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    I'm somewhat of a skeptic on this conspiracy theory, but I have often wondered if it would be possible. There are people who call themselves "targeted individuals" and claim that the government is using HAARP and/or other high tech installations to beam mind control signals into their brain. In other words to change their emotional state using electromagnetic frequencies. I find their claims rather chilling and sometimes wonder if they are on to something, as some of them honestly don't strike me as crazy but merely experiencing something that most don't. However, do their claims violate the laws of plausibility and physics? In other words, could governmental organizations beam signals into someone's brain from afar like that? Or is that impossible? Thoughts? How much energy would it take to do that? And if it wasn't directed at one individual but merely these people are more astute to it than others....... perhaps a diffuse signal of some kind is being beamed from such installations to the populace at large. That would make somewhat more sense to me given the way that I understand these things, though admittedly I still don't buy it. Perhaps, that actually is a scientifically valid hypothesis though? Though, perhaps that isn't possible either. In short, do you think it's possible that the government could come up with an installation that is capable of affecting the thoughts of the populace by using electromagnetic waves. What if they put something into the air (e.g. chemtrails) to amplify the signals? Would this be scientifically possible? Not saying it's happening. Just curious if these types of conspiracy theories are within or against the laws of physics. Not plausibility. Because while I don't believe in these theories, some people I have seen and talked to online do (in the course of my conspiracy theory/ufology research). Simply out of curiosity I wonder if these theories are plausible. Even if perhaps these people have simply gone off the deep end........ perhaps what they are saying is not 100% impossible. Or is it?
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    As far as really happening. unfortunately 100% assured of this. Wildest shit I have ever run into.. Does it exist, without a doubt.. is it complex.. so complex it makes my bright mind giggle. wildly intelligent.. but who in the fuck. not a normal person influenced buy any normal manipulation and the tech is psyfi? How in the fuck does this make sense?

    the biggest underline is hypnotism..
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    No. We can't even put on paper the exact neurochemical processes responsible for each distinct thought and whatever else the brain does. We sort of know how it works in general, but we still don't know a lot.

    And if you think that some "organizations" do but that info is classified or whatnot, I ask for reasonable proof.

    As for simplistic mind-control such as making a person irritable, causing a loss of consciousness and other similarly primitive effects, yes - you can do it pharmacologically, using electromagnetism to name a few. For example, I can give you a large dose of a benzo to make you more talkative. It's primitive, but it's something I guess.
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    I was pretty sure who the OP of this thread was just by reading the title... just saying man, you should really get yourself out of that rabbit hole you've been tunneling into recently.
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    This is pretty interesting. The guy sounds very plausible.
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    After being a victim of this for over a year and a half i find it interesting to read people debate its existence.
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    NSA, that's a bold statement. Can you show me proof that it actually exists? Describe your personal anecdotal experience? I'm skeptical, but very curious.
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    Yes I can give you a solid account. As far as true proof that's much more difficult. They utilize very covert tactics and aspects of their strategy are intended and often succeed at discrediting, isolating and making the victim appear mentally ill and or delusional.

    I don't have time to outline this today, but will do it in the near future. I spent a long time researching what has been done to me over the last 18,000 plus hours and its both complex and very technologically advanced. The advanced technology being used for this and not for more lucrative mainstream applications is one of the hardest things to understand. Like why do people who have a working remote silent speech computer interface use it for this when the mainstream applications for this seem limitless and very lucrative.

    This journey has taken me places I would have never gone. As much of the technology is amazing and cutting edge and also not what I have studied or was into I had to research and learn a whole plethora of complex and new subjects.

    One area I'm still a little baffled in the process they are using to project target specific audio utilizing loudspeakers and id love some help in figuring this out. They use a few different techniques as the exspieriece of the sound is different and can be counteracted with different means. The first one is out their commercially and is called bone conduction. There are commercial laser speakers the are available for home use. One of the other I have not been able to find much on or figure out.

    Aspects of the second.

    Can be generated very loud, so loud that it can overpower traditional loud speakers playing music in a loud working environment

    Only the victim is able to hear the target sound

    Traditional earplugs partially block for periods, butt the system adjusts, then when the ear plugs are removed the audio is barley audible until it adjust.


    One theory I have is that since individual ear canals are so unique that they are going to use them to identify people, as they use fingerprints, they are using this. If the ear drum or are canal shape is slightly altered the sound disappear completely, but only In the ear that that has been altered.

    They may using sound envelopes or a overlapped multiwave broadcast in which the wave interaction hides the sound until interaction with the unique dynamics of the targets ears either combine the sound envelopes or removes the interference of a multiwave overlapped broadcast.

    The group that's on me are also Hackers and have changed passwords, held personal accounts hostage, access both my phone and computer cameras, watch murderous shit like forensic files, crazy ex girlfriend and stalker stuff constantly on my Netflix, Spoof text message and call me and a few of my friends causing one to no be an ex friend. That's all provable and lends proof, but as they remain very covert and one of their main goals is to never do anything that will get them caught or provide proof for any conviction.

    This shit is nutts and the motherfuckers on me are smart and they have certainly done this before. They even have programmed or adapted programming or a chat bot to do much of their "work" for them. I took me a long time to figure this shit out. I will go into detail later, but I will likely leave off some stuff as I don't want this to be a how to fucking techno stalk someone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLEXURE View Post
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    I'm definitely not immediately writing you off as "mentally ill" or "delusional", although many people might.

    It takes a countless number of specialized research hours, on top of an already well established knowledge of Physics, to even begin to feel as though one truly understands this sort of thing.

    Much of what was once considered "Science Fiction", is now "Well Known Fact".

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    Your telling me. In my reserch i was looking at stuff thats supposed to be hypothetical and isnt as well as very high level science and technology. That stuffs just the start. Hypnotism, nuero science, neuro lingistic programing.. All kinds of amazing stuff. When i post concepts i will link and back it up with information i have found.

    I studied civil environmental engineering at uni so i have a good science background.
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    Caulc one and two were burly.. Weed out courses and often the average score on exams across all sections was in the 30s or 40s.

    Physics one and two for physicists and engineers was enjoyable, but full of hours of homework due to the computer. Teaching programs.

    Yes.. Good to meet you. Please post any ideas you have around the loud speaker individual targeted audio.

    And no im not delusional and figured out why many victims appear to be. Sound mental health. Just need to get rid of this stalker/stalkers.

    EDIT: someone took down a post about being and engineering student and this was in reference to it.
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    Simplistic and diffuse signal generation, such as say, causing a rioting crowd to disperse more rapidly by unleashing chemical panicogens in sublethal level to cause an effect of terror, as with benzo withdrawal, would be easy, as easy as killing the same group with nerve agents, phosgene, lewisite or whatever other nasty ass chemical weaponry the attacker chooses to employ.

    Likewise, generation of vibrational signals, its been done in the lab, causing discomfort in most, by supplying out-of-phase physical tactile and propioceptive stimulation, to cause the subjects to perceive ghosts, and there are many accounts of unease and other funky effects with infrasound sources of natural (architectural, rather) origin.

    Bone conduction would be practical enough a technology to develop now into such a directional tool or weapon. Ever heard of a SASER? its basically the sonic equivalent of a laser, creating a selfamplifying, highly coherent beam of sound. We perceive sound as a combination of frequency and amplitude (as applicable to anything done via a SASER, assuming such technology were developed), some are pumped either with light, or, and I would imagine more powerful ones and thus capable of delivering an effect over greater range and capable of a variable frequency output then I should imagine it could be used to deliver a targeted sonic stimulus. Either directly, or via bone conduction.
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    Your exactly right. Different wavelength lasers are almost assuredly used. They allow remote viewing and target analysis (such as NLP eye movement) as well as facilitate the silent speech interface. They also use passive rf computer generated imagery.

    I need one of these bastards so I can battle.. anyone want to loan me the cash? I want black though.

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    As far as back to the op question. More real military tech already on the market. The system is sensitive enough to register if you get aroused and your penis slightly engorges or if your get goosebumps. It tracks and measures heart rate and monitors if you blush.

    I don't say this is the actual system that's on me, but almost real time .3 mm remote computer generated and analyzed imagery that works off active and or passive RF and others is already fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belligerent drunk View Post
    No.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain.Heroin View Post
    This.
    I wish.

    For those who are as yet ignorant to the modern realized technologies around this here is a great resource.

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    Silent Speech Interface

    This is from all the way back 2004. Its up and running remotely most likely via a real time continuous non ionizing radiation laser. This constant radiant bombardment of a targets mouth in order to capture both subconscious and conscious thought is the reason targeted victims exspieriece rapid and unwarranted tooth decay as mentioned in the utube posted.

    So our vocal systems are sent the chemo/electro signals needed to generate the speech of our thoughts, both from the subconscious and conscious. We then choose if we want to share our thought by vocalizing it or just have diarrhea of the mouth. This system is capable of remotely monitoring the nerve impulses and or minor muscle movements associated with our speech system. After an introductory exploration of a individuals signals and or vocal movements, driven by rhythmic speech cuing through the target specific audio, its able to read a portion of a victims thoughts.

    NASA DEVELOPS SYSTEM TO COMPUTERIZE SILENT, 'SUBVOCAL SPEECH'

    This is kind of funny MIT from this year is working on an already developed system. This is very close to the interface. Coming to your corner of the galaxy. Man do I hope the fuckers that have me wired up end up wired up themselves. I know that's unbecoming of me, BUT AT THIS POINT I DO NOT GIVE A FUCK.

    MIT silent speech interface bone conduction reply


    Yeah with this one out there and waiting for declassification or whatever I would not throw down to back a MIT wearable, but the audio will be better.. ya no one going to be jamming out on the remote version.

    Constant sensory overstimulation is a well known practice that can be tried to induct someone into involuntary hypnosis. The rhythmic speech interrogation portion of this shit is constant audio stimulation overload. Hypnosis can be used as an interrogation technique and is also used to instill delusions which make victims appear crazy, discrediting and isolating them.

    How to Overload the Conscious Mind for Better Hypnosis
    Hypnosis and belief: A review of hypnotic delusions
    Delusions in the hypnosis laboratory: Modeling different pathways to mirrored-self misidentification


    Implanted delusions can be powerful tools that can destroy a victims personal and professional life. If an electronic stalker is able to hypnotically implant the delusion that a targets significant other is cheating on them with their boss or business partner they may accomplish both in one suggestion.

    If a victim tries to report the delusional bullshit they are subjected to, they likely will appear crazy and may end up being deemed so and discredited and/or forced into treatment. At the very least the report will not get any serious attention. This shit is hard enough to believe as is.

    Once the computer has your silent speech patterns categorized it may proclaim "we have your tong"

    Its fucked.. I still wear NASA shirts.
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    A few corporations are owning most of the medias. They control the content diffused on them. They forge their truth and reality. They put ideas in the head of the kids. Yes, there is remote mind control with TVs and smart phones.
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    I think most of the people claiming remote mind control are likely insane.

    But here's my thoughts on if it's possible.

    Hypnosis is the real deal. Modern talk therapy and psychiatry is a joke compared to it. Hypnosis can do the wildest things you can't even imagine. Cure drug addiction with no withdrawals in a day, grow breasts/ass/hair, make someone taller, permanently change their personality, etc. I have this confirmed as 100% true. Hypnosis has huge potential, the subconscious mind is actually very powerful and can be manipulated (for both good or evil).

    Mk-Ultra and other similar experiments was basically to see which drugs would help increase the effects of hypnosis, their goal was advanced interrogation techniques and mind control of special agents who would be the perfect soldier. They'd use hypnosis, and their goal was to see which drugs intensified the effects of certain goals for the hypnosis.

    So anyways, how does that relate to remote mind control using EMF or sound waves? Well, I believe if they found a way to code information into the waves, people could be remotely hypnotized. I mean with regular hypnosis, it's just the use of speech. Well what if the same basic coding used in verbal hypnosis could somehow be coded into EMF waves or sound waves?
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    ^Yep.. I will roll you the techno behind this, but it just basically comes down to providing the audio for the hypnotist/manipulative program to be able speak to an individual.. either subliminally with constant conscience overload or variations of.

    Every thing MKD said is true and backed.

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    It doesn't exist. People are just stupid, ignorant, unaware of their biases, and various other flaws of human nature that cause people to imagine all sorts of things.

    It doesn't exist because even if you just assume based on nothing that it's even possible to do what you suggest, the idea that the government would perfect such technology and successfully keep it secret in spite of their repeated failures. And succeed where countless money and manhours of private wealthy corporations investigating such concepts have failed, is simply not believable.

    But, solid rule of life, people will believe what they want to believe, and absolutely no evidence will ever change that. It's no different than religion. For the rational mind, all the information is out there to obtain the most likely answers. You need only learn the scientific method, read about what we've learned about how people bias and misinterpret the world around them. How people think, and how technology advances and the physics of the world and the biology of the human mind, and you can find it all out for yourself with a high degree of certainty.

    Or, you can choose what you wanna believe and convince yourself of it to the point where it will be as much a certain reality to you as tomorrow's sunrise. In such instances, you simply don't know enough to realize how little you know.

    Then there's also the simple logical problem that once you accept a level of improbability as reality, or a level of undeniability as plausible, ever possibility becomes equally valid. So, are we being mind controlled by the government? Or is that what the aliens want us to think? Or is that just God posing as the aliens posing as the government to test our faith? Every possibility is just as likely once you start believing in concepts that implausible and fantastical and impossible to argue. So no belief is any more or less worth believing. Might as well believe in nothing.
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    Thanks for the links. Hypnosis is great. Shit should be standard practice for psychiatry. Currently almost everything they're taught is bullshit, unsubstantiated claims about psychology, drugs to prescribe that don't work at all (pharmaceutical companies have hijacked doctors and psychiatrists, it's why SSRI's are so prescribed even though they're less effective than placebo), talk therapies that can be completely useless. Instead of that circle jerk of complete bullshit, they should be taught intensive hypnosis therapies, it would also help the study of psychiatry develop a lot faster. Currently they stuff they teach could literally be learned in a month if the filler was taken out, as compared to hypnosis which takes years to master (as a high level scientific and expensive skill should).
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    ^ no problem. Your so right and I had no idea and little faith in hypnotism until I was subjected to this.



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    This is pretty interesting. The guy sounds very plausible.
    I finished listening to this and low and behold I was in Aurora Colorado when this shit started. I'm not really buying into the claim that this fucking system can change a victims dna or that buses are picking these victims up, but much of these peoples exspieriece is right in line with what I and others are having happen. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryGlisten View Post
    This is pretty interesting. The guy sounds very plausible.
    You are kidding, right? I admit, I don't have an hour to kill listening to some rambling tinfoil hat documentary but there was not a single section of the first 10 minutes that I skipped through where some ludicrous bullshit was not said.

    If I'm honest though I only clicked the video for giggles so I wasn't expecting much, and my expectations were met. I guess I'm one of the brainwashed sheeple masses.
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