What is HAARP?

HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) is an ionospheric research project funded by the U.S. Air Force, its official facility is located in Gakuna, Alaska. Because of the high secrecy surrounding the government HAARP program, many theories have risen trying to reveal its true nature.

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Purpose of HAARP

HAARP facility in Gakuna, Alaska

HAARP facility in Gakuna, Alaska

According to the official story HAARP’s purpose is to research the behavior of the ionosphere. Since 1993, HAARP has been in the hands of the military and it is said that those hands turned this tool into a weapon. Some of HAARP’s weapons have already been used.

List of HAARP’s developed weapons:

  • Mind Control: HAARP has developed the ability to mind control or “mood” control the population in entire regions. Certain extremely low frequency (6-11 Hertz) waves can cause a person to feel good or depressed and affect its behaviour.
  • Weather Control: HAARP has developed the ability to manipulate the weather. HAARP can cause “natural” disasters such as hurricanes tornados and thunderstorms and has already done this in Haiti and Japan.
  • Earthquakes: HAARP has the capability to cause earthquakes at practically any point on earth. HAARP manipulates the ionosphere and, consequently, modifies the magnetosphere. The magnetosphere is vital to the stability of the tectonic plates that float on the surface of the earth.

How does HAARP Work?

HAARP consist of a field of antennas on the ground in southeast Alaska linked together to operate as one enormous antennae. There are 360 antennas, each producing 10,000 watts. When put all together, it’s 3.6 million watts collectively.

HAARP consist of a field of antennas on the ground linked together to operate as one giant antennae

HAARP consist of a field of antennas on the ground linked together to operate as one giant antennae

When HAARP is fired, the radio-waves are broad-casted straight up or straight down. When fired up, all of the antennas shoot powerful waves into the ionosphere, the upper most part of the atmosphere. During this process, the radio-waves heat the atmosphere, creating irregularities that allow the ionosphere to bounce powerful radio signals back to earth. When aimed down, these powerful waves shoot into the earth hitting fault lines that could cause violent earthquakes.