Counter-Measures Warfare Applications
With the revelations of the Senate Church Committee in 1976, the CIA’s infamous MK-Ultra program was brought to light. For decades during the height of the cold war, the U.S. intelligence establishment aggressively pursued the development of advanced psychiatric and psychological warfare technologies….so-called mind-control technologies. Millions of tax dollars have been spent developing such neurological weapons. Billions more have been spent developing a similar arsenal of electronic warfare and electronic counter-measures warfare technologies.
“In the early 1960s [Allan H.] Frey found that when microwaves of 300 to 3,000 megahertz were pulsed at specific rates, humans (even deaf people) could “hear” them. The beam caused a booming, hissing, clicking, or buzzing, depending on the exact frequency and pulse rate, and the sound seemed to come from just behind the head.
“At first Frey was ridiculed for this announcement, just like many radar technicians who’d been told they were crazy for hearing certain radar beams. Later work has shown that the microwaves are sensed somewhere in the temporal region just above and slightly in front of the ears. The phenomenon apparently results from pressure waves set up in brain tissue, some of which activate the sound receptors of the inner ear via bone conduction, while others directly stimulate nerve cells in the auditory pathways. Experiments on rats have shown that a strong signal can generate a sound pressure of 120 decibels, or approximately the level near a jet engine at takeoff.
“Obviously such a beam could cause humans severe pain and prevent all voice communication. That the same effect can be used more subtly was demonstrated in 1973 by Dr. Joseph C. Sharp of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. Sharp, serving as a test subject himself, heard and understood spoken words delivered to him in an echo-free isolation chamber via a pulsed-microwave audiogram (an analog of the words’ sound vibrations) beamed into his brain. Such a device has obvious applications in covert operations designed to drive a target crazy with “voices” or deliver undetectable instructions to a programmed assassin. There are also indications that other pulse frequencies cause similar pressure waves in other tissues, which could disrupt various metabolic processes. A group under R. G. Olsen and J. D. Grissett at the Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory in Pensacola has already demonstrated such effects in simulated muscle tissue and has a continuing contract to find beams effective against human tissues.”
“The Body Electric, Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life” by Robert O. Becker, M.D. and Gary Selden (Quill/William Morrow, NY, 1985)
“Using extremely low average power densities of electromagnetic energy, the perception of sounds was induced in normal and deaf humans. The effect was induced several hundred feet from the antenna the instant the transmitter was turned on, and is a function of carrier frequency and modulation.
“The third likely place for the detection mechanism is the brain. Burr and Mauro presented evidence that indicates that there is an electrostatic field about neurons. Morrow and Sepiel presented evidence that indicates the existence of a magnetic field about neurons. Becker (personal communication) has done some work indicating that there is longitudinal flow of charged carriers in neurons. Thus, it is reasonable to suspect that possibly the electromagnetic field could interact with neuron fields.”
“Human Auditory System Response To Modulated Electromagnetic Energy” by Allan H. Frey (General Electric Advanced Electronics Center)
As is clear from both Frey’s and Sharp’s research, the brain does not go to extraordinary lengths to encrypt the data which it processes. Sharp’s findings indicate that the brainwaves associated with the otic (hearing) centers of the brain mimic the shapes and amplitudes of the sound waves which stimulate the aural nerves. Were sound represented digitally by the brain, specific frequencies of sound would be associated with specific objects and a change in the tone of voice would change the definitive meanings of nouns (ie, cars could be tables). Thus, the multiplicity of harmonics and sub-harmonics which comprise language necessitates that sound be represented by the brain in an analog form. Further, as is shown by Sharp’s research, that analog form closely mimics the wave-form characteristics of the sound it represents. Going one step further, it is reasonable to speculate that brainwaves associated with the thinking of words have shapes and amplitudes which mimic spoken words. When one thinks a word (ie, “Blue”), one *hears*, in one’s mind, an arrangement of *sounds* which mimic the sounds one hears when someone says the word “Blue.” Were language a function of the frequencies of sounds, the multiplicity of harmonics and sub-harmonics implicit in sound would make language impossible. Since language is characteristic specific, as opposed to frequence specific, the only difference between thinking a word and hearing that same word is the location and frequency of the carrier wave in the brain.
“The Central Intelligence Agency funded research on electromagnetic mind control at least as early as 1960, when the notorious MKULTRA program, mostly concerned with hypnosis and psychedelic drugs, included money for adapting bioelectric sensing methods (at that time primarily the EEG) to surveillance and interrogation, as well as for finding ‘techniques of activation of the human organism by remote electronic means.’ In testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research on September 21, 1977, MKULTRA director Dr. Sidney Gottlieb recalled: ‘There was a running interest in what effects people’s standing in the field of radio energy have, and it could easily have been that somewhere in the many projects someone was trying to see if you could hypnotize somebody easier if he was standing in a radio beam.'”
“The Body Electric, Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life” Robert O. Becker, M.D. and Gary Selden (Quill/William Morrow, NY, 1985) – The basis of both electronic warfare and electronic counter-measures warfare is the ability to distort the shapes and amplitudes electro-magnetic transmissions through the interference of other electro-magnetic transmissions. Simply put, while the intersection of any two electro-magnetic fields, or wave fronts, will not produce a change in the direction of propagation of either field, a trans-induction of vector information will occur. The amplitudes, wavelengths and frequencies of both will be altered, this dependent upon their harmonic multiplicity, phase and angle of intersection. Electronic counter-measures warfare is the precise arbitration of enemy microwave (radar) transmissions so as to make those transmissions inaccurately reflect the state of the battlefield. This involves: (1) the production of false radar reflections so as to indicate to the enemy objects which do not exist, (2) the distortion of valid radar reflections so as to indicate to the enemy misrepresentations of size and location, and (3) the field damping of valid radar reflections so as to indicate to the enemy no objects. The brain produces a magnetic field which we call brainwaves. Since a magnetic field can not exist in the absence of a perpendicular electrical field, and vice versa, one must conclude that the chemical reactions associated with thought processes are electro-chemical in nature. A distortion in a magnetic field produces a like distortion in its contingent electrical field, and vice versa. A proximate electrical field will distort any magnetic field and a proximate magnetic field will distort any electrical field. This trans-induction of vector information is what makes electronic warfare feasible. Therefore, any proximate standing wave electro-magnetic interference will arbitrate neuro-chemical activity. A precisely shaped standing wave will induce an equally precise brainwave pattern.
Not magic. Just force…electro-magnetic force. – “The technology for nonsensory communication between brains and computers through the intact skin is already at our fingertips, and its consequences are difficult to predict. Now we are adding a new dimension: the direct interface between brains and machines. It is, however, already possible to induce a large variety of responses, from motor effects to emotional reactions and intellectual manifestations, by direct electrical stimulation of the brain. Also, several investigators have learned to identify patterns of electrical activity (which a computer could also recognize) localized in specific areas of the brain and related to determined phenomena such as perception of smells or visual perception of edges and movements. We are advancing rapidly in the pattern recognition of electrical correlates of behavior and in the methodology for two-way radio communication between brain and computers.”
“Physical Control of the Mind, Toward a Psychocivilized Society” (Two-way Radio Communication with the Brain, p 89-96) by Jose M. R. Delgado, M.D. (Harper & Row, NY, 1969) – Most important to any battlefield situation is command, control and intelligence: an accurate picture of the battlefield. The electronic battlefield is no different. This trans-induction effect makes possible the surveillance of the electronic battlefield. By passing a microwave transmission through enemy radar signals, the so-called electronic battlefield, and comparing the differences between the originating signal and the resultant signal on the other side of the electronic battlefield, a picture of the electronic battlefield can be interpolated. By passing multiple and phased microwave signals through the electronic battlefield, resultant variations in harmonics and sub-harmonics reveal a more accurate picture of the electronic battlefield. By broadcasting phased and interfering signals into the electronic battlefield, the resultant secondary and tertiary constructive interferences will reveal an extremely accurate three dimensional picture of the electronic battlefield and enemy radar capabilities. Needless to say, the enemy knows this and engages in counter-measures strategies for both surveillance and disinformation. The Air Force knows that they know this and engages in counter counter-measures strategies for both surveillance and disinformation. And, so it goes until another Korean Air Lines 007 drops from the sky. The electro-chemical / magnetic battlefield of the mind is simple by comparison. The same technology which allows the Air Force to broadcast microwaves through enemy radar signals and then interpolate a three-dimensional image of the electronic battlefield also allows government torturers to interpolate a three-dimensional image of their victim’s braiwaves. The algorithms for the interpretation of brainwaves are well documented in sound mechanics.
“Most of the transmitters used to date in the experimentation have been pulse modulated with no information placed on the signal. The rf sound has been described as being a buzz, clicking, hiss, or knocking, depending on several transmitter parameters, i.e., pulse width and pulse-repetition rate (PRF). The apparent source of these sounds is localized by the subjects as being within, or immediately behind the head. The sound always seems to come from within or immediately behind the head no matter how the subjects twists or rotates in the rf field.”
“Human Auditory System Response To Modulated Electromagnetic Energy” by Allan H. Frey (General Electric Advanced Electronics Center) – Though preferable for the really sadistic torture, a computer is not required for the interpretation of those brainwaves nor for the superimposition of fallacious brainwaves. Off-the-shelf analog systems can easily translate such analog information into sound waves and vice versa. But, with a computer, the torture can be intensified. Using a combination of neuro-motor and neuro-linguistic conditioning, neurologic pathways (responses) can be implemented and extant pathways can be eliminated. The mind can split or shattered, then reconstructed to be completely self-conditioning by new and exotic artificially conditioned pathways of pain.