Issues of ‘Chemtrails’ & Aluminium-Containing Hailstones In Latest Organic NZ Magazine

Cover of January/ebruary 2015 Issue

Cover of January/February 2015 Issue

A big thank-you to Philippa Jamieson, the editor of Organic NZ magazine  for addressing the very serious, but often ignored issue of ‘chemtrails’ in her editorial in the January/February 2015 issue.   This is for sale now at supermarkets and book shops.  Get yourself a copy!

On page 5, under heading ‘Plenty To Absorb,’ she refers to a variety of topics, including Ray Foxley’s hailstone analysis,  and she mentions that the matter of the finding that the precipitation is being contaminated with aluminium, barium and strontium warrants further investigation.  Indeed it does.  I understand this will be covered in the upcoming issue for March/April 2015, in a lot more detail.

She also refers to a letter about chemtrails in her editorial that’s on page 8.  This letter is shown below and with it a magnificent photo  of chemtrails, taken by Steve R. of Taranaki.  This has provided great exposure of the chemtrails/weather modification issues to a group of people who care deeply about the environment.

Organic NZ magazine is published by the Soil and Health Association, which is the largest membership organisation supporting organic food and farming in New Zealand and one of the oldest organic organisations in the world, established in 1941.  They are committed to advocating their maxim “Healthy Soil – Healthy Food – Healthy People” and to creating an organic New Zealand.  Subscribe or donate to Organic NZ here:

If you wish to contact Philippa Jamieson, her email address is


About Clare Swinney

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6 Responses to Issues of ‘Chemtrails’ & Aluminium-Containing Hailstones In Latest Organic NZ Magazine

  1. louisayoung says:

    Awesome to see this in the Organic NZ Magazine. Thanks for your hard work Clare

  2. Apologies for the silly error in my letter to Organic NZ. I sent in an updated letter which was not used unfortunately. I made a mistake in the version of the letter she published, as it should have stated that the recent droughts were man-made in my opinion, but instead it read:
    Hence, I believe, the recent severe droughts in New Zealand since 2010. Google: ‘Air Pollution Stops Rain.’
    Oh dear, blame old age and aerosols.

  3. Marian Sutherland says:

    It’s very encouraging to see someone like Philippa Jamieson buck the trend of most mainstream media publications that are deafeningly silent on this issue, and publish information regarding Ray Foxley’s lab results, as well as your letter, Clare.

    Here’s hoping that she and her readers will ” investigate further ” and ” ask more questions.

    I note that Nev Sinclair is mentioned..I gave Nev’s wife, Sue a copy of the “What In The World Are They Spraying? ” DVD after having a short chat with her about chemtrails, back in roughly 2011 or 2012. They live in the same area as I do.

    • Organic NZ magazine is funded by donations and readers Marian, that might be why we get the truth in spades, rather than the propaganda written by media zombies controlled by puppet-masters.

      It states on their website Marian in the About section:

      The Association is totally reliant on public support for its advocacy role.

      We receive no government or other official support, nor is it sponsored or supported by any commercial organisation, political party, religion or other vested interest.

      The Association believes that when New Zealand finally honours its “clean green” reputation and adopts organic principles at every level of agriculture, a dramatic improvement in the nation’s health will follow and the truth of its operating maxim “Healthy Soil – Healthy Food – Healthy People” will finally triumph.

      • Marian Sutherland says:

        Ah, excellent, thanks for that Clare. I remember purchasing “Soil & Health” Magazines many years ago, and still have a few ancient copies buried in my boxes of books which haven’t been unpacked since my last shift. They were good value!

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