Massive amounts of the toxic metals proposed to be sprayed on us by geoengineer David Keith were found in Chiloquin rainwater one day after intense spraying filled the skies over the southern Oregon city.

Rain collected December 4th, 2016 contained 340μg/L of aluminum (reporting limit 50μg/L), 11μg/L of barium (reporting limit 5μg/L), 270μg/L of iron (reporting limit 20μg/L) and 21μg/L of titanium, 41 times its reporting limit of 0.5μg/L. These are the metals proposed to be sprayed on us by geoengineer, David Keith.

In his 2010 paper, “Photophoretic levitation of engineered aerosols for geoengineering,” Keith (@DKeithClimate) proposes spraying us with engineered nano-discs made of aluminum, barium, titanium and iron – all four metals were present in the rain samples collected 10-13-16, 10-24-16 – and now 12-5-16.

This follows news that human brains are saturated with nano-magnetite, also proposed to be sprayed by Dr. Keith.

Here’s a pdf of the full report.

Here’s a video I took of the craptastic skies the day before I collected the toxic rain sample:

Here’s a diagram of Dr. Keith’s toxic nano-discs:



And here he is avoiding questions of aluminum toxicity:


  • is there any guess as to why the spraying is going on there?
    I didn’t see any suspect long contrails in No. Kalifornia lately.
    I really wonder where the titanium is coming from. It’s not usually listed as a chemtrail chemical.

      • Hello,

        I am most certainly aware as to what’s going on. Everyday day they are pushing a mass of this crap over our heads. Tell me, what measures can one take against this other than wearing a respirator?

        Thank you.

  • No offense ….your text is light gray on your website is hard to read
    A real dis-service to those who want to learn…please change

  • I’m a little confused. What actually is the reporting limit (RL) and what exactly does it mean?
    I ask because from what I remember of high school geography many years ago now those reading don’t appear to be unusually high.
    Looking forward to your response.

    • My understanding of RL, reporting limits, is that that number is the minimum amount that that the test method and equipment can detect in a sample size. It’s like saying if the concentration is below that amt, then the test results may not be accurate. If I am correct then the title of the post is incredibly misleading and perhaps Patrick is not understanding the report. The 2x and 14x numbers simply mean the test registered more than the minimum testable amt and has no relation to any standard. I’d like to see how the samples are collected???

      • Wrong – the minimum amount the lab can detect is called the Method Detection Limit or MDL. If you read the full pdf or contacted McCampbell you’d know this.

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