With the recent storms in the southern midwest and south, we're confronted once again by the terrible specter of "weather warfare," and I thought it would be prudent to review some of the pertinent evidence, and I am planning a members' white paper which I'm currently researching as well.

Let's begin with an observation of my friend, the late Jerry Smith, from his excellent book Weather Warfare: The Military's Plan to Draft Mother Nature (Adventures Unlimited Press 2006).  "Mother nature," he observed, "gives great plausible deniability."(p. vi) It is indeed a perfect method by which to wage war and not appear - at least for the populations of the combatants involved - to do so. But this implies that those possessing such technologies would also most likely possess technologies that would let them know if someone else was doing so.

While few have noticed it, it is this technological implication that, to a certain extent, is implied in the oft-cited words of President Bill Clinton's Secretary of Defense, William S. Cohen, who warned in 1997: "There are some reports, for example, that some countries have been trying to construct something like an Ebola virus.... Alvin Toffler has written about this in terms of some scientists in their laboratories trying to devise new pathogens that would be ethnic specific to that they could just eliminate certain ethnic groups and races....Others are engaging in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanos remotely through the use of electromagnatic waves." (Cited in Smith, p. i). Note something very significant here: Cohen does not say that "others might engage in an eco-terrorism" but rather that "others are engaging" in it, and this was in 1997!

But how would Cohen have known this? Certainly one means is via human intelligence (humint as the professional jargon of the intelligence "community" has it), and the other would be via technologies created to detect other technologies producing these effects, the implication being that to have technologies of detection, one first has to have developed the technologies of doing it and what to look for. The total implication of Cohen's statement, when one really pauses to ponder all of its implications, is therefore quite staggering.

If altering the climate sounds like engineering on a planetary-wide scale, that's because it is. Smith cites the article "Controlling Hurricanes - Can Hurricanes and Other Severe Tropical Storms be Moderated or Deflected?" (Scientific American Oct. 2004), Smith notes that the article's author, Dr. Ross N. Hoffman, was a principal scientist of the Research and Development at Atmospheric and Environmental Research. Hoffmann was also a member of the National Committee on the Status and Future Directions of U.S. Weather Modification Research and Operations. (Smith, op. cit. p. 40).

In that 2004 article Hoffmann wrote: "What is more, it turns out the very thing that makes forecasting any weather difficult - the atmosphere's extreme sensitivity to small stimuli - may well be the key to achieving the control we seek. Our first attempt at influencing the course of a simulated hurricane by making minor changes to the storm's initial state, for example, proved remarkably successful, and the subsequent results have continued to look favorable too."

Japan weighed in with an unusual article in 1975-1976 entitled "Recent abnormal Phenomena on Earth and Atomic Power Tests," in which the authors - Shigeyoshi Matsumae, of Tokai University and Yoshio Kato, head of that university's Department of Aerospace science - determined that nuclear bomb testing had actually slightly altered the earth's rotation, a shade short of the more sweeping conclusions I and co-author Scott de Hart reached in our forthcoming book, The Grid of the Gods. Similar studies of nuclear testing and earthquakes were offered in a paper by Gary Whiteford of the University of New Brunswick. (Smith op. cit., pp[. 74-75). All that was required was for a technology to replace the effect of nuclear testing.

One thing  seems clearly implied by all these comments, and that is, with the advent of nuclear testing, computer modeling and forecasting, and a host of other technologies, that scientists clearly sat up and took notice that they had within their grasp the basic experimental observations and technologies for wholesale, planetary -wide engineering, and weather was a part of it. The question now becomes, is that engineering based solely upon thermodynamic models, or electromagnetic ones, or some combination of both. Those are questions for another day....

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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. SJ Smith on May 28, 2011 at 5:21 am

    This subject demands close scrutiny. The evidence abounds. Why no strategic strikes to take out the ground installations producing the voltage for it all?Who is in charge here?

  2. HAL838 on May 27, 2011 at 7:51 pm

    Hold on a minute.
    If the Russian Duma leader came out with the statement he was purported to have said, it sounds to me like a clear threat that if we used it on them (instead of on our own—implied) they would retaliate, which seems ‘natural’ (at least in an insane world such as we seem to have) so I infer that we are NOT using it on them, but on our own with other reasons for holding that opinion.
    And other means are being used to destroy the USA from within such as the PLANNED collapse (by the so-called bogus Federal Reserve) and the wars WE are starting all over the world OVER MONEY, NOT OIL; deposing dictators WE put there in the first place years ago…………etc………etc…….etc.,
    so long as THEY did our bidding and we followed orders from the World ($$$$$$) Controlling Elite.
    Due to inflation, that’s my buck and 1/2.

    • HAL838 on May 27, 2011 at 7:59 pm

      I love your books, JPF.
      I have every one of them
      and I think you are an excellent researcher with lots of truth to your conjectures. I’m sure you’re a bit off, but not by much!

  3. Dave Walton on May 27, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    These mad fools will kill us all with their tinkering around!

  4. marcos anthony toledo on May 27, 2011 at 10:23 am

    How about AIDS there have rumors for decades that it wasn’t natural I have heard Garry Null say it was really syphilis under a new name and by the way syphilis was found in Pompeii among two of the victims the 79 ACE eruption. that was mention in a program on the Discovery channel on that event as for ethnic directed diseases Anglia Davis talked about that decades ago and there have been rumors for years about weather warfare. And to show how sick these people are there was a article in the magazine Omni how to go one better than Star Wars Death Star by blowing up a entire galaxy using hydrogen gas as the weapon. Do you know if Jerry Smith book is still in print by the way.

    • mj muser on May 27, 2011 at 2:15 pm

      Aids was created by Litton labs and Dr. Gallo read Dr.Leonard Horowitz’s carefully researched book on it.

  5. Steve on May 27, 2011 at 10:19 am

    There is no doubt in my mind anymore they are screwing with nature. Dutchsinse on youtube has recently brought these scalar rings to light. In the past, Doug Pooley, R.I.P., with his Flash Radar site. I have wondered where these weapons came from and if it was Nazi, or Annunaki, or someone else. Oh, and this is my first post. Hello all and Hello Dr. Farrell.

  6. Steve Campbell on May 27, 2011 at 8:31 am

    Then there is this information to consider:

    • Mike Infinity on May 27, 2011 at 2:23 pm

      So: NASA has finally fessed up that there is plenty of water on the moon based on materials collected on the Apollo 17 mission. Seems like recent findings of the Indians and Chinese have forced them to disclosure this little tidbit. Hogland discussed this on C2C a few nights ago. Also in the NYT today (

      So how does this impact the probability of a break-off civilization based on the moon? Pretty significant in my mind. Water makes a whole lot of things possible! I wonder what other things may spill out soon.

      Would love to hear your thoughts on this Joseph!

    • Jon on May 27, 2011 at 3:53 pm

      Peter Moon and “kundali spirit fire”? Give me a break. There is a great deal of disinformation at this site, and the html is pretty bad, too.

      Treat the information at that site with great caution.

      • Franklin on May 27, 2011 at 11:23 pm

        Yeah, scalar resonators handed down by a Obviously Very High Civilization down through the centuries to modern day Jews is totally believable, but “kundalni spirit fire”, now that’s where any reasonable person would draw the line!

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