Build a do-it-yourself chemtrail air purifier for about $25

Posted on Feb 11, 2018

EZ Diet Note:  Where do you get fresh clean air? You have to make it. It makes sense to use a filter rather than your lungs, liver and kidney to filter out whatever is in your air.

We know the air most likely has aluminum, barium and strontium from geoengineering. Just like water, you have think about filtering it.  This is an inexpensive way to filter air coming into your home through a window. And continue to filter particles inside a closed room.

By the way,  Dr. Jeffrey (the white coat doctor in the video) should attach the filter to the back side of the 20 inch fan, not the front. This would also keep the fan blades and grills clean.  A couple stick-on plastic hooks at the base of the back of the fan and a spot of Velcro at the top would keep the filter on when the fan is off. When the fan is on the filter is sucked tight to the fan. Also, these expensive filters are dense and put more wear on the AC air handler fan motor. It makes sense to wear out a cheap 20 inch box fan verses your air handler fan motor.

The next time you open a window to let some fresh air in, add a fan and a filter. Then continue to filter after the window is closed to clean up whatever spilled in around the filter. Use a carbon filter to remove pet, cooking or smoking odor.

Dr. Jeffrey E. Terrell, director of the Michigan Sinus Center, demonstrates how to build an air purifier with a HEPA filter for about $25 with parts from your local hardware store.


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