CHINA NOW ENTERING ASTEROID PHASE…
This important story was shared by many of you, including our friend and colleague Catherine Fitts. And you'll want to pay attention to this one, because as I have previously noted in a few blogs, we appear to be entering the "asteroid phase" of Dr. Carol Rosin's Affidavit.
For those of you new to such matters as alternative research, Dr. Carol Rosin was a joint speaker with Catherine, I, and others at the 2014 San Mateo secret space program conference in California. More importantly, she was also one of Wernher von Braun's last professional colleagues, working with him after he had been forced to resign from NASA, and starting working directly for Fairchild industries. Contacted by Steven Grier in the 1990s for his Disclosure project, Dr. Rosin went on record that shortly before his death, Dr. von Braun had confided in her what the plan was to weaponize space: first Communists, then terrorists would become the "threat de jour". Then it would be "nations of concern", presumably nations about to develop nuclear weapons. After nations of concern, the reason that we should deploy weapons in space was to protect the planet from "asteroids". And finally after all this, the ultimate reason was to be to protect the planet from "extra-terrestrials". According to Dr. Rosin, at this point, Dr. von Braun supposedly laughed.
If you've been paying attention to the global news lately, it would definitely seem that the USA and Russia at least are in the "asteroid phase" of Dr. Rosin's affidavit. Ever since the Chelyabinsk meteor incident (which I also blogged about on this site), Russia strongly signaled its willingness to participate in an international asteroid defense system. You might recall, however, that there was considerable strangeness at that time surrounding the incident. Then Russian premier Dmitri Medvedev went on Russian TV before the incident, warning about wayward asteroids and raising the alarm that we needed to protect ourselves from them. This, he went on to say, Russia would be willing to do, but if no one else wanted to join her, Russia would just have to build out such a system on its own. When asked how Russia could possibly destroy asteroids, Mr. Medvedev casually explained that Russia could use its missiles to do so, and that it had "other means" of doing so, which at the time he refused to clarify. Mere months later, the meteor streaked over Chelyabinsk and exploded, seen by literally hundreds of Russian videos. Some went on to claim that the meteor had "assistance" in exploding.
Now you can place China on the "asteroid phase" list:
Note the following:
China has started construction on a new high-definition deep-space active observation facility to bolster planetary defense, according to a report from China's Global Times.
The country's officials and scientists say it will help it to safeguard humanity against space rocks, alongside other similar programs like NASA's DART mission.
The facility, designed to detect near-Earth asteroids that may be a threat to humanity, will be built in the country's Southwest Chongqing municipality. It is codenamed China Fuyan.
The observation facility will reportedly feature more than 20 antennas, each of which will have a diameter of between 25 and 30 meters. These will work simultaneously to carry out high-definition observations of asteroids within 150 million kilometers of Earth. According to the Global Times, this will make it the world's most far-reaching radar system.
This all seems fairly straightforward, and indeed, it is. China is building a high definition space radar to detect and track near earth asteroids.
But I cannot help but wonder if this is the facility's only purpose. Here I'm speculating wildly, because there's (notably) precious little real data about this radar facility nor its antennae. But I note two things: firstly, the facility is in "southwest Chongqing". Secondly, the "radar" has "several" antennae, each fairly sizeable. Why are these two things significant?
Because some years ago, China also announced its intention to build huge weather manipulation facilities (though Tibet, not Chongqing was mentioned as the location for the facilities). Several antennae suggest the possibility that one might be looking at a phased array, rather like ionospheric heaters like EISCAT and HAARP, which can certainly manipulate and steer weather systems. Indeed, Dr. Bernard Eastland, who took out the patents on HAARP, admitted that weather manipulation was one possibility for his system. Others included deep Earth tomography, communications enhancement and/or interference, and of course, missile defense. One wonders what the broadcast power of China's antennae is intended to be.
In any case, at this stage, I strongly suspect that China is "stacking functions" for this facility, and yes, that asteroid detection and defense may be one of those functions...
... among several others.
If so, then the timing of the announcement is itself suggestive, as Mr. Globaloney pushes the world toward the great reset, and Russia and China respond with a definitive and firm "no thank you" and continue to build out their own systems.
Would an asteroid threat force everyone to work together? Certainly it would, but it's very difficult to recruit space rocks for false flags...
In that respect, "ET" might prove more "sustainable"...
See you on the flip side...
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