Thursday, 16 April 2015

Has The US Air Force Really Shut Down HAARP?

After many years of speculation and controversy, HAARP in Alaska has now allegedly been shut down by the US military.

Whilst HAARP, which stands for
High-Frequency Auroral Research Program, is supposedly nothing more than a set of antenna arrays used to predict the weather, a simple Google search for HAARP brings up thousands of pages of conspiracy theories surrounding the program and it has become known mainly as a weather modification program.

Some people claim that HAARP was used to control the weather in order to affect the mood of a population, whereas others believed that HAARP was used for psychotronic mind control purposes.

When Managing Director of HAARP, John Hecksher, was presented with a 600-page report proving he was lying during a video interview, he admitted that HAARP works by shooting a particle beam into the ionosphere at a radiated power level of 3.6MW.

Whereas some whistleblowers claim that the particle beams are used to shoot down UFO's, others claim that HAARP is used to artificially induce earthquakes. In fact, former president of Venezuala, Hugo Chavez, claimed that HAARP was used to trigger the Haiti earthquake.

In addition former president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, claimed in 2010 that HAARP was responsible for causing the devastating flooding in Pakistan. Also, the Russian parliament aired concerns about the US military using HAARP to further develop weather weapons.

Now the US Air Force is set to shut down HAARP, claiming:

"We're moving on to other ways of managing the ionosphere, which the HAARP facility was really designed to do. HAARP is no longer an area that we have any need for in the future. We have finished our work that we've wanted to do up there, and we are moving on to other ways of managing the ionosphere. That's what HAARP is designed to do, to be able to inject energy into the ionosphere and control it."

However, the question remains; has the US Air Force really shut down HAARP?

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