By Keith Johnson
For more than half a century, United States intelligence agencies, and every branch of the military, have been perfecting dangerous mind-control technologies designed to remotely control human subjects against their will.
Could it be that these monstrous weapons are now being used to create “Manchurian Candidates” capable of committing heinous acts on American soil?
The bizarre case of Aaron Alexis, the 34-year-old naval contractor who authorities say killed 13 people at the Washington, D.C. Navy Yard on September 16, certainly fits that profile.
On August 7, Newport, Rhode Island police responded to the Marriott Hotel and made contact with Alexis, who reported that he was being stalked by two black males and one black female. According to the police report, Alexis believed that the three were sent to “follow him and keep him awake by talking to him and sending vibrations into his body.”
Alexis said he first heard voices coming through the wall at the Residence Inn. He then moved to a hotel on the Navy base where he heard the same voices through the walls, floor, and ceiling. Finally, Alexis moved to the Marriott where he reported hearing voices coming from the floor and ceiling and told police that the three individuals were using “some sort of microwave machine” to penetrate his body with vibrations “so he cannot fall asleep.”
It has also been reported that Alexis carved the words “My ELF Weapon” into the stock of the Remington 870 shotgun that was used in the massacre. ELF is an acronym for Extremely Low Frequency, which has been proven capable of manipulating natural brain frequencies by way of pulse modulated microwave beams.
“When ELF-modulated microwaves are used, they are keyed to distinctive patterns of brainwaves called preparation sets, which exist for every mechanical gesture the body makes,” explains scientific researcher Turan Rifat in a 1996 article for science magazine Nexus. “There are also specific excitation potentials which exist for specific emotional states. Intelligence operatives can induce remote conditioning by creating information-processing effects which can cause excitatory reactions, subliminal stress, behavioral arousal, enhanced suggestibility by inhibition of higher functions, and patterned behaviors. It is alleged that this technology is used by the CIA and MI5 to modify the behavior of ‘high-profile subversives.’”
Prior to the development of ELF weaponry, Dr. Jose Delgado, a Yale University physiologist whose research was funded by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Office of Naval Research, developed a brain implant known as the stimoceiver, which operated on FM radio waves and was capable of electrically manipulating a wide range of human emotions, sensations and colored visions. In one experiment, Dr. Delgado remotely stimulated the brain of an 11-year-old boy and managed to temporarily confuse the child of his sexual identity.
By the late 1960s, Dr. W. Ross Adey, a University of California, Los Angeles psychologist who allegedly worked on the CIA-funded Pandora Project, discovered that brainwaves could be remotely influenced without implants by simply placing a subject in an electromagnetic field. Adey found that ELF signals in the range of 1 to 5 Hz could deliver dramatic bioactive and psychoactive effects and were capable of controlling human minds from a distance.
Another scientist, Dr. Allan H. Frey, also conducted experiments on human subjects and determined that even the deaf were capable of hearing transmissions from appropriately pulsed microwave radiation at a distance of up to 328 feet. Fry’s research would later be used by Dr. Joseph C. Sharp of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in the development of wireless voice transmission technologies for the Department of Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
The military’s interest in radio frequency (RF) induced mind-control did not stop there. According to a recently declassified Army document from 1998, entitled “Bioeffects of Selected Nonlethal Weapons,” “Application of the microwave hearing technology could facilitate a private message transmission. It may be useful to provide a disruptive condition to a person not aware of the technology. Not only might it be disruptive to the sense of hearing, it could be psychologically devastating if one suddenly heard ‘voices within one’s head.’”
By the turn of the century, the U.S. Army acknowledged developing a “Voice-to-Skull device,” which they describe as a “Nonlethal weapon which includes (1) a neuro-electromagnetic device which uses microwave transmission of sound into the skull of persons or animals by way of pulse-modulated microwave radiation; and (2) a silent sound device which can transmit sound into the skull of person or animals.”
Similarly, it was revealed in 2007 that DARPA was working on a “Sonic Projector” that delivers sounds that can only be heard by the intended target.
Of course these are only a few of the many declassified projects that the U.S. government has been kind enough to share with the American people. What they have developed behind closed doors is anyone’s guess.