You may remember a few years ago I blogged about China's plan to turn all of its occupied Tibet into a weather modification technology, and that I blogged about that topic  again a couple of years later:

See also China plans rapid expansion of 'weather modification' efforts

I submit, for reasons that will become clear in my elaboration of today's high octane speculation, that this Chinese project to turn all of Tibet into a massive weather modification technology is the proper context in which to view and interpret the following story shared by W.G. (with our thanks):

China begins trial operations with world's largest solar telescope array

Now for all of you Richard C. Hoagland fans, I draw your attention to the article's very definite display of some very "tetrahedral numbers":

The world's largest array of sun-monitoring radio telescopes has begun trial operations in southwest China.

The Daocheng Solar Radio Telescope (DSRT) consists of 313 dishes, each with a diameter of 19.7 feet (6 meters), forming a circle with a circumference of 1.95 miles (3.14 kilometers). A 328-feet-high (100 m) calibration tower stands in the center of the ring. (Emphasis added)

Why "tetrahedral" numbers?  In a nutshell, Mr. Hoagland years  ago elaborated a complex hypothesis regarding a spherically circuminscribed tetrahedron: if one places a tetrahedron inside a sphere with the verticies of the tetrahedron touching the surface of the sphere, with one of those vertices touching the axis of rotation of the sphere, and then measures the latitude where the other tetrahedral vertices touch the sphere, they will universally fall out at approximately 19.47 degrees north or south latitude (depending upon the northern or southern orientation of the vertex on the axis of rotation). Mr. Hoagland then pointed out in various writings and interviews that if one looks at planetary upwellings of energy across the solar system, many of them contain such upwellings at this lattitude on the planetary surface, the Great Red Spot or Storm on Jupiter being the most famous example, but the Hawaiian volcanoes being a more familiar example closer to home. To Mr. Hoagland, these tetrahedral numbers were, in other words, a clue to a possible hyper-dimensional physics, since if one rotated such spherically circuminscribed tetrahedra in N dimensions, the energy produced would be manifest at that latitude in lower dimensions (such as three  dimensions of Jupiter or Earth).  Thus, the appearance of numbers involving the coefficient of 195, such as 0.195 or 1.95 or 19.5 are all harmonics of that basic (and apparently dimensionless) "fundamental" of 195...

So it is at the very least suggestive that the Chinese solar telescope appears to have either close approximations (19.7) or actual reproductions (1.95 miles, which turns out to be 3.14 kilometers, a close approximation to yet another "fundamental", pi). It is suggestive because it implies that the solar telescope array, appearing as it does in the context of an entire country - Tibet - being turned into a vast weather modification machine, might be for far more than merely observing the Sun, but also for manipulating or influencing the Sun. After all, the Sun is the chief driver of weather on this planet (not, thank you goofy climate change advocates, cow farts or large scale agriculture).

Is there, however, anything that suggests this in the article?

There is, and it's a doozy:

DSRT is situated in Daocheng County, on a plateau in Sichuan province in southwest China. Its main task is continuous monitoring of the sun and observing solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs). It will also aid research into monitoring and early warning methods for pulsars, fast radio bursts and asteroids.

DSRT was developed by the National Space Science Center under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). The array is part of the Meridian Project on space weather monitoring, a major China national science and technology infrastructure.

Amid all that bland prose about measuring space weather and "early warning methods for pulsars, fast radio bursts, and asteroids" lurks the possibility that by collecting data from the Sun, the array could be used as not only a collection interferometer but a multiple wave mixer or power-broadcast antenna array, perhaps even a phased array, to "tickle" the Sun - a giagantic ball of plasma - with a little plasma of its own making.  After all, if one wants to modify and manipulate the weather by turning all of Tibet into a weather modification device, then knowing what the Sun was up to on a regular and consistent basis would seem to be a necessity, and thus at the minimum this array is a necessary component of a vast planetary-scale weather modification scheme. (And yes, you may now think of the word "weapon".)  Remotely possibly. But I suggest one need not jump through all these hoops to arrive at this conclusion.

In what I advance now I hope people will remember that I know nothing about Mandarin, so I am merely recording my observations about the name of this solar telescope based on some very cursory searches and observations.  So back to our not having to jump  through hoops to arrive at the speculative conclusion I've arrived at:

The possibility of its use to manipulate in addition to observe is contained in the name of the machine itself: Dao + cheng. Dao, or Tao, is of course a word laden with a complex and multi-layered cosmic significance in the Mandarin. The closest approximation to it in a western language would be the words Logos or Kosmos, both words implying reason and order of a cosmic scale and nature, and for Christians, a cosmic covenant that is at root personal in character. Dao connotes much the same idea of a celestial and cosmic order inclusive of a moral order and covenant, and is intimately linked to that other great Chinese cultural idea, the "mandate of heaven". It might even be argued that the Dao is not only inclusive of this moral and cosmic order, but that it also constitutes a political and cultural imperative to extend that order to nature, and hence to the weather, by applied reason and technology. A little more research will reveal the name Daocheng is also the name of the county in which the array is located, and that name in turn connotes "entrances" to a valley, and so on.

In short, the name itself suggests or implies all sorts of things, most of them having to do not just with passive observation, but submission to, and manipulation and use of, that order. And to crawl out even further on to the twig, and again with the caveat that I'm by no means even remotely familiar with the Mandarin nor with its inner logic or how it "works", I cannot help but think that there is a connection to the Dao de Ching.

And for the final cherry on this wild high octane speculation sundae, many of you may recall the short-lived television series called The Event, about a group of extraterrestrials who look entirely human and who crashed on this planet during the Second World War. These "look-alikes" differ from humans by only a small genetic variance, but because of this variance, are also much longer-lived than humans. They came here in search of a new planetary home because in the plotline of the series, their home planet is dying (how and why we're never told). Toward the very end of the series we learn that these human-like extraterrestrials have been secretly building a vast array of some sort in...


Indeed, in the final episodes of this short-lived series we are afforded glimpses of this array, and for anyone who has seen the series, it looks for all the world like the Daocheng solar telescope array, leaving little room for doubt that one inspired the other, but in which order we don't know. In any case, in the series, the Tibetan array is hardly a passive "observation-only" device. Its sole purpose and function being, rather, to reach out and "grab" the aliens' home planet, and drag it and park it here in close Earth orbit(with the obvious implication that if it could do that, it could reach out and grab an asteroid, and either smash it into the planet, or stop it from doing so). And with that, the series was suddenly (and in my opinion inexplicably) canceled, leaving everyone hovering in thin air with no conclusion  to the storyline.

For some time I've been raising the possibility that humanity now has, within its technological grasp, machines and techniques that could via mechanisms of resonance and so on, affect not just planetary systems like weather, but the Sun itself, and while it's a guess and only a guess, I strongly suspect that there's more to this array than we're being told...and if so, then add China to the very very small list of nations with this ability.

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".

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  1. Kevin Ryan on August 1, 2023 at 5:03 pm

    When you have a country of over 1.4 billion people, there is a certain logic to building dams and a weather control device to produce rain when your people need it and also reduce the likelihood of flooding. Not that you want to advertise your device as such because rain for you may mean drought for your neighbor, or pummeling Taiwan with typhoons because you can and a typhoon can go where a blockade cannot. So by all means, call it an instrument to study the sun to protect us all from solar flares and such and even killer asteroids. Camouflage the guns of the future to look like science projects and they’ll never know what hit them. (But how are they going to “continuously monitor the sun” when night comes to Daocheng?)

    • 1pookadahooka on August 1, 2023 at 5:58 pm

      That’s what “The Array” and the chain of other strategically established stations will do. Until the entire planet has been rendered to Castle Greyskull.

  2. anakephalaiosis on August 1, 2023 at 5:52 am

    A trivial “verb” is always an infinite function, that is bound by inflections, that define occurrence along the timeline. By adding spatial location, then an infinite function, becomes limited by context.

    The act of speaking and creating requires a spatial location, to become finite, which is circumscription of an infinite function, and that is how the Greek terms are constructed, by adding location to verbs, by suffix.

    Ideologically, “Tao” corresponds with “Ea”, in Old English, which captures the river spirit, a natural image for transfiguration, which is outlawed in the West, by the Vatican, in an attempt to monopolise spirit.

    Confucius is the moralist of the imperial order, whereas Lao Tzu is the presence of an infinite function, in itself, which corresponds to Blake “seeing a World in a Grain of Sand, and a Heaven in a Wild Flower”.

    In the West, Odin/Adon[ai] corresponds to the “heavenly mandate”, because Odin’s sons are solstices and equinoxes, and his authority is derived from Elohim-Yahweh, as celestial objects and solstice.

    There is no distinction, between Sun Tzu and Lao Tzu, because they are two sides of the same coin, and both stand outside the matrix of Confucius’ imperial order, whose moral covenant is an egregore.

    The Chinese approach is always twofold, as imperial order and infinite presence, observing both at the same time, which is known as Yang-Yin, which corresponds to Elohim-Yahweh (Will & Woe).

    For a Westerners, to be able to reconstruct their own origin, they will have to recognise Odin and Christ, as one and the same, both wounded by spear of gravity, and prone to vegetative fall, as ripe fruits.

    Man’s interaction with celestial bodies is his destiny, because free will is governed by planets, that influence/inspire impulses to action, and that is the concept of Elohim, restrained by Yahweh, the scales of law.

    The world tree is an electric arc, with a trunk tunnel, and directed energy is about prolonging that tunnel, by preventing spread of energy, which produces a ray gun, that can bring down drones, and space rocks.

    7 Faces of Dr. Lao:

  3. marcos toledo on July 31, 2023 at 8:58 pm

    There is a song titled Where Have All The Flowers Gone a key phrase in the song is “When will they ever learn” This is playing with fire on a planetary scale.

  4. 1pookadahooka on July 31, 2023 at 8:19 pm

    What an eyesore! From the info about the Meridian project, it appears there will be quite a few more of these beauties erected along meridian 120 E….. plus there’s this noted: “In addition, the International Space Weather Meridian Circle Program is proposed to connect 120°E and 60°W. meridian chains of ground based monitors”. So the goal is to lasso the planet with an array of more eyesores to ‘study weather’. Sure! The other detail I find interesting is “the project will set up a large-scale ground-based monitoring system composed of 15 stations along the longitude of 120°E and the latitude of 30°N…”. I’m no mathematician, but I doubt 30 N was randomly selected and seems suspiciously close to the same latitude as Giza. There’s much more to this than simply ‘studying weather’. I’m sure there’s some Proof of Concept underway between HAARP and this ‘array’ of stations.

    They also threw this goodie in the mix: “Meanwhile, the Zhongshan Station in the Antarctica will beset up to make a comprehensive study of the polar region by scanning the vicinity centered at the south end of the longitude which passes through the Station.” Remember that 2016 Ketchup Kerry Climate Change Hoopteedee in Antarctica?

  5. Richard on July 31, 2023 at 6:57 pm

    The Party of the east by going west has had a quest within the Party toward global hegemony known to them as “Deceiving the Sky.” Not just terrestrial powers that Be. It’s bigger than the USA, Russia, and the rest as well as themselves. Whether they’ll ever do so is unknown, but one suspects it’s the pursuit of such dominance that matters more than anything else. Part of that quest entails taming Nature as Nature Is to what they deem it necessary to Be as they perceive. It’s actually an ancient quest in the mythology. Tibet is part of that goal. Water, the element within it. Note the many dams constructed to date within the mainland.

    Although it’s an understatement to mention, a great deal about the Sol star, the Moon, Mars, and Terra has been kept under wraps along with a lot of unanswered questions about any influential outside or unknown source affecting Sol and the rest.

    When ignorance meets ignorance, it’s easy for academia to come up with presumptive explanations for observations since neither the suggestive credentialed nor the respondents of that said seem to know any better to contest the minutia contained in the observation recorded and presumably explained.

    One such set of [phenomena] (as in don’t know what or why they were) happened in Mar2012 & July2012. Just passed an anniversary. Had another phenomena (as in don’t know what or why they were) NOT happened, one Mayan calendar end might have been that catastrophic ending used to freak a number of folks outwardly panicked.

    The many numerical references cited in the blog show up on Mars time and again. As Mars & Earth share the same celestial sky within the purported similar billion-year accumulation period transcribing those almost symbolic numerical references seem odd and recurring coincidences, especially, when associated with the Mons’ of Mars and those “Tetrahedral numbers.”

    In one’s view, there might have been something big, very BIG, attached to those, what are now called volcano positions of the Martian Mons’ of Olympus, Arsia (contrasting part of Tharsis Montes), Pavonis (Latin for Peacock), and Ascraeus, to include the rest of the Tharsis Ridge on Mars. Essentially, a volcanic highland near the Martian equator that includes the largest known volcano in the Solar system, Olympus Mons. That region stands out like it was stamped into the surface as shown by the colorized Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter (MOLA) relief map. You could almost circumscribe a tetrahedral triangle that includes all those pock marked volcanoes point by point. As if they’re out-of-place, but in place for a purpose. They stand out quite well as do several other [somethings].

    Hopefully, modern Chinese Academy of Sciences won’t wreck a planet in the process of discovery while exercising very large scale and military fusion capable modifications. There seems to be enough rubble floating around out there from a previous event of some kind that didn’t go well.

  6. Robert Barricklow on July 31, 2023 at 12:06 pm

    Not only manipulating weather through Earthbound technologies,
    but now; through the very SUN herself.
    Would, that include solar flares and/or solar coronas?
    To actually target Erath?
    To target specific geological targets?

    Oh, what a hot-scorched Earth we contrive
    When we first practice God-like powers to annihilate.

    • Richard on July 31, 2023 at 7:08 pm

      There are still rumblings under the breaths of some credentialed folks that there were significant [somethings], usually called phenomena because of their unknown presence and unknown scientific standing as observations, that occurred in 2012. Both in March and July that year. They just could not have happened, but they did. Each event directly inclusive of the Sol star. What they were and what could have happened seem as though they were of a class three or four civilization capability as far as what this upright simian type can fathom in numerical figures and symbols.

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