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Hair Analyses Of Northland, NZ Resident Show Aluminium, Barium & Strontium Levels Increased Over Time
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Northland resident, Robyn P.  [Name withheld] has informed us that her 7-year-old son has had hair analyses done and that metals linked to geoengineering programs [1] have been present – and in higher levels in a more recent sample.

Below you will find copies of the results of the tests done on hair collected on January 30, 2012 and October 14, 2012, which show that aluminium, barium and strontium, amongst other metals, were present in the samples and that the levels were higher in the October 2012 sample.

Robyn writes: “I submit hair samples for testing from time to time, as we are trying the biomedical approach for our son’s neurological problems.   These results seem to fit the picture of increased geo-engineering that seems to be happening, eg. weird sunsets during the winter and obvious chemtrails in the sky.  These two samples were taken about 9 months apart and show an increase in Al, Ba and Sr:
Element        Jan ’12     Oct ’12    Reference Range
Aluminium    7.7            26                < 8
Barium         0.06          2.4               <. 075
Strontium     0.12          4.8              0.21 – 2.1

I think that these results are not easily explained away, as we have not let him loose into a chemistry lab!  The high level of titanium shown in the October results can be explained as sunblock absorption. I have established that the brand we used, Aubreys, contains nano-titanium.

Thanks,
Robyn

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