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A Discordant H.A.A.R.P. May 15, 2011

Posted by nrhatch in Life Balance, Nature.

The relatively recent changes I’ve observed in our weather patterns has alarmed me.   We are still reeling from one disaster when the next strikes:

Katrina ~> Tsunami in Sri Lanka ~> Earthquake in Haiti ~> Tsunami in Japan

Now, it appears, that more than “global warming” may be behind the change in our global weather patterns:

It may be purposeful actions by the military causing a shift in the Jet Stream:

And Earthquakes in Haiti:

And Tsunamis in the South Pacific:

Watching videos like these about the possible uses of H.A.A.R.P. makes me question whether “we” will be around much longer:

I wish I had faith in our politicians.  I don’t.
I wish I had faith in our military leaders.  I don’t.
I wish I had faith in big business.  I don’t.

At the moment, I have NO faith in the powers-that-be, here or abroad.  And that fact, coupled with the realization that “they” may be mucking about with the weather, has caused a paradigm shift in my view of the world.

Why should I worry about my negligible future impact on the planet when our leaders are so short-sighted?

Why should I beat myself up about throwing away a banana peel, or flying across country to visit loved ones, when the powers-that-be may be engaging in weather warfare?

This is NOT the world I thought it was when I woke up yesterday morning.

And, even if conspiracy theorists are wrong about H.A.A.R.P. and its impact on the planet, there is ample evidence that our leaders are leading us in the WRONG direction:

Continued drilling for oil and gas in the Gulf of Mexico . . . slaughter of baby seals in Canada . . . on-going whaling and dolphin hunts by Japan . . . over fishing of our seas and oceans . . . a concerted failure to develop sustainable energy sources . . . continued reliance on dirty fossil fuels . . . the failure to ask for accountability from sub-prime mortgage lenders or BP.

Are we doomed?


Time will tell.

In the meantime, enjoy the present . . . for tomorrow we may die.

Quote:  On with the Dance!  Let Joy be unconfined.  ~ Lord Byron

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1. kateshrewsday - May 15, 2011

LOTS to think about today, Nancy. I can only hope the earth has a greater wisdom than that of the tiny occupants which seem so hell bent on misusing her resources.

nrhatch - May 15, 2011

I am hoping that someone can restore my hope, Kate ~ by directing me to some evidence that the conspiracy theorists are WRONG and that our leaders are leading us in the RIGHT direction.

On the plus side, enjoying the moment seems the only sensible approach to take. 😉

2. souldipper - May 15, 2011

The information you have provided so succinctly and conveniently, Nancy, is the very reason that David Wilcock is creating videos. He’s pushing out scientific data and input from top level sources that remind us of the power that comes from our remaining in a loving state of mind.

Science can now provide proof that meditation (power of group energies) does change the planet’s physical well-being. Staying positive, being loving, living in NOW sound too simple, but are proven antidotes against fear-mongering tactics.

Like you, I would prefer that the theorists be wrong. Unfortunately the evidence is pointing to the contrary.

David has a newsletter (the second last one) with a link to the FBI’s release of previously vaulted information about UFO activity that, as we all know ad nauseum, has been denied by our governments. It is document after document containing directions for cover-up: http://vault.fbi.gov/search?SearchableText=flying+saucers.

This type of information used to cause me to turn pages and scoff. However, I now suspect this is to be part of the Transformation of life on this planet – in every way.

If the conspiracy theorists are right, powers like HAARP are counting on controlling the masses through fear.

That’s what we have to avoid. That’s why it is critical for us to be informed and stay informed with positive findings as well.

Here’s a sampling of David Wilcock’s latest series of videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEyqT2_ricA&feature=player_embedded#at=219

nrhatch - May 15, 2011

Thanks, Amy!

I didn’t know whether you wanted me to link you with this post or not.

On the one hand, I am disheartened by the fact that I could even entertain the notion that the conspiracy theorists are correct ~ that’s how low my faith in our leaders has fallen.

On the other hand, I am in a great mood today. If “they” really are mucking about with the weather and that’s why we’ve seen an increase in the frequency and magnitude of natural disasters . . . I must as well enjoy whatever time we have left. 😉

If David Wilcox is right . . . staying positive is in everyone’s best interest.

souldipper - May 16, 2011

No, there was no need to link me, thanks, Nancy! This stuff is not Soul Dipper’s focal point. Your readers KNOW it’s not yours! 😀

I will admit, however, that I like the idea of power abuses being revealed. Hope the unraveling continues.

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

Quel idiotes!

3. Maggie - May 15, 2011

As much as I’d love to put my faith in world leaders, I just can’t. I hate how they all seem so driven by greed and their own selfish motives.

nrhatch - May 15, 2011

Same here, Maggie.

Power hungry, greedy, selfish, short-sighted . . . I have nothing positive to say about any of them at the moment.

4. Paula Tohline Calhoun - May 15, 2011

People will always disappoint us – at one time or another – it is probably unavoidable. The info you’ve presented is disheartening indeed, but we have to find in ourselves or through our faith a way to feed back the positivity that is within us.

I remember one time when my particular medical case was presented on “grand rounds” at a large teaching hospital in New England. One of the doctors present came up to me after the discussion and said, “With all the problems and mistakes and misdiagnoses that have happened with you, has it caused you to lose your faith in medicine?” I looked up at him (I was in a wheelchair) and said, “My faith has never been in medicine. That’s not where my faith belongs. . .” His head suddenly jerked up, and he got this weird look on his face, and then he got down on one knee, so he would be at eye level with me,smiled broadly and said,”Thank you. That sure takes some of the pressure off!” 😀

HAARP reminds me of Yeats poem, “The Second Coming.”
Here’s the link: http://www.potw.org/archive/potw351.html

“What rough beast” indeed?

nrhatch - May 15, 2011

I do not have faith in “God” . . . “God” hasn’t done a damn thing to protect us from natural or man-mind disasters.

5. SuziCate - May 15, 2011

I had to look up H.A.A.R.P…I’m really out of sorts! I find this info disheartening. I don’t trust the gov. or political system, seems they are only out for themselves. Also seems so much comes to light many years later like medical experiments done on poor people etc…

nrhatch - May 15, 2011

Well, until the greedy pigs destroy the world as we know it, I’m going to make the most of every moment.

6. adeeyoyo - May 16, 2011

Oh my, if this is all true my worst fears will be realised. All we can do is pray that God’s will be done in all things – and have faith!

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

Que sera, sera
Whatever will be, will be
The future’s not ours to see
Que sera, sera

7. Joanne - May 16, 2011

Drink, eat and be merry ~ for tomorrow we may die…? I’ll go with the Pollyanna version of this whole damn-drama-oriented scenario… Or Dory’s short-term memory version…

Maybe we are in a gi-normous fish tank and someone “out there” is enjoying tapping on the glass, tipping the tank, or throwing in foreign particles and obstacles to see what we do next… Let’s just keep having our adventures while swimming downstream and looking for Nemo, why don’t we…?

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

Based on these videos, and others, it seems possible that shooting radio waves into the ionosphere could affect the gulf stream, and could also cause vibrations that which would start earthquakes and tsunamis.

So . . . would we use technology in that way?

In terms of stupidity, and lack of foresight, I wouldn’t put it past them.

I think that the military, big business, and politicians in this country are out of control. Power hungry idiots who like the idea of changing world history ~ even if the change is negative, not positive.

That said, the WHY of attacking the Mississippi delta above the New Madrid fault line escapes me. I can see them causing earthquakes and tsunamis in Haiti, Japan, Sri Lanka ~ just to see if they can.

But I don’t see them attacking US soil, at least not intentionally.

So, at this point, I’m going to assume that the conspiracy theorists are WRONG.

And that the US Government is NOT attacking the world, changing the weather, and causing mass disasters.

But if there is an earthquake in the Mississippi delta in the coming weeks ~ followed by a meltdown of 12 nuclear reactors in the area ~ I’ll revisit the issue.

8. viewfromtheside - May 16, 2011

i have to run off to work, so i’ll have to come back to watch.

weather control, possible. if true then there is great space for misuse

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

The first video is a very good explanation ~ more background than the others.

Based on the science, I’m persuaded that:
(1) HAARP can change the weather via the jetstream
(2) HAARP can cause earthquakes and tsunamis

So the question becomes WHETHER the US military is affecting the WEATHER.

I wouldn’t rule it out as a possibility.

9. Cindy - May 16, 2011

Not very cheerful 😦

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

But it might explain why the weather has been so bizarre lately. I’ve attributed the changes to global warming while scratching my head at the weather’s increasing ferocity from just a few years ago.

If the high mucky mucks are mucking about with the weather, that sucks, but maybe they will stop playing God and things will settle down once again.

On the other hand, if these earthquakes and tsunamis are just the Earth’s way of repelling parasitic residents, we’re probably screwed anyway.

Either way, as long as the fat lady keeps singing . . . I’ll keep dancing. 😀

10. William D'Andrea - May 16, 2011

Have you seen the news reports saying that the world is supposed to end this coming Saturday, May 21st? This means that God’s Final Judgement is about to begin. If so, His faithful believers will go to be with Him on that date.
As for myself, I’m not ready to leave yet. There’s still a lot about living in this world that I enjoy. While being in the presence of the Lord is supposed to be infinitely better than the best things here, I’m in no hurry. I can wait.
If it doesn’t happen, it won’t be the first time that the End hasn’t come as predicted. The reason could be, that every prediction comes with the warning, “Repent you sinners! The Kingdom of God is at hand.” Then maybe so many people actually do repent, that God decides to postpone the Final Judgement for their sakes.
On the other hand, maybe I should start packing, just in case.

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

I have read that Judgment Day = 5/21. I’m not worried.

Even if the end of the world as we know it occurs during my lifetime, we’ll just be absorbed back into the loving source of all . . . not cast into the fiery furnaces of Hell. “God” = Spiritual Energy = Love.

11. William D'Andrea - May 16, 2011

I think that all conspiracy theories are part of a conspiracy.

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

That frees you up to go on about your business, doesn’t it? 😉

12. Greg Camp - May 16, 2011

You don’t have to have a sunny attitude to remain calm about H.A.A.R.P. The conspiracy theorists show a dismal lack of scientific understanding, as well as a huge faith in human evil. H.A.A.R.P. is just a big radio–much less threatening than the local pop music station.

Global climate change caused by a rise in carbon dioxide levels is a concern, especially for those living on the subtropical coast. It’s time to move to Montana.

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

Your opinion is the opinion I held BEFORE watching the videos and reading up on HAARP.

Now, I’m not so sure.

In any event, the increasing frequency and intensity of natural (or man-made) disasters seems to be accelerating. If “mother nature” is the cause, we’ll run out of fingers before we dam up all the holes in the dike.

Fortunately, I’ve long believed in the value of living in the moment and not worrying about the future until it unfolds into the present.

On with the dance!

13. William D'Andrea - May 16, 2011

The thought has occured to me, that if I never saw any news reports, and all I knew about the world was based on my own personal experiences, then I’d think that the world was an increasingly benovolent place. However, if I only paid attention to news reports, I’d believe just the opposite; so I think that the reality must be somewhere in between. In that case, it might be helpful for all of us, to add a little benevolence to the part of the world, which we personally experience.

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

I agree with you, William. Loving compassion and kindness is key. Being kind makes us happy. Right here. Right now.


14. Tilly Bud - May 16, 2011

I mean this with respect, as a genuine query, not as a flippant remark: is there anything you do believe or have faith in?

Generally, those who write as vehemently as you do against God and religion are sceptics with great confidence in science and all its wonders. Yet here you seem to be saying science isn’t such a good thing either.

I am genuinely puzzled by you.

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

I do not have faith in the personified “God” of Christianity or Judaism or Islam. That “God” may offer comfort to believers, but “He” hasn’t done a thing to protect us from natural or man-mind disasters.

I believe that “God” is Spiritual Energy . . . the loving source of all, and that we’re all tapped into the Spiritual Internet through the Spirit Within.

I believe that we need to stop looking “out there” for answers and look within for guidance. When we remain mindful of the moment, Spirit Lights The Way by directing our attention where it is needed.

My goal is not to get people to see the world as I do . . . but I would like them to wake up and see the world as it is. I want people to think for themselves rather than buying into what they have been told about a paternalistic god and paternalistic leaders.

If enough of us shift our thoughts, the world will change.

But most of us are still asleep.
And I’m not convinced that they will wake up in time.

Tilly Bud - May 16, 2011

Thank you for explaining.

In time for what?

nrhatch - May 16, 2011

In time to create a sustainable, loving, peaceful world.

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