The following photos were taken between 8.30am and 6.45pm on Saturday, November the 2nd, 2013 from Woodhill, Whangarei. There were obvious chemtrails seen over the city this morning. These trails lingered and spread out, which hopefully gave those who are yet to wake up to the gravity of the issue, food for thought.
On that note, Brad Wynyard of Tikipunga, Whangarei advises that he phoned the local MP, Phil Heatley today and told him to have a look at the sky, as there were good examples of chemtrails evident. This call was further to a formal appointment Brad had with the skeptical MP yesterday, (on November the 1st, 2013 between 9.30am and 10am). He says he spent about 30 minutes discussing the matter of chemtrails/geoengineering and the evidence of this taking place locally. Brad also says that he demanded answers from the MP, who will get back to Brad in a few weeks time he says.
Brad also has collected a rainwater sample. This was from rain that fell from about 6pm on Friday, October the 31st. He is sending it to Hill’s lab and will get the lab to test for aluminium, barium and strontium this week.
This first photo shows a large chemtrail which was visible from the city, crossing from horizon to horizon, going to south to north. The second photo shows this trail after about 20 minutes, showing how it had spread out and expanded.
Rain is forecast for tomorrow. Will it fall, or will it be carried away on the many condensation nuclei that are filling the sky. And will November be another unnaturally dry month, as October was?
Above: Looking towards the east from Woodhill, Whangarei on the morning of November the 2nd, a mass of aerosol material sprayed in parallel could be seen covering the sky.Above: Aerosol material criss-crossed the sky, obscuring what would have been a blue sky.Above: Look closely and you will see three trails sprayed in parallel near the center of the photo.Above: Wave forms appeared in the aerosol material in the afternoon. Impulses are pushing waves through this mass of particulates at different angles.Above: This photo was taken at about 6.45pm. Obvious examples of aerosols were still evident.