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Mind Control
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RE: Mind Control
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(snip)
Quote:Now back to Barrie Trower. His letter says: “Initially, all systems “pulsed”. However, when it was realized that stealth microwave warfare relies on entrainment of a brain from such pulses, now being used as a domestic instrument, the pulses had to be re-named as “modulations”. The difference between them is infinitesimally small, but the effect is just the same. Only the name has changed. I believe that this explains the dramatic changes in behavior we are now witnessing – group suicides, disruption in schools, aggression and so on.” Over the years, Barrie Trower compiled a list of known entrainment responses (followed by long-term potentiation) from these microwaves. He says: “It should be appreciated that each person will respond slightly differently, although the same areas of brain / temporal / amygdaloid temporal / marotid / etc. will remain the same.
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https://emfcommunity.com/barrie-trower-p...man-brain/

Even if these are propagated by incompetent corporations through defective inventions, and not done deliberately,

It causes physical and psychological illness, which is usually TREATED with toxic palliative and psychiatric drugs,

which leaves the victim more vulnerable to other toxins including propaganda.

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Post: #17
RE: Mind Control
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-29-2018 06:28 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-29-2018 06:05 PM)
The ultimate form of mind control is borg, we're rushing headlong into that state.

Even borg are vulnerable to Tupperware, albeit on a grander scale.

Ha people say that can't affect me, these policies aren't for degradation they are for liberation.

I gotta say, the seals aren't that tight and the food's gonna rot.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-29-2018 06:39 PM)
I think the group think extends back to our origins in the Kalahari. Basically hunting groups. Men are meant to cooperate in a joint effort of hunting so you can exploit that by getting them to join a bunch of running buddies with a clandestine evil purpose. Give them some benefits like a guaranteed job for lodge buddies at a major local employer or at least float the rumor.

You have to make the entry into such an organization difficult which makes them value the membership even more lake fraternity hazing. Make them show you papers of their achievements and other bs so that they think they are special. If you can throw God into the mix its even better. Eternal reward. 72 or whatever virgins.

Then you have a well oiled machine that will carry out not the publics desires but the desires of an evil cabal intent on taking over the world. It also helps to disguise yourself as a charity. Children's hospital or environmental protectors so you can steal land.

It started with chimp-like behaviors in hunter-gatherers. The Alfa-chimp aquires dominance with physical force, and the rest fill in a pecking order similar to dogs.

I'm not comparing us to chimps and dogs per se, that's not the point.

But hunter gatherers were migratory, followed the game and ripe plants, generally spent 2hrs working per day and didn't need micromanagerial control.

As we transitioned to Agrarian culture, planting and harvesting requires more stringent rigid schedules(work dawn to dusk while the sun is shining vs We need to get from Louisiana to Montana by around three months from now chuckle)

Language and propaganda and hierarchies became more refined.

As with the OP, I'm concerned about toxic manipulations, but non-judgmental regarding the science.

For example, a Moon mission or a combat squad might find it useful to borg a little bit.

Walkee talkies on steroids.

But if I get Borged against my will for other purposes my intent is to get kicked out of the club with ANNOYING thoughts.

"Lieutenant, can we please disconnect from private Hunkeldorf! He's fantasizing about midget sex again!"

"Sorry Sergeant, but he's the only one strong enough to hump that huge machine gun."

"Can we at least have a filter? Can you filter that out?"

lol

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Post: #19
RE: Mind Control
good thread luv . but to divert the topic back to your specialty : you have any new insights on the next gen tech rollouts i.e. 5g , wigig , internet of things , mm waves , etc. ?

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Post: #20
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I have to go back to rats. Scientists tell us that we evolved from rats or at least rat like mammals after the asteroid that genocided the dinos. Our rat ancestors probably feasted on the dino carcasses for years and lived underground and came out at night or maybe it was always night but being nocturnal they didn't care.

We can learn a lot from rats. Normally they are very gentle altruistic creatures but if you put them in a confined place with limited food a king rat arises and he has henchmen that controls the rat colony and rations food. In the wild they live in family groups and share everything and will even forego a cookie to allow another rat to escape a trap according to experiments. But put them in a confined space and you get a rat dictatorship.

I believe we are much the same. We used to roam in bands of about 40 or 50 and shared everything with little concept of property. But once agriculture started kings arose and began to control the population. This situation also creates a sense of doom which can be manipulated to control as its not the normal situation.

One fifth of the native americans lived on the west coast because of its abundant resources and a hierarchy arose. The elites practiced head flattening and inserting weird shaped objects into their faces to make themselves appear different. Slavery was practiced with raids along California.

So where there is abundance that abundance is not generally shared but used as a control mechanism along with various myths and brute force to keep the population in a peasant state. A rat hierarchy with a king rat and his henchmen is then the norm.
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Post: #21
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There is also the question of the psychological state of doom and its use in mind control.

See the king rat phenomenon may actually be an evolved response to crisis situations to better insure the survival of the colony. A new mindset takes over of doom in which everyone knows something is wrong and is receptive to lying leaders that promise the way out of the doom.

That's why they use false flags and manufactured terror to trigger the response that taking away freedoms is necessary.

And if its a natural reaction to crises it says that it doesn't matter what governmental form you try. Communism. Capitalism. And elite of lying bullshitters will arise and keep the rest of the population enslaved using their minions like the king rat and his henchmen. Only its kind of an illusion brought on by abundance of food supply and such.
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prosthetic brain  Wrote: (06-29-2018 07:04 PM)
good thread luv . but to divert the topic back to your specialty : you have any new insights on the next gen tech rollouts i.e. 5g , wigig , internet of things , mm waves , etc. ?

Nothing new really. The main concern I have is general health impact, because I'm effected, and in danger, so I've been focusing my research on that more than mind control.

The problem with this wireless infrastructure is minor adjustments can quickly and easily convert intrinsically toxic transmissions into deliberately lethal or highly toxic transmissions.

Change the wave form, pulse pattern, you can convert a mildly toxic(or mind-influential) problem into a lethal one or catastrophic one.

More...

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Like the Highway of Death in Gulf War I.

Retreating Iraqi troops were blasted with "panic" signals from US Electronic Warfare planes, and as they sh*t their pants, they were mowed down.

Same could happen to a US population with the infrastructure in place. Hackers or government could do it. Cause a mass panic, riots, etc.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-29-2018 07:14 PM)
I have to go back to rats. Scientists tell us that we evolved from rats or at least rat like mammals after the asteroid that genocided the dinos. Our rat ancestors probably feasted on the dino carcasses for years and lived underground and came out at night or maybe it was always night but being nocturnal they didn't care.

We can learn a lot from rats. Normally they are very gentle altruistic creatures but if you put them in a confined place with limited food a king rat arises and he has henchmen that controls the rat colony and rations food. In the wild they live in family groups and share everything and will even forego a cookie to allow another rat to escape a trap according to experiments. But put them in a confined space and you get a rat dictatorship.

I believe we are much the same. We used to roam in bands of about 40 or 50 and shared everything with little concept of property. But once agriculture started kings arose and began to control the population. This situation also creates a sense of doom which can be manipulated to control as its not the normal situation.

One fifth of the native americans lived on the west coast because of its abundant resources and a hierarchy arose. The elites practiced head flattening and inserting weird shaped objects into their faces to make themselves appear different. Slavery was practiced with raids along California.

So where there is abundance that abundance is not generally shared but used as a control mechanism along with various myths and brute force to keep the population in a peasant state. A rat hierarchy with a king rat and his henchmen is then the norm.

I agree.

Slavery was practiced in the SouthEast also, but it was Agrarian culture.

It's AGRARIAN culture that's the root of it.

We can eventually transcend that into something better if we don't go extinct first.

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prosthetic brain  Wrote: (06-29-2018 07:04 PM)
good thread luv . but to divert the topic back to your specialty : you have any new insights on the next gen tech rollouts i.e. 5g , wigig , internet of things , mm waves , etc. ?

I wrote you a long reply but "internal server error" wouldn't let me post it; hence the two-parter earlier.

Here's the third part:

5G millimeter waves haven't been tested on humans.

It's illegal to do human experiments with millimeter waves without special permission and with lots of oversight.

Yet the FCC set a standard based on Canadian fraudulent science that the purveyors only have to test a crash test dummy head full of gelatin to see if it gets COOKED.

chuckle

Not cooking, must be safe!

And there are no non-military RF meters available which detect 60Ghz.

So when it zaps you you can't prove it.

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Real-time outdoor concealed-object detection with passive millimeter wave imaging

Abstract
Millimeter wave imaging is finding rapid adoption in security applications such as the detection of objects concealed under clothing. A passive imaging system can be realized as a stand-off type sensor that can operate in open spaces, both indoors and outdoors. In this paper, we address real-time outdoor concealed-object detection and segmentation with a radiometric imaging system operating in the W-band. The imaging system is equipped with a dielectric lens and a receiver array operating at around 94 GHz. Images are analyzed by multilevel segmentation to identify a concealed object. Each level of segmentation comprises vector quantization, expectation-maximization, and Bayesian decision making to cluster pixels on the basis of a Gaussian mixture model. In addition, we describe a faster process that adopts only vector quantization for the first level segmentation. Experiments confirm that the proposed methods provide fast and reliable detection and segmentation for a moving human subject carrying a concealed gun...

https://www.osapublishing.org/oe/abstrac...-19-3-2530

Do we really need mm waves hitting us all day just to play Pokemon Go!

chuckle

These cameras will cost $30-120k

I found one years ago I wanted to use for cell towers and WIFI and Smart meters and it was at a military supplier and was $30,000.

There's no consumer model even if you have $10k to plop down.

Yet.

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Post: #27
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I think the legal system and the UCC law code is the biggest mind control tool out there bar none. It makes cops judges and lawyers all think it's ok to perpetrate wicked and cruel acts as part of their daily lives like it's no big deal.

People who wrong others say a violent crime, well there is one wicked act already. But then you put them in jail instead of trying to address the actual root of what caused their behavior and the wickedness and cruelty just multiplies at an exponential rate. Anyone who gets out of prison from doing hard time is just like someone from the military. They are never the same and most cannot be re-integrated into society without flipping out and having further episodes.

The whole thing is quite sickening really.
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From PSYOP to MindWar:
The Psychology of Victory

-by-

Colonel Paul E. Valley
Commander

- with -
Major Michael A. Aquino
PSYOP Research & Analysis Team Leader



Headquarters, 7th Psychological Operations Group
United States Army Reserve
Presidio of San Francisco, California
1980



-2-

Introduction

- by Michael A. Aquino
Lt. Colonel, Military Intelligence, USAR-Ret
November 2003



In the later 1970s, Psychological Operations (PSYOP) doctrine in the U.S. Army had yet to emerge from the disappointment and frustration of the Vietnam War. Thus it was that in 1980 Colonel Paul Vallely 1 , Commander of the 7th PSYOP Group, asked me, as his Headquarters PSYOP Research & Analysis (FA) Team Leader, to draft a paper that would encourage some futurethought within the PSYOP community. He did not want a Vietnam postmortem, but rather some fresh and innovative ideas concerning PSYOP' s evolution and application.

I prepared an initial draft, which Colonel Vallely reviewed and annotated, which
resulted in revised drafts and critiques until he was satisfied, and the result of that was this

paper: From PSYOP to MindWar: The Psychology of Victory. 2

Colonel Vallely sent copies of it to various governmental offices, agencies, commands, and publications involved or interested in PSYOP. He intended it not as an article for publication, but simply as a "talking paper" to stimulate dialogue. In this it was quite successful, judging by the extensive and lively letters he received concerning it over the next several months.

That should have been the end of MindWar: a minor "staff study" which had done its modest job.

With the arising of the Internet in the 1980s, however, MindWar received an entirely unexpected - and somewhat comic - resurrection. Allusions to it gradually proliferated, with its "sinister" title quickly winning it the most lurid, conspiracy-theory reputation. The rumor mill soon had it transformed into an Orwellian blueprint for Manchurian Candidate mind control and world domination. My own image as an occult personality added fuel to the wildfire: MindWar was now touted by the lunatic fringe as conclusive proof that the Pentagon was awash in Black Magic and Devil-worship.

Now that this absurdly comic opera has at least somewhat subsided, I thought that it might be interesting to make a complete and accurate copy of the paper available, together with an Introduction and some historical-hindsight annotations to place it in reasonable context. After all it did - and perhaps still does - have something worthwhile to say.

Within the U.S. military, PSYOP has habitually been relegated to a back-seat as a "force multiplier". The principal strategic decisions are made in consideration of traditional political and military interests and goals. Only then is PSYOP invited to the table, to help achieve already-agreed-upon missions more efficiently.

MindWar reverses this sequence. Psychological means for achieving victory -
essentially through convincing the enemy that he really wants to bring his national policies into harmony with ours - are fashioned in support of basic political goals. The use of "ordinary" military force (bombs, bullets, etc.) is regarded as a "last resort" in
circumstances wherein MindWar by itself fails.



1 Later Major General, USAR.

2 The term "MindWar" was coined by another PSYOP officer, Colonel Richard Sutter, and myself in 1977. After seeing the
recent film Star Wars, we played with a modification of its name as a futuristic replacement for the somewhat bland Army
designation "Psychological Operations". An avowedly science-fictional treatment of MindWar, complete with a caricature of
Sutter at its helm, appears in my Star Wars story The Dark Side, available at http://www.xeper.org/maquino



-3-

The advantage of Mind War is that it conducts wars in nonlethal, noninjurious, and nondestructive ways. Essentially you overwhelm your enemy with argument. You seize control of all of the means by which his government and populace process information to make up their minds, and you adjust it so that those minds are made up as you desire. Everyone is happy, no one gets hurt or killed, and nothing is destroyed.

https://archive.org/stream/pdfy-Mv-q4qGq...9_djvu.txt

I actually agree with Aquino.

chuckle

But he shouldn't be surprised at the reaction, considering his religious background.

And just because he didn't want to Manchurian Candidate US civilians doesn't mean it can't be used that way.

My personal experience with it was I was subjected to exposures to military grade EMF weapons.

And defective consumer electronics.

What the consumer electronics exposures did to me was cause cognitive issues like brain fog, inability to retrieve vocabulary words from memory, inability to retrieve phone numbers and passwords from memory, and various health problems including most or all the symptoms of Fibromyalgia.

What the military ones did was evoke emotional responses.

I was hit with one a couple times that vibrated my body, illicited a harmonic tone I could hear(either with my ears or via the Frey Effect) and what it did was swing my mood up and down from mania to deep despair.

Back and forth until I wanted to CROW!

Kookookachoo!

chuckle

I got hit twice with that a couple times over a couple years, for maybe about 30 minutes duration?

Scary as f*#k.

Maybe that's what the Elite Republican Guard was hit with?

For military purposes it's better than carpetbombing somebody, but why ME?

chuckle

They wanted me to talk about it I suppose.

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Post: #29
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I guess I am saying we are victims of our mammalian evolutionary psychology.

Our reptilian brain doesn't necessarily work the way our conscious brain does and it can be gamed.

Lets take the male-female relationship. Why do most relationships break up in six months on average? Why do once loving couples become bitter enemies? Well the reptilian brain is programmed to reproduce to make sure the species continues. If a couple is together for a certain length of time and there is no reproduction then the reptilian brain goes into action to terminate the relationship. It doesn't matter what society says or what the logical result should be, its hidden from the conscious mind. "I don't love you anymore. Don't know why."

Likewise in our social structures. We were in very hard environment on the Kalahari and that's where we evolved our superiority over the other apes. Because the environment was hard and challenging to survive. Pulled out of Africa 50,000 years ago and came into America 30,000 years ago or so. I think we carried homo habilis genes and that's where we predated lion kills at Olduvai but we got better. We even used wolves to chase mammoths and turned them into dogs.
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1. Personalized consumer information and efficiency recommendations

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3. Social media such as gaming and collaboration
Speakers:

Paul Cole -- Psychological Research Expert, Tendril
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In this video, Paul Cole from Tendril Inc

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(notice the Lilly Wave in their corporate logo?)

...and his Manchurian Candidate, Gail Allen discuss how he brainwashed Gail.

Agree/disagree?

Watch the WHOLE THING and decide.

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