Have you ever considered that not all natural disasters are natural? Some are indeed man-made. Want to know more?
Most of us grew up believing that only a supernatural Creator could affect our weather patterns. To date, we know that man is incapable of making the sun rise and set. He can’t create a moon and stars to fill the sky or dump buckets of rain at will, stop hail, sleet, and snow. But can he manipulate the weather? Is he capable of making an already warm day a little bit hotter or turn a normal cold, rainy day into a hail storm? Can he take land that is weak in some areas and make it shake, burn, explode, or implode? It is because of these questions that many researchers, conspiracy theorists, and others point the finger at a man-made creation called The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP.)
The HAARP program is a ionospheric research facility located in Gakona, Alaska. The site is known for its many antennas on the site. There are approximately 180 antennas standing about 70 feet tall. Program workers conduct research on “physical and electrical properties of the Earth’s ionosphere which can affect our military and civilian communication and navigation systems,” according to HAARP. But does this program affect our weather? They claim that the facility doesn’t affect the weather. “Transmitted energy in the frequency ranges that will be used by HAARP is not absorbed in either the troposphere or the stratosphere – the two levels of the atmosphere that produce the earth’s weather. Electromagnetic interactions only occur in the near-vacuum of the rarefied region above about 70 km known as the ionosphere,” the website states. Then if this is true, then why do so many researchers, scientists, and others direct our attention to HAARP for causing natural disasters around the world? Well, in order to answer that question, you have to first understand how HAARP operates.
Dr. Nick Begich, an author, lecturer, son of a Congressman, and a resident of Alaska, says the originators of HAARP had talked about earth penetrating tomography. “This is the idea of sending a signal up into the ionosphere, oscillating that signal off the ionosphere which actually causes that layer thirty miles above the earth’s surface to begin to vibrate in harmony with the signal on the ground, said Begich. “(The signal) acts as a giant broadcast antenna sending (other signals) back down into the earth. It passes through the earth then in the form of an ELF, an extremely low frequency signal… passes through the earth (which) can be used for a number of things including: earth penetrating tomography—that’s…like x-raying the earth, looking into the earth for underground mineral layers, underground shelters, nuclear facilities and the like…”
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