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This book is based on was named one of the most important books of 1996 by Project Censored : The News that Didn't Make the News. The book is in its third english printing since being released in September, 1995. Translations were released in Japan and Germany in 1996.
The U.S. Military's first target is the electrojet: a river of electricity that flows thousands of miles through the sky and down into the polar icecap. The electrojet will become a vibrating artificial antenna for sending electromagnetic radiation raining down on the Earth. The U.S. military can then "X-ray" the Earth and talk to submarines. But there's much more they can do with HAARP. This book reveals surprises from secret meetings.
The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Project was named to be misleading. It was evidently hoped that those who did recognize that word "auroral" would accept the idea that the University of Alaska is studying the aurora borealis. However, if that is so, a huge amount of money is being channeled into studying a light show. Could this naming strategy deflect attention away from a deeper and hidden reason for HAARP? That is, weapons development for the military? The funding makes far more sense in that context, not to mention attempts to conceal said funding.
When some people first hear about HAARP, they may default to the possibility that whoever is speaking about it may have fallen victim to yet another Internet hoax. In my opinion, this mid-nineties non-fiction research classic puts the hoax-as-only-story possibility firmly to rest. Begich and Manning do not approach this topic as speculation about who may be behind the dubious activities behind the fence, but they do point out that HAARP is part of a global cooperative effort. The facility in Alaska is not the only ionospheric heater on the planet. So it's bigger than weapons development by the US military alone. It is also copiously documented that official sources have repeatedly lied to the public about exactly what is going on. Some of the possibilities that electromagnetic manipulation can target certainly sound outlandish, so it's obvious why some dismiss the entire topic of HAARP as being a gullible tin-hat wearer's hobby du jour.
Did you know that there are rivers of electrical power flowing through the sky? Nikola Tesla knew, and he wanted to harness that power to serve mankind. However, the scientific patents and procedures that eventually developed appear to be now in the service of other motives. My perspective, after reading Begich and Manning, is that if you want to read an Internet hoax, there are mentions on the web debunking the idea that HAARP is in any way a conspiracy. The debunking is the hoax.
I will close with a quote from the last chapter: "The breakup of the sciences into ever narrower specialties has made it difficult for specialists to synthesize a wide range of facts about our planet and come up with wisdom." Enough said.
"Angels Don't Play this HAARP: Advances in Tesla Technology" is so good it's scary. Or maybe it's a scary subject done well. Either way, it is an extremely well researched and investigated exposé. The HAARP project in Alaska is like a giant Swiss Army knife of death and destruction.
We should realize that the first edition of this book came out in 1995. That was before HAARP (in its current form) was even completed. Begich and Manning were all over this very early on. Dr. Begich has a very deep and well respected knowledge of these types of technologies.
Begich and Manning lay it all on the table. They write about HAARP's origins and history. They write about the HAARP facility's ability to: generate earthquakes, modify the weather, control people's minds, map the Earth's interior, generate ultra-powerful laser like power beams, transmit wireless power, and more. Sure, these technologies can be used benevolently, but when they are in the hands of our military, the emphasis is on killing people and breaking stuff. We're concerned that these technologies are being used against the American people.
"Angels Don't Play this HAARP" is a great example of good old American muckraking journalism from a very capable duo.
If my understanding is correct, this book or at least the information contained, has been available for the last 20 years.
Yet, I have never heard it mentioned.
It is high time that the American people read this information and contact their congressional representatives to find out if any adult iin the room is in charge of these Air a force and Navy cowboys who are shooting Radio beams into the ionosphere. No wonder there is climate change for which we citizens are being blamed.
I would bet that 98% of the U.S. Congress doesn't have a clue!