Richmond attempted to get his research papers on the solar tap to President John F. Kennedy in 1963, but they were immediately classified. retired U.S. Army Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Bearden was familiar with Richmond’s research, having studied Tesla himself.
In 1979, Interdimensional Sciences published a novel by physicist Walter Forbes Richmond and anthropologist Leigh Richmond called The Lost Millennium. So important was this novel format of a disastrous technology called a “solar tap” that sounded almost identical to physicist Bernard Eastlund’s High-frequency Active Auroral Researach Project (HAARP) that Jeane Manning addressed the novel in Chapter 2 of Angels Don’t Play This HAARPwritten in 1995 with Nick Begich. (See http://www.globalistagenda.org/download/AngelsDontPlayThisHAARP-AdvancesInTeslaTechnology%282004%29.pdf) In 1962, Walter Richmond had been researching atmospheric electricity and Tesla’s idea of abundant energy from the Sun via the ionosphere—electrical current existing as a potential between the Earth and ionosphere. And the disaster that could follow. 1979 edition:https://www.amazon.com/Lost-Millennium-Walter-Leigh-Richmond/dp/B0046QB63Y 1987 edition: https://www.amazon.com/Lost-Millennium-Walt-Richmond/dp/9997075781