An interview with skydiver Graeme Bull of Auckland, New Zealand.
February 1st, 2012.
I get video footage from 10,000 feet above while I’m parachuting. You could say that the sky is my playground and it has been for approximately 30 years. I have only been doing my own filming for the past couple of years. I use GoPro sports’ cameras.
Not surprisingly, given what is known about the composition of aerosols, I sometimes feel as if I am getting poisoned from the air up there. I’ve also seen gels, fibres and mist – different types of material, presumably for a range of nefarious purposes.
Incidentally, a gel-like substance made me very sick once. I saw the gel in Australia several years ago and I didn’t put the pieces together and realise what it may have been until much later. We were parachuting near Wagga Wagga, which is an RAAF base town, and during that time the sky was being criss-crossed with aerosol trails. Then early one morning I was out walking and noticed the ground was literally splattered with blobs of a gel-like substance. I was curious and touched some. In retrospect I wish I had collected a sample.
The blobs were about the size of a 10 cent coin and thus easy to see. They were a pale red-brownish colour, had a slightly oily smell to them and a texture like shaving gel, but a bit stickier.
I had wondered what they were, but soon forgot about them, until I returned home because within a couple of days of seeing them, I developed terrible flu-like symptoms. I was bedridden and it took another couple of days to go to the doctor and get antibiotics. I took high dose vitamin C on top of the antibiotics and slowly recovered.
In addition, I recall that a friend who had been there a couple of weeks earlier, was in his own words “as crook as a dog,” just before I arrived. He was very fit normally and ran every day, in the early morning.
It was that incident that made me look up more often.
Since I have been looking up and paying closer attention to what is occurring above, I’ve seen craft that I can’t seem to identify as planes. When these fly, the sky is covered with aerosols in a very short time. It’s as if I notice one or two trails, then when I look again, there’s a myriad of them.
Being a bit of a plane spotter, I can usually tell from a plane’s silhouette if it’s a civilian or military aircraft. These ones that spray aerosols rapidly, seem to fly higher and faster than normal craft. They can not be civilian craft – they fly too high. Also, it’s very hard to see wings on these. Perhaps this is highly advanced technology that is being concealed from the public. Furthermore, I have noticed that they usually operate above an existing layer of haze, which in itself is suspicious in my opinion.
I think it’s terrible that this is occurring and so few are aware of it! People are being distracted from reality by programs on Tell Lie Vision. They are being kept busy, while the so-called elite institute what they want, without consent. We need to wake people up to this crime.
Watch video shot over Parakai, Helensville on January the 30th, 2012:
The three shots posted below were taken from the above video clip. They were filmed at approximately 10,000 feet above Parakai, Helensville, Auckland, looking east and southeast on January the 30th, 2012.