there was a haze of white particulates in the air. Unfortunately, these left my lungs feeling heavily congested and they still felt uncomfortably clogged up at the time of writing, eight days later.
Some of the particulates in the air that day should have ended up in my rainwater sample and reveal some of what we are inhaling, as it rained in the early-hours of May the 8th and some of that water was included in my sample.
I asked the lab to test for aluminium, barium and strontium, as these are being found in rainwater where chemtrails/geoengineering is occurring. I also asked them to test for fluoride, as I had heard it was being found in rainwater in Europe. It does not appear to be present in my sample. (See results below).
I also collected rainwater in April 2010 and had this tested by Hills lab for barium and aluminium. The April 2010 sample had aluminium at a level of about twice the concentration of the latest sample. It was at a concentration of 0.058 g/m3. Interestingly, the barium level in the April 2010 sample, (0.0025g/m3) was at about the same concentration it is in this latest one, (0.0024g/m3).