Illustration after Soviet Military Power, Department of Defense, 1985, p. 45
In July 1976 the U.S. received very special Bicentennial greetings from the Soviet Union.
At that time, communications systems of the world in the 3-30 megaHertz band suddenly met substantial interference from extremely powerful, chirped Soviet transmitters which were suddenly activated. These transmitters continue their transmissions to this day.
Estimates of the power of these enormous transmitters vary, but figures range as high as several hundred megawatts, with a nominal figure being 100 megawatts.
These powerful transmitters were promptly nicknamed “Woodpeckers” because of the characteristic sound of the chirped signal when received. That is, the received signal made a “pecking” sound much like a woodpecker’s beak hitting a block of wood. You can hear the Woodpecker signal here:
Several nations protested, but the powerful signals have continued, right down to this day. The only Soviet response was to add a “spread spectrum” capability, so that the transmitter did not dwell too long on one specific frequency, but shifted periodically to other frequencies.
These transmitters have apparently never been precisely located by U.S. intelligence, but their beams carry much of the characteristics of an over-the-horizon (OTH) radar. They have been dubbed OTH-radars by U.S. intelligence, and can without question perform that mission, in addition to some very interesting missions which U.S. intelligence does not assess.
Soviet Military Power, Department of Defense, 1985, p. 45 shows the direct intersection over the United States of the Woodpecker radar beams used in an OTH-role. We show an illustration of that intersection on this slide.
In addition, we show an additional “scanner” beam which can be scanned across the intersection “grid” over the U.S., formed by waveform interference of two main Woodpecker beams.
These Woodpecker transmitters have a great many diverse functions.
First, they can be used in a conventional over-the-horizon radar node, since their beams follow the earth-ionosphere waveguide and curve around the earth. In this mode they can detect missiles at launch and thereafter, and strategic bombers when taking off and thereafter.
However, these scalar interference grid weapons have many other uses.
First, they can be used to biologically attack entire populations in a targeted area. This aspect is not covered in this briefing. Suffice it to say that phase-locked ELF modulation signals to 10 Hz and less are often detected on multiple Woodpecker frequenciessimultaneously. In a target area, this modulation — if sufficiently stronger than the Schumann resonance of the earth’s magnetic field — will entrain a percentage of the brains into “forced entrainment.” In that case, these human brains are “synchronized” to the Woodpecker signals so that multiple coherent frequencies are phase-locked into them. That is, multiple coherent EM channels directly into these entrained brains now exist. At that point, Fourier expansions may be used to attack specific portions of the brain geometrically.
In addition, scalar EM disease patterns can be modulated upon the carriers, again with Fourier expansions. Specific biological effects can be induced in the entrained populace at will, limited only by the state of the art of the Soviet technology used to attack them. Possible induced effects include instantaneous death, heart seizure, severe emotional disruption, loss of control of internal functions, diseases, disabling of the immune system, and even implantation of thoughts, emotions, and ideas which are interpreted by the targeted subjects as their own.
While further discussion of this area is beyond the scope of this briefing, the biological aspects of the Woodpecker transmitters are horrible. It suffices to say that, in thousands of experiments, Kaznacheyev demonstrated that almost any kind of cellular death and disease pattern could be electromagnetically transmitted. Kaznacheyev reported the effect in the near ultraviolet. Experimenters at the University of Marburg in West Germany duplicated the experiments in the infrared.
The bottom line is that photons themselves can carry death and disease patterns between cells. Scalar EM technology allows the synthesis of the actual potential pattern (which after all represents total control of charge and charge distribution, hence biochemistry in the cell) of a particular cellular disease or death mechanism. Symptoms (and cellular death from them!) of nuclear radiation, chemical poisoning, bacterial infection, and other mechanisms were successfully induced by the Kaznacheyev experiments.
Dr. Popp of West Germany has published an analysis of the virtual photon master control system of the cells. Since scalar EM represents the deliberate ordering of virtual particle flux into deterministic patterns, the master control system can readily be entered with scalar techniques to induce disease and disorder at will.