Appearing for the full 4 hour show, lecturer on new technologies, health and earth science-related issues, Dr. Nick Begich, discussed the latest updates on HAARP technology, as well as the rapid advances in mind effects and enhancing ESP potentials. The HAARP facility in Alaska, covering many acres of land, has 180 72 ft.-tall steel antennas that are fed radio frequency energy that is concentrated and manipulated to "literally couple with the ionosphere or magnetic field lines surrounding the Earth," he explained.
One of the more exotic uses of HAARP technology (as explored by the Russians) is to actually heat up the ionosphere and push it out into space, an effect that could interfere with spacecraft or incoming asteroids, Begich reported. The recent Norway Spiral looked like a coherent man-made effect that might have been visual imaging produced by a HAARP-type facility in the area, he noted. One of the capabilities of HAARP is to use electromagnetic fields to create a "frequency following response" where the human brain locks on to specific signals and begins to mirror them. Such a signal could potentially create specific emotions or manipulate behavior, he cautioned.
DARPA is experimenting with electronic telepathy, and learning to read the minds of adversaries. One such method seeks to analyze emanations coming off a person's skull. At one time, independent scientists ran a very successful telepathy experiment with test subjects in different rooms, who had apparatuses attached to their heads; but their work ended up being shut down, he detailed. Begich also spoke about Tesla technology, and Dr. Bernard Eastlund's research just before his death in 2007 that involved the manipulation of gravity waves and weather.
Australia's Bureau of Meteorology has been picking up mysterious patterns on its radar system, with shapes described as "red stars, rings of fire, and white doughnuts." The Bureau, while acknowledging the anomalies, claims they are caused by "occasional interference to the radar data." More here.
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