Weather Modification: Another Asymmetric Terrorist Weapon
por Manuel Cereijo
Weather modification technology is in use today by the United States, Russia, China, and Cuba. The project involves the manipulation of the ionosphere and the alteration of the earth's magnetic fields. This technology has both localized and global capabilities. Evidence indicates that this technology also has the capability of manipulating human behavior and mood patterns.
All of this seemingly Star-Trek-like technology originated from a Serbian immigrant named Nicolas Tesla who came to the United States just at the end of the 19th century. During his research he discovered that the ionization of the atmosphere would alter when it was charged by radio wave transmissions in the low frequency range of 10 to 80 Hz. Studies indicated that with positive ionization, people and animals became tired and lethargic and with negative ionization the effect was one of feeling active and energetic.
Another aspect of this technology is the effect which harmonious radio frequencies make when they impact air molecules. The molecules become excited and give off negatively charged electrons which readily combine with hydrogen and oxygen to produce water molecules. But even more profound is the fact that this type of radio waves also carries positively charged ions through the ionosphere into the magnetosphere.
The positively charged ions then become trapped in the Van Allen belts, traveling between the Aurora Borealis and the Aurora Australis, right where we have holes in the ozone layers. Freon, the ozone killer, by its nature dissipates quickly. This inherent quality is a contradiction to the concept that a concentration of freon is creating holes in the ozone layers at the North and South poles. However, when radio waves hit already unstable freon precipitates, they are so reactive that they can not move on and dissipate into the magnetosphere.
Confirmation of the Weather modification technology was revealed for the first time in an article which appeared in the September 11, 1989 edition of the Washington Post.
The Russian weather modification project is referred to as the Woodpecker system. It involves the transmission of extreme low frequency (ELF) waves at about 10Hz using Tesla transmitters in Angarsk and Khabarovsk in Siberia, Gomel, Sakhalin Island, and it had one in Riga, Latvia which was moved to Cuba, 60 miles south of La Habana, in Bejucal. At a given time this facility in Cuba was operated by a staff of 2,500 Soviet personnel. This facility belongs now to the Cuban government, with the cooperation of Chinese personnel, as well as from Iraq, Iran, and North Korea.
These facilities in Cuba can be easily seen from distance, since they have many antennas of 300 ft. or more height.These Cuba's transmitters generate electromagnetic transmissions that produce an ELF scalar grid over the United States. This is done by transmitting these low frequency scalar waves in pairs so that they converge at a predetermined point on the earth's surface and cause a disruption of the atmosphere. This technology can be used to alter the course of the jet stream and set up long-term weather blocks.
The Cuba's system have a potential to alter the magnetic field within a 450 miles radius.
The long-lasting California drought in the late80s was caused by a massive ridge of high pressure 800 miles off the California coast which hovered for extended periods of time, blocking the usual flow of moist air coming from the Pacific and pushing storms around to the north. Evidence suggests that this was possibly caused by Woodpecker generating standing ELF waves from Siberia and Cuba to block the flow of normal weather patterns.
This phenomenon of long-lasting centers of high pressure is not limited to producing drought. In 1993 the Midwest region experienced severe flooding which was a result of the wettest period in this particular area since rainfall record keeping began in 1876. This flood was a result again of what meteorologists called a blocking pattern. Evidence suggests that this was possibly caused by the Bejucal facility in Cuba. Other examples are the drought periods and flood periods in Central America, and the 2000/2001 drought in California.
A similar system exists in the United States. It is called GWEN, Ground Wave Emergency Network. This network was built also with the intention to be used as an emergency communication system that would not be interrupted by electromagnetic pulses during a nuclear attack.
The Russians developed in the mid 90s a small version of their weather modification system, called Elate, which can fine tune weather patterns over a 200 mile area. One of these units is installed at the airport in Moscow. There is one at the Jose Marti airport in La Habana, Cuba.
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