Environmentalist Warns Of Covert Weather Warfare
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Wednesday 12 September 2007
Leading Environmentalist Warns Of Covert Weather Warfare And Mind Control Technologies
A world authority on HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Programme) is to present his research on climate change, weather warfare technology, and mind control at a Global Issues conference in New Zealand.
The Alaskan independent scientific & environmental researcher, Dr Nick Begich, is to attend the September conference in Rotorua where he will give two presentations concerning the controversial HAARP Star Wars technology, and manipulation of the human mind through new applied technologies.
HAARP, a joint US Navy and Airforce project based in Alaska, has developed ground-based Star Wars weapon technology involving the manipulation of the ionosphere, Earths electrically-charged protective sphere, using super-powerful radio-wave beaming technology from the worlds largest radio-frequency-radiation transmitter.
Co-author of the best-selling book, Angels Dont Play This HAARP Advances in Tesla Technology, Begich has lectured before scientific, legislative, and environmental organizations in over 40 countries on the possible devastating implications of HAARP, new weapons, and so-called non-lethal technologies.
Begich states, The ability of HAARP to deliver energy comparable to a nuclear bomb, anywhere on Earth via this system, and to penetrate the land with ELF (extremely low frequency) waves is frightening. The military implications are alarming.
It has the capability to alter climate by destabilizing the Earths magnetic field, and to set off earthquakes and volcanoes remotely using electromagnetic waves. However the US military continues to deny that they control such technology,
Manipulation of the human mind, emotions and health through advanced technology continues to draw the attention of military planners around the world, with sinister potential. Begich states, Control of the human mind by external means is now a reality how we use this technology is the next challenge for this generation.
Dr Begich will be one of nine international and local speakers at UFOCUS NZs Future Perspectives Conference to be held in Rotorua on September 29 and 30 this year. (Visit: www.ufocusnz.org.nz for conference & speaker details)