Evidence Nemo Was HAARP Created To Favor ‘The Elite’


We now have evidence that Blizzicane Nemo was another nasty HAARP created storm attack upon the New England area. Why TPTB continue to focus destruction upon this area remains a mystery as Nemo joins Hurricane Sandy and the Sandy Hook school shooting as devastating events to take place within the past several months within that vicinity.

One look at the most recent map from HAARPStatus.com reveals magnitued frequency levels in the 10 range in the New England area where the storm took place.

Magnitude 6 to 9 - Significant change is expected. Anything over M7 is rare and special attention must be directed when readings go seven and higher. Severe storms are associated with this reading, which if a short spike can be a nearby event and a long duration and slow build being a large scale change.


Magnitude 10 - Associated with tornado outbreaks. This also can be strong hurricanes and blizzards.

HAARP frequency magnitude maps went from red to magenta as Winter Storm Nemo headed for its East Coast bull’s eye. As of this date, forecasters predict the blizzard most likely will be the worst ever in that region, or at least in the top five of devastating winter storms.

These HAARP maps are chillingly similar to those preceding Hurricane Sandy in the same region in October 2012. To view those maps, go to the 2012 archives in this section of the website.

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HAARP frequency maps for February 5th and 7th

NOTE: HAARP essentially is a massive electromagnetic tool for manipulating weather by changing the Earth’s ionosphere. Originally it was developed as a bloodless weapon of war. Today, many people believe it is being used to help break national economies so enemies, perhaps Globalists, can more easily take over or control a nation.

We now have more undisputed evidence that storms like Nemo are created by HAARP to favor the 'elite'. We certainly aren't in Kansas anymore, Dorothy...


Source: beforeitsnews.com


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