Mention the subject of "weather manipulation" to most people, and they will think you're nuts, or, at best, a "conspiracy theorist." It's not a topic that most people want to consider, for it implies the potential to create and steer destructive storms such as tornadoes and hurricanes. Indeed, I'm one of those who view some recent hurricanes with, to say the least, the "eye of suspicion", not to coin a pun. There was the hurricane heading to New York City before 911, which then niftily and, just in the nick of time too, steered away from New York. Given that I view such storms as electromagnetic phenomena in addition to the usual thermal explanations, and given that I think a variety of mechanisms were in play in the destruction of the Twin Towers on that day, including the possibility of some exotic energy weaponry, that particular storm's behavior was not surprising. But then again, what do I know? I'm just a hack from South Dakota.

But then there was Katrina, and like most people, I watched as the storm tracked westward through the Gulf of Mexico, and then, as it came to the same longitude as New Orleans, make a very un-hurricane-like 90 degree turn north, and the rest was sad and destructive history. What really grabbed my attention, however, was not that sharp turn, but rather, the various videos that storm watchers posted on YouTube, showing a sudden drop of the jet stream southward toward New Orleans as Katrina made her sharp turn. It was as if some one was not only steering the storm, but also that someone else was trying to steer it away from the city and its environs. A moment's research into the HAARP patents, for example, will show that among the proposed "uses" for the technology was a weather manipulation component, for by raising (heating) the atmosphere, one could create areas of low pressure and, by "targeting and steering them", manipulate the course of weather systems and by implication, since low pressure systems are associated with storms, perhaps manipulate both their intensity and course as well.

Then we've recently seen Harvey and Irma. Again, while hurricanes have been known to "linger" over an area, or even to move away and "come back" for a second go all by themselves, when one considers the existence of such technologies, one at least has to maintain the possibility that these storms might be steered. After all, as I've pointed out before, ever since Mr. Globaloney came up with the idea of weather derivatives, one has to wonder why they did it. Answer: weather derivatives are a nice thing to have around particularly when one can control, or at least steer, the weather to a certain extent. It's the ultimate insiders' trading mechanism, especially since most people don't think in terms of weather control.

Well, it's one thing when I or anyone else talks about weather manipulation, but quite a different matter when someone like Dr. Michio Kaku, one of the brains in the brain trust that created string theory and M-theory or "brane" theory (short for membrane theory) in quantum physics, gets on television and talks about weather modification using lasers to ionize the atmosphere and create the seeds for rain, since water vapor will attract to these ions. Here's a short clip from CBS news shared by Mr. N.: (copy and paste into your browser): http://thefreethoughtproject.com/cbs-weather-modification-scientist/

One has to give Dr. Kaku kuddos for having the guts to appear on a major television network and calmly talk about one such technique for weather manipulation. It's not something one can imagine most scientists - particularly of his stature - would be willing to do. It sounds "crazy" and indeed, from the reaction of the interviewers, one can see that they're simply a bit incredulous over the idea; over and over again they say these technologies "allegedly" exist, and Dr. Kaku, courteous as ever, is willing to play their game, but he knows better.

It's a reality.

What caught my ears was his reference to using lasers to create channels for electricity in the atmosphere - that's lightning, folks - and indeed, I've heard of these types of experiments before from Dr. John Brandenburg, with whom I had the pleasure of speaking at the 2015 Secret Space Program conference. We're all accustomed to thinking of lightning as this fantastic - and at times - scary random phenomenon that creates beautiful lacy patterns during a storm, or that splits the big tree in our back yard. What Dr. Kaku just implied in this interview was that one might be able to steer lightning itself through those ionized channels created by very powerful lasers.

Gee... I wonder why they're interested in that?

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. RBG Santa Monica on September 21, 2017 at 11:36 pm

    The Thunderbolts Project and their director Wallace Thornhill has made claims that Valles Marineris on Mars was created by, essentially, mammoth lightening arcs going to ground from space and carving out the crust of Mars. Using lasers to guide electrical currents (and presumably their discharge) through the atmosphere has Cosmic War written all over it. I wonder if giant stone pyramids can act as lightening rods, directing focused electrical attacks away from population centers and sending the charge deep into the ground.

    • Kahlypso on September 22, 2017 at 6:26 am

      Nice thoughts RBG.. There used to be Obelisks all over the place, before they got smashed up, looted and carried back to major population centres.. (Washington had one made for them I think..) Vatican has one.. Rome had one commissioned by Hadrian for his dead boy lover.. but that probably doesnt work as n antenna with all the cladding and Eye on the pyramidion..London has one.. Paris has one.. Big granite antenna…
      The Kingdom of Axum had some of the largest Obelisks yet found.. and I’m sure I have only to mention Makeda to see that that Kingdom used to be pretty important.. they even had their own language..
      Anyhoo.. I think that the Pyramids were more of a transmitter than a receiver, it depends on the base / height ratio, some guy in Russia did some research on Pyramids

  2. TRM on September 21, 2017 at 10:12 pm

    “We will own the weather by 2025”

  3. Phil on September 21, 2017 at 7:43 am

    I think it is amazing that hurricanes Harvey and Irma hit states with zero income taxes. This could be a small step to slow the exodus from high tax areas. Money always seems to be in the background of everything.

  4. zendogbreath on September 20, 2017 at 11:45 pm

    btw. couple hours into hess’ penguins today. nice joseph. thank you. keep it up. get healthier so you can write more and more often. for what it’s worth, i’m all about more hours of productivity with ketogenic diet. well that’s my ad for the day. please do keep on. zdb

  5. Robert Barricklow on September 20, 2017 at 7:21 pm

    Usually when the mainstream press dips it toes into truths its to test the waters. Do this story catch on? The story, to begin with, will be framed in a way to steer the hoi polloi in the desired direction. The waters are only tested with a certain number of the unwashed actually get too wet from truths that have been raining down upon them from interne sites like goeengineerinwatch.org/
    Over 70 yrs cover climate intervention, weather warfare and the immense scale of climate forcing has wrecked havoc on the biosphere and has done unimaginable damage to the planet’s life support systems.

    • Robert Barricklow on September 20, 2017 at 7:40 pm

      Does instead of do
      covert instead of cover
      internet instead of iterne

      Someday soon I’m getting a new system.
      Won’t change the problem set;
      it will just be a new problem set.

    • zendogbreath on September 20, 2017 at 11:43 pm

      does anyone remember the weather those 3 or 4 days after 9/11/2001? man that was beautiful.

      and progressively dryer. then hotter. made me think of arrakis.

      • Robert Barricklow on September 22, 2017 at 6:03 pm

        My brother dug the hell out of that book.
        While I just couldn’t get into it.
        Shogun was more to my liking.

  6. Yiannis Katospiti on September 20, 2017 at 4:54 pm

    ‘Like’ !!!

  7. Camille on September 20, 2017 at 3:23 pm

    This is the only website I have been able to find where manipulation is pointed out on the various NOAA weather maps. If anyone knows of other sites where manipulation is shown please share 🙂
    I chose a link that was done on 9-8-17 as he identifies several occurrences of super heating/microwave blast. In the update he did on 9-6-17 ( part 2) he points out photoshopping that is occurring on the map (around 9 min. —for those with low patience). His comments below the videos are helpful.
    I have been intrigued with his observations but it does require patience. He is definitely aware of various weather manipulation techniques. He does not do a daily update but does have an update on Jose and Maria that was done yesterday 9-19-17.
    Now I need to catch up with all the posts as I had family from Florida for a week that were escaping Irma.
    My prayers are with those who have been/are in the path of all this devastating weather and earthquakes.

    • zendogbreath on September 20, 2017 at 11:40 pm

      nice one. weathwar101 does quite a bit. he can go a bit long sometimes though. nice to skip 5 second beats on his vids sometimes.

      • Camille on September 21, 2017 at 1:58 pm

        Excellent! Thank you. I watched a few and the videos are impressive. Looking forward to watching more of them.
        Unbelievable what is happening above our heads and under our feet! I wonder if there is a connection between the two?!

  8. WalkingDead on September 20, 2017 at 2:20 pm

    As long as we are discussing weather modification. What’s up with Hurricane Maria. I was looking at the World Wind Map (https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/orthographic=-72.29,20.41,1821/loc=-59.490,13.795) and noticed a square wind pattern around the eye. Highly unusual, never seen that before. Why do they keep calling it a Cat 5 hurricane when the winds are only around 75 miles an hour at the eye wall? Can’t these people tell the truth about anything?
    Is there some particular reason why they want some of these islands depopulated and are steering these storms over them to insure that happens?

    • basta on September 20, 2017 at 3:30 pm

      It’s fake weather meets fake news. “News” companies have no legal obligation to report facts or tell the truth — and so they don’t.

      • Don B on September 20, 2017 at 6:57 pm

        I’m not sure they are capable of discerning facts, hence truth is moot. For comic relief sometime just listen to one of Sara Sanders press briefings, and its all Sara can do to keep a straight face. db

    • zendogbreath on September 20, 2017 at 11:37 pm

      perhaps jeffrey eppstein and friends want a new lolita island. come on wd, are you trying to tell me nature doesn’t use square hurricane eyes?

      • Pierre on September 21, 2017 at 9:24 pm

        yeh, and next it will be that Saturn’s north pole is a pentagon, not exactly squaring the circles though and not exactly a hexagon either.

  9. RAJM on September 20, 2017 at 1:20 pm

    The much discussed Schumann resonance is created by lightening hitting the earth, critical it seems to health and Mind. The HOSpec roles on…

    • zendogbreath on September 20, 2017 at 11:35 pm

      yeh it seems that resonant frequency is changing? heard it was rising. been thinking cern and all the blackblox cerns (waxahatchie much anyone) might have some play in this game too.

  10. WalkingDead on September 20, 2017 at 9:38 am

    From J. Stones site:
    Lasers – arround the beam forms ionized air, which can channel electricity as a wire. They say they can bring the sky energy down this ionized corridor. And someone else says, that it can be used to channel ionosphere energy down, as it will work like a transistor…

    There is almost unlimited power at the ionosphere available.

    So the laser is not a source of energy to transport it elsewhere, but just to create a ionised channel, by which other source of energy can flow.

    Final energy transfer is not related to the actual energy of the laser…

    His response: That is absolutely correct, but there is a problem that proves a laser did not do this, and it is called an uncontrolled cascade that would take the form of a lightning bolt from hell.

    The laser would take a perceptively infinite amount of energy from the ionosphere and channel it down a path with a cross section no bigger than a laser. If they did that, there should be a stadium sized crater somewhere, and it would produce a light show that was absolutely epic, as the ionosphere simply discharged itself like a flash cube because a laser path is all or nothing. That did not happen. So for another reason (that is not nearly as stupid as I initially thought) there is no way lasers were used to steer Irma because there would be no way to control how much energy you actually channeled, and even if it did dissipate in the clouds there would be such a light show from the electricity flowing where a laser fired from space was still concentrated in 40 miles of thin atmosphere above a hurricane that it would turn night into day over an enormous area. Shooting a laser upward would not work at all, because the heavy atmosphere near the ground would dissipate it too much before it got anywhere.

    The phase cancellation of radio waves through a suspended doping agent (chem trails) is how it is done, because it can be controlled like a class A amplifier. If you are getting too much, you can simply turn the volume down before there is an enormous armageddon style lightning bolt. Using phase canceling radio waves to drop electricity into the atmosphere to create a bias field would trigger the same type of lightning bolt a laser would if you pushed it too hard.

    I tend to agree with Mr. Stone, myself. I don’t think Lasers would be a practical method of weather manipulation and why tip off others that you have them in space when other methods work far better. Now if you wanted to target an individual or building with say a massive lightning bolt for that “plausible deniability” assassination or targeted destruction, a laser would fit the bill nicely.

    • goshawks on September 20, 2017 at 3:26 pm

      WD: Dang, you beat me to it again! I am literally at the JS site at 9/14/2017, about to copy-and-paste that exact segment. I thought I should check comments first. Good for you; I am glad someone is getting it out…

      • zendogbreath on September 20, 2017 at 11:33 pm

        wd and g, dang bodovyas. heterodyning is the word that came to mind.

        weatherwar101 has hours of radar video’s clearly showing this for years. dutchsinse has also gotten into it. hilarious (or not), for a few months if not years dutch had lightning strikes in his neighborhood on a weekly basis. could not have been more obvious he, as a target, was being zeroed in.

  11. Barry Edmiston on September 20, 2017 at 7:53 am

    Kuddos? You mean kudos? Agree it’s misplaced on this joker. James McCanney came up with the idea decades ago, and tried to sell it as a way to defuse hurricanes — but where’s the money in that?

  12. DanaThomas on September 20, 2017 at 7:06 am

    Well, better late than never in mentioning weaponised weather.
    Just as an aside, the ancient Etruscans knew the art of summoning lightning bolts.

  13. basta on September 20, 2017 at 6:18 am

    Ah, Michio Kaku, the Bill Maher of pop sci. Illuminati gatekeeper and NWO “science” shill par excellence.

    Claim to fame? String theory, a totally implausible and migraine-inducing physics mishmash. Always preternaturally perky and enthusiastic, even when recounting and revealing crimes against humanity on teevee.

    I don’t think he deserves kudos; I’d rather he was hustled off to obscurity and all his ill-gotten gains confiscated and given to the joystick-controlled hurricane victims.

    He’s not there to reveal weather manipulation, he’s there to sell it. He’s cheer-leading for it and only left out the pom-poms from the last shred of scruples.

    • Cate on September 20, 2017 at 6:57 am

      I hate string theory.
      I like your comment. Can we get a ‘Like’ button yet?

      • Yiannis Katospiti on September 20, 2017 at 4:56 pm

        Ahhgr hit wrong ‘Like’ button Cate didn’t mean to hit “report comment” mi dispiache molto

    • zendogbreath on September 20, 2017 at 11:25 pm

      word basta. i remember this when he did it in 2013. what a knucklehead. particle accelerator in his garage as a teen. yada yada.

    • Hawkeye Lockhart on September 20, 2017 at 11:53 pm

      Agree MK is a slick-willy ‘public relations’ type. This ‘interview’ (read: infomercial) reeks of limited-hangout. One only need observe the ‘insider smirks’ to ascertain a subtext to the conversation, for those ‘in the know’. It’s the slow trickle of ‘alleged’ disclosure to inculcate the masses into accepting another component of the global management madness. If this wasn’t so clearly scripted and managed, MK could have easily referenced various known patents (US Patent 4,686,605 being one of them) or the infamous DOD document “Weather As A Force Multiplier: Owning The Weather In 2025” to ‘set the record straight’. He didn’t.

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