HAARP Conspiracy Theory

HAARP Conspiracy Theory

HAARP Conspiracy Theory

HAARP Conspiracy Theory

By now, most people have heard of HAARP, which stands for High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program, and the conspiracy theories surrounding it.  According to staff and officials at HAARP, located in Gakona, Alaska, the program is involved in nothing more than the research of the properties and behavior of the upper atmosphere (ionosphere).  It was originally operated by the U.S. Navy and Air Force, but changed hands on August 11, 2015 and is now run by the University of Alaska Fairbanks where HAARP can continue its research.  They are said to use what is known as an Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI), which is a high-powered research facility that operates at a High Frequency range and can be used to temporarily excite a supposedly limited area of the ionosphere, so as to observe and study the physical processes that occur in the affected region.

HAARP Conspiracy TheoryAccording to officials, all of the theories regarding weather manipulation/geoengineering having been caused by HAARP are simply made-up nonsense.  However, there is a lot going on in our skies and with our weather that just doesn’t seem to make sense and is just plain odd.  We have seen jets leaving contrails all our lives, but it seems many people agree that these new contrails, also referred to as chemtrails, are very different in that instead of fading away almost immediately after a plane has laid them, they will linger in the sky, sometimes for hours and some will spread out into clouds.  There are days when the skies are filled with them, leaving lots of criss-cross type patterns, which some have claimed is a grid that is left to direct certain kinds of weather, usually storms, to a particular area.  The sky will usually become very hazy and the color will be very muted.  This will often create either a bright halo around the sun or brightly shining “sun dogs” on either the sides or above and below the sun.

HAARP Conspiracy TheoryThere is another issue surrounding the laying of these “chemtrails”.  Supposedly, and this according to doctors, scientists and pilots, the trails contain various materials that can be very hazardous to our health if inhaled or ingested.  These materials are known to include stratospheric aerosols like barium, nano aluminum-coated fiberglass [known as CHAFF], radioactive thorium, cadmium, chromium, nickel, desiccated blood, mold spores, yellow fungal mycotoxins, ethylene dibromide, polymer fibers and more.  There are some scientists who have made claims that the chemicals being sprayed in our atmosphere are meant to be beneficial to us and are meant to help protect us from solar radiation due to our weakening ozone layer.  If those are the kinds of things they are spraying on us and we’re being made to inhale, it seems we are screwed either way.


Chemtrails are not the only threat we face from HAARP according to critical thinkers (what conspiracy theorists prefer to be called).  It is also believed that HAARP can cause anything from massive hurricanes and devastating tsunamis to huge earthquakes.  Some people believe that HAARP may even have been responsible for the 2011 earthquake, and the following tsunami, that hit Japan which ultimately caused the meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear power plant.