In Reply to: Re: Days of Evil--way off base posted by Systemite on May 31, 2005 at 10:09:03:
With a behind the scenes view, it is obvious that the public is literally "conditioned" with an automatic response with what has probably been a continuous process of reverse media and other types of propaganda to automatically reject any complaint in which a victim claims to be "hearing voices." They are conditioned to perceive this as a "classic" pathological symptom (with a "classic" description--which has made its way into "classic" textbooks) which could not possibly have any foundation in fact. This is your "textbook" symptom, in other words. The technology has been around so long now (albeit in the wrong hands--probably since the 1960's) that there has actually been time to rewrite the textbooks and reform medical curricula to adapt to the power plan. It has become a closed system, with goon squads eliminating witnesses. From behind the scenes, from the vantage point of knowing about the capability to produce microwave hearing effects which has been in existence for almost, if not in excess of, thirty years (carefully concealed from public knowledge except for one or two books and press releases), the whole thing savors of a carefully orchestrated public relations conspiracy. How common were those cases of victims reporting "hearing voices?" What percentage were results of genuine aberration or perhaps drug usage, and what percentage reflects this now sinister appearing scheme to influence the minds of members of the populace from behind the scenes with the new technology? What is the extent of the conspiracy on the part of segments of the psychiatric profession? How many of them were witting? I have personally documented to my own satisfaction the existence of brain control technology for 26 solid years, along with the conspiracy to hide it. I have kept journals on this phenomenon for that length of time--saved newsclippings and books hoping to find vindication for what I now know to be fact. The public is conditioned like Pavlov's dog to automatically reject the possibility of such a thing actually existing, and this poses a maximal danger to society as it falls prey to a very sinister scheme to control it from behind the scenes. The reasons government and the media would engage in the scheme of concealment is partly the use of force which is intrinsic in the brain control itself--the ability to neutralize thought, literally, with electronic disruption. Also, the powers that be are aware of the dangers of said technology, which are admittedly considerable, should it fall into enemy hands. However, the abuse I have experienced at the mercy of some of these operators indicate that the technology is already in some very wrong hands, determined to stop at nothing in their efforts to control society, respecting NO laws, such as those supposedly sacrosanct ones protecting individual privacy and freedom of speech.
The closest I have ever seen to a public revelation of what this technology can do was a 1976 Associated Press newspaper release (printed in the Cleveland Plain Dealer November 22, 1976, p. 9-A) entitled "Mind-bending Soviet radio waves reported." Now that was over two decades ago, and the stuff is still secret, which frightens me (with regard to possible inroads against privacy which may have been achieved since then). Part of the text of that release follows:
A newly declassified U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency report says extensive Soviet research into microwaves might lead to methods of causing disoriented human behavior, nerve disorders or even heart attacks.
"Soviet scientists are fully aware of the biological effects of low-level microwave radiation which might have offensive weapons application," says the report....
The Pentagon agency's report, distributed within the government last March, said one biological effect that could offer antipersonnel uses is the phenomenon known as "microwave hearing." "Sounds and possibly even words which appear to be originating (within the head) can be induced by signal modulation at very low average power densities," the study said....
The report was compiled by Ronald L. Adams of the Army surgeon general's office and Dr. R.A. Williams of Batelle Laboratories, Columbus [Ohio].
Although microwaves could be utilized, the penetrability of the signal (capable of being received in subterranean places like the transit entranceway beneath Cleveland's Terminal Tower complex and certainly not blockable by anything so flimsy as a few sheets of tinfoil) leads me personally to suspect the use of high-energy ( thus ionizing) radiation--something more like an X-ray. I am, however, no expert on these things.
See also a copy of a 1962 paper by Allan Frey. This is to counter accusations by certain people that the technology for brain control could not possibly exist at the time I claimed it did. It describes a parallel exploration of the effects of electromagnetic radiation, particularly for sound simulation, in the United States.
One of the very earliest publications dealing with the Soviet interest in the phenomenon was PSYCHIC DISCOVERIES BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN by Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder, which first came out May, 1970 (Prentice-Hall). Since then, the technology has found its way to other countries--most notably our own. It is difficult to believe that we do not have a mirror program which duplicates anything the other side has. The main reason to be given for not developing technology in this direction overtly is that the medium used is a health hazard sure to be condemned by health authorities like the FDA, and hence would be blackballed as illegal. It has clearly made its way into so-called black projects, however.
Even earlier than this (written up in LIFE magazine in September, 1962) there were rumors that the neurophone invented by G. Patrick Flanagan in the United States (author of the book PYRAMID POWER, 1973, De Vorss & Co.) could effect a telepathic transfer (but this machine was not wireless).
There is flagrant censorship and denial by government and mainstream news-media. Fear of proliferation and subsequent increases in abuse are probable rationales, as well as the fact that there is no public admission that hazardous radiation would be used as a communications medium, this being inherently illegal. At very low levels of intensity, the perils might not be that great. I seem to have survived heavy bombardment nowhere near any safe range (on purpose) nearly intact. I wish that socially acceptable restriction of this technology would make disclosure unnecessary. If complaint to authorities brought a reasonable resolution of the problem, instead of what looks from here like either gross indefinite neglect or unforgivable collusion, it would not be necessary. However, as things are, the price of silence is incredible extremes of abuse, against which no steps are ever taken. Silence is for victims suicidal. Society at large is in grave danger. It is galling that someone could undergo 26 years of torture and human rights abuses in the United States of America, which touts itself all the time as the freest country in the world, yet there is barely a whisper of the situation anywhere. Why should any underclass of people be living lives of the damned in modern America? It certainly goes against the much repeated clause that all men are created equal and are endowed with certain unalienable rights and is more typical of the operation of a dictatorship than a democracy. In likelihood, the crime would have been solved long ago had there been any degree of publicity. The secrecy keeps it going.
The first step toward prevention of illegal mind manipulation with these electronic weapons is to make their existence public knowledge and to document misuse wherever it occurs, so that the public can be on guard for perpetrators and symptoms of abuse. Establishing the existence of the technology is step number one. Unfortunately, it is difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff, fact from fraud. This is one factor making the exposure of the conspiracy so difficult, making it so easy for the conspirators to succeed with their deceptions.
Maybe the same ingenuity and propensity to develop advanced technologies like this which Man has demonstrated could be turned toward development of methods for detection, tracking down to source, and unveiling of those who misuse technology. One note of hope is that the weapon can to some extent serve as its own means of detection-- that is, it can be used to detect illegal operators by being able to see through walls.
Not all of the mind control being done in the U.S. falls under the heading of "experimentation." Sometimes that was the original incentive. But once the controls and circumstances are in place for it to occur, much has occurred which simply reflects malicious and selfish criminality, or the perverse elements in some human natures. Putting any kind of implant in anybody's head is simply opening the door to crime. So is any kind of unsupervised usage of any similar technology on a completely unwitting public.