HAARP: The Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy


This book is a serious attempt to discover who is really behind the HAARP project and how they plan to rule the world.

The HAARP project in Alaska is one of the most controversial projects ever undertaken by the U.S. government. This futuristic technology is everything from super-beam weapon to worldwide mind-control device. Jerry Smith gives us the history of this project and explains how it can be used as an awesome weapon of destruction. Smith exposes HAARP as a covert ...

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This book is a serious attempt to discover who is really behind the HAARP project and how they plan to rule the world.

The HAARP project in Alaska is one of the most controversial projects ever undertaken by the U.S. government. This futuristic technology is everything from super-beam weapon to worldwide mind-control device. Jerry Smith gives us the history of this project and explains how it can be used as an awesome weapon of destruction. Smith exposes HAARP as a covert military project and interconnects the web of conspiracies behind it. HAARP has many possible scientific and military applications, from planetary defense shield to a tool for pioneering deep into the earth. Smith leads the reader down a trail of solid evidence into ever deeper and scarier conspiracy theories. By the end of the book, Smith convinces the reader that HAARP represents the ultimate in science out of control. It could be the most dangerous device ever created.

Packed with information and the latest news on the massive HAARP project, this is a timely and significant look at a Star Wars-type future that may already be here.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780932813534
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
  • Publication date: 6/28/1998
  • Series: Mind-Control Conspiracy Series
  • Pages: 248
  • Sales rank: 486,893
  • Product dimensions: 6.16 (w) x 8.78 (h) x 0.65 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2006

    Not great reading but important to know!

    I wasskeptical about this book until i saw 2 names that jumped out at me mentioned in it.Dr. Jose Delgado, who himself had written a serious book on experiments involving radio signal control of the brain in bulls and such. If i had not seen and skimmed the book i would never know if Dr. Delgado was for real or not. The second, Al Frey, is a well-known purveyor of questionable information on a variety of topics through a service in California. I bought several of his works and they were pseudo-scientific AT BEST. The book lists Hanscom AFB in Massachusetts as the spokesman, where the program has been said to have been based in part. In addition, Yahoo! News had a story some time ago about the military wanting to control the weather which might be searchable in google.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2005

    Must read for anyone interested in knowing about HAARP!

    HAARP, is one of the most complete books about this topic I have read. Much research has obviously went into the creation of this book. I feel this is a must read book for anyone looking for information on this subject. If you are someone whom has just started seeking information, this is a good starting place. This book paints a very clear picture of what 'HAARP' could be/is about. For someone already researching this subject this book should be in your collection for sure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2004


    Of all the books I own, my favorites are the ones with all the answers in one place. This is such a marvelous works!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2002

    Important Information for Long Term Human Survival

    The only thing that irks me about Jerry E. Smiths book HAARP: The Ultimate Weapon Of The Conspiracy, is that I did not read it four years ago, in 1998, when it first came out. Where was I? Where was IT? I had made-do with the well written but necessarily short article on HAARP in Popular Science Magazine, by Mark Farmer, since 1995. A few references and strings on the internet, but nothing truly definitive: Mr. Smiths book is, if anything, definitive, and nothing has been spared as far as background information and supporting documentation is concerned. It is easy to see that a lot of time and effort has gone into Mr. Smiths research, and that is a good foundation for any book. It is also easy to see that Jerry E. Smith possesses an above average command-of-language, candor, and congeniality, which combine to form a powerful identity throughout the book. There is a sense of humor evident too, and some occassional, well considered touchstones of commentary that anchor the reader and give true pause. Click click click the pieces fall into place... This book covers in great depth a program of the United States Government, which is being explained away to the taxpayers as Science, but is in fact not just a weapon, but perhaps the greatest weapons system yet, capable of doings never before imagined. The stonewalling , dissembling, and outright lying by government officials ever since HAARPs inception is well documented here, and as the book progresses the picture becomes more than realistic, it becomes alarming in the extreme. A lot of the science used in the HAARP project has been hoarded and suppressed by the United States Government for nearly a century, methodically and purposefully, and this in itself speaks volumes. Science is not made secret for the benefit of the many. Science is made secret for the benefit of the few. Simple as that. One important thing this book will show you, in no uncertain terms, is how the people in your government, America, really are. It will show you exactly what kind of animals run you in the name of goodness and religion, and whatever else they can sucker you into believing. You are the enemy. Read this book. You will see it as clearly as you see your own reflection in a mirror. HAARP is the grand finale of the Take Over of America, done in broad daylight, though insidiously disguised, a little bit here, a little bit there. Without a shot. HAARP is the culmination of years of secrecy and HUGE expenditures of your tax dollars, America. It ties all the intelligence and law enforcement agencys together, for what can only be called ¿Super Surveillance¿ or perhaps ¿Super Control¿, or even ¿Occupying Force¿. This program of takeover here in America is reaching a fever pitch right now. This book is right on time, and needs to be read by as many people as possible, as quickly as possible. Published by Adventures Unlimited Press, Jerry E. Smiths book is a sleeper, part of a series by a publisher who covers a broad spectrum of human experience. One does not generally expect to find information of this caliber covered within this genre. This book by Mr. Smith has made me want to seek out others, by the same publisher. In fact, after learning what I have learned, I do believe I cannot afford not to. Jerry E. Smiths ¿HAARP: The Ultimate Weapon Of The Conspiracy¿, is in my opinion destined to become one of the futures most valuable historic documents. bg113002

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2001

    The Logical Next Step

    Most people were introduced to the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP) in 1995 when Dr. Nick Begich and Jeane Manning exposed the 'research' station on the North Slope of Alaska in the book Angels Don't Play This HAARP. HAARP: The Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy by Jerry Smith takes HAARP a few steps farther than Begich and Manning. Dr. Begich is a scientist who painstakingly described the science of HAARP and the many potential applications of its technology-good and evil. Smith, on the other hand, has been a dedicated student of our complex and often unjust world. Smith restates the science of HAARP to lay a solid foundation of the subject matter while articulating his lucid world view to explain why it is inevitable that HAARP's powerful weapons will be used against people. Smith also believes that HAARP, as commonly known to be located in Alaska, is a decoy. The history of HAARP, the compartmentalism of the development of its myriad applications and little clues that Smith has brought together make the compelling argument that HAARP is a versatile technology that has been put in place all over the world. HAARP: The Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy advances the thesis that, at a moment of 'their' choosing, HAARP will be capable of causing mischief on a scale we would only expect from God. The 256-page book is filled with photos and schematics which give the reader a clear sense of HAARP, how it evolved from the electrochemical genius of Nicola Tesla and how it will be used to subdue populations of people. The government's official line is that HAARP technology is being developed to enhance communications capabilities and has a few other benign applications. Smith and Dr. Begich agree that to believe that this powerful technology will not be used to further military and political agendas is naive. 'What could a nation or a conspiracy do with weapon that can 'fry' men's minds? What if you could induce emotions, fear or rage, at will? What if you could do it over a large area, affecting enemy troops on their way to battle? Whole cities? Even entire continents?' Smith asks. One has to admit that such talk is the territory of conspiracy 'theorists' and belongs in the science fiction department of the local library. However, the published science, much of which is also available through your public library, and recorded history, support the likelihood that HAARP will be used against people to achieve evil ends. 'We live in an age where science fiction is becoming fact faster than the futurists can get their visions into print,' Smith observes. Indeed. If you found Angels Don't Play This HAARP fascinating, then HAARP: The Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy will be the next logical step in understanding what HAARP means to those upon whom it will be used and those who desire to have access to such powerful weapons.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2000


    As the author of HAARP: The Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy, there are a few things I would like you to know. HAARP is not fiction, science fiction nor fantasy. It is a real project being constructed in Alaska at taxpayor expense. It is a joint venture of the University of Alaska and research divisions of the United States Navy and Air Force. All three of these entities have websites for HAARP, so you can verify its existence for yourself. When completed, in 2002, HAARP will be the world's largest radio transmitter -- but it is not intended to broadcast for human entertainment. It will put 3.6 billion watts of radio frequency energy into a focused spot (about 50 miles across) at the top of the atmosphere, in a region call the ionosphere. This will quite literally cause the ionosphere to boil. The operators of HAARP give three reasons for 'boiling' the ionosphere: first, putting energy into the atmosphere in a known way will allow them to see how the earth's systems react to it, and so learn more about the athmosphere -- or, as one HAARP detractor put it, kick Mother Nature in the pants real hard and see what She does. Secondly, scientists have discovered that when the athmosphere is boiled ('excited' to use their term) the air gives off a 'scream' of extremely low frequency (ELF) radiation. This ELF travels deep into the earth. Scientists with sensing equipment can read the return signal, creating a kind of 'dirt radar,' as some have called it. The United States Senate funded HAARP to peer deep into the ground around the world to help verify nuclear counterproliferation treaties. The Senate's Defense Appropiations Committee, Chaired by Ted Stevens (R) of Alaska (can you say 'pork barrel'?) was led to believe that HAARP could be used to find enemy underground bases, and manufacturing and launch facilities for weapons of mass destruction. At the same time the Navy got interested in HAARP, wanting to do something even wilder with it. The Northern Lights, the aurora, is caused by a flow of electrons from outerspace that comes to earth at the poles, called the electrojet. The Navy wants to send the radio signal from the HAARP antenna array into the electrojet, causing the aurora to harmonize with it and rebroadcast it in the ELF range -- such a radio message would travel deep into the sea, allowing the Navy to communicate with deeply submerged submarines. I find it very distrubing that both of these military applications for HAARP, communicating with submarines and finding underground bases, involve irradiating at least the northern half of this planet in extremely low radio waves at exactly the same frequency that the human brain works at. There is a definate possibility that HAARP could cause disruption of mental functioning. Used unintentionally this could result in millions of people getting headaches, hearing wierd noises in their heads, and experiencing other health problems. Used intentionally HAARP could be little short of a global mind control device. I document the growing concern in main-stream medical science that background electromagnetic radiation (EMR), such as will be coming at us from HAARP, is a significant increasing cause for concern. One medical study published early this year found that women living near radio and television transmission towers had a 30% increase in their likelyhood of getting breast cancer. Another study found that across North America male sperm count was down, and attributed the decline to increased background EMR -- such as what HAARP will be adding to our daily lives. As for 'conspiracy' claims, frankly, I am a bit embarrassed by the 'C' word in the title. 'Conspiracy' was the flavor of the month when this book was commissioned. The publisher liked it, and, as we all know, the boss is the boss. Legally, a conspiracy is when two or more individuals engage in activities that are intended to culminate in the same unlawful result. The

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