U.S. HAARP program can alter weather and disrupt communications – William Thomas and Jerry E. Smith


U.S. HAARP program can alter weather and disrupt communications

by William Thomas on April 18th, 1996 at 9:00 AM

Thunder shook the sky and lightning strobed across jagged peaks as Jeane Manning walked toward the College of the Canyon in Colorado Springs. Schlock filmmaker Ed Wood would have loved the corny atmospheric effects, but to Manning the display seemed an appropriate prelude to a 1986 convocation of maverick engineers obsessed by a mysterious inventor’s unfinished work.

The British Columbia journalist was interested in “free” energy. Manning thought that innovative hydrogen technologies, cold fusion, and magnetic motors might end the serious problems of chronic pollution caused by fuel-burning. She knew that Nikola Tesla once shared her dream of transmitting free energy through Earth. The turn-of-the-century electrical engineer and inventor of the alternating-current system that now powers human society hoped to “light up the skies” with a “magnifying transmitter”—and might have done so if financier J.P. Morgan had not withdrawn his support.

What Manning was not prepared for that night was how close Tesla’s vision was to becoming reality. In the Armstrong Auditorium, she watched in amazement as a man sitting atop a giant Tesla coil onstage sent blue sparks arcing from his fingertips. A much bigger device, he claimed, could be used for “particle beam weaponry”.

Manning later learned that the U.S. air force—at the Wright-Patterson air base in Dayton, Ohio—was pursuing Tesla technology for military applications. But it was an article on Tesla in the March 1988 issue of Omni magazine that tipped her off about the construction of a Tesla-inspired transmitter in Alaska. From a site located about halfway between Anchorage and Fairbanks, at a place called Gakona, a series of experiments dubbed the High Altitude Auroral Research Project was designed to beam millions of watts of energy into Earth’s highly charged ionosphere. HAARP’s inventor, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology physicist named Bernard Eastlund, was excited about the possibilities. “You can virtually lift part of the atmosphere,” Eastlund told Omni. “You can make it move, do things to it.”

Manning didn’t like the sound of this. Neither did Omni. “Because the upper atmosphere is extremely sensitive to small changes in its composition,” the magazine warned, “merely testing an Eastlund device could cause irreversible damage.” A month later, an article in Physics and Society by Richard Williams increased her concern. Williams, a Harvard-trained physicist working at Princeton University, dubbed the experiments “irresponsible acts of global vandalism”. In his article, Williams warned that HAARP “might become a serious threat to the Earth’s atmosphere. With experiments on this scale, irreparable damage could be done in a short time.” Williams was particularly worried that using HAARP to alter the temperature of the ionosphere could interfere with the chemical reactions that produce the ozone protecting Earth from ultraviolet radiation.

Manning was interested in free energy, not death rays, but as a reporter for the Kelowna Daily News, she decided to check it out. A source she refused to divulge sent her a stack of documentation including two Eastlund patents for HAARP (a third patent was deemed classified). Manning next called Clare Zickuhr in Alaska. The former Atlantic Richfield Company accountant had blown the whistle on his company’s project, then formed No HAARP, an ad hoc group opposed to the project under development by the energy giant and the U.S. military. Zickuhr sent Manning military specifications relating to HAARP. “The wording was so similar to the Eastlund patents,” she said, “my intuition said ”˜This is bad news.’ ”

Manning’s secret source continued to feed her official documentation—and urged her to pursue the HAARP story. “I didn’t feel it was my job to do that,” Manning recalled. “I specialized in free energy.” She did, however, talk with a reporter from the Anchorage Daily News who was frustrated because his editor wouldn’t even look at a story that questioned the activities of ARCO, one of the state’s big employers. Manning asked her own managing editor to contact one of the Thomson newspaper chain’s “big guns” in Ottawa about looking into ARCO’s activities, but nothing came of her request.

In 1994, HAARP earned the top slot on the U.S. Project Censored’s list of the 10 most underreported news stories of the year. By then, Manning had moved to Vancouver, co-authored two books on new energy—The Granite Man and the Butterfly and Suppressed Inventions—and collected a mountainous stack of HAARP documents. The latest addition was an article by an Alaskan researcher and medical doctor in the Fall 1994 issue of Nexus magazine. Nick Begich claimed that the project could generate magnetic fields strong enough to lead salmon and caribou astray, disturb the weather, and disrupt communications over much of the planet. Other HAARP hazards, Begich warned, could be even more dire.

As an MD and independent researcher specializing in electro-medicine, Begich knew that weak electric currents can help regenerate bones and effect other cures, but he was also worried about the harmful effects of high-energy electromagnetic fields emitted by power lines, radars, and other devices. His article warned that HAARP could soon be subjecting his fellow Alaskans, Yukoners, and their northern British Columbian neighbours to unpredictable effects from the highest levels of electromagnetic radiation ever transmitted on Earth.

Manning called Begich to thank him for writing the Nexus article, and he asked her to keep in touch. When Begich came through Seattle in September 1994, Manning met him at SeaTac airport. Each of them was carrying a stack of documents. Back issues of Geophysical Quarterly, technical memoranda, HAARP-related patents, conference proceedings, interview transcripts, and correspondence would soon grow to a stack more than a metre high. “It might as well be a book,” Manning recalled telling Begich. “Would you like to collaborate?”

In early 1995, Begich took time off work and they spread their HAARP-related files across six metres of carpet in his Anchorage study. The resulting book has become a dog-eared bible for the anti-HAARP movement, a definitive text that unveils a project almost as secretive and potentially risky as the first atomic bomb. With almost 25,000 copies sold of two printings since its 1995 release, Angels Don’t Play This HAARP has sold from Germany to the Kootenays, is being translated into Greek, and is due for release in Japan in August—and it’s the biggest-selling Alaska-published book in that state’s history.

Commercial radio stations commonly broadcast in all directions at 50,000 watts; no one can predict exactly what will happen as scheduled HAARP tests begin radiating two, four, or 10 billion watts of power. But previous electromagnetic experiments in the ionosphere have been accompanied by a displaced jet stream and erratic weather often enough for some people to rule out coincidence. Some critics caution that HAARP’s powerfully focused beam could burn a hole in Earth’s electromagnetic shielding. As every Trekkie knows, if that force field ruptures, solar radiation will come pouring into Spaceship Earth, zapping all life-forms pinned in its roving glare.

Manning didn’t think this risk was worth taking just so “the big boys could play with their big toys”. Without the ionosphere’s electrical shielding, her research told her, our sun would fry us with gamma radiation, X rays, and shorter wavelengths of ultraviolet light. “We think that the holes in the ozone layer letting in some UV rays is bad,” Manning told the Straight. “Wait’ll we’ve got cosmic rays coming through at killing wavelengths.”

All these outcomes hinge on the ionosphere, an electrically active region of the upper atmosphere extending from about 55 to 900 kilometres out from Earth. Unlike the atmosphere around us, which carries no electrical charge, the ionosphere flows with the fluctuations of charged particles bombarding Earth from countless suns.

The stripping of electrons from the atoms in these cosmic rays turns the atoms into positively charged ions, which remain in the ionosphere. The pared electrons continue inbound along Earth’s magnetic-field lines, funnelling toward the magnetic poles in tornadolike spouts called the electrojet. Our planetary dynamo—which resembles a north/south bar magnet spinning within an “ion-o-sphere”—becomes visible when solar flares flood polar regions with high-energy particles and the sky lights up with the eerie, shape-shifting curtains of an auroral display.

Although her degree is in sociology, Manning was getting a clear picture of a few people messing with a huge, dynamic system. “Someone is going to be experimenting on the planet’s ionosphere,” she said of her thoughts at the time, “and everyone is blithely unaware.” Even the official U.S. air force “HAARP Fact Sheet”, issued in November 1993 by the Office of Naval Research and the U.S. Air Force Geophysical Laboratory, admitted that “ionospheric disturbances at high latitudes also can act to induce large currents in electric power grids.” As HAARP sent intense pulses of energy sweeping through the ionosphere, Manning envisioned regional power grids becoming overloaded, blacking out cities like Anchorage and Fairbanks. She worried that if bigger transmitters and more antennae were added to this modular facility, communities in B.C. would come into range of HAARP’s possible effects.

There were other, demonstrable, dangers. Significantly, the first professional group to publicly protest HAARP was that of Alaskan pilots. The fliers feared that HAARP would interfere with electronic navigation aids and communications, leaving them blind and mute over remote and rugged terrain. Even worse, HAARP might override electronic control systems, causing jetliners to dive into the ground. After a series of crashes linked to electrical interference, the U.S. air force launched a three-year Joint Electromagnetic Interference Investigation in 1991. Official JEMI findings showed that “radio waves at certain frequencies can bring down an aircraft by putting it into an uncommanded turn or dive, or by turning off its fuel supply.”

A cold Alaska wind was blowing snow in their faces when Manning and Begich approached the HAARP site in February 1995. “It wasn’t very scary,” Manning recalled. “A very large building stood between the road and the antenna farm. There wasn’t much to see.” Even from the top of a nearby water tower, the remote installation didn’t look like a Tesla-style “death-ray” machine. It was hardly worth a photograph. Just two small buildings and dozens of radio antennae plunked down in the Alaska wilderness. To further the deceptive decor, HAARP’s managers later removed the “National Security” warning signs from the chain-link fence surrounding the site.

But visitors today shouldn’t stand too close. Remotely controlled Phase 1 tests are already sporadically radiating one billion watts (one gigawatt) of closely focused power. And this is just the warm-up. Sometime in 1997, Phase 2 tests will heat a small region of the upper atmosphere with four billion watts of highly concentrated power. Even the scientists in charge of the project don’t know what will happen next, but they hope that a 48-kilometre-wide plume of superheated atmospheric particles will bulge outward into space like the skin of a poked balloon.

With high-speed computers and newly developed software pulsing powerful radio waves, HAARP’s antennae will be fired sequentially to steer this ionospheric bulge as if it were a lens. The U.S. air force hopes to use it to fry incoming warheads from any enemy suicidal enough to fire ballistic missiles that can be tracked back to their cities of origin. It also looks forward to using HAARP to peer deep underground, while the project’s U.S. navy partner wants to employ its technology to talk to its submarines.

HAARP’s commercial patent claims the ability to achieve “total disruption of communications over a large portion of the earth”. Other offensive capabilities noted in the patent include “altering the upper atmosphere wind patterns using plumes of atmospheric particles as a lens or focusing device” to disturb weather thousands of miles away.

If this is starting to read like an X-Files script, the military brass—and their scientific advisers—are convinced that Bernard Eastlund’s device can alter the ionosphere in “useful” ways. When a skeptical U.S. patent examiner told Eastlund in 1985 that his “ionospheric heater” sounded like science fiction, the MIT physicist simply replied that the technology was already available. “These things are all on the backs of very stable technologies,” Eastlund told the Straight. “When you get past the gee-whiz, there’s a lot of real science there.”

The calculations and drawings Eastlund presented at the patent office included references to Nikola Tesla. But HAARP is the culmination of four decades of ionospheric tinkering, using more and more powerful transmitters to create instabilities in order “to see what will happen”, as one engineer told Manning at the Colorado conference.

The Soviet Union and the United States have been interested in the ionosphere since the 1950s, when it was discovered that high-power radio transmissions change the temperature and density of electrons there. The U.S. military’s Project Starfish experimented with multiple atomic detonations in the ionosphere in 1962-63, and clouds of copper needles and chemicals released from rockets and space shuttles have mapped and perturbed this dynamic zone.

Transmitting one gigawatt of power or less, seven smaller ionospheric “heaters” belonging to the U.S., the former U.S.S.R., and Germany have caused avalanches of energy to cascade through Earth’s atmosphere in the recent past. But these earlier ionospheric heaters aimed energy straight up in an expanding cone; their effective radiated power dissipated rapidly.

HAARP, however, directs its energy in an inverted cone. By focusing the beam on a very small area of the ionosphere, there is, in effect, an enormous increase in power over the affected area. As the six-page “HAARP Fact Sheet” explains, no other heater has “the combination of frequency capability and beam steering agility required to perform the experiments planned for HAARP”.

U.S. Patent No. 4,686,605 was issued on August 11, 1987. The first of three HAARP patents awarded to Eastlund describes his Method and Apparatus for Altering a Region of the Earth’s Atmosphere, Ionosphere and/or Magnetosphere. “The name of the game is, can you accelerate electrons?” Eastlund told the Straight. “That was what my patents were on, and that was one of the purposes stated in the original HAARP document.”

By the time Eastlund’s first patent was issued, he had worked for three years as a consultant, helping ARCO set up its applied-technologies division. When the giant energy transnational wanted to know what to do with 30 trillion cubic feet of natural gas it had discovered on Alaska’s North Slope, Eastlund recommended burning it on-site to power his ionospheric heater.

ARCO bought the idea—and the patent—then turfed Eastlund in 1987. “I had been sort of ushered out four weeks before the first patent issue,” the inventor recalled—probably, he said, because he was not interested in pursuing offensive uses for HAARP. Edward Teller, the father of the hydrogen bomb, was also, according to Eastlund, a strong supporter of then-president Ronald Reagan’s space-based defence system called Star Wars. “Teller came to visit them one weekend,” Eastlund recalled, “and in about two weeks, I was a goner.”

Eastlund, however, remains proud of his accomplishment. “It was really quite something to see it actually start to be built. I’m the inventor, and they can’t take that away from me.” But he quickly added: “Any uses of this all belong to ARCO.”

ARCO’s enthusiasm for HAARP was matched by the U.S. military. In February 1990, a “Plans and Activities” report jointly issued by the U.S. Air Force Geophysics Laboratory and the Office of Naval Research heralded the “exciting and challenging aspect of ionospheric enhancement”. Though the air force refers to HAARP as “pure research”, this restricted-circulation document declared, with emphasis, that the program will go “beyond basic research to controlling ionospheric processes”.

Calling this “a revolutionary concept”, the paper’s sponsors hoped that HAARP would spark “new ionospheric processes and phenomena” that could be exploited by the U.S. military. These uses, the report explained, included long-range, over-the-horizon surveillance of radio traffic and the detection of cruise missiles by “significantly altering” regions of the ionosphere at a range of 1,600 kilometres or more. “What is clear,” the study noted, “is that at one gigawatt and above effective radiated power…a variety of instability processes are triggered” in the ionosphere.

To put it another way: the electrons hitting your TV screen are moving at 25,000 electron-volts. At current Phase 1 settings, HAARP is moving electrons in the ionosphere at one million to three million electron-volts—fast enough to make the air glow. If pulsed correctly, these HAARP-excited electrons will begin resonating with the ionosphere’s own electrical energy. Just as a swing will move through an ever-greater arc between regular pushes, so too can a targeted patch of ionosphere be made to oscillate with timed impulses from HAARP until these joined energies create a cascade of escalating effects.

The problem is that amplifying energy in the highly energetic ionosphere is unpredictable; the swing could twist out of control. The U.S. military’s 1990 report eagerly anticipates how “plasma processes will ”˜runaway’ until the next limiting process is reached.”

Hubris on this scale has not been seen since the Manhattan Project’s top scientists warned that the world’s first aboveground nuclear reaction could ignite the entire atmosphere in a runaway chain reaction. In 1945 they detonated the device near Alamogordo, New Mexico, anyway. Now U.S. military scientists are willing to take similar risks with HAARP.

Though there is compelling evidence that previous ionospheric experiments have gone awry, HAARP is being hurried ahead. Despite congressional cancellation of Reagan’s Star Wars program in 1995, funding continues to find its way into so-called compartmentalized projects like HAARP. Begich notes that $30 million was spent on HAARP’s initial antenna array. Another $30 million was used to upgrade Alaska’s Poker Flats rocket range to map magnetic-field lines, and $25 million was spent on a massive Cray computer to correlate HAARP data at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks.

The Ottawa-based Planetary Association for Clean Energy claims that Phase 1 testing of HAARP at one gigawatt effective radiated power has been under way since “initial tuning” began on December 14, 1994. Eschewing Eastlund’s natural-gas scheme, HAARP’s military/corporate backers plan to shift from on-site generators to the local power grid. By the summer of 1996, Alaskan utility lines will supply enough power for the next phase of testing to begin.

But there’s a glitch. Begich reports that an expanded, $175-million antenna array capable of focusing Phase 2’s four gigawatts of radiated power has yet to be funded. Instead, as Begich explained to the Straight, $15 million has been included in the 1996 U.S. defence budget to demonstrate underground scanning using HAARP.

The Earth Tomography Mission has become the “proof of concept” linchpin of the Alaska program. Its premise is simple. Once HAARP has heated a patch of the ionosphere, the resulting plasma “mirror” can be tilted to reflect energy—beamed from a second transmitter—deep into Earth. A smaller ionospheric heater called HIPAS has been relocated from Colorado to Alaska specifically for this task.

Seismologists routinely set off explosive charges to map oil and mineral deposits, in a procedure much like a CAT scan. Long waves from the HAARP-HIPAS duo will pass through Earth’s mantle with almost no resistance, allowing technicians to virtually “X-ray” up to eight kilometres underground in search of hidden bunkers and missile silos. At the same time, according to Earth Island Journal editor Gar Smith and former ARCO accountant Clare Zickuhr in the Fall 1994 edition of that publication, HAARP will also “scan” most living organisms in the Northern Hemisphere that find themselves under its penetrating beam.

The Earth Tomography Mission is considered by the military to be so vital to U.S. security that Begich believes that HAARP’s full antenna array will be funded later this year. “After the Earth Tomography Mission is proven,” he added, “close to $200 million” will be appropriated by Congress for the Phase 2 transmitter upgrade in 1997.

HAARP’s U.S. navy partner wants to use the HAARP-HIPAS combo to bounce extremely low frequency (ELF) signals to deeply submerged submarines running more than 19,000 kilometres away. An earlier navy plan to send messages through Earth would have seen 9,600 kilometres of antennae buried near Clam Lake, Wisconsin. “Project Sanguine” would have irradiated almost half of the state with high-power ELF radiation.

“But Senate protest mounted,” according to authors Cyril Smith and Simon Best in their book Electromagnetic Man, and the Clam Lake plan was scuttled after navy scientists found that a single day’s high-power ELF exposure altered the blood chemistry in nine of 10 technicians working on a test transmitter. Besides exhibiting heart irregularities, the technicians had trouble doing simple addition. Instead of completing Sanguine, the navy had to be content with the much smaller Project Seafarer, whose antenna farm subsequently mowed a 90-kilometre-long swath through Michigan’s Escanaba River State Forest.

In 1979, when the U.S. air force activated a radar emitting one-thousandth of HAARP’s energy on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, health effects were also cited. Within two years, according to the Massachusetts public health department, women living in the four towns closest to the “Pave Paws” transmitter began dying of leukemia at a rate 23 percent higher than that of other Massachusetts women. They also died of liver, bladder, and kidney cancers at a rate 69 percent higher than the state average.

Begich said ELF waves reflected back to Earth from the HAARP tomography mission will cover a “footprint” of several thousand square miles. He is in agreement with Robert Becker—a medical doctor and researcher of the health effects of electromagnetic radiation—that the mission’s penetrating frequencies will resonate at the same number of cycles per second as human brain waves. As these brain waves become “entrained”, or locked in step, with transmissions of between 20 and 30 hertz, Begich warned, “HAARP could be significantly damaging to biological life.” At these frequencies, he added, “you’re agitating people.”

The air force insists that HAARP’s electromagnetic emissions will cause no “bio-effects”. Eastlund mostly concurs. “Some of the things that are talked about… As a scientist, I’m not sure there’s any foundation to them—like mind control and things like that,” he said from his Texas home. What about weather modification? “I had looked at using this intense beam, which can be angled, to do some experiments in terms of guiding the jet stream, moving it from one spot to another,” Eastlund admitted. “I presume it is possible, which might lend credence to these other things.”

In the mid ’70s, Soviet engineers tried to coordinate radio impulses and manipulate the ionosphere to warp the high-altitude jet stream. Their objective was to reverse a 36-year cooling trend that resulted in a series of disastrous crop failures. Soon after Soviet engineers switched on seven big transmitters near a place called Chernobyl, the jet stream kinked dramatically. Robert Becker, in his book CrossCurrents, and Cyril Smith and Simon Best, in Electromagnetic Man, describe how—with the jet stream’s weather-forming winds bent into an unfamiliar configuration—Alaskans basked in unseasonable winter warmth. Snow fell for the first time in Miami and the Bahamas, and winter turned out to be remarkably mild across the USSR.

“The Soviet experiment got out of control,” Dr. Andrew Michrowski recalled in the Vancouver Sun on April 19, 1990. The Tesla expert who worked for Canada’s Secretary of State then explained: “They created these giant changes in Earth’s magnetic field, but then they could not dissipate the standing waves.”

According to U.S. air force Lt.-Col. Tom E. Bearden, the project ended disastrously in 1981 when a runaway resonance effect blew up the Soviets’ ELF transmitter at Gomel, near Chernobyl.

Eastlund is less sure that rearranging the ionosphere could cause a calamity. “You can certainly do things that will change the ionosphere,” he said. “Then it becomes the burden of proof to see if it has deleterious effects on the ground. And some people speculate that it does. But [the ionosphere] is a pretty low-energy-density environment.”

While grilling a steak in his backyard during the interview, Eastlund used a cooking analogy to illustrate HAARP’s anticipated surface power level of one watt per square centimetre. “You wouldn’t be too worried about that, would you?” he asked. “You’ve got that in your microwave oven. You cook your turkey with it.”

But who wants to be the turkey being microwaved?

There is no question that HAARP’s energy waves “pluck” all living cells in range of their beams, whipping brain and body molecules back and forth from 20 to 30 times per second. Researchers in Finland, Poland, Russia, and the U.S. have seen how such stresses can tear up DNA blueprints at the instant of cell division—“particularly during pregnancy, early brain growth and old age”, as Becker wrote in his book CrossCurrents. “Lower power is sometimes worse than high power,” he added.

Although the strength of electromagnetic waves falls off rapidly with distance from their source, U.S. studies show that in frequencies like HAARP’s, even a small increase in electromagnetic radiation can cause human health problems. Manning finds little comfort in the siting of the Alaska transmitter away from cities. “We are concerned with what bounces back from the ionosphere,” she said.

Department of Defense consultant Robert Windsow warned in the Earth Island Journal that temperature inversions or clear, damp nights could send HAARP’s high-energy beams streaming back to Earth with “up to 10-fold increase in field intensity”.

Nobody knows what HAARP’s human-health effects will be. Not yet, anyway. And no biologists have been assigned to the project. Manning was not reassured to find that HAARP’s “Final Environmental Impact Statement” was prepared not by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency but by the U.S. air force and its seagoing partners. The October 1993 study scrutinized five local gravel sources to be used for cement for the HAARP site. Some birds and fish would be disturbed by gravel removal, decided James Boatright, deputy assistant secretary of the air force (installations). But activating HAARP at power levels 10 times higher than any transmitted on Earth will cause “no significant impacts to birds”, “aquatics”, or “the atmosphere”, Boatright believes.

HAARP’s inventor agrees. Sort of. “What is up there now is not, in my opinion, big enough to be concerned about,” Eastlund said. “It has to be used judiciously, but it’s not the kind of power level that can do the stuff that’s in my patents yet. But they’re getting up there. This is a very powerful device. Especially if they go to the expanded stage.”

The air force is not advertising its Phase 3 timetable. But on page 185 of what HAARP project manager John Hecksur termed, during an interview on CBC TV’s Undercurrents, its “nonexistent” October 1991 Technical Memorandum No. 195, there is a call by the ionospheric-effects division of the U.S. Air Force Phillips Laboratory for HAARP to reach a peak power output of 100 gigawatts.

At 10 gigawatts, Eastlund claims that his ionospheric heater will form an “artificial magnetic field” of a strength about tenfold greater than the field strength naturally occurring between the ground-based antennae and an altitude of 50 kilometres. At 100 billion watts effective radiated power, all environmental bets are off.

Bemused by blood and bone, we forget that we are electric beings. The brains and central nervous systems of all living creatures interact with their surroundings through measurable electronic frequencies. Besides enabling our brains to respond to these printed words, our bodies act as sensitive antennae picking up electromagnetic emissions from such everyday devices as TV sets, power lines, microwave ovens, electric blankets, and cel phones.

But HAARP is no hair dryer. Originating between the Anchorage and Fairbanks airports, just 220 kilometres from the Canadian border, its high-energy transmissions makes the issue of its effect on the radios and electronic navigation and control systems of passing aircraft a serious one. And the official “HAARP Fact Sheet” admits that “interference with television, AM and FM radio, ham radios, cellular phone and/or satellite dishes possibly may be anticipated.”

This does not make Gordon Crandall III happy about HAARP. After studying its planned operations schedule of 140 days per year over 20 years, the head of the U.S. Commerce Department’s systems-review branch wrote a report critical of the transmitter. Dated October 1993, the paper noted that HAARP will interfere with the radio communications many Alaskans depend on instead of telephones. “Radiation hazards to aircraft crew and passengers and migratory waterfowl are [also] expected from such high-power transmitters,” Crandall added.

As Gar Smith and Clare Zickuhr pointed out in their Earth Island Journal article, HAARP’s increasingly powerful transmissions are already radiating through the heart of the Pacific Flyway. Migrating birds, as well as caribou and whales, might be severely disoriented, they warn.

So might salmon. University of Alaska geophysical researcher Larry Gedney believes that magnetite found in the brains of all living organisms acts as a biological compass, guiding salmon and other pelagic creatures home along Earth’s magnetic-field lines. In a letter asking the Environmental Protection Agency to halt the project, Alaskan activist Jim Roderick noted that “the fisheries that exist in proximity to the HAARP Project are the most productive in the State of Alaska.”

Migrating animals might also have to contend with bad weather spawned by HAARP. Eastlund, however, is not convinced that unintended storms will be a by-product of such experimentation. “When it gets up there and does things,” he said, speaking of the directed energy beam, “the atmosphere’s way down below it and it’s not clear what effects those can have on the atmosphere.”

It is clear, however, that a strong electrical coupling exists between the ionosphere and the lower atmosphere. As Dynamic Systems’ Charles Yost told an international aerospace conference in 1992: “If the ionosphere is greatly disturbed, the atmosphere below is subsequently disturbed.” And author and MD Robert Becker has demonstrated how harmonic resonance from high-energy transmissions causes charged particles to stream into the atmosphere, forming rain clouds. Begich reminds British Columbians: “Change Alaska weather, and you know where it’s going.”

Is this all legal? The Environmental Modification Convention, ratified by the U.S. in 1979, prohibits military use of environment-modifying technology. “In Alaska, many of us are not happy with the prospect of ARCO altering the Earth’s neutral atmospheric properties,” Inupiat elder Charles Elok Edwardsen Jr. wrote to President Bill Clinton. “We do not want to be anyone’s testing grounds as the Bikini Islands have been.” Mindful of the Bikini Islanders with their nuclear legacy, the Inupiat community fears the effect of an invisible military weapon.

Why has Manning devoted so much energy to exposing HAARP? “Because I’ve heard this attitude of scientists that if we can do it, let’s try it and see what happens,” she said. “And now they’re dealing with a system that’s so vital to life on this planet…” Manning paused. “I just don’t trust these guys. Their own documents brag about the fact that they don’t know what will happen when they push it, as they put it, beyond the next level of effects in the ionosphere.”

Now, at least, the issue is beginning to garner significant public attention. In September 1995, Popular Science brought considerable attention to the HAARP story. Broadcasters have since come aboard with a rush: CBC TV’s Undercurrents, the Fox network’s Sightings, and BBC television’s Horizons aired HAARP segments in January and February, and Begich reports that more than 3,000 hours of syndicated-radio airtime have been devoted to HAARP since the release of his and Manning’s book. “Opposition is building steadily,” Begich observed. “Going into the project, I didn’t believe we’d stop it at all. They were too far into it to pull back. Now I’m not too sure.”

For Begich, widespread resistance to HAARP is “an opportunity to change the paradigm” and redirect intellectual and material resources into life-enhancing technologies. Along with Manning and activist Jim Roderick, he is helping to spearhead a worldwide electronic protest through faxes, phone calls, and the Internet.

In November 1995, Begich described HAARP at a conference on alternative medicines in Sri Lanka. Delegates from 67 developing nations were astonished and angered by what they saw as an example of reckless disregard for the environment. Three months later, Begich persuaded Alaska’s governor to read Angels Don’t Play This HAARP. Begich has also begun meeting with lawyers from Alaskan environmental lobbies to plan legal strategies aimed at blocking further HAARP transmissions.

In March 1996, 3,000 people from around the world gathered at the Environmental Law College in Eugene, Oregon, to hear Manning talk about HAARP. Speaking from her Vancouver home a few weeks after having addressed concerned physicists in Utah, Manning expressed the hope the experiment could be stopped. “It’s so arrogant of them to play with our ionosphere so irresponsibly.”

That hope was bolstered on April 2 this year when the Alaska state legislature’s committee on state affairs met for a two-hour hearing on HAARP. While air-force press officers took the opportunity to attack Manning and Begich, physicists Richard Williams and Patrick Flanagan verbally dismantled HAARP.

Begich was jubilant. He told Manning that he was sure more hearings will be held. The researcher is also hopeful that a legislative watchdog committee comprising concerned citizens and scientists will be struck to oversee HAARP. If that happens, Begich wants a biologist on that committee. Manning is optimistic that credible scientists from the U.S., Europe, and Mexico will soon step forward to publicly voice their opposition to HAARP. “It’s really important that Canadians contact their political representatives and have them speak out,” Manning said.

If an enlightened public can switch HAARP off, the U.S. air force’s wild blue yonder might turn out to be not so wild after all.




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    [Editor’s Note: This is a highly revealing and insightful overview of the ELF, GWEN towers, and HAARP inter-connection. It was posted some time ago on Al Bielek’s web site before Al went off the air, but its content is as timely today as when it first came out. The same author, Nicholas Jones, posted an excellent article about Chemtrails, Peanut Buter and Barium Sandwichs on Jeff Rense’s web site a few months ago. This might be the same Nicholas Jones who is a BBC journalist and author of two books on Spin Control…Ken Adachi]

    By Nicholas Jones
    July 12, 2002

    Earth is wrapped in a donut shaped magnetic field. Circular lines of magnetic flux continuously descend into the North Pole and emerge from the South Pole. The Ionosphere, an electromagnetic-wave conductor, 100 kilometers [62 miles] above the earth, consists of a layer of electrically charged particles acting as a shield from solar winds.

    Earth Resonant Frequency
    Natural waves are created which result from electrical activity in the atmosphere. They are thought to be caused by multiple lightning storms. Collectively, these waves are called ‘The Schumann Resonance’, with the strongest current registering at 7.8 Hz. These are quasi-standing [scalar], extremely low frequency (ELF) waves that naturally exist in the earth’s electromagnetic cavity which is the space between ground and the Ionosphere. These ‘earth brainwaves’ are identical to the frequency spectrum of our human brainwaves.

    [Frequency nomenclature: 1 hertz = 1 cycle per second, 1 Khz = 1000cps, 1 Mhz =1 million cps. Wavelength: A 1 Hertz wave has a wavelength that is 186,000 miles long, A 10 Hz wave is 18,600 miles long, etc. Radio-waves move at the speed of light (186,000 miles per second)]

    The Creator designed living beings to resonate to the11 natural Schumann Resonance frequency pulsation in order to evolve harmoniously. The Ionosphere is being manipulated by US government scientists using the Alaskan transmitter called HAARP, (High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) which sends focused radiated power to heat up sections of the Ionosphere, which bounces power down again. ELF waves produced from HAARP, when targeted on selected areas, can weather-engineer and create mood changes affecting millions of people. The intended wattage is 1,700 billion watts of power.

    Geomagnetic Waves & GWEN
    Sixty four elements in the ground modulate, with variation, the geomagnetic waves naturally coming from the ground. The earth’s natural ‘brain rhythm’ above is balanced with these. These are the same minerals found in red blood corpuscles. There is a relation between the blood and geomagnetic waves. An imbalance between Schumann and geomagnetic waves disrupts these biorhythms. These natural geomagnetic waves are being replaced by artificially created low frequency (LF) ground waves coming from GWEN Towers.

    GWEN (Ground Wave Emergency Network) transmitters placed 200 miles apart across the USA allow specific frequencies to be tailored to the geomagnetic-field strength in each area, allowing the magnetic field to be altered. They operate in the LF range, with transmissions between LF 150 and 175 KHz. They also emit waves from the upper VHF to the lower UHF range of 225 – 400 MHz. The LF signals travel by waves that hug the ground rather than radiating into the atmosphere. A GWEN station transmits in a 360 degree circle up to 300 miles, the signal dropping off sharply with distance. The entire GWEN system consists of, (depending on source of data), from 58 to an intended 300 transmitters spread across the USA, each with a tower 299-500 ft high. 300 ft copper wires in spoke-like fashion fan out from the base of the system underground, interacting with the earth, like a thin shelled conductor, radiating radio wave energy for very long distances through the ground.

    The United States is bathed in this magnetic field which can rise from ground up to 500 ft, but goes down into basements, so everyone can be affected and mind-controlled. The entire artificial ground-wave spreads out over the whole of the USA like a web. It is easier to mind-control and hypnotize people who are bathed in an artificial electromagnetic-wave.

    GWEN transmitters have many different functions including:

    1. controlling the weather,
    2. mind control,
    3. behavior and mood control, and
    4. sending synthetic-telepathy as infrasound to victims with US government mind-control implants.

    GWEN works in conjunction with HAARP and the Russian Woodpecker transmitter, which is similar to HAARP. The Russians openly market a small version of their weather-engineering system called Elate, which can fine-tune weather patterns over a 200 mile area and have the same range as the GWEN unit. An Elate system operates at Moscow airport. The GWEN towers shoot enormous bursts of energy into the atmosphere in conjuction with HAARP. The website http://www.cuttingedge.org wrote an expose of how the major floods of the Mid-West USA occurred in 1993.

    Atmospheric Vapor Rivers
    Enormous, invisible rivers of water, consisting of vapors that flow, move towards the poles in the lower atmosphere. They rival the flow of the Amazon River and are 420 to 480 miles wide and up to 4,800 miles long. They are 1.9 miles above the earth and contain a volume of water equivalent to 340 lbs of water per second. There are 5 atmospheric rivers in each Hemisphere. A massive flood can be created by damming up one of these massive vapor rivers, causing huge amounts of rainfall to be dumped. The GWEN Towers positioned along the areas north of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers were turned on for 40 days and 40 nights, probably mocking the Flood of Genesis. (This was in conjunction with HAARP, that creates a river of electricity flowing thousands of miles through the sky and down to the polar ice-cap, manipulating the jet-stream , like the Russian Woodpecker.) These rivers flooded, causing agricultural losses of $12-15 billion. HAARP produces earthquakes by focusing energy along fault lines. GWEN Towers are located on the fault lines and volcanic areas of the Pacific Northeast.

    In 1963, Dr Robert Beck explored effects of external magnetic-fields on brainwaves showing a relationship between psychiatric admissions and solar magnetic storms. He exposed volunteers to pulsed magnetic-fields similar to magnetic-storms, and found a similar response. US 60 Hz electric power ELF waves vibrate at the same frequency as the human brain. UK 50 Hz electricity emissions depress the thyroid gland.

    Human Vulnerability
    Dr Andrija Puharich in the 50’s/60’s, found that clairvoyant’s brainwaves became 8 Hz when their psychic powers were operative. He saw an Indian Yogi in 1956 controlling his brainwaves, deliberately shifting his consciousness from one level to another. Puharich trained people with bio-feedback to do this consciously, making 8 Hz waves. A healer made 8 Hz waves pass into a patient, healing their heart trouble, her brain emitting 8 Hz . One person emitting a certain frequency can make another also resonate to the same frequency. Our brains are extremely vulnerable to any technology which sends out ELF waves, because they immediately start resonating to the outside signal by a kind of tuning-fork effect. Puharich experimented discovering that

    A) 7.83 Hz (earth’s pulse rate) made a person feel good, producing an altered-state.
    B) 10.80 Hz causes riotious behaviour and
    C) 6.6 Hz causes depression.

    Puharich made ELF waves change RNA and DNA, breaking hydrogen bonds to make a person have a higher vibratory rate. He wanted to go beyond the psychic 8 Hz brainwave and attract psi phenomena. James Hurtak, who once worked for Puharich, also wrote in his book The Keys of Enoch that ultra-violet caused hydrogen bonds to break and this raised the vibratory rate.

    Puharich presented the mental effects of ELF waves to military leaders, but they would not believe him. He gave this information to certain dignitaries of other Western nations. The US government burned down his home in New York to shut him up and he fled to Mexico. However, the Russians discovered which ELF frequencies did what to the human brain and began zapping the US Embassy in Moscow on 4 July 1976 with electromagnetic-waves, varying the signal, including focusing on 10 Hz. (10 Hz puts people into a hypnotic state. Russians and North Koreans use this in portable mind-control machines to extract confessions. A machine was even found in an American church to help the congregation believe!) The Russian “Woodpecker” signal was traveling across the world from a transmitter near Kiev. The US Air Force identified 5 different frequencies in this compound harmonic Woodpecker signal that was sending signals through the earth and the atmosphere.

    Nikola Tesla revealed in 1901 power could be transmitted through the ground using ELF waves. Nothing stops or weakens these signals. The Russians retrieved Tesla’s papers when they were finally returned to Yugoslavia after his death.

    Puharich continued to monitor the Russian ELF wave signal while in Mexico and the higher harmonics produced in the MHz range (5.340 MHz). He met the CIA and started working for them. He and Dr. Robert Beck designed equipment to measure these waves and their effect on the human brain. Puharich started his work by putting dogs to sleep. By 1948/49 he graduated to monkeys, deliberately destroying their eardrums to enable them to pick up sounds without the eardrum intact. He discovered a nerve in the tongue could be used to facilitate hearing. He created the dental tooth implant which mind-control victims are now claiming was surreptitiously placed in their mouth by controlled dentists causing them to hear ‘voices in their head.’ The implant was placed under dental caps or lodged in the jaw.

    Vaccine Implants
    Implants are now smaller than a hair’s width and are injected with vaccine and flu shots. Millions have had this done unknowingly. These ‘biochips’ circulate in the bloodstream and lodge in the brain, enabling the victims to hear ‘voices’ via the implant. There are many kinds of implants now and 1 in 40 are victims from ‘alien abduction’ statistics, though 1 in 20 has also been gauged. The fake alien abduction event, revealed to be actually the work of US military personnel using technology to make hologram spaceships outside, virtual reality scenarios of going onto a spaceship with humans in costumes, has been astutely perceived. Though real alien abductions do occur, the ‘alien abduction’ scenario has been useful to stop any further investigation or accountability of government authorities by poor victims who would face mockery and appear silly.

    Are we being forced to respond to an artificially induced vibratory rate by global masters who want this planet to have a sudden leap in evolution, populated by the psychically aware and therefore a superior class of humans or is the agenda designed to eliminate billions of people who are ‘useless eaters’, deceptively being disposed by electro magnetically-induced cancers and diseases?

    Electromagnetic Disease Transmission, ELF, & Chemtrails
    The physics and engineering behind electromagnetic disease transmission are frightening. Diseases can be reproduced as ‘disease signatures’ in that the vibration of a disease can be manufactured and sent on to be induced. (The brainwave pattern of hallucinogenic drugs can also be copied and sent by ELF waves to induce ‘visions’.) Once diseases are sprayed in the air, electromagnetic-waves attuned to the disease, using harmonics and subharmonics, will make them more lethal and infectious by sending particular disease frequency death-patterns.

    Chemtrails are being sprayed daily all over USA (and other countries too) in a white crisscross pattern. They contain diseases and chemicals which affect our state of consciousness. They can produce apathy which works in conjuction with fluoridation of the water, as well as aspartame and drugs. Fluoride disables the willpower section of the brain, impairing the left occipital lobe.

    Fluoride and selenium enable people to ‘hear voices’. ELF waves create disturbances in the biological processes of the body and these can be activated in the population once the diseases are introduced into the body from the chemtrails.

    Some chemtrails have been analyzed and shown to be creating cleavages in spacial perceptions, blocking the interaction of various amino-acids that relate to higher-consciousness and to increase dopamine in the brain producing a listless, spaced-out state of lower reactive mind.

    Basically, the goal is to fog the difference between the real and unreal and some of this could be connected with the many UFO abductions occurring en-mass. Hundreds have been witnessed laid out on tables and implanted. Intelligence agencies are in league with each other behind this disablement of the masses to such a point that they can’t even fight back. In order for the perpetrators to do what they want, they need the overall ‘frequency’ of each victim to function at a specific rate below the threshold of awareness.

    Could this be part of a greater plan with mind-control transmitters covering the whole of USA and England, cleverly disguised as cell phone towers and trees? The power from microwave towers may be turned up to such a level that people can die.

    A brain functioning at beta-level (above 13 Hz) is agitated and can’t change its perceptions, if it is artificially maintained by technology to that frequency. This may increase body electricity in others, giving them psychic powers. Is this linked to the New-Agers claim of a rising 12-14 Hz Schumann Resonance, inching us towards the 4th dimension? Stimulants ingested globally from caffeine genetically-modified plants, may also produce an impact on the ‘global-brain’ in the ionosphere collecting our brainwaves. New-age channellers say we are going into 4th dimensional frequency. They ‘heard’ the voice of some ‘ET’ who told them.

    However, some ‘ETs’ may be local boys. Voices in the head were produced in prisoners in Utah prisons using Tesla technology. Each of the prisoners received the same message from an ‘ET’. Today, it seems, it’s easy to produce ‘voices in the head’ without implants.

    A prisoner called David Fratus in Draper Prison, Utah in 1988 wrote:

    “I began to receive, or hear, high-frequency tones in my ears. When I plug my ears..the tones are still inside and become amplified. It’s as if they had become electrified echo chambers with the sounds coming from the inside out..I began to hear voices..into my inner ears as vivid as though I were listening to a set of stereo headphones..with the end result being that I am now having my brain monitored by an omnipotent computerized mind reading or scanning machine of some sort ”
    Hundreds of inmates at the Gunnison Facility of the Utah State Prison, and the State Hospital were subject to this brand of mind-control in order to test it. In the early 1970s, this was brought out in the Utah U.S. District Court, because inmates who had been subjected to this Tesla-wave mind-control in prison had tried unsuccessfully to fight back in court. The University of Utah researched how Tesla-waves could be used to manipulate the mind into hearing voices, overriding and implanting thoughts into the mind, and reading the thoughts, as well as developing eye-implants.
    Cray computers, using artificial-intelligence, monitor the victims of government implants sending pre-recorded sound-bytes or occasional live messages. They are picked up by satellite and relayed to whatever large TV broadcasting antenna, GWEN tower or other microwave antenna is near the victim. It’s believed that some type of body implants pick up the signal and broadcast the correct Tesla-wave pattern to create voices within the victim.

    The tracking implant keeps the staff and the satellite system informed every few minutes as to exactly where to send the voice signals. The master computer and central HQ for this is reported to be in Boulder, CO. It is thought that transponders are being made there as well. The central cellular computer is in the Boulder, CO National Bureau of Standards building. AT&T is also cooperating in this project. Several government agencies work together on this.

    Tim Rifat of UK wrote that

    “this inter-cerebral hearing is used to drive the victim mad, as no one else can hear the voices transmitted into the brain of the target. Transmission of auditory data directly into the target’s brains using microwave carrier beams is now common practice. Instead of using excitation potentials, one uses a transducer to modify the spoken word into ELF audiograms, that are then superimposed on a pulse modulated microwave beam.”
    The Sydney Morning Herald on 21 March 1983 published an article by Dr Nassim Abd El-Aziz Neweigy, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Agriculture, Moshtohor Tukh-Kalubia, Egypt. It stated:
    “Russian satellites, controlled by advanced computers, can send voices in one’s own language interweaving into natural thoughts to the population of choice to form diffused artificial thought. The chemistry and electricity of the human brain can be manipulated by satellite and even suicide can be induced. Through ferocious anti-humanitarian means, the extremist groups are fabricated, the troubles and bloody disturbances are instigated by advanced tele-means via Russian satellites, in many countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America.”
    Another source says that these have been fed with the world’s languages and synthetic telepathy will reach into people’s heads making people believe God is speaking to them personally to enact the Second Coming, complete with holograms! The Russians broke the genetic code of the human brain. They worked out 23 EEG band-wave lengths, 11 of which were totally independent. So if you can manipulate those 11, you can do anything.
    NSA Cray computers can remotely track people just knowing the specific EMF waves (evoked potentials from EEGs in the 30-50 Hz, 5 milliwatt range) of a person’s bioelectric-field. Each person’s emissions are unique and they can remotely track someone in public.

    Maxwell’s ‘Hidden’ Etheric Component
    Evoked-potentials officially don’t exist in physics, but in 1873 a Scotsman, James Clerk Maxwell, discovered electromagnetic waves have 3 components:

    He discovered waveforms which exist at a certain number of right-angled rotations away from the electromagnetic-field. These are hyperspacial components, not subject to constraints of time and space. He claimed that electromagnetic-radiation waves were carried by the ether and the ether was disturbed by magnetic lines of force. The hidden component is called only ‘potential’ now and not normally used except for covert hyperdimensional physics and to manipulate consciousness itself via electromagnetic-waves covering vast areas of the planet.

    Approx. one person in 3000 is naturally sensitive to this magnetic-waveform component, the telepathic types (according to a writer called “Majix”), but we are all capable of tuning into this magnetic component by tuning our subconscious to it. Maxwell’s successors thought potentials were akin to mysticism, because they believed fields contain mass which cannot be created from apparently nothing, which is what potentials are, both literally and mathematically – they are an accumulation or reservoir of energy; but this hasn’t been taught in mainstream physics.

    Thought Control
    Subliminal words in the correct electromagnetic-field that expresses human consciousness, attuned to the human brain, can enter our minds at a subconscious level. Our brain activity patterns can apparently be measured and stored on computer by super-computers. If a victim needs subliminal-thoughts implanted, all that is necessary is to capture, save on computer, and target the person’s brainwave pattern to send them such low frequency subliminal-messages that they actually think it is their own thoughts [confirmed by Al Bielek and Preston Nichols with the Montauk Project in Long Island]. The researcher Majix says our brains are so sensitive that they are like liquid-crystal in response to the magnetic component of the earth.

    We are sensitive to earth’s magnetic changes, changes in the ionospheric cavity and re-resonate those frequencies ourselves. We are incredibly complex, beyond comprehension and a type of biocosmic transducer. He adds:

    “Physicists in Russia correlate the mean annual magnetic-activity, electro-magnetic and electro-static fields on human behavior and medical indications.They are similar to biorhythms.These magnetic frequencies can be manipulated. Our brain waves can mimic magnetic frequencies from very simple equipment at extremely low power levels. From half a second to 4 seconds later, the neurons and brainwaves are driven exclusively by the device, with power levels almost nonexistent. All one needs is a circularly polarized antenna aimed up at the ionospheric cavity and they can manipulate the moods of everyone within a 75 sq. mile area. The body picks up these “new” manipulated waves and begins to correspond immediately. “Sleep” frequency will make everyone become tired and sleep.”
    In 1967, an “internationally renowned scientist” and Christopher Hills, a pendulum expert, communicated with some ETs. (It is not known who the scientist was, but at one time both Hills and Puharich were with the medium Eileen Garrett at a time when Puharich was communicating with ETs.)
    In short, ETs communicated with us via modulated radio-waves, between 10,000 and 20,000 cycles below the known electromagnetic-spectrum. In the carrier-wave by amplitude modulation, mixed with frequency modulation. Single band energy, transmission power less than 25 watts. A naturally present wave on earth, the brain modulated – a wave that resonates between the earth and the ionosphere. All humans influence the ionosphere in this manner. A reflecting technique is involved. The brain modulation consisted of pulses, akin to those known from neuro pulses. Two humans can use this. It’s related to something akin to low frequency radar and to ultrasonic techniques, but qualified. A mixed electro-acoustic wave function. The electromagnetic-wave induced an ultrasonic transduction in human tissue. The brain radiation has a sonic component to it as well as an electromagnetic component. Electromagnetic-radiation has a sonic component and it’s dependent on the medium through which it travels.

    The scientist cut through months of work. Now HAARP is slicing up the ionosphere, the world-brain, like a microwave knife, producing long tear incisions destroying the membrane which holds the reservoir of data accumulated by all earth’s history. A healer called Mr. “A” claimed to receive “Ancient Wisdom” from this protective Magnetic-Ring of energy which stores within it all knowledge since time began. Ruth Mongomery wrote about him in Born To Heal.

    He claimed that if our energy flow is cut off from this magnetic-field, the Universal-Supply is obstructed and we are no longer in tune and start to get sick. The Power from this travels in split-seconds around the world and is available to anyone who is capable of receiving it and handling it. The waves from The Ring automatically translated into words in his mind, as wisdom to diagnose and heal others, coming from the storehouse of knowledge here since the beginning of time. He produced instant miracles, knitting broken bones and removing arthritis. A photo caught forked lightning coming from his fingers.

    In Let’s Talk MONTAUK, Joyce Murphy shows that experiments on the 410-420 MHz cycle have been done which could affect the”window frequency to the human consciousness” as a whole:

    “He (Preston Nichols) used his..radio equipment to learn that whenever a 410-420 MHz signal appeared on the air, the psychic’s minds would be “jammed.” Tracing the signal to Montauk Point and the red and white radar antenna on the Air Force Base..”
    In Encounter in the Pleiades by Peter Moon and Preston Nichols, http://www.time-travel.com/skybooks/ Preston wrote that:
    “Dr. Nicholas Begich has picked up 435 MHz signals connected to HAARP and that a mind control function is being employed. He says that 400-450 MHz is the window to human consciousness because it is our reality’s background frequency.”
    Tim Rifat wrote in his Microwave Mind Control in the UK article http://www.brazilboycott.org/ that cellular phones use 435 MHz. UK police use 450 MHz exclusively. Dr. Ross Adey used this for CIA behavioral modification experiments. Police have a vast array of antennae to broadcast this frequency all over the UK. Adey used 0.75mW/cm2 intensity of pulse modulate microwave at a frequency of 450 MHz, with an ELF modulation to control all aspects of human behavior. 450 MHZ radar modulated at 60 Hz greatly reduced T-lymphocyte activity to kill cultured cancer cells. A study of USA 60 Hz powerlines repeated this finding.

    Nicholas Jones

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    Are we being forced to respond to an artificially induced vibratory rate by global masters who want this planet to have a sudden leap in evolution, populated by the psychically aware and therefore a superior class of humans or is the agenda designed to eliminate billions of people who are ‘useless eaters’, deceptively being disposed by electro magnetically-induced cancers and diseases?

  5. rosettasister Says:

    #RIP David #Cassidy

    Rock Me Baby

    ℗ 1974 #Arista

    Rock Me Baby is the second solo album release from David Cassidy. It was released in 1972 and produced by Wes Farrell on Bell Records

    “Two Time Loser”
    “Song for a Rainy Day”

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    Creazioni Artistiche Musicali C.A.M. S.R.L. Una Società Del Gruppo Sugar

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    Stelvio Cipriani

    Dedicato a una stella

    ℗ Cinevox Record


  9. rosettasister Says:

    US Turns Blind Eye to #Lugansk #Massacre http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2014/june/04/us-turns-blind-eye-to-lugansk-massacre/
    lest we forget
    “they are being forced by their govt to finance the MIL slaughter of civilians in Ukraine”
    whaddaya think #fakeNews was born yesterday?!

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    Kent Forbes, Does the #Simulation #Hypothesis Defeat #Materialism 323


    Kent #Forbes “Simulation Hypothesis” “Somebody has to step over this line”
    Being a slave is NOT an option.
    Let’s figure this out So we can help our fellow man
    #GOP #unido #myBigTOE
    [Not blaming Google + but I’ve tried several times to post link. IF this works please put together above broken link]

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    Okay maybe this happened to you too?
    At times on Google + I see posts I shouldn’t see Don’t follow so I mute them
    For some reason can’t seem to post a link which I posted on FB and Twitter no prob
    Here’s post w/o the link

    Kent Forbes, Does the #Simulation #Hypothesis Defeat #Materialism 323

    Kent #Forbes “Simulation Hypothesis” “Somebody has to step over this line”
    Being a slave is NOT an option.
    Let’s figure this out So we can help our fellow man
    #GOP #unido #myBigTOE

    Geez! Lighten up!

  13. rosettasister Says:

    Simulation #Hypothesis

    Are we living in a #virtualreality?
    Is the universe emerging from an information processing system?
    And if so, could we ever tell?
    Is it possible to hack the system & change reality?
    look @ the #evidence
    decide 4 yourself

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