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Geoengineering in Alaska

Alaska has received some strange weather lately. It’s been weird for the last couple decades or so, but there seems to have been some sort of correlative spike in these enigmatic weather patterns to two possible scenarios that have unfolded within the last couple decades in Alaska: global climate change or the insidious grand-daddy of modern-day conspiracy theories: Gakona Alaska’s HAARP Facility.

GeoengineeringFor those unfamiliar, this stands for High Active Auroral Research Project, and to those who are already familiar with the facilities, it is considered an archetypal evil, the haunted castle on the outskirts of town, looming over the citizens at night as a lightning bolt crackles behind it (no pun intended). No-Nonsense Naysayers will argue endlessly that weather modification and geoengineering is nonsense and a total impossibility, but a brief look into the science of electromagnetic interplay that creates weather patterns, and the type of electromagnetic satellite capability at the HAARP facilities will show that regardless of what it is actually being used for, it is theoretically quite easy for HAARP to go about a variety of weather modifications with the type of EM activity that they are stimulating in the ionosphere (where these weather patterns are engaged). But could this really be the reason for the irregular weather patterns that have continued to the comment of all the citizens of Alaska?

Let’s put it this way: humans are definitely damaging their ecosystem and using it irresponsibly, and the effects of this misuse can be seen on the Earth today–but “global warming/climate change” as a political agenda is pseudoscience formulated by a liberal-agendized elitist scam. So at this point, HAARP is becoming more and more of a suspect. Over the years, the facility has received a menacing undertone, as described above, and has been associated with a variety of different concepts, such as: modification of weather patterns, triggering earthquakes, thought modification (mind control), chemtrail theory, and radio communication modulation through effect to the ionosphere. With respect to any of the theories that might be set out for some of these other concepts, this article will seek to solely address the modification of weather patters, earthquakes, and radio communication modulation–but it should be noted that the human brain is not very far off from a radio transmitter.

To a different matter for further context, Alaskan politics is run as the rest of western politics: like a mafia. Consider Dr. Nick Begich Jr. for a moment, and consider that he is the brother the prior Senator of Alaska, Mark Begich, who succeeded former Senator Ted Stevens, who died in a plane crash in 2010. Consider also that Nick and Mark are the sons to former US House of Representative Nick Begich Sr., who disappeared mysteriously on a plane flight to Juneau in 1972 and was never found. Begich was actually flying to the capital to hear the final vote for the campaign for the next representative for Alaska–a vote that would be revealed to be in Begich’s favor–and because of his disappearance, Don Young won the election, and has since been reelected to the representative seat over twenty times. It is known in close circles that all these families are quite familiar with each other, as Alaska’s population makes it a small place; and the one family that has managed to keep its hand out of the hornet’s nest are the Murkowskis.

Frank Murkowski dominated Alaskan politics as a Senator for two decades from 1981 to 2002, when he became governor of the state for another four years. When he resigned from his seat in the Senate, Murkowski appointed his daughter Lisa in his place. Lisa Murkowski won the next run for the Senate seat, ran for another election after that, initially lost–and then actually won anyway by running on the ballot as a “write-in” candidate. To keep this concise, many have speculated the Murkowskis’ possible pension for mysterious plane crashes in Alaskan politics; and to bring this full circle, in this bubbling cauldron of backwoods politics, there is Nick Begich Jr., who co-authored the book Angels Don’t Play This HAARP in 1995 with journalist Jean Manning.

GeoengineeringSo now that the political backdrop of these Alaskan HAARP facilities has been addressed, (the second facility termed HIPAS Observatory) the science can be further addressed. The facilities were built in 1993 and 1986, respectively, and it is said that they were contracted for development in order to find a larger market to utilize Alaska’s North Slope Gas Pipeline. A patent by plasma physicist, Bernard J Eastlund proved to be a major foundation for HAARP research. Under contract to ARCO Power Technologies Inc., Eastlund developed a major patent to help stimulate the market of the North Slope Pipeline, which ARCO owned half of all natural gas from at the time. This patent was a concept for defensive applications, which took huge amounts of natural gas through what is called a magneto-hydrodynamic generator, in order to produce electricity, then turning this electricity into a field of the most massive antennas on the planet.

Eastlund’s patent is an extension of Nikola Tesla’s work with the earth’s ionosphere in the early 1900’s; it is US Patent # 4,686,605 and is titled “Method and Apparatus for Altering a Region in the Earth’s Atmosphere, Ionosphere; and/or Magnetosphere.” Taken from Dr. Begich’s

“The Eastlund ionospheric heater was different [from traditional technology]; the radio frequency (RF) radiation was concentrated and focused to a point in the ionosphere. This difference throws an unprecedented amount of energy into the ionosphere. The Eastlund device would allow a concentration of one watt per cubic centimeter, compared to others only able to deliver about one millionth of one watt.”

The patent discusses interrupting the viscosity (to be descriptive and not scientific) of the ionosphere by synthesizing the sun’s regulatory weather systems, heating the water molecules in the ionosphere with these massive and centralized radio antennas. Begich and researchers describe this as “putting holes in the sky” from an electromagnetic perspective, something that is scientifically termed “cyclotron resonance,” and the scientific implications behind this type of radio frequency administration is intimidating. Despite what some people like to argue, HAARP was actually instrumental during its operations in tampering with and augmenting the legendary and naturally occurring Aurora Borealis in the northern night skies. 

The same basic science behind HAARP’s modulation of the Aurora Borealis is the essential premise for their weather modification on a grand scale, and in layman description can be categorized as: stimulating naturally unfolding weather patterns in the ionosphere. This is why it is called “geoengineering” or “weather modification” and not “weather creating”–because it’s augmentation. In further argument, this is also the basic theory behind HAARP’s reputation for earthquakes. Again, whether or not one concedes that the HAARP facilities engaged in these practices, the science completely backs up their capability.

GeoengineeringTo summarize this brief overview of such a colossal concept like HAARP, Raytheon now owns Bernard Eastlund’s patents, which means that through association with the US Government, HAARP has the legal capability and capacity for all of the technologies discussed in this article and much more; and while these facilities were reportedly shut down in Alaska in the mid 2000’s, this still raises some stark questions. Firstly, was this a ploy to hide further activity there? Or, perhaps more likely, did HAARP’s experimental tampering with the ionosphere leave lingering alterations to Alaska’s localized weather patterns? While these points are admittedly a bit more speculative, the facts remain that only a surface-level amount of authentic research into the facilities’ history and technologies shows that they are capable of a vast amount more than they would ever care to let on.

With no end in sight to the dog-eat-dog inner demeanor of Alaskan politics, and the fact that Begich Jr. has been at the game since 1995, it appears that from a glass-half-full perspective, people are just now beginning to get more curious about the impact that some of these advanced research facilities could have on their local climates and communities. But with this perspective in mind, there does indeed seem to be an increase in the curiosity towards projects like HAARP amongst citizens. While most are unfamiliar with the traditional Alaskan White Alice Communication Systems of the Cold War era, HAARP can very much be considered a 2.0 extension of these communication/defense efforts, and in reality these types of projects have been in the making in Alaska for decades and decades. There is even a substantial lore surrounding the possibility of these experimental communications networks uncovering an ancient underground pyramid in the mountains of Alaska, west of Denali–through the pyramid’s natural electromagnetic resonance.

So what the hell is going on in Alaska? It’s anyone’s guess, but locals like Dr. Begich paint a very ominous picture.


Anthony Tyler
A journalist and author from Anchorage, Alaska, Anthony Tyler aims to twist the knife in both phony new-age ideals and scientific materialism by drawing attention to the rich heritage of esoteric science throughout history. Far from being “satanist,” the esoteric (i.e. occultism or comparative religion) marks the beginning of mathematics, astronomy, psychology, medicine, and even politics. Esoteric science represents a cache of little-known knowledge detailing how to decipher the human's unconscious mind--and the unconscious mind is essentially everything that the human mind is not considering at any given moment.

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