Another conspiracy theory turns to truth . . . as it often does.
Mind control? Crazy nonsense! Microwaves can control the mind? Insane idea! Frequencies as weapons of mass mind control? LOL!
Oops, hold on a minute, this just in from the New York Times!
The main stream media, followed by the main stream populace, liken conspiracy theories to crazy, insane, psychotic ideas and people. But conspiracy theories, once deemed irrational and senseless, often become truth, as I have pointed out in many essays, books and plays. And now we can chalk up another conspiracy theory as truth, thanks to the New York Times. Now don’t get me wrong, the New York Times is only publishing this report because it deems it wise to. In other words, by publishing the article it can begin to control the narrative to the issue. That’s what the main stream media intends to do, always.
On September 1st the NYT ran an article in their Science section titled Microwave Weapons Are Prime Suspect in Ills of U.S. Embassy Workers. In effect, this article debunks the crazy wackos who did not research or think straight, who once thought microwaves-as-weapons was a nutty conspiracy theory. I would suggest that perhaps the reason the Times is bringing this issue to light is because they now must; the American diplomats who were affected, and their attorneys, are bringing the issue to light and presenting too much of a danger that they might influence control the narrative; enter the official voice of reason, the NY Times. I won’t go into the science of the issue here, that is easy to research if one wants to gain knowledge (for a small but ubiquitous glance, just look at your iphone or any other phone or smart device’s warning about microwaves to your brain).
My point here is first, that very often what was once considered a crazy conspiracy theory becomes truth, and second, the official messenger then controls the narrative for the main stream which is still baked in half truths. The fact that the Times provides much credible evidence for microwaves as a weapon (just look at the Army’s video in the article) is enough to make the first point. The second point requires a bit of fleshing out the narrative.
The Times reports, “Among the symptoms reported by the embassy personnel are sharp ear pain, dull headaches, tinnitus, vertigo, disorientation, nausea and extreme fatigue. Some have been diagnosed with mild brain injuries similar to what might happen from a concussion.” But while also stating “doctors jokingly refer to the trauma as the immaculate concussion”, they undermine the credibility of the concussion symptoms by using a disparaging slight to Christians.
On one hand the Times state “the American military itself sought to develop microwave arms that could invisibly beam painfully loud booms and even spokenwords into people’s heads. The aims were to disable attackers and wage psychological warfare..” But then again they claim microwaves are harmless – “They’re seen as harmless in such everyday uses as microwaving foods.” Yet, in this very article they report the dangers of microwaves when used for nefarious purposes. Added to this danger is another tidbit they include, “The dimensions of the human head, scientists say, make it a fairly good antenna for picking up microwave signals.” Ouch!
Initially we can see an oversight or perhaps a blatant omission as the scientific/medical team who worked on this case “made no mention of microwaves in its detailed report published in JAMA in March.” No mention at all of the possibility of microwave radiation symptoms? I wonder why? Especially when the military/government has known of these microwave symptoms for a long time.
And then we learn of another new secret government group – perhaps you haven’t heard of them either. The article introduces us to “Members of Jason, a secretive group of elite scientists that helps the federal government assess new threats to national security”. Of course, “threats to national security” is the catchall phrase for anything the government does not want you to know. And if they deem YOU a national security threat, they can detain you without any due process, in perpetuity. No problem, you say, because you aren’t a national security threat and have nothing to hide – right? Today that may be so, but tomorrow is another day and that day may turn upside down as history shows – first they came for . . . .
Just look up how many secret, classified documents are created each year, how many times that congress is refused information based on security concerns, etc. Transparency is a nice word for politicians, but it is a joke and a fraud in the U.S. government. But then again, you trust your leaders to do the right thing, so it really doesn’t matter – right? Much has been written about the umpteen times the government has lied to us, and the fact that we only learn about it much later when no one seems to care anymore.
Along the way in this article another interesting fact is declared. The American scientist, Mr. Frey, who discovered the microwave effects on humans went on a journey. “Not long after his initial discoveries, Mr. Frey said, he was invited by the Soviet Academy of Sciences to visit and lecture. Toward the end, in a surprise, he was taken outside Moscow to a military base surrounded by armed guards and barbed-wire fences.” So back in the 1960’s this scientist travels to the Soviet Union, our communist archenemy, to inform them of his discovery! Who allowed this to occur? And then he was taken to a military base? Why? The Times does not say, nor question. Hmmm. I would love to know why we would share our recent scientific discoveries that represented great potential for invisible weapons of mass debilitation to our foes behind the Iron Curtain.
The Times states, “It is unknown if Washington deploys such arms. But the Pentagon built a related weapon known as the Active Denial System, hailing it in a video. It fires an invisible beam meant to deter mobs and attackers with fiery sensations.” How naive can the Times or its readers be? Just like all the weather weapons we employ, which are still denied by many, this technology is a boom for the military and it would be really senseless not to use it.
Perhaps we will learn later about how it was used, just as we have many times before, for example, anyone heard of Agent Orange?
Mind Control as a weapon is a reality, and the New York Times just verified that. It is one of many mind control weapons that have been used for a long time now. Read these documents and judge for yourself.
Individual mind control is also a reality and we can use many tools, including meditation, brain gym, biofeedback, self-study, supplements such as choline, CBD or MCT oils, and foods like blueberries, to develop and expand our own sovereign consciousness. Teaching our children to individuate their minds and to know the difference between propaganda and fact is essential to future human prosperity and sanity.