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Electronic Mind Control

Brain Zapping
Part One

ense nervous headache? Always run down and irritable? Not feeling yourself? Well maybe thats

because youre not yourself, rather, you are being controlled from somewhere else by someone or
something else.

A few years ago the BBC program Tomorrows World featured a man whose Parkinsons Disease symptoms could be controlled by
pressing a switch on a handset which in turn operated a tiny device implanted into his brain. No more shaking, no more tears. This is
the friendly, caring side of neural implants, but many people believe that dark forces are at work, trying to take over the minds of their
targeted subjects via tiny objects inserted into various parts of the body. Even worse, these sinister controllers are beaming strong
electromagnetic rays into the minds of innocent victims, influencing their thoughts and emotions.

These shadowy forces take many forms; some say that its intelligence agencies like the CIA; others that its a secret cabal plotting for
control of the worlds population; still others that its malicious aliens, the Greys, who use implants as tracking devices so that they can
abduct and control their hapless victims anytime and anyplace.

Warnings of new forms of mind control are not just the rantings of so-called conspiracy theorists and paranoid cranks. Nature1 reports
on developments in neuroscience as posing a potential threat to human rights Jean-Pierre Changeux, a neuroscientist at the Institut
Pasteur in Paris, told a meeting of the French national bioethics committee that advances in cerebral imagining make the scope for
invasion of privacy immense. He said that although the equipment needed is still highly specialised, it will become commonplace and
capable of being used at a distance. That will open the way for abuses such as invasion of personal liberty, control of behaviour and
brainwashing. Denis LeBihan, a researcher at the French Atomic Energy Commission, told the meeting that the use of imaging
techniques has reached the stage where we can almost read peoples thoughts.

Behavioural Control
American interest in the hypnosis-EMR [electromagnetic radiation] interaction was still strong as of 1974, when a research plan
was filed to develop useful techniques in human volunteers. The experimenter, J.F. Schapitz, stated: In this investigation it will

be shown that the spoken word of the hypnotist may also be conveyed by modulated electromagnetic energy directly into the
subconscious parts of the human brain i.e., without employing any technical devices for receiving or transcoding the
messages and without the person exposed to such influence having a chance to control the information input consciously.2
Robert O. Becker, Nobel Prize nominee, 1985

Although our modern electronic age has been in existence only since the turn of this century, individuals have claimed that their minds
were being remotely influenced and controlled by machines for at least two centuries.

Recorded way back in 1810 is the case of James Tilly Matthews, a London tea broker, who claimed his mind was being controlled by a
gang operating a machine he called an Air Loom which sent out invisible, magnetic rays from a London cellar. Matthews believed
machines like the Air Loom were also controlling the minds of members of the British Parliament. He wrote letters to the MPs warning
them about the machines and the conspiracy behind it. Matthews was committed to Bethlem Hospital as being insane.3

It might be easy to dismiss Matthews claims of a machine that can control ones mind because of the early date. However, his is by no
means an isolated case.

In 1994 Ronald K. Siegel, a Associate Research Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA, wrote
Whispers: The Voices of Paranoia.4 Dr. Siegel, an expert on hallucinations, edited a book on this subject in 1975 with Louis Jolyn West
of MKULTRA fame.5

MKSEARCH, MKOFTEN, etc., were covert CIA projects involving many prominent members and institutions of the medical and
scientific communities to investigate and experiment with various forms of behaviour modification and control using, in many cases,
unwitting human subjects. In operation from the late 1940s until the early 1970s, they delved into everything from drugs to hypnosis to

Whispers is a collection of case histories of mind control, (or paranoia as he calls it) studied by Siegel. One case concerned a man
named Tolman who believed his mind was being controlled by computers via a satellite system named POSSE (Personal Orbiting
Satellite for Surveillance and Enforcement). Interestingly, author Dorothy Burdick, in her 1982 book Such Things Are Known described
what she claimed was her mind control harassment by computers via satellites. She names Siegel as being the inventor of a device
named FOCUS (Flexible Optical Control Unit Simulator) which can project hallucinations directly onto the retina so the subjects cant

distinguish the images from reality.7 In Siegels book Tolman claims images are being directly transmitted into his brain. Siegel says,
You mean to tell me that here are machines capable of sending visual images directly into the brain?8

In 1968 Siegel published a professional paper titled A Device for Chronically Controlled Visual Input which is a description of a device
he developed to project images directly into the brain of experimental animals via the optic nerve. He suggests further experimentation
be conducted on neonates (kittens) which have their total visual stimulation controlled from the time they open their eyes.9

Thirty years later a team of US scientists wired a computer to a cats brain and created videos of what the cat was seeing. One of the
scientists working on the project, Garret Stanley of Harvard University, predicts machines with brain interfaces. We can only imagine
how far such technology has advanced in the secret research laboratories of the US government and the military/industrial complex.

Unlike Matthews, todays victims can point to a wealth of documentation confirming how government agencies and research centres
have been developing technologies and methods with the same capabilities that people have been describing for two centuries. These
technologies involve elements of psychology, hypnosis, political conspiracies, and even devices that emit rays to control the behaviour
of others without their knowledge or consent.

Biological Process Control

In 1996, the US Air Force Scientific Advisory Board published a 14-volume study of future developments in weapons called New World
Vistas. Tucked away on page 89 of an ancillary 15th volume are some hair-raising insights into the future coupling of man and
machine in a section dealing with Biological Process Control. The author refers to an explosion of knowledge in the field of
neuroscience, adding, ominously:

One can envision the development of electromagnetic energy sources, the output of which can be pulsed, shaped, and focused,
that can couple with the human body in a fashion that will allow one to prevent voluntary muscular movements, control emotions
(and thus actions), produce sleep, transmit suggestions, interfere with both short-term and long-term memory, produce an
experience set, and delete an experience set.

Translating the words experience set from military jargon into plain English, this means, simply, that they envisage the ability to erase
your lifes memories and substitute a new, fictitious set.

By projecting such developments into the future, the authors of New Vistas are camouflaging present day capabilities. A similar
futuristic scenario with many references to mind manipulation is described in The Revolution in Military Affairs and Conflict Short of War
(US Army War College, 1994). Authors Steven Metz and James Kievit declare: Behaviour modification is a key component of peace

enforcement and The advantage of [using] directed energy systems is deniability. The authors ask: Against whom is such deniability
aimed? The direct answer is the American people.

Set in the year 2010, Metz and Kievit write of perception moulding and advanced psycho-technologies to avoid irksome public
protest, but that is just the beginning. The major obstacle, they believe, is that traditional American ethics [are] a major hindrance, and
thus, sadly old-fashioned notions of personal privacy and national sovereignty [are to be] changed.

The future presented by Metz and Kievit sounds like a mixture of George Orwells 1984 and the recent movie The Matrix. Individuals
unwilling to go along with the revolutionary changes are identified using comprehensive inter-agency integrated databases. They will
then be categorized and sophisticated computerized personality simulations will be used to develop, tailor and focus psychological
campaigns for [ie. against] each.

Other techniques to be used in association with these new mind weapons include morphing, a present-day ability that controls the
distortion of TV images. So, if you are lucky enough not to have your brain electronically scrambled or erased, the electronic news
media will be manipulated especially for you, presenting convincing near-real-life visual images through your combined TV set-cuminternet interface.

Silent Sounds
The Silent Sound Spread Spectrum (SSSS) technology, also known as S-quad, was developed by Dr. Oliver Lowery of Georgia, USA,
and is described in US Patent #5,159,703 as Silent Subliminal Presentation System. The abstract for the patent reads:

A silent communications system in which nonaural carriers, in the very low or very high audio-frequency range or in the adjacent
ultrasonic frequency spectrum are amplitude- or frequency-modulated with the desired intelligence and propagated acoustically
or vibrationally, for inducement into the brain, typically through the use of loudspeakers, earphones, or piezoelectric
transducers. The modulated carriers may be transmitted directly in real time or may be conveniently recorded and stored on
mechanical, magnetic or optical media for delayed or repeated transmission to the listener.

According to literature by Silent Sounds, Inc., it is now possible, using supercomputers, to analyse human emotional EEG patterns and
replicate them, then store these emotion signature clusters on another computer and, at will, silently induce and change the
emotional state in a human being.

Judy Wall, writing in Nexus (October-November 1998), says Silent Sounds, Inc. states that it is interested only in positive emotions, but
the military is not so limited. That this is a US Department of Defense project is obvious.

Edward Tilton, President of Silent Sounds Inc., says this about S-quad in a letter dated 13 December, 1996:

All schematics, however, have been classified by the US Government and we are not allowed to reveal the exact details we
make tapes and CDs for the German Government, even the former Soviet Union countries! All with the permission of the US
State Department, of course The system was used throughout Operation Desert Storm (Iraq) quite successfully.

By using these computer-enhanced EEGs, scientists can identify and isolate the brains low-amplitude emotion signature clusters,
synthesise them and store them on another computer. In other words, by studying the subtle characteristic brainwave patterns that
occur when a subject experiences a particular emotion, scientists have been able to identify the concomitant brainwave pattern and can
now duplicate it. These clusters are then placed on the Silent Sound carrier frequencies and will silently trigger the occurrence of the
same basic emotion in another human being!

Synthetic Telepathy
Synthetic telepathy is a term used to describe the beaming of words, thoughts, or ideas into a persons mind by mechanical means,
specifically, some type of electromagnetic transmitter, similar to a radio or television broadcast, operating in the microwave frequency
band. In recent years thousands of people have come forward claiming to be victims of this frightening technology.

The first officially reported scientific experi-ment documenting a case of synthetic telepathy cannot be found in the academic literature
because of the highly secretive nature of the research.

In 1961 Allen Frey, a freelance biophysicist and engineering psychologist, reported that a human can hear microwaves.10 This
discovery was dismissed by most United States scientists as being the result of artifact (outside noise).

The more technical description of the experiment is described by James C. Linn.11

Frey... found that human subjects exposed to 1310 MHz and 2982 MHz microwaves at average power densities of 0.4 to 2
mW/cm2 perceived auditory sensations described as buzzing or knocking sounds (also described as clicks or chirps).

The peak power densities were on the order of 200 to 300 mW/cm2 and the pulse repetition frequencies varied from 200 to 400
Hz... Frey referred to this auditory phenomenon as the RF (radio frequency) sound. The sensation occurred instantaneously at
average incident power densities well below that necessary for known biological damage and appeared to originate from within
or near the back of the head.

Further testing revealed that two requirements were necessary for the subject to hear the microwave induced sound: good bone
conduction and the ability to hear acoustic energy above 5 kHz...

By 1975 the introduction to a paper by A.W. Guy and others begins, One of the most widely observed and accepted biologic effects of
low average power electromagnetic (EM) energy is the auditory sensation evoked in man when exposed to pulsed microwaves.12

Present day US Government use of synthetic telepathy was described in the October-November 1994 issue of Nexus:

Directed-energy weapons currently being deployed include, for example, a micro-wave weapon manufactured by LockheedSanders and used for a process known as Voice Synthesis which is remote beaming of audio (i.e., voices or other audible
signals) directly into the brain of any selected human target. This process is also known within the US Government as Synthetic

Microwave Zapping
Much of the work done with microwaves was developed by Project Pandora, which was put into place by the Advanced Research
Projects Agency (ARPA) at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research to study the effects of microwaves that were being beamed into
the American Embassy in Moscow by the Russians. Some of the findings of the scientists involved with Pandora are quite disturbing.
Dr. Joseph C. Sharp and engineer Mark Grove were able to hear and distinguish one-syllable words by pulse-modulated microwaves.13

Microwaves can also alter the permeability of the bodys blood-brain barrier,14 which can synergistically increase the effects of drugs,
as the military is well aware. Using relatively low-level RFR, it may be possible to sensitise large military groups to extremely dispersed
amounts of biological or chemical agents to which the unirradiated population would be immune.15

Sound can be transmitted even easier through the use of implants cochlear implants, implants that send electrical signals into the
fluid of the inner ear, or implants that transmit sound vibrations via bone conduction, such as the cases of dental fillings picking up
audible radio signals. The stimoceiver, invented by Dr. Jose Delgado, consists of wires running from strategic points in the brain to a
radio receiver/transmitter located entirely under the skin. Through this device, Delgado was able to stimulate raw emotions such as
arousal, anxiety, and aggression with the turn of a knob.16

Of course, secret research by the US Government into microwaves and synthetic telepathy has moved on considerably since the end of
the Cold War.

McVeigh: Manchurian Candidate?

Among the many telemetry instruments being used today, are miniature radio transmitters that can be swallowed, carried
externally, or surgically implanted.... They permit the simultaneous study of behaviour and physiological functioning.
Dr. Stuart Mackay, Bio-Medical Telemetry (textbook), 1968

While visiting friends in Decker, Michigan, Timothy McVeigh complained that the Army had implanted him with a microchip, a miniature
subcutaneous transponder, so that they could keep track of him. He complained that it left an unexplained scar on his buttocks and was
painful to sit on. McVeigh was convicted of the 1995 bombing of a US Government building in Oklahoma City.

Miniaturised telemetrics have been part of an ongoing project by the military and the various intelligence agencies to test the
effectiveness of tracking soldiers on the battlefield. The miniature implantable telemetric device was declassified long ago.

According to Dr. Carl Sanders, the developer of the Intelligence Manned Interface (IMI) biochip, We used this with military personnel in
the Iraq War where they were actually tracked using this particular type of device.

It is also interesting to note that the Calspan Advanced Technology Centre in Buffalo, NY (Calspan ATC), where McVeigh worked, is
engaged in microscopic electronic engineering of the kind applicable to telemetrics. Calspan was founded in 1946 as Cornell
Aeronautical Laboratory, which included the Fund for the Study of Human Ecology, a CIA financing conduit for mind control
experiments by emigre Nazi scientists and others under the direction of CIA doctors Sidney Gottlieb, Ewen Cameron, and Louis Jolyn

According to mind control researcher Alex Constantine, Calspan places much research emphasis on bioengineering and artificial
intelligence (Calspan pioneered the field in the 1950s). In his article, The Good Soldier, Constantine states:

Human tracking and monitoring technology are well within Calspans sphere of pursuits. The company is instrumental in
REDCAP, an Air Force electronic warfare system that winds through every Department of Defense facility in the country. A
Pentagon release explains that REDCAP is used to evaluate the effectiveness of electronic-combat hardware, techniques,
tactics and concepts. The system includes closed-loop radar and data links at RF manned data fusion and weapons control
posts. One Patriot computer news board reported that a disembodied, rumbling, low-frequency hum had been heard across the
country the week of the [Oklahoma] bombing. Past hums in Taos, New Mexico, Eugene and Medford, Oregon, Timmons,
Ontario and Bristol, England were most definitely (despite specious official denials) attuned to the brains auditory pathways.

The Air Force is among Calspans leading clients, and Eglin AFB has farmed key personnel to the company. The grating irony
recalling McVeighs contention hed been implanted with a telemetry chip is that the Instrumentation Technology Branch of

Eglin Air Force Base is currently engaged in the tracking of mammals with subminiature telemetry devices. According to an Air
Force press release, the biotelemetry chip transmits on the upper S-band (2318 to 2398 MHz), with up to 120 digital channels.

There is nothing secret about the biotelemetry chip. Ads for commercial versions of the device have appeared in national publications.
Time magazine ran an ad for an implantable pet transponder in its 26 June, 1995 issue ironically enough opposite an article about a
militia leader who was warning about the coming New World Order. While monitoring animals has been an unclassified scientific pursuit
for decades, the monitoring of humans has been a highly classified project that is but a subset of the Pentagons nonlethal arsenal. As
Constantine notes, the dystopian implications were explored by Defense News for 20 March, 1995:

Naval Research Lab Attempts To Meld Neurons And Chips: Studies May Produce Army of Zombies.

Future battles could be waged with genetically engineered organisms, such as rodents, whose minds are controlled by
computer chips engineered with living brain cells.... The research, called Hippo-campal Neuron Patterning, grows live neurons
on computer chips. This technology that alters neurons could potentially be used on people to create zombie armies,
Lawrence Korb, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, said.

Its conceivable, according to Constantine, given the current state of the electronic mind control art, a biocybernetic Oz over the black
budget rainbow, that McVeigh had been drawn into an experimental project, that the device was the real McCoy. Timothy McVeigh
may have unknowningly been an Army/CIA guinea pig involved in a classified telemetric/mind-control project a Manchurian

Soviet Research
A highly secretive battle was being waged behind the scenes during the Cold War in the area of EM weapons (sometimes described as
psychotronics) to control and influence the minds of people. Its only now that some of this research has emerged, but much of it
remains hidden and classified. In fact, we know more about Soviet research into this area because it was the Soviet Union that

A 1975 issue of the Soviet publication International Life, discussing electronic mind control developments, stated that atmospheric
electricity can be used to suppress the mental activity of large groups of people. The Soviet journal said that a sonic generator, tuned
to an infrasound (below the hearing level) frequency, could create feelings of depression, fear, panic, terror, and despair.

In 1977, the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) declassified a report describing how advances in Soviet psychotronic technology
can create the ultimate big brother society, by using electronic mind control against populations to implant ideas and thoughts into the

heads of unsuspecting victims: Sounds and possibly even words, which appear to be originating intracranially (within ones own head),
can be induced by signal modification at very low average power densities.

The DIA report also said that the Soviets discovered that secret microwave radiation can be used to induce in unsuspecting victims:
Headache, fatigue, perspiring, dizziness, menstrual disorders, irritability, agitation, tension, drowsiness, sleeplessness, depression,
anxiety, forgetfulness, and the lack of concentration.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, in a manoeuvre identical to Operation Paperclip in World War II,17 Western intelligence agencies
obtained all the Soviet research and recruited key personnel working in this sensitive area. Russian research has now all but stopped
due to economic crises.

A report in Defense Electronics in the early 1990s said that a Richmond, Virginia firm, Psychotechnologies (believed to be closely tied
to the CIA and the FBI) purchased the American rights to Soviet mind control devices.

Defense Electronics described a spring, 1993 meeting between Clinton Administration officials and Soviet psychotronics experts,
including Dr. Igor Smirnov. Amongst the US agencies represented at the meetings with Smirnov were the FBI, the CIA, the Defense
Intelligence Agency, and the Advance Research Projects Research Agency. Clinton Administration officials wanted to determine
whether psycho-correction... programs could be undertaken by the US Government. These devices could be used to affect judgment or
opinion of decision-makers, key personnel or populaces.

Clinton defense officials expressed interest that the psychotronic devices could be used in non-violently clearing areas of potential
enemies, snipers, etc. On the domestic front, psychotronic devices could be used to suppress political dissidents, and any other
potential threats to the New World Order.

Also meeting with the Soviet experts were officials from giant international corporations, such as General Motors, and researchers from
the National Institute of Mental Health. The 22 August, 1994 Newsweek magazine reported on a secret Arlington, Virginia meeting
between experts from the FBIs Counter-Terrorism Centre and Dr. Smirnov, whose work was described in the publication:

...Using electroencephalographs, Smirnov measures brain waves, then uses computers to create a map of the subconscious
and various human impulses, such as anger or the sex drive. Then through taped subliminal messages, he claims to physically
alter the landscape with the power of suggestion.

Psychotronic Weapons Research

One mans name has become synonymous with the field of non-lethal weapons development. Col. John Alexander first became known
to the public through his December, 1980 Military Review article titled, The New Mental Battlefield. This article clearly describes the
lethal nature of many of the so-called non-lethal weapons now being developed to control civilian populations. Alexander noted:

Psychotronics may be described as the interaction of mind and matter The possibility for employment as weaponry has been
explored. To be more specific, there are weapons systems that operate on the power of the mind and whose lethal capacity has
already been demonstrated.

Describing Soviet development of psychotronic weapons, Alexander stated: The ability to... cause death can be transmitted over
distances, thus inducing illness or death for no apparent reason. These weapons would be able to induce illness or death at little or no
risk to the operator... The psychotronic weapon would be silent (and) difficult to detect...

Powerful elite insiders have long known how electromagnetic weapons can be effectively utilised to wage mind control against the
population, specifically targeting political dissidents and troublemakers. What of the numerous political activists and investigative
journalists who died under mysterious circumstances, many from rare forms of cancer? Could they have been taken out by
psychotronic weapons? We can only imagine how advanced this technology is today.

President Lyndon Johnsons Science Adviser, Dr. Gordon J.F. MacDonald wrote the 1968 book, Unless Peace Comes, A Scientific
Forecast Of New Weapons.

MacDonald described how man-made changes in the electrical earth ionosphere can be used for mass behaviour control. He said that
low frequency electromagnetic oscillations can attack the low frequency electromagnetic brain waves in human beings. He stated,
Perturbation of the environment (by geophysical warfare) can produce changes in behavioural patterns.

In his 1970 book, Between Two Ages, Zbigniew Brezezinski (a long-time Establishment strategist) described weather control as a
new weapon that is a key element of strategy. He added:

Technology will make available, to leaders of major nations, a variety of techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only
a bare minimum of the security forces need to be appraised.

Brzezinski predicted the exact types of electromagnetic psychotronic weapons that the US Administration is now developing for mass
behaviour control of citizens. He stated:

It is possible and tempting to exploit, for strategic-political purposes, the fruits of research on the brain and on human
behaviour... Accurately timed, artificially excited electronic strokes could lead to a pattern of oscillations that produce relatively
high power levels over certain regions of the earth... In this way, one could develop a system that would seriously impair the
brain performance of a very large population in selected regions, over an extended period.

Ultimate Threat to Freedom

As this is being written mankind faces the ultimate threat to what remains of individual liberty and freedom. Our right, our heritage of
free will and creative thought is in danger of being permanently denied by insidious technology in the hands of New World Order elitists
and their minions who serve a spiritual conspiracy that dwells within, and can be aided by, each of us. It is up to each and every one us
to fully resist on all levels of our being the attempts by these evil forces to control our thoughts, emotions and actions.

But does this conspiracy extend much further than mere man-made political and economic forces? What of the evidence for a
metaphysical component that is working behind the scenes? This question will be dealt with in Part Two of this article.

Part Two of this article will deal with alien abduction, implants and the occult/psychic warfare being waged to control the minds of the
worlds population.

1. Nature, Vol. 391, 22 January 1998
2. Becker, Robert O., Selden, Gary, The Body Electric, New York: William Morrow, 1985, p. 321.
3. Haslam, John, Illustrations of Madness, London: G. Hayden, 1810.
4. Siegel, Ronald K., Whispers: The Voices of Paranoia, New York: Crown Publishers, 1994.
5. Siegel, R.K., West, L.J., Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience, and Theory, New York: Wiley, 1975.
6. Marks, John, The Search for the Manchurian Candidate, New York: Times Books, 1979.
7. Burdick, Dorothy, Such Things Are Known, New York: Vantage Press, 1982, pp. 150-151.
8. Siegel, Ronald K., Whispers: The Voices of Paranoia, New York: Crown Publishers, 1994, p. 65.
9. Siegel, R.K., A Device for Chronically Controlled Visual Input, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1968 Sept., 11(5), pp. 559-560.
10. Frey, A.H. Auditory System Response to Radio Frequency Energy, Aerospace Med. 32:1140-1142, 1961.
11. Lin, James C., Microwave Auditory Effects and Applications, Springfield, IL, USA: Charles C. Thomas Publishers, 1978.
12. Guy, Arthur W., Chou, C.K., Lin, James C., and Christensen, D., Microwaved-Induced Acoustic Effects in Mammalian Auditory Systems and Physical
Materials, Ann. NY Acad. Sci., 247:194-218, 1975.
13. Justensen, Don R., Microwaves and Behavior, American Psychologist, 3/75, p. 396
14. Lin, James C PhD., Microwave Auditory Effects and Applications, Thomas Books, 1978, p. 190; Brodeur, Paul, The Zapping of America, WW Norton &
company, 1977, p. 85
15. Tyler, Capt Paul E, MC, USN, The Electromagnetic Spectrum in Low-Intensity Conflict in Low Intensity Conflict and Modern Technology, edited by Lt Col

David Dean, USAF

16. Delgado, Jose, Physical Control of the Mind: Toward a Psychocivilized Society, New York: Harpers, 1969
17. Operation Paperclip was created by US intelligence during World War II. The goal was to recruit top Nazi specialists to be taken back to the US to continue
their work in top secret areas like rocket science and genetics. It is now historical fact that dozens of Nazi scientists were recruited by the operation.

The above article appeared in New Dawn No. 59 (March-April 2000)

The International Peace Group

McVeigh Theory Revised

2 May 2003 @ 09:50

The Bush administration has decided to phrase their
justification for the war in Iraq in a very dangerous way. The
latest Bush propaganda philosophy goes like this: if you have
a tyrannical government you're trying to get rid of, anywhere
in the world, you bomb its government buildings, target its
leaders, and label yourselves "freedom fighters", and you can
morally do anything you want. If there is collateral damage in
the death of innocents and babies, well, that's okay. That's just the price of war.
War is hell. We'll "kinda, sorta, try" not to hurt innocents, but if we do... oh
well... all for the liberation of the Iraqi people: all for "Iraqi Freedom".
Now, I'm not going to say that that's right or wrong. Saddam Hussein is a
bastard. He is unquestionably one of the most vicious bastards in human
history. I frankly hopes he gets what he deserves, and frankly, burning in hell
forever would be too good for him.
And there may indeed be other motivations. Perhaps Iraq DOES have weapons
of mass destruction. I think that is a very likely probability: after all, American
corporations sold him those WMD's, so we ought to know better than anyone.
Perhaps he IS supporting terrorists intent on going after America. Perhaps he IS
going to attack either America, or other nations such as Israel with these.
Perhaps we can prove that.
Or perhaps he just has oil that we want and can't get any other way.
George W. Bush and hs administration could have used the above justifications.
They could have shown us the proof to back up the WMD and terrorist
allegation. But instead they chose the current doctrine, and I'll repeat it: if you
have a tyrannical government you're trying to get rid of, anywhere in the world,
you bomb its government buildings, target its leaders, and label yourselves
"freedom fighters", and you can morally do anything you want. If there is
collateral damage in the death of innocents and babies, well, that's okay. It's
the price of war. No big whoop.
How many of you agree with this doctrine?
Good. Those of you who do have a lot of good company. Let's start with
Timothy McVeigh.
Object until you're blue in the face, but what George W. Bush is using as
justification now is exactly what Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols, and
whatever coconspirators they almost certainly had, used as justification to
destroy the Murrah Building and 168 of its occupants. Almost to the letter. The
Oklahoma CIty Bombing was, according to McVeigh, a reprisal for a terrorist act
committed by the American government: the butchering of some 80 Branch
Davidians at Mount Carmel, Texas, including some 20 infants and children. Yes,
McVeigh killed innocents. No matter, as long as he got a goodly number of the
people responsible for the Branch Davidian massacre: after all, they killed
babies, too. Not any different than the Bush doctrine.
Essentially, you can call the Bush doctrine, the "McVeigh Doctrine".
But I'm hardly finished.
Those of you who endorse the Bush/McVeigh Doctrine have more good
First of all, you have Yasser Arafat, the Palestinian Liberation Organization, and
Hamas. Yes, suicide PLO bombers do kill innocent Israelis. If you listen to their
side of the story however, you will hear them say that they are an occupied


Electronic Mind Control

Rixon Stewart

"The more we do to you, the less you seem to believe we are doing it."
Joseph Mengele, camp doctor at Auschewitz, notorious for his
experiments on inmates.
"In 1961 Alan H Frey provided evidence that the perception of sound
can be induced in normal and deaf humans by irradiation of the head
with low power density, pulse modulated UHF . . . The ability to
modify behaviour with auditory-cortex stimuli . . .brain rhythm
modification and many other biological applications of microwaves has
been repeatedly shown since the 1950's." From declassified records on
Project Pandora released on 19 Dec 1994:
It's the stuff of dreams. The sort of fantasy entertained by the
likes of Hitler, Stalin and Chairman Mao. Not just control but
complete control over every aspect of life and not by laws or
external restrictions either, but control imposed from within:
control over the very thoughts and feelings of a subject people.
Total tyranny. It's every dictator's dream and a nightmare for anyone
who values freedom.
Implants and mind control technology are not simply the creation of
paranoid conspiracy theorists, nor are they the stuff of science
fiction. They are real: an established, certifiable fact and it is
the intention of this article to try and throw some light on a
phenomenon that has largely been ignored by the mainstream media. The
technology exists, the hardware is in place, the patents on record
and the know how and intent to use it are a sinister reality.
As far back as the 1940's research was being conducted into implant
technology and mind control, as detailed in the first issue of the
Seeker (1). Since then the research has continued unabated and
unhindered by any publicity or media attention; so when alleged
Oklahoma city bomber Timothy McVeigh claimed to have been implanted
by the U.S. Army, the mainstream media could barely restrain its
laughter. After all, said the media, Timothy McVeigh was simply a
lone right wing nut case with a chip on his shoulder. Or was he?
Jeff Camp, who worked alongside McVeigh as a guard in upstate New
York, told Newsweek that the bomber was "a very strange person. It
was like he had two different personalities."
Indeed. In 1992 McVeigh took a job with Burns International Security
Services in Buffalo and was assigned to the security detail at
Calspan, a Pentagon contractor that conducts classified research into
advanced electronic warfare. Al Salandra, a spokesman for Calspan,
told reporters that McVeigh was "a model employee." "He was real
different," Todd Regier, who worked with McVeigh, told the Boston
Globe. "Kind of cold. He was almost like a robot."
Just the sort of employee that a high tech firm such as Burns
International Security Services, with its close links with the
Pentagon, liked. So much so that his managers had planned to promote
McVeigh. Before they could though McVeigh claims that federal agents

implanted him with a microchip, which left him with an unexplained

scar on his posterior.
The Gulf War Veteran may not be the only one. Five months after the
Oklahoma city bombing a spate of random shootings occurred on the
freeways in and around San Francisco. David Morillas and his wife
were travelling down the freeway when the rear side window exploded,
showering their sleeping five year old son with glass. Seconds later
he saw a red Toyota pick up slow down and shift to the right lane on
the roadway, Morillas followed and slowed down alongside the pick up,
shouting through his opened window: "Did you see what happened to my
"I didn't see nothing" answered the pick up's driver but, according
to Morillas: "He was kind of talking weird, mumbling. I couldn't
understand him."
More shootings followed in the weeks thereafter and when police
finally tracked down the culprit they found one Christopher Scalley,
the owner of the same red Toyota pick up. According to Scalley he was
acting on the orders of "electronic appliances:" When questioned, he
told the police that he had been receiving messages via radio waves
and that he heard "voices telepathically from passing vehicles."
Of course Scalley may just be a little wacko, or at least that's what
your supposed to think. For strange as it may seem, what Scalley said
may be closer to the truth than many would like to admit. The fact is
that the U.S. Patents office now holds dozens of patents for devices
which could communicate directly with an individual through their
thoughts. As outlined in the first issue of the Seeker (2) supposed
alien abductions and implants have been used as a cover for field
testing this new technology, and the military have paid special
attention. One report, (3) published by the U.S. Air Force in 1996,
proposed creating a new breed of cyber-soldiers using brain implanted
micro-chips; through such means the proposed cyber-soldiers would
converse with computers via satellites in low earth orbit, identify
targets and call in air power or advanced satellite borne weaponry.
It wouldn't have been out of place in a Star Wars movie but the fact
is the patents are already in the U.S Patents office. Thus we have:
U.S. Patent US5629678: IMPLANTABLE TRANSECEIVER Apparatus for
Tracking and Recovering Humans.
(Global Positioning Satellite) LOCATION INFORMATION.
There's more but it should be noted that this technology falls into
two distinct categories; the first type requires some sort of implant
technology to be effective. In contrast the second type of technology
doesn't require any kind of interface but acts directly on the
targeted individual or group.
AND ALTERING BRAIN WAVES -- Apparatus for and method of sensing

waves at a position remote from a subject whereby electromagnetic
signals of different frequencies are simultaneously transmitted to
the brain of the subject in which the signals interfere with one
another to yield a waveform which is modulated by the subject's brain
waves. The interference waveform which is representative of the brain
wave activity is re-transmitted by the brain to a receiver where it
is demodulated and amplified. The demodulated waveform is then
displayed for visual viewing and routed to a computer for further
processing and analysis. The demodulated waveform also can be used to
produce a compensating signal which is transmitted back to the brain
to effect a desired change in electrical activity therein.
It would be a mistake to assume that this sort of thing could only
happen in America. The fact is that the British have been at the
forefront of developments of this type for some time now. This is
demonstrated by Marina Findlay's story. Her case is an interesting
one and for a number of reasons: firstly it reveals something of the
horrific effects of this technology, secondly though it reveals the
ominous and menacing mentality of its user's.
An outspoken and effective environmental campaigner, Marina's
narrative really began in the mid 1990's when she uncovered a scandal
involving no less than the Royal House of Windsor. According to
Marina, ancient woodlands that were officially protected were being
completely clear-felled so that suitable trunks could be used to
provide timber for the rebuilding of Windsor Castle, in the wake of
the 1992 fire.
"The Royal architects worked with the Forestry Authority and 2 or 3
major timber companies to target and take out the most sacred ancient
woods," wrote Marina, "Inventories drawn up to ensure conservation of
this habitat were used to locate valuable sites whose owners were
then approached and offered tens of thousands of pounds by agents for
the timber companies."
As Marina began speaking out on this issue she found herself being
targeted by the Secret Services using psychotronic weaponry. The end
result was weeks, months and ultimately years of mental and physical
torture. In her head she heard two voices: a man's and a women's, who
described themselves as the "Windsor gang," and who would berate,
threaten and intimidate her for hours at a time. Coupled with this she
was forcibly blasted with microwave energies, which were specifically
targeted at particular internal organs including her ovaries.
Today she is sterile.
Once again Marina's case is so outrageous as to seem implausible;
after all the mainstream media has avoided any mention of mind
control technology, in spite of the fact of its documented existence,
thus making her claims sound all the more bizarre. Which is exactly
what its users want; just remember that next time you hear about some
lone, deranged killer who heard voices in his head. Or better still
why not find out for yourself what is really going on by checking out
some of this articles sources, because the mainstream media is
certainly not going to tell you. Like they say, the truth is out
there . . . and we don't mean the in the "X Files" either.
Sources include:
Mind Control & Timothy McVeigh's Rise from "Robotic" Soldier to Mad

by Alex Constantine.
Timothy McVeigh was Telling the Truth, Kathy Kasten
(1) From Alien Abductions Via MKULTRA to an Implanted Cyber-Situation,
Dr Helmut Lammer, The Seeker No 1
(2) Ibid.
(3) Information Operations. A New War-Fighting Capability. Air Force 2025.
Developed by the Air Force Base, Alabama, 1996.


Worlds in Collision: Applying Reality to the Paranormal

Benjamin Radford
Paranormal claims are a double-edged sword, and many believers would likely be unhappy with the logical
implications of their beliefs. Our world would be a very different place if paranormal abilities truly existed. Psychic
powers, if they were real, would raise serious ethical and philosophical questions regarding individuality, privacy,
freedom, and free will.
The paranormal world and the real world are two separate domains, and odd things happen when the two meet.
Skeptics live in a world without unnatural causes, where unexplained phenomena can be attributed to a lack of
information instead of mystical forces. Skeptics see coincidences as a natural result of a random world and personal
experience as subject to myriad distorting influences, including belief systems, mood, and expectation. Many
believers, on the other hand, live in a world where miracles exist, meaningful coincidences are guided by higher
powers, and personal experience is the ultimate truth.
But on one level, we all share the same world; we drive on the same highways, eat the same food, see many of the
same films. A skeptic might watch Poltergeist or The Sixth Sense and enjoy the film as good fiction, while a believer
might say, "Well, it's a movie--but that really does happen," much the way a film about, say, a murder case is clearly
fictional, yet based in reality.
Skeptics are often accused of not raking psychic powers seriously, of having closed minds regarding the paranormal.
So let's take the believers seriously and picture what the world would be like if certain psychic powers really did exist.
The Double-Edged Sword of the Paranormal
Psychic phenomena are claimed to have many variants, prominent among them precognition (knowing the future);
clairvoyance ("clear seeing," also called remote viewing); and telepathy (mind reading). Imagine that such psychic
powers did exist: What would it mean in the "real world" if psychics really could read minds and "see" events far away
in time and distance?
Telepathy and Clairvoyance
* The use of psychic power would be a gross and unethical violation of privacy. What right does anyone else have to
read your mind, to have access to the most intimate details of your life? Would you want to associate with people who
had such an ability? Any psychic could watch as you make love, scold your children, or fill out your taxes. You could
have no secrets; no details of your life would be private or personal. Anything you think, feel, or do could be
accessed, reported to others, or used for blackmail.
* If psychics were real, professions that involve deception would be worthless, including undercover police and
detectives, industrial and international spies, etc. Furthermore, criminal organizations would employ them to stay a
step ahead of the law. Organized crime would have psychics on hand to screen new recruits for police informants, and
bank robbers wouldn't need to case their targets, simply going right for the richest safe-deposit boxes or bank
* There would be few or no mysteries or accidents if psychic powers existed. No one would wonder why EgyptAir 900
went down; we'd have clear, accurate answers from psychics and confirmed by science. They would have warned us
about problems at Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and with the Challenger space shuttle. Of course, psychics wouldn't
be expected to necessarily solve the problems; after all, they're nor nuclear or rocket scientists. But surely they would
let us know if a national (or international) tragedy is looming ahead.

* Psychics would be held responsible for the powers they claim. Along with power comes responsibility; if psychics
really did have powers, then they would know that Tim McVeigh was going to bomb the federal building in Oklahoma.
If they didn't sense that, then they aren't psychic, and if they did sense it, they didn't warn anyone and are just as
culpable as McVeigh. Having prior knowledge of a crime and failing to report that information can be considered
conspiracy, a felony offense. Perhaps following a terrorist attack police would do well to incarcerate psychics until they
can prove they didn't have foreknowledge.
* In a similar vein, psychics would be held liable for incorrect information. Just as engineers and scientists who give
police or the FBI false or misleading information can be prosecuted, so could psychics. When police psychics name the
wrong suspect or direct search teams looking for a body to an empty lake or woods, they should be held responsible.
During the TWA 800 investigation that began in 1996, the FBI was told by a psychic that the explosion was a result of
a bomb near the left wing. The psychic was found to be wholly incorrect, and should be held to the same standard as
other "experts."
* Most psychics would be very, very rich; a handful of correct predictions on the right stocks or in a casino could
easily make a gifted psychic wealthy. The common answer for why that doesn't occur, that psychics "don't use their
powers for personal profit," is both insulting and laughable. If they don't use their powers for profit, why do they
charge $40 or more for an hour-long reading? It's incredibly naive to assume that all psychics would adhere to such a
code of ethics. There are thousands of people around the world who claim psychic powers. Are we to assume that all
of them have taken such a vow of relative self-imposed poverty? That question aside, the whole problem could be
avoided by psychics simply donating any money they make to help the homeless, feed the hungry, or shelter battered
Precognition and Free Will
* Psychic predictions would be the most accurate type of prediction. We'd know at the beginning of the year what day
Princess Diana would die in a car crash and when the stock market will plunge. All we'd have to do would be to check
the events off a list as they occur. And unlike predictions based upon "normal" criteria (such as predicting the number
of disease cases by extrapolating current ones or using past performance of a stock fund), information gleaned from
supernatural powers would presumably be much more accurate. Uncertainty in prediction is usually the result of
human error or inability to predict unforeseen circumstances. By removing human limitations from the method of
prediction and placing it in the hands of a supernatural force or entity, psychic information should be uncannily
accurate. (Ignore for a moment the paradox inherent in precognition: The future would be changed by knowledge of
the future. For example, foreknowledge of an accident--a car crash, for example--would move any responsib le person
to prevent the tragedy, thus making the precognition inaccurate.)
* Psychics would have near-universal agreement in predictions. Instead of pockets of occasional, correct predictions,
we'd get thousands of psychics saying the same thing, coming to each prediction independently. Granted, a person
might consult three different doctors with the same malady and get slightly different diagnoses, but they would be
pretty similar: one won't claim the problem is a broken leg, for example, while another insists it's dandruff.
Perhaps the claim might be that there are different forces at work, and not all psychics can "tap into" powers of equal
quality or strength. But to claim that, well, some "higher powers" are better than others just begs the question. Either
a prediction comes true or it doesn't, and if two different psychics are consulting two different "powers," and only one
gets it right, doesn't that call the entire idea into question? If these paranormal powers are so fallible, why use them
at all? We can get bad advice right here on Earth, and it's usually free.
* Accurate psychic predictions would have serious implications for individual liberty, responsibility, and free will. If
psychics can tap into powers and see the future, that means that our future is predetermined. Our paths in life would
then apparently be already set, yet for the price of a palm reading, we can get a glimpse of our roadmaps.

I suspect that many people who believe in precognition aren't aware that if they are right, they have answered one of
the fundamental questions in philosophy, that of free will versus determinism. Most people would prefer to believe
that they control their own actions and make their own decisions in life; but anyone's ability to know the future would
prove them wrong. Our society presumes that people have free will and assigns individual responsibility to each
person accordingly. But there can be no responsibility in a world in which we are all essentially puppets going through
scripted roles. Perhaps if psychic powers were proven real, criminals would be able to avoid penalties for their crimes.
After all, society shouldn't punish people for crimes they had no choice but to commit. If Hitler and Pol Pot were
simply following their predetermined paths and could do nothing but commit genocide, surely they are not to blame
for the vicious roles given them.
Some psychics, astrologers, and fortunetellers try to get around the free will problem by claiming that their powers
show only a possible future, that individual free will does exist and can alter the future. But what good is that?
Presumably the whole point of tapping into a higher power is to avoid the uncertainty that muddles predictions in our
world. One doesn't need to consult a psychic or astrologer to come up with a limp "possible" future of what might
happen; anyone can do that. Most people want to know what will happen, and to them the psychic's disclaimers
should ring hollow.
A Question of Evidence
What constitutes evidence for or against a claim varies greatly between individuals. Skeptics generally require a
higher standard of evidence to believe claims than the average person, while believers and New Agers may rely
heavily on "intuition," "feelings," "vibes," and so on to guide them.
Presumably, people who accept paranormal explanations for phenomena they find mysterious don't apply the same
criterion to other facets of their lives. Say, for example, a psychic or astrologer had car trouble and took her vehicle to
a mechanic.
Do you suppose she would accept an explanation such as, "Well, the car's fine, just that the energies aren't balanced,"
or "The stars just aren't right--try it again when Mars is out of Leo"?
More likely, the psychic or astrologer would demand a concrete, real-world, mechanistic explanation for why her car
won't work, such as that the spark plugs are shot or the alternator isn't charging. She knows that in the real world,
paranormal influences are not a realistic factor. Yet the mystical energies (and "information" from those energies) by
which psychics and astrologers make their livings are apparently valid enough to "sell" to other people through
readings and consultations.
To avoid what psychologists call cognitive dissonance, the uneasiness of knowingly holding two contradictory and
mutually exclusive beliefs, people adopt a separate frame of mind and references for different parts of their lives. In
this way, for example, a lawyer who deals with logical arguments all day at work can come home, read his astrological
chart and call his "psychic friend." To him, the vastly different standards of evidence he uses at work and home don't
contradict each other, because work and personal life are two separate spheres.
ESP and the Law
When the paranormal and real worlds collide, the sparks can frequently be seen most brightly in the judicial system.
The polar opposites of the two worlds make the clashes all the more stark. In the courtroom evidence is key; in the
seance room evidence is sparse and subjugated to emotional testimonials.
On the whole, the paranormal hasn't fared well in the courtroom (though pseudoscience has made inroads, such as
the false memory hysteria of the 1980s, with its falsely-convicted day-care workers and shattered lives). In an

infamous 1986 case, Judith Haimes, a proclaimed psychic, sued her doctor and a hospital, alleging that she suffered
an allergic reaction from a dye used in a 1976 CAT scan and lost her psychic powers. A jury awarded her $986,000;
the judge later set aside the award and the case lingered until February 1991, when it was finally dismissed on
Despite repeated claims that psychics routinely help police solve crimes, the fact is that whatever accuracy they may
appear to have is attributable to such factors as simple guessing, retrofitting (making many general predictions, and,
when the crime is solved, pointing out the small minority that were correct or could be interpreted as having been
correct), or simply gleaning information from news reports and police officers. Psychics frequently waste valuable
police time and resources investigating dead ends and accusing innocent suspects.
The courts, with their emphasis on rationality and logic, don't put much stock in psychic claims, and why should they?
If they take a dim view of defendants who claim to hear voices in their heads (e.g., "Son of Sam" David Berkowitz),
why would it be any different for those claiming to see visions or read other people's minds? Who would want to have
aura readers, fortunetellers, and psychics assuring judges and juries that their "feelings" and "visions" say that a
defendant is guilty? America already went through several periods of witch hunts; surely we need no more.
Perhaps police and psychics come in contact with each other most frequently when the former are arresting the latter
for fraud. Courts can and do prosecute such scam artists, and hundreds of fortunetellers and psychics have been
arrested on fraud charges, usually after bilking clients out of tens (or even hundreds) of thousands of dollars.
Some people find the paranormal enticing and reassuring, with its promises of hidden powers and mystical energies.
But psychic powers, if they were real, would raise serious ethical questions regarding individuality, privacy, freedom,
and free will. The fact that we do have individuality and privacy strongly implies that the paranormal realm doesn't
exist. For my part, I'm happier with free will and without psychics being able to know my thoughts and future. The
further apart the worlds remain the better off we all are.
Benjamin Radford is a writer and Managing Editor of the SKEPTICAL INQUIRER.
COPYRIGHT 2000 Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal
COPYRIGHT 2000 Gale Group

TV References
Discovery Channel 19. Science Mysteries: Beyond the Truth: The Real Men in Black, Dandelion /
Transmedia Corporation, 1998. Executive Producers. Bruce Burgess, Danny Fenton, U.K.
Content - Mind Control Experiments (eg. MKULTRA) and Manchurian candidates (programmed killers).
Experiment examples include brainwashing, hypnosis, implants, neurophone voices and more.
Actual targets include 'fall guys' Lee Harvey Oswald and Sirhan Sirhan and programmed killers John
Chapman and Timothy McVeigh.

"Beyond Treason" - www.truthemergency.us/pages/dcworkshops.html

Content - A 90 min. video highlighting government experiments on the military and civilian

Others include cryptic reference to mind control or 'voices' in fictional programs e.g. "The 4400',
"Heroes', "Hermans Head" etc.

Book References
"Non-Lethal Weapons", Dick Russell, Prevailing Winds, Premiere Issue. (March 1995)
"Armageddon: Killing Them Softly", Russell Shorto, GQ. (March 1995)
"Damage Control and Human Radiation Experiments", Glenn Alcalay, Covert Action Quarterly. (Spring
"Electromagnetic Interaction with Biological Systems", Professor James C. Lin, Plenum Press, N.Y.
"Angels Don't Play This HAARP", Dr Nick Begich and Jeanne Manning, Earthpulse Press, (Anchorage
1995). (Includes numerous patents)
"Earth Rising. The Revolution", Dr Nick Begich, James Roderick, Earth Pulse Press Inc. 1999.
"Towards a new alchemy - The Millennium Science" Dr Nick Begich. Earth Pulse Press (Anchorage
Alaska 95)

"A Nation Betrayed", Carol Rutz. See www.wanttoknow.info/nationbetrayed10pg

"Bluebird", Dr Colin Ross. See www.wanttoknow.info/bluebird10pg

"Remote Control, The battle for your mind", Steve Lynch, 2006, VERTEX PUBLICATIONS

"The Media Mafia", Paul Baird, "Hard Evidence" magazine, Vol 1, May-June 2001, pp34-35 (See
"Surveillance Results")
"Microwave Mind Control: Modern torture and control mechanisms eliminating human rights and
privacy", Dr Rauni, Leena Kilde, M.D, Spekula, Sept 25, '99 (Dr Kilde was the chief medical officer for
Finland) Click here to read the article
"Microchip Implants, Mind Control and Cybernetics", Dr Rauni Kilde M.D, Spekula, 3rd quarter,
October 23, '94 Click here to read the article
"Non-consensual brainwave and personality studies by the U.S government", Cheryl Welsh, Web Site
"Proof of Anti Personnel Technologies - Illegal experimentation on humans", Paul Baird, Exposure, pp
34-35, vol 5, no. 4, 1998. (See "Technologies")
"High Tech Civilian Control Studies", Warren Hough, The Spotlight, Washington, page 1, vol 21, no.
31. (July 31st, 1995)
"Schneidas Hears Voices", Brad Clifton, The Daily Telegraph, Sydney. (Feb 25th, 1997) ... discrediting
"Jana's Fanatic", Naomi Toy, The Daily Telegraph, Sydney. (May 20th, 1997) page 1. ... discrediting
"Secret Weaponry - Past Present and Future", Jerry W. Decker, (Director of Vanguard Sciences. Tel:
214 924-8741), Exposure, vol.4, no.1, 1997 (pp29-32)
Newsfront - "Wonder Weapons", Douglas Pasternak, Melbourne, Sunday Herald Sun, (July 20th, 1997)
pp56-57. US news and world report.
"Nazis of the New World Order, Big Brother in the 21st Century" Paul Baird, Exposure, pp32-34, Vol 7,
No 2, 2000 (See "Surveillance")
"Mind Wars - Big Brother is out to get you", Tim Rifat, Enigma Magazine, UK ISSUE 6, 1998, pp13-16
(Contact Tel: 44 161 624 0414, FAX 44 161 628 4655).
"The Great Conspiracy", The News Monitor, no. 25, vol. 6/5, Part 1.
"Aerial Mind Control - The threat to Civil Liberties", Judy Wall (Editor "Resonance"), NEXUS, Oct-Nov
"U.S Military use of mind control weapons confirmed", Judy Wall, Editor Resonance (Includes
countless patents on subliminal mind control technologies).

"Review of patents relating to synthetic telepathy", Judy Wall, Ed Resonance.

"The Military use of electromagnetic, microwave and mind control technology". Armen Victorian,
Lobster #34, Hull, UK.
"Social Engineering-Crimes against humanity" P.Baird "Hard Evidence" pp 25-32, Vol 2, No 1, Jan-Feb
2001. (See "Surveillance")
"Synthetic Telepathy" - Dr Richard Alan Miller
"Crimes of the Ruling Class" - P. Baird "Hard Evidence" Vol 2, No 4, June 2002 p 30-39 (see
'Surveillance Results' section).
"The Sons of Satan" - P. Baird "Hard Evidence" Vol. 4 No. 1 Jan-Feb 2004 pages 18-25 (see the
Technologies section)
"Brainwashing and it's Consequences", P.Baird, "HARD EVIDENCE", pp 20-31, Vol 4, No 5, Sept-Oct,
2004. (see the Technologies section)
"Remote Behavioural Influence Technology Evidence" John J McMurtrey, M.S. ( 2003, 23/12/2003)
"Electromagnetic and Informational Weapons : The Remote Manipulation of the Human Brain" Mojmir
Babacek, "New Dawn", Mar-Apr 2005 pp 51-56
"The Ultimate Blasphemy : Mind Reading Technologies etc", Paul Baird, May 2005 (see "Using
Surveillance Results" page) "Hard Evidence", Vol 5, No 3, 4,5 and 6 July - Sept 2005

"Minority Rules", Paul Baird. "Hard Evidence" Vol 6, No 4, pp 29-33, 2006.

"Computer State ", Paul Baird. "Hard Evidence" Vol 6, No 5, pp 44-51 (see "Using Surveillance
Results" page)

"Censoring The Truth (RIP Democracy)", Paul Baird. "Hard Evidence" Vol 7, No 4, July 2007 pp 46-55
(see "Surveillance" page)

NOTE: Whilst articles on the available technology can be located, accounts relating to actual political
targets are rare. The media cannot (or will not) run sympathetic items. They only publish stories
discrediting those who react badly, (or foolishly) to the harassment. In short, certain sections of the media
are both knowledgable AND complicit. Others are apparently powerless to stop them.

Mainstream Media / Entertainment

NOTE: References are subtle and ambiguous as the industry is criminally controlled with many actively
participating in harassment & cover ups.

Many writers source information from military and agency contacts then cover themselves by using it only
for 'inspiration'; altering the facts/context. So, for example, the true capabilities of military/spy/mafia
technologies may be attributed to 'psychic aliens'. Equally the true mistreatment of innocent targets is
also hidden. This complies with government secrecy provisions and makes writers and entertainments
partially to blame for the suppression/brainwashing that allows for innocents to be destroyed without a
public outcry.

"Minority Report" - Mind reading and thought policing ( Cover -> the story refers to psychics in a
futuristic setting).
"The Matrix" - Computer / Human interfacing ( Cover -> A futuristic / fantasy tale).

"Conspiracy Theory" - Covert victimisation of innocent people.

"Enemy Of The State" - NRO & NSA Satellite Surveillance.
"A Beautiful Mind" - Neurophone Harassment / Setup ( Cover -> Based on a true story where
schizophrenia was the explanation).
"The Hothman Prophecies" - Neurophone & Brain scanning experiments ( Cover -> Based on a true
story... Labelled as a psychic phenomena).
"The sixth day" - mind reading and cloning (cover sci fi)
Replicant" - mind reading, programming/experimentation, cloning (cover - sci fi)
"Vanilla Sky" - Computer / Human interfacing (cover - sci fi)
"Independence Day" - Neurophones and government conspiracy (cover - psychic 'alien invasion' story)
"Spiderman I" - Neurophones used on killers (cover - a schizophrenic comic book villian)
"Star Wars" (various) - Non verbal communication (cover - psychic aliens)

"The Truman Show" - Personal surveillance

"Stranger Than Fiction" - Neurophone / voices

" I DON'T LIKE MONDAYS" ...esp. "Silicon chip inside her head is switched to overload..." ( Cover ->
Based on a true story of a young murderer.)
"FEEL" esp "I sit and talk to God but he just laughs at my plans. My head speaks a language I can't

"GOODBYE NORMA JEAN / ENGLISH ROSE" ...esp. "..And they whispered into your brain, they put
you on a treadmill..." ( Cover -> Based on the true stories of murdered celebrities Marilyn Munroe &
Lady Di).
"THE VOICE WITHIN" - Christina Aguilera
"GLORIA" esp..or "the voices in your head" (Cover-the colloquial use of that phrase)
"HOTEL CALIFORNIA" esp. "and those voices from far away keep calling me wake you up in the
middle of the night just to hear them say"
Others making cryptic references include : " If you could read my mind ", " Every breath you take ( I'll
be watching you )" , " Cant get you out of my head " etc. Any of these can also be used to harass
monitored listeners / Viewers through corrupt djs.

Related Websites
Citizens Against the Covert use of Bio Neural Telemetry Weapons
Dr. Rauni Kilde
Cheryl Welsh - Citizens Against Human Rights Abuse
Cheryl Welsh - Mind Control Forum
Mind Control: Neurophone
Illegal Human Experimenting
ACHES - Advocacy Committee for Human Experimentation Survivors
The Centre for Democracy and Technology
The Seed: UK Alternative Information
International Committee of the Red Cross
Steve Bratcher Former CIA
Joe Vialls
Earth Pulse Press Inc.
Mind Control Forums
mkzine (mind control magazine)
Carol Rutz (author of "A nation betrayed: Secret cold war experiments performed on our children and
other innocent people")
MKULTRA CIA mind control
MKULTRA continues

CAMS, John Allman http://www.slavery.org.uk

Other Contacts
Mark Andrews / Jeff Sundin / Graham Cane / Susie Ball
Special Intelligence
Australian Federal Police
Tel: (02) 6256 7777
Christopher Woods / Ian Sinclair/ Rob Lawson AFP, Sydney
P.S.I. Tel: (02) 9286 4000
Armen Victorian,
P.O. Box 99, Westport District Office,
Nottingham, NG8, 3NT, UK
Mr H. Girard,
"International Committee for a Convention on Human Experimentation"
"International Committee on Offensive Microwave Weapons"
P.O. Box 58700, Philadelphia, PA 19102-8700
Tel: 1 (215) 893-9505
Mr S. Treselyan,
P.O. Box 189, Kingaroy, Australia, 4610
Tel: 61 (071) 645 917
Mr D. Summers,
Editor, "Exposure",
P.O. Box 118, Noosa Heads, Australia, 4567
Tel: 61 (07) 5485 2966
Mr G. Muirden,
Sec. "Australian Civil Liberties Union",
Flat 8/12 York St., St. Kilda West, Victoria, Australia, 3182
Tel: 61 (03) 9534-1314
Mr S. Nesbitt,
NASA Inspector General's Office - Investigations
Tel: 1 (202) 358-1233 Fax: 1 (202) 358-2999
Mr S. Davies (Pres.)/Mr D. Baniser,
"Privacy International",
Suite 301, Epic 666, Pennsylvania Ave., S.E. Washington D.C., 2003

Tel: 1 (202) 544-9240

Nadine Strossen,
Pres., American Civil Liberties Union Foundation
125 Broad Street, New York, NY, 10004-2400
Tel: 1 (212) 549-2680
Brian Clark, Tim Rifat, "Enigma Magazine", Newstand Publications, Office Block 1, Southlink Business
Park, Southlink, Oldham OL41OE, UK
Tel: 44 (161) 624-0414
Fax: 44 (161) 628-4655
Glenn Krawczyk
Beyond Productions
109 Reserve Road
Artarmon, NSW, Australia, 2064
Tel: 61 2 9437 2000
Dr Patrick Flanagan
Flanagan Technologies
1109 S. Plaza Way, Suite 399
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Tel: (W) 6 (02) 392 2052
Tel: (H) 6 (02) 547 6985
The Director, UNIDIR, The UN Institute for Disarmament Research unidir@unorg.ch
Dr Rauni Kilde, Ex chief medical officer - Finland-kildemd@aol.com (or via Eleanor White
Dominique Loye, The International committee of the Red Cross, Geneva. Tel - 02 2734 6001 Fax - 02
2733 2057
John McGuiness, CAPP, Campaign Against Political Psychiatry (Church of Scientology) 61 2 9264 5893
Chris Woods, AFP, SYDNEY 61 2 9286 4000
Diane Harrison, Editor, Hard Evidence magazine
Judy Wall, Editor, "Resonance", 684 CR535 Sumterville, Florida, 33585, U.S.A.
The European Parliament
CAMS (Christians Against Mental Slavery) info@slavery.org.uk John Allman.
CHERYL WELSH, MIND JUSTICE (formally CAHRA) welsh@mindjustice.org or welsh@dcn.davis.ca.us
TED L GUNDERSON, FBI, SENIOR SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE (retired) tedgunderson1@yahoo.com,
310364 2280, PO Box 1800.259 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, 89114, U.S.A
THE GENEVA FORUM - See www.geneva-forum.org
CONTACT - ROBIN POULTON, UNIDIR rpoulton@attbi.com or
PATRICIA LEWIS, DIR, UNIDIR, plewis@unorg.ch


LYNN SURGALLO, Peace / H.R. Activist and former Vice President US Psychotronics Association,

KEN LEE, Petitioner / Activist, kenjune@dnet.net