3/15/02 6:45:46 AM Pacific Standard Time

I think we have entered a new era of "radar rings."

Notice all the little round spots in the SE + the big ring over Davis AFB, TX. These consistently show up at Wunderground, but the 2X animations get "defective" and blank out. Rings don't show up at Intellicast or Accuweather. HAARP is testing now, for two weeks, apparently.
ELFRAD message below.
Dollars will get you donuts we are revving up for the viewing of a major hologram-in-the-sky very very soon; the GWEN/GPS stations are going to be the projectors..

--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: dave
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 08:45:35 -0500
Subject: Re: [Elfrad-Group] Re: Fwd: VLF_Group: HAARP Tests
Steve wrote:

Well, actually they were supposed to start at 7:00 pm Alaska Time
(8:00 pm PT), and it is now about 5:15 pm PT, so they did indeed
start early.
One two many meanings of the word 'test', i think. 8)
        Any complex system, especially one with high powers, is
        generally tested before being used.  In this case, I'd
        not be surprised to find that if 'research' test was
        scheduled to start at 7:00 pm, that they fired up the
        transmitters for tuning, 'function' tests, etc a bit
        early.  Then they could have some confidence that at
        the designated time for the 'research' tests things
        would work.


On 14 Mar 2002 at 20:06, Sheri wrote:

Steve, March 13 was yesterday. Please explain how the tests are starting
On Thu, 14 Mar 2002 11:32:50 -0600, in rec.radio.shortwave "Tom Sevart" <n2uhcNOSPAM@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi all, Trond Jacobsen posted this info on the WUN list, and I thought I'd share it here.

The HAARP project in Alaska will be performing their VLF injection campaign from March 15-28th. Transmissions will be on frequencies around 3200, 3300, and 5800 kHz. Transmissions will start at 1900 Alaska time (0400 UTC) and lasting about 10 hours.

What kind of signals to look out for:

3.2 MHz: 12.5 Hz on/off keying 50 % duty cycle

3.3 MHZ and 5.8 MHz: sinusoidal modulation with the following frequencies;

1225 Hz, 1875 Hz, 2125 Hz, 2375 Hz, 3365 Hz. At these two frequencies, there

will also be chirp transmissions.

The HAARP website is: http://server5550.itd.nrl.navy.mil/projects/haarp/

The HAARP project has QSL'ed reception reports in the past, so put on your aluminum foil hat and tune in some mind control signals!