Saturday, December 5, 2009

The dark secrets of HAARP Project discussed on TV program - Jesse Ventura's first episode of CONSPIRACY THEORY show

Here is a must-see first episode of Jesse Ventura's CONSPIRACY THEORY shown on TruTV on December 2, 2009:

Most of us who have been into conspiracy theories have been hearing about the HAARP Project since around the early 1990s.
But I am so glad that Jesse Ventura picked up HAARP as his first episode on his new TV program, CONSPIRACY THEORY.
I hope the public-at-large will become aware of this rather secretive, somewhat strange project.

I remember CNN reporting around early 1993 that the U.S. military may have used some type of Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) experiments during the initial phases of the Iraq War.

Part of the alleged military PSYOPS program may have involved some use of concentrated radio frequency waves to alter the minds of some Iraqi soldiers.

Some also even speculate that the military may have experimented on some limited holographic projections devices for PSYOPS at that time.

The reason I brought this up was because CNN was said to have acquired some information on this matter in March or early April of 1993 after allegedly receiving a tip from an FBI official who was said to have divulged that FBI was planning to seek assistance from a Dr. Igor Smirnov of Moscow Academy of Medicine who was a specialist in the use of a new efficient device that would emit certain radio frequency waves and would possibly help in ending a US cultic group seige at Waco, Texas. However, the seige ended on April 19, 1993.

What is interesting is here is that the DOD, through a clandestine group within the military may already have experimented earlier with its own similar device in the initial phases of the Gulf War.

In addition to the weather modification strategies over the battlefield, HAARP's future applications seem to include a much larger-scale PSYOPS strategy of projecting certain images (such as religious figures) by converting part of the ionosphere into a virtual screen for such projections.

In this regards, some aspects of the HAARP project seem to relate very much to the alleged Project Blue Beam plan of NASA, although evidence is hard to come by.

I remember talking personally about all this with Dr. Nick Begich, author of ANGELS DON'T PLAY THIS HAARP when I interviewed him around 1996 or 1997.

No comments: