HAARP Tornado Confirmed Worst Tornado in the History of the World

May 20, 2013 – KFOR TV: “Worst Tornado in the History of the World” – Moore, Oklahoma


Published on 20 May 2013

A powerful tornado blasted an area outside of Oklahoma City on Monday, ripping roofs off buildings, leveling homes and leaving a massive band of destruction in its wake.
In the desperate seconds and minutes after the storm passed, the human toll was yet to even begin to be counted.
Survivors emerged from shelters to see an apocalyptic vision — the remnants of cars twisted and piled on each other to make what had been a parking lot look like a junk yard. Bright orange flames roaring from a structure that was blazing even as rain continued to fall.
At least one school was in the tornado’s devastation zone in Moore, Oklahoma. Lance West, a reporter for CNN affiliate KFOR, says there were people pulling students from a classroom at an elementary school heavily damaged by the tornado. There were no immediate reports on the condition of the children.

Moore, OK Tornado – May 20, 2013


Video of the Moore, OK tornado of May 20, 2013 as it was doing damage. I was with fellow research scientist Adam Clark of NSSL/CIMMS (he is filming). We were located at SE 24th St. and S. Eastern Ave, about a mile away.

Moore Oklahoma Tornado May 20 2013 FULL VIDEO


Published on 20 May 2013

Moore Oklahoma Tornado May 20 2013 FULL VIDEO -KWTVCHOP
Video is accelerated from 15 mins to 3 mins. Watch as it morphs into a monster.
Our thoughts and prayers are with those on the ground.

Raw Footage: 2 Mile-Wide Tornado in Moore Oklahoma – May 20, 2013


Published on 20 May 2013

Moore Oklahoma Tornado Raw Footage May 20, 2013

A mammoth tornado carved a trail of destruction through the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, killing at least 10 people and ripping apart two elementary schools today, local authorities said.

David Barnes, the director of Oklahoma Emergency Management in Oklahoma County, told ABC News that a single twister tore through homes from Newcastle to Moore, a path of 12 miles. The damage was “widespread” and people’s homes were completely destroyed, all the way to their foundations, he said.

At least 10 people have been confirmed dead in the storm’s aftermath, according to the state’s chief medical examiner’s office.

“It is absolutely devastating, this is horrific,” Oklahoma Lt. Gov Todd Lamb said. “We’re going to have fatalities. … We’re going to have significant injuries. … We just don’t know what those numbers are. Schools have been hit, a hospital has been hit, businesses have been flattened, neighborhoods have been wiped away — we don’t have the numbers in yet but it is going to be significant and it is going to be horrific.”

The National Weather Service said the preliminary rating of the Newcastle-Moore tornado was at least EF-4, meaning wind speeds of up to 200 mph.

“We probably had five tornadoes [tonight],” said NOAA spokeswoman Keli Pirtle in Norman, Okla.

Authorities said Briarwood Elementary School in Moore, Okla., received a “direct hit” from the storm and was severely damaged. In anticipation of the severe weather this afternoon, schools in the Moore area did not release their students at the end of the school day, according to Oklahoma Emergency Management officials.


DutchSinse: HAARP Tornado Confirmed

Late PM May 18, 2013 going into early AM May 19, 2013 — A series of RADAR pulses / “HAARP rings” / Scalar Squares appeared over Oklahoma City.. South across the state.. and East to Tulsa.

Move forward 36 hours, and we see a devastating series of tornadoes form, and hit the pulsed areas.

Here is a screenshot of the before and after for the area in question:

Here is the Scalar Square from late PM on May 18th going into the 19th… see the Oklahoma portion at about the 6minute mark:

5/19/2013 — RADAR pulse / “HAARP ring” / Scalar Square outbreak — Midwest, to North


Published on 19 May 2013

Late PM May 18th, going into early AM May 19, 2013 — multiple RADAR pulses / “HAARP rings” / Scalar Squares appeared on several systems.

Areas pulsed yesterday, being hit today.

Full explanation of what I believe is occurring here:


With heart felt sorrow , I offer condolences to all those effected by this tragic turn of events.
Here are several posts explaining the basics behind the theory of radio frequency modification of the weather, more specifically an explanation on how I believe RADAR is playing a role :







Past RADAR pulse / HAARP ring / Scalar Square confirmations :



leahanna412003 says:

Watch THIS ONE!! They’re sayings it’s because of electrical lines are being hit…I SAY…HAARP waves. What do you think?

Oklahoma Tornadoe Emergency EF4 Worst – Cleveland-McLane-Oklahoma County-Deadly


Published on 20 May 2013

Oklahoma Tornadoe Emergency EF4 Worst – Cleveland-McLane-Oklahoma County-Deadly. Worst Than Shawnee has hit the ground and is tearing through S. Oklahoma City. Numerous Fatalities Likely.

Ilex says:

Scalar has been busier this year than the last three years that we have been watching. The central US has been under attack for 3-4 days now of both scalar and haarp and after you see it on the screen, events may take place 24-48 hours after. Would sure like to know who’s operating these WMD. My heart goes out to all involved with this devastation. Much love, Ilex


3 thoughts on “HAARP Tornado Confirmed Worst Tornado in the History of the World”

  1. Obviously Hurricane Sandy is proof that there was not enough gifting in the new york/new jersey area. I didn’t gift because I am too afraid of trespassing and leaving orgonite near cell phone towers. Maybe you would not be because you are not afraid of storm chasing.


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