It’s a curious error; assuming it was an error at all – and it might’ve cost someone in admin their job.
A couple of weeks ago, an odd story popped up in the media very briefly. It came when a journalist put in a request via the Freedom of Information Act. The journalist in question had been researching far-right and far-left militant groups. Bizarrely, Curtis Waltman – working for Boston’s MuckRock – received back documents that had nothing to do with the requests he’d submitted or the subject he was researching.
What actually came through has turned out to be something of a gift to conspiracy theorists and researchers, validating what any number of people have been claiming for many years.
According to the Daily Mail’s report on the story, “…In what sounds like a plot from the X-files, they revealed research into bizarre ‘psycho-electronic’ weaponry. These claim to use electromagnetic forces to achieve their aims, including inducing intense pain, itching or even rigor mortis.“
The US government accidentally sent the reporter information describing ‘remote mind control’, ‘remote brain mapping’, ‘forced memory blanking’, and other effects that have been a staple of conspiracy theories for decades now.
Actually, releasing this data to the journalist in question is such an odd mistake that I half wonder if it was deliberate.
However, I can’t think of what the motive for deliberately ‘accidentally’ sending out that file would be (unless it’s just to frighten people straight). Or they’re trolling the conspiracy theorists.
The seeming confirmation of the existence of (or at the very least, research into) ‘psycho-electronic’ weapons has various implications: both on a potential mass level (mass population control of some sort) and also on a smaller, black-ops level (mind-controlled sleeper-agents, for example).
Let’s touch on that second category for starters: and come back to the more important first category after.
By now, the conspiracy theories concerning mind-controlled sleeper agents, assassins and false-flag agents, have pretty much been established as fact.
Danny F. Quest, writing for Waking Times in January last year, effectively demonstrates that reality here.
He also reminds us that 24 year-old James Holmes (the infamous Batman ‘Dark Knight Rises’ killer), who shot dead 12 people and wounded 58 in a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, had family ties to US government research centers and was in fact a recipient of a neuroscience training grant, having been involved in alleged mind-control experiments (he also referred to himself as ‘The Joker’).
But that’s no isolated case.
Take Esteban Santiago, the alleged Fort Lauderdale shooter – who killed 5 people at Hollywood International Airport in January last year. We were told, in the New York Times among others, that – two months before the shooting incident – Santiago “walked into the Anchorage FBI Field Office to report that his mind was being controlled by a U.S. intelligence agency… He said that “He didn’t want to hurt anyone” and that he felt he was “being forced to work for ISIS”. Santiago told the F.B.I. he thought he was being mind controlled, possibly by the CIA…”
Most famously, there was Aaron Alexis, the perpetrator of the Washington D.C. Navy Yard shooting that left 13 people dead a few years ago, was (like the Baton Rouge, Dallas, shooter two years ago) ex armed forces, having served in the US Navy. Activist Post published a document on Facebook that was also corroborated by The New York Times and seemed to strongly reinforce the claim that Alexis was being harassed by intelligence agencies using mind-control techniques prior to the shootings.
As reported at the time by CNN, according to an FBI official after the shooting, Alexis was under the “belief that he was being controlled or influenced by extremely low frequency electromagnetic waves”. In fact, Alexis had been openly saying for some time that he was under mental attack via ELF weapons.
Alexis, had written on-line that “Ultra low frequency attack is what I’ve been subject to for the last 3 months, and to be perfectly honest that is what has driven me to this.”
The FBI’s Washington D.C. Field Office issued a statement dismissing Alexis’s statements as “delusional”. The Washington Post also reported that Alexis had carved “My ELF weapon” into his gun. The New York Times covered Alexis’s claims that he was being harassed by microwave weapons and that his tormenters were working to “keep him awake by talking to him and sending vibrations into his body”.
Similar claims surrounded Timothy McVeigh.
So, does this accidental leak essentially confirm how those individuals were being controlled?
While exposure of MK-Ultra (by now an openly-acknowledged fact) and other covert mind-control programmes has been going on for decades, it is possible that the first blatant evidence of obvious mind-controlled sleeper-agents was in 1968 in the form of Sirhan Sirhan – the Palestinian (although he was being called a Libyan at the time) who was convicted for the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy.
What, for many years, was regarded as mere conspiracy theory, is nowadays more or less commonly acknowledged as fact: firstly, that Sirhan was not the only shooter and, secondly, that Sirhan was clearly under some form of hypnotic influence. For decades, Sirhan’s story has been unchanged: he has no memory of shooting Kennedy, no memory of his trial and no memory of confessing to the assassination.
Anyone familiar with the case will remember that this had been Sirhan’s defense from the very start: watch the original footage of him from 1968 and it’s always been obvious that he was in a total state of bewilderment and didn’t seem to even know where he was.
Mainstream publications nowadays are entirely open about Sirhan Sirhan having been a patsy. Live Science, for example, even gave full credence to the claims that the Palestinian was under mind-control: ‘According to the new pleadings, “[Sirhan] was an involuntary participant in the crimes being committed because he was subjected to sophisticated hypno-programing and memory implantation techniques which rendered him unable to consciously control his thoughts and actions at the time the crimes were being committed”…’
There is one incident in particular that, for a very long time, convinced me that ELF or microwave weapons were both a reality and in active use – that is, beyond the realm of Manchurian Candidates and false-flag agents.
And most people now don’t remember it, but here it is: and it takes us away from the idea of mind-control and into outright assassination.
Dean Warwick, a pioneer in the field of alternative energy and a former US intelligence officer, collapsed and died on 7th October 2006 while speaking at an international conference in Blackpool, England.
Dean had told interviewer Dave Starbuck that he was going to make some highly significant announcements at that conference concerning several controversial matters, including the assasination of Robert Kennedy (the brother of JFK, shot dead in 1968 – supposedly by the aforementioned Sirhan Sirhan), the truth about the Lockerbie bombing, and a connection between various underground bases and hundreds of thousands of missing children.
Mr Warwick had apparently just reached the point in his lecture where he said he was about to expose who was really behind Robert Kennedy’s assasination. But he never got to it. Instead, according to the witnesses, he uttered the words “Bear with me a moment”, leant on a nearby table, then fell flat on his face.
He was pronounced dead soon after that.
Warwick was said to have been in good health at the time. However, moments before beginning that final presentation, he is reported by witnesses to have said he felt a “beam” or “burning” on one side of his head. That particular detail led some naturally to speculate that Warwick had been subject to some kind of covert assault, possibly an intelligence agency hit.
One theory was that an ‘Extremely Low Frequency’ (ELF) weapon was used. It strikes me as plausible that Warwick might’ve been someone worth killing off (if he was becoming a real nuisance), but that it was also a chance to test out a very particular assassination technique at the same time.
It’s always been possible that some of the alleged witness testimony was fraudulent: how much was made up, exaggerated or misremembered, we can’t really know for sure – the only sure thing is that Mr Warwick died on stage that night very suddenly and very oddly.
Here was someone who claimed to have been there and witnessed the whole thing: the same piece also reproduced the frankly hair-raising interview Warwick did with Dave Starbuck shortly before this, focused primarily on missing children and alleged mass child murders. Frankly, I should include a warning: the transcript of this interview is so disturbing and upsetting that you might prefer to just not bother with it.
At any rate, Warwick’s death has always struck me as the likeliest ‘known’ case of assassination by microwave or ELF technology that we have. I’m not saying that’s absolutely what happened – but that it’s the closest thing we can point to as a likely ‘ELF assassination’.
So, what about potential applications for this type of psychological warfare at the mass or societal level?
Well, what’s also very interesting about this FOIA ‘mistake’ is its source: specifically, the data came from the ‘Washington State Fusion Center’.
The Fusion Centers have been a subject of suspicion and controversry for years now, having been established between 2003 and 2007 by Homeland Security as part of the post-9/11 shake-up of American security infrastructure and civil liberties. Explained as a key part of counter-terrorism operations, civil liberties groups have been worried about the Fusion Centers which, they show, were sweeping up innocent people into their supposed counter-terrorism operations.
In 2013, The Guardian reported on civil liberies groups that released 1,800 ‘suspicious activity reports’ that local law-enforcement had forwarded to the intelligence-gathering repositories – the ‘Fusion Centers’ – and found that nearly all of them were devoid of any meaningful counter-terrorism intelligence.
A constitutional and international lawyer told lawmakers that the United States should dismantle these state-run fusion centers and likened them to the Soviet Union’s KGB and East Germany’s Stasi.
The Fusion Centers supposedly operate with no guidelines and no oversight; and appeared to be part of the well-planned post-9/11 package that was comprised of everything from Homeland Security and the Patriot Act, the NSA surveillence state, the War on Terror and Guantanamo Bay.
The Fusion Centers, which are all across the United States (the official count at present is 79), have been an obvious target for conspiracy theorists for years: and were also the subject of a Jesse Ventura TV programme, which connected the operation with the alleged FEMA Camps (apparent prison camps designed by Dick Cheney’s Haliburton and run by Homeland Security), a planned police state and martial law. The Ventura programme was apparently pulled from the air, allegedly after government threats to ‘TruTV’. The video has supposedly also been repeatedly taken down from YouTube.
I know that it did air in the UK some years later, because I watched it.
Ventura referred to a “government plan to suspend the Constitution, declare martial law, and round up anyone deemed a National Security threat, it’s documented; it’s called Rex 84.”
I looked up ‘Rex 84’ and it’s real: it was apparently established during the Reagan administration and under the guidance of the infamous Oliver North (of Iran-Contra fame).
I don’t know how much credence to afford the Ventura programme, given that the episode in question seemed to rely heavily on Alex Jones – which automatically lessens the credibility somewhat. But Ventura himself has always seemed like an honest operator (and, to be fair, this was pre-lunatic Alex Jones) and the programme in question did seem to uncover a great deal of information that should’ve been worrying to most Americans.
On a slight side-note, George Webb in the US has been running a prolific YouTube channel for some years, mostly focused on exposing DynCorp (an organisation I previously wrote about here). I’ve never had the time to go through all of Webb’s content – and I can’t necessarily vouch for the reliability of all of his claims or information – but he claims that the Fusion Centers are being run by DynCorp directly.
Which, if true, has all kinds of ominous implications.
At any rate, this ‘accidental’ release of the ‘psycho-electronic weapon’ data to the Boston journalist seems a gift to conspiracy theorists on two fronts: one, seemingly confirming the existence of such techniques and technology, and two, having the source be the Washington State Fusion Center.
It’s the Fusion Center connection that is, in some ways, most interesting: given that the Fusion Centers’ purpose is mass surveillence and monitoring the population for dissent, subversive behaviour or affiliations.
While mind-control or ELF-pressure for sleeper assassins or false-flag patsies is one thing (and hardly revelatory anymore), the idea of ‘psycho-electronic’ weapons being used on a much wider scale – like, say, for mass population control – is the scariest thing to consider.
If the capabilities are there for targeting and controlling an individual (an Aaron Alexis or Sirhan Sirhan), then it presumably is possible to expand that.
Take a good look again at all of the possible effects specified in the diagram – and then imagine that kind of technique applied at mass levels, say to target a specific protest group (take the Standing Rock Sioux, for example) or some specific section of society. Hell, it could even – we must imagine – target a whole town (for whatever reason).
‘Controlled dreams’ strikes me as the most stunning idea here. But just as frightening is ‘forced manipulation of airways, including externally controlled speech’.
There are all kinds of levels this type of technology could be used at, depending on the scale or scope of desired effect. For example, it is known that in the First Gulf War – or ‘Operation Desert Storm’ – in 1991, U.S. Psychological Operations officers used Iraqi radio station transmissions to transmit ‘silent signals’
We were informed that, according to captured Iraqi soldiers, the high-tech subliminal messaging (referred to as Ultra-High-Frequency ‘Silent Sounds’ or ‘Silent Subliminals’) were – although undetectable by the human ear – perceived at a subconscious level by the soldiers, who were overcome by fear, demoralisation and a sense of hopelessness.
Now, imagine that kind of technique applied not to ‘enemy’ troops, but to, say, a problematic domestic group or a protest movement.
There is also, of course, the modern phenomenon of ‘gangstalking’ to consider too: a frequently reported phenomenon where a person is electronically harassed via undetectable means as a way to either drive them crazy or make them appear crazy to everyone else (because only the targeted individual can hear the sounds, feel the vibrations or receive the ‘instructions’).
A lot of people talking about gangstalking are probably making it up or jumping on a bandwagon (and others might have pre-existing mental issues and have subsequently come across ‘gangstalking’ online and seized it as an explanation) – but that doesn’t mean they all are. I’ve never met anyone who claimed to have been subjected to this: however, my sister – who was working in mental health – told me she had a patient in a ward who insisted he was the victim of gangstalking.
She believed, ultimately, that he probably seized on gangstalking as an ‘excuse’ for his preexisting mental issues after he started seeing it talked about online: which is probably the truth.
But, given the kinds of technology and techniques we’re talking about, it does make you wonder.
All of this – mind-control, microwave weapons, gang-stalking, etc – is too broad a subject to cover effectively in one post. I’m only scratching the surface here.
But I’m guessing the Washington State Fusion Center mishap wasn’t deliberate psy-opery: if it was, it would’ve received far more media coverage and scrutiny than it’s gotten. As it was, the story got some coverage for a day in a few mainstream platforms… and then it went away.
Danny Quest, in his Waking Times article from a year ago, attributes this extraordinary statement to an MK-Ultra experimenter who demonstrated remote mind-control of an animal on CNN in 1985 (a Dr Jose Delgado of Yale): ‘We need a program of psycho-surgery and political control of our society. The purpose is physical control of the mind. Everyone who deviates from the given norm can be surgically mutilated… The individual may think that the most important reality is his own existence, but this is only his personal point of view. This lacks historical perspective… Man does not have the right to develop his own mind… We must electrically control the brain…’
More: ‘Does TORTURE Create Terrorists via Trauma-Based Mind-Control?‘,’Did Anyone Notice the Thing the Baton Rouge and Washington Navy Yard Shooters Had in Common?‘, ‘Mass Hypnosis, Psychological Warfare and the City of Isis‘, ‘From Orlando to Paris: Mass Psychological Warfare & the Terror Psy-Opera‘, ‘The Las Vegas Shooting Spree: What Everyone Missed‘…