HAARP: The Ultimate Weapon Of The Conspiracy

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The HAARP project in Alaska is one of the most controversial projects ever undertaken by the U.S. Government.

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Jerry Smith gives us the history of the HAARP project and explains how it can be used as an awesome weapon of destruction. Smith exposes a covert military project and the web of conspiracies behind it.

HAARP has many possible scientific and military applications, from raising a planetary defense shield to peering deep into the earth. Smith leads the reader down a trail of solid evidence into ever deeper and scarier conspiracy theories in an attempt to discover the whos and whys behind HAARP, and discloses a possible plan to rule the world.

At best, HAARP is science out-of-control; at worst, HAARP could be the most dangerous device ever created, a futuristic technology that is everything from super-beam weapon to world-wide mind control device. The Star Wars future is now!

Topics include:
Over-the-Horizon Radar and HAARP, Mind Control, ELF and HAARP, The Telsa Connection, The Russian Woodpecker, GWEN & HAARP, Earth Penetrating Tomography, Weather Modification, Secret Science of the Conspiracy, more.

Includes the complete 1987 Bernard Eastlund patent for his pulsed super-weapon that he claims was stolen by the HAARP Project.

Additional Information

Author Jerry E. Smith
Publisher Adventures Unlimited Press
Page Count 250pp
Publication Size 6 x 9
Publication Notes Paperback, b/w
Publication Date 1998
ISBN 978-0932813534

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