Now Project Pandora, as the Washington Post article mentions, was an investigation into the use of microwaves to influence human behavior. That is solid, real, and scientific. The document above describes, for example, experiments with monkeys trained to work on tasks and then subjected to performance-degradation due to intentional microwave exposure. It describe studies of sailors exposed to microwaves. It includes results related to the effects of microwaves on EEGs and on heart rates in rabbits. Then guess what follows, in the Project Pandora Operational Procedure document?
What follows is a full-blown Majestic-12/Roswell UFO disinformation story. Yes, this “serious” government FOIA document discusses the supposed finding of space-alien bodies at Roswell. Really. The pages have written on them that they cannot be authenticated as an official government document, but what are they doing there in the first place? They do not have any relevance to microwave research, and the time period is not even the same.
It is curious to note what comes right *after* the Roswell space-alien part of the Pandora document: the transfer of the Pandora Project to the US Army in 1970, and 1977 Congressional inquiry letters into whether Pandora research included areas of “what is popularly known as ‘mind control.’” This clumsy use of Roswell space-alien disinformation is almost breathtaking for its brazenness. One statement that does appear in the Operational Procedure document is the following (from the minutes of a meeting in 1970):
2. Definitive research in this area will also require work with human subjects, and ethical procedures for working with humans may conflict with security needs.
As one final note on alien abductions, I should point out that some of the people claiming to be alien abductees could actually be mind control victims, either purposely deceived with psyops exploiting (and/or inculcating) that belief system or else people who simply misperceived what really happened to them.
Following the comparison of TIs with alien abductees, the Post article proceeds to quote professional psychiatrists. The professional psychiatrists, as expected, assume a priori that all TIs are delusional and therefore are sick and in need of care. This is not a scientific attitude, but then again psychiatry has major components which are strictly political rather than scientific. Since the technology undeniably exists, and since documented mind control operations and mind control experimentation victims undeniably exist, logic demands that at least the *possibility* of exogenous harassment should be considered in any given case. Indeed, people subjected to severe harassment can suffer severe psychological *consequences* — just like PTSD victims and victims of physical torture — but these are the effects (sequelae) of actual harassment. What the DSM manual unscientifically (they admit as much in the DSM) classifies as “schizophrenia” is really a cluster of cases with roughly similar symptoms. It is actually made up of several distinct sub-clusters, corresponding to different causes. One such sub-cluster includes people who truly have been harassed and persecuted — often by people who know quite well what the DSM labels as mental illness.
Of course it is not politically acceptable to admit that people — citizens — truly are harassed and persecuted in the United States. To admit that would require some action to stop it, and would focus attention on the perpetrators of such abuses. But then again, psychiatrists have participated in all of the historically documented mind control programs. And not just any psychiatrists, but the leading psychiatrists of their day. As a profession, psychiatry is in deep denial about its complicity with these abuses. As a profession (a supposed “healing” profession) it will not face up to even its documented involvement in mind control research. It will not acknowledge the documented victims of such programs and try to heal the damage that it helped to inflict on them. So, in this case, the profession of psychiatry has a serious conflict of interest.
In ending this commentary, I would like to again thank Ms. Weinberger for her relatively fair article on the TIs and their plight. I hope that the article will spur serious investigations into the allegations of TIs and will help lead to greatly increased oversight of the black-budget, special access programs where such technologies and techniques are being developed and researched.
Sharon posted my article on Mind Machine Interfacing including a former partner of mine who had a helmet on his head at Canada's top secret research facility in the 60s and sent a man into a coma in an instant.
Ignorance is not so blissful for the ignorant, though ignorance may be bliss.
Other than Trespas who seems a candidate for the Looney Bin (and I did not watch the vid) I saw nothing causative of violence - without the brain recognition intervening. Hypnosis and mind control work well together and will enable any command to be acted upon when people are naïve enough to go to war for religion or nations.
To not know how your thoughts are created is the ultimate mind fuck - and any method that could work has been tried for millennia.
Archimedes (in Arcadia - a most important center where the House of David or Merovingians took their friends the Benjaminites to safety in one of the eras when the Judeans were fed up with taxes and money grubbing overlords) developed lenses and the use of light which had value in warfare.
I know strobe lights can cause discombobulation but I do not think it has much use other than in sleep deprivation or in combination with other methods of interrogation. MK Ultra has other goals more in line with what religion does including creating visions and hallucinations - such as what people think are demons. Not to suggest there are not energies of a limited conscious potential in the ether to begin with - or transitory souls. Suggestibility and triggers to hypnotize might include a certain amount of light such as you see in the spinning wheel with the circular design - but it is the design doing the triggering and far lesser images or icons achieve the same thing - including blackboards and pulpits or rostroms (symbols of authority - see NLP and memetics). Cymatics uses light in conjunction with sound to heal and any energy tuned to specific brainwavelengths has the potential to be abused or used for good.
The crowd control bombardment with sound (S Quad - see Sharon Weinberger and David Guyatt - I posted here) has been very effective at Ruby Ridge, Waco and in the Iraq War.
The use of light in growing things in science is a good thing and wateracre farming can generate 24 hour growth by shining light under the leaves during the usual darkness. This was something my father told me about in the 1950s and it was shortly thereafter worked with and developed in Georgetown near Toronto.