Dunno if you’ve been following the Donspiracist, but I really think his fun yet informative column has gotten better each and every week. This week is no exception. I really think you’re gonna enjoy this one. The future of weapons sound like they come from a sci-fi novel. And the future is a lot closer than you think. -JGT
Secrecy is the conspirators’ greatest weapon. If you control information about your activities, you then can operate without much scrutiny. The public cannot get incensed about what it does not know. This truism is particularly pertinent involving phenomena that are hidden in plain sight. These are events or technologies that are not protected behind the gates and locks of government high security, ala Area 51, but instead operate in the open, but are not given the attention by the media that they deserve.
Take Raytheon’s invention of a pain machine. The Daily Mail reported last week on Silent Guardian, a directed energy weapon developed by Raytheon for the U.S. military. The article discusses the small black box that, when turned on, “emits an invisible, focused beam of radiation – similar to the microwaves in a domestic cooker – that are tuned to a precise frequency to stimulate human nerve endings. It can throw a wave of agony nearly half a mile.” The report goes on to say that the machine causes no permanent damage to victims, but that the pain it causes is so intense that it cannot be borne by anyone in its path. If it weren’t documented, I’d label it science fiction. Can this be the future of warfare? Or, more specifically, police work? More importantly, why was there no mention of this device in the American media?
Couple the Daily Mail article with episodes in Whitley’s Strieber’s recent novel The Grays. In it, the President is almost convinced by some evil intelligence community types to use a scalar weapon on a small town in Ohio. The reader is led to believe that the weapon, which looks a lot like a satellite, would cause earthquakes and great destruction in the college town, all via the use of directed radiation.
Once again, sci fi, right?
As it turns out, perhaps not. A growing body of evidence suggests scalar weapons are real. They are based on the work of scientist Nicola Tesla, the legendary figure who invented, among other things, alternating current. His contributions to electricity, engineering and physics are invaluable, and some even call him the man who “invented the 20 th century”.
One of Tesla’s discoveries led to modern scalar technology, which supposedly Russia has investigated at a much deeper level than the USA. The physics of the discovery are a bit beyond my understanding, but it has to do with electromagnetic radiation, a field the Russians have labeled “energetics”. Apparently, the scalar weapons can do more harm on a mass scale than most of us can imagine, and they threaten to make nuclear armaments obsolete. Sources claim a scalar weapon can do the following: make a nuclear like destruction; earthquake; hurricane; tidal wave; cause instant freezing – killing every living thing instantly over many miles; cause intense heat like a burning fireball over a wide area; induce hypnotic mind control over a whole population; or even read anyone on the planet’s mind by remote; affect anybody’s REM dream sleep by sending in subliminal pictures to the visual cortex; cause hallucinogen drug like effects or the symptoms of chemical or biological poisoning; make a disease epidemic by imprinting the disease ‘signature’ right into the cellular structure; paralyze and or/kill everyone instantaneously in a 50 mile radius and lastly remove something right out of its place in time and space faster than the speed of light, without any detectable warning.
Sounds crazy, I know. But the evidence is compelling. No country has yet admitted to possessing scalar technology, but there is something in the Alaskan wilderness which bears some resemblance, and its name is HAARP.
HAARP is a joint project of the Air Force, the Navy, and the University of Alaska that purports to be a scientific investigation into the ionosphere with the goal of understanding and/or aiding communications and surveillance. But a growing number of skeptics are convinced that merely is a cover story for the truth. One source claims this: In a document prepared by the government, the US Air Force claims: “The potential applications of artificial electromagnetic fields are wide-ranging and can be used in many military or quasi-military situations… Some of these potential uses include dealing with terrorist groups, crowd control, controlling breaches of security at military installations, and antipersonnel techniques in tactical warfare. In all of these cases the EM (electromagnetic) systems would be used to produce mild to severe physiological disruption or perceptual distortion or disorientation. In addition, the ability of individuals to function could be degraded to such a point that they would be combat-ineffective. Another advantage of electromagnetic systems is that they can provide coverage over large areas with a single system. They are silent, and countermeasures to them may be difficult to develop.” Which brings us full circle to the Silent Guardian I wrote about in the 2nd paragraph.
And mind you, this is the Air Force speaking, not some nut job on an obscure blog.
The truth seems to suggest that directed energy weapons are the future, but for those of us who thought the age of Star Trek and Star Wars type technology was far, far off, think again. Perhaps we already see their effects.
Did you notice “crowd control” in the quote above?
Those who speculate on the uses of weapons such as HAARP say the range can include weather manipulation (Anyone wanna say Katrina?), earthquakes, and mind control. Some bold investigators have even suggested a scalar weapon is the true reason the WTC towers collapsed on that fateful September day, not steel weakened by burning jet fuel.
You might be saying, ugh, here he goes with that again. But if you truly read the alternative evidence that is out there, and if you truly see through the holes in official reports, then you open yourself up to what is heretofore unimaginable. And this column lives by the motto that nothing in our world is as it seems.