Sunday, June 12, 2011

I told you so, well maybe not you, or you, but that person I did!

New NASA study seems to point blame at U.S. HAARP facility in Alaska for helping cause the Japan Earthquakes that have had such a terrible toll on Japan and surrounding countries around the world.

I and others had noticed from video and photographs taken just before the Major Earthquake that hit Fukushima a few months back, that there were strange atmospheric anomalies occurring around volcanoes and other areas of Japan, that looked similar to anomalies you'd get from a Manufactured heating of the atmosphere, which currently can only be done, (per accepted knowledge), by facilities geared toward that end, such as the HAARP facility in Alaska, and the one in Norway.

HAARP, (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program), its creation was in part handled by a Dr. Bernard Eastlund, U.S. Patent 4,686,605. The program is slated for the enhanced understanding of the physical and electrical properties of the Earth's Ionosphere.

However it is becoming a little clearer that simple scientific study is not all that is going on, but the best we can do for now is ask for accountability and keep doing research into this.

Japan isn't the only ones being effected by HAARP, artificially created heat wave in Canada/U.S. on June 7th, was done by HAARP punching a hole in the Ionosphere allowing the Suns radiation to pass freely into our atmosphere allowing it to heat up.

Besides the "Buzz" on the Net about the possibility Icelands issues may have more than just a natural source.

It is also possible this is a tourniquet move by the rich and powerful of the world to control certain assets and thereby using "Eco-Terrorism" as there gauntlet.

But whatever the case may be, at least we have an Official source looking into this matter, and hopefully all the eyes in the World will be turning toward their Governments and request full disclosure.

R. William Holzkopf Jr.

1) http://www.naturalnews.com/032670_Fukushima_HAARP.html
2) http://www.eastlundscience.com/HAARP.html
3) http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/haarp/faq.html
4) http://presscore.ca/2011/?p=2842
5) http://info.themicroeffect.com/?tag=haarp

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