Remember, anything they do, the cabal, they "say" they are doing it for some good, but in reality, they do it to harm us in the end. We just have to keep remembering the 4 prong goal of theirs for globalizing to work and come into being......
They must reduce or eliminate our rights under our governing documents,
They must coopt the system, either through bribery, blackmail or threats.
They must instill fear at a deep level to counter the power we have within.
Finally, they MUST take our guns and depopulate down to a manageable level.
We had strange lightening in our subdivision that was not normal and now after reading this it sounds like what we saw. The lightening came directly from the clouds, not hitting to the highest point as it usually does, rather going directly to ground.... a home was hit directly and exploded and caught on fire. So this is already being tested and that was just recently here in our little podunk town.
Once we accept that these are the goals, then we can respond and do something about it. Check this out below, which is their latest attempt to build a weapon of mass destruction that can be blamed on nature. Its that simple. As they like to brag, (one of their weaknesses), "by deception, we will conduct war". They are not kidding about that. Its war, do not fool yourselves about that fact.
Just remember how long they have been trying to do this, which is centuries.
HAARP, Project NIMBUS, and the Fire of the Gods
Posted on October 4, 2014
by Jim Lee
, The ResoNation
Typical radio signals will not penetrate our oceans, however Extremely Low Frequency (ELF waves) will. The United States of America previously relied on its ELF transmitters at Clam Lake, Wisconsin and Republic, Michigan (Project ELF, Project Seafarer, and Project Sanguine) to send powerful radio signals to reach submarines deep in the ocean. These transmitters used cables suspended on telephone poles, which were several miles long, and 2.6 million watts to produce a 76 Hz (45 Hz alternate) signal that could be heard over half of the Earth’s surface.
The system was controversial, and was the target of legal attacks, suits and protests throughout its operating life. On five occasions protesters cut down transmission line poles, interrupting operation briefly. In 2004 the Navy shut down both transmitters, with the explanation that very low frequency (VLF) communication systems had improved to the point that the ELF system was unnecessary.
Project ELF’s shutdown had little to do with improvements in VLF communication and all to do with the creation of the HAARP
facility in Gakona, Alaska in 1993.
HAARP abandoned the long cable antennas in favor of 180 crossed-dipole antennas, 3.6 million watts, and a novel new idea: use the ionosphere to create ELF waves.
HAARP focuses its antenna, called the Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI)
, directly overhead where its powerful 5 billion watt output boils a portion of the sky.
This boiling action causes a portion of the ionosphere to detach
, which undulates in the solar wind, creating ELF waves like a massive ionospheric sub-woofer.
Researchers use ELF transmissions from the HAARP facility to create “whistler waves”
that bounce around our ionosphere and remove trapped radiation that harms satellites, a process known a “radiation-belt remediation
.” These whistler waves are also produced naturally when lightning strikes, and that has Stanford’s VLF group and DARPA very excited. (VN: Both Stanford and DARPA are illum creations.)
DARPA wants to trigger lightning to protect infrastructure, satellites, and use the artificially generated ELF waves to send messages worldwide. Lightning strikes are “triggered” at the University of Florida and University of Arizona, a network of sensors called the Holographic Array for Ionospheric Lightning (HAIL) collects info on these strikes, and HAARP has a large role in the whole process.
It is my belief that DARPA and the Stanford VLF group are using rockets, lasers, and HAARP to artificially charge thunderstorms to produce lightning strikes and subsequent ELF/ULF/VLF transmissions.
Here are the facts:
The Pentagon Launches Plan to Master Lightning
(Dec. 17) — In Greek mythology, it was a weapon of war. Now the U.S. military is looking to tame lightning, which remains one of nature’s most confounding — and feared — phenomena.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the R&D arm of the Pentagon, has embarked on a project called NIMBUS, which seeks to understand the underlying mechanisms of lightning. “Although significant progress has been made in recent years in our understanding of the lightning discharge and related phenomena, fundamental questions remain unanswered,” the agency said in an announcement released today.
Lightning has long perplexed scientists. Not only are atmospheric scientists unsure of exactly what initiates lightning, but they also don’t understand precisely how and why it is able to propagate over great distances, and where it will strike. That makes it, in DARPA’s view, “one of the major unsolved mysteries in the atmospheric sciences.”
The fanciful-sounding NIMBUS project has a serious goal: curbing the $5 billion in damage that lightning strikes cause each year.
Lightning is not only little understood, it is dangerous and destructive — strikes cause more than $5 billion in damages annually, according to the Lightning Safety Institute.
NIMBUS will look at ways to protect against that destruction, including attempting to direct where lightning strikes. The initiative also includes plans to try to trigger lightning using rockets, which could be used to model and study the discharges.
This by no means is the military’s first foray into lightning research. Pentagon officials have in the past expressed interest in other enigmatic phenomena associated with lightning, such as so-called ball lightning. Though its existence is disputed, ball lightning is purported to manifest itself as luminous, energetic spheres during storms.
The Pentagon has even funded modest efforts looking at whether ball lightning could be used as a weapon.
Another, somewhat more straightforward application of lightning, not mentioned as part of the DARPA project, is the possibility of creating a “lightning gun” — a weapon that shoots bolts of electricity. In fact, the Defense Department has funded work in this area.
A Tuscon, Ariz., company called Applied Energetics (formerly Ionatron) has received a number of multimillion-dollar contracts from the Army and Navy to develop a lightning weapon that uses ultra-short laser pulses to channel electrostatic discharges. Another company, Xtreme Alternative Defense Systems, in Anderson, Ind., has built a prototype of a lightning gun, named StunStrike.
But don’t look to NIMBUS to yield a deployable death ray. DARPA says the project has a more benign goal: the protection of people and assets. 
Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025
As indicated, the technical hurdles for storm development in support of military operations are obviously greater than enhancing precipitation or dispersing fog as described earlier. One area of storm research that would significantly benefit military operations is lightning modification.
Most research efforts are being conducted to develop techniques to lessen the occurrence or hazards associated with lightning. This is important research for military operations and resource protection, but some offensive military benefit could be obtained by doing research on increasing the potential and intensity of lightning.
Concepts to explore include increasing the basic efficiency of the thunderstorm, stimulating the triggering mechanism that initiates the bolt, and triggering lightning such as that which struck Apollo 12 in 1968. Possible mechanisms to investigate would be ways to modify the electropotential characteristics over certain targets to induce lightning strikes on the desired targets as the storm passes over their location.  (VN: Aaaah, this just explained a phenomenae that we had here in my home town. One late afternoon we had a big storm, or so we thought, but the clouds looked funny and behaved funny and no rain. Then lightening began and usually lightening is attracted to the highest point in the sky (land, like building tops or radio towers etc. Instead it was coming down to the ground directly and skipping anything taller than a ground vehicle, and that was a result of every single lightening strike. TO THE GROUND. Then one of the strange bolts hit the roof of a house, and it set the house on fire immediately. It was all so strange and different than anything we had ever seen before. I found out that my area is the governments new area 51. That also explained it.)
DARPA request for Lightning research corporate partners
Description of the Funding Opportunity: DARPA is soliciting innovative research and development (R&D) proposals on the underlying physics of lightning. Proposed research should investigate innovative approaches that enable revolutionary and fundamental advances in atmospheric and ionospheric science relating to lightning.
Location: The United States is home to thunderstorms of various type, duration, scale and intensity. This program would like to capitalize on the unique geographic features of various locations across the CONUS that offer an increased likelihood of intercepting thunderstorms that exhibit unique characteristics (e.g., elevated, supercellular, multicellular, pulse, etc.).
Experimental Set-up for Triggering Lightning: Bidders should fully describe how they would attempt to trigger lightning and list all potential pieces of equipment necessary to trigger lightning, as well as the equipment necessary to measure and characterize the processes governing lightning initiation, propagation, and attachment. 
DARPA Project NIMBUS
Lightning can cause delays in operations, disrupt communications, destroy assets, and generally pose a deadly threat to military personnel. While lightning has been studied intermittently for decades, critical questions remain about how and why lighting initiates, how it spreads, and how it attaches to objects.
Also unclear is how lightning generates its ionospheric components such as elves, sprites, and gigantic blue jets, or how it ties into the global charging circuit.
Nimbus is a fundamental science program focused on obtaining a comprehensive understanding of the lightning process, its associated emissions (such as x-rays), and its ionospheric components to better protect troops, ordnance, and other military assets.
This program will yield insights into other high-voltage, high-current electromagnetic phenomena. 
DARPA 2012 Budget Estimates
This thrust will obtain insights into physical aspects of natural phenomena such as magnetospheric sub-storms, fire, lightning, and geo-physical phenomena. A major emphasis of this thrust is to provide predictive models for the interactions between plasmas and electromagnetic waves across a range of energy and length scales, and into new regimes.
Specific projects that fall under this heading are foundational studies on:
the initiation, propagation, and attachment of lightning, and their associated emissions;