On January the 2nd, 2010, when the sky was a far deeper blue than it is nowadays, I took the first photos of atmospheric aerosol trails in Northland for this website. They were a shocking and saddening sight, as was the evidence of what was to become the most severe drought in decades in early-2010.
Ten years on and the aerosol trail sightings and the drying out of the environment are still occurring regularly. The photos below were taken on January the 1st, 2020 from Whangarei, Northland.
A number of callers to NewsTalkZB on New Year’s Day 2020 spoke of seeing a haze in the sky in areas of New Zealand that they believed was coming from the fires in New South Wales and Victoria, which is about 2,600-plus kilometers away. Could the haze people were reporting seeing in New Zealand be aerosol trails dispersing, as well as, or rather than the smoke from the catastrophic Australian bush fires? It could be a combination of the two sources or perhaps predominantly aerosol material, given how common sightings of aerosol trail spraying is in this country currently? (Refer: Chemtrails over NZ on Facebook.com).
With the severe bush fires occurring in Australia, and the evidence that the atmospheric aerosols could be increasing the flammability of vegetation, should we be concerned about fire here? As Max Igan recently pointed out, the main components of the aerosols are the same as sparklers and the aerosols sprayed may be occurring with global arson on the agenda. It seems evident that we should be concerned and for a host of reasons.
Aerosol trails evident on January 1st, 2020 at 8.30pm. looking westwards from Whangarei.
New Year’s day, January 1st, 2020 taken from Woodhill, Whangarei at about 6.25pm
Two trails evident within one trail. 7.24pm January 1st, 2020
It seems likely that aerosol particulates are serving a range of functions. Many activists believe that the weather is being modified and extremes are being created using aerosols in order to win sympathy for climate change agendas. (As we have seen, the fires in Australia are being used to win sympathy for “climate change” agendas. For instance read: Australia bushfires: PM’s climate stance criticised as thousands flee blazes)
On another sinister note, we have been breathing in the heavy metals from the aerosol trails for 10 years now at least and are now potentially receptors for electromagnetic frequency devices of which 5G will play a disruptive and harmful role.
Advise the petition organizers in the International Appeal Stop 5G on Earth and in Space: “At least five companies are proposing to provide 5G from space from a combined 20,000 satellites in low- and medium-Earth orbit that will blanket the Earth with powerful, focused, steerable beams. Each satellite will emit millimeter waves with an effective radiated power of up to 5 million watts from thousands of antennas arranged in a phased array.”
5G is planned to be an inescapable command and control surveillance grid of which the aerosol trails are playing a stealth role.
On October the 2nd, 2001, Rep. Congressman Dennis Kucinich introduced the Space Preservation Act of 2001 – HR 2977, which called for the elimination of ‘exotic weaponry’ from space, including weather-modifying weapons such as ‘chemtrails.’ While this Act was amended and the term ‘chemtrails’ removed, the original which shows this technology exists, is on the Congressional Record.
The aerosols could also be being used to reduce our IQs. The particles are believed to be nano-sized, thus easily inhaled and able to cross the blood-brain barrier. More: What Chemtrails Are Doing To Your Brain – Neurosurgeon Dr. Russell Blaylock Reveals Shocking Facts.
As mentioned previously, according to California-based Master gardener and retired
Aerosol particulates from trails with “streamers” falling may take about half a day to reach the ground, according to Frances Mangels. Photo Whangarei, 2nd January 2010.
USDA Biologist, Frances Mangels, by using a laser light at night his Astronomy Club found that an aerosol trail’s particulates may take half a day to fall when the trail has streamers falling off it, like this one photographed on January the 2nd 2010, and when an aerosol trail is sprayed at an altitude of 30,000-40,000 feet and moving sideways and dispersing, its particulates may take 2, 3 or 4 days to reach earth.
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