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    Weaponization of Sound & Electromagnetics - New Phoenix Program - TI's - Mind Games

    George just did an excellent program this past week with Nick Begich on the subject of Mind Control....I suggest this as some 'to do" listening for those interested in this topic.

    While browsing, I found this article...now Harlan Girard and the Topic of TI's just may make a good guest/subject for Coast.

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    Mind Games

    New on the Internet: a community of people who believe the government is beaming voices into their minds. They may be crazy, but the Pentagon has pursued a weapon that can do just that.

    By Sharon Weinberger
    Sunday, January 14, 2007; W22

    IF HARLAN GIRARD IS CRAZY, HE DOESN'T ACT THE PART. He is standing just where he said he would be, below the Philadelphia train station's World War II memorial -- a soaring statue of a winged angel embracing a fallen combatant, as if lifting him to heaven. Girard is wearing pressed khaki pants, expensive-looking leather loafers and a crisp blue button-down. He looks like a local businessman dressed for a casual Friday -- a local businessman with a wickedly dark sense of humor, which had become apparent when he said to look for him beneath "the angel sodomizing a dead soldier." At 70, he appears robust and healthy -- not the slightest bit disheveled or unusual-looking. He is also carrying a bag.

    Girard's description of himself is matter-of-fact, until he explains what's in the bag: documents he believes prove that the government is attempting to control his mind. He carries that black, weathered bag everywhere he goes. "Every time I go out, I'm prepared to come home and find everything is stolen," he says.

    The bag aside, Girard appears intelligent and coherent. At a table in front of Dunkin' Donuts inside the train station, Girard opens the bag and pulls out a thick stack of documents, carefully labeled and sorted with yellow sticky notes bearing neat block print. The documents are an authentic-looking mix of news stories, articles culled from military journals and even some declassified national security documents that do seem to show that the U.S. government has attempted to develop weapons that send voices into people's heads.

    "It's undeniable that the technology exists," Girard says, "but if you go to the police and say, 'I'm hearing voices,' they're going to lock you up for psychiatric evaluation."

    The thing that's missing from his bag -- the lack of which makes it hard to prove he isn't crazy -- is even a single document that would buttress the implausible notion that the government is currently targeting a large group of American citizens with mind-control technology. The only direct evidence for that, Girard admits, lies with alleged victims such as himself.

    And of those, there are many.

    IT'S 9:01 P.M. WHEN THE FIRST PERSON SPEAKS during the Saturday conference call.

    Unsure whether anyone else is on the line yet, the female caller throws out the first question: "You got gang stalking or V2K?" she asks no one in particular.

    There's a short, uncomfortable pause.

    "V2K, really bad. 24-7," a man replies.

    "Gang stalking," another woman says.

    "Oh, yeah, join the club," yet another man replies.

    The members of this confessional "club" are not your usual victims. This isn't a group for alcoholics, drug addicts or survivors of childhood abuse; the people connecting on the call are self-described victims of mind control -- people who believe they have been targeted by a secret government program that tracks them around the clock, using technology to probe and control their minds.

    The callers frequently refer to themselves as TIs, which is short for Targeted Individuals, and talk about V2K -- the official military abbreviation stands for "voice to skull" and denotes weapons that beam voices or sounds into the head. In their esoteric lexicon, "gang stalking" refers to the belief that they are being followed and harassed: by neighbors, strangers or colleagues who are agents for the government.

    A few more "hellos" are exchanged, interrupted by beeps signaling late arrivals: Bill from Columbus, Barbara from Philadelphia, Jim from California and a dozen or so others.

    Derrick Robinson, the conference call moderator, calls order.

    "It's five after 9," says Robinson, with the sweetly reasonable intonation of a late-night radio host. "Maybe we should go ahead and start."

    THE IDEA OF A GROUP OF PEOPLE CONVINCED THEY ARE TARGETED BY WEAPONS that can invade their minds has become a cultural joke, shorthanded by the image of solitary lunatics wearing tinfoil hats to deflect invisible mind beams. "Tinfoil hat," says Wikipedia, has become "a popular stereotype and term of derision; the phrase serves as a byword for paranoia and is associated with conspiracy theorists."

    In 2005, a group of MIT students conducted a formal study using aluminum foil and radio signals. Their surprising finding: Tinfoil hats may actually amplify radio frequency signals. Of course, the tech students meant the study as a joke.

    But during the Saturday conference call, the subject of aluminum foil is deadly serious. The MIT study had prompted renewed debate; while a few TIs realized it was a joke at their expense, some saw the findings as an explanation for why tinfoil didn't seem to stop the voices. Others vouched for the material.

    "Tinfoil helps tremendously," reports one conference call participant, who describes wrapping it around her body underneath her clothing.

    "Where do you put the tinfoil?" a man asks.

    "Anywhere, everywhere," she replies. "I even put it in a hat."

    A TI in an online mind-control forum recommends a Web site called "Block EMF" (as in electromagnetic frequencies), which advertises a full line of clothing, including aluminum-lined boxer shorts described as a "sheer, comfortable undergarment you can wear over your regular one to shield yourself from power lines and computer electric fields, and microwave, radar, and TV radiation." Similarly, a tinfoil hat disguised as a regular baseball cap is "smart and subtle."

    For all the scorn, the ranks of victims -- or people who believe they are victims -- are speaking up. In the course of the evening, there are as many as 40 clicks from people joining the call, and much larger numbers participate in the online forum, which has 143 members. A note there mentioning interest from a journalist prompted more than 200 e-mail responses.

    Until recently, people who believe the government is beaming voices into their heads would have added social isolation to their catalogue of woes. But now, many have discovered hundreds, possibly thousands, of others just like them all over the world. Web sites dedicated to electronic harassment and gang stalking have popped up in India, China, Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Russia and elsewhere. Victims have begun to host support meetings in major cities, including Washington. Favorite topics at the meetings include lessons on how to build shields (the proverbial tinfoil hats), media and PR training, and possible legal strategies for outlawing mind control.

    The biggest hurdle for TIs is getting people to take their concerns seriously. A proposal made in 2001 by Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) to ban "psychotronic weapons" (another common term for mind-control technology) was hailed by TIs as a great step forward. But the bill was widely derided by bloggers and columnists and quickly dropped.

    Doug Gordon, Kucinich's spokesman, would not discuss mind control other than to say the proposal was part of broader legislation outlawing weapons in space. The bill was later reintroduced, minus the mind control. "It was not the concentration of the legislation, which is why it was tightened up and redrafted," was all Gordon would say.

    Unable to garner much support from their elected representatives, TIs have started their own PR campaign. And so, last spring, the Saturday conference calls centered on plans to hold a rally in Washington. A 2005 attempt at a rally drew a few dozen people and was ultimately rained out; the TIs were determined to make another go of it. Conversations focused around designing T-shirts, setting up congressional appointments, fundraising, creating a new Web site and formalizing a slogan. After some debate over whether to focus on gang stalking or mind control, the group came up with a compromise slogan that covered both: "Freedom From Covert Surveillance and Electronic Harassment."

    Conference call moderator Robinson, who says his gang stalking began when he worked at the National Security Agency in the 1980s, offers his assessment of the group's prospects: Maybe this rally wouldn't produce much press, but it's a first step. "I see this as a movement," he says. "We're picking up people all the time."

    HARLAN GIRARD SAYS HIS PROBLEMS BEGAN IN 1983, while he was a real estate developer in Los Angeles. The harassment was subtle at first: One day a woman pulled up in a car, wagged her finger at him, then sped away; he saw people running underneath his window at night; he noticed some of his neighbors seemed to be watching him; he heard someone moving in the crawl space under his apartment at night.

    Girard sought advice from this then-girlfriend, a practicing psychologist, whom he declines to identify. He says she told him, "Nobody can become psychotic in their late 40s." She said he didn't seem to manifest other symptoms of psychotic behavior -- he dressed well, paid his bills -- and, besides his claims of surveillance, which sounded paranoid, he behaved normally. "People who are psychotic are socially isolated," he recalls her saying.

    After a few months, Girard says, the harassment abruptly stopped. But the respite didn't last. In 1984, appropriately enough, things got seriously weird. He'd left his real estate career to return to school at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was studying for a master's degree in landscape architecture. He harbored dreams of designing parks and public spaces. Then, he says, he began to hear voices. Girard could distinguish several different male voices, which came complete with a mental image of how the voices were being generated: from a recording studio, with "four slops sitting around a card table drinking beer," he says.

    The voices were crass but also strangely courteous, addressing him as "Mr. Girard."

    They taunted him. They asked him if he thought he was normal; they suggested he was going crazy. They insulted his classmates: When an overweight student showed up for a field trip in a white raincoat, they said, "Hey, Mr. Girard, doesn't she look like a refrigerator?"

    Six months after the voices began, they had another question for him: "Mr. Girard, Mr. Girard. Why aren't you dead yet?" At first, he recalls, the voices would speak just two or three times a day, but it escalated into a near-constant cacophony, often accompanied by severe pain all over his body -- which Girard now attributes to directed-energy weapons that can shoot invisible beams.

    The voices even suggested how he could figure out what was happening to him. He says they told him to go to the electrical engineering department to "tell them you're writing science fiction and you don't want to write anything inconsistent with physical reality. Then tell them exactly what has happened."

    Girard went and got some rudimentary explanations of how technology could explain some of the things he was describing.

    "Finally, I said: 'Look, I must come to the point, because I need answers. This is happening to me; it's not science fiction.'" They laughed.

    He got the same response from friends, he says. "They regarded me as crazy, which is a humiliating experience."

    When asked why he didn't consult a doctor about the voices and the pain, he says, "I don't dare start talking to people because of the potential stigma of it all. I don't want to be treated differently. Here I was in Philadelphia. Something was going on, I don't know any doctors . . . I know somebody's doing something to me."

    It was a struggle to graduate, he says, but he was determined, and he persevered. In 1988, the same year he finished his degree, his father died, leaving Girard an inheritance large enough that he did not have to work.

    So, instead of becoming a landscape architect, Girard began a full-time investigation of what was happening to him, often traveling to Washington in pursuit of government documents relating to mind control. He put an ad in a magazine seeking other victims. Only a few people responded. But over the years, as he met more and more people like himself, he grew convinced that he was part of what he calls an "electronic concentration camp."

    What he was finding on his research trips also buttressed his belief: Girard learned that in the 1950s, the CIA had drugged unwitting victims with LSD as part of a rogue mind-control experiment called MK-ULTRA. He came across references to the CIA seeking to influence the mind with electromagnetic fields. Then he found references in an academic research book to work that military researchers at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research had done in the 1970s with pulsed microwaves to transmit words that a subject would hear in his head. Elsewhere, he came across references to attempts to use electromagnetic energy, sound waves or microwave beams to cause non-lethal pain to the body. For every symptom he experienced, he believed he found references to a weapon that could cause it.

    How much of the research Girard cites checks out?

    Concerns about microwaves and mind control date to the 1960s, when the U.S. government discovered that its embassy in Moscow was being bombarded by low-level electromagnetic radiation. In 1965, according to declassified Defense Department documents, the Pentagon, at the behest of the White House, launched Project Pandora, top-secret research to explore the behavioral and biological effects of low-level microwaves. For approximately four years, the Pentagon conducted secret research: zapping monkeys; exposing unwitting sailors to microwave radiation; and conducting a host of other unusual experiments (a sub-project of Project Pandora was titled Project Bizarre). The results were mixed, and the program was plagued by disagreements and scientific squabbles. The "Moscow signal," as it was called, was eventually attributed to eavesdropping, not mind control, and Pandora ended in 1970. And with it, the military's research into so-called non-thermal microwave effects seemed to die out, at least in the unclassified realm.

    But there are hints of ongoing research: An academic paper written for the Air Force in the mid-1990s mentions the idea of a weapon that would use sound waves to send words into a person's head. "The signal can be a 'message from God' that can warn the enemy of impending doom, or encourage the enemy to surrender," the author concluded.

    In 2002, the Air Force Research Laboratory patented precisely such a technology: using microwaves to send words into someone's head. That work is frequently cited on mind-control Web sites. Rich Garcia, a spokesman for the research laboratory's directed energy directorate, declined to discuss that patent or current or related research in the field, citing the lab's policy not to comment on its microwave work.

    In response to a Freedom of Information Act request filed for this article, the Air Force released unclassified documents surrounding that 2002 patent -- records that note that the patent was based on human experimentation in October 1994 at the Air Force lab, where scientists were able to transmit phrases into the heads of human subjects, albeit with marginal intelligibility. Research appeared to continue at least through 2002. Where this work has gone since is unclear -- the research laboratory, citing classification, refused to discuss it or release other materials.

    The official U.S. Air Force position is that there are no non-thermal effects of microwaves. Yet Dennis Bushnell, chief scientist at NASA's Langley Research Center, tagged microwave attacks against the human brain as part of future warfare in a 2001 presentation to the National Defense Industrial Association about "Future Strategic Issues."

    "That work is exceedingly sensitive" and unlikely to be reported in any unclassified documents, he says.

    Meanwhile, the military's use of weapons that employ electromagnetic radiation to create pain is well-known, as are some of the limitations of such weapons. In 2001, the Pentagon declassified one element of this research: the Active Denial System, a weapon that uses electromagnetic radiation to heat skin and create an intense burning sensation. So, yes, there is technology designed to beam painful invisible rays at humans, but the weapon seems to fall far short of what could account for many of the TIs' symptoms. While its exact range is classified, Doug Beason, an expert in directed-energy weapons, puts it at about 700 meters, and the beam cannot penetrate a number of materials, such as aluminum. Considering the size of the full-scale weapon, which resembles a satellite dish, and its operational limitations, the ability of the government or anyone else to shoot beams at hundreds of people -- on city streets, into their homes and while they travel in cars and planes -- is beyond improbable.

    But, given the history of America's clandestine research, it's reasonable to assume that if the defense establishment could develop mind-control or long-distance ray weapons, it almost certainly would. And, once developed, the possibility that they might be tested on innocent civilians could not be categorically dismissed.

    Girard, for his part, believes these weapons were not only developed but were also tested on him more than 20 years ago.

    What would the government gain by torturing him? Again, Girard found what he believed to be an explanation, or at least a precedent: During the Cold War, the government conducted radiation experiments on scores of unwitting victims, essentially using them as human guinea pigs. Girard came to believe that he, too, was a walking experiment.

    Not that Girard thinks his selection was totally random: He believes he was targeted because of a disparaging remark he made to a Republican fundraiser about George H.W. Bush in the early 1980s. Later, Girard says, the voices confirmed his suspicion.

    "One night I was going to bed; the usual drivel was going on," he says. "The constant stream of drivel. I was just about to go to bed, and a voice says: 'Mr. Girard, do you know who was in our studio with us? That was George Bush, vice president of the United States.'"

    GIRARD'S STORY, HOWEVER STRANGE, reflects what TIs around the world report: a chance encounter with a government agency or official, followed by surveillance and gang stalking, and then, in many cases, voices, and pain similar to electric shocks. Some in the community have taken it upon themselves to document as many cases as possible. One TI from California conducted about 50 interviews, narrowing the symptoms down to several major areas: "ringing in the ears," "manipulation of body parts," "hearing voices," "piercing sensation on skin," "sinus problems" and "sexual attacks." In fact, the TI continued, "many report the sensation of having their genitalia manipulated."

    Both male and female TIs report a variety of "attacks" to their sexual organs. "My testicles became so sore I could barely walk," Girard says of his early experiences. Others, however, report the attacks in the form of sexual stimulation, including one TI who claims he dropped out of the seminary after constant sexual stimulation by directed-energy weapons. Susan Sayler, a TI in San Diego, says many women among the TIs suffer from attacks to their sexual organs but are often embarrassed to talk about it with outsiders.

    "It's sporadic, you just never know when it will happen," she says. "A lot of the women say it's as soon as you lay down in bed -- that's when you would get hit the worst. It happened to me as I was driving, at odd times."

    What made her think it was an electronic attack and not just in her head? "There was no sexual attraction to a man when it would happen. That's what was wrong. It did not feel like a muscle spasm or whatever," she says. "It's so . . . electronic."

    Gloria Naylor, a renowned African American writer, seems to defy many of the stereotypes of someone who believes in mind control. A winner of the National Book Award, Naylor is best known for her acclaimed novel, The Women of Brewster Place, which described a group of women living in a poor urban neighborhood and was later made into a miniseries by Oprah Winfrey.

    But in 2005, she published a lesser-known work, 1996, a semi-autobiographical book describing her experience as a TI. "I didn't want to tell this story. It's going to take courage. Perhaps more courage than I possess, but they've left me no alternatives," Naylor writes at the beginning of her book. "I am in a battle for my mind. If I stop now, they'll have won, and I will lose myself." The book is coherent, if hard to believe. It's also marked by disturbing passages describing how Jewish American agents were responsible for Naylor's surveillance. "Of the many cars that kept coming and going down my road, most were driven by Jews," she writes in the book. When asked about that passage in a recent interview, she defended her logic: Being from New York, she claimed, she can recognize Jews.

    Naylor lives on a quiet street in Brooklyn in a majestic brownstone with an interior featuring intricate woodwork and tasteful decorations that attest to a successful literary career. She speaks about her situation calmly, occasionally laughing at her own predicament and her struggle with what she originally thought was mental illness. "I would observe myself," she explains. "I would lie in bed while the conversations were going on, and I'd ask: Maybe it is schizophrenia?"

    Like Girard, Naylor describes what she calls "street theater" -- incidents that might be dismissed by others as coincidental, but which Naylor believes were set up. She noticed suspicious cars driving by her isolated vacation home. On an airplane, fellow passengers mimicked her every movement -- like mimes on a street.

    Voices similar to those in Girard's case followed -- taunting voices cursing her, telling her she was stupid, that she couldn't write. Expletive-laced language filled her head. Naylor sought help from a psychiatrist and received a prescription for an antipsychotic drug. But the medication failed to stop the voices, she says, which only added to her conviction that the harassment was real.

    For almost four years, Naylor says, the voices prevented her from writing. In 2000, she says, around the time she discovered the mind-control forums, the voices stopped and the surveillance tapered off. It was then that she began writing 1996 as a "catharsis."

    Colleagues urged Naylor not to publish the book, saying she would destroy her reputation. But she did publish, albeit with a small publishing house. The book was generally ignored by critics but embraced by TIs.

    Naylor is not the first writer to describe such a personal descent. Evelyn Waugh, one of the great novelists of the 20th century, details similar experiences in The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold. Waugh's book, published in 1957, has eerie similarities to Naylor's.

    Embarking on a recuperative cruise, Pinfold begins to hear voices on the ship that he believes are part of a wireless system capable of broadcasting into his head; he believes the instigator recruited fellow passengers to act as operatives; and he describes "performances" put on by passengers directed at him yet meant to look innocuous to others.

    Waugh wrote his book several years after recovering from a similar episode and realizing that the voices and paranoia were the result of drug-induced hallucinations.

    Naylor, who hasn't written a book since 1996, is now back at work on an historical novel she hopes will return her to the literary mainstream. She remains convinced that she was targeted by mind control. The many echoes of her ordeal she sees on the mind-control forums reassure her she's not crazy, she says.

    Of course, some of the things she sees on the forum do strike her as crazy. "But who I am to say?" she says. "Maybe I sound crazy to somebody else."

    SOME TIS, SUCH AS ED MOORE, A YOUNG MEDICAL DOCTOR, take a slightly more skeptical approach. He criticizes what he calls the "wacky claims" of TIs who blame various government agencies or groups of people without any proof. "I have yet to see a claim of who is behind this that has any data to support it," he writes.

    Nonetheless, Moore still believes the voices in his head are the result of mind control and that the U.S. government is the most likely culprit. Moore started hearing voices in 2003, just as he completed his medical residency in anesthesiology; he was pulling an all-nighter studying for board exams when he heard voices coming from a nearby house commenting on him, on his abilities as a doctor, on his sanity. At first, he thought he was simply overhearing conversations through walls (much as Waugh's fictional alter ego first thought), but when no one else could hear the voices, he realized they were in his head. Moore went through a traumatic two years, including hospitalization for depression with auditory hallucinations.

    "One tries to convince friends and family that you are being electronically harassed with voices that only you can hear," he writes in an e-mail. "You learn to stop doing that. They don't believe you, and they become sad and concerned, and it amplifies your own depression when you have voices screaming at you and your friends and family looking at you as a helpless, sick, mentally unbalanced wreck."

    He says he grew frustrated with anti-psychotic medications meant to stop the voices, both because the treatments didn't work and because psychiatrists showed no interest in what the voices were telling him. He began to look for some other way to cope.

    "In March of 2005, I started looking up support groups on the Internet," he wrote. "My wife would cry when she would see these sites, knowing I still heard voices, but I did not know what else to do." In 2006, he says, his wife, who had stood by him for three years, filed for divorce.

    Moore, like other TIs, is cautious about sharing details of his life. He worries about looking foolish to friends and colleagues -- but he says that risk is ultimately worthwhile if he can bring attention to the issue.

    With his father's financial help, Moore is now studying for an electrical engineering degree at the University of Texas at San Antonio, hoping to prove that V2K, the technology to send voices into people's heads, is real. Being in school, around other people, helps him cope, he writes, but the voices continue to taunt him.

    Recently, he says, they told him: "We'll never stop [messing] with you."

    A WEEK BEFORE THE TIS RALLY ON THE NATIONAL MALL, John Alexander, one of the people whom Harlan Girard holds personally responsible for the voices in his head, is at a Chili's restaurant in Crystal City explaining over a Philly cheese steak and fries why the United States needs mind-control weapons.

    A former Green Beret who served in Vietnam, Alexander went on to a number of national security jobs, and rubbed shoulders with prominent military and political leaders. Long known for taking an interest in exotic weapons, his 1980 article, "The New Mental Battlefield," published in the Army journal Military Review, is cited by self-described victims as proof of his complicity in mind control. Now retired from the government and living in Las Vegas, Alexander continues to advise the military. He is in the Washington area that day for an official meeting.

    Beneath a shock of white hair is the mind of a self-styled military thinker. Alexander belongs to a particular set of Pentagon advisers who consider themselves defense intellectuals, focusing on big-picture issues, future threats and new capabilities. Alexander's career led him from work on sticky foam that would stop an enemy in his or her tracks to dalliances in paranormal studies and psychics, which he still defends as operationally useful.

    In an earlier phone conversation, Alexander said that in the 1990s, when he took part in briefings at the CIA, there was never any talk of "mind control, or mind-altering drugs or technologies, or anything like that."

    According to Alexander, the military and intelligence agencies were still scared by the excesses of MK-ULTRA, the infamous CIA program that involved, in part, slipping LSD to unsuspecting victims. "Until recently, anything that smacked of [mind control] was extremely dangerous" because Congress would simply take the money away, he said.

    Alexander acknowledged that "there were some abuses that took place," but added that, on the whole, "I would argue we threw the baby out with the bath water."

    But September 11, 2001, changed the mood in Washington, and some in the national security community are again expressing interest in mind control, particularly a younger generation of officials who weren't around for MK-ULTRA. "It's interesting, that it's coming back," Alexander observed.

    While Alexander scoffs at the notion that he is somehow part of an elaborate plot to control people's minds, he acknowledges support for learning how to tap into a potential enemy's brain. He gives as an example the possible use of functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI, for lie detection. "Brain mapping" with fMRI theoretically could allow interrogators to know when someone is lying by watching for activity in particular parts of the brain. For interrogating terrorists, fMRI could come in handy, Alexander suggests. But any conceivable use of the technique would fall far short of the kind of mind-reading TIs complain about.

    Alexander also is intrigued by the possibility of using electronic means to modify behavior. The dilemma of the war on terrorism, he notes, is that it never ends. So what do you do with enemies, such as those at Guantanamo: keep them there forever? That's impractical. Behavior modification could be an alternative, he says.

    "Maybe I can fix you, or electronically neuter you, so it's safe to release you into society, so you won't come back and kill me," Alexander says. It's only a matter of time before technology allows that scenario to come true, he continues. "We're now getting to where we can do that." He pauses for a moment to take a bite of his sandwich. "Where does that fall in the ethics spectrum? That's a really tough question."

    When Alexander encounters a query he doesn't want to answer, such as one about the ethics of mind control, he smiles and raises his hands level to his chest, as if balancing two imaginary weights. In one hand is mind control and the sanctity of free thought -- and in the other hand, a tad higher -- is the war on terrorism.

    But none of this has anything to do with the TIs, he says. "Just because things are secret, people tend to extrapolate. Common sense does not prevail, and even when you point out huge leaps in logic that just cannot be true, they are not dissuaded."

    WHAT IS IT THAT BRINGS SOMEONE, EVEN AN INTELLIGENT PERSON, to ascribe the experience of hearing disembodied voices to government weapons?

    In her book, Abducted, Harvard psychologist Susan Clancy examines a group that has striking parallels to the TIs: people who believe they've been kidnapped by aliens. The similarities are often uncanny: Would-be abductees describe strange pains, and feelings of being watched or targeted. And although the alleged abductees don't generally have auditory hallucinations, they do sometimes believe that their thoughts are controlled by aliens, or that they've been implanted with advanced technology.

    (On the online forum, some TIs posted vociferous objections to the parallel, concerned that the public finds UFOs even weirder than mind control. "It will keep us all marginalized and discredited," one griped.)

    Clancy argues that the main reason people believe they've been abducted by aliens is that it provides them with a compelling narrative to explain their perception that strange things have happened to them, such as marks on their bodies (marks others would simply dismiss as bruises), stimulation to their sexual organs (as the TIs describe) or feelings of paranoia. "It's not just an explanation for your problems; it's a source of meaning for your life," Clancy says.

    In the case of TIs, mind-control weapons are an explanation for the voices they hear in their head. Socrates heard a voice and thought it was a demon; Joan of Arc heard voices from God. As one TI noted in an e-mail: "Each person undergoing this harassment is looking for the solution to the problem. Each person analyzes it through his or her own particular spectrum of beliefs. If you are a scientific-minded person, then you will probably analyze the situation from that perspective and conclude it must be done with some kind of electronic devices. If you are a religious person, you will see it as a struggle between the elements of whatever religion you believe in. If you are maybe, perhaps more eccentric, you may think that it is alien in nature."

    Or, if you happen to live in the United States in the early 21st century, you may fear the growing power of the NSA, CIA and FBI.

    Being a victim of government surveillance is also, arguably, better than being insane. In Waugh's novella based on his own painful experience, when Pinfold concludes that hidden technology is being used to infiltrate his brain, he "felt nothing but gratitude in his discovery." Why? "He might be unpopular; he might be ridiculous; but he was not mad."

    Ralph Hoffman, a professor of psychiatry at Yale who has studied auditory hallucinations, regularly sees people who believe the voices are a part of government harassment (others believe they are God, dead relatives or even ex-girlfriends). Not all people who hear voices are schizophrenic, he says, noting that people can hear voices episodically in highly emotional states. What exactly causes these voices is still unknown, but one thing is certain: People who think the voices are caused by some external force are rarely dissuaded from their delusional belief, he says. "These are highly emotional and gripping experiences that are so compelling for them that ordinary reality seems bland."

    Perhaps because the experience is so vivid, he says, even some of those who improve through treatment merely decide the medical regimen somehow helped protect their brain from government weapons.

    Scott Temple, a professor of psychiatry at Penn State University who has been involved in two recent studies of auditory hallucinations, notes that those who suffer such hallucinations frequently lack insight into their illness. Even among those who do understand they are sick, "that awareness comes and goes," he says. "People feel overwhelmed, and the delusional interpretations return."

    BACK AT THE PHILADELPHIA TRAIN STATION, Girard seems more agitated. In a meeting the week before, his "handlers" had spoken to him only briefly -- they weren't in the right position to attack him, Girard surmises, based on the lack of voices. Today, his conversation jumps more rapidly from one subject to the next: victims of radiation experiments, his hatred of George H.W. Bush, MK-ULTRA, his personal experiences.

    Asked about his studies at Penn, he replies by talking about his problems with reading: "I told you, everything I write they dictate to me," he says, referring again to the voices. "When I read, they're reading to me. My eyes go across; they're moving my eyes down the line. They're reading it to me. When I close the book, I can't remember a thing I read. That's why they do it."

    The week before, Girard had pointed to only one person who appeared suspicious to him -- a young African American man reading a book; this time, however, he hears more voices, which leads him to believe the station is crawling with agents.

    "Let's change our location," Girard says after a while. "I'm sure they have 40 or 50 people in here today. I escaped their surveillance last time -- they won't let that happen again."

    Asked to explain the connection between mind control and the University of Pennsylvania, which Girard alleges is involved in the conspiracy, he begins to talk about defense contractors located near the Philadelphia campus: "General Electric was right next to the parking garage; General Electric Space Systems occupies a huge building right over there. From that building, you could see into the studio where I was doing my work most of the time. I asked somebody what they were doing there. You know, it had to do with computers. GE Space Systems. They were supposed to be tracking missile debris from this location . . . pardon me. What was your question again?"

    Yet many parts of Girard's life seem to reflect that of any affluent 70-year-old bachelor. He travels frequently to France for extended vacations and takes part in French cultural activities in Philadelphia. He has set up a travel scholarship at the Cleveland Institute of Art in the name of his late mother, who attended school there (he changed his last name 27 years ago for "personal reasons"), and he travels to meet the students who benefit from the fund. And while the bulk of his time is spent on his research and writing about mind control, he has other interests. He follows politics and describes outings with friends and family members with whom he doesn't talk about mind control, knowing they would view it skeptically.

    Girard acknowledges that some of his experiences mirror symptoms of schizophrenia, but asked if he ever worried that the voices might in fact be caused by mental illness, he answers sharply with one word: "No."

    How, then, does he know the voices are real?

    "How do you know you know anything?" Girard replies. "How do you know I exist? How do you know this isn't a dream you're having, from which you'll wake up in a few minutes? I suppose that analogy is the closest thing: You know when you have a dream. Sometimes it could be perfectly lucid, but you know it's a dream."

    The very "realness" of the voices is the issue -- how do you disbelieve something you perceive as real? That's precisely what Hoffman, the Yale psychiatrist, points out: So lucid are the voices that the sufferers -- regardless of their educational level or self-awareness -- are unable to see them as anything but real. "One thing I can assure you," Hoffman says, "is that for them, it feels real."

    IT LOOKS ALMOST LIKE ANY OTHER SMALL POLITICAL RALLY IN WASHINGTON. Posters adorn the gate on the southwest side of the Capitol Reflecting Pool, as attendees set up a table with press materials, while volunteers test a loudspeaker and set out coolers filled with bottled water. The sun is out, the weather is perfect, and an eclectic collection of people from across the country has gathered to protest mind control.

    There is not a tinfoil hat to be seen. Only the posters and paraphernalia hint at the unusual. "Stop USA electronic harassment," urges one poster. "Directed Energy Assaults," reads another. Smaller signs in the shape of tombstones say, "RIP MKULTRA." The main display, set in front of the speaker's lectern has a more extended message: "HELP STOP HI-TECH ASSAULT PSYCHOTRONIC TORTURE."

    About 35 TIs show up for the June rally, in addition to a few friends and family members. Speakers alternate between giving personal testimonials and descriptions of research into mind-control technology. Most of the gawkers at the rally are foreign tourists. A few hecklers snicker at the signs, but mostly people are either confused or indifferent. The articles on mind control at the table -- from mainstream news magazines -- go untouched.

    "How can you expect people to get worked up over this if they don't care about eavesdropping or eminent domain?" one man challenges after stopping to flip through the literature. Mary Ann Stratton, who is manning the table, merely shrugs and smiles sadly. There is no answer: Everyone at the rally acknowledges it is an uphill battle.

    In general, the outlook for TIs is not good; many lose their jobs, houses and family. Depression is common. But for many at the rally, experiencing the community of mind-control victims seems to help. One TI, a man who had been a rescue swimmer in the Coast Guard before voices in his head sent him on a downward spiral, expressed the solace he found among fellow TIs in a long e-mail to another TI: "I think that the only people that can help are people going through the same thing. Everyone else will not believe you, or they are possibly involved."

    In the end, though, nothing could help him enough. In August 2006, he would commit suicide.

    But at least for the day, the rally is boosting TI spirits. Girard, in what for him is an ebullient mood, takes the microphone. A small crowd of tourists gathers at the sidelines, listening with casual interest. With the Capitol looming behind him, he reaches the crescendo of his speech, rallying the attendees to remember an important thing: They are part of a single community.

    "I've heard it said, 'We can't get anywhere because everyone's story is different.' We are all the same," Girard booms. "You knew someone with the power to commit you to the electronic concentration camp system."

    Several weeks after the rally, Girard shows up for a meeting with a reporter at the stately Mayflower Hotel in Washington, where he has stayed frequently over the two decades he has traveled to the capital to battle mind control. He walks in with a lit cigarette, which he apologetically puts out after a hotel employee tells him smoking isn't allowed anymore. He is half an hour late -- delayed, he says, by a meeting on Capitol Hill. Wearing a monogrammed dress shirt and tie, he looks, as always, serious and professional.

    Girard declines to mention whom on Capitol Hill he'd met with, other than to say it was a congressional staffer. Embarrassment is likely a factor: Girard readily acknowledges that most people he meets with, ranging from scholars to politicians, ignore his entreaties or dismiss him as a lunatic.

    Lately, his focus is on his Web site, which he sees as the culmination of nearly a quarter-century of research. When completed, it will contain more than 300 pages of documents. What next? Maybe he'll move to France (there are victims there, too), or maybe the U.S. government will finally just kill him, he says.

    Meanwhile, he is always searching for absolute proof that the government has decoded the brain. His latest interest is LifeLog, a project once funded by the Pentagon that he read about in Wired News. The article described it this way: "The embryonic LifeLog program would dump everything an individual does into a giant database: every e-mail sent or received, every picture taken, every Web page surfed, every phone call made, every TV show watched, every magazine read. All of this -- and more -- would combine with information gleaned from a variety of sources: a GPS transmitter to keep tabs on where that person went, audiovisual sensors to capture what he or she sees or says, and biomedical monitors to keep track of the individual's health."

    Girard suggests that the government, using similar technology, has "catalogued" his life over the past two years -- every sight and sound (Evelyn Waugh, in his mind-control book, writes about his character's similar fear that his harassers were creating a file of his entire life).

    Girard thinks the government can control his movements, inject thoughts into his head, cause him pain day and night. He believes that he will die a victim of mind control.

    Is there any reason for optimism?

    Girard hesitates, then asks a rhetorical question.

    "Why, despite all this, why am I the same person? Why am I Harlan Girard?"

    For all his anguish, be it the result of mental illness or, as Girard contends, government mind control, the voices haven't managed to conquer the thing that makes him who he is: Call it his consciousness, his intellect or, perhaps, his soul.

    "That's what they don't yet have," he says. After 22 years, "I'm still me."

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    In the late '80s early '90s I was a member of a UFO investigation group. I built a bunch of equipment and hauled it around to various sites. One thing I built was a simple RF detector that had a wide input; it responded from about 29 MHz (CB band) to leakage from a microwave oven (this was before cell phones). One day I was walking around the house of the president of the group and the detector went crazy. Suspected bugs but could not find a source. Went outside, at about 10 feet from the house the RF stopped. Walked around the house, the RF stopped about 10 feet away in every direction. Of course, suspected a transmitter inside, told ___, he turned off the circuit breaker, the RF was still there. About the same signal strength everywhere in the house and to 10 feet outside; beyond that zero.

    I'm not giving the name of ____ because he became obsessed with beliefs about local government officials, was convicted of a serious crime and is now in a mental hospital. After he started the UFO group I always felt "weird" in his place and not because of the people there; I've always been open to unusual ideas. If anybody would be a Targeted Individual it would have been him; he repeatedly got "leaks" from "inside sources" which turned out to be that curious mixture of fact and fiction that I now recognize as deliberate disinformation. He never mentioned hearing voices but his actions soon after reminded me of those people who say "voices" tell them to do things.

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    Hi Alpha,

    Sitting here with a cup of coffee just after putting my guitar down from a couple of song ideas. I enjoy reading about this topic too as we both have noticed. I sent an e-mail to you, CB, and Project offering to help with building this deck so time will tell.

    I find myself wondering about self-definition when dealing with topics such as this. Lately I have been going with, "slightly hedonistic layperson with sorta esoteric spiritual interests" while at the same time figuring in the words abductee/experiencer. But besides all that... Just a plain old person.

    I still kinda think, as I mentioned in a past conversation, that the large topics of ancient mystery schools, UFO's, and mind control are all one big and ugly ball of wax.

    I have heard of people nobley petitioning the government as your posted article describes. But I feel like if I go on and on about this my psychiatric history would defeat such causes. Because Psychiatry does describe things like this pretty damn well especially when looking at the overlap between mysticism and psychotic disorders. Just random thoughts but would love to help here if nobody is not yet so far as moderating a deck or two is concerned!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastconundrum View Post
    In the late '80s early '90s I was a member of a UFO investigation group. I built a bunch of equipment and hauled it around to various sites. One thing I built was a simple RF detector that had a wide input; it responded from about 29 MHz (CB band) to leakage from a microwave oven (this was before cell phones). One day I was walking around the house of the president of the group and the detector went crazy. Suspected bugs but could not find a source. Went outside, at about 10 feet from the house the RF stopped. Walked around the house, the RF stopped about 10 feet away in every direction. Of course, suspected a transmitter inside, told ___, he turned off the circuit breaker, the RF was still there. About the same signal strength everywhere in the house and to 10 feet outside; beyond that zero.

    I'm not giving the name of ____ because he became obsessed with beliefs about local government officials, was convicted of a serious crime and is now in a mental hospital. After he started the UFO group I always felt "weird" in his place and not because of the people there; I've always been open to unusual ideas. If anybody would be a Targeted Individual it would have been him; he repeatedly got "leaks" from "inside sources" which turned out to be that curious mixture of fact and fiction that I now recognize as deliberate disinformation. He never mentioned hearing voices but his actions soon after reminded me of those people who say "voices" tell them to do things.
    Fascinating story lastconundrum.

    This sounds typical of what has been done to some to descredit them. Just look at William Cooper as one example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by williamstade View Post
    Hi Alpha,

    Sitting here with a cup of coffee just after putting my guitar down from a couple of song ideas. I enjoy reading about this topic too as we both have noticed. I sent an e-mail to you, CB, and Project offering to help with building this deck so time will tell.

    I find myself wondering about self-definition when dealing with topics such as this. Lately I have been going with, "slightly hedonistic layperson with sorta esoteric spiritual interests" while at the same time figuring in the words abductee/experiencer. But besides all that... Just a plain old person.

    I still kinda think, as I mentioned in a past conversation, that the large topics of ancient mystery schools, UFO's, and mind control are all one big and ugly ball of wax.

    I have heard of people nobly petitioning the government as your posted article describes. But I feel like if I go on and on about this my psychiatric history would defeat such causes. Because Psychiatry does describe things like this pretty damn well especially when looking at the overlap between mysticism and psychotic disorders. Just random thoughts but would love to help here if nobody is yet so far as moderating a deck or two is concerned!

    William
    My thoughts on what you write above William are likely well known.

    Psychiatry and psychology are relatively new science...there is more that we don't understand about the brain, spirituality than we do.

    If out brain is just a transmitter/receptor as some deem it to be, perhaps these folks with experiences labelled as "psychiatric disorders" are just folks whose transmitter/receptor perceives what most don't or tha the CPU of the receiver doesn't' recognize therefore it does not compute and goes in the trash bin without being noticed? Thank you for your offer for oversee this deck....P, CB and I thank you and your offer is accepted.

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    Here are some listeners recounts as submitted to the Coast site after Nick Begich's appearance on Coast this January:
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    In response to Tuesday's show on Mind Control as well as a recent article in the Washington Post, we asked targets of mind control or electronic harassment to share their experiences with us. Here are seven accounts:


    This is not about me, but about an acquaintance of mine and her case is the most bizarre of which I have ever heard. It all began about 20 years ago. She was a music teacher working in a music store and was disturbed by some rowdy children, whom she politely asked to leave the store. The children returned minutes later with parents in tow and they threatened the teacher, then left. For the next six weeks or so, the teacher and her family began to experience threatening symbols that seem more related to voodoo than anything else! Then the food they ate tasted strange. The last straw was when the teacher would-when thinking about some things-get a blast of painful heat which she described as "like being from an electronic cattle prod."

    At the suggestion of a local MUFON member, she purchased a Geiger counter and noted whether or not the counter showed any activity each time she was under attack. It DID and BIG TIME! She even got friends and neighbors to verify this! When she moved to Washington DC, she managed to get an FBI agent interested in it and for a few months it stopped altogether! He gave her some explanation that seemed to fit what was happening. But when the agent was out of the picture, the attacks continued.
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    I am a single, white female. I just turned 50 years old this past Nov. I have seen, heard and experienced things my entire life, which set me on my spiritual quest when I was 12 years old and I have never stopped this quest. I am very used to the extraordinary, which would send most people over the edge.. So when I started hearing voices in my head in the late 80's I knew this was something new. These voices were mostly male, sometimes soft but sometimes loud and booming, screaming at me, mainly because I would argue with them and refuse to do the things they ordered me to do. I was told that I had to write this stuff down and keep good notes because I had to write a book about it. I refused to do that because I feared it would be used against me to lock me up. People broke into my house, killed my pets, messed with my car brakes. I heard footsteps on the roof of my house, voices outside my windows late at night. In 1993-94, I worked at the County Courthouse for a District Attorney. Many times when I went to work I would be having a conversation and someone would quote me word for word, something I had said the night before at home. I am leaving a lot out. This went on for a good 5 years. I still hesitate to give details. It was insane even though I know I am not crazy.

    I am aware of the spiritual world around us, I am also aware of the government invasion that's going on. The voices stopped some 8 years ago and I'd like to believe it was my spiritual side that helped me because I told the "voices" that you can't have my mind so the only thing left would be to kill me (yes they tried) and if you kill me ....heard this!!! I will be free from my physical form and I will be coming after you...it stopped....but then again maybe it stopped because I wasn't much fun to play with. There's much, much more but I'll just close for now.
    --Sharon
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    It's not just negative influence on people, I spontaneously receive bursts of very inventive thinking skills. Something I've never known before I will all of a sudden know deeply detailed, and sometimes even obtain vivid schematics on how to construct various items, and subjected to possible advertisements in sleep for big company inventions. Such as a "dream state teleconference" where you are invited to participate in unveiling of products due out soon for public release for the first time. Press conferences, techshows, and even accidental military intelligence interception. A carrier signal relaying information to wireless source, gave off a "feedback" response to a human mind with some kind of noise. Electromagnetic noise. Some people obviously more sensitive to this accidental noise exposure. Kind of a "binaural-frequency" response in the mind. Its quite an experience for sure, and its definitely not a crazy person subject, or schizophrenia.

    When all good things come, bad things sure follow. Meaning that this subject in question is used for both positive influence of man, and negative destructive influence on specific groups of people. Whether it's a satellite in space, a radio transmission tower on the surface of earth, or even the impossible idea of a space ship, something is definitely able to migrate thoughts beyond the means of self influential monologue (your own inner thoughts). Now the real questions to be asking is, how to recreate the effect in a lab to determine its safety. Can it travel through walls? Upon exposure, is it instantaneous thought implementation, or does it tick like a clock until the alarm goes off. Does a whole room full of people get affected? Or are the results of exposure singular, based on age, health, race?

    Is this phenomena even electronic in nature? Perhaps a parasite, bacteria, or chemical response in a common supply of everyday used items such as sodas and soaps? Whatever the results may be, I am convinced I produce thoughts other than my own from a 3rd party, or a separate form of consciousness yet to be analyzed. Able to collectively receive information outside of the usual human means of input (eyes, ears). Not many people are willing to even speak of this subject. Crazy Crazy crazy.
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    This letter would get long winded if I went though all the things I've been targeted with. You can get a pretty good idea by searching Wikipedia's mkultra. This was going on 50 years ago, so even for the not-yet-targeted, it must be shocking to consider what they can do now. For the targeted it's mortifying. Really though, we're all victims first and second hand. There isn't some evil genius orchestrating this, it's not space aliens, it's pure human nature. We humans got to the evolutionary top by beating the other contestants and we're still doing it to each other. Without a profound change in our basic nature, I see no possible outcome other than a horrid slave state followed by extinction.

    We do have an example to help guide us out though. It's the Amish and that's where I'm heading. I'm agnostic but I can see their lifestyle is the best possible choice in our mkultra world. I can see Jesus was right, the meek shall inherit the earth..if it isn't destroyed. A tight, hermetically sealed cottage of simple rectangular shape, a good wood furnace, and if you still want electricity, as I do, all dc appliances. The land has 25 different kinds of berries and you feed yourself with these and vegetables and maybe an animal for milk. It's really not that difficult and lots of people are already doing it.

    One of the tricks of it is to have the money to buy everything you'll need before you jump in. Top of the line everything, the furnace, the furniture, the farming tools. Then you'll need 50-100 bucks a week to live comfortably and this means you're not going to be paying any taxes so you're doing the good work of no longer financially supporting our mkultra world. My final comment to anyone currently targeted; I implore you to love and not hate. The people who are doing these things to you are just as tied up into it as you are, they are victims too. We all are victims. Love and find a way to live.
    --Paul R. herowithgreeneyesandbluejeans@yahoo.com
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    Inducted in the mid 1990's into an existence of daily visual and auditory "hallucinations", free thought and speech have been replaced by the whims of the "handlers". Sometimes wildly helpful, other times disturbingly unnecessary and border line cruel. After nearly 10 years or so of this my will to advance myself in any way has diminished. During college, my books seemed to be being read over my shoulder. My grades were excellent with little effort on my part, however the trade off was giving up any sense of ego. Instructed by some force to remove all "I"'s from my vocabulary, never tell a lie, be compassionate to the less fortunate, and even coerced into changing my sexual orientation(which didn't really take but angered me a lot), sensations of being pricked by needles in my sleep, a lot of weird looks and finger wagging from people never seen, extreme behavior modification type activities such as the sensation of simultaneously being penetrated in all my orifices.

    From the beginning certain things I was told stick with me and help me. A voice said "you may be the only one who can do this", "you are going to think you are going crazy", "you can't tell anyone....because they will think you are crazy", "if you ever play music again, they'll kill you". Sometimes it feels unbearable, no privacy, not knowing how or why this is being done, every mistake magnified, any attempt at achievement squashed. The psychiatrist gave me pills that had no effect and collected his fee. At 40, my hope of resolving this intrusion into my brain has faded.
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    These creeps have hit me with "directed energy weapons" via satellite. I know because I felt it and moved my car about fifty feet and in a few minutes they started hitting me again. I was by a gravel pit and the banked up dirt precluded being hit by a truck or grounded device. They have followed me from coast to coast and border to border. They stole my cat in Sommerton, AZ and returned her 19 months later in Jackson, OH. They anticipate where I'll be and wait for me. I was at a rest area in CA. When I awoke there was a man parked next to me who told me the name and location of a company that makes and sells a "gun" with which he has put "thoughts" into other peoples head. It was sufficiently involved explanation with no "holes" that I believe it. They put thoughts in my head that no one would think up to do himself.

    I am on occultist and KNOW I am NOT insane. "They" have even sent in operatives to check me for being nuts. The last time she said "There's nothing wrong with your thinking ability". Because of the cat I know someone is paying these creeps to "play games" (as they put it) with me. If I didn't believe in Karma I'd play games with some of them.(I know who some of them are). I could write a small book of stories of their harassment of me beginning (in earnest) in 1996.
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    Three years ago, I don’t know if it was luck or fate, but I bought my first house. I moved in June when it was hot, so I didn’t sleep well, even so I noticed some odd energy in the house. A Feng Shui practitioner later told me there was no negative energy from humans in the house, but that the house had a lot of natural Yang energy. So by luck or fate the house I bought is built over a collection of energy springs or vortexes. I am far from understanding the useable features of vortexes, but in connection to mind control I’ll relate an episode I had starting in Feb. of 2005.

    At that time I was in the habit of waking up in the middle of the night occasionally to take advantage of the quiet ambience for meditation. One of these nights after meditation I decided to sleep in a recliner chair, which I positioned over one of the main energy apertures - just to see what would happen. Some time after falling asleep I suddenly became aware that I was in communication with someone. This was not like a dream. I was in an alert state of consciousness; disconnected from my body yet having enough consciousness to hold a two-way conversation with someone, again for emphasis not a dream state. I first noticed a presence in my mind and simply asked who are you? A voice responded by telling me he was a researcher in synthetic telepathy. (WHAT?) I was stunned that someone was talking to me in such a coherent way but somehow I managed to remain composed enough to the exchange. I asked him from where he was speaking to me. He said he from a lab at Princeton University. Again I was stunned, ‘What the hell?’ I fumbled trying to say, what are you using to do this, or how are you doing this? He said he was looking at a computer screen & reading the words in my thoughts. I asked how could you tell what I am thinking?

    I detected a bit of amusement (somehow) on his part. He told me it was a machine that could pick up distant mental communications and reduce brainwaves to word signatures and that furthermore he could also detect emotions by the colors of the words on the screen!!! He asked who I was. I told him I was in (a certain field) and involved with (a certain technology). He said he knew about that, but there was something subtle in his response; like it was a nice idea but of little interest to him. He seemed to know about far superior technology. This was too strange. Here I was, my head hanging over the middle of an energy spot talking to someone at Princeton. At that point the needle just went off the record in terms of my ability to concentrate. I disconnected my consciousness; it was just too much for me to handle at once. In the morning the episode stayed with me and I recalled everything clearly. I just thought it was one of the weirdest dreams I had ever had. But then a day later my curiosity got the better of me so I Googled Princeton University and psychic research and came up with PEAR - Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research-- to say I was flabbergasted when I read this is an understatement, but I quickly found it is but the tip of an iceberg.

    For the record, I had no prior knowledge of the activities of Princeton University, nor have I ever been any further east than New Mexico. I never even knew that something like this was possible. On impulse I decided to write to the project manager and tell of my experience with one of his research associates and to make sure his people communicate with respect. I never received a reply from him, but a week later I tried the same experiment and sure enough a hailing frequency was opened again. This time I distinctly felt two younger individuals, probably graduate students. They were attempting to engage me in a protocol of some kind - a kind of remote viewing survey questionnaire. I sensed some confusion from them. In retrospect they may have been expecting someone else on the other end of the line. They were asking me questions about my location, my name, what I did etc. Their attempt was either clumsy or very confused. I answered a few questions, but became irritated at their seeming ineptness and terminated.

    A few days later I tried again and yes I got someone else on the line, this time it seemed to be an experienced military or intelligence type who was initially engaging but then I began to sense duplicity and basically told him to **** off. A second or so went by and I was about to metaphorically turn my back on him, when all of a sudden his face appeared to me not more then 3 feet away! (within the mental-spatial construct of the event) He was not amused at my flip comment and showed it. He was a very shorthaired or possibly bald middle-aged white man, clean-shaven with a medium heavy-set face and a bit of a ruddy complexion. He was looking at me like a stern father getting ready to punish a willful child. It shocked me that I could actually see the face of a stranger in such surprising detail.

    Another week went by and I tried out of curiosity again, this time I was talking to a woman who was very smooth, she got my name, where I lived and whatever else she wanted because her voice was non-threatening and I was probably at the same time being entrained to be passive and compliant. I reason if they can transmit voices and images, they can also transmit any kind of other signal – music, information and even brain entrainment frequencies - similar to those brain wave oriented CDs and tapes. The effects of mental entrainment would be particularly enhanced by using this direct to brain modality. Free thinkers can imagine what kind of use this could be put to!

    I have since stayed away from further experiments with this lot. I think in retrospect that they were clueless as to how I could be tuning into their channel. The only thing I can liken it to is some kind of signal drift like you might encounter on AM channels at night due to atmospheric or solar activity (or lack thereof). My best guess is that it may be related to several lines of government research not the least of which are ULF operations that the Navy uses to communicate with submarines.

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    The science is all there, it is incontrovertible studies have been done. Devices have been built and tested. The science was pioneered by Nazis, and continued here in NA by Nazis and by Nazi worshipers.

    The occultism that pervades Washington and the annals of power derives much of it's mysticism from these techniques and technologies.

    The grand priests still hold the ark, but it is the power to confuse, to misdirect, to make insane.

    Psychiatry has diagnosed this, but who is to say those diagnoses were not made erroneously? I have never seen a direct biochemical link to hearing v2s as they call it. Who is to say these are not experimentation victims?
    proj·ect
    1. something that is contemplated, devised, or planned; plan; scheme.
    2. a large or major undertaking, especially one involving considerable money, personnel, and equipment.
    3. a specific task of investigation, especially in scholarship.
    4. to propose, contemplate, or plan.
    5. to throw, cast, or impel forward or onward.
    6. to set forth or calculate (some future thing).
    7. to extend or protrude beyond something else.
    8. to use one's voice forcefully enough to be heard at a distance, as in a theater.
    9. to produce a clear impression of one's thoughts, personality, role, etc.

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    If there is a mind control technology, as described by those "experiencers", perhaps the effect is first felt by the subject's subconscious mind. Our subconscious is known to record all incoming data and filter out anything not needed in everyday life. Being bombarded by things the subconscious can't process according to "normal" patterns would explain why the subjects display mental instability. When the "control input" gets through to the conscious mind it would be mixed in with irruptions of repressed feelings and Jungian achetypes. This also explains how some of the victims of this repeated abuse have been able to stop it; they've given their subconscious new filtering patterns.

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    If there is a mind control technology, as described by those "experiencers", perhaps the effect is first felt by the subject's subconscious mind. Our subconscious is known to record all incoming data and filter out anything not needed in everyday life. Being bombarded by things the subconscious can't process according to "normal" patterns would explain why the subjects display mental instability. When the "control input" gets through to the conscious mind it would be mixed in with irruptions of repressed feelings and Jungian achetypes. This also explains how some of the victims of this repeated abuse have been able to stop it; they've given their subconscious new filtering patterns.
    New filtering patterns? Like what?

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    New filtering patterns? Like what?
    Say you move somewhere near a very disturbing but irregular noise (airport, railroad, firehouse). At first, your subconscious reacts to the noise (input) as a danger signal; you wake up, your heart races, etc. Eventually, unless you're a very nervious type, your subconscious realizes that there is no danger and you sleep through what used to wake you up. You can speed this up by calmly talking to yourself; "Hey, it's just the plane/train/fire truck, nothing to worry about, go back to sleep". And you do.

    So if a "control input" is sent to someone and they say to themselves "Hey, it's just that silly voice again, ignore it" it ought to eventually work. Of course, if the "voice" is _from_ the subconscious then it indicates an important inner problem that should be considered.

    I'm assuming the physical symptoms reported are also the result of the "control input" saying things like "you're burning!" or "You got a pin stuck in you!"; A victim can call on or use whatever means of protection they believe will work and it should be effective; if someone really believes that they're protected then their subconscious believes it too.

    Understand, I'm just guessing. I never had (and don't want!) to go through any of this. But it makes sense according to what little I know of psychology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastconundrum View Post
    Say you move somewhere near a very disturbing but irregular noise (airport, railroad, firehouse). At first, your subconscious reacts to the noise (input) as a danger signal; you wake up, your heart races, etc. Eventually, unless you're a very nervious type, your subconscious realizes that there is no danger and you sleep through what used to wake you up. You can speed this up by calmly talking to yourself; "Hey, it's just the plane/train/fire truck, nothing to worry about, go back to sleep". And you do.

    So if a "control input" is sent to someone and they say to themselves "Hey, it's just that silly voice again, ignore it" it ought to eventually work. Of course, if the "voice" is _from_ the subconscious then it indicates an important inner problem that should be considered.

    I'm assuming the physical symptoms reported are also the result of the "control input" saying things like "you're burning!" or "You got a pin stuck in you!"; A victim can call on or use whatever means of protection they believe will work and it should be effective; if someone really believes that they're protected then their subconscious believes it too.

    Understand, I'm just guessing. I never had (and don't want!) to go through any of this. But it makes sense according to what little I know of psychology.
    Yeah. Makes sense to at least me. The idea of discerning between consensus reality and the other stuff of this conversation can help.

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    Here's a pretty good summary of the history of development, testing and use:

    Timeline: Electromagnetic Weapons


    Electromagnetic (EM) weapons are of recent invention. They utilize the various frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum to disable or kill the target.

    Psychotronic weapons are those EM weapons that interact with the nervous system of the target. These weapons usually operate in the very low (100 to 1,000 Hz) or extremely low (greater than zero but less than 100 Hz) frequency ranges. [See note by Eleanor White at end of this document.]



    Today a new type of weapon is being touted, the "non-lethal" weapon. The idea behind this is to spare human life without actually losing the war.


    These weapons are also earmarked for use in civil disorders in which the goal is simply crowd control rather than annihilation. Some EM weapons fall in this category. However, even though these weapons are labelled "non-lethal" does not mean that they are not harmful, or cannot be lethal under certain conditions.



    Paul Bartch mentioned in his letter "Non-Hertzian Waves ...", written in 1992, that there was nothing mentioned in the report on non-lethal weapons about the Low Frequency EM weapons. Small wonder. The government has been keeping these weapons to itself in top secrecy classification. Only recently have they been brought into the public spotlight.



    The following is an overview of the development of electromagnetic research as relevant to weapons, as best we are able to put together, considering the cloak of secrecy that surrounds these weapons.



    ELECTROMAGNETIC WEAPONS TIMELINE


    1934 "A method for Remote Control of Electrical Stimulation of the
    Nervous System", a monograph by Drs. E. L. Chaffee and R. U. Light

    1934 Experiments in Distant Influence, book by Soviet
    Professor Leonid L. Vasiliev

    Vasiliev also wrote an article, "Critical Evaluation of the Hypogenic
    Method" concerning the work of Dr. I. F. Tomashevsky on experiments in
    remote control of the brain.

    1945 After World War II, the Allies discovered the Japanese had been
    been developing a "death ray" utilizing very short radio waves focussed
    into a high power beam. Tests were done on animals. The Japanese denied
    ever testing it on humans. (From the Strategic Bombing Survey,
    Imperial War Museum, London. Cited with photocopies in "Japanese Death
    Ray", by Peter Lewis, Resonance #11, pp 5-9)

    1950 The French conducted research on infrasonic weapons. (From
    "The Road From Armageddon", by Peter Lewis, Resonance #13,
    pp 9-14)

    1953 John C. Lilly, when asked by the director of the National
    Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to brief the Central Intelligence
    Agency (CIA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), National Security
    Agency (NSA), and the various military intelligence services on his work
    using electrodes to stimulate directly the pleasure and pain centers in
    the brain, refused.

    He said, "Dr. Antione Redmond, using our techniques in Paris, has
    demonstrated that this method of stimulation on the brain can be applied
    to the human without help of the neurosurgeon ... This means that anybody
    with the proper apparatus can carry this out covertly
    , with no
    external signs that electrodes have been used in that person. I feel that
    if this technique got into the hands of a secret agency, they would have
    total control over a human being and be able to change his beliefs
    extremely quickly, leaving little evidence of what they had done." (From
    "Mind Control and the American Government", by Martin Cannon in Lobster
    #23, pp 2-10. Cannon quites Lilly from his book, The Scientist,
    Berkeley, Ronin publishers, 1988, also Bantam Books 1981. Research by
    Peter Lewis.)

    After a statement like that of Dr. Lilly's, how long do you think it would
    take the agencies, FBI, CIA, NSA, etc. to contact Dr. Redmond in Paris?

    1958, 1962 The U.S. conducts high-altitude Electromagnetic Pulse
    (EMP) bomb tests over the Pacific. (From "The Road From Armageddon" by
    Peter Lewis.)

    1960 Headlines read "Khrushchev Says Soviets Will Cut Forces a Third;
    Sees 'Fantastic Weapon' ". (From article of same title, by Max Frankel,
    New York Times, Jan. 15, 1960, p 1 as cited in "Tesla's Electro-
    magnetics and Its Soviet Weaponization", paper by T. E. Bearden.)

    1965 A "Death Ray" weapon was developed by McFarlane Corporation,
    described as a modulated electron gun X-ray nuclear booster, could be
    adapted to communications, remote control and guidance systems, EM
    radiation telemetry and death ray. McFarlane claimed NASA stole the
    patent in 1965. Reported hearings before the House Subcommittee on
    Department of Defense Appropriations, chaired by Rep. George Mahon (Dem. -
    Texas). (From "Hearing Voices" by Alex Constantine, Hustler, Jan.
    1994, pp 102-104, 113, 120, 134. Research by Harlan Girard.)

    1965 "A project in the U.S. called Project Pandora ... was undertaken
    in which chimpanzees were exposed to microwave radiation. The man who
    was in charge of this project said, 'the potential for exerting a degree
    of control on human behaviour by low level microwave radiation seems to
    exist' and he urged that the effects of microwaves be studied for 'possible
    weapons applications' ". (From "Electromagnetic Pollution: A Little Known
    Health Hazard. A new means of control?" by Kim Besley, Great Britain,
    p 14. Research from Woody Blue.)

    1968 Dr. Gordon J. F. MacDonald, science advisor to President Lyndon
    Johnson, wrote, "Perturbation of the environment can produce changes in
    behavioural patterns." He was referring to low frequency EM waves in the
    ionosphere affecting human brain wave patterns. (From his book, Unless
    Peace Comes, a Scientific Forecast of New Weapons
    , cited in "New World
    Order ELF Psychotronic Tyranny", a paper by C. B. Baker.)

    1970 Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Jimmy Carter's National Security
    Directo, said in his book, Between Two Ages, weather control was a
    new weapon that would be the key element of strategy. "Technology will make
    available to leaders of major nations a variety of techniques for conducting
    secret warfare..." He also wrote "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 ... one
    could develop a system that would seriously impair the brain performance
    of a very large population in selected regions over an extended period."
    (Cited in Baker's "ELF Psychotronic Tyranny" paper.)

    1972 The Taser, first electrical shock device developed for use by law
    enforcement, delivers barbed, dart shaped electrodes to a subject's body,
    and 50,000 volt pulses at two millionths of an amp ove 12-14 seconds time.
    (From "Report onthe Attorney General's Conference on Less Than Lethal
    Weapons", by Sherry Sweetman, 1987, p 4, which cites "Non-Lethal Weapons
    for Law Enforcement: Research Needs and Priorities. A Report to the
    National Science Foundation by the Security Planning Corporation, 1972.
    Research by Harlan Girard.)

    1972 "A U.S. Department of Defense document said that the Army has
    tested a microwave weapon. It was an extremely powerful 'electronic
    flamethrower'. " (From "Electromagnetic Pollution")

    1972 "A study published by the U.S. Army Mobility Equipment Research
    and Development Center, titled 'Analysis of Microwaves for Barrier Warfare'
    examines the plausibility of using radio frequency energy in barrier counter-
    barrier warfare ... The report concludes that (a) it is possible to field
    a truck-portable microwave barrier system that will completely immobilize
    personnel in the open with present day technology, (b) there is a strong
    potential for a microwave system that would be capable of delaying or
    immobilizing personnel in vehicles, (c) with present technology, no method
    could be identified for a microwave system to destroy the type of armoured
    material common to tanks." (From "Electromagnetic Pollution" by Kim Besly,
    p 15, quoting The Zapping of America by Paul Brodeur.)

    The report further documents the ability to create third-degree burns on
    human skin using 3 Gigahertz at 20 watts/square centimeter in two seconds.

    1972 Dr. Gordon J. F. MacDonald testified before the House Subcommittee
    on Oceans and International Environment, concerning low frequency research:
    "The basic notion there was to create between the electrically charged
    ionosphere in the higher part of the atmosphere and conducting layers of the
    surface of the Earth this neutral cavity, to create waves, electrical waves
    that would be tuned to the brainwaves ... about ten cycles per second ...
    you can produce changes in behavioural patterns or in responses." (From
    Baker's "ELF Psychotronic Tyranny" paper.)

    1973 Sharp and Grove transmit audible words via microwaves [EW: That is,
    voice to SKULL] (See "Synthetic Telepathy" in this issue of Resonance

    [EW: On my web site, the relevant paragraphs of Judy's source article are
    transcribed in: v2succes.htm ]

    1975 - 1977 "Unpublished analyses of microwave bioeffects literature were
    disseminated to the U.S. Congress and to other officials arguing the case for
    remote control of human behavior by radar." (From the Journal of Microwave
    Power
    , 12(4), 1977, p320. Research by Harlan Girard.)

    1978 Hungarians presented a state-of-the-art paper on infrasonic weapons
    to the United Nations, "Working Paper on Infrasound Weapons", United Nations
    CD/575, 14 Aug 1978. (From "The Road From Armageddon" by Peter Lewis.)

    1981 - 1982 "Between 1981 and September 1982, the Navy commissioned me to
    investigate the potential of developing electromagnetic devices that could be
    used as non-lethal weapons by the Marine Corp for the purpose of 'riot
    control', hostage removal, clandestine operations, and so on." Eldon Byrd,
    Naval Surface Weapons Center, Silver Spring MD. (From "Electromagnetic
    Pollution" by Kim Besly, p 12.)

    1982 Electromagnetic weapons for law enforcement use in Great Britain:

    A 10-30 Hz strobe light which can produce seizures, giddiness, nausea, and
    fainting was developed by Charles Bovill of the now defunct British firm,
    Allen International. Addition of sound pulses in the 4.0 - 7.5 Hz range
    increases effectiveness, as utilized in the Valkyrie, a "frequency" weapon
    advertised in British Defense Equipment Catalogue until 1983.

    The squawk box or sound curdler uses two loudspeakers of 350 watt output
    to emit two slightly different frequencies which combine in the ear to
    produce a shrill shrieking noise. The U.S. National Science Foundation
    report says there is "severe risk of permanent impairment of hearing."

    (From "Electropollution" by Kim Besley, citing the Manchester City Council
    Police Monitoring Unit document.)

    1982 Air Force review of biotechnology:

    "Currently available data allow the projection that specially generated
    radiofrequency radiation (RFR) fields may pose powerful and revolutionary
    antipersonnel military threats. Electroshock therapy indicates the ability
    of induced electric current to completely interrupt mental functioning for
    short periods of time, to obtain cognition for longer periods and to
    restructure emotional response over prolonged intervals.

    "... impressed electromagnetic fields can be disruptive to purposeful
    behavior and may be capable of directing and/or interrogating such
    behavior. Further, the passage of approximately 100 milliamperes through
    the myocardium can lead to cardiac standstill and death, again pointing to
    a speed-of-light weapons effect.

    "A rapidly scanning RFR system could provide an effective stun or kill
    capability over a large area."

    (From Final Report on Biotechnology Research Requirements for
    Aeronautical Systems Through the Year 2000
    . AFOSR-TR-82-0643, vol 1,
    and vol 2, 30 July 1982. See below.)

    1986 "The Electromagnetic Spectrum in Low-Intensity Conflict" by
    Captain Paul Tyler, MC, USN quotes the above passage and further elaborates
    on the theme. (Published in Low Intensity Conflict and Modern Technology
    Lt. Col. David J. Dean, USAF, ed., Air University Press, Maxwell AFB, AL.
    Research by Harlan Girard.)

    1983 Nikolai Khokhlov, a Soviet KGB agent who defected to the West in
    1976, interviews recently arrived scientists and reports: "The Soviet mind-
    control program is run by the KGB with unlimited funds." (From The
    Spectator
    , Feb 5, 1983, reported in "New World Order Psychotronic
    Tyranny" by C. B. Baker.)

    1984 "USSR: New Beam Energy Possible?", possibly associated with early
    Soviet weather engineering efforts over the U.S. (From "Tesla's
    Electromagnetics and Its Soviet Weaponization" by T. E. Bearden.)

    1985 Women in the peace camps at Greenham Common began showing various
    medical symptoms believed to be caused by EM surveillance weapons beamed at
    them. (See "Zapping: The New Weapon of the Patriarchy", Resonance
    #13, pp 22-24. Research by Woody Blue.)

    1986 Attorney General's Conference on Less Than Lethal Weapons. Reviews
    current weapons available, most date back to 1972: the Taser, the Nova
    XR-5000 Stun Gun (can interrupt a pacemaker); the Talon, a glove with an
    electrical pulse generator; the Source, a flashlight with electrodes at the
    base. These devices are useful only at close range, except for the Taser,
    and are generally restricted to correctional institutions.

    Photic driving strobe lights tested by one conference delegate on 100 subjects,
    produced discomfort. Closed eyelids to not block the effect. Evidence that
    ELF produces nausea and disorientation. Suggestion to develop fast acting
    electrosleep inducing EM weapon.

    Discusses problem of testing weapons on animals and human "volunteers".
    (From "Report on the Attorney General's Conference on Less Than Lethal
    Weapons", by Sherry Sweetman, March 1987, prepared for the National Institute
    of Justice. Research by Harlan Girard.)

    How many of you will volunteer to get zapped by 50,000 volts from this little
    Taser gun we're testing?

    1988 The Pentagon is ordered by courts to cease EMP tests at several
    locations due to a lawsuit filed by an environmental group. (From The
    Washington Post
    , May 15, 1988, see "US and Soviets Develop Death Ray",
    Resonance 11, p 10. Research by Remy Chevalier.)

    1992 December. "The U.S. Army's Armament Research, Development and
    Engineering Center is conducting a one-year study of ACOUSTIC BEAM
    TECHNOLOGY ... the command awarded the one year study to Scientific
    Applications and Research Associates of Huntington Beach CA. Related
    research is conducted at the Moscow based Andreev Institute." (From "U.S.
    Explores Russian Mind Control Technology", by Barbara Opal, Defense News,
    Jan 11-17, 1993. Research by Harlan Girard and others.)

    1993 The Russian government is offering to share with the United States
    in a bilateral Center for Psychotechnologies the Soviet mind-control technology
    developed during the 1970s. The work was funded by the Department of
    Psycho-Correction at the Moscow Medical Academy.

    "Acoustic psycho-correction involves the transmission of specific commands
    via static or white noise bands into the human subconscious ...". The Russian
    experts, among them former KGB General George Kotov, present in a paper a list
    of software and hardware available for $80,000. (From Opal article, "U.S.
    Explores Russian Mind Control Technology".)

    [EW Comment: Circa 1996, I came across an advertisement by way of a Yahoo
    search on mind control for "A genuine mind control device, $80,000, FOB
    Singapore, from Gunderson International." Ring any bells? Could not get the
    ad to display again.]

    1993 February 28, beginning of 51 day siege on the Branch Davidians at
    Waco Texas, which ended in the death of more than 80 people.

    Until this incident, the electromagnetic weapons had kept a very low profile.
    But in the documentary video, "Waco: The Big Lie Continues", footage from the
    British Broadcasting (BBC) shows at least three EM weapons used by
    U.S. government agents. First, the noise generators used against the
    Davidians. Second, a powerful strobe light, shown during a nighttime sequence.
    And the third was the Russian psychoacoustic weapon, considered, but agents
    deny use of this weapon against the Waco people. FBI agents met with Dr.
    Igor Smirnov in Arlington VA to discuss the possiblility of using the weapon
    against the Davidians. (From "A Subliminal Dr. Strangelove", by Dorinda
    Elliot and John Barry, Newsweek, Aug 22, 1994)

    Note (EW): "ELF" frequencies, as we know now, are not the most invasive weapons-capable frequencies.

    Doses of ELF can act as either sedatives or stimulants, entraining the target's EEG as with the Russian LIDA machine.

    Weapons which can transmit hypnotic commands silently and untraceably, over distance and through walls, can cause a far wider spectrum of effects.

    In other words, victims, don't assume that "ELF" is the only form of electromagnetic signal which can do damage.

    Full Article
    Note, this timeline ends in 1993, which is 17 years ago....can you imagine where this has gone today?

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    From what little I understand about using frequencies I do know that the old metal rail cars/containers from the 1970's with insulation do not allow cell phone or wi-fi or radio signals to penetrate. I'm sure that was the reason for the massive unloading or sales of used containers in the 1990's. My mother bought one for storage for less than $1,500.
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