Electromagnetic Brain/Mind Control Does Exist
Voices in the Brain by Tim Swartz as originally published on Conspiracy Journal.
It has been known for some time that the human brain can be influenced by a myriad of outside influences. Yet few people realize that the brain can be manipulated by such things as bright, flashing lights, to microwaves and other "beamed" electronic sources. The stereotypical image of the mentally ill person who complains that the government is beaming messages into their brain, might not be so far-fetched after all.
There were three scientists who pioneered the work of using an electromagnetic field to control human behavior. The three were Dr. Jose Delgado, psychology professor at Yale University. Dr. W. Ross Adey, a physiologist at the Brain Research Institute at UCLA, and Dr. Wilder Penfield, a Canadian. Dr. Jose Delgado was a pioneer of the technology of Electrical Stimulation of the Brain (ESB). While giving a lecture on the brain in 1965, Dr. Delgado said, "Science has developed a new methodology for the study and control of cerebral function in animals and humans." Dr. Delgado was able to achieve a type of mind control with the assistance of a device he named a "stimoceiver." This electronic apparatus was the forerunner of the more sophisticated computerized devises that are used today.
In a fascinating series of experiments, Delgado attached the stimoceiver to the tympanic membrane, thereby transforming the ear into a sort of microphone. An assistant would whisper "How are you?" into the ear of a "fitted" cat, and Delgado could hear the words over a loudspeaker in the next room. The application of this technology to the spy trade should be readily apparent.
According to Victor Marchetti, The Agency once attempted a highly sophisticated extension of this basic idea, in which radio implants were attached to a cat's cochlea, to facilitate the pinpointing of specific conversations, freed from extraneous surrounding noises. By the 1970's this technique had been throughly developed and allegedly made operational with thousands of people being unknowingly "fixed" with stimoceiver's, many of these unwilling victims were left with false memories of "alien abductions."
In May 1989, it was learned by the CIA that the KGB was subjecting people undergoing interrogation to electromagnetic fields, which produced a panic reaction, bringing them closer to breaking down under questioning. The subjects were not told that they were being placed under the influence of these beams. A few years earlier, Dr. Ross Adey released photographs and a fact sheet concerning what he called the Russian Lida machine. This consisted of a small transmitter emitting 10-hertz waves which make the subject susceptible to hypnotic suggestion. American POWs in Korea have said that similar devices had been used for interrogation purposes in POW camps.
The general, long term goal of the CIA experiments was to find out whether mind control could be achieved through the use of a precise, external, electromagnetic beam. The electrical activity of the brain operates within the range of 100 hertz. This spectrum is called ELF or Extremely Low Frequency range.
In the mid-1970s, the United States was extremely interested in combining EMR techniques with hypnosis. Plans were on file to develop these techniques through experiments on human volunteers. The spoken word of a hypnotist could be conveyed by modulated electromagnetic energy directly into the subconscious parts of the human brain. This could be done without the use of any devices on the target, or allow the victim to control the information input consciously.
In September 1990, the Washington Post published an article dealing with the growing concern within the United States intelligence community over Russia's progress in the development of long-range electronic mind control: "According to the communications of Russian defectors, the Russians have succeeded in influencing human behavior, changing human feelings and health condition, incurring unconsciousness and even killing people."
One document from the Intelligence Service at the United States Department of Defense says that the Soviet experiments imposed on the recipient results in, "disquietude combined with short windedness and the feeling of being hit on the head." Some western observers of electronic extra sensorial developments are alarmed by the possible effects of "subconscious influencing when used against the U.S. staff operating nuclear missiles."
The Soviet newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda opened an investigation to find facts verifying these stories. A Russian scientist stated for the newspaper that "it is possible to produce a mind control machine, that the machine would work on bases of electromagnetic waves and that it is not out of question that such a machine is under construction." During the attempted coup in Moscow in August 1991, General Kobec warned the defenders of the Russian White House against the use of Psychotronical weapons.
On August 27, 1991, the Komsomolskaya Pravda published a statement by Victor Sedleckij, the Vice President of the League of Independent Soviet Scientists where he commented, "As an expert and juridical personality I declare: In Kiev was launched a mass production of Psychotronical Biogenerators and their tests. I cannot assert that during the coup d'etat were used exactly the Kiev generators. All the same the fact that they were used is evident to me. What are the Psychotronical generators? They are electrical equipment which produces the effect of guided control in human organisms. It affects especially the left and right hemisphere of the cortex. This is also the technology of the U.S. project Zombie 5 . . . I draw on my personal experience since I am myself the designer of such a generator."
So the next time you read a rambling letter from someone claiming that the government is beaming "mind control" rays into their brains – you may want to reconsider making a snap judgement on the sanity of the unfortunate victim. After all, no one takes the time to research, design and develop a weapon, such as mind control machines, unless they intend to use it.
About Tim Swartz:
Tim R. Swartz is an Indiana native and Emmy-Award winning television producer/videographer, and is the author of a number of popular books including The Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla, Secret Black Projects, Evil Agenda of the Secret Government, Time Travel: A How-To-Guide, Richard Shaver-Reality of the Inner Earth, Admiral Byrd's Secret Journey Beyond the Poles, and is a contributing writer for the books, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The First Ghostbuster, and Brad Steiger's Real Monsters, Gruesome Critters, and Beasts from the Darkside.
As a photojournalist, Tim Swartz has traveled extensively and investigated paranormal phenomena and other unusual mysteries from such diverse locations as the Great Pyramid in Egypt to the Great Wall in China. He has worked with television networks such as PBS, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, ESPN, Thames-TV and the BBC.
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