Psychic Espionage’: An Insider’s View of US Army’s Secret Project StarGate

75F5ABD2-E13E-4BD8-8F6A-E684A72E5FD2.jpegMajor Ed Dames was one of five officers trained to monitor and analyze ‘remote viewing’, a technique said to allow users to psychically ‘see’ locations, events or other information from great distances. The top-secret project, run by the Defense Intelligence Agency, would be dubbed Project StarGate. The Central Intelligence Agency, to whom Project StarGate….. Read More 

 

 

 

Revealed! What Does Russia, the Clintons, Vegas Massacre, NFL and Hollywood All Have in Common?

Dave Hodges joins Sheila Zilinsky on a powerful and riveting analysis on current events and how they all connect. Oct 19, 2017

California Gets Cooked- Fires Create by Microwave Directed Energy Weapon

439A1D32-76D4-4416-AD3F-6516593F4770.jpegIn science fiction, futuristic soldiers are often shown wielding light emitting weapons. Flash Gordon used a ray gun, Captain Kirk carried a phaser, and Darth Vader brandished a light saber. But, today, the imagined future of science fiction is a reality. The United States is deploying a new generation of weapons that discharge light-wave energy, the same spectrum of energy found in your microwave, or in your TV remote control…….Read More/Videos

The U.S. Military Will Be Conducting ‘A Major Military Exercise’ On The Korean Peninsula During The Solar Eclipse

IMG_0517.JPGOn August 21st, approximately 25,000 U.S. troops will join “tens of thousands” from the South Korean military to conduct a “major military exercise” that is already triggering threats from North Korea. Considering the fact that any sort of provocation could cause a nuclear war to erupt on the Korean peninsula, is this really a wise thing to do? The more research that I do on this upcoming solar eclipse, the stranger things become. When I first started hearing about this eclipse many months ago, I didn’t pay too much attention, but now after looking into it extensively I do believe that it is going to be quite significant……Read More

North Korean They Warn The Residents of Guam : DO NOT LOOK AT THE SKY AFTER WE FIRE OUR MISSILES OR “BE BLINDED” BY THE FLASH

IMG_0505.JPGNorth Korea Publicly Announces Plans To NUKE Guam by Mid-August. North Korea’s military says President Donald Trump’s warning of “fire and fury” if it threatens the U.S. is a “load of nonsense.” The North is responding to Trump’s threat in a statement from its military carried by state-run news agency KCNA. The statement says that “only absolute force” can work on someone as “bereft of reason” as Trump. The North Korean statement also says the military action its army “is about to take” will be effective for restraining America’s “frantic moves” in and near the southern part of the Korean Peninsula…...Read More 

Japan moves missile defence system into central Tokyo as people rush to buy bomb shelters and US citizens in Hawaii are told to prepare for a nuclear attack

IMG_0500.JPGJapan has wheeled missile defence systems into the heart of Tokyo after North Korea threatened to send a volley of rockets over the country towards Guam. Pictures show how a PAC-3 Patriot missile unit has been moved in to a compound at the Defence Ministry in the capital after officials said they could shoot down North Korean rockets if they pass overhead. Sales of bomb shelters in Japan are said to have increased as tensions continue to rise in the region while officials in Seoul have vowed to bolster their defences. But South Korean citizens – long accustomed to its neighbour’s fearsome rhetoric, are staying remarkably calm as the crisis unfolds, it has been reported……..Read More

A limited strike, full-scale invasion or pressure on China

The war of threats between President Trump and the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-Un, is setting global nerves on edge. We’re used to blood curdling propaganda from Pyongyang, but an American president using the same kind of language – ‘fire and fury’ – is a new departure. The threat of nuclear war in East Asia is suddenly alarmingly close. But before this hysterical rhetoric reaches a climax, Western leaders must consider what history and strategic analysis teaches us about how to avoid calamity – or how best to contain it. The devastating nature of the first Korean War in 1950-53 is a warning of the huge costs of a second, which could also drag in countries as close as Japan, as remote as Britain or as reluctant as China……Read More