HAARP Radiation

What is the HAARP Project?

According to the official High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) website, HAARP is an investigation project to “understand, simulate and control ionospheric processes that might alter the performance of communication and surveillance systems.” HAARP is a high-frequency (HF) transmitter system used to modify the ionosphere. The project is jointly funded by the United States Air Force, the Navy, and the University of Alaska. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The project site is near Gakona, Alaska (lat. 62.23 N, long 145.09 W), just West of the Wrangell-Saint Elias National Park


HAARP Antennas

HAARP is said to have 246 antennas erected. Each antenna acts as a transmitter, sending electromagnetic radiation into the ionosphere. HAARP can transmit between 2.8 and 10 MHz. This frequency range lies above the AM radio broadcast band.


The HAARP Electro-Jet

The HAARP “electro-jet” is a river of electricity that flows thousands of miles through the sky and down into the polar icecap. The electro-jet is a vibrating artificial antenna for sending electromagnetic radiation raining down on the earth. The U.S. military states this is being used for “X-raying” the earth and communicating with submarines.



Regardless of where you live, everyone is affected by the high levels of electromagnetic frequencies emitted by HAARP. One of the purposes of HAARP is to develop ELF (extremely low frequency) capability for transmitting high-energy ELF waves. New research by scientists shows that ELFs have profound effects on living organisms, specifically on circadian rhythms. Circadian rhythms are the biological clocks of all living organisms, including humans.