This post is about:
- How perpetraitors use synthetic mental illness to discredit opposition
- Deliberately induced symptoms of mental illness used to target individuals for mind control purposes, and where relevant:
- How perpetrators may be targeting individuals with synthetic mental illness for research purposes.
“When one has many errors of thinking, it could be classified as mental illness, unless the errors of thinking are being induced electromagnetically… Stop the signal and the brain will regain its normal processing.” Page 52. http://www.freedomfchs.com/thematrixdeciph.pdf
1. HOW PERPETRAITORS USE SYNTHETIC MENTAL ILLNESS TO DISCREDIT OPPOSITION
Synthetic mental illness is one of the main tools used by perpetraitors to discredit individuals that are a threat to their criminal programmes and projects. It removes those individuals from the environment in which they operate, reduces their credibility and makes it unlikely they will return.
American cofounder of ‘Invisible Children’ detained by San Diego Police in ‘state of undress’
March 15 2012: A classic example of this is the case of Jason Russell, ‘an American film and theater director, choreographer, and activist who co-founded Invisible Children, Inc. He is the director of Kony 2012, a short documentary film that went viral in the beginning of March 2012. In the first two weeks it gained more than 83 million views on YouTube and became the subject of intensive media scrutiny and criticism. Its subject is the Ugandan rebel leader Joseph Kony, his alleged war crimes, and the movement to bring him to the International Criminal Court’.
On March 15, 2012, Russell was detained by San Diego police after he was found in a state of undress, interfering with traffic and screaming incoherently. Russell was then taken to a local hospital. According to a family statement, the diagnosis was “brief reactive psychosis, an acute state brought on by extreme exhaustion, stress, and dehydration”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Russell. See also: www.youtube.com/watch?v…
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2116981/Jason-Russell-arrested-New-footage-Kony-2012-video-director-ranting-naked-emerges.html and http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-17409934
But this was no isolated incident. Look at the dates of similar cases of sudden ‘mental illness’ on aircraft in the United States. There were three such cases in the same month that Jason Russell was taken ill:
- American Airlines flight attendant restrained by crew
March 9 2012: ‘On March 9, an American Airlines flight attendant screamed ‘don’t blame me if we crash’ and ranted about 9/11 over the intercom during the pre-flight safety briefing. First class passengers on the flight from Dallas-Fort Worth to Chicago had to help cabin crew restrain the attendant, who suffered from bipolar disorder. Terrified onlookers called 911, telling police that the flight crew were plotting to crash the plane over the intercom. The plane was turned around and taxied back to the gate where the woman was arrested. http://abcnews.go.com/Travel/flight-attendant-rant-sends-american-airlines-flight-back/story?id=15886557.
- American pilot arrested after suffering ‘mental breakdown’ on flight
27 March 2012: A pilot flying for the American airline JetBlue was arrested yesterday after he suffered some sort on mental breakdown during the flight. Flight 191 flying from New York’s JFK to Las Vegas had to make an emergency landing in Amarillo yesterday, some 900 miles away from its destination. A statement was issued from JFK saying that the plane was diverted “for a medical situation involving the Captain”. It’s not exactly clear why the pilot, who has been identified as Clayton Osbone, suffered a mental breakdown during the trip. However, it has been
Veteran: Clayton Osbon was a respected airline captain before he went ‘berserk’ and began running through the cabin of his own plane. He had to be restrained by a passenger and was taken to a mental hospital
reported that mid-way through the flight Osbone was returning from the restroom when he began “foaming at the mouth”. Gizmodo reports that while Osbone was foaming at the mouth he also began running up and down the aisle screaming about the Middle East and that ‘there was a bomb on board’. The co-pilot then locked him out of the cockpit for acting hysterically. This was when the other passengers tackled him to the floor. Luckily for everyone on board, a second off-duty pilot was on the flight and he took over the co-pilot’s duties while the co-pilot took command of the plane. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2121240/JetBlue-pilot-Clayton-Osbon-restrained-PASSENGERS-going-berserk-mid-flight.html
- Air Canada co-pilot had nervous breakdown – hostess helped land the plane
‘In January 2008, an Air Canada flight attendant had to help make an emergency landing in Ireland after the co-pilot had a nervous breakdown. The co-pilot had to be dragged from the cockpit after he started ranting and become ‘uncooperative’ in the cockpit. He was sedated by doctors onboard the flight from Toronto to London, while the hostess who held a commercial pilot’s license took the co-pilot’s seat and helped land the plane at Shannon airport in Ireland.’ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2121240/JetBlue-pilot-Clayton-Osbon-restrained-PASSENGERS-going-berserk-mid-flight.html
- Jet Blue flight attendant arrested after escaping down emergency exit slide
In August 2010, Jet Blue flight attendant Steven Slater ranted over the intercom at a passenger who stood up while his plane was taxiing – before grabbing beer from the emergency cart, activating the emergency exit slide and jumping down it. The 38-year-old was later arrested at his home after fleeing the tarmac at JFK airport.
UNEXPLAINED PILOT ACTION
7 April 2012: ‘Since the late 1990s, there have been two high-profile crashes involving airlines that U.S. experts concluded were caused by unbalanced pilots seemingly bent on suicide. In 1997, a SilkAir Boeing 737 en route from Indonesia to Singapore went into a steep dive without any distress call, and crashed, killing all 104 people aboard. Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board determined that the captain most likely disconnected the plane’s cockpit voice recorder before the dive, and the board couldn’t identify any onboard malfunctions or failures likely to have contributed to or caused the crash.
In the end, the NTSB said intentional pilot action was the only plausible explanation. But Singapore authorities disputed those conclusions and said they weren’t able to identify the cause of the crash.
Two years later, when an Egyptair Boeing 767 departing New York crashed into the Atlantic off Massachusetts’ Nantucket Island and killed 217 people, the safety board concluded that the co-pilot shut off the engines and purposely put the jetliner into a steep dive. Investigators stopped short of specifically calling it a suicide, but they couldn’t find any other explanation or cause for the accident.’http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303816504577310273504430782.html,
See also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IqWa_lEmBg
COULD OXYGEN DEPRIVATION BE A FACTOR?
O’Hare-Bound Flight Diverted to Ohio With Sick Passengers. The flight landed in Dayton after four passengers apparently fainted
- ‘I thought I was going crazy because the words that I had in my head were not coming out’
Four passengers apparently fainted on an American Airlines flight headed to Chicago from Washington D.C. because of a possible issue with cabin pressure.
April 1 2011: Four passengers apparently fainted on an American Airlines flight headed to Chicago from Washington, D.C. because of a possible issue with cabin pressure. An American Airlines spokesman told NBC News that a couple flight attendants got dizzy as the plane reached 28,000 feet and asked the pilots to drop the oxygen masks just in case. “When the other flight attendent went up to tell the captain she got very wheezy, and actually she couldn’t speak right. She said, ‘I thought I was going crazy because the words that I had in my head were not coming out,'” said one passenger. The pilots began looking for a place to land and Flight 547 diverted to Dayton International Airport, spokesman Ed Martell said. Martell said it’s not known whether the passengers fainted because of the lack of oxygen or because of the excitement of the moment. Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/traffic/transit/Flight-to-OHare-Diverted-For-Cabin-Pressure-Issues-119062974.html#ixzz2MJ76VFa3
COULD AIR CREW MOOD-CHANGES BE GENERATED BY ELECTROMAGNETIC TECHNOLOGIES?
Air rage has been attributed to excess alcohol and smoking bans, but but these events mainly involved cabin crew, and there are other factors to consider. ‘Unlike ground vehicles, airplanes enter altitudes where changes in air pressure can help trigger temporary psychological changes, such as enhancing the psychoactive effects of chemicals like alcohol which is typically served on board.’ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_Rage.
As a TI, I noticed that a small amount of electronically-transmitted chemical frequency, later xposed to microwave radiation, greatly increased the potency of the chemical effect. It would be possible to target individual air crew members with mood-altering chemcials, remotely, before a flight, and the effects would not be apparent until the plain was airborne. Exact effects would be difficult to achieve, owing to variations in cabin pressure, and depleted oxygen levels.
According to Professor Neil Cherry of Lincoln University, Christ Church, New Zealand, adverse health effects of naturally occurring electromagnetic radiation can arise with radiation of extremely small intensities. He has speculated that artificially generated electromagnetic fields at higher intensities could have a range of harmful effects including ‘cancer, heart disease, sleep disturbance, depression, suicide, anger, rage, violence, homicide, neurological disease and mortality’. So plane rage could be induced by electromagnetic technologies.
WHAT WAS GOING ON WITH NEWSCASTERS SPEAKING GIBBERISH?
In his book ‘Project Soulcatcher’, Robert Duncan reports that perpetrators can turn people’s words into nonsense by using synthetic telepathy, subvocal binaural beats and maser/microwave intervention to delay the sounds people make at the subvocal stage. This is similar to what is said to happen to people with speech disorders, where audio anomalies resulting in delays in hearing their own thoughts may bring about distortions in expressing words. See Wikipedia XXX
A variant of the method is to take the sounds people make before they vocalise them and alter the vowel sounds, so the words come out wrong. Robert Duncan notes that perpetraitors refer to this as ‘forced speech’. It is also possible to make people say words backwards, using the same principles. See the following media reports on cases of language confusion – similar to stroke attacks:
- ‘Are U.S. microwave mind-control tests causing TV presenters’ brains to melt down?’
April 2011: ‘A bizarre spate of television presenters dissolving into on-air gibberish has sparked claims that the U.S. military could be to blame. In four high-profile cases, the latest involving fast-talking Judge Judy’ - pictured above, ‘the presenters have started off speaking properly but have then descended into undecipherable nonsense – looking confused and unstable.
The frequency of the ‘attacks’ – and the fact that recorded examples of the mental meltdowns have been popular on websites – has led to conspiracy theorists pointing the finger at shadowy government experiments.
Latest victim: Judge Judy Sheindlin had to stop her courtroom TV show on Wednesday after descending into nonsensical language
A popular theory being circulated online blames the U.S. Military’s supposed research into using microwaves as a mind control weapon.
America has never admitted conducting such research but proponents say the effects – produced by microwave signals stimulating the brain with fake images and voices – exactly mimic those displayed in the recent on-air breakdowns. As to why the Pentagon might be targeting U.S. television presenters, the microwave theorists are less clear.
The phenomenon, which has provided internet video sites with some of the oddest footage for months, has now claimed one of America’s most highly paid broadcasters.
Targeted? Serene Branson’s garbled Grammys report became an internet sensation, while WISCTV’s Sarah Carlson suffered a similar meltdown in January. Judith Sheindlin, the fast-talking judge on Judge Judy, was taken to hospital on Wednesday after she began speaking a nonsensical string of words during a live recording of her courtroom TV show. Studio insiders said Sheindlin, who earns £28 million a year for a show that is the most watched programme on American daytime TV, was sitting on camera and ‘started saying things that didn’t make any sense’.
Sheindlin then announced she needed to stop as she didn’t feel well and asked a crew member to call an ambulance.
The 68-year-old lawyer was released from hospital the following day but a spokesman said medical tests had not revealed what caused her garbled speech and double vision.
Over the border: Mark McAllister, of Canadian Global Toronto News, soldiered on with his report on Libya, despite his words being unintelligible Her verbal breakdown is the fourth such recent case and the odd coincidence has prompted feverish speculation over the cause.
No video has been released of the Judge Judy incident but footage of the other three has rapidly gone viral on the internet.
The first victim was Serene Branson, a Los Angeles reporter for CBS, who delivered a completely incoherent piece to camera on the Grammy music awards last month. The presenter was unable to get out her words and continued to struggle to speak for around 10 seconds outside the Staples Centre before producers cut to a video. She said later: ‘My head was definitely pounding and I was very uncomfortable, and I knew something wasn’t right. I was terrified and confused’. Her doctor later said she had suffered a complex migraine whose symptoms mimic a stroke.
Her case was followed by a Canadian news reporter whose report on his country’s contribution to the military campaign in Libya suddenly collapsed into gibberish. Mark McAllister of Global Toronto News told viewers that the Canadian defence minister had confirmed that ‘more than sifty four 18 fighter jets are spending about as much as 20 and ready to assist 600 hundred, hundred deployed over the an-amount needed’. His piece-to-camera went on to become even more odd before he signed off. His employers later confirmed there had been no problem with the autocue but McAllister had also suffered from a migraine.
In January, Sarah Carlson of WISC-TV in Wisconsin was also struck. She started out fine in her report on Wisconsin’s challenge to Barack Obama’s health care reforms, but it soon became apparent that she was having trouble forming words and the camera switched to a startled-looking co-presenter. Unlike the others, Carlson, 35, has a history of seizures, but America’s army of conspiracy theorists are unconvinced by the medical explanations.’
WHY IS IT HAPPENING?
Settling scores, manipulating industries and communication channels
Perpetraitors may be using synthetic symptoms of physical and mental illnesses as a weapon in mafia-style covert wars against rivals, or out of revenge, to settle personal scores. The unprecedented number of apparent nervous breakdowns in domestic North American airlines could be part of a gangland war for control of strategic players in the domestic air travel business.
In my previous post I mentioned a theory that if you control the top 2000 people in a country you can control the country. To many people, newscasters are familiar faces in their living room, and their words are trusted and accepted. Controlling these key players would be a perpetrator objective, but owners of television news programmes would naturally oppose such a move. Could the public humiliation of the newscasters be a deliberate attack by perpetrators on owners of news programmes?
Main source for this section: ‘Project Soul Catcher’, Volume Two, Robert Duncan and the Mind Hacking Strategy Group, 2010, ISBN1452804087.
- SYNTHETIC MENTAL ILLNESS USED PRIMARILY TO TARGET INDIVIDUALS FOR MIND CONTROL PURPOSES
The cases quoted above are high profile, and they demonstrate many of the symptoms of synthetic illnesses used routinely by perpetrators to reduce the effectiveness of targeted individuals, and make it appear that they are suffering from mental health issues. Once individuals have been assessed as mentally unwell by a clinician, any future claims they make against perpetrators will be open to question, and this is a key strategy of perpetrators to ensure they are not called to account.
It appears to me that the main purpose of deliberately induced synthetic mental illness is brainwashing, and subsequent reprogramming in line with perpetrator requirements. These requirements will vary, as individuals may be selected for different roles such as espionage, recruiting or propaganda.
Wikipedia defines brainwashing as: ‘the application of coercive techniques to change the values and beliefs, perceptions and judgments, and subsequent mindsets and behaviours of one or more people, usually for political, financial, personal, or religious purposes.’ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainwashed.
Because synthetic mental illness is inflicted invisibly, it is indistinguishable from genuine mental health conditions. This has been the biggest problem for Targeted Individuals over the years. How can they be believed, when what they are trying to describe is caused by highly classified military technology. They haven’t a hope, particularly as the medical profession has been steered away from an educated understanding of electromagnetic effects on the human body and mind.
Dr Carole Smith, in her article on ‘On the Need for New Criteria of Diagnosis of Psychosis in the Light of Mind Invasive Technology’, Journal of Psycho-Social Studies, 2003 and 2007, argues that for this reason, it is no longer sufficient to use traditional symptoms of mental illness as a guide for clinical diagnosis, because electromagnetic technologies used to target individuals can produce identical effects.’ http://www.globalresearch.ca/on-the-need-for-new-criteria-of-diagnosis-of-psychosis-in-the-light-of-mind-invasive-technology/7123
Perpetraitors routinely use synthetic mental illness technologies as part of criminal mind control activities. TIs also bring in the money to pay for these activities through the funding they earn for perpetrators as subjects of illicit nonconsensual research into different aspects of mental illness and altered states of awareness.
Perpetraitor research tends to have a dual purpose of testing for lethal and non-lethal weapons purposes at the same time. One of the things they are testing is effectiveness of different torture methods, and there is no doubt that TIs are being used as nonconsensual subjects for that research.
What types of research are we talking about? Based on the technologies discussed above, which are used by perpetraitors to inflict synthetic mental illness on TIs, it is quite possible that perpetrators are using TIs in the types of research discussed below:
ARTIFICIALLY INDUCED SYMPTOMS OF MENTAL ILLNESSES
Perpetraitors use a number of electromagnetic and psychotronic tools to create the appearance of synthetic mental illnesses. Ose of these tools, their relevance to research on new technologies and their impact on TIs are discussed below:
- Brain entrainment software
- Memory Loss
- Sleep deprivation
- Oxygen deprivation
- Virtual reality
- Brain wave immersion
Brain entrainment software:
- Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity – A.L.I.C.E.
ALICE is a synthetic telepathy audio software package designed to drive people temporarily insane. In his book ‘Project Soul Catcher‘, Robert Duncan describes a software automation tool known as a chatter ‘bot’ – short for robot – that can hold a conversation with a human indefinitely, using the same technology as synthetic telepathy.
ALICE will not stop talking to you unless you stop thinking. The moment you think, it will pick up on the thought and play it back to you in some way. It can deliver a subvocal non-stop chorus of male/female synthetic voices and sounds – scornful laughter etc, using invective, and comments on TI feelings.
For example, if a Targeted Individual had received a letter reminding of failure to pay a utility bill on time – something quite likely to happen given perpetrator application of memory reduction, the robotic chorus might say “He didn’t have something important to remember, did he?” This could be repeated many times, with an echo of binaural beats in the background.
The object is to change the frequency of the TI’s mind patterns to one imposed by the perpetrators – referred to as brain entrainment. In my case, the robotic system was applied non-stop for the first two weeks of mental targeting. After that was withdrawn.
The robotic system is usually pre-programmed with recordings of a TI’s thoughts over a period of several weeks. It can be totally automated or interlinked with perpetrator real-time input. If the TI stops participating, invective or sounds like laughter or hissing may follow. Shortly afterwards the software starts again on some other topic.
It is possible to block the system temporarily by replying to its questions with new questions that can send the system into a closed feedback loop. For example if you ask ‘how are you’, ‘how happy are you’, ‘how old are you’, or even ‘who is your leader’, the system will temporarily pause. But it is a lot simpler just to listen to music that drowns out the sound, and many TIs report that they use this method, with some success.
- Predicting TIs’ thoughts
Another technology known as a MIND (magnetically integrated neuron duplicator) function seeks to duplicate a target brain through a copy-cat parallel artificial neural network. ‘Over time the artificial network should accurately cognitively model the target‟s cognition. Because the model is artificial and computed, it can be run in fast forward and thereby predict probable next states with a set of confidence levels, speech and reactions for example, before the target‟s brain has achieved those states…
Victims of…psychotronic research call this one form of demonstrated “thought reading”. Uneducated or conspiratorial psychologists call this “Thought sonorization”. Thoughts being finished and spoken back to the target before they barely begin or are fully aware of their own thought.’ Page 19 of Robert Duncan’s first book, ‘The Matrix Deciphered’. http://www.freedomfchs.com/thematrixdeciph.pdf
Perpetrators interrogate TIs from scientific, academic and political backgrounds. There is no way they could know the in-talk of each environment, so to help them they have software which identifies most known references or quotations. I found that anytime I made a technical eference or quotation, it jumped up, with its source, on a screen in front of the perpetrators.
A favorite technique used by perpetrators in my case was to say something which turned into a rhyming couplet, but leaving out the last word which rhymed. For example:
‘The play’s the thing, Wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the… King.’ William Shakespeare, Hamlet Act 2, scene 2, 603–605
If TIs supply the missing word unwittingly, perpetrators consider that evidence of brain entrainment. However a TI could supply the word intentionally.
- Psychic driving
Wikipedia describes this as: ‘A psychiatric procedure in which patients were subjected to a continuously repeated audio message on a looped tape to alter their behaviour. In psychic driving, patients were often exposed to hundreds of thousands of repetitions of a single statement over the course of their treatment. They were also concurrently administered muscular paralytic drugs such as curare to subdue them for the purposes of exposure to the looped messages. The procedure was pioneered by Dr. D. Ewen Cameron, and used and funded by the U.S. CIA’s MKULTRA program in Canada.’ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychic_driving
Memory loss is listed as one of the effects of radio wave sickness. See www.goodhealthinfo.net/radiation/radio_wave_packet.pdf.
Memory erasure is the selective intentional artificial removal of memories from the mind. Memory erasure has been demonstrated under experimental conditions, using a number of techniques including drug-induced amnesia, selective memory extinction therapy, and, in experimental animals, the selective destruction of neurons in the brain. It is the subject of ongoing research. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memory_erasure
Drug-induced amnesia is amnesia caused by drugs… It may be a side-effect of a drug, such as alcohol or rohypnol, commonly known as the date rape drug. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drug-induced_amnesia
Many TIs report experiencing memory loss when targeted by perpetraitors. Memory loss has been attributed to exposure to high doses of microwaves. In fact high-intensity levels of any wireless radio waves appear to have a similar effect, when directed via a maser beam.
As mentioned in my post on ‘Targeted Individuals: The electromagnetic frequency decoded’, what appears to damage people’s electromagnetic fields is not the level of exposure to radio waves, but its intensity. High intensity causes serious ill-health problems, while low intensity may help cure similar problems.
- MEMORY LOSS & MEMORY RECOVERY
Many TIs report being targeted by perpetrators withnonconsensual loss of short-term memory. Perpetraitors may use memory loss to make targeted individuals appear to be suffering from dementia or mental illness. Synthetic memory loss serves to reinforce other symptoms of apparent confusion and derangement.
Memory loss affects increasing numbers of older people, and some younger people. Dementia and Alzheimers disease are said to be on the increase in the US. It could be that perpetrators are using TIs in research to help combat these conditions. Perhaps TIs are being given temporary memory loss and then tested with potential clinical solutions to memory loss. Tis might also be subjects for nonconsensual research into the role of memory loss in brainwashing.
Scans of Gulf war veterans show memory impairment.
2 May 2007: ‘Brain scans of Gulf war veterans have revealed neurological differences that may be caused by exposure to toxic chemicals such as nerve agents and pesticides used during the conflict… During the conflict there was widespread use of organophosphate pesticides, sprayed directly on to the skin, around tents and impregnated into uniforms. Some military personnel were exposed to sarin and similar nerve agents,… Some of the symptoms reported by the veterans are similar to those experienced by survivors of the 1995 sarin attack by the religious sect Aum Shinrikyo on the Tokyo subway, said Dr White.’
According to the US Defense Sciences Office in DARPA, memory loss as a result of brain injury is a long-term problem for the military. There is an ongoing research Program:-
RESTORATIVE ENCODING MEMORY INTEGRATION NEURAL DEVICE (REMIND)
Memory loss and inability to acquire new memories are common consequences of traumatic brain injury, and memory dysfunction is an expensive, long-term treatment problem for the military. Recovery from loss of memory associated with critical work and life tasks is essential to the recovery of a brain-wounded warfighter. A biomimetic model of the hippocampus could serve as a neural prosthesis for lost cognitive function and memory impairment.
The Restorative Encoding Memory Integration Neural Device (REMIND) program will determine the nature and means by which short-term memory is encoded to enable restoration of memory through use of devices programmed to bypass injured regions of the brain. Researchers will demonstrate the ability to restore performance on a short-term memory task in animal models, as well as determine quantitative descriptive methods for describing the means and processes by which memory is encoded. http://www.darpa.mil/Our_Work/DSO/Programs/Restorative_Encoding_Memory_Integration_Neural_Device_(REMIND).aspx
October 16 20120: ‘The REMIND program is funded to develop a neural prosthesis, in software and in hardware, that can substitute for a part of the brain called the hippocampus, which is responsible for forming new long-term memories.’ – See more at: http://viterbi.usc.edu/news/news/2012/another-grant-for.htm#sthash.b6c4ovja.dpuf
See also: Professor Calls For “Google Type” Brain Chip Implants
Touts exact mirror of DARPA control project in New York Times’ “Idea Lab”Steve Watson,Infowars.net, Monday, April 14, 2008
- Memory Improvement Research
The Forgetting Pill Erases Painful Memories Forever
The science of memory recording and removal was discovered, or possibly re-discovered towards the end of the 20th century. It is quite possible that memory loss experienced by TIs contributed to and continues to contribute to research in this area:
‘In the very near future, the act of remembering will become a choice.‘
17 February 2012: According to Jonah Lehrer, there is now a method for eliminating specific memories by zapping that memory with a drug. This drug blocks a protein known as PKMzeta used in memory recall: ‘Whenever the brain wants to retain something, it relies on just a handful of chemicals. Even more startling, an equally small family of compounds could turn out to be a universal eraser of history, a pill that we could take whenever we wanted to forget anything. And researchers have found one of these compounds.
These tests may build on earlier research on rats reported on 11 March 2007 which found that ‘Drugs can clear away one fearful memory while leaving another intact.’ http://www.nature.com/news/2007/070305/full/news070305-17.html
In the 1970s a Rutgers psychologist named Donald Lewis discovered the brain’s ability to reconstruct memories again and again – known as ‘memory reconsolidation’. A protein used to maintain strong neural connections, called A protein used to maintain strong neural connections, called PKMzeta PKzMeta, played an important part in this.
In the late 1990s, a neuroscientist called Karim Nader developed a method of removing traumatic memories permanently. He would ask patients to pick a long-standing memory they wanted to remove, and write it down. He then used a chemical to block PKzMeta. PKMzeta . After that the memory ceased to exist. There have been suggestions that this information was actually discovered much earlier in the 20th century, and that Nader rediscovered it.
See also: Zinc helps; Effects of zinc on learning and memory of mice in acute repeated hypoxiahttp://europepmc.org/abstract/CBA/614327/reload=0;jsessionid=WvRS6ClqBchBSqsqGZgz.8
Sleep deprivation is the main technique used by perpetrators to achieve depatterning of TIs. Combined with regular exposure to memory-wiping radiation, TIs become confused, disoriented and lethargic.
- links between sleep deprivation and Mental illness
The specific causal relationships between sleep loss and effects on psychiatric disorders have been most extensively studied in patients with mood disorders. Shifts into mania in bipolar patients are often preceded by periods of insomnia, and sleep deprivation has been shown to induce a manic state in susceptible individuals. Sleep deprivation may represent a final common pathway in the genesis of mania, and sleep loss is both a precipitating and reinforcing factor for the manic state. . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep_deprivation
Sleep deprivation is one of the easiest ways to create temporary symptoms of mental illness.
‘Sleep deprivation can…cause other symptoms that mimic mental illness, such as disorientation and paranoid thoughts. In fact, one study found that 2% of 350 people who were sleep deprived for 112 hours experienced temporary conditions that were similar to acute paranoid schizophrenia. Fortunately, these symptoms resolve when adequate sleep is obtained.’ www.Schizophrenia24x7.com/Treatment
According to Wikipedia: ‘Complete absence of sleep over long periods is impossible for humans to achieve (unless they suffer from fatal familial insomnia); brief microsleeps cannot be avoided. Long-term total sleep deprivation has caused death in lab animals…few studies have compared the effects of acute total sleep deprivation and chronic partial sleep restriction.’ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep_deprivation.
Electromagnetic weapons can ‘deprive an enemy force of sound, uninterrupted sleep for a prolonged period.’ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_weapon
Sleep deprivation may have been a contributory factor in the mental breakdowns of US domestic airline pilots:
Common practice: Former pilots say fatigue is a well-known problem in the airline industry, despite denials from air carriers
11 July 2012. The JetBlue pilot who forced an emergency landing of his own plane in March when he went berserk on a cross-country flight was ‘temporarily insane’ because he was sleep-deprived, according to his psychologist.
The testimony from Clayton Osbon’s doctor in federal court, which was unsealed on Tuesday, convinced prosecutors to drop federal criminal charges against him. The revelation sheds light on the troubling problem of pilots who show up for shifts fatigued and tired because they are forced to grab a few hours of shuteye in a cold bunk rooms or even noisy crew lounges before long flights.’
But sleep deprivation has a darker side. It is a standard component of torture techniques. On 8 January 2004 the BBC News online magazine reported:
Sleep deprivation as a tool for torture: The real victims of sleep deprivation
‘Going without sleep is intensely stressful, with unpredictable short and long-term effects. People lose the ability to act and think coherently. And as it leaves no physical mark on the victim, the interrogator can claim that they never laid a finger on those in their charge…
John Schlapobersky, consultant psychotherapist to the Medical Foundation for Victims of Torture, was himself tortured through sleep deprivation, in his case in apartheid South Africa in the 1960s…
“Making a programme in which people are deprived of sleep is like treating them with medication that will make them psychotic. It also demeans the experiences of those who have involuntarily gone through this form of torture. It is the equivalent of bear-baiting, and we banned that centuries ago.”
“I was kept without sleep for a week in all. I can remember the details of the experience, although it took place 35 years ago. After two nights without sleep, the hallucinations start, and after three nights, people are having dreams while fairly awake, which is a form of psychosis.”
“By the week’s end, people lose their orientation in place and time – the people you’re speaking to become people from your past; a window might become a view of the sea seen in your younger days. To deprive someone of sleep is to tamper with their equilibrium and their sanity.” BBC News Online Magazine, http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/3376951.stm
- SLEEP DEPRIVATION RESEARCH
Both clinical and military research tests are currently being undertaken into sleep deprivation, how it works, and its effects on people.
- increasing soldiers endurance of sleep deprivation
If soldiers could maintain operational effectiveness with much less sleep, it would be a great advantage in battlefield situations:
According to an article in US News written by Boris Pasternak and posted on 29 June 1997: ‘In 1995, the annual meeting of four-star U.S. Air Force generals…reviewed more than 1,000 potential projects. One was called “Put the Enemy to Sleep/Keep the Enemy From Sleeping.” “Put the Enemy to Sleep/Keep the Enemy From Sleeping.” It called for exploring “acoustics,” “microwaves,” and “brain-wave manipulation” to alter sleep patterns. It was one of only three projects approved for initial investigation.http://www.usnews.com/usnews/culture/articles/970707/archive_007360_3.htm
12 August 2012: ‘An article in the Daily Mail describes how:
‘Tomorrow’s soldiers could be able to run at Olympic speeds and will be able to go for days without food or sleep, if new research into gene manipulation is successful.
According to the U.S. Army’s plans for the future, their soldiers will be able to carry huge weights, live off their fat stores for extended periods and even regrow limbs blown apart by bombs.The plans were revealed by novelist Simon Conway, who was granted behind-the-scenes access to the Pentagon’s high-tech Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency…’Soldiers would be able to run at Olympic speeds, carry large weights and go without sleep and without food.’
‘One area of success has been in shutting off the trigger of sleep. A drug was tested on U.S. Army helicopter pilots that enabled them to stay up longer than 40 hours, with their levels of concentration actually improving after nearly two days without rest. It is hoped to replace the amphetamine-based drugs that have previously been used to keep servicemen alert during operations. They had been found to affect decision making and had been blamed for errors in judgement that had led to many so-called incidents of friendly fire.’ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2187276/U-S-Army-Soldiers-able-run-Olympic-speed-wont-need-food-sleep-gene-technology.html
Sleep deprivation – Nonconsensual Research: Considering the number of TIs that report being targeted with sleep deprivation, it is quite possible that some of them have been used for nonconsensual research of the type quoted above.
I consider that I have been a nonconsensual research subject for new drugs that help people carry on despite long periods of sleep deprivation. Under normal circumstances, you would expect hallucinations and delirium after a few days, but I know that after perpetrators targeted me with some substance, I was able to carry on a relatively normal life, although with some fatigue.
Synthetic telepathy could be a more wide-spread experience than first realized. The traditional view is that auditory hallucinations are a symptom of schizophrenia, but according to a BBC report in 2006, ‘Voices in the head ‘are normal”:
’18 September 2006: Hearing voices in your head is so common that it is normal, psychologists believe. Dutch findings suggest one in 25 people regularly hears voices.
Contrary to traditional belief, hearing voices is not necessarily a symptom of mental illness, UK researchers at Manchester University say. Indeed, many who hear voices do not seek help and say the voices have a positive impact on their lives, comforting or inspiring them.
Researcher Aylish Campbell said: “We know that many members of the general population hear voices but have never felt the need to access mental health services.
“Some experts even claim that more people hear voices and don’t seek psychiatric help than those who do.” Some who hear voices describe it as being like the experience of hearing someone call your name only to find that there is no one there.
It doesn’t seem to be hearing voices in itself that causes the problem
Researcher Aylish Campbell
People also hear voices as if they are thoughts entering the mind from somewhere outside themselves. They will have no idea what the voice might say. It may even engage in conversation.
The Manchester team want to investigate why some people view their voices positively while others become distressed and seek medical help. Ms Campbell said: “It doesn’t seem to be hearing voices in itself that causes the problem. “What seems to be more important is how people go on to interpret the voices.” She said external factors, such as a person’s life experiences and beliefs, might influence this.
Most people hear male voices
The BBC also reported on 12 July 2005 that a University of Sheffield research team says most people hearing voices hear male voices. ‘Dr Michael Hunter’s research at the University of Sheffield says that male voices are less complex to produce than female. As such, when the brain spontaneously produces its own “voices”, a male voice is more likely to have been generated.
Among both men and women, 71% of such “false” voices are male. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/4675103.stm
Perptraitors use synthesizer voices which can be made to sound like either men or women, but in my experience, most perpetrators involved with synthetic telepathy are male, and this might be a contributory factor in the research findings.
See also http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/206489.stm. ‘Helping children who hear voices’.
Sleep deprivation and hallucinations
‘Beginning to hallucinate is among the more common symptoms of sleep deprivation.’ Source
‘A hallucination is the perception of something that is not really present in the environment, as opposed to an illusion, which is the misinterpretation of something that is present. For example, seeing a cat where there is nothing is a hallucination, but mistaking your coat rack for a person is an illusion.
Depending on the length of sleep deprivation, approximately 10% of normal people in the population will eventually have hallucinations. Most of these are visual hallucinations. In contrast, people with schizophrenia often have auditory hallucinations, hearing things that are not there.
Targeted Individuals may be subjected to visual hallucinations through remotely transmitted frequencies of hallucinogenic chemicals. Those TIs that have retinal eye implants can receive pictures via wireless transmission, which can be modified to give a perception of reality that is different from what the rest of the world is perceiving. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hallucination
Synthetic visual hallucinations
Here’s what Robert Duncan has to say about synthetic hallucinations. ‘One objective of psychic attacks or more accurately called EEG heterodyning* attacks is to screw up someone’s visual perception.’
*To combine (a radio-frequency wave) with a locally generated wave of different frequency in order to produce a new frequency equal to the sum or difference of the two.http://www.thefreedictionary.com/heterodyne
Referring to the Malech Patent by Dorn and Company, the apparatus can detect if someone is hallucinating or cause hallucinations in them.’ The Matrix Deciphered – Freedom From Covert Harassment’ and…www.freedomfchs.com/thematrixdeciph.pdf
Use of synthetic drugs for hallucinations -
Former Spice User Speaks Out Against the Sale of Synthetic Drugs
Though the drugs were purchased legally, a young man says he is still plagued by hallucinations and paranoia three months after he stopped using them.
‘June 23, 2012: David said he was addicted to synthetic marijuana, and is still plagued with problems three months later. He saw demons everywhere he went. Paranoid, he stayed up all night, watching and waiting. Eventually, he lost everything he had, now he wants others to know just what those drugs on the convenience store shelf can do.’
http://newportrichey.patch.com/articles/former-spice-user-speaks-out-against-the-sale-of-synthetic-drugs-00f2214f. See also http://tothemaximusblog.org/?p=1521
See also: Man Endures Outrageous Hallucinations on Synthetic Drug, http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=8e5_1312558920
- Manipulation of electromagnetic radiation can produce synthetic hallucinations
According to Dr Norman S Dos and Dr Gilda Moura, ingestion of hallucinogens produces unusual increases in beta brain wave activity.* They proposed that it was possible to manipulate brain wave activity from a distance using electromagnetic technology. See US Patent No 3,951,134, Malech, April 20, 1976.
*Journal of scientific Exploration, article on topographic brain mapping about 1999.
Serotonin is essential for mental health. However the wrong dose or level in the brain could have noticeably unbalancing effects.
‘Serotonin is the chemical that LSD and other psychedelic drugs mimic in order to produce hallucinogenic effects. This means that one could use ELF – infrasound waves for increasing Serotonin levels in human brains and induce hallucinogenic effects.’ Source: Michael Hutchinson, Mega Brain: New tools and techniques for brain growth and mind expansion, Ballantine Books, 1986.
‘A 10Hz signal boosts serotonin, which is in the drug Prozac. Brain wave patterns of patients taking such drugs as Prozac show they are in a total anaesthetic sleep state while appearing wake and functioning. Increasing Serotonin inthe brain produces both nightmares and sleepwalking.’ Source: Tracy Ann Blake, Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? Cassia Publications, P.O.BOx 1044P, WEst Jordan, UT 84084, USA.
- Radio / Wireless Synthetic Hallucinations
The human mind can potentially receive both audio and visual sensations transmitted on radio electromagnetic frequencies, in the same way as we can receive radio and TV in our homes. However human brain waves are analogue-based. Transmitting good quality synthetic hallucinations crafted in the same way as a TV screen or DVD requires a wireless implant of some kind. Visual images can be transmitted as pre-recorded DVDs. Communication from the recording source to the transmitter is accomplished via a dedicated radio system. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technology_of_television
I received a ten-second man-made DVD produced by perpetrators, one morning, on my internal mind screen. It showed a lady that I knew, being threatened by perpetrators wearing chemical protection gear and brandishing syringes. Later I discovered the perpetrators got that lady mixed up with me, because we shared the same first name, and looked a bit similar. It was a case of mistaken identity. I wonder if she received a video intended for my eyes only!
Perpetrators may use oxygen deprivation for assassination purposes. In other cases, they may be using it to induce an unconscious or comatose state. Some TIs report being targeted with breathing difficulties. I have experienced mild oxygen deprivation on several occasions, applied by perpetrators using different techniques. On one occasion I was subjected to incidents of oxygen deprivation over a period fo 3-5 days, near the beginning of what appeared to be a brainwashing / mental entrainment project. I spent one night with my head out of the window, after which I quit my apartment.
Brain injury is possible as a result of oxygen deprivation.
‘Limited oxygen in the environment causes reduced brain function. Divers, aviators, mountain climbers and fire fighters are all at risk for this kind of cerebral hypoxia. The term also includes oxygen deprivation due to obstructions in the lungs. Choking, strangulation, the crushing of the windpipe all cause this sort of hypoxia. Severe asthmatics may also experience symptoms of hypoxic hypoxia.’ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypoxia_(medical)
‘In 1874 three balloonists named Sivel, Croce-Spinelli and Tissandier studied the use of oxygen to support life at great heights. They described oxygen deprivation as being similar to drunkeness, in the elation and joy that is felt and the utter indifference to the dangers invovled. They climbed to 29,000 feet and became unconscious. The balloon descended of its own accord, but only Tissandier lived to tell of the paralysis which prevented them from reaching their oxygen.’ Source: ‘Doctors in the Air‘, 1957, by Wing Commander Robert Maycock.
Perps twitchy about my publishing the following:
Hypoxia is also a serious consequence of preterm birth in the neonate. The main cause for this is that the lungs of the human fetus are among the last organs to develop during pregnancy. To assist the lungs to distribute oxygenated blood throughout the body, infants at risk of hypoxia are often placed inside an incubator capable of providing continuous positive airway pressure (also known as a humidicrib). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypoxia_(medical)
- OXYGEN DEPRIVATION RESEARCH
Military Research into oxygen deprivation
‘There have been ongoing problems with the US F-22 military aircraft. The Lockheed Martin/Boeing F-22 Raptor is a single-seat, twin-engine fifth-generation supermaneuverable fighter aircraft that uses stealth technology. It was designed primarily as an air superiority fighter, but has additional capabilities that include ground attack, electronic warfare, and signals intelligence roles…The F-22 has the highest accident rate of any USAF fighter aircraft in service’. http://en.wikipedia.org/wikiLockheed_Martin_F-22_Raptor
‘Since 2010 the F-22 has been plagued by unresolved problems with its pilot oxygen systems which contributed to one crash and death of a pilot. In 2011 the fleet was grounded for four months before resuming flight operations, reports of oxygen systems issues have continued to be made. In July 2012, the Air Force announced that the hypoxia*-like symptoms experienced were caused by a faulty valve in the pilots’ pressure vest; the valve was replaced and changes to the filtration system were also made’.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_Martin_F-22_Raptor
NAVY LOOKS FOR A WAY TO WARN PILOTS OF OXYGEN DEPRIVATION
‘July 10, 2012: ‘The Navy wants to develop technology that warns pilots if they may become deprived of oxygen, to prevent more crashes and casualties, contract documents indicate.
The Office of Naval Research is envisioning “hypoxia monitoring, alarm, and mitigation systems” built out of mini-sensors that note changes in pilots’ bodies and the air and barometric pressure in a cockpit. The data will be processed with algorithms that predict if oxygen levels will plunge, so pilots can be warned in advance and react quickly.
The magnitude of the threat posed by hypoxia — oxygen deprivation — came to the forefront after an F-22 Raptor plumeted into the Alaska tundra in November 2010 when its air system malfunctioned. The pilot was killed in the crash.
Since the F-22 was put into operation in 2005, Air Force pilots have experienced 21 unexplained episodes of hypoxia-like symptoms, the New York Times highlighted in an investigative report.’ http://www.nextgov.com/defense/2012/07/navy-looks-way-warn-pilots-oxygen-deprivation/56692/
Parachuting and diver resurfacing also bring risks of oxygen deprivation. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_altitude_military_parachuting
F-22 Raptor pilots experience new oxygen deprivation issues casting fresh doubt on the $67 billion jet-fighter program. 12 July 2012. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2172312/F-22-Raptor-pilots-experience-new-oxygen-deprivation-issues-casting-fresh-doubt-67-billion-jet-fighter-program.html
According to Esther Inglis-Arkell ‘everyone who applies to work for NASA has to go through oxygen deprivation tests to weed out people who have extreme reactions to low oxygen levels and hallucinate or become violently ill… High altitude training started out as something for pilots and long-distance runners, who need to be trained to make the most of their oxygen, but has spread to many sports, including mixed martial arts fighters and weight lifters’.
‘Even though the World Anti Doping Association considered prohibiting artificially induced low oxygen conditions, there’s no absolute consensus on how much good it does — or even what it does’. The only way to find out is to test and see.
- oxygen deprivation risks during anaesthetics
Muscle Relaxants in Surgery Hiked Hypoxia Risks
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These drugs “are a risk factor for hypoxic events after extubation and increased reintubation rates,” the researchers wrote. “This is important because [these] agents now represent 80% of the market volume for neuromuscular blocking agents.”October 16, 2012: Giving neuromuscular blocking agents as part of the anesthetic package raised the risk of respiratory complications, a large single-center study showed.
The data suggest that current strategies used to prevent residual postoperative neuromuscular blockade “should be revisited,” they added.
Deep anesthesia puts patients out cold, but with lower levels of anesthetic agents, anesthesiologists may give neuromuscular blocking agents to make patients immobile. But the lingering effects of these drugs could impair respiratory function and may put patients at risk for serious complications in the postoperative period, including reintubation, the investigators said.
Traditionally, the muscle relaxants used in anesthesia were much longer acting, but have since been replaced with shorter-acting formulations including the intermediate-acting cisatracurium, rocuronium, and vecuronium, and the short-acting mivacurium. But it’s not clear whether these shorter-acting versions diminish the risk of postoperative complications. http://www.medpagetoday.com/Anesthesiology/Anesthesiology/35352
See also local anaesthetic toxicity: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_anesthetic_toxicity
The term psychosis is very broad and can mean anything from relatively normal aberrant experiences through to the complex and catatonic expressions of schizophrenia and bipolar type 1 disorder. Moreover a wide variety of central nervous system diseases, from both external poisons and internal physiologic illness, can produce symptoms of psychosis. This led many professionals to say that psychosis is not specific enough as a diagnostic term…People experiencing psychosis may exhibit personality changes and thought disorder. Depending on its severity, this may be accompanied by unusual or bizarre behavior, as well as difficulty with social interaction and impairment in carrying out daily life activities. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychosis
‘Woman describes how hospital treatment caused hallucinations’… ‘Fears over ‘intensive care syndrome‘
6 November 2012: Frances suffered from Critical Care Delirium while she was in hospital…It is a condition which is rarely talked about and most people are too embarrassed to mention it after they recover. Little is known about critical care delirium, or ICU psychosis, which triggers psychological effects in patients in intensive care. During delirium some patients believe doctors are trying to kill them, they see ghostly figures, suffer hallucinations and anxiety. Most patients recover quickly with the correct help.
A recent study found that some 55% of people who survive intensive care treatment go on to develop psychological disorders like depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.
Frances, who did not wish to give her surname, was in intensive care in the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast for four weeks following complications during her second heart bypass. She had never heard of critical care delirium.
“When I became aware, firstly, I had terrible hallucinations. Other patients were not in their beds, they were in pop-up cars. There were people dressed as ninjas at each side of the bed. “I felt they were going to harm us and we had to be good. Looking back now I believed they were trying to kill us and they did it by injecting your stomach. “On one occasion, I even hid in a cupboard to try and stop them killing me.
“When my family came to see me I was begging them to take me home and told them if they didn’t take me home I would be killed that night. I started to text people and tell them to come and get me. It was worse for my family knowing I was so unhappy,” she said.’ http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-20183706
Psychoactive drugs: Substance-induced psychosis
Various psychoactive substances (both legal and illegal) have been implicated in causing, exacerbating, and/or precipitating psychotic states and/or disorders in users. This is also true of several medications that are not traditionally considered psychoactive drugs. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Substance-induced_psychosis
Drugs that can induce psychotic symptoms include cannabis, cocaine, amphetamines, cathinones, psychedelic drugs (such as LSD and psilocybin), κ-opioid receptor agonists (such as enadoline and salvinorin A) and NMDA receptor antagonists (such as phencyclidine and ketamine). Frequent users of cannabis have twice the likelihood of developing both psychosis and schizophrenia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychosis
Psychotic states may occur after ingesting a variety of substances both legal and illegal and both prescription and non-prescription. Usually such states are temporary and not irreversible, with fluoroquinolone-induced psychosis being a notable exception.
Sensory deprivation can create symptoms of mental illness:
‘Studies with sensory deprivation have shown that the brain is dependent on signals from the outer world to function properly. If the spontaneous activity in the brain is not counterbalanced with information from the senses, loss from reality and psychosis may occur after some hours. A similar phenomenon is paranoia in the elderly when poor eyesight, hearing and memory causes the person to be abnormally suspicious of the environment…
‘The main feature of psychosis is not hallucinations, but the inability to distinguish between internal and external stimuli. Close relatives to psychotic patients may hear voices, but since they are aware that they are unreal they can ignore them, so that the hallucinations do not affect their reality perception. Hence they are not considered to be psychotic.’
Virtual reality (VR) is a term that applies to computer-simulated environments that can simulate physical presence in places in the real world, as well as in imaginary worlds. Most current virtual reality environments are primarily visual experiences, displayed either on a computer screen or through special stereoscopic displays, but some simulations include additional sensory information, such as sound through speakers or headphones. Some advanced, haptic systems now include tactile information, generally known as force feedback, in medical and gaming applications.
Furthermore, virtual reality covers remote communication environments which provide virtual presence of users with the concepts of telepresence and telexistence… The simulated environment can be similar to the real world in order to create a lifelike experience—for example, in simulations for pilot or combat training—or it can differ significantly from reality, such as in VR games. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_reality
- In 1999, The Matrix and later sequels explored the possibility that our world is actually a vast Virtual Reality (or more precisely, Simulated Reality) created by artificially intelligent machines. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_reality
Depatterning or brainwashing
‘Even sound and light flashing can entrance or entrain peoples‟ brains to follow the simple patterns’. Page 80. http://www.freedomfchs.com/thematrixdeciph.pdf
Virtual reality scenarios often appear in movies which feature attempted brainwashing of the hero. In ‘Conspiracy Theory’, a 1997 American action thriller film, the hero is tortured by a doctor who tapes his eyes open, injects him with LSD, and interrogates him. As the LSD kicks in the hero remembers many previous sessions, which he sees as terrifying virtual reality cartoons.
‘In ‘The Ipcress File‘ a 1965 British espionage film, the hero is transported to a virtual reality torture base in an ‘Eastern Block’ Country for brainwashing. He is subjected to several days of immersion – isolation and sensory deprivation, and then a vivid world of flashing lights, horrific torture and unrecognized implanted / imprinted events, designed to convince him that his assumptions about the world were wrong, and that he is on the losing side.’ When he finally escapes, he finds he has been in London all the time.
‘The brainwashing shown is similar to a shock technique called Psychic driving pioneered by Dr. D. Ewen Cameron, originally on unwitting mental hospital patients, and utilised and funded by the U.S. CIA’s MKULTRA program in Canada.’ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ipcress_File_(film)
‘NEW WORLD VISTAS’- USAF Scientific Advisory Board Study June 1996.
A military study called ‘New WOrld Vistas’, carried out by the USAF Scientific Advisory Board Study, published in June 1996. forecast military equipment requirements over the next 50 years. According to this study, electromagnetic energy sources, the output of which can be pulsed, shaped and focused, affects the human brain/body in a fashion that will allow one to prevent voluntary muscular movements, control emotions and actions, produce sleep, transmit suggestions, interfere with both short and long-term memory, produce an experience set and delete an experience set.
The study argued that the concept of imprinting a virtual reality experience was the coming thing.
The abstract of a classified paper entitled ‘Information Warfare’ produced by the DEfense Technical information Center in Ft. Belvoir, Virgina, looks at ‘holographic image projection, cloaking devices and multi-spectral camouflage which will provide enhanced military deception capability. The most prominent technology is the creation of synthetic environments that an adversary things are reaL’.
Source: ‘Information strike/knowledge WArfare: Shattering the Information-War Paradigm: Air Force 2025: 2025 Support Office Air University, Air Education and Training Comand.” Developed by the Air University Press Educational series Directorate, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, August 1996. Information Operations: A New War-Fighting Capability. http://www.csat.au.af.mil/2025/volume3/vol3ch02.pd
Air Force 2025 – U.S. Air Force Center for Strategy and Technology http://www.csat.au.af.mil.
BRAIN WAVE IMMERSION
As referred to by perpetrators, this relates to having someone else’s mind superimposed on your own. I have not experienced it, and it must be terrible, especially for people who suffer from claustrophobia. Apparently it does happen, and there are people who have been kidnapped and forced to become slaves of others by this method.
See also: James Casbolt | Project IBIS
Robert Duncan writes that he accidentally stumbled on a type of nonconsensual brain wave immersion ‘while looking at a reverse MRI scheme to inject electromagnetic signals into the brain for virtual reality applications’.Page 2, http://www.freedomfchs.com/thematrixdeciph.pdf
‘Immersion is the state of consciousness where an immersant’s awareness of physical self is transformed by being surrounded in an engrossing environment; often artificial, creating a perception of Presence in a non-physical world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immersion_(virtual_reality
True Immersive Virtual Reality’… is ‘most likely to be produced using a Brain-computer interface. An intermediate stage may be produced by “Virtual Space” using a head-mounted display with head tracking and computer control of the image presented to the helmet.’
According to Wikipedia, A fully immersive, perceptually-real environment will consist of multiple components:
The following hardware technologies are developed to stimulate one or more of the five senses to create perceptually-real sensations.
These technologies provide the ability to interact and communicate with the virtual environment.
Software interacts with the hardware technology to render the virtual environment and process the user input to provide dynamic, real-time response. To achieve this, software often integrates components of artificial intelligence and virtual worlds.
Research and development
Many universities have programs that research and develop immersive technology. Examples are Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, USC’s Computer Graphics and Immersive Technologies Lab, Iowa State Virtual Reality Applications Center, University of Buffalo’s VR Lab, and Teesside University’s Intelligent Virtual Environments Lab.The U.S. Government requests information for immersive technology development and funds specific projects. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immersive_technology
‘EEG cloning means to copy someone else’s brainwaves onto another person. The discovery made by Robert Malech allows this to be done wirelessly anywhere in the world.’ Page 8. http://www.freedomfchs.com/thematrixdeciph.pdf
‘Malech discovered he could influence brain waves just as easily as reading them. So at the other extreme, a psychic warrior can EEG clone his brainwaves onto a target. This is symbolized in the movie “The Matrix” where the agents take over random citizens bodies while in pursuit of the heroes.’ Page 8. http://www.freedomfchs.com/thematrixdeciph.pdf
In practice, EEG cloning would involve some kind of brain-computer interaction, possible wireless, rather than via electrodes attached to the brain:
Mind Uploading: ‘Whole brain emulation or mind uploading (sometimes called mind transfer) is the hypothetical process of transferring or copying a conscious mind from a brain to a non-biological substrate by scanning and mapping a biological brain in detail and copying its state into a computer system or another computational device. The computer would have to run a simulation model so faithful to the original that it would behave in essentially the same way as the original brain, or for all practical purposes, indistinguishably. The simulated mind is assumed to be part of a virtual reality simulated world, supported by an anatomic 3D body simulation model. Alternatively, the simulated mind could be assumed to reside in a computer inside (or connected to) a humanoid robot or a biological body, replacing its brain. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_uploading
The potential perils of immersive technology have often been portrayed in science fiction and entertainment. Movies such as eXistenZ, The Matrix, and the short film ‘Play’ by David Kaplan and Eric Zimmerman raise questions about what may happen if we are unable to distinguish the physical world from the digital world. Legal systems debate on topics of Virtual crime, and whether it is ethical to permit illegal behavior… in a simulated environment.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immersive_technology
After being subjected to a mix of synthetic symptoms similar to mental illnesses, at some stage in the process, the TI loses touch with reality. To a clinician that looks like mental illness. It is not uncommon for TIs to be sectioned or consigned to a secure mental institution at that point.