The latest rainwater analysis, the tenth for New Zealand on this website, was conducted by the highly regarded R J Hill Laboratories of Hamilton. The sample was collected by James [name withheld] of Arapuni, which is in the Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand, between March the 15th-16th, 2014, when Cyclone Lusi moved over the country.
The results confirm the presence of aluminium, barium and strontium in our rainwater in 2014, which is to be expected in light of all the aerosol material and evidence of weather modification technology being seen, both in the satellite imagery and from ground observations.
The results, which are shown below, are similar to those of Brad Wynyard’s, whose sample was collected in Tikipunga, Whangarei in November, 2013, and levels were as follows: aluminium 0.0116 g/m3, barium 0.00102 g/m3 and strontium 0.00181 g/m3.
In a number of New Zealand rainwater samples, including Brad Wynyard’s, the concentration of aluminium was found to be about ten times that of the barium. For example, rainwater from Whangarei in April-May, 2013, contained aluminium at a concentration of 0.027 g/m3 to barium of 0.0024 g/m3. Likewise, rainwater from Nelson in April, 2012, had aluminium at a concentration of 0.54 g/m3 to barium of 0.06 g/m3, and another from Nelson from June, 2010, had an aluminium concentration of 0.046 g/m3 to barium of 0.004 g/m3.
Similary, an October 2012 hair analysis from a boy in Whangarei who was drinking tank water, not the mains supply, revealed his hair had aluminium at a concentration of 26µg/g to Barium of 2.4µg/g, an aluminium concentration 10.83 times higher than that of the barium concentration.
Finally, a cautionary note. Do not be fooled by disinformation websites such as Metabunk, which deceive the unwitting public into thinking all is normal. It isn’t normal, natural or OK for aluminium, barium and strontium to be present in the rainwater like this. As mentioned before on this website, we have found bright-white particles floating in the rainwater on a number of occasions, so what we are finding is an industrial form of these chemicals, not a natural one. Our findings are supported by those of the CarnicomInstitute’s and what the brave whistleblower, Kristen Meghan, a former Air Force Bio-Environmental Engineer has reported. She said she witnessed the importation of canisters of powdered toxic metals including aluminum and barium onto U.S. Air Force bases. Refer: Kristen Meghan, Info Wars Interview.