The following photos of aerosols and unnatural-looking waves formations in faux cloud matter were taken between 14.38 and 20.43 NZT from Whangarei, which is in Northland, New Zealand, on December the 24th, 2013. While aerosols have been a regular sight over Northland since early-2010, it is not often that the sky has been this polluted with the products of “geoengineering”.
It seems to be the case that drought is on the agenda for the region yet again. Drought is one of the least debated consequences of geoengineering.
Interestingly, the forecast for tomorrow, December the 25th, is as follows according to MetService: “Rain developing in the morning, possibly heavy, easing to a few showers around midday as strong northwesterlies turn lighter southwest.” (Issued: 10:54pm 24 Dec). Could it be that these aerosols are being used to act as condensation nuclei in order to carry moisture away? It will be interesting to see what happens on Christmas day rainwise. My guess is that very little rain will fall.