For the last 100 years our government has been using our tax money to create weapons for our control and/or destruction.  They claimed all along that the horrendous experiments and development of dangerous weapons of every kind was for our saftey, to protect us from our enemies.

Sadly, OUR ENEMIES are THEM.  THEIR ENEMIES ARE US!!  That is how they see us.  They have been working feverishly to create everything they believed was necessary to control us and protect THEM from US!

It never ceases to amaze me how many people are still so blind and so gullable that they believe what the government and scientists and church leaders tell them.  Yes, I said CHURCH leaders.  Just as in the ancient times when the leaders of the Hebrews sold out to the devil and perverted the truth…so have our current “CHURCH” leaders.  Not all of them…but many if not most of them.  They have been bought out for the measly tax exemption.  Because they signed up for  501C3 Tax Exemption Status they are no longer working for GOD.  They are working for the Ruling Elite.  Their main job now is to keep us all under control  To keep us submissive and pliable.

But… I digress.  As Richie from Boston would say.  lol

Today we are focused once again on Wave Weapons.  Weapons developed to control everything and everyone.  The whole reason for the “Space Program” was to keep us from questioning why they had to put so much hardware up in our atmosphere. They have been developing their SUPER POWER ENERGY to keep their WEAPONS powered. Weapons they are using for mind control, remote torture, disease, brain damage, destruction, death and countless other uses.

This technology is nothing new.  It has been used repeatedly throughout history.  It may at this point be taken to a farther level than ever before… but it is still the same basic technology.  ENERGY WAVES of multiple kinds. Radio, gamma rays, x-rays, microwaves, ultraviolet radiation, visible light and infrared radiation.  are some examples of Electromagnetic energy. Sonic energy is the energy of sound waves.

The development of laser technology combined with the development of nanotechnology has given DARPA and the Ruling Elite an enormous increase in their abilities for creating and developing newer, bigger and/or more microscopic, more powerful WEAPONS.

laser is created when the electrons in atoms in special glasses, crystals, or gases absorb energy from an electrical current or another laser and become “excited.” The excited electrons move from a lower-energy orbit to a higher-energy orbit around the atom’s nucleus.
A dye laser is made up of an organic dye mixed with a solvent. These lasers generate laser light from the excited energy states of organic dyes dissolved in liquid solvents. It produces laser light beam in the near ultraviolet (UV) to the near infrared (IR) region of the spectrum. Semiconductor laser
Pulsed Energy Projectile or PEP systems emit an infrared laser pulse which creates rapidly expanding plasma at the target. The resulting sound, shock and electromagnetic waves stun the target and cause pain and temporary paralysis.


I was amazed to see all the different types of lasers and all the different ways they can create lasers.  It is well worth the time to look this list over.  You may not want to spend all day on it…but even just a quick once over will give you an idea of how much time, money and resources they spent discovering, creating and developing these things.  They certainly are not forthcoming with any information on how they are using them against us, or even the weapons they are using against their perceived enemies, or how they are using them to terraform the earth and our atmosphere.


List of laser types – Wikipedia

Laser types with distinct laser lines are shown above the wavelength bar, while below are shown lasers that can emit in a wavelength range. The height of the lines and bars gives an indication of the maximal power/pulse energy commercially available, while the color codifies the type of laser material (see the figure description for details).

They have weapons and abilities about which we KNOW ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.  All of them nefarious.  Even those things about which we are aware have uses for we do know of, now would have every imagined!  Once they were given the right to keep things top secret, occulted, under wraps their devious minds went where no man should ever go.  POWER CORRUPTS and ABSOLUTE POWER CORRUPTS ABSOLUTELY.  Ever evil deed is planned in secret and usually carried out in secret.

10 Types of Energy and Examples

Main Forms of Energy With Examples

Illustrations of 10 types of energy

Energy is defined as the ability to do work. Energy comes in various forms. Here are 10 common types of energy and examples of them.

Mechanical Energy

Mechanical energy is energy that results from movement or the location of an object. Mechanical energy is the sum of kinetic energy and potential energy.

Examples: An object possessing mechanical energy has both kinetic and potential energy, although the energy of one of the forms may be equal to zero. A moving car has kinetic energy. If you move the car up a mountain, it has kinetic and potential energy. A book sitting on a table has potential energy.

Thermal Energy

Thermal energy or heat energy reflects the temperature difference between two systems.

Example: A cup of hot coffee has thermal energy. You generate heat and have thermal energy with respect to your environment.

Nuclear Energy

Nuclear energy is energy resulting from changes in the atomic nuclei or from nuclear reactions.

Example: Nuclear fission, nuclear fusion, and nuclear decay are examples of nuclear energy. An atomic detonation or power from a nuclear plant are specific examples of this type of energy.

Chemical Energy

Chemical energy results from chemical reactions between atoms or molecules. There are different types of chemical energy, such as electrochemical energy and chemiluminescence.

Example: A good example of chemical energy is an electrochemical cell or battery.

Electromagnetic Energy

Electromagnetic energy (or radiant energy) is energy from light or electromagnetic waves.

 Any form of light has electromagnetic energy, including parts of the spectrum we can’t see. Radio, gamma rays, x-rays, microwaves, and ultraviolet light are some examples of electromagnetic energy.

Sonic Energy

Sonic energy is the energy of sound waves. Sound waves travel through the air or another medium.

Example: A sonic boom, a song played on a stereo, your voice.

Gravitational Energy

Energy associated with gravity involves the attraction between two objects based on their mass. It can serve as a basis for mechanical energy, such as the potential energy of an object placed on a shelf or the kinetic energy of the Moon in orbit around the Earth.

Example: Gravitational energy holds the atmosphere to the Earth.

Kinetic Energy

Kinetic energy is the energy of motion of a body. It ranges from 0 to a positive value.

Example: An example is a child swinging on a swing. No matter whether the swing is moving forward or backward, the value of the kinetic energy is never negative.

Potential Energy

Potential energy is the energy of an object’s position.

Example: When a child swinging on a swing reaches the top of the arc, she has maximum potential energy. When she is closest to the ground, her potential energy is at its minimum (0). Another example is throwing a ball into the air. At the highest point, the potential energy is greatest. As the ball rises or falls it has a combination of potential and kinetic energy.

Ionization Energy

Ionization energy is the form of energy that binds electrons to the nucleus of its atom, ion, or molecule.

Example: The first ionization energy of an atom is the energy needed to remove one electron completely. The second ionization energy is energy to remove a second electron and is greater than that required to remove the first electron.



June 2nd, 2021.
 March 14th, 2022.

Todd Callender and friends join me for this lengthy discussion about the experimental jab technology, 5G and smart phones which are all linked as it pertains to the eugenicists kill grid.
2 months, 3 weeks ago


There are multiple posts on my page regarding 5G, Technology, Mind Control etc…  here are some posts that are directly related to ElectroMagnetism and how they are using it on US.


Waves, Rays and Energy Beams what are they really Up To?

Science – The MagicK that will DESTROY Mankind








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The aim of researchers to bring nuclear fusion—the process that powers the stars—down to Earth has been bolstered after the Korea Institute of Fusion Energy’s Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) reactor maintained super-hot plasma within a magnetic field for 30 seconds.

The achievement is a step forward in scientists’ desire to harness the fusion that occurs at the heart of the Sun, and then reproduce it on Earth in a controlled manner.

Should they succeed, fusion power will provide the world with a safe, sustainable, environmentally responsible, and abundant source of energy.

Fusion is a cleaner process as it creates no radioactive waste, and proceeds with light and abundant materials like hydrogen, which can be obtained from seawater, rather than expensive and rare elements, such as uranium or plutonium.

Theoretically, one liter of water could provide enough raw material for fusion to produce as much energy as the combustion of 300 liters of oil.

Nuclear fusions devices like KSTAR, known as tokamaks, replicate plasma, a state of matter created under the massive gravitational pressure and intense heat of stars like the Sun.

In this super-hot stellar plasma, hydrogen atoms smash together at high velocities creating helium atoms. In the process, these fusions create vast amounts of energy radiated by stars.

To copy this, tokamaks—often referred to as “artificial suns”—must heat heavy helium (deuterium) with lasers to temperatures as high as millions of degrees Fahrenheit, confining it within powerful magnetic fields.

To generate fusion energythese artificial suns have contained the plasma at these temperatures long enough for atomic nuclei to begin smashing together.

In 2016, KSTAR set a world record for maintaining plasma heated by containing plasma heated to 90 million °F for 70 seconds. This record was broken in 2017 by China’s Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST) when it sustained 90 million °F plasma for 102 and seconds.

While this temperature is hotter than those in the Sun when fusion processes occur (about 60 million °F), because researchers here on Earth can’t replicate the intense pressure generated by gravity at the heart of a star while on Earth, temperatures in an artificial sun must be much greater to compensate.

That means heating plasma to at least 180 million °F in a tokamak for atomic nuclei to smash together rapidly enough to kick start nuclear fusion.

KSTAR was the first device to break this limit, generating these temperatures in plasma for just 1.5 seconds in 2018.

While KSTAR’s new record can’t beat EAST’s record in terms of time, what the researchers on the project have managed to do is heat plasma to this important temperature of 180 million °F.

The KSTAR team was also able to constrain this plasma for a record 30 seconds.

The Korea Institute of Fusion Energy will now seek to improve KSTAR to increase the time that it can maintain plasma at a temperature of 180 million °F. The aim will be to achieve containment of this super-hot plasma for at least 300 seconds.


  • China’s nuclear fusion reactor set new world record by running at 216million°F
  • It also achieved a peak temperature more than ten times hotter than the sun
  • Scientists hope the ‘artificial sun’ will unlock a powerful green energy source 
  • Next aim to run at a consistent temperature for a week rather than 100 seconds

China‘s ‘artificial sun’ nuclear fusion reactor has set a new world record after running at 216million degrees Fahrenheit (120million°C) for 100 seconds, according to state media.

It also achieved a peak temperature of 288million°F (160million°C) – more than ten times hotter than the sun.

Chinese scientists hope the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST) will unlock a powerful green energy source in Beijing’s quest for ‘limitless clean power’.

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Clean energy: Chinese scientists hope the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST) will unlock a powerful green energy source in Beijing's quest for 'limitless clean power'

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Clean energy: Chinese scientists hope the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST) will unlock a powerful green energy source in Beijing’s quest for ‘limitless clean power

Workers are pictured checking the equipment at the EAST in China's eastern Anhui province

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Workers are pictured checking the equipment at the EAST in China’s eastern Anhui province

New record: China's 'artificial sun' nuclear fusion reactor ran at 216million degrees Fahrenheit (120million°C) for 100 seconds. Its previous record was 180million°F for 100 seconds

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New record: China’s ‘artificial sun’ nuclear fusion reactor ran at 216million degrees Fahrenheit (120million°C) for 100 seconds. Its previous record was 180million°F for 100 seconds

How it works: This graphic shows the inside of a nuclear fusion reactor and explains the process by which power is produced. At its heart is the tokamak, a device that uses a powerful magnetic field to confine the hydrogen isotopes into a spherical shape, similar to a cored apple, as they are heated by microwaves into a plasma to produce fusion

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How it works: This graphic shows the inside of a nuclear fusion reactor and explains the process by which power is produced. At its heart is the tokamak, a device that uses a powerful magnetic field to confine the hydrogen isotopes into a spherical shape, similar to a cored apple, as they are heated by microwaves into a plasma to produce fusion.

The cutting-edge device, which was first fired up last December, broke its previous record of maintaining a plasma temperature of 180million°F (100million°C) for 100 seconds.

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Its next goal could be to run at a consistent temperature for a week, according to Li Miao, director of the physics department of the Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen.

‘The breakthrough is significant progress, and the ultimate goal should be keeping the temperature at a stable level for a long time,’ he told China’s state-run newspaper the Global Times.

China’s nuclear-powered ‘artificial sun’ starts generating power

The machine, China’s largest and most advanced nuclear fusion experimental research device, uses a powerful magnetic field to fuse hot plasma.

It is designed to replicate the nuclear fusion process that occurs naturally in the sun and stars to provide almost infinite clean energy.

Located in China’s eastern Anhui province and completed late last year, the reactor is often called an ‘artificial sun’ on account of the enormous heat and power it produces.

It is based at the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Its next goal could be to run at a consistent temperature for a week, according to Li Miao, of the physics department of the Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen

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Its next goal could be to run at a consistent temperature for a week, according to Li Miao, of the physics department of the Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen

The machine, China's largest and most advanced nuclear fusion experimental research device, uses a powerful magnetic field to fuse hot plasma. A worker is pictured checking the machine

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The machine, China’s largest and most advanced nuclear fusion experimental research device, uses a powerful magnetic field to fuse hot plasma. A worker is pictured checking the machine

Purpose: The device is designed to replicate the nuclear fusion process that occurs naturally in the sun and stars to provide almost infinite clean energy. It was completed late last year

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Purpose: The device is designed to replicate the nuclear fusion process that occurs naturally in the sun and stars to provide almost infinite clean energy. It was completed late last year

It is based at the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences

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It is based at the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences


Fusion is the process by which a gas is heated up and separated into its constituent ions and electrons.

It involves light elements, such as hydrogen, smashing together to form heavier elements, such as helium.

For fusion to occur, hydrogen atoms are placed under high heat and pressure until they fuse together.

The tokamak (artist's impression) is the most developed magnetic confinement system and is the basis for the design of many modern fusion reactors. The purple at the center of the diagram shows the plasma inside 

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The tokamak (artist’s impression) is the most developed magnetic confinement system and is the basis for the design of many modern fusion reactors. The purple at the center of the diagram shows the plasma inside

When deuterium and tritium nuclei – which can be found in hydrogen – fuse, they form a helium nucleus, a neutron and a lot of energy.

This is done by heating the fuel to temperatures in excess of 150 million°C and forming a hot plasma, a gaseous soup of subatomic particles.

Strong magnetic fields are used to keep the plasma away from the reactor’s walls, so that it doesn’t cool down and lose its energy potential.

These fields are produced by superconducting coils surrounding the vessel and by an electrical current driven through the plasma.

For energy production, plasma has to be confined for a sufficiently long period for fusion to occur.

When ions get hot enough, they can overcome their mutual repulsion and collide, fusing together.

When this happens, they release around one million times more energy than a chemical reaction and three to four times more than a conventional nuclear fission reactor.

‘The development of nuclear fusion energy is not only a way to solve China’s strategic energy needs, but also has great significance for the future sustainable development of China’s energy and national economy,’ said the People’s Daily, a mouthpiece of the ruling Communist Party.

Chinese scientists have been working on developing smaller versions of the nuclear fusion reactor since 2006.

They plan to use the device in collaboration with scientists working on the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER)the world’s largest nuclear fusion research project based in France, which is expected to be completed in 2025.

It is the largest global scientific co-operation effort since the creation of the International Space Station more than 20 years ago.

South Korea also has its own ‘artificial sun’, the Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR), which has run at 180million°F (100million°C) for 20 seconds.

Engineers are seen working on the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak in Hefei

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Engineers are seen working on the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak in Hefei

China's 'artificial sun' set a new world record after running at 216million degrees Fahrenheit. It also achieved a peak temperature of 288million°F – more than ten times hotter than the sun

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China’s ‘artificial sun’ set a new world record after running at 216million degrees Fahrenheit. It also achieved a peak temperature of 288million°F – more than ten times hotter than the sun

Chinese scientists have been working on developing smaller versions of the nuclear fusion reactor since 2006. A scientist is pictured working on China's first nuclear fusion reactor

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Chinese scientists have been working on developing smaller versions of the nuclear fusion reactor since 2006. A scientist is pictured working on China’s first nuclear fusion reactor

Fusion is considered the Holy Grail of energy and is what powers our sun, which burns at roughly 27million°F (15million°C).

It merges atomic nuclei to create massive amounts of energy – the opposite of the fission process used in atomic weapons and nuclear power plants, which splits them into fragments.

Unlike fission, fusion carries less risk of accidents or the theft of atomic material.

But achieving fusion is both extremely difficult and prohibitively expensive, with the total cost of ITER estimated at $22.5billion (£15.9billion).

This is because causing hydrogen isotope atoms to collide and fuse together to produce helium – the same way as the Sun creates energy – produces an enormous amount of waste heat.

However, last month UK scientists announced that they had found a way of dealing with these exhaust gases, cooling them from 270million°F (150million°C) to just a few hundred degrees, temperatures similar to that of a car engine.

This drastically reduces the wear and tear on the reactor in which the fusion occurs.

Scientists at the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) at Culham, Oxfordshire, made their breakthrough using a £55million experimental fusion reactor called MAST Upgrade.

At its heart is the tokamak, which uses a powerful magnetic field to confine the hydrogen isotopes into a spherical shape, similar to a cored apple, as they are heated by microwaves into a plasma to produce fusion.

The new divertor means long-promised nuclear fusion could be commercially viable in around 20 years, as UKAEA plans to build a £220million scaled-up version of the MAST Upgrade by the 2040s.


A schoolboy from Memphis is believed to be the youngest person to ever build a nuclear fusion reactor.

He completed it when he was just 12 years old.

Jackson Oswalt built the machine from customised vacuums, pumps and chambers bought on eBay by his parents.

It cost the family a total of $10,000 and heats deuterium to a plasma using 50,000 volts of electricity.

Jamie Edwards from Preston was 13 when he built his own nuclear reactor back in 2014.

He said he was inspired after stumbling across videos of the original boy genius – Taylor Wilson.

He was funded in his endeavour with a £3,000 budget from his headteacher.

Taylor Wilson found widespread fame when he built his own nuclear reactor aged 14 in 2008.

The machine was capable of smashing atoms in a plasma core at over 500 million degrees Fahrenheit—40 times hotter than the core of the sun—in his parents’ garage.

He then won a $50,000 prize at a science fair for creating an an anti-terrorism device.

He then skipped college after receiving a $100,000 Thiel Fellowship and has done two TEDTalks.

Before the successes of these geniuses was David Hahn, known as the ‘Radioactive Boy Scout’

He built a nuclear reactor in his potting shed and shut down a neighbourhood of 40,000 in 1996.

In a bid for a Boy Scout merit badge, David took to his mother’s potting shed and built a breeder reactor. It became so irradiated a neighbour claimed to have seen it glow.

The normal background radiation was 1,000 times the amount of normal background radiation.

It was immediately sealed up and the Environmental Protection Agency was called in.

On a June morning in 1996 moon-suit wearing EPA agents dismantled the potting-shed, sealed it up with David’s other materials, shipped then to Utah and buried them in the desert.


Greek myths are hardly a realistic lens through which to view the world, but the tragedy of Icarus is a lesson that’s true in any context: if you get too close to the sun, you will die. There are no exceptions to this rule. Which makes the scene in Passengers, where the interstellar ship does a flyby of the sun, so peculiar. Would Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence really be able to get that close to the sun to take in such a gorgeous sight? Or would they really be vaporized long before then?

The sun’s surface — the coldest partstill burns at an insane 9,940 degrees Fahrenheit. Very few things besides other suns could survive that kind of heat. A standard space suit will protect an astronaut by temperatures of up to 248 degrees Fahrenheit; still great in most instances, but extremely poor for trying to touch the sun.

The sun is about 93 million miles away from Earth, and it’s at about 3 million miles from the surface that temperatures would scorch up to above 248 degrees Fahrenheit. Relatively speaking, this is still pretty close.

But more realistically, an astronaut venturing to the sun won’t be leaving their spacecraft anytime soon. The retired Space Shuttle was reinforced with carbon-carbon heat shielding that would withstand temperatures of up to 4,700 degrees Fahrenheit — essential for making sure the crew and the vehicle could enter the Earth’s atmosphere in once piece. If a spacecraft were to be wrapped up in that kind of shielding, it would get to within 1.3 million miles of the sun. The integrity of the shielding would be compromised well before that, so, theoretically, you could make it to that distance before become fried to death.

There are a couple of other things to consider — namely that cosmic radiation would probably kill you before you reach a complete half the distance to the sun. Modern shielding against space radiation is still quite poor, and before trying to make sure astronauts won’t melt on their way to the sun, we need to make sure their bodies aren’t irradiated hellholes.

Besides that, one solution that may help future astronauts make it closer to the sun would be mirrored shielding. The 2007 film Sunshine depicted a spacecraft fitted with an incredibly huge optical shield designed to bounce the sun’s rays away — which could help ensure the spacecraft stays cool enough.

Sunshine also raises another point: just because you can get close to the sun, doesn’t mean you’ll be able to actually see the sun. You’ll need to block out the rays by about 98 percent in order to actually get a view that won’t turn you blind. The sun giveth, and the sun taketh.



Directed-energy weapon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A sonic (LRAD) directed-energy weapon deployed in a civilian context in the USA, 2014. It is mounted on top of the central vehicle.

directed-energy weapon (DEW) is a ranged weapon  that damages its target with highly focused energy, including lasersmicrowavesparticle beams, and sound beams. Potential applications of this technology include weapons that target personnelmissiles, vehicles, and optical devices.[1][2] In the United States, the PentagonDARPA, the Air Force Research LaboratoryUnited States Army Armament Research Development and Engineering Center, and the Naval Research Laboratory  are researching directed-energy weapons and railguns to counter  ballisticmissileshypersonic cruise missiles, and hypersonic glide vehicles. These systems of missile defense are expected to come online no sooner than the mid to late-2020s.[3] The Electro-Magnetic Laboratory Rail Gunhas been in testing since 2012.

Russia,[4][5][6] China,[7][8][9][10] India[11][12][13] and the United Kingdom[14][15] are also developing military grade directed-energy weapons while Iran[16][17][18][19] and Turkey claim to have them in active service.[20][21][22] The first usage of directed-energy weapons in combat between military forces was claimed to have occurred in Libya in August 2019 by Turkey, which claimed to use the ALKA directed-energy weapon.[23][24] After decades of research and development, most directed-energy weapons are still at the experimental stage and it remains to be seen if or when they will be deployed as practical, high-performance military weapons.[25][26]

Operational advantages

Directed energy weapons could have several main advantages over conventional weaponry:

  • Directed-energy weapons can be used discreetly; (which means that are difficult to detect or prove.) radiation does not generate sound and is invisible if outside the visible spectrum.[27][28]
  • Light is, for practical purposes, unaffected by gravitywindage and Coriolis force, giving it an almost perfectly flat trajectory. This makes aim much more precise and extends the range to line-of-sight, limited only by beam diffraction and spread (which dilute the power and weaken the effect), and absorption or scattering by intervening atmospheric contents.
  • Lasers travel at light-speed and have long range, making them suitable for use in space warfare.
  • Laser weapons potentially eliminate many logistical problems in terms of ammunition supply, as long as there is enough energy to power them. (we have already seen that they are creating artificial suns to ensure endless energy/power.)
  • Depending on several operational factors, directed-energy weapons may be cheaper to operate than conventional weapons in certain contexts.[29]



Although some devices are labeled as microwave weapons, the microwave range is commonly defined as being between 300 MHz and 300 GHz, which is within the RF range[30]—these frequencies having wavelengths of 1 meter to 1 millimeter. Some examples of weapons which have been publicized by the military are as follows:

Active Denial System

Active Denial System is a millimeter wave source  that heats the water in a human target’s skin and thus causes incapacitating pain. It was developed by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory and Raytheon for riot-control duty. Though intended to cause severe pain while leaving no lasting damage, concern has been voiced as to whether the system could cause irreversible damage to the eyes. There has yet to be testing for long-term side effects of exposure to the microwave beam. It can also destroy unshielded electronics.[31] The device comes in various sizes, including attached to a Humvee.

Vigilant Eagle

Vigilant Eagleis a proposed airport defense system that directs high-frequency microwaves towards any projectile that is fired at an aircraft.[32] The system consists of a missile-detecting and tracking subsystem (MDT), a command and control system, and a scanning array. The MDT is a fixed grid of passive infrared (IR) cameras. The command and control system determines the missile launch point. The scanning array projects microwaves that disrupt the surface-to-air missile’s guidance system, deflecting it from the aircraft.[33]

Bofors HPM Blackout

Bofors HPM Blackoutis a high-powered microwave weapon that is said to be able to destroy at short distance a wide variety of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) electronic equipment and is purportedly non-lethal.[34][35][36]

EL/M-2080 Green Pine|EL/M-2080 Green P

The effective radiated power (ERP) of the EL/M-2080 Green Pine radar  makes it a hypothetical candidate for conversion into a directed-energy weapon, by focusing pulses of radar energy on target missiles.[37] The energy spikes are tailored to enter missiles through antennas or sensor apertures where they can fool guidance systems, scramble computer memories or even burn out sensitive electronic components.[37]

Active electronically scanned array

AESA radars mounted on fighter aircraft have been slated as directed energy weapons against missiles, however, a senior US Air Force officer noted: “they aren’t particularly suited to create weapons effects on missiles because of limited antenna size, power and field of view”.[38] Potentially lethal effects are produced only inside 100 meters range, and disruptive effects at distances on the order of one kilometer. Moreover, cheap countermeasures can be applied to existing missiles.[39]

Counter-electronics High Power Microwave Advanced Missile Project

Counter-electronics High Power Microwave Advanced Missile Project


Members of the Directed Energy and Electric Weapon Systems Program Office of the US Navy, fire a laser through a beam director on a Kineto Tracking Mount, controlled by a MK-15 Phalanx Close-In Weapons System

A laser weapon is a directed-energy weapon based on lasers.[40]


Particle-beam weapons can use charged or neutral particles, and can be either endoatmospheric or exoatmospheric. Particle beams as beam weapons are theoretically possible, but practical weapons have not been demonstrated yet. Certain types of particle beams have the advantage of being self-focusing in the atmosphere.

Blooming is also a problem in particle-beam weapons. Energy that would otherwise be focused on the target spreads out and the beam becomes less effective:

  • Thermal blooming occurs in both charged and neutral particle beams, and occurs when particles bump into one another under the effects of thermal vibration, or bump into air molecules.
  • Electrical blooming occurs only in charged particle beams, as ions of like charge repel one another.


Plasma weapons fire a beam, bolt, or stream of plasma, which is an excited state of matter consisting of atomic electrons & nuclei and free electrons if ionized, or other particles if pinched.

The MARAUDER (Magnetically Accelerated Ring to Achieve Ultra-high Directed-Energy and Radiation) used the Shiva Star project (a high energy capacitor bank which provided the means to test weapons and other devices requiring brief and extremely large amounts of energy) to accelerate a toroid of plasma at a significant percentage of the speed of light.[41]

The Russian Federation is developing plasma weapons.[42]


Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD)

The LRAD is the round black device on top of the New York City police Hummer.

The Long Range Acoustic Device(LRAD) is an acoustic hailing device developed by LRAD Corporation to send messages and warning tones over longer distances or at higher volume than normal loudspeakers, and as a non-lethal directed-energy weapon. LRAD systems are used for long-range communications in a variety of applications[43] and as a means of non-lethal, non-kinetic crowd control. They are also used on ships as an anti-piracy measure.

According to the manufacturer’s specifications, the systems weigh from 15 to 320 pounds (6.8 to 145.1 kg) and can emit sound in a 30°- 60° beam at 2.5 kHz.[44] They range in size from small, portable handheld units which can also be strapped to a person’s chest, to larger models which require a mount to stabilise them.[45] The power of LRADs means that the sound beam which they produce can penetrate vehicles and buildings whilst retaining a high degree of fidelity, meaning verbal messages can be conveyed more clearly in some situations.[46] Their weapons capability has been controversially used in the USA to disrupt numerous protests.



Mirrors of Archimedes

Archimedes may have used mirrors acting collectively as a parabolic reflector to burn ships attacking Syracuse.

According to a legend, Archimedes created a mirror with an adjustable focal length (or more likely, a series of mirrors focused on a common point) to focus sunlight on ships of the Roman fleet as they invaded Syracuse, setting them on fire.[47] Historians point out that the earliest accounts of the battle did not mention a “burning mirror”, but merely stated that Archimedes’s ingenuity combined with a way to hurl fire were relevant to the victory. Some attempts to replicate this feat have had some success; in particular, an experiment by students at MIT showed that a mirror-based weapon was at least possible, if not necessarily practical.[48] The hosts of MythBusters tackled the Mirrors of Archimedes three times (in episodes 19, 57 and 172) and were never able to make the target ship catch fire, declaring the myth busted three separate times.

20th Century

Robert Watson-Watt

In 1935, the British Air Ministry asked Robert Watson-Watt of the Radio Research Station whether a “death ray” was possible.[49][50] He and colleague Arnold Wilkins quickly concluded that it was not feasible, but as a consequence suggested using radio for the detection of aircraft and this started the development of radar in Britain.[51][52]

The fictional “engine-stopping ray”

Stories in the 1930s and World War Two gave rise to the idea of an “engine-stopping ray”. They seemed to have arisen from the testing of the television transmitter in Feldberg, Germany. Because electrical noise from car engines would interfere with field strength measurements, sentries would stop all traffic in the vicinity for the twenty minutes or so needed for a test. Reversing the order of events in retelling the story created a “tale” where tourists car engine stopped first and then were approached by a German soldier who told them that they had to wait. The soldier returned a short time later to say that the engine would now work and the tourists drove off. Such stories were circulating in Britain around 1938 and during the war British Intelligence relaunched the myth as a “British engine-stopping ray,” trying to spoof the Germans into researching what the British had supposedly invented in an attempt to tie up German scientific resources.[53]

German World War II experimental weapons

During the early 1940s Axis engineers developed a sonic cannon that could cause fatal vibrations in its target body. A methane gascombustion chamber leading to two parabolic dishes pulse-detonated at roughly 44 Hz. This sound, magnified by the dish reflectors, caused vertigo and nausea at 200–400 meters (220–440 yd) by vibrating the middle ear bones and shaking the cochlear fluid within the inner ear. At distances of 50–200 meters (160–660 ft), the sound waves could act on organ tissues and fluids by repeatedly compressing and releasing compressive resistant organs such as the kidneysspleen, and liver. (It had little detectable effect on malleable organs such as the heartstomach and intestines.) Lung tissue was affected at only the closest ranges as atmospheric air is highly compressible and only the blood rich alveoli resist compression. In practice, the weapon was highly vulnerable to enemy fire. Riflebazooka and mortar rounds easily deformed the parabolic reflectors, rendering the wave amplification ineffective.[54]

In the later phases of World War IINazi Germany increasingly put its hopes on research into technologically revolutionary secret weapons, the Wunderwaffe.

Among the directed-energy weapons the Nazis investigated were X-ray beam weapons developed under Heinz Schmellenmeier, Richard Gans and Fritz Houtermans. They built an electron accelerator called Rheotron (invented by Max Steenbeck at Siemens-Schuckert in the 1930s, these were later called Betatrons by the Americans) to generate hard X-ray synchrotron beams for the Reichsluftfahrtministerium (RLM). The intent was to pre-ionize ignition in aircraft engines and hence serve as anti-aircraft DEW and bring planes down into the reach of the flak. The Rheotron was captured by the Americans in Burggrub on April 14, 1945.[citation needed]

Another approach was Ernst Schiebolds ‘Röntgenkanone’ developed from 1943 in Großostheim near Aschaffenburg. Richert Seifert & Co from Hamburg delivered parts.[55]

Reported use in Sino-Soviet conflicts

The Central Intelligence Agency informed SecretaryHenry Kissinger  that it had twelve reports of Soviet forces using laser-based weapons  against Chinese forces during the 1969 Sino-Soviet border clashes, though William Colby doubted that they had actually been employed.[56]

Northern Ireland “squawk box” field trials

In 1973, New Scientist magazine reported that a sonic weapon known as a ‘squawk box’ underwent successful field trials in Northern Ireland, using soldiers as guinea pigs. The device combined two slightly different frequencies which when heard would be heard as the sum of the two frequencies (ultrasonic) and the difference between the two frequencies (infrasonic) e.g. two directional speakers emitting 16,000 Hz and 16,002 Hz frequencies would produce in the ear two frequencies of 32,002 Hz and 2 Hz. The article states: ‘The squawk box is highly directional which gives it its appeal. Its effective beam width is so small that it can be directed at individuals in a riot. Other members of a crowd are unaffected, except by panic when they see people fainting, being sick, or running from the scene with their hands over their ears. The virtual inaudibility of the equipment is said to produce a “spooky” psychological effect.[57] The British Ministry of Defence denied the existence of such a device. It stated that it did have, however, an ‘ultra-loud public address system which […] could be “used for verbal communication over two miles, or put out a sustained or modulated sound blanket to make conversation, and thus crowd organisation, impossible.”‘[58][59]

East German “decomposition” methods

The writer Jürgen Fuchs described decomposition methods as ‘an attack on the human soul’.[60] He died of a rare form of leukemia in 1990 which he believed was the result ofradiation poisoning. He, and others, suspected he had been targeted with directed X-rays during his imprisonment.[61][62]

In East Germany in the 1960s, many people were arrested and interrogated for holding politically incorrect views or for performing actions deemed hostile by the ruling socialist state. Such arrests, which could also involve direct physical torture, were condemned internationally. In an effort to avoid such condemnation the state security service, the Stasi, attempted alternative methods of repression which could paralyze people without keeping them in a physical prison. They could therefore avoid there being any evidence of repression or at least limit it. One such alternative method was called decomposition (transl. Zersetzung). In the 1970s and ’80s it became the primary method of repressing domestic ‘hostile-negative’[63] forces. It was a psychological warfare method which could involve the group based and systematic gaslighting of targets, among other things.[64] Some of the victims of this method suffered from suspicious cases of cancer and have claimed that they had also been targeted with directed X-rays. In addition, when the East German state collapsed powerful X-ray equipment was found in prisons without there being any apparent reason to justify its presence. In 1999, the modern German state was investigating the possibility that this X-ray equipment was being used as weaponry and that it was a deliberate policy of the Stasi to attempt to give prisoners radiation poisoning, and thereby cancer, through the use of directed X-rays.[61] The negative effects of the radiation poisoning and cancer would extend past the period of incarceration. In this manner someone could be debilitated even though they were no longer imprisoned. The historian Mary Fulbrook states, ‘The subsequent serious illnesses and premature deaths of dissidents such as the novelist Jürgen Fuchs, and the author of the critical analysis of ‘The Alternative in Eastern Europe’, Rudolf Bahro, have been linked by some to the suspicion of exposure to extraordinarily high and sustained levels of X-rays while waiting for interrogations, and being strapped to unpleasant chairs in small prison cells in front of mysterious closed boxes- boxes that, along with their mysterious apparatus, curiously disappeared after the collapse of the SED (Socialist Unity Party of Germany) system.’[65]

Strategic Defense Initiative

In the 1980s, U.S. President Ronald Reagan proposed the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) program, which was nicknamed Star Wars. It suggested that lasers, perhaps space-based X-ray lasers, could destroy ICBMs in flight. Panel discussions on the role of high-power lasers in SDI took place at various laser conferences, during the 1980s, with the participation of noted physicists including Edward Teller.[66][67]

Though the strategic missile defense concept has continued to the present under the Missile Defense Agency, most of the directed-energy weapon concepts were shelved. However, Boeing has been somewhat successful with the Boeing YAL-1 and Boeing NC-135, the first of which destroyed two missiles in February 2010. Funding has been cut to both of the programs.

Iraq War

During the Iraq War, electromagnetic weapons, including high power microwaves, were used by the U.S. military to disrupt and destroy Iraqi electronic systems and may have been used for crowd control. Types and magnitudes of exposure to electromagnetic fields are unknown.[68]

Alleged tracking of Space Shuttle Challenger

The Soviet Union invested some effort in the development of  ruby and carbon dioxide lasers  as anti-ballistic missile systems, and later as a tracking and anti-satellite system. There are reports that the Terra-3 complex at Sary Shagan was used on several occasions to temporarily “blind” US spy satellites in the IR range.

It has been claimed (and proven false) that the USSR made use of the lasers at the Terra-3 site to target the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1984.[69][70] At the time, the Soviet Union was concerned that the shuttle was being used as a reconnaissance platform. On 10 October 1984 (STS-41-G), the Terra-3 tracking laser was allegedly aimed at Challenger as it passed over the facility. Early reports claimed that this was responsible for causing “malfunctions on the space shuttle and distress to the crew”, and that the United States filed a diplomatic protest about the incident.[69][70] However, this story is comprehensively denied by the crew members of STS-41-G and knowledgeable members of the US intelligence community.[71] After the end of the Cold War, the Terra-3 facility was found to be a low-power laser testing site with limited satellite tracking capabilities, which is now abandoned and partially disassembled.

Modern 21st-century use

Havana syndrome

Havana syndrome is a set of medical symptoms reported by US personnel in Havana, Cuba and other locations, suspected by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to be caused by microwave energy.[72]

Anti-piracy measures

LRADs are often fitted on commercial and military ships. They have been used on several occasions to repel pirate attacks by sending warnings and by producing intolerable levels of sound. For example, in 2011 the cruise liner The Spirit of Adventure defended itself from Somali pirates in the Indian ocean by using its LRAD to force them to retreat.[73][74]

Non-lethal weapon capability

The TECOM Technology Symposium in 1997 concluded on non-lethal weapons, “determining the target effects on personnel is the greatest challenge to the testing community”, primarily because “the potential of injury and death severely limits human tests“.[75]

Also, “directed-energy weapons that target the central nervous system and cause neurophysiological disorders may violate the Certain Conventional Weapons Convention of 1980. Weapons that go beyond non-lethal intentions and cause ‘superfluous injury or unnecessary suffering’ may also violate the Protocol I to the Geneva Conventions of 1977.”[76]

Some common bio-effects of non-lethal electromagnetic weapons include:

Interference with breathing poses the most significant, potentially lethal results.

Light and repetitive visual signals can induce epileptic seizures. Vection and motion sickness can also occur.

Cruise ships are known to use sonic weapons (such as LRAD) to drive off pirates.[77]

Russia has been reportedly using blinding laser weapons during its military intervention in Donbass.[78]


September 17th, 2020.

This video will clearly show the connection between the use of directed energy weapons weather modification and COVID-19. After watching this video you should have a pretty good understanding as to why you are in lockdown or shut down. Everything is being done so the Satanists can try to salvage what’s left of the planet for their survival NOT yours. Please like and share!
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December 6th, 2021.
The High Energy Laser with Integrated Optical-dazzler and Surveillance, or HELIOS, provides the U.S. Navy with game-changing directed energy capability through integration of high energy laser and optical dazzler technology into the ship and combat system. More than just a high energy laser, The HELIOS system’s multi-mission capabilities include long range Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) and Counter UAS-mounted ISR (C-ISR) Dazzler.

The HELIOS system’s deep magazine, low cost per kill, speed of light delivery, and precision response enable it to address Fleet needs now and its mature, scalable architecture supports increased laser power levels to counter additional threats in the future. HELIOS leverages technology building blocks from significant, long term internal research and development projects that continue to advance the Navy’s goal for fielding laser weapon systems aboard surface ships and putting the Navy on the right side of the cost curve for threat engagements.

Marinized: extended at-sea operations
Flexible: fast, graduated response
Powerful: precise engagement, deep magazine
Affordable: favorable cost exchange ratio
Reliable: mature technology
Upgradable: modular open architecture

Lockheed Martin was awarded the Surface Navy Laser Weapon System (SNLWS) Increment 1, known as HELIOS, contract in January 2018 and has made steady progress on this rapid Directed Energy prototype which will be delivered later this year.

In 2020, Lockheed Martin completed the Critical Design Review and Navy Factory Qualifcation Test milestones, demonstrating the value of system engineering rigor and proven Aegis system integration and test processes on the way to delivering an operationally effective and suitable laser weapon system that meets the Navy’s mission requirements. During factory testing in Moorestown, New Jersey, HELIOS routinely demonstrated full power operation above 60 kW. The scalable laser design architecture spectrally combines multiple kilowatt fiber lasers to attain high beam quality at various power levels.

“System engineering rigor, robust system integration and test, and leveraging of mature technology are cornerstones of the successfully executed HELIOS program and enable on-time delivery of warfighting capability and significant risk reduction for future systems,” said Joe Ottaviano, Lockheed Martin Business Development director. “together with our exceptional Navy-industry partnership, we are leveraging industry-leading laser technology and decades of ship integration and combat system integration expertise.”

In early 2021, the U.S. Navy will field test the Department of Defense’s first acquisition program to provide warfighters with permanent laser weapon system capability. While it will be initially integrated into an operational West Coast-based Arleigh Burke Flight IIA destroyer with the Aegis Combat System, HELIOS is also adaptable to other ship types and combat systems, such as aircraft carriers and big-deck amphibs with the Ship Self-Defense System (SSDS).

“Completing these significant critical milestones for the HELIOS team and the U.S. Navy brings us much closer to delivering the system to the Navy and providing the Fleet with the capability to counter unmanned aerial threats and fast attack boats today. This puts us on the path to counter anti-ship cruise missiles in the future,” said Hamid Salim, vice president, Advanced Product Solutions at Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems. “This is a transformational new weapon system. Laser weapon systems are no longer years away; they’re here now.”



May 15th, 2020.|
California Wildfires Caused By Directed Energy Weapons


December 15th, 2018.


still thinks DEW energy is a conspiracy? pretty old documentary here, but very detailed information about these weapons our government has and uses today! California fires are not normal. they have been burning California to the ground since i last visited in 2016-2017. Starting in Mariposa County CA, Yosemite National Park. Natural land or forest fires don’t just burn houses, cars, street poles, signs, and stores and just leave all the shrubs and trees standing! These are controlled burns to push the citizens out and into stack’em and pack’em cities.

UPDATE: 4/13/18. Cynthia is now convinced that her brain was hacked. Since when? As early as 2010. The military industrial medical complex has been in possession of such technologies for years – the American public is unaware these technologies exist. Currently, the public sector is catching up. Here is a related article: [[REMOTE CONTROL: Scientists hack rat brains to control their limbs – making them run, freeze and turn around at the flick of a switch Terrifying advance allows scientists to control movement after minor surgery which could go unnoticed]]


Directed Energy Weapons / MICROWAVE WEAPONS


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