HAARP: Triggering Ancient Pyramid Energy?

HAARP: in some circles the name’s become synonymous with intrigue. Determined investigators, delving deeply into the permutations of power the globally expanding high frequency radio installations wield, claim that HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) can create weather, steer massive storms, ignite mighty volcanoes, and trigger devastating earthquakes. Some, like physicist Dr. Fran De Aquino, have uncovered evidence that the project far exceeds the study and manipulation of the Earth’s ionosphere, and may actually affect gravity and time.

Researcher Mike Hagan has found startling evidence HAARP may be more insidious than most investigators think. Hagan’s discovered incredible evidence that, while the masters of HAARP may be doing everything investigators suspect, they’ve also embarked on a mind-boggling project designed to power-up and control the unknown ancient powers locked inside some of the world’s greatest pyramids…a tremendous power that could enable the controllers of advanced Tesla technology to reach out, grab the world by its collective throat, and shake it into submission.

Pyramids: massive powerplants

More than one researcher, including some electrical engineers, have made the case that some of the more ancient pyramids are actually gigantic machines that generate power. Some have even built models that prove their contention that pyramidal structors are natural reservoirs of energy and can act as huge capacitors and generators of electricity.

Among the first to propose the theory was Christopher Dunn. He introduced the theory to the world with his article Advanced Machining in Ancient Egypt that revealed machining techniques far more sophisticated than most orthodox Eqyptologists realized.

After that landmark article, Dunn went on to publish many articles expanding his theory until he published the breakthrough book, The Giza Power Plant: Technologies of Ancient Egypt.

Dunn’s book caused instant controversy, although it intrigued many scientists. While his perspective on ancient technology was dramatic, it was also testable.

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