Numerous Aerosol Trails Apparent in Parallel 18 Oct 2019, Whangarei

The following photos were taken from Woodhill, Whangarei at about 9.30am and show numerous aerosol trails, which appear to have been emitted in parallel.

When I looked to the east and the west, aerosol trails were apparent, in various stages of dispersal.

Aerosol trails in parallel. About 9.30am 18 October, 2019

Looking in easterly direction from Woodhill

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Aerosol trail dispersing overhead, creating milky haze in Northland’s sky

Looking towards the north-east. Numerous trails dispersing

About Clare Swinney

Interested in what is genuinely going on, not in the disinformation promoted as "truth" by the corrupt mainstream media. Please keep an open mind and do your own research. M.Sc. (Hons) from Auckland University.
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4 Responses to Numerous Aerosol Trails Apparent in Parallel 18 Oct 2019, Whangarei

  1. tim says:

    Yes it was bad with the spraying over Nelson all Labour weekend, similar skies to these with the trails that slowly disperse into a chem haze, as well as ready-made fake clouds that must be being released by other methods than jets

  2. crushthelies2 says:

    yip looks real to me,,,masks,,,and more masks we will be seeing from people in NZ…good luck with the sicknesses and breathing problems

  3. ellagamberi says:

    Have you noticed on the weather.com app for iphone, when they tell you that the weather is going to be sunny, the picture behind the text is always a blue sky with barely there fuzzy chemtrails behind it? Get so mad with this stuff!

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