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Was Norway’s HAARP Facility EISCAT Responsible for the Norway Spiral?

By Henrik Palmgren | redice.tv


Have you ever heard of EISCAT (European Incoherent Scatter facility)?

EISCAT, short for the European Incoherent Scatter facility, is located at Ramfjord, about 20 Kilometers South of Tromsø in Norway where the "Norway Spiral" or the Blue Spiral was seen back in December 2009. It's been said that the "spiral test" or "experiment" caused all kinds of side effects.



At the EISCAT in Tromsø they also have an Ionospheric Heater facility with a Frequency Coverage of 4 to 8 MHz. In contrast, HAARP in Gakona, Alaska has a Frequency Coverage of 2.8 - 10 MHz. You could say that EISCAT is the HAARP of Scandinavia.


Image from above in Google Maps


The following is from the EISCAT website:

The Heater is used for ionospheric modification experiments applying high-power transmissions of high-frequency electro-magnetic waves to study plasma parameters in the ionosphere. The name Heating stems from the fact that these high power electromagnetic waves, which are transmitted into the ionosphre with high-gain atennas, heat the electrons and thus modify the plasma state. To create plasma turbulence, the transmitted frequencies have to be close to the plasma resonances, which are 4 to 8 MHz.
The big question is obviously if this facility’s ability to heat the ionosphere and create plasma turbulence was responsible for creating the "Norway Spiral"?

I’d say yes!

Look at the following video:


Are they testing "Project Blue Beam"? Was this another kind of test? We don't know yet. These questions remain but I think we can throw out the "Failed Russian Rocket theory" with certainty now at least.



EISCAT Svalbard Radar in Longyearbyen. Remember that very close to this facility there is the "Doomsday Seed Vault" in Svalbard



In Tromsø they also have a 931 MHz Ultra High Frequency Radar.


Here is some more information from EISCAT's website:

What is EISCAT?

A brief description of the system
The EISCAT Scientific Association is an international research organisation operating three incoherent scatter radar systems, at 931 MHz, 224 MHz and 500 MHz, in Northern Scandinavia. It is funded and operated by the research councils of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Japan, China, the United Kingdom and Germany (collectively, the EISCAT Associates.)

EISCAT (European Incoherent Scattter) studies the interaction between the Sun and the Earth as revealed by disturbances in the magnetosphere and the ionised parts of the atmosphere (these interactions also give rise to the spectacular aurora, or Northern Lights). The radars are operated in both Common and Special Programme modes, depending on the particular research objective, and Special Programme time is accounted and distributed between the Associates according to rules which are published from time to time.

One EISCAT transmitter site consisting of a UHF system and a VHF system is located close to the city of Tromsø, in Norway, and additional receiver stations are located in Sodankylä, Finland, and Kiruna, Sweden. The EISCAT Headquarters are also located in Kiruna. In 1996 the EISCAT Scientific Association constructed a second incoherent scatter radar facility, the EISCAT Svalbard Radar (ESR), near Longyearbyen on the island of Spitsbergen, far to the North of the Norwegian mainland.

The Incoherent Scatter Radar requires sophisticated technology and EISCAT engineers are constantly involved in upgrading the systems.

In addition to the incoherent scatter radars, EISCAT also operates an Ionospheric Heater facility at Ramfjordmoen (including a Dynasonde) to support various active plasma physics experiments in the high latitude ionosphere.

EISCAT's ionospheric Heating facility including Dynasonde
The Heating facility is situated next to the UHF and VHF incoherent scatter radars. See the list of publications that have come out of this facility since its construction in 1979.

The Heater is used for ionospheric modification experiments applying high-power transmissions of high-frequency electro-magnetic waves to study plasma parameters in the ionosphere. The name Heating stems from the fact that these high power electromagnetic waves, which are transmitted into the ionosphre with high-gain atennas, heat the electrons and thus modify the plasma state. To create plasma turbulence, the transmitted frequencies have to be close to the plasma resonances, which are 4 to 8 MHz.

Red Ice Radio
William Henry - The Apotheosis is at Hand, NWO, COP15, Norway Blue Spiral & Stargates

Jerry E. Smith - HAARP

Jerry E. Smith - Weather Warfare

Nick Begich - HAARP & Weather Manipulation

Here is David Wilcock adding his theory to the mix


Here are some more photos from the sites in Tromsø (Norway), Kiruna (Sweden), Sodankylä (Finland) and Longyearbyenand (Svalbard)












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