It’s absolutely fascinating how many people still don’t know about HAARP and weather modification. It is almost as if the information does not reach the masses as so many remain completely unaware of what this global military operation is about. We have a few articles about it on our website but it’s not a major focus for us right now. Are people in our audience familiar with HAARP and it’s capabilities, or should we produce more articles on the topic? Our advice on HAARP is to be aware that it exists, but although very relevant today, there is some evidence coming forward that this project will not be functional in the coming decade. In the meantime, know that the weather you see, whether in front of your window or around the world, may not be naturally occurring at all.
Here’s a quick overview:
HAARP is a large 180 antennae grid across the world that projects powerful electromagnetic pulses to heat a specific point in the earth’s ionosphere. This has the effect of creating electromagnetic frequencies that can be bounced back to earth at desired locations, causing major disruption to weather and geophysical elements, even deep underground. Up to 3.6 billion watts can be generated by HAARP, heating the ionosphere to over 50,000 degrees and “lifting a 30 square kilometre area of the ionosphere, thereby changing localised pressure systems or even altering the route of jet streams.”
It can create any weather phenomena in almost any part of the world when desired. That includes long periods of drought, torrential rains, flooding, snow storms, ice storms, prolonged warming, prolonged cooling, tornadoes, and many other types of weather patterns.
The frequencies generated can also tap into to the brain frequencies of every living thing, distorting the natural rhythms of which can influence specific areas of the brain.
HAARP can exercise a form of complete “weather control”, a situation bearing a marked similarity to the Monsanto corporation’s stated ambition “to control the food chain.” It is noteworthy that there are currently more than 500 ‘climate ready’ genetically modified plant gene patents awaiting licensing approvals in Washington and Brussels. ‘Climate Ready’ GM seeds and plants are promised by their creators to be capable of producing a crop under both flood and drought conditions.
Greenwood is a neighborhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As one of the most successful and wealthiest black communities in the United States during the early 20th Century, it was popularly known as America’s “Black Wall Street” until the Tulsa race riot of 1921, in which white residents massacred black residents and razed the neighborhood within hours. The riot was one of the most devastating massacres in the history of U.S. race relations, destroying the once thriving Greenwood community.
Within five years after the massacre, surviving residents who chose to remain in Tulsa rebuilt much of the district. They accomplished this despite the opposition of many white Tulsa political and business leaders and punitive rezoning laws enacted to prevent reconstruction. It resumed being a vital black community until segregation was overturned by the Federal Government during the 1950s and 1960s. Desegregation encouraged blacks to live and shop elsewhere in the city, causing Greenwood to lose much of its original vitality. Since then, city leaders have attempted to encourage other economic development activity nearby.
New York’s First Masturbation Booth Is Open For The Chokin’
As if New York wasn’t already a breeding ground for crazies, Hot Octopuss, a London based sex toy brand just made it that much more cozy for creeps. Hot Octopuss has officially opened a masturbation booth in the city where guys can “relieve” stress from their busy every day lives. Yep, you heard it right. They’ve made public masturbation that much easier! Here is what Hot Octopuss co-founder, Adam Lewis had to say,
“There’s no denying that working a nine to five job can be stressful on both your mind and body, especially in a non-stop city like Manhattan. It’s really important for guys to look after themselves so that they can stay healthy and focus properly on the task in hand. We’re told time and time again how beneficial it is to have a break away from your desk…
Our natural tendency is to be mediocre. The world doesn’t want us to be anything but in the curve because that’s the safe zone. The zone where a majority of everyone else is as well. The zone that will keep you doing, being, and acting average. Normal is death.
There comes a point in everyone’s life where they just want to be normal. To fit in. To be accepted by the group. I tried that. I tried that a few times. But you want to know what I learned from trying to be like everyone else? 1. It’s impossible. 2. It’s just boring.
Why would you want to be anything but yourself. You were born and given the most unique gifts in the world that no one else has in the same combination as you. I say leverage what you are good at, work on what you are bad at…
A woman from southern China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region has had an eye gouged out by her husband after he discovered that she had begun a new relationship and wanted a divorce, reports the local Nanguo Morning News.
The 39-year-old woman from Yulin city in Guangxi, surnamed Li, met her second husband, surnamed Long, over the internet in November last year after the end of her first marriage. She at first thought he was her true love as they had much in common and the man, from south-central China’s Hunan province, did whatever she asked.
However, after dating for three months the man changed and asked Li to help pay half of the 150,000-yuan (US$24,700) debt that his family owed for their pig business. Li refused and Long stripped her naked and beat her. She tried to leave him but Long hid her ID card and threatened to harm her family if she did so.
Li was later coerced into marrying him after weeks of intimidation. Long continued to beat her and hid their marriage certificate. On one occasion Long was cautioned by local police after he attacked his wife in public near the train station in the regional capital Guilin.
After months of abuse, Li returned to Yulin alone at the end of September. She later met a new boyfriend through a friend. On Dec. 13, Long showed up at her rented house unexpectedly and attacked her boyfriend. Li tried to block Long but he started to beat her and then gouge outd her left eye with his hand. Following the attack, Long sent her to a hospital and called the police to turn himself in. He has been in police custody since Tuesday.
Li has lost her eye as a result of the attack. She said she was scared of her husband but could not do anything because he had hidden all of her identification documents, adding she hopes women’s rights groups or legal institutions can offer her assistance.