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..."




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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Kent on March 24, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    Of course, I too cannot speak to technology as someone else mentioned, but
    likewise at age 67 I have some experience and common sense. The snow
    ball is rolling ever faster downhill and growing larger every day as John of
    Patmos tells us in Revelation.

    What can we as hundreds of millions of individuals do to sway the elite who are
    bent on total domination at any cost?

    I saw one website where they were having people register or add their name to
    a petition seeking a no fly zone over Libya. Over one million names had been
    collected when I saw it. What are ya’ll’s thoughts, would something like this have any influence in Washington? Or would it continue, “My HAARP’s bigger than your HAARP?” “I’m not shutting mine down first.”

    Of possible related interest is the scurrying about of folks looking for potassium iodate for protection against radiation from the Japanese reactors. There has been an unprecedented demand for this stuff. This got me to thinking.

    People my age have already lived through the testing of the A-bomb during the
    war followed by the actual use of two A-bombs in 1945. Then following the war
    there were all the A-bomb and H-bomb tests by both the U.S. and the USSR in
    the atmosphere which continued through the fifties. In the sixties France and
    China jumped into the testing game along with the U.S. and USSR. I think
    in the late sixties they were supposed to go underground.

    Then came that Chernobyl disaster in 1986. These are the things we know about. Surely the disaster in Japan doesn’t come close to the collective/cumulative effects of all the aforementioned radioactive atmospheric
    dumping. I don’t think that disaster warrants the frantic worry it has caused.
    Having lived through all that seemingly unscathed leaves this writer worry free.

  2. Antoine on March 24, 2011 at 5:54 am

    My comments never get posted for some reason however I still entertain the idea that they are worthwhile.

    My wife is Chinese and lots of people in China apparently also share the idea that its too much in too short a time to be purely coincidence. Frankly she is scared a little when she thinks about it.

    I don’t really buy in conspiracies of grandeur ala Bush etc. I prefer the in between this and Tom Clancy view of government. Pretty sure haarp is researched as a weapon as well by governments around the world (you think the USA is the only one to play with this tech, eh?). I just hope they have proper oversight, meaning, someone will pull the plug if they want to do something a bit too crazy.

  3. sj smith on March 24, 2011 at 4:31 am

    I’ve been really concerned about the domino effect of all of this scalar weaponry.
    Just like Harry Truman purportedly said when given the decision as whether or not to drop the bombs on Japan;
    “Hell. we’ve got it, we might as well use it!”
    They are using this weaponry, simply because they can.
    I also have been trying to get a reading on how many individuals are commandeering this, and I feel is very few, maybe a dozen or so.
    How can a few people be allowed to destroy a planet?
    Is there no possibility of HAARP being taken out by strategic missile from within our own military?

    • Christine on March 24, 2011 at 11:56 am

      our own military runs the damn thing.

      • Christine on March 24, 2011 at 12:06 pm

        I would add, the possibility exists that some balanced operation
        world wide is needed for safety, since a HAARP device exists
        in Norway and maybe another place as well. If you are going to
        take down one, you’d probably better take down all at once.

        Hey Joseph, do you think this is a likely evaluation? you know
        math and stuff better than I do, I look at picture puzzle and
        so forth type thinking. I think they all went on line about the same
        time, I might be wrong, but I don’t think HAARP went on full
        power before the Norway thing was going.

        I really don’t recommend physical attacks on these things, aside
        from legal issues, a collapsing broadcasting antenna might
        do God knows what.

        Someone raised an interesting issue, though, just WHAT is
        the power source? A secret nuclear facility? or something like
        cold fusion or some tesla type free energy or over unity thing?

        If THAT could be proven as in operation to feed these things,
        that would blow the lid off scientific and government denial of
        the validity of such research.

        Might also be able to launch some lawsuits or something,
        if it can be shown that the operation of these things is harmful
        they could be shut down by a lawsuit, also target patent
        holders and companies running the power system for backing
        it, etc.

        Beyond a reasonable shadow of a doubt only holds in criminal
        proceeding, more likely true than not, or 51% of proof, is
        civil. I notice all the HAARP type stuff is in English legal system
        dominated places, except perhaps if Russia has one.

  4. Jon Norris on March 24, 2011 at 12:12 am

    Bingo. I had a feeling that the “new” space plane could be part of a weapon system.

    Scalar interferometry requires at least two sets of antennas. Why not put one in orbit? That way one could easily target any area on the planet.

    Notice also that they only mention conventional EM theory, not Tesla’s work nor that of Whittaker. Tesla predicted and described such weapons in the 1930s.

    These things are far more dangerous than they are saying.

    Were there also clues to such things hidden in movies like “Real Genius,” which featured a corrupt weapons research program carried on by a famous scientist, who also had a TV series, and used as a test of the weapon, attacking dummies riding in a suspiciously familiar black convertible Cadillac, ala Dallas in November 1963?

    Curiouser and curiouser.

  5. Christine on March 23, 2011 at 10:55 pm

    That cascade effect, which was described as being like some
    tornado sized standing lightning bolt chewing its way across
    miles and miles of ground, was speculated as possible way
    back in the early 1990s, maybe in Angels Don’t Play This HAARP
    and maybe another source I read.

  6. noodles form fussy on March 23, 2011 at 6:58 pm

    14 Oct 2009 … Russia is weighing changes to its military doctrine that would allow … allies (see the Wikipedia article on “no first use”) – in other words, against “ aggressors

  7. Kita on March 23, 2011 at 9:05 am

    I’ve watched earthquake patterns online for a long time, ten years or so. It’s been interesting, that’s for sure.

    Around the time that Greece was being hit in the ongoing economic warfare they had series of 4 to 5 magnitude quakes – usually right smack in the middle at 4.5. When things quieted down there on the news/economic front the earthquakes tapered off and stopped.

    I’ve also watched the same phenomenon in the middle east, with the quakes usually registering at, you guessed it, 4.5.

  8. Dashiell Cabasa on March 23, 2011 at 8:01 am

    Yes, its all happening to thick , fast and regular to be chance. Or rather, of a natural rather than human initiation…especially given what the kind of technology I’ve read of in your books being sought after as long ago as , at least, the second world war?.
    I have no qualification to assess the information stream except the one called common sense…and sometimes being utterly ignorant of certain technicalities, actually helps one to evade being sucked into being blinded by the scientific complexities and being able to see the proverbial wood for the forest. perhaps?
    Riveting site Joe!

  9. Fritz on March 23, 2011 at 7:46 am

    While reading the article about beaming energy to this place and that, I could not help but think of microwave ovens and our first one. We had a wicker basket with some bread rolls in it that we wanted to warm up. We popped in the microwave and in about 15 seconds it burst into flames. We didn’t realize the basket had wires in the handles.

    What that leaves me to wonder is if a much more powerful thing like HAARP might be able to…oh I don’t know….maybe heat up the steel support beams in a skyscraper or two to the melting point.

  10. MattB on March 23, 2011 at 6:17 am

    A super cyclone in Australia and the largest floods ever recorded (QLD) and a forced attempt by the Government to introduce an unspecified carbon tax, plus a flood tax……plus a help NZ levy…….anyone else want a disaster so Australia gets taxed…except for the big mining companies who fought off the government over that tax………

    and a Rockefella who wants to donate to the Greens to stop a pulp mill in Tasmania…..huh?

    A twisting spiral thing like the one over Norway

    A huge jump in UFO sightings

    And a Government that has been traditionally left as can be now giving the U.S power brockers a big hug and saying “we are your best friends…really your closest friends….America you can do anything….really you can and we want to support you in anything……………can webe your deputy? please? pretty please?

    hhhmmmmmmm………..It’s like the ‘all the way with LBJ all over again’ except from the opposite side of the house.

    Sorry for the rant. I just don’t like my country becoming the Anglo American elites bitch.

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