Tuesday, December 6, 2011

H2O pH and Nine jet fly-overs between 7:30 - 9:30 AM Kapaa, Kauai

Kauai skies November/December 2011 have been consistently tainted with mass geo-engineering leaving great swaths of the upper atmosphere with fake cloud cover-- often characterized with "rippling" now commonly associated with HAARP activity. The crafters of this secret crime are getting better at hiding their activity doing more work at night around Kauai leaving skies above a mess. But not this morning, they are back to the overt workings of in-your-face spraying-- nine jet fly-overs between 7:30 - 9:30 AM. This is unusual, however it has happened on several occasions in the past. Some jets left trails while others did not. They all appear flying nearly the same altitude. What gives?
Following Kauai's spraying for some time now and contributing to this site regularly, I am pleased to see many fellow islanders awaking to these aerial crimes.
Personally, over the last few months I have had to augment the pH of my tap water down (make more acidic) for many of my gardening plants due to uncharacteristic increases in pH creating an environment where mildews and molds can more easily thrive. The film "What in the world are they spraying?" explains this phenom quite well.
Monitoring pH is easy to do. But now I am convinced something is in the air that effects the ground and water. I'll explain. In the recent past, my tap had produced water typically around 8.0 pH. with a ppm (parts per million) dissolved solids of 75 to 90 consistently for months September 2010 to March 2011. But things began to change. During the following spring and summer I recognized spikes in both pH and ppm. Now regular readings are 8.6 to 8.9 pH and 110 to 115 ppm.
That might not seem outrageous to many but consider how much micro-material must be present in the air to change water and soil conditions (let alone human lungs, eyes, blood, etc). Why is it that cutting-edge health therapies now include "chelation" (extracting heavy metals from the body)? Yes, it's because our environment is toxic, including metals in the air. I predict the no-longer-so-secret science of geoengineers are guilty and will pay but not before the damage is done.
If you have a pH meter try an experiment yourself if you are able (I discovered the following by accident): I fill 10 to 25 gallon tubs with tap water (8.5 pH) in my covered, open-air lanai to mix water soluble nutrients and a pH down (white vinegar) to balance pH to around 6.0. Next, just leave it alone overnight or a couple days exposed only to the air (make sure no debris falls into it). Test the water. All three of my tests (even with cleaned, various types of container materials: plastic, porcelain, wood barrel) have shown incredible spikes up over 10.0 (10.8; 10.4; 11.2). How can this be? Water at 8.5 increasing in pH to 10.5 in less than 48 hours exposed to open air? Someone may have a better explanation. The air we breathe appears to be full of junk.

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