A Haze of Particulates In The Air – Some Brightly Coloured – NSW, Australia, 2012

Published on 28 Apr 2013  rhythmstick2013

A compilation of video footage taken in 2012.  This looks at the colours and colour changes that occur in particulates that are part of the geoengineering haze at ground level.  All footage was shot at my front door on the south coast, NSW,  Australia. This haze cannot be explained away as dust, pollen, ash etc.  This is a living, evolving downpour of unknown life.  I don’t have the answers, only questions and encourage anyone with information on it to comment and provide links to any connected research.  

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2 Responses to A Haze of Particulates In The Air – Some Brightly Coloured – NSW, Australia, 2012

  1. Sarah says:

    Amazing! Not only the excellent footage in your video but that ‘mainstream,’ government-funded environmentalists, scientists, media and governments from ALL OVER THE WORLD deny that it is even happening.

  2. Marian says:

    Amazing footage,The very last few seconds where you show the air being filmed at normal speed, is exactly the same as what I have observed here in North Canterbury on many occasions. I have attempted to capture it, but have not been able to look at it on slow speed, or zoomed in.The air literally teems with sparkly material, and it is great to see what is revealed in your video. I often felt that I was seeing dust sized particles, but also very short versions of the long fibers. It is sobering to realise that we are all ingesting and inhaling whatever foreign materials are in this concoction that fills the air.

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