• Mind manipulation alleged in Florida shootings.
By Bill White —
When Myron May entered the library at Florida State University (FSU) on November 20 and began shooting, he may have been the latest victim of government mind control technology, which some experts say is increasingly being used to commit public acts of ritual murder.
Until October 2014, May was an assistant district attorney in Las Cruces, New Mexico, living a normal life with no signs of mental instability. At 31-years-old, he was well past the age when schizophrenia typically becomes manifest. But suddenly, in September 2014, May began telling friends and associates that he was being targeted by energy weapons that were being used to implant voices in his head, and that he was being observed by law enforcement, which was recording his responses to these weapons. May then joined a support group, Targeted Individuals Worldwide (TIW), designed to help victims of such attacks.
On the evening of November 19, May mailed packages to several associates claiming to have evidence of government actions, which would expose his attackers. Hours later, after midnight on November 20, May entered the FSU library and shot three people. He was eventually killed by police when he would not drop his weapon. The packages have been intercepted by law enforcement and are being withheld from the public.
The mainstream media, itself a form of mind control weapon, immediately denounced TIW as a collection of “delusional conspiracy theorists” and claimed that May’s attack resulted from “mental illness.” However, mind control weapons of the type May describes do exist, and their use as a form of psychic manipulation has been advocated for almost a century, since a time when such weapons were only a theoretical future technology.
For millennia, ritual human sacrifice—traumatic acts of public murder—have been used to manipulate and control populations. By instilling horror and fear through publicly torturing and killing helpless victims, the abusers are able to traumatize the minds of spectators, leaving them vulnerable to reprogramming and the insertion of propaganda messages. By getting away with such actions, often in the name of law enforcement, the abusers take on a god-like dimension that compels servitude among the witnesses. In ancient societies, this process was quite explicit. Victims were crucified, thrown to wild beasts in a coliseum or burned in a public square.
In the modern world, some serial murders, spree murders and phony acts of “terrorism” have taken the place of public sacrifices. Today the victims are often low-level government employees and contractors, targeted because of their availability to the experimenters. The Aurora, Colorado shooter, James Eagan Holmes, the recent Navy Yard shooter, Aaron Alexis, and May, all fit this profile. All claimed to be the target of government mind control weapons before their rampages.
In a typical ritual murder attack, the government selects and grooms the killer, then uses the murder to promote a political agenda. Sometimes this agenda involves gun control, but often the message involves supposed political terrorism or is an effort to discredit political opponents. In May’s case, links and ties were made to former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura and Dr. Robert Duncan, the latter being a government scientist who put together the technology that allows the government to transmit thoughts and voices into the heads of Americans.
Bill White is a freelance journalist and publisher based in Virginia. He has also written articles for THE BARNES REVIEW (TBR) magazine. Bill is also the author of a new book entitled National Socialism: Yesterday & Today. Proceeds go to White’s legal defense fund.