Our Own Independent Measurements (with Aerosol Components)


Here are charts of measurements we have taken and had analyzed by independent laboratories. Some of the materials have a detection limit, but not a maximum contaminant level. We suspect these materials to be components of the aerosols being sprayed daily in our skies. Click here to see the article we have titled "Aerosol Devices & Components", in our articles section, that names 15 of them. Click here to see the list.


Besides our rainfall samples, we took water and soil samples from various pristine locations around the state of Arizona, such as the Cochise Stronghold in southeastern Arizona. These locations receive their water only from rainfall, and not from runoff, springs or streams. The charts show evidence of unhealthy quantities of many of these materials which we perceive being sprayed almost every day from the air.


The soil samples show accumulations of these materials in incredibly huge amounts. We have designated the "Maximum Contaminant Level", or toxic limit, of these materials in the soil to be twice that for drinking water. This is due to the absence of any realistic soil standards that would account for the health effects of these materials in the soil, which is blown around repeatedly by strong Arizona winds and dust storms.


We also took air samples in Phoenix, on non-windy days, using a HEPA filter, then vacuuming the particulates from that filter into another pristine HEPA filter, which we then emptied into a sterile container. We were amazed at the huge accumulations of the same chemtrail / aerosol metals noted above. We feel it is reasonable to designate the "Maximum Contaminant Level", or toxic limit, of these materials in the air particulates to also be twice that for drinking water. Again, this is due to the absence of any realistic air particulate standards that would account for the health effects of these materials in the air we breathe every day.


Finally and inevitably, we took blood samples, to find out how these materials had worked their way into our bodies. And we did not like what we found out!  The implications are serious, for ourselves, our children, and all our loved ones. The declining health we have been observing for some years looks to be directly related to the aerosols. If you doubt the veracity of this evidence, we suggest you test yourself: the results will strike you with far greater force.


Readings above the toxic level (MCL) are a cause for great concern for us and our children. Readings far above the detection limit, in those metals that do not have a toxic limit / MCL established, are also a cause for concern because of our constant exposure to them.


In the absence of any meaningful standards for these metals in soil and air particulates, we think that it is more than generous, as an indicator of toxicity, to double the drinking water standards for soil and air particulates, since drinking water passes thru our bodies and is eliminated, whereas soil and air particulates, especially in the nanometer and sub-nanometer sizes we encounter in the aerosols, are taken into our lungs and blood streams, and are embedded in our bodily tissues, in many cases crossing the blood-brain barrier. In our opinion, the available public health statistics, such as the Maricopa County Health Trends from 2001 to 2005, confirm the effects of these toxins on our health.


All our samples were tested in Arizona Department of Environmental Quality approved laboratories, using the long-established ICP scan method of analyzing metals (EPA Method 200.7), that is the Determination of Metals and Trace Elements in Water and Wastes by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic Spectrometry


Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) Metals, EPA 200.7:
Aluminum (Al), Antimony (Sb), Arsenic (As), Barium (Ba), Beryllium (Be), Boron (B), Cadmium (Cd), Calcium (Ca), Chromium (Cr), Cobalt (Co), Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe), Lead (Pb), Magnesium (Mg), Manganese (Mn), Molybdenum (Mo), Nickel (Ni), Potassium (K), Selenium (Se), Silica (Si), Silver (Ag), Sodium (Na), Strontium (Sr), Thallium (Tl), Tin (Sn), Uranium (U), Vanadium (V), Zinc (Zn)


After looking at the toxic levels of these metals in our soil, our water, our air, and our very blood, we conclude it's only by the grace of God that we stay alive and relatively healthy. Of course, jogging is not one of our activities, and we feel much better when we wear a dust-mask while doing anything strenuous outdoors.


Our Own Independent Water & Soil Tests:


Cochise Stronghold, Dragoon Soil - a

Cochise Stronghold, Dragoon Soil - b

Cochise Stronghold, Dragoon Soil - c

Cochise Stronghold, Dragoon Water - a

Cochise Stronghold, Dragoon Water - b

Cochise Stronghold, Dragoon Water - c

Cochise Stronghold - One Picture


Phoenix Rainwater - 12/12/2007 - a

Phoenix Rainwater - 12/12/2007 - b

Phoenix Rainwater - 12/12/2007 - c

Phoenix Rainwater - 12/12/2007 - d


Our Own Independent Air Particulates and Blood Tests:


Phoenix Air Particulates - 05/01/2008 - a

Phoenix Air Particulates - 05/01/2008 - b

Phoenix Air Particulates - 05/01/2008 - c

Phoenix Air Particulates - 05/01/2008 - d

2008 Phoenix Air Particulates - One Picture


Phoenix Air Particulates - 07/21/2009 - a

Phoenix Air Particulates - 07/21/2009 - b

Phoenix Air Particulates - 07/21/2009 - c

Phoenix Air Particulates - 07/21/2009 - d

Phoenix Air Particulates - 07/21/2009 - e

2009 Phoenix Air Particulates - One Picture


2011 Phoenix Blood Tests

2013 Phoenix Blood Tests

2014 Phoenix Blood Test