Isaac Bonewits was one of North America's leading experts on ancient and modern Druidism, Witchcraft and the rapidly growing Earth Religions movement. In his book Real Magic, Bonewits proposed his "Laws of Magic" and designed a device that could read minds and send out thoughts of its own...and it's HAARP!
"Basically every human body is a walking radio station, broadcasting and receiving on ultra-long wavelengths of the standard electromagnetic energy spectrum. Anything that will affect the human neural system will modulate the radio waves broadcast and the efficiency of reception for those waves broadcast by others. And 99 percent of all instructions for casting spells are ways of changing your neural system!..."
"It also means that once we can get over the minor details of (a) building an artificial antenna-transmitter 10 kilometers across and (b) figuring out a translation method, we will be able to build a machine that will be able to read minds and send out thoughts of its own!..." - Isaac Bonewits (1971)
This was written by Isaac in 1971. HAARP was established in 1993 and when Bonewits was writing his thesis, computers were pushing kilobytes of data. Now we have computers pushing exabytes of data. Are ionospheric heaters messing with your mind?
The main instrument at HAARP Station is the Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI). This is a high power, high-frequency phased array radio transmitter with a set of 180 antennas, disposed in an array of 12x15 units that occupy a rectangle of about 33 acres (13 hectares). The IRI is used to temporarily energize a small portion of the ionosphere. The study of these disturbed volumes yields important information for understanding natural ionospheric processes.
Isaac Bonewits was a practicing Neopagan priest, scholar, teacher, bard, and polytheologian for over 35 years, he had coined much of the vocabulary and articulated many of the issues that have shaped the rapidly growing Neopagan community in the United States and Canada, with opinions both playful and controversial. Isaac passed away from his cancer August 12, 2010
As the author of several books including Real Magic, Authentic Thaumaturgy, Witchcraft, Neopagan Rites, and The Pagan Man, numerous articles, reviews and essays, many songs and albums, and "spellbinding" lectures, he had educated, enlightened and entertained two generations of modern Goddess worshippers, nature mystics, and followers of other minority belief systems, and had explained these movements to journalists, law enforcement officers, college students, and academic researchers.
Isaac was the Founder and Archdruid Emeritus of Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship (the best known Neopagan Druid organization based in North America), a 3° Druid within the United Ancient Order of Druids (the best known Mesopagan Druid order), a retired High Priest in both the Gardnerian ("British Orthodox") and the N.R.O.O.G.D. ("California Heterodox") traditions of Wicca (Neopagan Witchcraft), an initiate of Santeria (Afro-Cuban Mesopaganism) and the "Caliphate Line" of the Ordo Templi Orientis (Aleister Crowley's Mesopagan magical tradition), as well as a member of other Neopagan and Mesopagan Druid orders. He had been a member of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS) for three years. Having survived four previous spouses (and vice versa), on July 23, 2004 he was handfasted to CUUPS co-founder, tarot expert, writer, and Wiccan Priestess, Phaedra Heyman Bonewits (hope springs eternal).
Articulate, witty, yet scholarly, Isaac spent his last remaining years writing books on Druidism, Witchcraft, Neopaganism, dualism, and polytheology.
Isaac wished it officially known that he was not "A Pagan Spiritual Leader," but merely one of the Neopagan movement's better-known Unindicted Co-conspirators...