Rainwater Test Results From Takaka, NZ Show Aluminium & Barium Present

Updated 7 May, 11.17pm.

By Sarah Hornibrooke

Here is an analysis of a rainwater sample collected in Takaka on my lawn, in new glass jars on the 15th and 16th of April, 2013.  It tested positive for aluminum and barium.   Hill Labs state on the form that it  must be shown in full, if reproduced.  The more publicity the better.   I will encourage farmers here to do rainwater tests as well.

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18 Responses to Rainwater Test Results From Takaka, NZ Show Aluminium & Barium Present

  1. MikeC says:

    The level of strontium there is less than the detectable limit!

  2. Rosemary says:

    Compare these to another set you’ve documented (Motueka, 2012)
    https://chemtrailsnorthnz.wordpress.com/2012/04/22/rainwater-and-soil-tested-from-upper-south-island-after-heavy-chemtrailing/

    Which had these readings:
    Total Aluminium g/m3: 0.54
    Total Barium g/m3: 0.066
    Total Strontium g/m3: 0.099

    So, this sample has aluminium levels 100 times lower, barium levels about 7.5 times lower, and strontium levels about 200 times lower.

    If I’m reading that correctly? Clare, is there a central repository of all the samples you’ve collected (a google doc or somesuch)? It’d be interesting to see how they all compare over time.

    • No central repository sorry, Rosemany. However, I suggest you use the search box on this site and put in “rainwater” and you should find the results that way. When you examine the satellite imagery, you can see why some results may have far higher levels than others. I recommend that people collect a rainwater sample after a heavy aerosol spray day. When I collected rain in 2010, it was the first rain that came in a reasonable amount after the drought of early-2010 and there were bright white particles floating in it. I understand the lab, when testing rainwater, filters out particles before testing, so maybe the results are not a true reflection of the amount of metals that are present if large particles of metals are present and removed prior to the test. Just a thought.

      • Lisbeth says:

        This sample was taken after heavy spraying in the Nelson/Golden Bay area, as reported here:

        https://chemtrailsnorthnz.wordpress.com/2013/04/15/nelson-sky-covered-with-aerosols-on-april-15/

        So, if there was aluminium and/or barium in those trails, you’d expect these results to be much, much higher.

        But if the lab are filtering the water before doing their testing, what’s the point?

      • What is the point? To identify what is in solution.

      • Lisbeth says:

        Hi Clare, I think you missed the point I was trying to make. If the lab are removing the very particles you’re wanting to identify, then isn’t the entire process invalided, and the results irrelevant?

      • I understood what you meant Lisbeth. Sorry for the delay in replying. There were a number of messages I found buried. I don’t think it will invalidate the process completely, as identifying the particles was not the primary goal. The primary goal was to find out whether or not elements linked to geoengineering were in the sample. Thank-you for your comment.

  3. Rosemary says:

    In fact, now I read the results summary of methods, the strontium levels would appear to be below the default detection limit, meaning there may be none in there at all?

  4. Sarah says:

    Remember the comment that this is not only in the rainwater but all the air we breath, every second.The other Takaka sample off a roof, with a much higher result, is an example of that accumulation. This morning, Wednesday, 8.5.2013, Takaka is being blitzed. Nine trails visible from where I was and more being made into the clearest cleanest sky I have seen for months, now becoming a WHITE OUT. Less sunshine today! Enough to motivate people to call each.
    DE LIBERATE POLLUTION. Who has done a blood test? Can the next people testing please add cadmium to there sample list.

  5. Sarah says:

    Break for lunch and then back to blitzing this afternoon here in Takaka. Many start/stop trails like this morning.Nine fresh ones at three forty and numerous older ones. Three new people seeing it as it is today!!! I am going out to look for fibres now. 8.5.2013.Stay motivated everyone and thank you.

  6. Richard says:

    Any photos from Takaka today? Thanks.

    • Hi Richard, I have just posted one from Motueka, which is on the same coastline and not too far away. If I get some tomorrow, I will post them. Thanks for your interest.

  7. L says:

    I will be doing an interview with CLIFFORD CARNICOM this Oct at the SYNCRETICORDER YOUTUBE channel – stay tuned – and check out the other videos and interviews.

  8. Did you also test for strontium this is another chemical element. If you watch Jason Bermas’ “Shade: The Movie” there’s some good chemtrail evidence and argument.

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