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ALERT: NWO Tests Project Bluebeam in China, Entire Holographic Cityscape Projected Over River

19 Jun
Four Horsemen of Apocalypse, by Viktor Vasnets...

Christian author Kathleen A. Keating warned the world about the coming global apostasy of new age guru "Maitreya" in her 2005 best selling book "The Final Warning."

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For those still unfamiliar with Project Blue Beam, please study these links:

http://alternativenewsreport.net/haarp-blue-beam-smoking-gun/

http://2012poleshift.wetpaint.com/page/NWO+Project+Blue+Beam%3A+False+Holographic+Second+Coming

Here is the video proof [ see below at end ] . Pay attention to fake images being projected in the skies and on horizons. They are working up to something with these supposedly innocent presentations. These presentations are Psy Ops designed to acclimate people to “mirage imagery” and to artificial landscapes, etc. Don’t be fooled by the false aerial imagery of a make-believe Second Coming which will eventually be used to introduce false messiah “Maitreya” to the world.

See also: 333crucible.wordpress.com – this entire blog authored by yours truly, is dedicated to educating the world public about secret NWO plans to introduce new age guru “Maitreya” to the world as the global “world teacher” and “second coming” of Christ in the near future. I have been writing about this issue and warning readers and subscribers for at least three years about Maitreya. Christian author Kathleen Keating wrote about him six years ago in her tell all book: Final Warning.”

The Best of Kathleen Keating: Radio Interviews, Links, Research

Feb 26, 2010 Kathleen Keating authored a book in 1999 called “Final Warning” which identified Maitreya to the world. He was so ruffled that she managed
2012poleshift.wetpaint.com/…/The+Best+of+Kathleen+Keating%3A+Radio+Interviews,+Links,+Research,+EssaysCachedSimilar

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Tag Archives: final warning book by athleen keating The Woman Who Intimidated the Antichrist: Kathleen Keating on Coast to Coast Am Radio,
https://altnewsreport.wordpress.com/…/finalwarningbook-by-athleen-keating/Cached

I wrote and posted 333 Crucible in January 2010 after Raj Patel appeared on the Steve Colbert TV show and Benjamin Creme inferred in a speech in London that Patel was Maitreya. Patel, however, is not the same man who appeared in Nairobi Kenya in 1988 as a manifestation of “Maitreya.” Learn all that you can about Project Blue Beam, the relationship between the UN and Share International, and their joint promotion of “Maitreya” as a coming [false ] world savior.

CK Hunter

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SMOKING GUN: Citizen Journalists Locate Irrefutable Evidence of HAARP Blue Beam’s Use of Chemtrails for Projecting Holograms

30 Mar
HAARP antenna array

HAARP Arrays

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I’ve been writing for four years now about UN and US DOD HAARP Project Blue Beam. The UN documents describing Project Blue Beam and how the NWO and UN plan to use the actual projection of “indoctrinating holograms” onto the atmosphere itself to create convincing but fraudulent “second coming” imagery are located on my original Wiki and have been hidden there in plain sight for four years. This is the NWO‘s most ludicrous, heinous and preposterous plan yet for trying to install a one world government on the unsuspecting people of the world, by employing the ultimate in faked imagery to try to achieve their goals.

See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d40afX7vwfo

Every American and every person on earth who can understand this post needs to realize that they can’t possibly pull this off if the people of the world know what they are doing with these projected images. The documents shown in the video below ARE REAL. They literally prove, once again, that what writers and researchers like me have been mocked for trying to explain  and reveal to people for years, is not just conspiracy theory, but solid Black Ops hard science and fact. They intend to try to do this and it all ties in with the advent of “Maitreya” and the so called “Day of Declaration” which has long been planned by the UN, which sponsors “Maitreya” and Share International, his online presence.

Now adding to the evidence which I have detailed exhaustively for years avout all this, YT citizen journalists have uncovered government documents which explain in exhaustive detail how barium and strontium micro-particles in the atmosphere can be used to receive and hold projected holographic images. This video below clinches it for me. It’s smoking gun evidence that puts the capstone on the people’s revealing of the dirty little secrets their government is and has been up to since the early 1980s when HAARP technology was first developed.

Watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d40afX7vwfo&feature=player_embedded

There are being planned and tested many secret uses for HAARP technology that circumvent due process of congress, and the entire HAARP program needs to be investigated and brought under public and legal scrutiny immediately, before the runaway mad scientists operating this technology plan any more heinous uses for it.

Here is the video and below it are links to the many articles and essays I have written about HAARP technology and the ungodly plans our government has made for some very WRONG uses of it.

CK Hunter

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Breaking: New HAARP Rings Over Perth Australia Exactly Like Ones Seen By Thousands in January 2010

29 Mar

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In January 2010 I posted a web article, video clips and related science documents that had captured the most bizarre aerial manifestation seen in modern times. The HAARP rings which were caught on radar during that event, which were seen and documented by thousands of people in Australia, along with radar technicians, astronomers and other scientists, were almost as large as the state of Texas. These man-made HAARP rings were colossal in size.

No official explanation has ever been provided for what these enormous “spiraling rings” over Australia were one year ago, and now, one year later, they have appeared again. What the hell is going on in our skies? We need to demand answers and explanations.

One year ago:

http://biblicaltimes.wordpress.com/2011/02/28/haarp-australia-2010/

http://socioecohistory.wordpress.com/2011/01/19/colin-andrews-seen-on-radar-by-thousands-today-over-australia-haarp-radar-signatures/

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26 Mar
Clouds along a jet stream over Canada.

The Pacific Jet Stream Aerial View

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http://www.jaif.or.jp/english/

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http://www.radiationnetwork.com/

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http://www.epa.gov (click on radiation update)

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dutch radiation monitoring:

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swiss radiation monitoring:

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Finland radiation monitoring:

http://www.yle.fi/tekstitv/html/P160_01.html

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French radiation monitoring: (thanks to youtube user: RehKurts ! )

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jet stream forecasting:

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Just Exactly What Are the HAARP Scientists Really Doing?

22 Mar
HAARP antenna array

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Since this information is already in the public domain in PDF form I thought readers would be interested to peruse this HAARP bibliography from 2000-2007 and see what kinds of reports and papers have been written on a variety of toipics. Truth researchers, knock yourselves out. Go for it.

CK Hunter

HAARP Bibliography 2000-2007
Credit: PARS / GI
Compiled by
Keith B. Mather Library
Geophysical Institute
The HAARP Bibliography as an electronic database
can be searched at this URL:
http://137.229.30.81/rmwp?&func=advSearch
HAARP BIBLIOGRAPHY 1990-2007
1. Afonin, V. V., Alexeyer, V. N., Ivenko, I. B., Khalipov, V. L., Stepanov, A. E., Erason, A. N., &
Kondabarov, A. V. (2000). Satellite and ground-based measurements of the SAR-arc phenomena.
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth C, 25(1-2), 63-66.
2. Anderson, P. C. (2001). A survey of spacecraft charging events on the DMSP spacecraft in LEO. European
Space Agency (Special Publication), ESA SP(476), 331-336.
3. Andreasen, A. M., Begenesich, J., Fremouw, E., Holland, E., & Mazzella, A. J. (2004). Ionospheric
measurements in the wake of solar maximum. (Report No. NWRABECR04R274
AFRLVSHATR20041125 // ADA427533). Northwest Research Associates, Inc., Bellevue, WA.
Notes: 145 pages.
4. Andreasen, A. M., Fremouw, E. J., & Mazzella, J. F. (1999). Sensor and analysis developments for
near-earth plasma density investigations. (Report No. NWRACR99R208 // AFRLVSTR20001580
ADA401954). Northwest Research Associates, Inc., Bellevue, WA.
Notes: 43 pages.
5. Andreasen, C. C., Fremouw, E. J., Holland, E. A., Mazzella, A. J., & Rao, G. (1998). Investigations of the
effects of ionospheric total electron content and scintillation on transionospheric radio wave
propagation. (Report No. NWRACR98R186 // AFRLVSHATR980120 // ADA402136). Northwest
Research Associates, Inc., Bellevue, WA.
Notes: 46 pages.
6. Andreasen, C. C., Fremouw, E. J., Mazzella, A. J., Rao, G. S., & Secan, J. A. (1998). Further investigations
of ionospheric total electron content and scintillation effects on transionospheric radiowave
propagation. (Report No. NWRACR98R177 // AFRLVSHATR980037 // ADA3456787).
Northwest Research Associates, Inc., Bellevue, WA.
Notes: 41 pages.
7. Andreason, A. M., Holland, E. A., Fremouw, E. J., Mazzella, A. J., & Rao, G. S. (2002). Investigations of
the nature and behavior of plasma-density disturbanced that may impact GPS and other
transionospheric systems. (Report No. NWRACR02R247 // AFRLVSTR20031540 // ADA417708).
Northwest Research Associates, Inc., Bellevue, WA.
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8. Anonymous. (1995). Alaskan details risk of High-Frequency Active Auroral research program in book.
Tundra Times, 3.
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62-69.
10. Anonymous. (1993). Environmental impact analysis process. Final environmental impact statement. Part 2.
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Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
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11. Anonymous. (1993). Environmental impact statement. Volume 1. Proposed High Frequency Active Auroral
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Stanford University, Space Telecommunications and Radioscience Lab, CA.
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Bellevue, WA.
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Data located on WWW Wayback Machine Confirms HAARP Is Doing Weather Modification

22 Mar
The HAARP HF Ionosonde Antenna

HAARP Ionosphere Antenna

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See also http://www.viewzone.com/haarp.exec.html

Try getting into this url [see jpeg below] to view the smoking gun evidence in HAARP technicians’ own words. Make PDfs and any other kind of visual record of the page that you can before they figure out that we are publishing this url and yank it offline. – Chase

Update: Ten minutes later, same day. Is it too late to see the smoking gun evidence filmed in the above video? I am still trying to get into this url below which appeared in the video. This is the new msg I now get when trying to load the page:

So this begs the question: If there is nothing to hide and no smoking gun evidence of HAARP weather modification, then why close the server and disallow visits to their earlier version website pages?  What are you hiding or removing HAARP guys? These guys are forever shooting themselves in the foot with self-incriminating actions. This looks like another one.

http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20040428232201/http://www-star.stanford.edu/~vlf/

As I continue to try to access this url noted above in the wayback machine, I am locating “other” documents that look way way worse. Each time I locate one I grab the text, the url, make a quick PDF and I will continue to post them to this page. Apparently the HAARP technicians have been installing some sort of technology in high schools, both along the west coast of Alaska, and along the east and west coast of the USA, for years, which is assisting them in their “HAARP campaigns.” Just exactly what the hell is a “HAARP campaign” anyway, and why are locals never made aware of these activities?

Here’s the exact text I just located from a military website, date 2001. You can find it at this url:

http://oai.dtic.mil/oai/oai?verb=getRecord&metadataPrefix=html&identifier=ADA405592

======== begin document =========

Accession Number : ADA405592

Title : Characterization of the Auroral Electrojet and the Ambient and Modified D Region for HAARP Using Long-Path VLF Diagnostics

Descriptive Note : Final rept. 27 Sep 1998-31 Dec 1999

Corporate Author : STANFORD UNIV CA SPACE TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND RADIOSCIENCE LAB

Personal Author(s) : Bell, Timothy F.

Handle / proxy Url : http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA405592

Report Date : 15 MAR 2001

Pagination or Media Count : 127

Abstract : During the period of performance a program of instrument construction, technique development, data acquisition, and data analysis was carried out in order to characterize the auroral electrojet and the ambient and modified D-region directly above and near the HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) facility in Alaska. To accomplish this goal, five VLF D-region diagnostic systems were constructed and deployed in five High Schools near the HAARP facility and along the west coast of Alaska. In addition in order to characterize the auroral electrojet on a continental scale and to allow prediction of its location, four VLF D-region diagnostic systems were constructed and deployed in four High Schools on the east coast of the United States and Canada. Data from the complete array of D-region diagnostic systems was acquired during a number of Fall and Spring HAARP campaigns during the period of performance. This data was then used to determine the state of the D-region above HAARP during the campaigns and to provide information on the location of the auroral electrojet. The salient scientific results from the observations were published in the scientific literature and also reported at the annual RF Ionospheric Interactions Workshop in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In addition a portion of this data formed one of the bases of a Ph.D. dissertation completed at Stanford University.

Descriptors : *AURORAE, *VERY LOW FREQUENCY, *ELECTROJETS, *D REGION, DATA PROCESSING, IONOSPHERE, HIGH FREQUENCY, ELECTRON DENSITY, DATA ACQUISITION, SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE.

Subject Categories : ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS
RADIOFREQUENCY WAVE PROPAGATION

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

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