Synopses & Reviews
We are entering a Space Age, but not the kind President Kennedy originally envisioned. This Space Age is replacing resource wars and redefines planet earth as a "battlespace" in accordance with the military doctrine of "Full-Spectrum Dominance."
This book examines how chemtrails and ionispheric heaters like the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP) in Alaska services a full-spectrum dominance. This "Revolution in Military Affairs" needs an atmospheric medium to assure wireless access to the bodies and brains of anyone on Earth—from heat-seeking missiles to a form of mind control.
How sinister are these technologies? Are we being prepared for a "global village" lockdown? The recent release of NSA records have reminded Americans that "eyes in the sky" are tracking us as supercomputers record the phone calls, e-mails, internet posts, and even the brain frequencies of millions.
Elana M. Freeland's startling book sifts through the confusion surrounding chemtrails-versus-contrails and how extreme weather is being "geo-engineered" to enrich disaster capitalists and intimidate nations.
A deconstruction of Bernard J. Eastlund's HAARP patent points to other covert agendas, such as a global Smart Grid infrastructure that enables access to every body and brain on Earth, a "Transhumanist" future that erases lines between human and machine, and Nanobiological hybrids armed with microprocessers that infest and harm human bodies.
The skies look strange and different. Scientists are discovering heavy metals in the soil. Chemtrails
tells us why.
About the Author
E. M. Freeland has worked as a ghostwriter for two decades and has edited books exposing the relationship between electromagnetics ("non-lethals") and neuroscience and remote mind control. She is the author of the Sub Rosa America and The Fall of the New Atlantis series, a fictional platform for a history of the United States since John F. Kennedy's assassination to the present and beyond. She is editor of Paranoia magazine. Her double major in college was creative writing and biology, and she obtained a Master of Arts from St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She lives in Olympia, Washington.