Physicist: HAARP Manipulates Time
By Terrence Aym | BeforeIt’sNews
Factions of three of the largest governments in the world—the United States of America, the Russian Federation, and the Peoples Republic of China—may be cutting orders to eliminate a man who they see as one of the most dangerous in the world. No, he’s not the world’s most hunted multi-national terrorist, nor even a mad scientist with a new virus that can wipe out humanity.
The most dangerous man in the world may be Brazilian physicist Dr. Fran De Aquino.
De Aquino [right] hasn’t developed a death ray or obtained secret launch codes to the world’s nuclear missiles. He’s done something potentially much worse: he’s spilled the scientific and technological beans of the greatest secret in the world: the ultimate purpose of HAARP.
A brilliant physicist published a revolutionary paper citing 30 other scientific papers that reveal HAARP has incredible powers far beyond what most investigators of the high frequency energy technology suspect. Dr. Fran De Aquino asserts a fully functional HAARP network, activated globally, can not only affect weather and geophysical events, but influence space and gravity…even time itself! Now the network is almost complete with the activation of the newest HAARP facilities at the bottom of the world: the desolate and alien Antarctic. Will the masters of HAARP become the masters of time too?
HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) now has installations criss-crossing the world and extends from pole-to-pole. The Antarctic facilities are near completion.
De Aquino, whose paper High-power ELF radiation generated by modulated HF heating of the ionosphere can cause earthquakes, cyclones and localized heating [PDF], lifts the veil hiding the HAARP wizards...
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