Fibers Cover Ground in Waikari, North Canterbury

Published on 8 May 2013, By Marian Sutherland of  Waikari, North Canterbury.  

I’ve observed a lot of these unnatural fibers recently, coinciding with Atmospheric Aerosol Geoengineering activity in our area of Waikari, North Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand. The grass ends up absolutely covered in them, and the grass-eating animals are ingesting and inhaling these fibers.

Although I have not had samples tested yet, I suspect these could be similar to what Clifford Carnicom has been researching.
Google: http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/environmenta­l-filament
There have been sightings of fibers in different parts of NZ.  

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4 Responses to Fibers Cover Ground in Waikari, North Canterbury

  1. Rasamanjari Devi dasi says:

    Those fibers contain a payload, a nano-bot which encapsulates a neuron or synapse in the brain to enable remote mind control.

  2. I eagerly await evidence also. It sounded like a very authorative statement. Hope you can back it up, Rasamanjari.
    Here in Christchurch we also had some pretty impressive looking chemtrails that spread accross the sky over a period of about 4 hours until it looked like thin cloud cover. Had some silk-like strands over the bushes in our garden, but it was just spider-webbing on inspection.

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