The Space Fence and HAARP Technology: “Anywhere” Can Be Targeted

Hit the Space Fence grid with interferometric HAARP technology and “anywhere” can be targeted, signaled, frequency’d, and amplified.

Let’s begin by recapping a mental picture of the Space Fence.

First, the easy part

Add the radar and StarFire laser installations on Earth. the microwave towers, ionospheric heaters, wind farms, fracking wells, utility grids, satellites, etc.

A little more difficult is the invisible Smart Grid chemically threaded throughout the charged atmosphere, thanks to constant ionization of nanoparticles, trillions laid daily, and laser zapping of highly conductive carbon nanotubes, sowed by jets, rockets, satellites, the ISS, etc.

Methane (CH4)

Now add the methane (CH4) permeating Earth’s atmosphere and piled up on the ocean floors to the massive nanoparticle production going on simultaneously via jets, rockets, and drones with AI-run lasers busy constructing self-replicating nanoassemblies.

And there you have it — a super-conductive Space Fence planetary grid.

HAARP Technology

Now, hit the Space Fence grid with interferometric HAARP technology and anywhere can be targeted, signaled, frequency’d, and amplified.

Now put it all to work

Torch a building and discharge the energy of a Hiroshima bomb in the plasma of the flames, using the scale of potential of the charged sky, as occurred in the double-blast events Tianjin, China (2015) and Beirut, Lebanon (2020).

Tianjin, China Explosion
Beirut, Lebanon Explosion

Excerpts from “ Trans-humanism: How the environment has been weaponized by chemicals, electromagnetism, and nano- technology for synthetic biology” by Elena Freeland

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: