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neurological research should not be used against human beings

Mojmir Babacek mbabacek at iol.cz
Sat Mar 27 09:22:29 EST 1999




"Neuroscience is being increasingly recognized as posing potential
threat to human
rights" (from the article on the annual public meeting of the French
National
Bioethics Committee in magazine Nature, volume 391, January 22, 1998)

       PSYCHOELECTRONIC THREAT TO DEMOCRACY  -  THE SECRET  ARMS  RACE

THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND THE USA BUILT RADAR SYSTEMS THAT COULD
ENABLE THEM TO CONTROL THE MINDS OF WHOLE POPULATIONS

             SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION, MILITARY DOCUMENTS,
            WARNINGS BY CIVILIAN AND MILITARY RESEARCHERS

                           CONTENTS

 1. The History - the scandal  in the USA and electrical stimulation
of
    the brain.
 2. Mind stimulating devices can alter our psyche
 3. Scientific experiments and patents - effects of electromagnetism
on
    animal and human organisms and brains
 4. American military documents on the development of radiofrequency
    weapons -the nervous system  function is not much different from
the
    radio receiver
 5. The  Secret arms race and hushed up scandal in the USSR
 6. Thought control and the invention of Igor Smirnov
 7. American radar system  HAARP could be used for the global control
of
    human minds
 8. A secret conference organized by the American National Laboratory
in
    Los Alamos
 9. Have the radiofrequency weapons been  put to use yet?
10. The Revolution in military affairs may result in the destruction
of
    democracy
11. Warnings by civil and military scientists
The missing parts and chapters and the list of those who support the
ban of
radiofrequency weapons controling the functions of human brain you can
find at the address:
http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Campus/2289/webpage.htm


HISTORY  -  THE SCANDAL IN THE USA IN THE SEVENTIES AND THE ELECTRICAL
BRAIN
STIMULATION

     When in 1951 American secret services started work on the project
Artichoke they have
set their goals as follows: "Evolution and development of any method
by which we can get
information from a person against his will and without his
knowledge... Can we get control of
an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his
will and even against such
fundamental laws of nature such as self preservation?"
   The signals  in the nerves, in  the brain and the  whole body are
carried  by  weak  electrical
impulses.  The scientists who experimented since  1930 with the
electrical stimulation of  the
brain inserted tiny wires (electrodes) into the brains of animals and
humans and  stimulated the
nerves in different  points of the brain by impulses of weak
electrical current. In  this way they
produced reactions normally  aroused by  sensory perceptions  or
events  inside of  the
organism.  Jose Delgado, who wrote, in 1969, the book (5) resuming
this research, quotes
there a man with whom the bending of the arm was stimulated. When
asked to straighten it up,
he said: "Your electricity is stronger than my willpower."  Women,
with whom the pleasure
centers were stimulated, offered their therapists marriage. The author
of another book on this
topic, of 1990, John Stanton Yeomans (6), writes that by electrical
stimulation of the brain
even the complex thoughts were aroused.
     In 1986 the United States Attorney General held a conference on
the Less than Lethal
Weapons. In the report on this conference is stated: "Participants
also discussed the use of
various wave lengths and forms of administration of electromagnetic
energy as a non-lethal
weapon. A substantial amount of preliminary research has been
conducted in this area... One
conference participant noted that  scientific knowledge of human
physiology is progressing to
the point where it may  soon  be possible to target specific
physiologic systems with specific
frequencies of electromagnetic radiation to produce much more subtle
and fine-tuned effects
than those produced by photic driving  (9)."

SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENTS AND PATENTS - EFFECTS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC
RADIATION ON ANIMAL
AND HUMAN ORGANISMS AND BRAINS

      The evidence for the effects of electromagnetic signals on
isolated neurons published in
1975 H. Wachtel in the Annals of New York Academy of Sciences (10).
The whole volume
of this issue (over 500 pages) is dedicated to the Conference on
"Biological Effects on Non-
ionizing Radiation". The introductory lecture was delivered by captain
Paul Tyler, director of
the U.S. Navy Electromagnetic Radiation Project between 1970 and 1977.
Among the
reasons for his presence at the conference was an effort to persuade
the scientists to hire
psychologists on the research teams. In the experiment of H. Wachtel
the microwaves in the
frequencies of 1,5 and 2,45 Ghz, pulsed and not pulsed induced the
activity of isolated
neurons.
     In the experiment by McAffee (13) the microwaves pulsed at 300,
600 and 1000 Hz
produced uneasiness to breath (leading even to suffocation) in rats.
Capt. Tyler in his
contribution to the book "Low Intensity Conflict and Modern
 Technology" writes: "It has also
been shown that normal breathing takes place at certain frequencies
and amplitudes and not at
others. Animals forced to breath at certain unnatural frequencies
develop severe respiratory
distress." In the context of his paper those are rather the effects on
people that are in question.
     In 1968, the Russian academician A.S. Presman published a book
"Electromagnetic Fields
and Life" (23) where he presented theory that electromagnetic signals
have for the living matter
the meaning of information, e.g. that they exert control over its
intrinsic processes.  In his book
he mentions the experiment of S. Turlygin from the year 1937 where
centimeter waves induced
in people feelings of sleepiness and feebleness. The list of literary
sources at the end of the
book of A.S. Presman is already 28 pages long.
      One of the highly respected experts working in this field, Ross
Adey, who admits that he is
working in military research, published in 1974 the results of
experiments with microwaves at
frequency 147 MHz pulsed at 6 - 10 Hz and 450 MHz  pulsed at 16 Hz.
Those signals
increased the efflux of calcium ions from nerve cells (25).
     Robert Becker, who has been twice nominated for the Nobel prize
for the work in this field
of science, writes in the book "Body Electric" (26) that Ross Adey
have publicly expressed his
expectation that this efflux of calcium ions would interfere with
concentration on complex tasks,
disrupt sleep patterns, and change brain function  in other ways that
can not be predicted yet."
(The calcium ions play a key role in the transmission of nerve
impulses).
     In 1962 published Allan H. Frey in the "Journal of Applied
Physiology" (27) the results of
experiments with transmission of sounds into the brain by
electromagnetic radiation at a
distance of  up to 1000 feet. The "electromagnetic" sounds were heard
by deaf as well as
sound people. The radiofrequency sound was "described as being buzz,
clicking, hiss or
knocking, depending on several transmitter parameters, i.e.  pulse
width and pulse repetition
rate"  (frequency) . In his report A.  Frey writes that so far only
the visual system has been
shown to respond to electromagnetic energy and he notices that "With
somewhat different
transmission parameters we can  induce the perception of severe
buffeting of the head.." and
"Changing ... parameters again, one can induce a "pins-and-needles"
sensation."
     His experiment was replicated several times by other scientists
(28). Another, more
advanced, experiment with the transmission of radiofrequency sounds
into the brain was
published only inadvertently. Don R. Justesen used, in the article on
"Microwaves and
Behavior" (30), the result of an experiment described to him over the
telephone conversation
by his colleague J. C. Sharp, who worked on  a military project.
Joseph C. Sharp was
employed on the project Pandora of the American Navy, officially
designed to research of the
radiofrequency radiation emitted on the American Embassy in Moscow
from the 60s until the
begining of 80s.  At the Walter Reed Army Institute he improved the
method of A. Frey to the
point that he transmitted into his brain words which he could
understand.
     The scientific personality, which was apparently on the cutting
edge at this time, was Patrick
Flanagan.  An independent researcher who in 1958, in 14 years of his
age, presented to the
United States Patent Office a neurophone, the invention which made it
possible for deaf people
to hear (31). The device converts sound into electrical impulses that
propagate along the skin
into the brain. For the employees of the patent office the invention
was incredible and Patrick
Flanagan managed to persuade them that the invention could work only
after 6 years when he
demonstrated it making a deaf employee of the Office hear the first
time after 15 years. But
even then the invention did not get to the deaf people. Patrick
Flanagan improved the invention
technically and submitted it under a new patent number 3,647,970.
Though his device emitted
radiofrequency waves into the brain through the skin, he added to the
accompanying text the
sentences: "The simplified speech waveform can be transmitted directly
through the earth or
water  and be understood either directly from the medium or after
simple amplification. The
simplified waveform can easily  be encoded by scrambling to provide
secure voice
communications." Patrick Flanagan believes that it was due to those
lines that the United States
Defense Intelligence Agency placed his invention under a secrecy order
as a matter of national
security. Patrick Flanagan was forbidden from conducting further
research or even talking
about his technology for another four years. In the 1990s  the
American company Earthpulse
who was selling neurophones had set up its business representation in
Germany. In 1996, all
the same, evidently out of the fear that the secret military
technology could get understood by
the general public, the neurophone was put under a secrecy order by
the U.S. Defense
Intelligence agency (the news was published in Earthpulse Flashpoints
No1, Earthpulse,
Alaska, USA, 1996). In the accompanying text to his patent P. Flanagan
also writes: "The
present invention involves discovery that certain electromagnetic
waves induce reponses in the
nervous system of mammals... Each individual nervous system is at
least somewhat selective in
respect to the frequencies to which it is most responsive."
      There are other four patents registered with the U.S. Patent
Office using the microwave
hearing phenomenon. The patent #4877027
http://www.patents.usptogov./cgi-
bin/ilink4?INDEX+0+4877027+F (this patent was bought by the IBM
corporation - see
http://patent.womplex.ibm.com/details?patent_number=__4877027 ) with
the title "Hearing systém"  by
Wayne B. Brunkan, issued on October 31, 1989. In the abstract we read:
"Sound is induced
in the head of a person by radiating the head with microwaves in the
range of 100 MHz to
10.000 MHz that are modulated with particular waveform." The patent #
4858612 by Philip L.
Stocklin, issued on August 22, 1989 entitled "Hearing
device"http://patents.uspto.gov/cgi-
bin/ilink4?INDEX+0+4858612+F. In the abstract we read: "A method and
apparatus for simulation
of hearing in mammals by introduction of a plurality of microwaves
into the region of  the
auditory cortex." The patent # 3766331 by Zink, issued on October 10,
1973 - "Hearing aid
for producing sensations in the brain" and patent # 3629521 by Andrija
Puharich, December
1971, "Hearing systems".
     Robert Becker, in his book "Body Electric" writes about an
experiment by J. F. Schapitz in
1974. It was released voluntarily on basis of  Freedom of Information
Act and for that matter
R. Becker takes it "with a pillar of salt". J. F. Schapitz stated: "In
this investigation it will be
shown that the spoken word of hypnotist may also be conveyed by
modulated electromagnetic
energy directly into the subconcscious parts of the human brain - i.
e. without employing any
technical devices for receiving or transcoding the messages and
without the person exposed to
such influence having a chance to control the information input
consciously." In one of the four
experiments subjects should have been given a test of  hundred
questions, ranging from easy to
technical ones. Later, not knowing they were being irradiated they
would be subjected to
information beams suggesting the answers to the questions they had
left blank, amnesia for
some of their correct answers and memory falsification of their
correct answers. After 2 weeks
they had to pass the test again.The results of those experiments were
never published. Later on
we will discuss  the possiblities how this could be done.

AMERICAN MILITARY DOCUMENTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF RADIOFREQUENCY
WEAPONS
-   THE   NERVOUS   SYSTEM   CAN   BE  COMPARED TO A RADIO RECEIVER

     In  the 1986 the American Air Force issued a book "Low Intensity
Conflict and Modern
Technology" (19).  In the foreword Newt Gingrich, member of the U.S.
House of
Representatives writes: "The United States is on the verge of a
dramatic change in its ability to
cope with low-intensity conflict... This book is a serious effort to
make thinking about and
working on low-intensity conflict easier, more understandable and more
effective." The chapter
on the "Electromagnetic Spectrum  in Low Intensity Conflict" wrote
Capt. Paul Tyler. At the
beginning he quotes "Final Report on Biotechnology Research
Requirements for Aeronautical
Systems Through the Year 2000" issued by American Air Force in 1982:
"Currently available
data allow the projection that specially generated radiofrequency
radiation (RFR) fields may
pose a powerful and revolutionary antipersonnel military threats...
the increasing understanding
of the brain as an electrically mediated organ suggested the serious
probability that 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 miliamperes
through the myocardium can lead to cardiac standstill and death... A
rapidly scanning RFR
system  could provide an effective stun or kill capability over a
large area. System effectiveness
will be a function of wave form, field intensity, pulse width,
repetition frequency, and carrier
frequency."
     The last line defines the technical principle of the control of
cerebral functions. Though it is
too short to provide the understanding of how such a technology may
work. It is generally
known that the information inside of the brain is "translated" and
transferred by a number and
frequency of nerve impulses, while the intensity of the feeling or
perception usually corresponds
to the intensity of electrical current. Another phenomenon generally
accepted in the modern
scientific literature is a synchronization of frequencies of emitted
nerve impulses in different
parts of the brain in reaction to the stimuli which catch the
attention of the brain (34). Per E.
Roland from the Laboratory for Brain Research and Positron Emission
Tomography at the
Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, engaged  in the research
of brain activation in
reaction to different stimuli. He studied the influx of blood,
bringing the nutrition to the activated
areas of the  brain. In this way he was finding the different areas or
columns of neurons which
got activated in reaction to different stimuli. He writes that looking
at the distribution of those
activated areas in the brain, he can tell what is the subject a person
is thinking about. Then he
asks a question whether those so called "metabolical columns" have
common
electrophysiological properties, e.g. whether their electrical
activity is identical. The reply to this
question he finds in the work of German scientists Schopman and
Stryker from 1981 who
"showed that in the visual cortex of the cat, the metabolic columns
corresponded with
electrophysiologically defined columns in which the neurons had
orientation specificity for the
stimulus used." This means that different stimuli produce in the brain
different electrical events.
In the opposite direction Whitsel and Juliano (1989) found that
"metabolic columns only
occurred at cortical locations where the neurons possessed
electrophysiologically defined
functional properties related to the stimulus."  Skarda and Freeman
(1987) and Singer (1990)
"advanced the concept that neurons in different active columns
synchronize their electrical
oscillatory activity in response to optimal inputs" (35).
     Wolf  Singer (36) describes an experiment where two different
stimuli produced at the
same time are observed in the brain. They were "represented by two
independently oscillating
assemblies of cells".  According to Wolf Singer the differences in
brain activity in reaction to
different stimuli  are represented by different groups of neurons
oscillating in different
frequencies. Walter  J. Freeman, who has already for years measured
the brain activity in
reaction to different stimuli by many microelectrodes at the same
time, presented already in
1975 a hypothesis "that a novel external stimulus is broadly
transmitted from  the primary
sensory cortex or thalamus to other parts of the cortex...
transmission occurs at some
characteristic frequency, and...  reception occurs in... sets tuned to
that frequency" (37).
(Electroencephalographers have no doubt that those are those
synchronizations which appear
on the EEG recordings and are already capable to recognize the speech
frequencies - see
Continuous Wave-Form Analysis, journal: Electroencephalography and
Clinical
Neurophysiology, supplement no. 45, 1996).
     And what happens when an external electromagnetic frequency is
applied to the brain? H.
Frolich from the Department of Physics at the University of Liverpool,
England, writes:
oscillations produced by coherent excitation of a single polar mode
"yield long range,
frequency selective, interactions between systems with equal
excitation frequencies" (38).  In
other words it is basically the frequency of nerve impulses e.g.
frequency of electrical currents
e.g. - from military point of view - frequency of electromagnetic
waves that defines the activity
of the brain, and we can always bypass the physical perception by
electromagnetic signals
which will produce, in the brain, the same electrophysiological events
as would be produced by
the perception. It means the events in the brain can be produced
"synthetically" from the
outside. Those findings are supported as well by the experiments of
Allan Frey and W. Guy
where electromagnetic "acoustic" signals , when tuned to the
electrophysiological properties of
cochlea or to its natural frequencies and pulse widths, produced in
the brain  the same events
as a normal sound. When the parameters of the transmitter (i.e.
frequency, pulse width etc.)
were changed, it was another brain area which resonated with the
electromagnetic signals and
so the feeling of severe buffeting on the head or pins and needles
sensation was induced. The
changed transmitter parameters resonated with another receiver in the
brain, which caused
there different type of frequency synchronizations. The same effect
reflects also the note of
Capt.  Tyler that "normal breathing takes place at certain frequencies
and amplitudes but not at
others." The radiofrequency radiation, when tuned to its frequencies
and amplitudes, hits the
part of the brain which controls the breathing and imposes another
rhythm of breathing or even
stops it  (remember that Jose Delgado could produce the same effect by
means of electric
stimulation of the brain).  So the Patrick Flanagan's neurophone works
in pretty much the same
way as a radio transmitter whose broadcasting is adjusted to the
"receiver" picking up the
signal which, in this case, appears to be cochlea. If we want to
broadcast for another
"receiver" in the nervous system, we only need to know its parameters
to be able to broadcast
the information or frequency to which the receiver is tuned up. Just
like when tuning our radio
receiver we choose the frequency at which its internal circuits will
resonate and the result is that
we listen to the radio station which we have chosen. John Marks, in
his book on CIA mind
control research quotes one of CIA research veterans recalling a
colleague's joke: "If you
could find  the natural radio frequency of a person's sphincter, you
could make him run out of
the room real fast. (43)" Different frequencies used in his
experiments with animals also Jose
Delgado. But this time the only case when the results of his work were
presented to public was
the article by Kathleen McAuliffe in OMNI magazine.  Robert Becker,
since she is friend of
his, instructed her before her trip to Spain, what questions she
should ask Jose Delgado (17).
One of those questions was whether, aside of frequencies, other
parameters of the transmitter
can make difference.  Probably being bound by national security
information law, Jose
Delgado did not answer most of the questions prepared by R. Becker.
Anyway the
waveforms, intensity of  the electric current, the pulse width and
carrier frequency are being
quoted in the scientific papers on experiments.
     From the paper of captain Tyler we did not learn anything about
the projects of the
American Navy he was working for. Robert Becker, in his book Cross
Currents presents the
report coming from the Microwave Research Department at the Walter
Reed Army Institute,
where J.C. Sharp carried out his experiment with the transmission of
words into the brain by
radiofrequency radiation. The report deals with the effects of pulsed
microwaves on nervous
system and describes the division of testing program into four parts:
1) prompt debilitating
effects, 2) prompt stimulation auditory effects (remember J.C. Sharp
one more time) 3) work
interference (stoppage effects) 4) effects on stimulus controlled
behavior. The report presents
this conclusion: "Microwave pulses appear to couple to the central
nervous system and
produce stimulation similar to electrical stimulation unrelated to
heat" (42). The idea that with
the electromagnetic stimulation of the brain the same effects can be
produced as with electric
stimulation, as Jose Delgado described it, is dismaying, but
apparently true.
     American Air Force, according to the Final Report on
Biotechnology Research
Requirements for Aeronautical Systems Through the Year 2000, divided
the research of
radiofrequency weapons into three areas:
        1) Pulsed RFR Effects" - projected research since 1980 until
1995
      2) "Mechanisms of RFR with Living Systems"  referred to as
          "continuation of ongoing research" beginning in 1980 and
forecast to
           conclude around 1997
      3) "RFR forced disruptive phenomena" - starting around 1986 with
the projected
continuation until 2010.  In the second volume of this report it is
stated that the work on the
project is progressing according to the schedule or in advance. The
last area of research is in
the second volume redefined: "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..." (44).  This formulation is probably not clear on
purpose, but the message
looks clear - the intent of the project should be to collect
electromagnetic waves emanating
from the brain and to transmit them into another brain that would
read a person's  thoughts or
to use the same procedure in order to impose somebody else's thoughts
on another person's
brain and in this way direct his actions. If it is true what Wolf
Singer tells about brain events
always differing by frequencies of synchronizations among  different
brain cells then it is not
impossible to find the thoughts frequencies. To pick them up would
probably require some
kind of passive radar and the transmission would require the
transcoding of the slow waves
emanating from the brain into the electromagnetic pulses of microwaves
on an active radar
which does not appear to be that difficult of a technical task (the
individual difference of the
thought brain frequencies should be probbly handled by computerized
translation). From the
layman's point of view the most difficult task is to pick up the brain
waves. But according to
Gordon Thomas (3) the U.S. intelligence services, during the taking of
hostages in Lebanon,
eavesdropped the conversations on the streets of Beirut from
satellites and computers
searched there for clues that could lead to a liberation of hostages.
The capabilities of military
technology go far beyond the understanding of common sense. For sure
it is interesting that the
Czech Republic is officially the unique producer of the spying passive
radar Tamara and the
United States has never ordered it from them.
     The military documents quoted here are accessible to the public
though they are not
published in the newspapers.  Our guess is that they are there in
order to get the public ready
to accept the use of the technology that is already at hand  and
sometimes in use. If you will
just only read this text, without following up with an action, you
will support this course of
events.
      Some idea of how such manipulation can feel we can get from the
lecture of Friedman
Kaiser, from the Department of Theoretical  Physics in Stuttgart,
Germany. At the conference
on Nonlinear Electrodynamics in Biological Systems (70), in his
lecture he described how does
the "entrainment" of biological system (including the brain) to the
external stimulation develop:
"Regular external perturbations interact with the internal
oscillations, the system can be
synchronized to the external drives (entrainment). A sharp frequency
response results,
exhibiting...  rather irregular behavior near the entrainment region.
On the route from the free to
the forced oscillations one finds near the region of entrainment a
nonlinear superposition of free
and forced oscillations...  the occurrence of  strongly periodic
states with submultiples of the
external frequency enables the system to couple to other frequencies
or to decouple partially
from the driving field." In simple words a man or woman who will fall
victim to complex
manipulation of the type of "strategic personality simulation" which
we will talk about in the
next chapter, will live in the condition comparable to military
occupation of a state. if this
radiation hits the whole population, it should be about the same
situation. Paul Tyler in his
paper on Electromagnetic Spectrum in Low Intensity Conflict writes
that electromagnetic
systems "are silent and countermeasures to them may be difficult to
develop."


THE AMERICAN SYSTEM HAARP COULD BE USED FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION
OF GLOBAL MIND CONTROL

     In 1992 the Independent Moscow Institute for Foreign Affairs
published in the  weekly
Stolitsa the communication by Victor Sedletski that already in 1982 in
the USSR began the
development of the new radar system which could be used to create
"psychotronic field for
mind control" (64).
     At the end of 1994 the first tests of the most powerful radar
system in the world were
carried out in Alaska. This year its power should reach 10 billion
watts. Among the main
features of the system belongs its ability to heat the ionosphere and
in this way change its
altitude. By this kind  of manipulation of the ionosphere  it is
possible to bounce the
electromagnetic waves back from the ionosphere to whichever region on
the planet. According
to the official information by the U.S. government the system HAARP is
designed for scientific
research. Anyway there are too many facts suggesting that the major
reason for its construction
are military purposes. The building of the system started the
E-Systems corporation which in
1992 made 2,1 billion dollars in sales out of which 1,8 billion were
for classified projects. The
whole project is financed by the American Navy and Air Force. The main
patent of Bernard J.
Eastlund (number 4,686,605) proposes the use of the system among
others for destruction of
navigation systems of airplanes and missiles wherever in the
atmosphere, interference with all
communication systems wherever on the planet (remember the CNN
programme on Russian
electromagnetic weapons), the global weather control and creation or
repair of the ozone
holes. Other patents connected with the system propose the use of the
system for induction of
detonations in the extent of nuclear explosions (again recall the CNN
programme) and other
military uses. In 1995 the U.S. government stopped financing of the
project until the army will
develop the application of the system for the earth penetrating
tomography. In this application
the system HAARP should be able to find, using extra low frequency
electromagnetic
radiation, deposits of minerals underneath the Earth surface, but as
well the underground
shelters, factories, tunnels and other facilities. At the end of 1995
the authors of the book
Angels don't Play This HAARP visited the director of the HAARP
program, Hecksher. He
told them that in this application the HAARP system will use
frequencies between 12 and 20
Hz or perhaps 1 Hz. Those are frequencies which affect human nervous
system. It is true those
waves are too long to make it possible to aim them at human beings and
most probably they
will not carry the biological information to affect human brains, but
still their effects on human
nervous system are not alltogether predictable. Anyway, with the
versatility of the system, it is
no problem to emit pulsed microwaves with the intention to influence
the human psyche. The
inventor of neurophone, Patrick Flanagan, in the foreword to the book
"Angels Don't Play
This HAARP" wrote: "As a result of... personal research experiences I
am acutely aware of
the  potential misuse of HAARP technology for the implementation of
global electronic mind
control" (22). The European Parliament in its resolution of January
28, 1999 is apparently
addressing also this capability of the HAARP system.

THE SECRET CONFERENCE ORGANIZED BY THE AMERICAN
 NATIONAL LABORATORY IN LOS ALAMOS

In 1993 in the December issue of the American bimonthly Microwave News
(65) appeared
the report that in November of the same year, at the John Hopkins
University (engaged in
research of radiofrequency radiation - for example Samuel Koslov, one
of the researchers in
the project Pandora, replicated there experiment where rabbits exposed
to microwave
radiation developed corneal cataracts (41)), a secret conference took
place, sponsored by the
National Laboratory in Los Alamos, involved in the development of non
lethal weapon
systems. In the invitation to this conference we read: "The purpose of
this conference is to
bring together industry, government, and academia to explore the
potential of non lethal
defense and identify requirements so that the defense community can
work together in
leveraging the non-lethal concept. Industry, particularly, will
benefit from a more precise
understanding of requirements and operational constraints regarding
non-lethal defense
technologies. All attendees will have the opportunity to embrace a new
perspective in
international relations." in simple words the objective of the
conference was to convince the
industry about the lucrativity of the production of non-lethal weapons
which will be used in the
international relations.
     On Wednesday, November 17, 1993 at 9 AM the lecture by Dr. George
Baker from
Defense Nuclear Agency was scheduled. The lecture was entitled "RF
Weapons: A Very
Attractive Non-Lethal Option".  At 11.10 AM of the same day,  Dr. Clay
Easterly from Oak
Ridge National Laboratory lectured on "Application of Extremely Low
Frequency
Electromagnetic Fields to Non-Lethal Weapons". Clay Easterly told the
Microwave News that
since the conference was closed to anyone without security clearance,
he could not discuss the
specific effects he referred to in his talk, but he admitted that his
presentation dealt with the
possibility of developing measures that would affect people.
     On the lecture by Dr. George Baker the Microwave News comment
that "it is difficult to
know, based on unclassified information, whether this "option" has
ever been used"  and "That
there were also allegations that non-ionizing radiation was used
against the women's peace
activist encampment at Greenham Common in the U.K. in the mid-1980s".
Since four and half years have passed since that conference it is
logical to suppose that the
mass production of those weapons was launched in the USA as well as in
Russia according to
Victor Sedletski.

REVOLUTION IN MILITARY AFFAIRS MAY RESULT IN THE DECLINE OF DEMOCRACY

     John B. Alexander, the former director on non lethal weapons
project at the American
National Laboratory in Los Alalmos, in his article in the Military
Review from 1980, writes:
"whoever makes the first major breakthrough in this field will have a
quantum lead over his
opponent, an advantage similar to sole possession of nuclear weapons"
(45).  Samuel Koslov,
a leading personality of the project Pandora of the American Navy and
researcher at the John
Hopkins University where the secret conference took place, in the
closing speech at the
conference on Nonlinear Electrodynamics in Biological Systems in 1983
said that the
conference had proven  that the external electric fields can "become a
key to the cellular
control console. The implications, social, economic, and even military
are enormous." Samuel
Koslov then continued: "If much of what we have heard is indeed
correct, it may be not less
significant to the nation than the prospects that faced the physics
community in 1939 when the
long-time predicted fissionability of the nucleus was actually
demonstrated. You may recall the
famous letter of Albert Einstein to President Roosvelt.  When we're in
a position to do so in
terms of our proofs, I would propose that an analogous letter is
required."
     From this perspective of the revolutionary event in the science
is derived also the book
"Revolution in Military Affairs and Conflict Short of War", issued by
the Strategic Studies
Institute at the U.S. Army War College (71). Since the national
security information is in
question, the book can not tell the readers what technology exactly is
making this revolution
feasible. From the beginning the authors are aware that the use of
this technology may run
counter to basic moral and political values of the American society
and in consequence the
revolution in military affairs would require a moral and political
revolution to come first. Since it
is difficult for them to imagine that the American Society  would
accept the ethical and political
revolution that would deprive the citizen of his privacy, they develop
a scenario of events which
would lead the American political leaders to back this revolution.
     The scenario is placed into the year 2000  and is based on the
situation of growing
terrorism, drug trafficking and criminality: "The president was thus
amenable to the use of the
sort of psychotechnology which formed the core of the  RMA (revolution
in military affairs) in
conflict short of war...As technology changed the way force was
applied, things such as
personal courage, face-to-face leadership, and the "warfighter"
mentality became irrelevant."
So the psychotechnology, which formed the core of the RMA, provided
new methods how to
influence the psyche of the adversary in place of the classical
strategy to make him fear the
death. "In the pre-RMA days, psychological operations and
psychological warfare were
primitive. As they advanced into the electronic and bioelectronic era,
it was necessary to
rethink our ethical prohibitions on manipulating the minds of enemies
(and potential enemies)
both international and domestic... Through persistent efforts and very
sophisticated domestic
"consciousness raising", old-fashioned notions of personal privacy and
national sovereignty
changed." It means creation of a society where thinking is reserved
to power elite's as it is in
totalitarian states and that the new totalitarian state should extend
all over the planet. In which
way the central power would be administered? "Potential or possible
supporters of the
insurgency around the world were identified using the comprehensive
Interagency Integrated
Database. These were categorized as "potential" or "active", with
sophisticated personality
simulations used to develop, tailor and focus psychological campaigns
for each." That this is
not altogether a science fiction proves the American Department of
Defense Directive
establishing The Non-Lethal Weapons Steering Committee,  issued on
January 1, 1995 (74).
There we read: "The term "adversary" is used above in its broadest
sense, including those who
are not declared enemies but who are engaged in activities we wish to
stop." As well, if the
United States in mid eighties were capable to eavesdrop telephonic and
other communications
around the world, why would not they be able to read minds or impose
thoughts on whichever
person in the world whose brain frequencies they will be able to
determine, in the year 2000.
     In the conclusion of the book on the Revolution in Military
Affairs the authors return to
reality. They admit that the American public and government may not be
willing to accept this
kind of revolution, but they are, as well, aware of the fact that as
the use of this technology will
be growing "we may eventually stumble into  change as ultimately
profound as deliberate
revolution." But even in this realistic part they write: "... conflict
short of war, ... is most often
won or lost through the manipulation of images, beliefs, attitudes and
perceptions. These
things... are the key military targets in conflict short of war. This
makes psychological
technology much more important than strike technology. Ways must be
found to use the
emerging technology including advanced artificial intelligence and
information dissemination
systems, to help military strategists develop, implement, and
continually improve methods of
influencing opinion, mobilizing public support, and sometimes
demobilizing it. There is also
potential for defensive psychotechnology such as "strategic
personality simulations" to aid
national security decision makers." As a reference for the last
sentence we read : "See Norman
D. Livergood and Stephen D. Williams, "Strategic Personality
Simulation: A New Strategic
Concept", unpublished draft paper, Carlisle Barracks, PAK: U.S. Army
War College, 1994".
The conclusion of the authors is: "Whether we opt for revolution or
evolution, change will
occur." In their futuristic scenario they expect that this
psychotechnology will gradually appear
"on the domestic black market and, increasingly, in American schools
and workplaces", they
do not mention the fact that this technology can be used for murders
that could not ever be
proved in the court (people would be dying from heart attacks, blood
clots etc.). To master
this kind of civilization crisis would require the further  tightening
of the totalitarian regime
which could have for effect the gradual decline of the civilization.
     If the reader would like to believe that such a scenario has
nothing in common with the
reality and  so he has no reason to fear anything, Igor Smirnov, in
his interview for the
Newsweek as well as in the interview for the Moskovskie Novosti (here
not quite openly)
admitted that the Russian Mafia is interested to get his technology.
That even the Russian
government does not take this for a joke proves the fact that there
exists in Russia the law
imposing state controls on all equipment in private hands which can be
used as "psychotronic
weaponry" (69).
     On the leaflet of an American corporation (we will not name it
since we do not support the
dissemination of those weapons) we read: "Ever want to forcibly, yet
secretly project YOUR
THOUGHTS into another people-or animals as an ovepowering EM
signal?.Range is about
50 feet. Portable, battery operated." The range of another  system
marketed on this leaflet
"used in theoretical and applied research into EM weaponry. and mind
control. exceeds 1
km." On the same leaflet an ultrasound apparatus is offered to be
bought.
     In their futuristic scenario the authors of the book on the
Revolution in Military Affairs also
write that "Whenever possible, profitability was used to encourage
private and quasi private
enterprises to develop appropriate technology... especially advanced
psychotechnology." But
the last chapter of this paper was dedicated to one such conference,
which took place in 1993.
So are we talking about the future or about the past?
     The concept of the "strategic personality stimulation" is
probably tested on some of the
people who claim to be mind control experiment's victims.
     And even the idea that the concept of the revolution in military
affairs is limited only to few
people in the American Strategic Studies Institute may not be that
correct. In 1996 Paul G.
Kaminski, the secretary from the U.S. Department of Defense said  in
front of the House of
Representatives National Security Committee: "Cosmic forces play a key
role in the emerging
revolution in military affairs and this thanks to their unique
capacity to gather, transfer and
disseminate information" (72), it is quite probable  that he was
talking about the system
HAARP capable to target whichever region of the Earth by manipulation
of the ionosphere,
and its use for psychological operations.

WARNINGS BY MILITARY AS WELL AS CIVILIAN SCIENTISTS

     In January 1998  an annual public meeting of the French National
Bioethics Committee was
held in Paris, France. Its chairman Jean- Pierre Changeux,  a
neuroscientist at the Institute
Pasteur in Paris, told the meeting that "advances in cerebral imaging
make the scope for
invasion of privacy immense. Although the equipment needed is still
highly specialized, it will
become commonplace and capable of being used at a distance... That
will open the way for
abuses such as invasion of personal liberty, control of behavior and
brainwashing.  These are
far from being science-fiction concerns... and constitute "a serious
risk to society"" (73).  At
the same meeting Denis  Le Bihan, a researcher at the French Atomic
Energy Commission said
"we can almost read people's thoughts". Those are apparently civilian
scientists.
     In October 1992 the Russian weekly Stolitsa (64) published an
article on the development
of "psychotronic weapons" where is mentioned the declaration of the
Russian academician
Kazancheyev. According to the unconfirmed news from the times of the
Russian  scandal (54)
this academician had signed for the Russian part the international
agreement of 20 states where
they obliged themselves not to use this technology against each other.
That  he does not have a
great trust in this agreement proves the fact that he writes about a
"psychic war" which, in his
view, is more dangerous than any other kind of warfare and that the
military may use
extrasensory perception to paralyze the will of other people, "turning
them into obedient
slaves". He insists on placing this kind of research under
international control.
In June 1995 the article "On the Possibility of Directly Accessing
Every Human Brain by
Electromagnetic Induction of Fundamental Algorithms" appeared in the
monthly Perceptual and
Motor Skills (43).  The author, Dr. Michael Persinger from the
Behavioral Neuroscience
Laboratory at Laurentian University in Canada, was mentioned already
by Paul Tyler in his
lecture at the conference on Emerging Electromagnetic Medicine (15).
In 1997 he published
in the journal Perception and Motor Skills (vol. 85, part 3,
pg.1411-8) the article entitled
"Control of "Choice" by Application of Electromagnetic Field
Equivalents of Spoken Words;
Mediation by Emotional Meaning Rather than Linguistic Dimensions".
According to
unconfirmed reports he was employed on the U.S. Army  project
"Sleeping Beauty" directed
towards the battlefield use of mind-altering electromagnetic weapons.
In his article Michael
Persinger  describes the ways how the individual differences among
human brains can be
overcome and comes to a conclusion: "Within the last two decades... a
potential has emerged
which was improbable but which is now marginally feasible. This
potential is 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.
The historical emergence of such possibilities... resulted in major
changes in the social evolution
that occurred inordinately quickly after the implementation. Reduction
of the risk of the
inappropriate application of these technologies requires the continued
and open discussion of
their realistic feasibility and implications within the scientific and
public domain."
     The American as well as the Russian governments protect
themselves against such
discussions by the National Information Security laws.  The already
quoted  Directive  on
Policy for Non-Lethal Weapons assigns the Non-Lethal Weapons Steering
Committee the
task to "issue security and classification guidance for non-lethal
weapon programs" (74). In the
response to a letter by Eleanor White Joan K. Christensen from the
Assembly State of New
York writes: "Thank you for contacting me with your concerns regarding
the neuro-disruptive
electronic weapon that you detailed in your correspondence.
Unfortunately, information
concerning what was referenced in your letter is highly classified,
and I am not at liberty to
divulge such information to the general public" (75).  (The fact that
this wide range of the U.S.
public officials is acquainted with those weapons is also alarming,
because their  use may be
much more widespread than is assumed in this paper. ) Under those
circumstances the only
way, how the public discussion on this topic can be provoked, is to
make the largest possible
portion of the world population aware of those classified facts. It is
our conviction that only the
global prohibition of the use of this technology under the
international surveillance can prevent
the crisis of the civilization which would result from the continuing
use of this technology. The
parents should decide whether they want to bear children into the
world where they could not
guarantee for them even the biological independence.

     On January 1999 the European Parliament  passed a resolution
where it (in
paragraph 27) calls "for an international convention introducing a
global ban on all
developments and deployments of weapons which might enable any form of
manipulation of human beings".
(http://www.europarl.eu.int/sg/tree/en/default.htm, click on
Activities, Plenary sessions, Reports by A4. number, fill in 005). It
is our conviction
that this ban can not be implemented without the global pressure of
the general public
on  the governmnets. Our major objective is to get across to  the
general public the
threat which those weapons represent for human rights and democracy
and to work
toward the ban of those weapons.  If you make up your mind to support
the ban of
radiofrequency weapons used for the control of human minds just e-mail
your name
and city and state where you reside (on our web page we will place
only your name
and city and state where you reside) to one of the following e-mail
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as well Cheryl Welsh
from CAHRA organization, e-mail  Welsh at calweb.com
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were stifling our
psyche are not confirmed, yet..."
53) Komsomolskaya Pravda, August 27, 1991, "The Authors of the project
Zombie
Discovered in Kiev"
54) Komsomolskaya Pravda, September 27, 1991,  "THe Psychic weapon not
Found but
500 millions Lost"
55) Those Russian newspapers are not available in the Czech Republic,
the quotations are
from "Magazine 2000" a European magazine - perhaps you can order a
German version
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Russian Mind Control
Technology, Claims FBI Concidered testing on Koresh
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Produced Psychotronic
Weapons
64) Stolitsa, no. 43, November 2,  1992, Alexei Myasnikov, MC-Ultra
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Welsh)
65) Microwave News, November/December, 1993, "Military on Nonlethal
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73)  Nature, "Advances in Neuroscience May Threaten Human Rights",
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22, 1998, pg. 316
74) Cheryl Welsh can mail you a copy of the letter:  welsh at calweb.com






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