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OLD NEWS IS SOMETIMES NEW NEWS: RUSSIAN WARNING ABOUT HAARP

March 23, 2011 By Joseph P. Farrell

This is an article well worth considering, from any number of points of view, including it's disturbing revelations concerning "full-spectrum dominance."

The Devil\'s HAARP

But what most interests me here is this statement in the article: "According to a pro-HAARP article in Wired magazine, which otherwise dismisses all of the above as a conspiracy theory, "A Russian military journal warned that blasting the ionosphere would trigger a cascade of electrons that could flip [the] Earth's magnetic poles. "Simply speaking, the planet will 'capsize'," it warned." HAARP is "so strong it could trigger earthquakes. And by dumping all those radio waves into the ionosphere, HAARP could turn a miles-wide portion of the upper atmosphere into a giant lens."

Looking at the footnotes in the article I could not discover what Russian military journal was being referred to, nor what the title of the article was, nor who authored it. According to a pro-HAARP article in Wired magazine, which otherwise dismisses all of the above as a conspiracy theory, "A Russian military journal warned that blasting the ionosphere would trigger a cascade of electrons that could flip [the] Earth's magnetic poles. "Simply speaking, the planet will 'capsize'," it warned." HAARP is "so strong it could trigger earthquakes. And by dumping all those radio waves into the ionosphere, HAARP could turn a miles-wide portion of the upper atmosphere into a giant lens."

Looking at the footnote for this quotation, I could not find what Russian military journal was being referred to, nor the title of the presumed paper nor its author. Nonetheless the article is significant in that it indicates strange auroral borealis effects seen prior to the Hait and Chile earthquakes, adding yet another small measure of evidence to the speculation advanced by myself and others that those earthquakes might have been the product of a technology if not of considered and deliberate action.

Later we learn that one possible source for the Russian article is its Northern Fleet report, which maintains that the US has plans to destroy Iran via targeted earthquakes. Most disturbing is the article's reference to the British Ministry of Defence, which  "anticipates how new technologies could create "disastrous outcomes, planned and unplanned" – note the word planned – the culmination of which is a "doomsday scenario" meaning "the end of the world, or at least of humanity".

I find myself leaning to agreement with the author of this report, who concludes: "The circumstantial evidence is getting too much to ignore. In 2010, we have had: a "sink hole" form in the ground in Guatemala; landslides in Guatemala and Italy; severe droughts in Russia; forest fires in Russia and Bolivia; floods in China, Taiwan, Pakistan, Niger and Mexico; a hurricane which missed Mexico; a hurricane which hit Burma; a volcanic eruption in Iceland; and earthquakes in Haiti, Chile, China, Japan, and New Zealand..."