Mysterious Radio “Blast” Before Colorado Massacre Puzzles Scientists2012thebigpicture.wordpress.com | Jul 28th 2012
Mysterious Radio “Blast” Before Colorado Massacre Puzzles Scientists
A new report prepared by Russian Space Forces (VKO) scientists, who are charged with monitoring radio and other electrical type transmitted emissions from the United States under provisions outlined in the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START), states that at the “exact time” of the 20 July 2012 Colorado massacre known as the 2012 Aurora Shooting a “mysterious blast” of 10.80 Hz was broadcast from a GWEN tower in Pueblo, Colorado 178 kilometers (111 miles) away from Aurora.
The GWEN tower network (Ground Wave Emergency Network) was a command and control communications system intended for use by the United States government to facilitate military communications before, during and after a nuclear war. Specifically, GWEN was constructed to survive the effects of a high-altitude nuclear explosion electromagnetic pulse to insure that the United States President or his survivors can give a launching order to strategic nuclear bombers.
GWEN transmitters were placed 200 miles apart across the US to allow specific frequencies to be tailored to the geomagnetic-field strength in each area, allowing the magnetic field to be altered. They operate in the Low Frequency (LF) range, with transmissions between LF 150 and 175 KHz. They also emit waves from the upper VHF to the lower UHF range of 225 – 400 MHz. The LF signals travel by waves that hug the ground rather than radiating into the atmosphere.
A GWEN station transmits in a 360 degree circle up to 300 miles, the signal dropping off sharply with distance. The entire GWEN system consists of from 58 to 300 transmitters spread across the US [diagram 2nd left] with the largest concentration of them being in Colorado and Pennsylvania. Each tower is 299-500 ft high having 300 ft copper wires in spoke-like fashion fan out from the base of the system underground, interacting with the Earth, like a thin shelled conductor, that radiates radio wave energy for very long distances through the ground.
The GWEN system was banned by the US Congress in 1994 over fears it could be used for “mind control” of the American population though many of its existing towers (including the one in Pueblo, Colorado) still exist and are said to be tasked with different missions.
The most outspoken critic of the GWEN system was Dr. Andrija Puharich (1918-1995) [photo bottom left] who as a US Army officer in the 1950’s participated, and frequently oversaw, what are known as The Edgewood Arsenal Experiments (also known as Project 112) said to be related to or part of CIA mind-control programs after World War II, such as MKULTRA.
American journalist Linda Hunt, citing records from the US National Archives, revealed that eight Nazi German scientists worked at Edgewood, under Project Paperclip: see “Secret Agenda: the United States Government, Nazi Scientists and Project Paperclip” St. Martin’s Press, 1991; ABC PrimeTime Live, Operation Paperclip, 1991, and hearings before the House Judiciary Committee, 1991. The experiments were performed at the Edgewood Arsenal, northeast of Baltimore, Maryland, and involved the use of hallucinogens such LSD, THC, and BZ, in addition to biological and chemical agents.
Dr. Puharich presented to US military and political leaders in the early 1960’s the potentially catastrophic mental effects of ELF waves on human minds, but it is said they did not believe him. He then gave this information to certain dignitaries of other Western nations who then passed it on to the former Soviet Union who used it against the US Embassy in Moscow on 4 July 1976 when they bombarded it with electromagnetic-waves (known as the “Russian Woodpecker Incident”), varying the signal, including focusing on the 10 Hz range said to cause the most instability in the human mind.
Important to note about Dr. Puharich is that he is credited with starting what is now known as the “psychedelic age” when during a 1961 broadcast of the popular American television programme on the paranormal One Step Beyond he conducted an experiment on that shows host John Newland using hallucinogenic mushrooms. (See video of show: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3) In his 1974 book The Sacred Mushroom: Key to the Door of Eternity, Dr. Puharich explained that 7.83 Hz (Earth’s pulse rate) made a person feel good, producing an altered-state, 10.80 Hz causes riotous behavior and 6.6 Hz causes depression.
This report further states that a review of this mysterious frequency “blast” showed it having appeared only once before on 8 January 2011 when the GWEN tower in Phoenix, Arizona was “activated” at nearly the same time Jared Loughner killed 6 people and wounded 14 including US Representative Gabrielle Giffords.
To if these mysterious “blasts” can be conclusively tied to these mass shootings this report doesn’t say. What is important to note, however, and as we noted in our report Colorado Massacre Linked To Historic Bank Fraud, the US government has long been suspected of using these types of horrific incidents to institute major policy and/or law changes designed to disarm the American people.
As the chief suspect in the Colorado massacre, James Holmes is reported to have written and worked on mind control projects and is presently claiming amnesia as he has no knowledge of his actions, all signs pointing to this being a false flag operation appear to be worth additional investigation..
With the Democrat allies of President Obama slipping a new gun control law into the cybersecurity bill late last night, and due to be voted on soon, the “real reason”, perhaps, for this latest shocking massacre may be in plain sight. Unfortunately, and as is always the case, the American people still prefer their simple “mainstream” news fictions rather than the most always more complicated truth.
Thank you, Richard.
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