"The idea of the invention is to
generate a beam of radio waves of enormous intensity and
direct this toward the upper atmosphere.
At certain altitudes, electron
cyclotron resonance heating of existing electrons would
cause further ionization of the neutral particles of the
atmosphere. Among the intended uses of the invention are to
disrupt microwave transmissions of satellites' or to cause
even total disruption of communications over a very large
portion of the earth.
Other intended uses include
weather modification, lifting large regions of the
atmosphere, and intercepting incoming missiles."
- Summation by Dr. Richard
Williams of Dr. Bernard Eastland's patent of the "Method and
Apparatus for Altering a Region in the Earth's Atmosphere,
Ionosphere, and/or Magnetosphere."
This question is at the forefront of
authors Jeane Manning's and Dr. Nick Begich's research and
inquiry into the U.S. Government's ground-based "Star Wars"
weapon which is being tested in a remote bush country of Alaska.
Angels Don't Play This HAARP is the
result of their search for truth about the Pentagon's project
that is quietly being built.
The $30 million project
euphemistically named HAARP is made to beam more than 1.7
gigawatts (billion watts) of radiated power into the ionosphere
- the electrically charged layer above the Earth's atmosphere.
Simply stated, the apparatus is a reversal of radio telescope:
transmitting instead of receiving.
The gap between the values we uphold and the scientific
knowledge we acquire is becoming a chasm. Science is projecting
our knowledge and civilization into the future at warp speed.
The HAARP story, (High-frequency Active Auroral Research
Project), at first glance, seems to be one of a harmless
But, with the aid of the intensive
and qualitative research presented by the authors in Angels
Don't Play This HAARP, the reader is offered another picture of
what the HAARP project may represent.
The book proposes that this new system manipulates the
environment in a way which can disrupt human mental processes,
jam all global communications systems, change weather patterns
over large areas, interfere with wildlife migration patterns,
negatively affect your health, and unnaturally impact the
Earth's upper atmosphere.
Their conclusion is that the HAARP
project represents a technology which could lead to a new class
of weapons that could change our world profoundly - an
all-purpose military tool. If misused, the tool could interfere
with the weather. It could be used against humanity in a way
that would change what people think, believe and feel. Many
technical notes can be played out on the HAARP project.
The intention of Angels Don't Play This HAARP is to call
for a moratorium on use of the super-powerful ionospheric
heaters until independent scientists and other non-military
decision makers can take an educated look at what the HAARP
project is genuinely about.
Written in a prose that is accessible yet states sophisticated
scientific concepts matter of factly, the book informs the
reader about crucial issues and provides a source list for
further information. The authors contend that the HAARP project
has been misrepresented by both the military contractors and by
its opponents. It is their hope that this book will open up the
debate to an informed public.
Jeane Manning is an experienced magazine journalist, reporter
for daily newspapers, and former editor of a community
newspaper. She is the co-author of Suppressed Inventions and
other Discoveries, and The Coming Energy Revolution.
Dr. Nick Begich has been pursuing independent research in the
sciences and politics for most of his adult life. He received
his doctorate in traditional medicine.
His research on the HAARP and
related technologies includes more than 400 documents spanning
80 years of technological development