Haarp, Remotely Induced Earthquakes

  • HAARP explained. Remotely set off earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes? Yes. Frequency resonation is the key. Extremely high temperature, and high intensity magnetic fields.

    Playing and triggering vast Earth energy systems. Ionosphere manipulation. High energy density focused beams can trigger tremendously powerful energetic phenomena.



    HAARP is beaming high energy density radiowaves into atmosphere, specifically ionoshepere.

    Disturbances in ionoshpere will prevent /satellite/ communications, for example, destroy, deflect missiles.

    Earth Ionoshpere holds tremendous amounts of energy. Haarp beams is the trigger.

    If you shoot a small bullet into a thin balloon filled with billion tons of water, you release this water load. This is what Haarp does with ionoshpere energy.

    Haarp generates tremendous temperatures and very high intensity magnetic field.

    Haarp beams move, shift ionosphere to precipitate weather phenomena like lighting, weather patterns, and other.

    The frequency resonation is the key to triggering earthquakes, volcanoes and tornadoes, by focusing high energy density beams on desired targets.

    The principle is the same as, for example, that of wind blows of certain frequency can sway, and finally collapse a big steel bridge.



  • Strange atmospheric anomalies over Japan just days before the massive earthquake and tsunami struck on March 11 - 3/11/11.
    Seemingly inexplicable and rapid heating of the ionosphere directly above the epicenter reached a maximum only three days prior to the quake, according to satellite observations, suggesting that directed energy emitted from transmitters used in the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) may have been responsible for inducing the quake.







  • http://haarp.net  - manipulating and disturbing human mental processes and health through pulsed radio-frequency radiation over large geographical areas



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