Targeting Targeted Individuals - Fort Worth Weekly
“All we can do, Scully, is pull the thread, see what unravels.” — Fox Mulder, The X-Files Far on the outer fringes of Fort Worth are people who believe they’re being zapped by military satellites with deadly microwave beams. Cellphone towers and “super computers” are used to stream hateful messages into their subconscious minds,…
Neuroimaging Findings in US Government Personnel With Possible Exposure to Directional Phenomena in Havana, Cuba | Neurology | JAMA | JAMA Network
Between 2016 and 2018, US government personnel stationed in Havana, Cuba, reported exposure to unusual auditory and sensory phenomena followed by neurological signs and symptoms characterized clinically as cognitive, vestibular, and oculomotor dysfunction with sleep impairment and headaches. This...
Non-Imaging Microwave and Millimetre-Wave Sensors for Concealed Object
In response to the ever-increasing global threat of terrorist attacks, the personal screening industry has been growing at a rapid rate. Many methods have been developed for detecting concealed weapons and explosives on the human body. In this important new book, the authors discuss their experiences over the last decade designing and testing microwave and millimetre wave detection and screening systems. It includes examples of actual devices that they have built and tested, along with test results that were obtained in realistic scenarios. The book focuses on the development of non-imaging detection systems, which are similar to radar. These systems do not form a conventional image of the scene and the person(s) being screened. Instead, the sensors detect and analyze the effect that the body, and any concealed objects, has on a transmitted waveform. These systems allow remote detection of both metallic and dielectric devices concealed on the human body in both indoor and outdoor envir
TRANSCEND MEDIA SERVICE » NSA Whistleblower Reveals Covert Torture Program
12 Jun 2020 - On April 11, 2020, the former Technical Director of the NSA, William Binney, and Pulitzer-prize winning Chris Hedges were discussing on RT America TV the abuses committed by U.S. intelligence agencies since the ’60s, when suddenly the link between mass surveillance and covert electromagnetic torture of innocent civilians was uncovered – a shocking first on American television..
Mind Games New on the Internet: a community of people who believe the government is beaming voices into their minds. They may be crazy, but the Pentagon has pursued a weapon that can do just that. - The Washington Post