Tuesday, November 04, 2008

This past fall I had the opportunity to sit down and spend some time with two pioneering scientists in the field of atmospheric research. The first, Bernard Eastlund, who is the patent holder of HAARP, the Ionospheric ‘stimulator’ project up in Gakona Alaska, is now deceased... Last November, I, along with our research group, The Psyience Detectives, had possibly the last on-camera interview with this pioneering atmospheric researcher before he passed away four weeks later.

From the Left: Scott Stevens, Bernard Eastlund, Richard Heene, and Barb Slusser
November 4, 2007 Saint Louis, Missouri

We also spent time with Lockheed Senior scientist Boyd Bushman. That three-hour interview was a gold mine of information for me. Below you will hear him tell of how he invented the tools by which acoustic (sound/longitudinal) waves can be used to create high and low pressure cells within the atmosphere. Where Lt. Col Tom Bearden asserts that this action in the atmosphere is done with scalar electromagnetic weapons, Bushman asserts that in reality it is accomplished with sound waves or Longitudinal waves. Both are likely operational at any given moment. Bearden’s work comes from his experience while employed in Army Intelligence while Bushman is the architect of these tools. Bearden does NOT do on the record interviews, though I have spoken with him by phone on several occasions, while Bushman will do on the record interviews about his work. He remains careful to not discuss work which remains covered by active non-disclosure agreements. Even with some NDA’s still in effect he can be rather candid about his concepts/inventions and how the ideas and his personal thought process have lead him to these inventions, their development, and eventually their field deployment.

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Boyd Bushman PhD. Lockheed Martin Senior Scientist retired -- Speaks of his invention of acoustic weapons systems November 2007.

From the Left: Scott Stevens, Boyd Bushman, Barbara Slusser, and Richard Heene
November 5, 2007 North Dallas, Texas

Did you get that? An acoustic node is an area of low pressure and an acoustic anode is an area of high pressure. My next question would be one of scales. How big or how small could these manmade features be?

The answer: very small and very, very large. Australia’s decade long drought has very probably been the result of years of anodes (downward spirals of sinking drying warming air/adiabatic heating) deliberately placed over that continent suppressing the development of naturally occurring rainfall cycles.

Any long time reader of my site is aware of my interest in the phenomena of ‘holes.’ I continue to see holes in clouds, holes in cirrus cloud shields, holes in and around thunderstorms, holes in hurricanes, holes, holes everywhere. Holes and their corresponding resonate/symmetrical mound of clouds—at varying distances away--had me long ago convinced something unnatural, not something based in or on that action of pure thermodynamics (the action of heat, vapor pressure and humidity), was at play in the atmosphere. I was aware of the HAARP project up in Alaska (Bernard Eastlund’s work), but still failed to understand how that could illicit the cloud shapes and resonate patterns I saw in the sky each and every day. Some missing piece of this puzzle still eluded me. Then there were still those pesky chemtrails to explain. More on these guys in a bit but first there is more about sound that we need to understand.

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