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« Reply #120 on: Jul 30th, 2014, 3:00pm »

Interesting stuff and it has been around for a while in books and online though I was not aware that people would get compensated.

But it seems a bit off topic as it relates to Mirage Men and specifically the ufo enigma.
Just an observation and perhaps a dedicated thread to intel hijinks in general might be the place for such future info.
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« Reply #121 on: Jul 30th, 2014, 10:28pm »

I not being to be contrarian for the sake of being contrarian.. its very relevant doc.. the hijinx have very real repercussion beyond ufolgy..The internet connects everyone instead of small pockets here and there..its vast pools of subjects..
we are only playing catchup..
Look at whats being done with shtty photos and thru the mainstream like CNN .on a global level..If you read that article from spiegel look how a small cottage industry built around that guy..that wasr eally wierd..and sad..
If a system can be built on images..then destroy the image..and you destroy or damage the system..
Ufology is different because of some factor that affects our center and propensity for religion..I dont know what it is..but certainly..ther are those who already know how to use manipulate and direct it.for whatever reason.

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« Reply #122 on: Jul 31st, 2014, 4:47pm »

on Jul 30th, 2014, 10:28pm, Sysconfig wrote:
I not being to be contrarian for the sake of being contrarian.. its very relevant doc.. the hijinx have very real repercussion beyond ufolgy..The internet connects everyone instead of small pockets here and there..its vast pools of subjects..
we are only playing catchup..
Look at whats being done with shtty photos and thru the mainstream like CNN .on a global level..If you read that article from spiegel look how a small cottage industry built around that guy..that wasr eally wierd..and sad..
If a system can be built on images..then destroy the image..and you destroy or damage the system..
Ufology is different because of some factor that affects our center and propensity for religion..I dont know what it is..but certainly..ther are those who already know how to use manipulate and direct it.for whatever reason.



I understand your point but that specific aspect and several others posted here about intel hijinks on this specific thread have nothing directly to do with the ufo enigma...at least as they were presented .
Perhaps at least inserting the term ufo or alien here and there might help them qualify.
Call me pedantic if you like.

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« Reply #123 on: Jul 31st, 2014, 6:16pm »

on Jul 5th, 2014, 1:58pm, jjflash wrote:
...I think the following circumstances, among others, deserve deeper consideration if we are going to entertain less conventional explanations:

- An interracial American couple, circa 1961, crossed an international border in a car with a broken trunk latch while carrying a firearm. Why? What, exactly, led to such circumstances?

- The FBI's COINTELPRO is now known to have targeted civil rights activists and groups, harassing them and conducting surveillance in attempts to gather intelligence and create dissension.

- Ewen Cameron conducted MKULTRA Subproject 68, among the most disturbing and heinous of the known operations, in Montreal, the destination of the Hills during their journey. Class action lawsuits continued well into this century and involved the US Department of Defense paying millions of dollars in damages to victims of Subproject 68 that numbered in the hundreds.

- Had the Hills ever visited Montreal before the night in question? When, specifically, and what for?

- Martin Orne, who shared a former employer, Harvard, with the Hill's hypnotist, Dr. Simon, conducted MKULTRA Subproject 84, the focus of which was hypnosis, in Boston, the same city where Simon held his practice.

- The circular marks on the trunk of the Hill car have never been explained.

- The Hills described one of the aliens as resembling a Nazi. Subliminal circumstances? I dunno, leading us to...

- By some accounts, the Hills explained their car was stopped at a road block by people, not non-human beings. This is typically dismissed as confusion or a screen memory induced by aliens, but I would strongly question exactly how we decide what to take literally and what to attribute to trauma or supposed alien deception. All too often it seems the prevailing method is to cherry pick the Hill statements for circumstances supporting one pet theory or another.

- Details such as the star map became increasingly ludicrous over time to be thought related to an advanced and space-traveling civilization.

- Betty described what she interpreted to be a pregnancy test conducted by the aliens, the details of which were not widely understood at the time yet became universally accepted throughout the medical community within a few years. This was sometimes attributed to the possibility the aliens were more advanced medically than humans, but, in 50 years hindsight, one might argue many other explanations are infinitely more likely (such as humans charged with examining Betty had access to procedures ahead of the curve and not yet introduced to mainstream medicine).

- What doctors did the Hills see in the years before the 1961 journey to Montreal? Any names we might find of interest? Who were their doctors?

- Did the Hills participate in any activities at now-known MKULTRA fronts? There were many in their vicinity. Were the couple involved in any activities with their friends in military circles, Ivy League schools that received CIA funding during MKULTRA or medical facilities of potential relevance?

- Given what we now know about the CIA and FBI that researchers and authors did not know at the time, what might we learn if we objectively revisit the case with fresh eyes and increased awareness of intelligence activities of the era?

- Writer/researcher Nick Redfern recently stated he believes the Hill alleged alien abduction was part of Project MKULTRA. Commenting at The UFO Inconoclast(s), Redfern added he had forthcoming material that would demonstrate that John Fuller, author of Interrupted Journey, was paid by the intelligence community to cultivate the concept of alien abduction.

Redfern explained, "Fuller was paid well to help nurture the imagery of 'alien abductions' via The Interrupted Journey. And I don't mean paid well by his publisher..."

Again, please allow me to emphasize the above circumstances do not all necessarily have anything to do with one another and the Hill incident may be the combined results of any number of circumstances. My primary point, please, is that if we are going to accept the work of researchers that includes explanations involving literal beings from another world, we should hold those researchers responsible for addressing the above circumstances in reasonable proportion to the extents they promote the notion the Hills were kidnapped by doctors from the stars. At the least, we should consider it unreasonable that some of those researchers refuse to even address points such as listed above.


on Jul 22nd, 2014, 03:40am, Sysconfig wrote:
http://mindjustice.org/censored12-06.htm


THE SCIENTISTS

Dr. Ewen Cameron

Once the details of MKULTRA came to light, the focus in the media and in the Senate, was on the use of drugs, especially LSD. While the researchers within the project did indeed concentrate on developing a variety of hallucinogenic concoctions, they did so with an end in mind. The goal was to devise means and methods of enabling undercover operatives, soldiers, contractors or anyone who was involved in secret projects, to be able to keep those secrets if they were captured or interrogated. Hypnosis, combined with drugs, sensory deprivation and systematic abuse were seen as a means to that end. The leader in this pharmaceutical and psychological research was Dr. Ewen Cameron. Cameron was at the time, one of the most esteemed psychiatrists in the world. As president of the American Psychiatric Association, Canadian Psychiatric Association, and one of the founders of the World Psychiatric Association, Dr. Cameron began experimenting on brainwashing techniques as early as the 1930s with schizophrenic patients. At this time lobotomies were not yet in common use, though the procedure would begin to be implemented in 1936 on a wide scale. Electroshock therapy was some years from being accepted as a primary means of changing behavior...


on Jul 22nd, 2014, 1:10pm, jjflash wrote:
Sys, I think virtually an entire life's work could be dedicated to Cameron and MKULTRA Subproject 68 alone. I've read some of the declassified docs, such as Cameron's proposals for funding and resulting reports. I'm challenged for words, honestly...

Ya know an interesting side note? You guys remember Don Donderi? ...that psychologist that claimed Hopkins' so-called sketches were a big deal and published a critically panned book a year or so ago claiming to be a scientific review of the evidence of alien abduction?

Well, he started working with Alan Memorial Institute/McGill University (site of Subproject 68) in 1962, according to his resume. As a matter of fact, he went on to work there for many years and be a leader of the school's psych department, resulting in eventually fielding questions about the actions of Cameron. I find that interesting.


on Jul 30th, 2014, 11:41am, jjflash wrote:
https://web.archive.org/web/20110718133702/http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/scotland/article495413.ece


Brainwash victims win cash claims

The Sunday Times [of London via Wayback Machine]

October 17, 2004

HUNDREDS of mentally ill patients who were subjected to barbaric CIA-funded brainwashing experiments by a Scottish doctor could be entitled to compensation following a landmark court ruling...


The context goes something like this:

Hill case --> MKULTRA Subproject 68/Cameron taking place at McGill in Montreal --> Psychologist and ufologist Donderi employed at McGill --> Subproject 68 victims awarded damages for the actions of CIA and Cameron --> Redfern research & suspicions

None of it proves anything, but that's the context and mentality behind conducting further research and the possible connections to ufology.

Hope that helps.
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« Reply #124 on: Jul 31st, 2014, 8:37pm »

Call me pedantic if you like.

A lucid moment..you are making very good progress doctor wink

But I dont think inserting UFO labels here and there makes the thread any more relevant..than if we added PTB does.

But we"ll try to make you happy..

.these were real UFO people..real black deeds..and I am sure..even UFO Valle walks a tightrope..and takes care..just as Daniel Sheehan does in the UFO disclosure project after the the CIA bankkrupted the Christic foundation that exposed the UFO Iran Contra affair..The men were pardoned by UFO Bush..one working with the Myan lanski UFO mob..and the UFO court judge had been legal counsel to the very UFO CIA.
One of Sheehans new foundations deals with the lakota indians and the UFO states taking them away and placing in non UFO indian homes....very legal abductions..serving a higher purpose..I am sure..

.one hand washes another.UFO .just as it is being done in Snowden..and Blurrology..
An opportunity to discuss these UFO fine points of field testing methodology.the scientific method! .is always welcome..if not sorely needed...and ..we cannot afford to ignore them..

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« Reply #125 on: Aug 1st, 2014, 5:16pm »

on Jul 31st, 2014, 8:37pm, Sysconfig wrote:
Call me pedantic if you like.

A lucid moment..you are making very good progress doctor wink

But I dont think inserting UFO labels here and there makes the thread any more relevant..than if we added PTB does.

But we"ll try to make you happy..

.these were real UFO people..real black deeds..and I am sure..even UFO Valle walks a tightrope..and takes care..just as Daniel Sheehan does in the UFO disclosure project after the the CIA bankkrupted the Christic foundation that exposed the UFO Iran Contra affair..The men were pardoned by UFO Bush..one working with the Myan lanski UFO mob..and the UFO court judge had been legal counsel to the very UFO CIA.
One of Sheehans new foundations deals with the lakota indians and the UFO states taking them away and placing in non UFO indian homes....very legal abductions..serving a higher purpose..I am sure..

.one hand washes another.UFO .just as it is being done in Snowden..and Blurrology..
An opportunity to discuss these UFO fine points of field testing methodology.the scientific method! .is always welcome..if not sorely needed...and ..we cannot afford to ignore them..

grin


Much better, you managed to get quite a few ufo words and ideas in there....now only if we could get you to post something that makes sense.

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« Reply #126 on: Aug 1st, 2014, 5:26pm »

The prescription is working..You managed to recognize words and ideas..thats a start..
I wouldn't want you to have a bad reaction due to an overdose grin
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« Reply #127 on: Aug 3rd, 2014, 10:37pm »

In Re Sheehan....

http://www.presidentialufo.com/jimmy-carter/98-the-marcia-smith-story-the-presidents-ufo-study


"In the second report they had drawings of different shapes of UFOs that have been sighted," continued Sheehan. "They didn’t site any particular cases, but they said that they believed there was a significant number of instances where the official United States Air Force investigations were unable to discount the possibility that one or more of these vehicles was actually from one of these extraterrestrial civilizations. They put this together, and sent it over to the President. I ended up seeing a copy of it."

Sheehan’s contact with the CRS went only to Marcia Smith. It did not extend to Smith boss, Dr. Jack Gibbons. Sheehan told this writer that he was not even aware of whom Gibbons was. It is assumed that Gibbons knew, and approved of the UFO related reports that Smith was writing. This would extend to the secret UFO report prepared for the House of Representatives, and President Carter, if the story Sheehan tells is true.

This connection is important because following a long period as the head of the Office of Technological Assessment for the Congressional Research Service, Dr. Gibbons went on to become Assistant to the President for Science and Technology in the Clinton White House. As science advisor to President Clinton, Gibbons dealt with the Rockefeller White House UFO initiated by Lawrence Rockefeller. Despite his close relationship to the UFO investigations that were being conducted by Marcia Smith, during and just after the Carter administration, Gibbons strangely told Rockefeller in 1993, that he was totally ignorant of the UFO subject.

Oh Oh You don't lie to Rockefeller

According to 1,000 pages of UFO documents released by the Clinton Office for Science and Technology Policy, Gibbons quickly overcame his claimed UFO ignorance. He not only met with Rockefeller and his representatives about UFOs, but he headed up a White House initiative to declassify documents that it was hoped would reveal the true story of the events surrounding the crash of an object near Roswell, New Mexico in July 1947.

Finally, in research to discovery if Smith produced a secret UFO report for President Carter, a strange discovery was made. As noted above, in 1976 Marcia Smith headed up a research report prepared by the Congressional Research Service titled "The UFO Enigma." Strangely, the very next year, 1977, a book using exactly the same title "The UFO Enigma" was published by Doubleday. The author was arch-debunker of UFOs, Donald Menzel.

http://www.spacepolicyonline.com/pages/images/stories/Marcia%20Smith%20publications%20most%20recent.pdf

Marci was the defacto Guru on Soviet Space Technology..



on the debunkers
n addition to his academic and popular contributions to the field of astronomy, Menzel was a prominent skeptic concerning the reality of UFOs. He authored or co-authored three popular books debunking UFOs: Flying Saucers - Myth - Truth - History (1953),[7] The World of Flying Saucers (1963, co-authored with Lyle G Boyd),[3] and The UFO Enigma (1977, co-authored with Ernest H. Taves).[8] All of Menzel's UFO books argued that UFOs are nothing more than misidentification of prosaic phenomena such as stars, clouds and airplanes; or the result of people seeing unusual atmospheric phenomena they were unfamiliar with. He often suggested that atmospheric hazes or temperature inversions could distort stars or planets, and make them appear to be larger than in reality, unusual in their shape, and in motion. In 1968, Menzel testified before the U.S. House Committee on Science and Astronautics - Symposium on UFOs, stating that he considered all UFO sightings to have natural explanations.

He was perhaps the first prominent scientist to offer his opinion on the matter, and his stature doubtless influenced the mainstream and academic response to the subject. Perhaps Menzel's earliest public involvement in UFO matters was his appearance on a radio documentary directed and narrated by Edward R. Murrow in mid-1950. (Swords, 98)

Menzel had his own UFO experience when he observed a 'flying saucer' while returning on 3 March 1955 from the North Pole on the daily Air Force Weather "Ptarmigan" flight. His account is in both Menzel & Boyd[3] and Menzel & Taves.[8] He later identified it as a mirage of Sirius, but Steuart Campbell claims that it was a mirage of Saturn.[9]


In 1932 he moved to Harvard. During World War II Menzel was asked to join the Navy as Lieut. Commander, to head a division of intelligence, where he used his many-sided talents, including deciphering enemy codes. Even until 1955, he worked with the Navy improving radio-wave propagation by tracking the sun's emissions and studying the effect of the aurora on radio propagation for the Department of Defense (Menzel & Boyd, p. 60[3]). Returning to Harvard after the war, he was appointed acting director of the Harvard Observatory in 1952, and was the full director from 1954 to 1966. The term "Menzel Gap" was used to refer to the absence of astronomical photographic plates during a brief period in the 1950s when plate-making operations were temporarily halted by Menzel as a cost-cutting measure.[4] He retired from Harvard in 1971. From 1964 to his death, Menzel was a U.S. State Department consultant for Latin American affairs.

http://www.amazon.com/Ernest-H.-Taves/e/B001KIPZDI/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1

"He tried to sell his stories from an early age," his son, Henry V. Taves of Louisiana, said yesterday. "Writing was something he always had in the back of his mind and just kept on pursuing. He was absolutely thrilled when his story was actually published."

By 1968, Dr. Taves began writing fiction seriously, giving up his private psychiatry and psychoanalysis practice by 1972.

Many of his stories appeared in various periodicals during the 1970s and he published numerous book reviews, two books on the history of the Mormon Church, and "The UFO Enigma," a book examining the UFO phenomenon from a psychoanalyst's and astronomer's perspective. His co-author was astronomer Donald H. Menzel.

Born and raised in Aberdeen, Idaho, Dr. Taves graduated from Aberdeen High School before attending Oregon State College and Columbia College. He earned his doctorate from Columbia University and his medical degree from New York University College of Medicine.

He then joined the US Army Medical Corps, serving from 1946 to 1948, reaching the rank of captain while he was chief of the neuropsychiatric section at the 155th Station Hospital in Yokohama, Japan.

Upon leaving the Army, Dr. Taves moved to New York City, where he established a practice in psychiatry and psychoanalysis, which he relocated to Cambridge in 1954.

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« Reply #128 on: Aug 5th, 2014, 12:13am »

on Aug 3rd, 2014, 10:37pm, Sysconfig wrote:
In Re Sheehan....


He, Cameron, Bassett and similar ETH advocates will be featured at an event in Toronto at the end of this month. It's affiliated with UFOContact.com, an outfit that sells an app for making contact with ET, among other purported functions. The website does not provide clear info about conference organizers or funding entities, but does offer an email address for media inquiries.

The upcoming retreat will include workshops and contact experiences with ET - if it doesn't rain. I kid you not:

http://ufocontact.com/retreat/

We see the focus to be on the explanations and role of the consciousness connection to what we know as ET or inter-dimensionals; raising our awareness of the essential nature of paradigm world view issues; and the exploration of different methods to create effective ET contact. Your resident retreat package includes 2 or 3 night accommodation, all meals and snacks, all seminars, workshops and weather permitting creating Human Initiated Contact Experiences under the Canadian skies! Non resident packages include all meals, seminars, workshops and evening contact sessions!
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« Reply #129 on: Aug 5th, 2014, 12:53am »

on Aug 5th, 2014, 12:13am, jjflash wrote:
He, Cameron, Bassett and similar ETH advocates will be featured at an event in Toronto at the end of this month. It's affiliated with UFOContact.com, an outfit that sells an app for making contact with ET, among other purported functions. The website does not provide clear info about conference organizers or funding entities, but does offer an email address for media inquiries.

The upcoming retreat will include workshops and contact experiences with ET - if it doesn't rain. I kid you not:

http://ufocontact.com/retreat/

We see the focus to be on the explanations and role of the consciousness connection to what we know as ET or inter-dimensionals; raising our awareness of the essential nature of paradigm world view issues; and the exploration of different methods to create effective ET contact. Your resident retreat package includes 2 or 3 night accommodation, all meals and snacks, all seminars, workshops and weather permitting creating Human Initiated Contact Experiences under the Canadian skies! Non resident packages include all meals, seminars, workshops and evening contact sessions!


haha ask Sheehan and should you bring your Rosary beads with you.lol..whats happened to him?...

I think there was a vid of one of the guys Greer doing this in a desert years and years ago... grin

Hmm transferred all assets to wife..shmart if you get sued..

Oh well..Dan paid his dues..there must be something else..he is looking for..
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« Reply #130 on: Aug 5th, 2014, 1:35pm »

Yes, Greer has been conducting "contact experiences", workshops on training people to make contact and marketing related products for years. In just a few days he'll be doing so at Joshua Tree:

http://contactinthedesert.com/

If one were to dig around his website or browse through my posts on him at 'Orlando Paranormal Examiner', they'd find info about his training for interplanetary ambassadors and such. It won't surprise you to hear it's rather pricey to be admitted into such exclusive company.
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on Aug 5th, 2014, 1:35pm, jjflash wrote:
Yes, Greer has been conducting "contact experiences", workshops on training people to make contact and marketing related products for years. In just a few days he'll be doing so at Joshua Tree:

http://contactinthedesert.com/

If one were to dig around his website or browse through my posts on him at 'Orlando Paranormal Examiner', they'd find info about his training for interplanetary ambassadors and such. It won't surprise you to hear it's rather pricey to be admitted into such exclusive company.



Almost sounds like the crap Scientology gets away with.
If there's a buck to be made someone will figure out a way.

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on Aug 5th, 2014, 1:43pm, drwu23 wrote:
Almost sounds like the crap Scientology gets away with.
If there's a buck to be made someone will figure out a way.

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Spot on Doc!!!

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Psy Ops and Mind Control: Then, Now and the UFO Community

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"It should still be classified – if nothing else, to keep information the division developed out of the hands of some nut."

- Dr. Andrew Cowan, former chief of Fort Detrick Special Operations Division, as quoted by Hank P. Albarelli Jr.


In a series of articles, blog posts and books spanning the past few years, researchers reported significant aspects of past and current psychological operations conducted by the US intelligence community. Author Hank Albarelli Jr., psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Kaye and investigative journalist Jason Leopold reported on such topics as previously unknown aspects of efforts to control the human mind. They collectively covered the CIA use of drugs as tools of interrogation, events surrounding the violent death of Frank Olson and the manner the activities and duration of Project ARTICHOKE were intentionally misrepresented to the public for decades. During the course of their research, which included dozens of FOIA requests, it became increasingly clear these were not exclusively matters of distant yesteryear, but circumstances of which correlations could be directly drawn to ongoing and current events.

It was discovered by Kaye and Leopold in 2012 that detainees in the custody of the US military were currently being forced to take powerful drugs while incarcerated and during the course of interrogation. A white paper previously published by Physicians for Human Rights concluded that "possible human experimentation" was being conducted during the course of such operations, and suggested a thorough investigation should be launched. Detainees were in some instances forced to submit to injections upon arrival at sites, sometimes without being informed of what they were taking, and in at least one circumstance a detainee was given an injection during an interrogation in a "deliberate ruse" in which he was told it was "truth serum".

Further research indicated the CIA had long played a deceptive shell game of moving activities from one project to another. This seemed to include changing the titles assigned to certain procedures to more politically acceptable terms when the expressions fell out of public and Congressional favor, while in actuality continuing to conduct virtually unrestricted operations.

Did this mean "mind control", which became "behavior modification", had eventually evolved to become the current buzz phrase, "enhanced interrogation techniques"? Was it all the evolution of the same general chain of research? And is it not a reasonable perspective that, by any other name, it all amounts to torture?

What might the work of such researchers as Albarelli, Kaye and Leopold indicate about the mysteries perennially explored on blogs such as this? And, ultimately, is the UFO angle a relatively insignificant aspect of the overall topic, at least as compared to the violations of human rights?

Consideration should indeed be given to the questions of ethics that are bound to arise when medical doctors and similar professionals become employed in the administration of torture and experimentation of involuntary research subjects. That may well be considered the primary issue. Even so, does it not remain apparent – and relevant, at least to the UFO community - that lines between the job descriptions of intelligence officers and ufologists are subject to blurring?

In order to formulate answers to such questions, let us review some of the events that took place from the last several decades to present. Our review will include operations conducted by the IC, the work of some leading writer/researchers, and events of potential interest occurring within the UFO community.

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http://ufotrail.blogspot.com/2014/08/psy-ops-and-mind-control-then-now-and.html
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http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_psychotronicweapons10.htm

A report derived from the testing program of the Microwave Research Department at the Walter Read Army Institute of research states,
"Microwave pulses appear to couple to the central nervous system and produce stimulation similar to electric stimulation unrelated to heat".
In a many times replicated experiment microwaves pulsed in an exact frequency caused the efflux of calcium ions from the nerve cells (1,2).

Calcium plays a key role in the firing of neurons and Ross Adey, member of the first scientific team which published this experiment, publicly expressed his conviction that this effect of electromagnetic radiation would interfere with concentration on complex tasks (7).

Robert Becker, who had share in the discovery of the effect of pulse-fields at the healing of broken bones, published the excerpts from the report from Walter Reed Army Institute testing program. In the first part "prompt debilitation effects" should have been tested (8).

Were not those effects based on the experiment by Ross Adey and others with calcium efflux?

British scientist John Evans, working in the same field, wrote that both Ross Adey and Robert Becker lost their positions and research grants and called them "free-thinking exiles" (6). In 1975, in the USA, a military experiment was published where pulsed microwaves produced, in the brain of a human subject, an audio perception of numbers from 1 to 10 (9). Again the possibility to convince human being that it is mentally ill is obvious.

The testing program of American Walter Read Army Institute of Research, where the experiment took place, counts with "prompt auditory stimulation by means of auditory effects" and finally aims at "behavior controlled by stimulation" (8). Let us imagine that the words delivered into the brain were transcribed into ultrasound frequencies. Would not then the subject perceive those words as his own thoughts? And could not then his behavior be controlled in this way?

The American Air Force 1982 "Final Report On Biotechnology Research Requirements For Aeronautical Systems Through the Year 2000" states:
"While initial attention should be toward degradation of human performance through thermal loading and electromagnetic field effects, subsequent work should address the possibilities of directing and interrogating mental functioning, using externally applied fields" (10).
Several scientists warned that latest advances in neurophysiology could be used for the manipulation of human brain.

In June 1995, Michael Persinger, who worked on the American Navy's project of Non-lethal electromagnetic weapons (11), published, in a scientific magazine, an article where he states: the technical capability to influence directly the major portion of the approximately six billion brains of the human species without mediation through classical sensory modalities by generating neural information within a physical medium within which all members of the species are immersed is now marginally feasible (12).

In 1998, the French National Bioethics Committee warned that neuroscience is being increasingly recognized as posing potential threat to human rights (13).

In May 1999 the neuroscientists conference, sponsored by the UN, took place in Tokyo. In the declaration we read:
"Today we have intellectual, physical and financial resources to master the power of the brain itself, and to develop devices to touch the mind and even control or erase consciousness. We wish to profess our hope that such pursuit of knowledge serves peace and welfare" (14).

Among the countries with the most advanced military technologies those are the USA which did not present any international initiative demanding the ban of technologies enabling the remote control of human mind. (The original version of the bill by Denis J. Kucinich was changed.)

All the same, according to the study published by STOA, the USA are the major promoter of the use of those arms.

Non lethal technology was included into NATO military doctrine due to their effort:
"At the initiative of the USA, within the framework of NATO, a special group was formed, for the perspective use of devices of non-lethal effects" states the record from the session of the Committee on Security of the Russian State Duma (29).
The report published by STOA states:
"In October 1999 NATO announced a new policy on non-lethal weapons and their place in allied arsenals" (34). "In 1996 non-lethal tools identified by the U.S. Army included directed energy systems" and "radio frequency weapons" (35) - those weapons, as was suggested in the STOA report as well, are being associated with the effects on human nervous system.
According to the Russian government informational agency FAPSI, in the last 15 years, the U.S. expenses on the development and acquisition of the means of informational war grew four times and at present time they occupy the first place among all military programs (17),(3).

Though there are other concepts of informational war than mind control, the unwillingness of the USA to engage in the negotiations aimed at the ban of the manipulation of human brains might indicate their intent to use those means in internal as well as international affairs.
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