1886-8: Nikola Tesla
invents system of Alternating Current power source and
transmission system. As 60-pulse-per-second (hertz) AC power
grids spread over the land, Mom Earth will eventually dance
to a different beat than her usual 7-8 hertz frequency.
1900: Tesla applies for
patent on a device to transmit Electrical Energy Through the
Patent #787,412 issued for above
(click right image)
1924: Confirmation that
radio waves bounce off ionosphere (electrically-charged
layer starting at altitude of 50 kilometers).
1938: Scientist proposes
to light up night sky by electron gyrotron heating from a
1940: Tesla announces
"death ray" invention.
1945: Atomic bomb tests
begin 40,000 electromagnetic pulses to follow.
identifies 7.83 hertz resonant frequency of the earth.
1958: Van Allen radiation
belts discovered (zones of charged particles trapped in
earths magnetic field) 2,000+ miles up. Violently disrupted
in the same year.
1958: Project Argus, U.S.
Navy explodes 3 nuclear bombs in Van Allen belt.
1958: White House advisor
on weather modification says Defense Dept. studying ways to
manipulate charges "of earth and sky, and so affect the
1960: Series of weather
1961?: Copper needles
dumped into ionosphere as "telecommunications shield".
1961: Scientists propose
artificial ion cloud experiments. In 1960’s the dumping of
chemicals (barium powder etc.) from satellites/rockets
1961-62: Soviets and USA
blast many EMPs in atmosphere, 300 megatons of nuclear
devices deplete ozone layer by about 4%.
1962: Launch of Canadian
satellites & start of stimulating plasma resonances by
antennas within the space plasma.6
1966: Gordon J. F.
MacDonald publishes military ideas on environmental
1960’s: In Wisconsin, US
Navy Project Sanguine lays ELF antennae.
1968: Moscow scientists
tell the West that Soviets pinpointed which pulsed magnetic
field frequencies help mental & physiological functions and
which do harm.
1972: First reports on "ionospheric
heater" experiments with high frequency radio waves, at
Arecibo. 100-megawatt heater in Norway built later in
decade; can change conductivity of auroral ionosphere.
1973: Documentation that
launch of Skylab `’halved the total electron content of the
ionosphere for three hours" (by rocket exhaust gases).
1973: Recommendations for
study of Project Sanguine’s biological effects denied by
1974: United Nations
General Assembly bans environmental warfare.
experiments at Plattesville, Colorado; Arecibo, Puerto Rico;
and, Armidale, New South Wales heat "bottom side of
1974: Experiments airglow
brightened by hitting oxygen atoms in ionosphere with
1975: Stanford professor
Robert Helliwell reports that VLF from power lines is
altering the ionosphere.
1975: U. S. Senator
Gaylord Nelson forces Navy to release research showing that
ELF transmissions can alter human blood chemistry.
1975: Pell Senate
Subcommittee urges that weather & climate modification work
be overseen by civilian agency answerable to U.S. Congress.
1975: Soviets begin
pulsing "Woodpecker" ELF waves, at key brainwave rhythms.
Eugene, Oregon, one of locations where people were
1976: Drs. Susan Bawin &
W. Ross Adey show nerve cells affected by ELF fields.’s
1979: Launch of NASA’s
third High-Energy Astrophysical Observatory causes
large-scale, artificially-induced depletion in the
ionosphere. Plasma hole caused by "rapid chemical processes"
between rocket exhaust and ozone layer." "ionosphere was
significantly depleted over a horizontal distance of 300 km
for some hours."
1985: Bernard J. Eastiund
applies for patent "Method and Apparatus for Altering a
Region in the Earth’s Atmosphere, ionosphere and/or
Magnetosphere,’’ (First of 3 Eastiund patents assigned to
ARCO Power Technologies Inc.)
1986: US Navy Project
Henhouse duplicates Delgado (Madrid) experiment -- very
low-level, very-low-frequency pulsed magnetic fields harm
chick embryos. 20
1980’s: In the later part
of the decade the U.S. begins network of
Emergency Network (GWEN) towers, each to generate Very Low
Frequency (VLF) waves for defense purposes .
1987-92: Other APTI
scientists build on Eastiund patents for development of new
1994: Military contractor
E-Systems buys APTI, holder of Eastiund patents and contract
to build biggest ionospheric heater in world (HAARP).
1994: Congress freezes
funding on HAARP until planners increase emphasis on
earth-penetrating tomography uses, for nuclear counter
1995: Raytheon buys
E-Systems and old APTI patents. The technology is now hidden
among thousands of patents within one of the largest defense
1995: Congress budgets
$10 million for 1996 under "nuclear counterproliferation"
efforts for HAARP project.
1995: HAARP planners to
test patent number 5,041,834 in September.
1994-6: Testing of
first-stage HAARP (euphemistically named High frequency
Active Auroral Research Program) equipment continues,
although funding was frozen.
1996: HAARP planners to
test the earth-penetrating tomography applications by
modulating the electroject at Extremely Low Frequencies
1998: Projected date for
fully-operating HAARP system.