Oblivion: Weather Engineering Warfare
April 24, 2023 | ZeroGeoengineering.com |In Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden’s 2005 book, “Oblivion – America at the Brink,” Bearden provides a summary of some weather engineering capabilities. A key component of weather weapons is electromagnetic (EM) radiation, a hazardous physical agent, often overlooked when evaluating engineered weather operations.
“By increasing the charge of a storm, its electrical activity and the resulting lightning strikes can be increased. This is useful, e.g., in repeatedly producing large forest fires, particularly when combined with weather engineering to produce a drought condition.”
In addition to ground-based infrastructures and facilities, spaced based components such as satellites and aircraft may also be utilized. Bearden describes strong pulsing of EM radiation to kill humans or animals:
” By inducing repeatedly pulsed negative energy in an area containing living animals or humans, the animals or humans can be directly killed. Strong pulsing will result in rather instant death, where the bodies drop limply, with not even a nerve cell firing thereafter. Everything living — cells, microbes, viruses, whatever — in the powerfully struck bodies is killed instantly…” p 31
*Thomas Bearden – Oblivion – America at the Brink.pdf
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