This story, while somewhat dated now, appeared during my holiday vacation, and was spotted by G.B. and F.L.M.  And it's one of those stories that I have to blog about because it begs for some high octane speculation.  You may or may not be aware that during the rash of nasty weather during the holidays, that Alaska's HAARP installation was being fired up by NASA - yes, that's right, by NASA - ostensibly to do radar tomography of the asteroid Apophis. Here's the two versions of the story, the official one, and another "medium octane" version:

HAARP To Bounce Signal Off Asteroid In NASA Experiment

According to the first article, the purpose of the experiment is to use longwave radar to probe the interior of the asteroid. Antennae such as the very large array will receive the signal, all of this being necessary for learning how to defend against asteroids:

An experiment to bounce a radio signal off an asteroid on Dec. 27 will serve as a test for probing a larger asteroid that in 2029 will pass closer to Earth than the many geostationary satellites that orbit our planet.

The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program research site in Gakona will transmit radio signals to asteroid 2010 XC15, which could be about 500 feet across. The University of New Mexico Long Wavelength Array near Socorro, New Mexico, and the Owens Valley Radio Observatory Long Wavelength Array near Bishop, California, will receive the signal.

This will be the first use of HAARP to probe an asteroid.

“What’s new and what we are trying to do is probe asteroid interiors with long wavelength radars and radio telescopes from the ground,” said Mark Haynes, lead investigator on the project and a radar systems engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California. “Longer wavelengths can penetrate the interior of an object much better than the radio wavelengths used for communication.”

Knowing more about an asteroid’s interior, especially of an asteroid large enough to cause major damage on Earth, is important for determining how to defend against it.

“If you know the distribution of mass, you can make an impactor more effective, because you’ll know where to hit the asteroid a little better,” Haynes said.

The second article is much less sanguine about the experiment, beginning with the declaration that firing up HAARP might be the cause of the nasty holiday weather:

Here’s the reason why the U.S. weather is very nasty right now… They are heating up the HAARP machines for a space experiment! The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program technology is about to be used (on Dec. 27) by NASA to decipher the interior of an asteroid…

The assertion that the HAARP antenna array could affect the weather is, of course, not new. HAARP watchers have been making that claim ever since Alaska's Dr. Nick Begich and his co-author Jean Manning first published their book Angels Don't Play This HAARP in the 1990s. Begich appeared on many talk shows including Art Bell's overnight Coast to Coast AM, sounding the alarm, and subsequently went on to testify before the European parliament about the dangers of ionospheric heaters. HAARP was the first of these (that we know about), and certainly one of the most powerful antennae arrays, with an effective radiated power in the gigawatt range.  Unfortunately for Begich's detractors, he and Manning were careful to document their HAARP weather manipulation claims by citing the actual patents of Dr. Bernard Eastland, the physicist whose ARCO patents form the basis of the HAARP ionospheric heater project. In the original patents, weather modification is mentioned as a probable use of the technology, along with communications, communications disruption, strategic missile defense, and - yes - radar tomography.  Of course, the position of the US Air Force at the time was that HAARP could do no such things, and this remains more or less the official position.

And Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone and there was no conspiracy behind the murder of President Kennedy and even if there was, the government was in no way involved.

But now we have two articles saying and acknowledging more or less the same thing, and doing so publicly: HAARP was fired up to do radar tomography of a distant celestial body.

Now that's interesting, and as one might imagine, it's an admission that carries with it all sorts of high octane speculative implications.  For many years, on this site and in interviews, I've speculated that these ionospheric heaters, and especially HAARP with its large effective radiated power, were possibly capable of affecting interplanetary objects via resonance. I've even stated that I've suspected that by manipulating the Earth's ionosphere that the magnetosphere could also be manipulated, and through these means, effects might be produced in the Sun itself via resonance. In short, I have long believed that HAARP's potential uses included interplanetary ones, uses carefully left out of the original Eastland patents, but surely apparent to him.

While Apophis is, of course, a much smaller and closer object than the Sun, and an object of a very different type than the Sun, the article at least admits one basic point of my high octane speculation: HAARP has interplanetary uses (and by extension, so does every other ionospheric heater on the globe).

But now let's look a little closer at the radar tomography aspect of this admission, and speculate even more wildly (and I do mean, wildly). Most of us were taught to think of radar as a "bounce": radio waves are beamed out, hit a target, and "bounce" back to the receiver light like bounces off a mirrior, and since one knows that radio waves travel at the velocity of light, doing some simple math regarding the time difference between transmission of the signal and reception of the "bounce", one knows how far away the "bouncing" object is to a great deal of accuracy. Hence the acronym RADAR itself: RAdio Detection And Ranging. The trouble is, this model cannot explain why radar can be used to probe beneath a surface. And the answer is simple: the model, while useful of American junior high physics books, is not what is actually happening. RADAR is not a "bounce"; it is a secondary transmitter effect. The radio current used to "paint" a target stimulates an electrical current in the target object itself. That current in turn creates its own radio signals (resonant to the incoming signal), which are what are picked up on the RADAR receiver. Hence, with the right wavelength (resonance!) one can stimulate a current in almost any object, even highly non-linear material like rocks, i.e., in material one normal does not associated with electrical conductivity. But highly non-linear material can do so, as flashes of lightning in the atmosphere remind us in every rain storm.

Now we come to the high octane speculation of the day, because I strongly suspect that this means that there is more - much more - than simple radar tomography going on with this experiment, because with the very large radiated power of the HAARP array, it is just possibly conceivable that the ballistics or trajectory of the asteroid might be affected to some small but measurable extent, i.e., that the target object's trajectory might be modified by the incoming signal. And the end of that process or chain of reasoning is that is deflection is possible to some small degree, then ultimately, with enough radiated power (far beyond HAARP's), so is its destruction...  no missiles necessary.

Whether any of my high octane speculation is true or not, I suspect we will not be told (at least, not immediately). But at least it's nice to know now, after all these years, that there is an interplanetary use for the technology.

And that, I strongly suspect, was the point all along.

See you on the flip side...

Posted in

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".

No Comments

  1. FiatLux on January 18, 2023 at 12:07 am

    Contemplating the notion of affecting the Sun with this technology, I can’t help but think of the correlation between sunspots and economic cycles down here on Earth. O, HAARP, how can I use thee? Let me count the ways…

  2. Randy on January 12, 2023 at 3:05 pm

    Just ‘nother look-C 🤔 for the ‘other/others ‘ out there ? …what the 🙈 🙉🙊 minkeys down here can -do 🫣 ya know on an planetary scale 🤫 minkeys +matches = 🧨🧨🧨 allll thum ops within ops within ops? Da ya think ‘they’ would let me borrow that thingy for a few & help me find my car 🔑 ‘s umm an tax payer 🤥🤭

  3. pmchenry on January 12, 2023 at 5:54 am

    Reference for the radar as a ‘secondary transmitter effect,” please?

    I’ve worked in radar systems design and development, off and on, since 1986, in one of the ‘centers of excellence’ for radar systems engineering in the U.S., with tribal engineering DNA going back to the 1930s and 40s, and I can tell you that not one systems or RF engineer I’ve worked with or spoken to in all that time is aware that ‘RADAR is not a bounce.’

    No doubt things like ground penetration and resonance are real, but I suspect very marginal, secondary effects in an object illuminated by a radar. Granted, these would be much greater effects given a very high-power radar, but still not, primarily, what happens to the transmitted energy impinging on an object. Most of it bounces.

    I would read your reference with an open mind and with great interest though.

    • Nidster - on January 12, 2023 at 9:54 pm

      Yes. I agree that it is “conceivable an asteroid’s trajectory might be affected, and deflection is possible to some small degree, and with enough radiated power (far beyond HAARP’s), so is its destruction… no missiles necessary.”

  4. DanaThomas on January 12, 2023 at 2:25 am

    If the aspiring “cosmic warriors” are the same folk who currently controlling “NATO”, I don’t expect any good results out of this!

  5. bluelectricstorm on January 11, 2023 at 8:00 pm

    “Apophis” . No doubt.

    Dress that pig up. Don’t forget the makeup.
    Nazis are so boring

  6. bluelectricstorm on January 11, 2023 at 7:56 pm

    Vain presumption maintains its privileged place.
    These fools will blow themselves up in the process of setting the sky on fire.

    If any of them are left, they’ll be wishing they had. I’ll be waiting.

  7. marcos toledo on January 11, 2023 at 7:50 pm

    This reads like a story ark for the Fullmetal Alchemist manga-anime by the way anyone following Made in Abyss running on the Cartoon Network? The mad scientist of the taped thrillers and the State Alchemists at hard work to bring us HELL on Earth

  8. ncaracter on January 11, 2023 at 3:32 pm

    Dr. Farrell,
    Thank you for the wonderful article. I would like to suggest a more effective and non-Caucasian analogy to your phrase “And Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone and there was no conspiracy behind the murder of President Kennedy and even if there was, the government was in no way involved.”

    “And James Earl Ray acted alone and there was no conspiracy behind the murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. and even if there was, the government was in no way involved. https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1999-dec-09-mn-42063-story.html

    • Robert Barricklow on January 11, 2023 at 4:38 pm

      Black Atom would appreciate your sarcasm.
      [Just saw the DVD, and the only thing worth a damn,
      is Black Adam “getting” the concept of sarcasm, and applying same.]

  9. Robert Barricklow on January 11, 2023 at 11:45 am

    As in ALL news stories; it’s follow the bouncing ball.
    The bouncing ball game being: The Narrative.
    Never a straight answer is no exception; in fact they’re more or less high up in the Media food-chain, as Werner von Braun predictions were part & parcel to the product/narrative being sold to you.
    The question is, are you buying.
    Of course, the news/media product won’t be obstructed by truth.

    If the depopulation figures are still high by 2029, LOOK OUT!

    Or, if they start playing:
    Asteroid in the Chinese corner pocket.

  10. Michael UK on January 11, 2023 at 11:36 am

    I believe Joseph also posted a few months ago on GDS about using HAARP array to look inside the Moon?

    HAARP array can use ELF and VLF wavelengths to probe and see under the surface. I wonder if they can use it for Mars as well?

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 11, 2023 at 8:16 pm

      DING DING DING…. we have another winner.

      • Barbara on January 12, 2023 at 9:27 pm

        I have been binging JRE on Tou tube last couple of days. I know, I know mea culpa, and what do you know, in one of the video with G. Hancock he was talking about mysteries of Amazon secret structures henges like structures, that now due to new technology of” lightdar” are being discovered despite rain forest covering them. I can’t shake the feeling that these stories whether HAARP for space or light Radar for earth, all of it is part of slow drip disclosure process.


  11. Jen on January 11, 2023 at 10:43 am

    Well, if this HAARP is being considered for, and is ready for interplanetary use, you might expect that it has been considered for and is ready for PLANETARY use.
    Are they keeping it for the final ‘hot phase’ of this war? Blame it on nukes?
    Suspecting what we do about advanced weapons, it strikes me as odd that The Ukraine is strewn with bogged down tanks and killed/wounded conscripts when everyone could be using DEW and bionic super-soldiers. Are they defying History by fighting with the weapons of the last war?

  12. ragiza on January 11, 2023 at 9:53 am

    Directed energy weapons, directed energy atmospheric manipulation, WIFI, 5G, 6G, Musk implants, AI supposedly running everything (WEF will be controlling what goes into the AI). Lots to keep track of 8-))

    • Krista tiffy on January 13, 2023 at 12:45 pm

      • Krista tiffy on January 13, 2023 at 1:14 pm

        Another link , just to remind us of 2013.
        Project Dino
        I dunno , but I wonder if they call us dinos over espresso, or vodka?
        Or maybe just ‘angels’ playing space invaders

        • Krista tiffy on January 13, 2023 at 1:35 pm

          I hope I did not offend anyone when it comes to vodka or expresso,
          It could be anyone’s favorite drinks,maybe even Probiotic Lattes or electrolyte flavored pediolyte

  13. Enrico on January 11, 2023 at 7:38 am

    This is huge! Thank you Dr. Farrell.

Help the Community Grow

Please understand a donation is a gift and does not confer membership or license to audiobooks. To become a paid member, visit member registration.

Upcoming Events