Thick Aerosol Soup Over Whangarei, Northland on November 18, 2014

Aerosol spraying activity has increased significantly from what it was in October, 2014 and here is more evidence of this. Again the sky over Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand was loaded up with a sea of bright-white particulates, that were blocking out the sunlight and creating an ugly haze, in what should have been a blue sky, with natural clouds adrift in it. Most aerosol trails appeared to be in a north-south orientation roughly speaking.

These photos were taken between about 9.30am and 10am from Woodhill, Whangarei.SONY DSC  SONY DSCSONY DSCSONY DSCSONY DSC

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3 Responses to Thick Aerosol Soup Over Whangarei, Northland on November 18, 2014

  1. Keep up the great work Clare. With the wealth of info you and other activists are posting and exposing, people are still blind and in denial. Of course the media is involved in this cover up.

  2. Marian Sutherland says:

    I wonder what would happen if just one popular beach, on a sunny weekend, when crowds of people were picnicking, playing, swimming, and sunbathing, were to suddenly have a massive shadow cast across it by a nearby scrub fire started by some careless larrikins? The smoke would contain particulates that caused everyone on the beach to gag, grab their gear, and head home, their day ruined.

    It just doesn’t make sense that when vast tracts of our skies are deliberately swathed in “aerosol soup” as you describe Clare, resulting from aircraft spraying chemtrails into the atmosphere, more people don’t notice the ugly mess, get upset, ask questions, and demand answers as to why this is happening without public consultation, or permission.

    I agree that somehow we need to persuade more people to look up and realise the seriousness of this situation, the threat to our health, and the health of all living things on our planet.

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