Heavy Aerosol Spraying Seen From Richmond, Nelson on March 31

These photos were taken from Richmond at midday on March the 31st looking towards the Richmond Ranges in the Nelson region, which is at the top of the South Island of New Zealand by a regular contributer who goes by the name of gazzarc. 20140331_120555



About Clare Swinney

Interested in what is genuinely going on and exposing deceptions in order to help others to awaken to what is hidden in plain sight. A bright light shone makes clear what does not belong. Please keep an open mind and do your own research. WebofEvidence on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyTh2WC7w_8GYD6ZecXUQMQ Clare on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/1z2iaeXTln25/
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3 Responses to Heavy Aerosol Spraying Seen From Richmond, Nelson on March 31

  1. Ian Mitchell says:

    Another day of aerosals in Hamilton today, 1/04/2014. Had a plane fly quite low over our farm – it looked like a Boeing 737 – appeared to have no markings on it and was totally white. It looked like aerosol discharging devices on wings – a total of four. It landed at Hamilton airport. Checked with Flightrader24 – not showing this plane landing. I saw it at about 1.40pm this afternoon.

    • What has the weather been like lately Ian please? What is the grass looking like?

      • Ian Mitchell says:

        Hi Clare, the weather in Hamilton has been really hot, the sun has been quiet intense, the Farm is looking like ’07 Drought – not much in the paddocks. Looking at drying off our herd this week, another short season. Spending alot of this year’s payout on feed, as this is all they are living on. Not Good

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