Lithium and the Experiment over Oregon

By Ann Fillmore, PhD

In January 2015, I began receiving reports by email, telephone and over Facebook of very specific symptoms from very specific locations under very specific spraying activity throughout Oregon. From my experience as a counselor, having had to do an internship for drug rehabilitation many long years ago, I instantly recognized that the symptoms were being caused, almost certainly, by lithium intake. How could so many people be suddenly dosed up on lithium? And then it hit here in Reedsport, a tiny town on the central coast of Oregon. I had no more doubt. I posted my findings on the various FB pages.  

In direct response to these posts, the first letter from the whistle blower arrived on January 30, 2015. I at first thought it was another letter of complaint from someone who thought I had the solution to the horrors of Geoengineering. Instead, the letter is the real thing.

For six months, I respected the danger this person, who uses the pseudonym Locke, was putting himself in and I was very discreet about who saw the letter. And I was very discreet in putting messages on the FB sites to confirm to Locke that I was working on his message. I used the letter as a teaching tool and it was very effective. Either readers were completely convinced of what is happening in Oregon or they went into horrified denial. The Geoengineering activists to whom I sent the letter almost always dismissed it, ignored it or immediately responded that they couldn’t do anything about it. This was very disappointing until I realized that the atrocity of Geoengineering, and these experiments, is on such a vast scale that each of us is struggling to fight in our own corner with very little mutual support.


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FOJ Show – Could I be arrested if I deny climate change? with Michael Murphy & Suzanne Maher

Published on Sep 23, 2015

This is the Freedom Of Joyce Show hosted by Tere Joyce.

Could I be arrested for denying climate change? The 1st hour is an interview with American documentary filmmaker, Michael Murphy regarding his 3rd film on chemtrails/geoengineering, “An Unconventional Shade of Grey”.  The second hour is Canadian anti-geoengineering activist, Suzanne Maher who has a string of billboards educating people about geoengineering spraying of our skies.

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UK Guardian Propagandizes Issue of Apparent Weather Modification Use During Californian Drought

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Masses of aerosol trails have been seen over California during this four-year-long drought yet the UK Guardian expects its readers to believe that all is normal and natural.  The photo included are from CA Chemtrails on Facebook, not the UK Guardian.

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A lack of rain is way too simple an explanation for these conspiracy theorists – it’s why it hasn’t rained much in four years that matters: the US government is geoengineering the California climate

To most Californians, the state’s four-year drought is not all that mysterious: it just hasn’t rained in a very long time.

Then there are those for whom that’s way too simple an explanation.

Last week, a crowd of several hundred turned out in Redding, in northern California, to hear grave warnings from a solar power contractor named Dane Wigington that the weather has been taken over by government geoengineers spraying our skies with toxic chemicals in a doomed attempt to slow down global warming.

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In April, an essay published under the name “State of the Nation” argued that the drought was not only artificially created, it was in fact a stepping-stone in the US military-industrial complex’s master plan to take over the planet and achieve “total control of all of Earth’s resources”.

The country’s leading conspirator, radio host Alex Jones, has jumped on the bandwagon, as has Natural News, a website known for its campaigns against public vaccination programs.

Quite why the US government would want to fry California to a crisp is a matter of some confusion and debate. But the longer the drought goes on – it is already the longest of the modern era – the more currency the fringe theories appear to be gaining.

“There is NO NATURAL WEATHER at this point,” Wigington’s website asserts. “The climate engineers decide when it will rain or snow, where, how much, and how toxic the rain or snow will be, where there will be drought or heat.”

The conspiracists are in no doubt: the government is spraying chemicals and artificially holding back weather patterns off the California coast to keep the rain away. They are doing this with planes – Wigington likes to show audience footage of thick contrails spewing into the sky, evidence he calls “undeniable” – but they may also have operated in the past from a military installation in Alaska, now closed, called the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP.

More: UK Guardian: ‘Drought blamers: California conspiracists see government’s hand in arid climate’


Photos included from CA Chemtrails on Facebook

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Municipality in California to investigate chemtrails – Meteorologist: “We have been misled by the military industrial complex”

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Inform The Public With Chemtrails Stickers

We are getting 1,000 more stickers printed this coming week, of the design shown here, at a cost of just 10c each.   They are 10cm x 5cm and printed on glossy paper, not vinyl.  Consequently, they are not weather-proof,  so I recommend that you choose places to stick them where they will not have to endure the elements.

They should be ready for distribution in about 8 days, at which time I will forward them to those who want them.   If you would like some of these to inform those in your region, please email me at with your address.

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Drought-stricken farmers brace for “El Nino”

RadioNZ Updated at 8:10 am today

North Canterbury farmers still dealing with a drought are bracing themselves for more misery as an El Nino weather pattern is forecast between now and April.

North Canterbury sheep and beef farmer Greg Chamberlain said in the past six months, Cheviot has had less rainfall than the Sahara desert, and no major downpours in the past 15 months.

Mr Chamberlain said it was the driest he had seen it in 25 years of farming in the area; one creekbed hasn’t flowed for the past year.

He said the colder-than-usual temperatures over autumn, a feature of El Nino that has already started to bite, had also stunted grass growth, leaving him no option but to sell off more than half his stock, taking his numbers from 4500 to 1600.

The other feature of an El Nino is drier-than-normal conditions to the east of the country.


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Questions & Answers in the New Zealand Parliament for Sept 9, 2015 related to The “Climate Change” Hoax

Questions and Answers in the New Zealand Parliament for Sept 9.

Questions to Ministers

Climate Change—Pacific Islands Forum

1. JAMES SHAW (Co-Leader—Green) to the Minister for Climate Change Issues : Are New Zealand officials working to soften the climate change declaration to be adopted at the Pacific Islands Forum?

Hon SIMON BRIDGES (Acting Minister for Climate Change Issues): No. Our officials are working closely with their Pacific colleagues to get a strong declaration on climate change from the forum. A clear statement of ambition that recognises the particular circumstances in the Pacific will be an important contribution to the outcome in Paris in December.

James Shaw : Given that answer, will he support the call of Pacific Island leaders at the forum to hold global temperature increases to a level that would ensure their survival—yes or no?

Hon SIMON BRIDGES : Of course we all think climate change is an incredibly important issue. I think the member, though, is getting ahead of himself. The declaration is going to be discussed, and a consensus, we hope, arrived at tomorrow. I do not believe there is a settled position today. It is a matter of open dialogue by all the parties there to try to achieve consensus.

James Shaw : Will he support the completely reasonable resolution from small Island States to put an immediate moratorium on any new coalmines?

Hon SIMON BRIDGES : I think ultimately that is for different countries in terms of their energy mix, but be very clear: New Zealand is, as indeed the member should be, incredibly proud of the $100 million we are putting into Pacific Island nations to make them more renewable. There are some 20 renewable projects in Tonga, Samoa, Tuvalu, and a number of other Pacific Island countries where New Zealand is taking a leadership position on renewable energy.

James Shaw : I raise a point of order, Mr Speaker. My question was specifically in relation to the resolution from small Island States to put in a moratorium on new coalmines, not about the amount of aid that we are—

Mr SPEAKER : Order! Again, I need to refer the member to Speaker’s ruling 187/4. The member is, effectively, asking for a yes or no answer to the question that he has raised. The Minister is not required to give a yes or no answer.

James Shaw : I raise a point of order, Mr Speaker. That may be true, but it was in relation to the resolution in relating to a request for no new coalmines, and I do not believe that the Minister addressed that question. [Interruption]

Mr SPEAKER : Order! [Interruption] Order! As I listened to the question, I think it has been addressed. It is a marginal call, from my point of view. As a way forward I will on this occasion allow the member an additional supplementary question.

James Shaw : So what does he have to say to the President of Kiribati, Anote Tong, who has told us that: “We cannot negotiate this, no matter how much aid. We cannot be bought on this one because it’s about the future.”?

Hon SIMON BRIDGES : Well, of course, the Prime Minister is in Papua New Guinea. He will be respectfully listening to the various positions. As I have already said, I think this is a matter of an open dialogue to try to achieve consensus tomorrow in relation to a declaration on this very important issue—I think we all agree—of climate change.

James Shaw : And what is his response to Pacific Island leaders who are calling for New Zealand to be kicked out of the forum because our approach to climate change represents the single greatest threat to their territorial integrity and security?

Hon SIMON BRIDGES : Well, of course, as I say, I think we take climate change very seriously. We have got an ambitious target heading into Paris. I think that New Zealanders, including the members of this House, should be incredibly proud, actually, of the leadership role that we play in the Pacific when it comes to climate change, whether that is in terms of sharing experience and expertise in a range of areas, or whether it is spending and investing $100 million across Pacific Island countries in renewable energy that is literally transformative to small communities throughout, as I say, the Pacific.

James Shaw : How many of the 179,000 people living in Kiribati, the Marshall Islands, Nauru, and Tuvalu will New Zealanders take in as refugees when sea level rise renders those countries uninhabitable?

Hon SIMON BRIDGES : I think that the member is referring to climate refugees. That is of course a possible future phenomenon, and hence one of real concern—I think we would all agree again—to Pacific Island nations and those people, each and every one of them whom the member talks about. We think that our response in New Zealand to climate change should continue to focus on mitigation and adaptation measures, so Pacific peoples can continue to live in their own countries. As I say, the leadership role that we have had in the Pacific on climate change is something that I think New Zealanders and the member should be proud of.

James Shaw : Is he happy, therefore, to go to Paris with an emissions reduction target that, if widely adopted by the rest of the international community, would eliminate entire countries in the South Pacific?

Hon SIMON BRIDGES : The member is entirely wrong. We have an ambitious new target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 30 percent below the 2005 levels by 2030. This is—and the member may not like it—a significant increase on our current unconditional target. We compare favourably with other countries: the same as Canada, a little better than the United States—27 percent on 2005 levels—a little better than Australia, and a little under the EU. I think that we can hold our heads up going to Paris with a high level of ambition.

James Shaw : Is he aware that climate scientists at the Climate Action Tracker group have placed New Zealand’s response as insufficient and inadequate, and we are in fact in the bottom category of countries in terms of the levels of ambition that we are taking to Paris?

Hon SIMON BRIDGES : Well, of course there will be a spectrum of views on these things, and there is a clear desire for high ambition from many people. But I will repeat what I have already said: we have got an ambitious target that we take to Paris, and we compare favourably with other countries.


World Expert: Rise of sea levels is ‘the greatest lie ever told’

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South Island Farmers fear return to ‘desert’ conditions

See the post immediately before this one.

RadioNZ, 4 September 2015


Vince Daily, who runs a 160 hectare cropping farm in Cheviot, said the NIWA weather station on his farm showed the soil moisture level was at 30 percent, rather than the normal 100 percent it is at at this time of year.

Mr Daily said any drought caused by El Niño would just be a continuation of the current conditions.

“We could lose 2 or 3 percent moisture a day and in 20 days you could be back to looking like a desert again,” he said.

“I took over the farm here in 1975, so I’ve seen a few. Last [El Niño] we had a lot of north-westerlies in the spring.”

He said even a couple of inches of rain in November would make a huge difference.

“Even at the moment, the grass is starting to grow but we need a bit of good rain just to get things going. If we get all this wind they are talking about, it’s going to be interesting.”

Dry winter for eastern parts of New Zealand

Meanwhile, NIWA has just released its climate summary for winter, which shows rainfall was below normal or well below normal in eastern parts of both islands.

In contrast, rainfall was plentiful for many western areas of New Zealand.

NIWA said winter temperatures were near average across most of the country.

There were pockets of below average temperatures in western Waikato, Tararua, Wairarapa, mid-Canterbury, Tasman and coastal Otago, and pockets of above average temperatures in Christchurch, Central Otago and Manawatu.

The nation-wide average temperature in winter was just above 8°C, but Mackenzie Country and Central Otago recorded some of the lowest temperatures ever in June.

The lowest was -21°C at Tara Hills in Otago on 24 June.


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Dutchsinse: 9/03/2015 – Large Microwave Energy Pulse hits planet Earth & Destroys storm near NZ

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To science bloggers living with mommy

by Jon Rappoport, No More Fake News, August 25, 2015

These conventional science bloggers are really something. They’ve never met a published study extolling mainstream science they haven’t loved. I don’t know, maybe the studies somehow remind them of mommy and her warm basement where they still live at age 40 and do their important work.

A study praising a new drug? A study claiming a vaccine was “well tolerated?” A study claiming GMOs are perfectly safe? A study reporting the dire effects of man-made warming? They kiss it and try to make it warming hoax

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NZ Weatherman Denounces News Industry As Corrupted

Weatherman, Philip Duncan who addressed the chemtrail issue in May 2010, wrote this  on Twitter about the news industry a few days ago.   It is nothing that we don’t know already, but it is nice to see it confirmed by a weatherman.


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