This is a very intriguing one brought to my attention by Ms. P.H., and I have to comment about it.

A couple of days ago, I blogged about the capabilities of ionopheric heaters such as HAARP and EISCAT being used to map gravity waves and to modify terrestrial and space weather conditions. HAARP and EISCAT are both phased antennae arrays, and HAARP, as most people are aware, is a field of such antennae near Gakona, Alaska. Phased antennae arrays are basically antennae that broadcast their signals slightly out of phase with each other, so that the signals themselves, when "added up," can be shaped or bent to a particular pattern, or targeted to a specific region.

Now, with that in mind, our good friends at DARPA are now talking about this:


Pay attention to these parts:

"Phased radio frequency (RF) arrays use numerous small antennas to steer RF beams without mechanical movement (think radar without a spinning dish).  These electronics are invaluable for critical DoD applications such as radar, communications and electronic warfare. Their lack of moving parts reduces maintenance requirements and their advanced electromagnetic capabilities, such as the ability to look in multiple directions at once, are extremely useful in the field.  These benefits, though, come with a high price tag. Current phased arrays are extremely expensive and can take many years to engineer and build."


"DARPA created the Arrays at Commercial Timescales (ACT) program to seek new technologies to form a shared hardware basis for many future DoD phased array development programs. If ACT is successful, the resulting technologies may save DoDbillions of dollars and require years less research and development time for new systems. ACT will oversee technology research into three technical areas: 1) a common building block for RF arrays, 2) a reconfigurable electromagnetic interface (the antenna interface from the electronics to the waves in the air) and 3) over-the-air coherent array aggregation."(Emphasis added)

Extrapolating from these two paragraphs we get the following argument and implications:

  1. Phased arrays are difficult and expensive to build, and in the state of current technology, are permanent fixed installations such as HAARP;
  2. The military currently has a variety of ships, aircraft, and permanent fixed ground installations (in addition to civilian antennae for radio and television broadcasting), that could, with the right technology, be networked together to form phased arrays;
  3. These facilities could be networked together as the situational requirements demand, and then dissolved as those requirements evaporate, leading to new networked arrays to meet new situations, and so on.

The key here is, in part, that "reconfigurable electromagnetic interface," which, in my opinion, is a euphemism for the needed computer processing to design such arrays. Such software would have to account for the broadcast power of various individual antennae in any putative network, its phase, and also have the architectural and processing sophistication to design, from these disparate components, the phased network.

This is, as you might have guessed, pretty sophisticated and heady stuff (but we would expect nothing less from DARPA, would we?). Now let's extrapolate this even more: imagine that such a design capability was achieved. Now apply it to ionospheric heaters: one would be able to "design" an ionopheric heating phased array from existing broadcast facilities, no matter where they were located.

...remember, this is what they're admitting publicly...

See you on the flip side...

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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. Jon on March 11, 2013 at 10:42 pm

    I’m thinking cell towers……regulated and standardized power and coverage specs, semi-regular spacing, lots and lots of them available, already networked.

    Large numbers could make up for the smaller power output of each.

    A nice little supercomputer to do the calculations, and one could turn whole sections of the cell infrastructure into a phased array. They already have some work done on large telescope arrays, as far as software control elements go.

    One could even use people’s cellphones as sensors, incorporating GPS positioning and cellphone transmission capabilities to fine tune the process through feedback. One might even add in the transmission capabilities of the cell phones themselves.

    They are already designed to carry large amounts of information, and could probably be used for interferometry in a scalable manner, easily incorporating Whittaker wave programming.

    In conjunction with larger, even mobile arrays like on certain ships (or in rail cars or space planes or satellites?), the cell tower system could act as a resonant control element for larger fields of dense plasma-based emitters/nodes created high up in the atmosphere by sites like HAARP.

    If one used it to “gate” energy from higher dimensions, one would not need much initial power, but could build, like with Tesla’s earthquake machine.

    One could create a huge, worldwide electromagnetic machine whose function could be programmed by the Whittaker embedded content – a gigantic symbolic machine with an unlimited power supply.

    Way cool. Way dangerous. Good thing I’m only visiting this planet……

    I’m also thinking this is a lot further along than the article admits.

    • bdw000 on March 12, 2013 at 2:59 pm

      This is purely opiinion . . .

      But I’ve always wondered about the cell phone technology.

      If I had to guess, I’d say that the are being used to do something else besides making phone calls.

      I would also guess that there are biological effects, whether intentional or not, from being bombarded by the new frequencies. Most people are fairly close to a cell tower these days . . .

  2. incognito on March 11, 2013 at 7:45 pm

    Most people say haarp is for weather modification, earthquake creation purposes but, curiously, Eric Dollard says it’s about capturing energy. Haarp’s design looks like a phased antenna array but it also looks like a picture I saw on Stan Deyo’s YouTube vids in conjnction with a description of an “antenna” used to capture cosmic energy.

    Might their dumbest DUMB of them all be in Alaska? It would explain why they’re willing to poison the water rservoirs of the north American continent with fracking.

    This DARPA stuff might be disinfo. I understand DARPA was involved with 911. F them.

  3. marcos toledo on March 11, 2013 at 9:16 am

    What else can this technology do that DARPA is not telling us and what is it real purpose.

  4. Yaj on March 11, 2013 at 5:21 am

    Probably already within the capacity of modern naval radar systems.

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