RECENTLY A BOOK CALLED “ANGEL’S DON’T PLAY THIS HAARP,” by Jeane Manning and Dr. Nick Begich, became available. The authors claim in this book that an experiment now being conducted in Alaska, named HAARP (High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program), can:
1). Disrupt human mental process;
2). Jam all global communications systems;
3). Change weather patterns over large areas;
4). Interfere with wildlife migration patterns;
5). Negatively affect health;
6). Impact the earth’s upper atmosphere.
At first blush, one would believe this was a far-out book by “amateur science-fiction writers,” but upon an examination of the claims on the back cover with the strange weather patterns in recent years, and with knowledge of “Weather, and Environmental Modification Treaties,” one should at least check the claims of the book out.
There is enough information, already available to fill two manila folders; and Jeane Manning is an experienced magazine journalist, reporter, and researcher, author of “The Coming Energy Revolution,” and co-author of “Suppressed Inventions and Other Discoveries,” published by Auckland Institute of Technology Press. Dr. Nick Begich is the eldest son of the late U.S. Congressman from Alaska, and holds a doctorate in traditional medicine.