Nikola Tesla’s Proto-HAARP, Mt. St. Helens, and Mt. Pinatubo Eruptions – it all ties together?
I hadn’t realized that one of the most closely guarded secrets were out in the open, until I read a post by our colleague Dave_54
, when he
posted (at www.abovetopsecret.com...
… Mt. St. Helens was intentionally erupted so it could be salvage logged.
Now long-time posters here know of my all-around skepticism to conspiracies, and I like to think that I have a reputation of not promulgating any
outré theories unless I am sure they’re borne out by both facts and rigorous logic. To be honest, I used to think that what I’m divulging here
was an insidious hoax, but that was before I realized ... the truth
Although researchers realized early on that the Tunguska, Siberia explosion was caused -- not by an asteroid strike but -- by Nikola Tesla's
Proto-HAARP Machine test in 1908, it took several decades before anyone realized the economic advantages of it. This occurred when they saw the
photos of the early Soviet expeditions to the site ( perso.wanadoo.fr...
). The obvious connection between the
Tunguska Operation and the plethora of timber for building was obvious!
However, the inability of the Tesla Ray to directly interact on living tissue meant that any matter disruptions were limited to non-organic materials.
(This, of course, was what caused the death of most of the sailors of the destroyer USS Eldridge (
) when the Tesla ray transported the
ship, the sailors’ clothes, and even their dental fillings to Norfolk, leaving the men themselves to die in the frigid waters of the Atlantic.) The
obvious corollary to this was to use the Tesla Ray to cause non-organic disruptions (e.g., earthquakes and volcanoes) to level the land and provide
large amounts of fallen trees for subsequent harvest.
Some may wonder why the delay between understanding the abilities of Tesla Ray to cause disruptions and its actual implementation was so great. The
fact is that quite a bit of preparatory work had to be undertaken to keep the results secret. For example, since most of the usable timber is around
the Pacific Rim, a theoretical construct had to be developed to “explain” the reason for the planned disruptions.
The answer, of course, was the now universally discredited “Tectonic Plate” theory which postulated giant floating platforms or rock which
careened around the world, bumping into each other and causing volcanoes and earthquakes. Indeed, the researchers actually developed a map of these
“tectonic plates”, inventing a large one (the “Pacific Plate”) to “explain” the upcoming Tesla Ray disruptions. By 1970, the “tectonic
plate” hoax was well established among mainstream sheeple, and the disruptions began to happen, first at the site of old-growth pine (Mt. St. Helens
) and at the large stretch of Philippine Mahogany at the base of Mt.
Pinatubo in Luzon ( www.lisp.com.au...