Numerous Aerosol Trails Visible Throughout day on May 10, Whangarei

May the 10th, like May the 4th started off with a thick fog in the morning, followed by the presence of numerous aerosol trails dispersing.  I shot my first photo of aerosol trails  at 9.13am, which was the same as I caught an AirNZ Dreamliner flying northwards, leaving no trails in its wake. SONY DSC

9.13am, Whangarei, aerosol trails dispersing



Ascending aircraft leaves no “vapour” trail, while numerous aerosol trails hang in the sky nearby.


9.13am another aerosol trail dispersing

In the afternoon, the sky became what is best described as ‘aerosol soup.’  (See below) It was thick with trails.  No aircraft was witnessed emitting these.


3.07pm Aerosol soup


3.08pm. The saturation was increased on the photo file to highlight these trails. Note the two trails close together not far from the bottom, suggesting that they were from two aerosol delivery devices on the same aircraft.


About Clare Swinney

Interested in what is really going on, not that promoted as "truth" by the corrupt mainstream media.
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3 Responses to Numerous Aerosol Trails Visible Throughout day on May 10, Whangarei

  1. Nigel Gray says:

    It seems that there is some other technology being used to do these chemtrails, whether by drone or using cloaking technology of some kind. There have been reports in New Zealand of planes being seen with the eye but then not visible with a camera.

  2. fearocean says:

    Chemtrails are the medium — directed energy is the method. Spray and Zap.

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