148 PL/GP Technical Memorandum No.195; "Presentations from the HAARP Workshop on Ionospheric Heating Diagnostics, 30 April-2 May 1991, Phillips Laboratory (AFSC), Hanscom AFB, MA. 01731-5000"; Editor, Major Drew Fisher; October 22,1991.
The document was developed from
presentation notes and papers delivered at Hanscom Air Force Base
between April 30, and May 1, 1991, and was 613 pages long. The
meeting developed HAARP specifications, and provided insights into
the hopes of project planners.
This revealing paragraph explained how the government could say, in slick word games, that there was no record or that there was no published document available when one was requested.
They considered the document a "private communication" of the sort that would not be readily available under a freedom of information request, In the "Foreword" (page iii), the intent to hide this important document became more clear,
How do you print a pile of documents 613 pages thick, and say it "does not constitute publication"? "Non-published" material does not exist, so it will not be produced unlike a classified document which the government at least has to acknowledge is not available for release.
This document's very existence could be denied and it would
never be produced through normal channels. It becomes obvious, upon
reading the document, why they did not want it out to the public.
This particular document sort of kicked a few holes in the song and
dance given by the government in the public meetings by program
planners. We know there are additional Technical Memoranda on the
project. Perhaps these other documents will come to light.
First, a system of ionospheric heaters, as these radio transmitters are described by the government, was suspected by Begich and Manning to be networked in a web of cooperation which would allow for these devices to be used together.
If these ionospheric heaters could be used in resonance (harmony) with each other, a significantly larger effect could be realized through their collective energies being focused at a point far above the Earth. This particular memorandum revealed that this was exactly what the military had intended. It was also obvious that the military had been working with the systems in the USSR as well as the West in recent years.
We discovered mat the maps issued by the HAARP program managers neglected to list a number of transmitter
sites around the world, including systems in Greenland, the South
Pacific, Japan, and Europe (Eiscat) among others. The Technical
Memorandum showed that this program would run a number of
experiments together with these other transmitters and diagnostic
The global shield
concept envisioned by Eastlund began to make a lot more sense in
light of these systems being used together. If these transmitters
could be tuned in resonance (harmony) with each other, a very large
effect could be obtained. If those positioned around the northern
latitudes were turned on and tuned just so, they would energize a
very large portion of the ionosphere, creating many of the effects
described in the patents and sought by the military.
Blackbeard is part of the
Alexis satellite. This was another very expensive project which was
funded separately from HAARP. It should also be remembered that Los
Alamos is the heart of some of the most secret defense systems in
the world, including "nonlethal" RF radiation weapons which are
explored in another chapter of this book.
These flashes can not be explained in terms of known
science. They are extremely short in duration, which is why they
were not detected years ago. The gamma rays themselves are found at
over 30 - to 100 kilometers above the cloud tops. This new knowledge
was later confirmed by further investigations conducted by the
Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Dr. Bernard Eastlund had the missing link through his patents which describe a system capable of packing unheard of power densities into the ionosphere, levels which could pierce the natural shield which protects us all from being bombarded by death delivering cosmic radiations. The possibilities presented in the other APTI controlled patents took Eastlund's basic concept forward toward applications predicted as early as the 1950's.
It is doubtful that Eastlund understood the reach his device would have, or the state of the technologies which he helped to enhance with his invention. To the military, Dr. Eastlund was just an outsider unknown to military planners, and a person who was too open about his science.
what they needed, through their research surrogates at APTI and
within the University research centers, and moved forward without
"Atmospheric Scientists Puzzle Over High-Altitude Flashes", Science,Vol264,May27,1994,