Sunday, June 26, 2011

Did the USA Use a Directed Energy Weapon to Sink the Russian Sub Kursk as a Test Run for 9/11?

"Others are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves."
Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen's keynote address at the April 1997 Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and U.S. Strategy at the Georgia Center, Mahler Auditorium, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga.
"Senator Claiborne Pell several years ago had been quoted in a news story in which he had said, "now that we can control the weather, create earthquakes and tidal waves and use it as a weapon of war we need to do a treaty." ....Russia and the United States have worked together hand in hand for twenty years in developing weather control. The Russians were here at Lawrence Livermore Laboratories cooperatively working, and received an award for some of their work on weather control. It is a project that has been done, many years ago."
Quote from Bob Fletcher, previous owner of a toy factory in Marietta, Georgia near Lockheed Dobbins Air Force Base who got used by a partner he took on, Gary Best. Later, he found Best was a high-ranking covert intelligence agent who intended to use the toy company for arms dealing.
In 1966, Professor Gordon J. F. MacDonald was Associate Director of the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics at the University of California, Los Angeles, was a member of the President's Science Advisory Committee, and later a member of the President's Council on Environmental Quality. He published papers on the use of environmental control technologies for military purposes. MacDonald made a revealing comment: "The key to geophysical warfare is the identification of environmental instabilities to which the addition of a small amount of energy would release vastly greater amounts of energy."

I've seen many a HAARP reading and this one from August 12, 2000, when the Russian submarine Kursk sank, is one of the hottest.

Just don't go looking for the HAARP reading from 9/11/2001, because this is what you'll see:

No data available on 11 Sep 2001
On 12 August 2000, the Russian Oscar II class submarine Kursk sank in the Barents Sea after an explosion. After a second explosion equivalent to about 2-3 tonnes of TNT, large enough to register on seismographs across Northern Europe hundreds of kilometers away.

More recently, Norwegian seismologists have released more data from their seismographs. Note that the first event is no longer described as an explosion.

"Let's See What This Baby Can Do!"

The Space Shuttle Mission STS-105 flew to the International Space Station in mid-August, 2001, to 'resupply' the station, but supply it with what?

STS-105 Mission Insignia Patch... Nice little beam of light hitting the Earth, isn't it?

SECRET SPACE SHIPS Military Missions of the Space Shuttle

The first military Shuttle mission was launched from Pad 39A at 1500Z on 27 June 1982. Military space missions also accounted for part or all of 14 out of 37 Shuttle flights launched from the Cape between August 1984 and July 1992. While many details of those missions are not releasable, some features of Shuttle payload ground processing operations and range support requirements can be summarized for what might be termed a "typical" military space mission.
When's the Last Time the Feds Told the Truth About Anything?
On 9/11, the leveling of the Twin Towers generated seismic disturbances that were recorded by a half-dozen seismic recording stations within a 20-mile radius of Manhattan.

Seismographs at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades, New York, 21 miles north of the WTC, recorded strange seismic activity on September 11 that has still not been explained.

Experts cannot explain why the seismic waves peaked before the towers hit the ground. Asked about these spikes seismologist Arthur Lerner-Lam, director of Columbia University's Center for Hazards and Risk Research told AFP, "This is an element of current research and discussion. It is still being investigated."
View of NYC on 9/11 Seen by the Space Shuttle Astronauts on the ISS


The Kursk, an Oscar class submarine, was huge, over 500 feet in length, about the height of a 50 story skyscraper that weighed 19,400 tons when submerged. So the story put out about the Kursk accident being caused by a collision with a much smaller sub isn't believable.

Was this a Directed Energy Weapon (DEW) test run from the Pentagon's HAARP facility to make sure it could be used again on 9/11?


HAARP stands for High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program. It follows upon a long line of ionospheric research, some of it military, in which bursts of radio-frequency radiation have been beamed up into the ionosphere in order to study the effects so produced. Installations that send high intensity electromagnetic waves into the ionosphere have been called ionospheric heaters. Some have been in Greenland, the Pacific, Japan, Norway, and Russia.

Is this true? I don't know, but I do know that the USA has been taken over by a motley collections of liars; thieves; traitors; mass-murderers and sadistic SOB's that will do ANYTHING to maintain their control over America and the world.

They show about as much remorse over killing thousands, sometimes million of people as you or I might when swatting a mosquito.



  1. Interesting -- in case some of your readers think this is over-the-top, Greg, I was in the US Navy in the late-60s and another rumor was rife then:

    "Tesla's technology to produce beam pulse Electro-Magnetic weapons were first used to sink the USS Thresher by the Soviets in 1963."

    That's from Cutting Edge:

    Of course none of us would have known what "scalar", "direct energy" or any of that was in the 1960s. But our little globalist friends sure did.

    Tom Bearden and others have written on the USS Thresher also. The government's official report said it was "shoddy workmanship" on the part of US shipbuilders, naturally.

  2. Great post Greg, I'm pretty convinced that an extremely powerful, secret, high grade military weapon was used on 9/11 to pulverize the WTC into dust. Dmitri Khalezov's testimony makes a lot of sense to me, and he even ties in the Kursk. He claims that the Granit missile that hit the Pentagon was stolen from the Russian submarine. See here:

  3. wait... are you actually serious?

    The tests on the type of torpedo that were carried out in the wake of the K141's recovery, were consistent with the initial theory of the torpedo exploding in the tube. Multiple tests were carried out by using explosives under the torpedo, dropping the torpedo, lighting fires under the torpedo etc, and could not replicate the explosion in any way externally. This means the initial explosion could have only come from inside the torpedo tube, and the only source of this explosion logically, is a leak in the HTP (High Test Peroxide) reservoir which mixed with a substance that caused the rapid expansion of pressure and heat within the torpedo tube.

    This in turn caused a fire that super heated the forward cabin to a temp of between 2000 and 5000 degrees, which in turn caused the fatal explosion of the other 4-8 torpedoes.

    Either that, or it was due to a 'Shkval' torpedo misfiring. a 'Shkval' is a supercavitating torpedo that reduces water resistance by producing a gas bubble around the torpedo, which minimises water resistance. The Shkval is rocket powered and can likely achieve speeds in excess of 370 MPH, making it almost impossible to defend against.

    It is theorised that the rocket motor fired whilst still in the tube and before the tube had been flooded, causing the first explosion picked up by the acoustic data when the hatch door was blown off (the hatch door was found embedded into the rear bulkhead of the torpedo room confirming the was some sort of explosion in the tube) this then superheated the chamber and caused a number of the remaining conventional torpedoes to 'cook off' and explode

    This was the event that registered 3.5 on the richter scale and was picked up over several thousand miles. please tell me how an energy weapon would cause this?

    Of course, the Russian government has never actually announced that they were testing a new type of shkval that day, but then, if they were, they would hardly announce it, even after the accident.

    Occum's razor suggests that the simplest answer is most often the correct one. And i'm afraid, that in the case of the K141, this actually is the case. Somewhere between the official HTP explosion and the unofficial Shkval explosion theory, is likely the truth. But either way, have no doubt that it WAS a torpedo explosion in the tube that caused the Kursk's sinking.

    sorry to disappoint you, but it was a tragic accident and nothing more. no torpedo from a US sub, no collision with another sub, no energy weapon. the evidence both acoustic and physical supports this. there is no evidence of any 'energy weapon' and there never will be. take a guess at why that is?


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