Multiple Events Seen in Sept 1979 from Afghanistan

Strange lurid glow that flared silently over the Hindu Kush;  as described by Nick Downie.

The SUNDAY TIMES, 17 August 1980

Figure 12A.  Witness to a Super-Weapon?

        The London Sunday Times of 17 August 1980 contained information and a photo-sketch of incidents of sighting of the testing of very large Tesla globes deep within the Soviet Union. The sightings were made from Afghanistan by British war cameraman Nick Downie. The phenomena seen were in the direction of the Saryshagan Missile Test Range, which -- according to the U.S. Defense Department’s Soviet Military Power, 1986 -- contains one or more large directed energy weapons (DEWs).
        Even though Downie was seeing the giant globe of light from a great distance, it flared silently over the Hindu Kush and expanded to subtend an arc of about 20 degrees, dimming as it expanded. (An arc of 20 degrees subtended by an object many hundreds of miles distant indicates an object of well over a hundred miles in diameter. This gives some idea of the enormous energy being controlled and manipulated by these Soviet weapons.).
        Downie saw the sight on more than one occasion in September 1979.


        In the same month -- September 1979 -- a stationary luminous globe containing a vertical stripe of black in the center was seen in the sky off Saint Petersburg, Florida. This particular type of sighting in that area has been previously correlated with times of known activity at Saryshagan.
        Further, in the same month U.S. nuclear-warning Vela satellites detected a mysterious "nuclear flash" over the South Atlantic, off  the coast of Africa. Controversy has raged in U.S. intelligence and scientific circles to this day as to whether a nuclear explosion or some other mechanism produced the flash.
         Indeed, the flash may have been produced by a scalar EM howitzer from Saryshagan as one more "ping" of the U.S. intelligence system, to ascertain whether or not it knew anything about scalar EM howitzers. Again, the negative response told them with high confidence that (1) we still didn’t know about scalar EM stuff, and (2) we were still absolutely defenseless against the Soviet scalar EM weaponry.
         In 1980, a second "Vela flash" was reported. This time it occurred in the infrared region only, which positively rules out any sort of nuclear explosion. Even this increased stimulus still evoked a U.S. action that revealed total ignorance of scalar EM weaponry.
        An alternate possibility for the September 1979 Vela flash also exists: countries not hostile to the U.S. may have tested a scalar EM weapon that produced the flash.
        At any rate, from Downie’s sightings, it is highly probably that the DEW weaponry at Saryshagan Mi ssil e Test Range was active i n September 1979, and was producing huge Tesla globes. If the DEWs at Saryshagan can produce the giant luminous Tesla globe, they almost certainly are scalar EM interferometers and can produce the giant Tesla shields as well. Downie reported other earlier sightings of similar phenomena seen by Afghans deep within the Soviet Union in the same direction toward Saryshagan.
        Briefly let us cover the uses of such a "giant globe" or spherical shell of glowing EM energy and plasma.
        By placing such a "giant globe" thousands of kilometers out away from the defended heartland, an entire arc of the sky can be defended against long-range ballistic missile attack in midcourse. During their midcourse trajectory, the attacking missiles would have to penetrate the globular shell twice, exposing them to giant internal EMPs twice. A very high probability thus exists that all missiles entering the space occupied by the globe are dudded upon entry and/or exit. This includes the electronics inside the nuclear warheads themselves. Also, this is particularly effective against MIRV and MARV missile carriers, since the multiple re-entry vehicles are normally still on the main vehicle during most of midcourse. The use of this midcourse ABM globe defense greatly reduces the number of vehicles arriving at the latter part of midcourse and at the terminal phase of their trajectory.
        By using a smaller, more intense globe and placing it on incoming clusters of objects or single objects, both EMP and intense local heating are used against the objects. This is suitable in the latter part of midcourse and in the terminal phase of ICBM’s, IRBM’s, SLBM’s, and cruise missiles. It is also useful against incoming strategic bombers and their air-to-surface missiles, both ballistic and cruise.
        Two modes of the globes -- especially the small ones -- can be used. First, the continuous mode can be used to "fry" or vaporize incoming objects in a relatively small volume (say two or three tens of kilometers in diameter). Second, the "pulse" mode can be used to "service" all incoming objects, whether or not they have passed through the "large globe" midcourse defense. This provides an additional guarantee of killing the objects; discrimination is not required, just service all of them. The exposure of all incoming objects to multiple attacks raises the probability of kill to essentially 100%, or as close to that as one wishes. Of course the incoming vehicle may still encounter a terminal defense consisting of the Tesla shield and associated roving "quickshot" small intense globes.
        In short, with these systems an essentially 100% ABM and anti-bomber defense is possible. Further, the Soviets have possessed such an effective defense for two decades, just as they have openly stated.

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