(The header image captured in the Rangitikei by the author in 2014)
Aluminum Oxide Particles, Arsenic, Bacilli and Molds, Barium Salts, Barium Titanates, Cadmium, Calcium, Chromium, Desiccated Human Red Blood Cells, Ethylene Dibromide, Enterobacter Cloacal, Enterobacteriaceae, Human white Blood Cells-A (restrictor enzyme used in research labs to snip and combine DNA), Lead, Mercury, Methyl Aluminum, Mold Spores, Mycoplasma, Nano-Aluminum-Coated Fiberglass, Nitrogen Trifluoride, Known as CHAFF), Nickel, Polymer Fibers, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, Pseudomonas Florescens, Radioactive Cesium, Radio Active Thorium, Selenium, Serratia Marcscens, Sharp Titanium Shards, Silver, Streptomyces, Stronthium, Sub-Micron Particles, (Containing Live Biological Matter), Unidentified Bacteria, Uranium, Yellow Fungal Mycotoxins
The above video was created by South Canterbury Skywatch (NZ). Rainwater analyses world wide, it’s been found, have high concentrations of Aluminium, Barium, Strontium and even Titanium. Alarmingly, these high concentrations are also being found in New Zealand’s rainwater. These three elements have also been found in the fallout from weather modification programs (aka chemtrails), so they are in the air we breathe. And, as is pointed out in this video ‘we were not designed to breathe these materials’. Their presence in our water is not a natural occurrence. Soil Biologist Frances Mangels tells us there should be no heavy metals in rainwater. Mangels has been investigating the cumulative effects of these metals on animal and plant life at Mt Shasta California. In this video you will hear Mangels speak. … Read more
“Once again another rain test showing contaminants of Aluminum, Barium and Strontium. These samples were taken in September and its a follow up on the samples i had tested in 2014.
You can find an article on
“NORTHLAND NEW ZEALAND CHEMTRAILS WATCH”
Also links to the other test article and many, many more can also be seen here.
To Listen to more from retired USDA Biologist, Francis Mangels you can find the 42minute video clip here:
Websites mentioned in video:
What is in your water?
This image shows pink residue from local (Rangitikei) rainwater. It collects in my upturned outdoor plastic table. I have seen images captured by people showing rain that is literally pink on their windscreens.