HAARP… Environmental Warfare

HAARP… Environmental Warfare

Reprinted from: Exotic Research Report (Volume 1, Issue 1; Jan/Feb/Mar 1996)

The US Government has a new ground-based “Star Wars” weapon which is being tested in the remote bush country of Alaska. This new system manipulates the environment in a way which can:

  • Disrupt human mental processes.
  • Jam all global communications systems.
  • Change weather patterns over large areas.
  • Interfere with wildlife migration patterns.
  • Negatively affect your health.
  • Unnaturally impact the Earth’s upper atmosphere.

The US military calls its zapper HAARP (High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program). But this skybuster is not about the northern lights. The device will turn on lights never intended to be artificially manipulated.

Their first target is the electrojet — a river of electricity that flows thousands of miles through the sky and down into the polar icecap. The electrojet will become a vibrating artificial antenna for sending electromagnetic radiation raining down on the earth. The U.S. military can then “X-ray” the earth and talk to submarines. But there’s much more they can do with HAARP.

HAARP Project Censorship
As a front page story, a prestigious panel of journalists judged HAARP to be in the top ten under-reported news stories of 1994 and was included in a book titled Project Censored. Only recently, has HAARP began to attract the limelight of various publications. Earlier in 1995, ExtraOrdinary Science highlighted HAARP in their Jan/Feb/Mar issue. By September, Popular Science featured it as a cover story.

In the near future, HAARP will be extensively covered in a number of publications and on television as well. The winter issue of the Earth Island Journal and the December-January issue of an Australian magazine, Nexus, will be carrying stories on HAARP.

HAARP was recently described as a new weapon in Jane’s Defense Weekly. Television producers for BBC and Fox have arranged to interview a number researchers for future stories. In addition, a number of national and international radio appearances are being scheduled on a very controversial topic — the implications for use of the military’s HAARP device.

What is HAARP?
HAARP is an extremely ambitious experiment in beaming billions of watts of energy from powerful antennae in the Alaskan bush near Gakona, to the upper atmosphere. (HAARP is to explore uses of the air waves, but the project has exotic military goals as well, according to its documents.)

Unlike the topic of a book (The Firecracker Boys) about scientists who wanted to use atomic bombs to blast harbors out of our coastline but were stopped — HAARP’s military contractors are going ahead in their plan to massively disturb parts of the upper atmosphere. Without splitting atoms or building a bomb, physicists say the developing technology could create an equally powerful electromagnetic pulse.

This year’s mandate for HAARP, however, is to work toward a system which will provoke long wave radiation in the upper atmosphere and rain it down upon the earth to look for hidden tunnels or other military installations.

The Dangers of HAARP
Independent scientists have stated that the result of deliberately altering the ionosphere could be global vandalism, and that such experiments could affect people’s moods and mental functions; the radiation which the HAARP transmitters bounce off of the ionosphere and into the ground are at the same frequencies as predominate human brain waves.

This month the U.S. military continues its experimentation in the first phase of the HAARP program. Extremely powerful beams of radio- frequency energy will pulse into the upper atmosphere and return to spray the surface of the planet with electromagnetic radiation. The military insists that all of this is safe.

However, the risks of HAARP have been exposed through careful research involving hundreds of source documents. Questions have arisen in the research…Could these manmade disturbances trigger destructive weather? And as the radiation bounces back to Earth, what will it do to our health? To salmon or other species which rely on the naturally occurring geomagnetic fields for direction?

There are currently two books available that specifically address HAARP and its potential for global catastrophe…

  • 1995 HAARP Resource Guide by Steven Elswick
  • Angels Don’t Play This HAARP by Dr. Nick Begich & Jeanne Manning

Both are great books and need to be read to have a full understanding of the HAARP threat to every being on this planet.__AC

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