Been there, done that. This whole Gang Stalking thing should seem really alien to me, but it doesn’t. I don’t mean Gang Stalking specifically, but being persecuted, sort of excluded, maybe tortured, it all seems so familiar, and some days I sit and think, been there, done that, probably will do it again.
Which leaves me to wondering, if I really have been there, done that, what was the point, and what is the point of this? Do we really choose these paths? These lives, these destinies? I already told you recently that I do now believe that we exist over and over again. If so then why, and do we really choose these paths? I mean is this torture, persecution something that I would really choose, that anyone would really choose? On a conscience level, I would hope not, but on a subconscious level is there something to be gained? Is there some sort of spiritual growth, and understanding to be had from a life like this? Why are there so many character similarities in the people that are going through these experiences?
I’ve had these thoughts on the brain a little bit, maybe a lot lately. Not saying that I have any answers, but I am asking the questions again, which is something that I had stopped doing with the whole Gang Stalking thing. I mean state torture, does not put you in the mood for quarrying all things cosmic, maybe something about being electronically fried that just ruins the mood. Anyways, it’s an interesting quarry, for those of us in this situation, with a belief in higher things, why are we going through this? Did some part of us choose some parts of this, if not on a conscience level, then on a subconscious level?
Are we destined to repeat these types of experiences in some capacity, do they really help us grow? Again don’t have the answers, just the questions.
I was at a park the other day, and I was actually enjoying myself, it as a large space, so my encounters with snitches were minimal, and people seemed to be more concerned with walking dogs, playing sports, taking their kids to swing, normal stuff people use to do, and still do, but they seemed for the most part to be more into that, than any noticeable citizen stalker following me around. It was nice, anyways. I came to this spot and this dog was doing a pointer pose, you know here they put one foot up, and then point. The dog had the pointer pose directed at a squirrel. The squirrel didn’t notice, but me and a few other people did. The squirrel was just innocently foraging for whatever, meanwhile the dog, clearly had other things in mind. Much like us, and the government that is trying to destroy us.
The dog did this for several minutes all the while drawing closer to it’s target, while the smaller creature sat there unaware. Anyways by this time a bit of a crowd had gathered to see the fate of the squirrel. At one point it looked like it was headed safely up the tree, but then came back, as the predator drew closer, all the while I am thinking, why don’t I do something. I mean I wanted to help the squirrel, but it was almost like you had to wait and let it play itself out. However I did try to do subtle little things to get it’s attention, little noises, telepathic communication, (didn’t work.), visualization, anything to get the squirrel up the tree, without interfering. I am sure some of our stalkers feel the same way at times. It was like being in one of those nature shows. I am sure most people wanted the squirrel to escape, but I am sure some wanted it to meet the other fate, anyways at the moment to dog got close enough to pouch, just as it was about to pounce a noisy large vehicle from the street drove by, broke the suspended animation silence and saved the squirrel. It ran up the tree the way I had tried picture it.
Still I walked away, wondering why I had not just thrown something at it? However we all stood there, even as I stood there, I was like why don’t I just do this or that, but a part of me had to just let it play itself out, but even then I knew I could try to will the outcome, and visualise the squirrel being safe, and try to get it’s attention is subtle ways to steer it out of danger, but I still don’t understand why I didn’t just throw something?
I think the same suspended animation at times holds the human conscience in it’s place. We know we should do something about this creepy future world enslavement that is slowly coming forth, but something holds us in place. we try to do what we can in subtle ways, but we don’t do anything outlandish, that would save the squirrel, but we try to get it’s attention, but no heavy interference. I don’t think the loud vehicle that drove by just before the dog pounced was an accident. I think it was part of the collective will. Even if we did not warn it openly, we could hope for it’s escape, visualise it safely up the tree, hope that something would come along and save it, and so something did. Even if you can’t always do it openly, there can be subtle ways to shape human destiny, or help it along.
At this stage I don’t know if I should tell you about some of the stuff that I have been reading or do a separate post. Hum?
Well been reading about Reincarnation. From the latest book, which I enjoyed, I learnt about matter being able to appear out of nowhere and go back there again. I was reminded that past, present and future do not happen separately on the continuum, but happen simultaneously, or something similar.
There was one quote that really caught my eye.
The author is talking about Reincarnation, why he can’t quite believe it, but can’t quite dismiss it either. He says:
“Even though I immediately sensed that the ‘sign’ wasn’t what it seemed, it was years before I came to see it the way I still do. For some reason, I was given this gift, this weird, irrefutable demonstration that there is a more to the world than its surface. That whatever we’re all about, whatever the universe is, it is far more than just some empty, mechanical, material machine. There is some. . . force out there, something beyond knowing, that we can nonetheless–on some level–feel, and see and interact with. My petty life, and all my personal concerns, in some way connected up with something so big, so far beyond myself, that it could choreograph a little performance like that tailored perfectly to what was going on in the mind of one confused kid.”[/quote]
What does this have to do with Gang Stalking, it’s the whole of why we are here, why we are having this experience, why some of us have even made it this far, and where do we go from here. Why other will get the right search term to lead them to the concept of Gang Stalking and others won’t. Why others will connect all the dots in time, and others won’t. How we are going to figure this out. I don’t think I would have gotten here with just logic alone, when I did, I checked the facts, rechecked, removed what did not fit, looked for other answers, but some of the times I found the path best guided was when I reached out to a higher source, force, a power within, without, whatever you believe.
I think I have been here, I think I have done this, or something similar, I probably will again. I am asking the questions however, as to why, what my purpose is, and how I can do what I am meant to do, in this moment.
Just some stuff that I thought might be nice to share.
I thought of one more thing I could tell the potential target. The target who wanted to know what the point was of these Gang Stalking websites were if they could not show her how to get justice for what was happening, or how to stop it. She can be vindicated.
I mean sometimes you know what you are talking about. You are telling the truth, but no one wants to believe you. I mean I went through years knowing that co-workers, family, friends, were using my sensitivity against me. However I could never prove it, because the gentlemen had come to town and taken away everyone’s voices.
Anyways finding out about Gang Stalking was 100 and 10% vindication. It proved that the things that I had been saying or thinking were all true. I can’t give target’s justice, or even get this stopped 100% for many, but I can help some feel a little vindicated. It’s hard when you know that you are telling the truth or know what you are talking about and everyone else around you is saying something else.
Anyways I was glad that I stayed home this weekend instead of going out. I would not have discovered a lot of the sites that I did. As mentioned I liked the site in 2 worlds. I believe people in many ways live in 2 worlds. Some without even realising it.
I think we live in other worlds via our thoughts, minds, and hearts. I think we even create worlds and situations that are so true they have the possibility of coming true. I often think about Lord of the rings and those really neat dream sequences between Aragorn/Arwen. I think it was neat that they loved each other so much that they could feel, hear each other, and visit each other in their dreams, no matter how far or long they were apart.
I liked both sequences where he dreams and is so at peace with her. I also like the sequence where he is in trouble and she knows and is there in spirit to help. I guess in real life we live in more than one world via situations like that at times.
I also like the sequence in that movie where she is about to leave to go on the ship to the elven world, and then she sees their spirit child. Their little prince. The future child of their hearts, and then she chooses to not go on the ship, but returns to her father.
I think it’s neat because at that stage the little boy that she is seeing is just one possible future. Eg. If she had gotten on that ship, the future she was seeing would not exist. That scene reminds me that the choices we make in life can take us away from one destiny or move you towards another one. The future is not set, no choice but what we make.
That blog, plus the David Icke videos gave me a lot of food for thought on things like that. How people walk in 2 worlds, and metaphysical things. The nature of the universe. You know things like that.
This article came out about a month ago, but it’s a great article about being single. I think the difference between being single and happy and being single and miserable is all about choice. If you choose to be single, then it’s one thing, but if you don’t then it can be a living misery. Also if you choose not to be single for the wrong reasons it can also be a huge misery. I think in this as with anything you have to find out what works for you. Also remember that at different stages in your life, what worked yesterday, might not work tomorrow.
[quote]I’m fifty-four years old and I have always been single. I love my single life. But for a long time I rarely said that out loud. I thought I was the only happy single person.[/quote]
NO there seem to be a lot more happily single people in the world. I think it’s only the perception that has thrown others off. Being single can be a good thing if that is where you are at.
[quote]Years later after I had read hundreds of scientific studies about marital status, happiness, and discrimination, and after I conducted my own program of research, I realized that much of the conventional wisdom about people who are single was either grossly exaggerated or just plain wrong. The place of singles in society and the significance of getting married have changed dramatically over the past decades. But our views of single and married people have not yet caught up.[/quote]
The perception is if you are single, male or female that you can’t be perfectly happy, and the reality is, with modern day society you can be. More so infact than some of your married counter parts. Now I am not knocking marriage or being not single, but I am just pointing out that there are an increasing amount of happy single people out there.
[quote] In one set of studies, for instance, we created profiles of married and single people that were exactly the same (in terms of the person’s age, hometown, interests, employment, and so forth) except for their marital status. In one experiment after another, we found that the single people were viewed more negatively than the married people. For example, they were seen as unhappy, lonely, and self-centered compared to their married counterparts. (The one exception is that single people were consistently viewed as more independent than married people.)[/quote]
Again a lot of this goes back to perception and what has always been in the past conventional wisdom, or rather what seemed to be conventional wisdom. In the past for many reasons you needed to be married to keep the household running, to have children, and ofcourse to be seen as anyone in the community.
[quote]We looked up federal statutes and found more than a thousand instances in which official marriage was linked to federal protections and benefits. We found discrimination against singles in the workplace and the marketplace. We then did research of our own on discrimination and found that realtors (and other people we asked) would prefer to rent to married couples than to single women, single men, unmarried couples, or a pair of friends — even when they all had equally positive references and ability to pay.[/quote]
Again the biggest obstacles that single individual seem to have is society itself and their negative mindset. Once they get past this, many single people do lead very happy and fulfilling lives.
[quote]The story that was taking shape in my mind was becoming clear. Single people are not as happy as married people in part because they are targets of stereotyping and discrimination.[/quote]
This is so true. The article goes on from there and I recommend reading it if you are choosing to be single and loving it. I think in modern day society people have more choices than they did in the past. I think if living single is your choice, then don’t let anyone make you think that you would be happy or better off not living single. You can live single and be happy, if it’s a choice.
[quote]Increasingly, people who are single are living their lives fully. Those who have the resources to do so are buying homes, traveling the world, and pursuing their passions. Their lives are meaningful — and yes, they are happy.
Again it all comes down to what works best for you. An interesting article I thought I would share.
Brain scan: Scientists have developed a mind-reading technique
Scientists have developed a mind-reading technique which could one day allow them to take pictures of memories and dreams.
By comparing brain activity scans, they were able to correctly predict which of 120 pictures someone was focusing on in 90 per cent of cases.
The technique could one day form the basis of a machine to project the imagination on to a screen.
Professor Jack Gallant led the Californian research team.
Writing in the journal Nature, he said: “It may soon be possible to reconstruct a picture of a person’s visual experience from measurements of brain activity alone.
“Imagine a general brainreading device that could reconstruct a picture of a person’s visual experience at any moment in time.”[/quote]
Considering that by the time we usually hear about such inventions they have usually been in use by Military or other bodies for some time, let’s imagine how really much more advanced this might actually be?
Wow something that will record my dreams and memories. That would be really cool. Maybe Gang Stalking targets could package the dreams and memories given to us as Targeted Individuals and deliver them as presents to those that have helped stalk and torture us. Kind of like the little gift given near the end of the movie the crow. (When Eric gives the memories he’s been carrying around, all at once.) Maybe those who have helped form all these memories and dreams would like to have a taste of the fun memories that they have helped to create? Probably not.
Anyways on to other fun scientific news.
Tell me what you see.
On second thought, don’t: A computer will soon be able to do it, simply by analyzing the activity of your brain.
That’s the promise of a decoding system unveiled this week in Nature by neuroscientists from the University of California at Berkeley.
The scientists used a functional magnetic resonance imaging machine — a real-time brain scanner — to record the mental activity of a person looking at thousands of random pictures: people, animals, landscapes, objects, the stuff of everyday visual life. With those recordings the researchers built a computational model for predicting the mental patterns elicited by looking at any other photograph. When tested with neurological readouts generated by a different set of pictures, the decoder passed with flying colors, identifying the images seen with unprecedented accuracy.
“No one that I know would ever have guessed our decoder would do this well,” study co-author Jack Gallant said.
As the decoder is refined, it could be used to explore the phenomenon of visual attention — concentration on one part of a complicated scene — and then to illuminate the dimly understood intricacies of the mind’s eyes.
“One day it may even be possible to reconstruct the visual content of dreams,” Gallant said.
After that, the decoding model could be harnessed for more visionary purposes: early warning systems for neurological diseases or interfaces that allow paralyzed people to engage with the world.
Other uses may not be so noble, such as marketing campaigns crafted for maximum mental penetration or invasions of mental privacy mounted in the name of fighting terrorism and crime.
Those technologies remain decades away, but researchers say it’s not too soon to think about them, especially if research progresses at the pace set by this study.
Earlier decoders could only tell whether someone looked at a general type of image — at a dog, for example — but couldn’t identify more specific photos, such as a small dog eating a bone. They’ve also been incapable of predicting what thought patterns an image would provoke.
The Berkeley model overcame both those limitations.
It’s weird, but I have heard targets speak of things like this before. It’s a subject that I have heard mentioned in the Targeted Individual community. People who have stated that the people harassing them were describing what they were looking at in real time. Interesting.
Anyways, it’s always nice to keep up on the latest scientific mumbo jumbo. Imagine how the world will be shaped, or rather is probably already being shaped by these devices that we are just hearing about, but which have probably been around and available for some time now.
How would you know if someone was changing time? What is time?
Some scientist believe that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, and so therefore you might not be able to change time. Many believe that it’s linear, with past, present, future, going in a line, happening at different times.
Others believe that past, present, future are all the same, and therefore they happen simultaneously.
Someone posted this wonderful link that deals with some of the new discoveries in Quantum Physics and I think it’s an interesting find.
The above experiments are simply explained with some flash presentations. They talk about wave patterns. How a beam of light is able to go though a slit of paper as a beam, but then though 2 slits as a wave. Meaning that the beam has to pass through both slots simultaneously.
The further experiments go on to explain that this wave pattern can be measured but only if not observed, meaning that when observed the wave pattern disappears and the beam does not seem to have gone though both slots at once thus making a wave pattern, when it’s not observed however the wave patter comes back. Almost as if it knows it’s being observed.
Also past present and future don’t seem to have an impact, the results simply will change based on observation.
Not sure how well I explained it, but if you watch the flash presentations, they are fascinating.
It got me thinking about a lot of things, including all those psi experiments in the lab. I know from classes I have taken, that if the experimenter was a none believer in the psi phenomenon the results were often less than stellar, and if they were a believer the results were often above stellar.
I often wondered if the belief of the observer, had any impact on those experiments, I often believed it would be the case, but proof was another thing. I think this brings it in closer, that observation might affect some things, since psi experiments might fall into these realms, could not the very expectations of the observer be changing the results, and if that is the case how will they ever get true results doing it the scientific way we have in place now? Just a thought.
Anyways the other thing it got me thinking about is past, present and future and if they are happening all at once, and if you did change them then how would you know?
How would you know that something had changed? I mean if time is not linear, and you can change things, there would be no memory that something had changed, no knowledge. What if someone was missing from the time-line, ofcourse they would not be missing would they, or would they? How would history be changed? Really we would just not know, because it would just create a new parallel reality, without any recollection of the other, well without almost any recollection of the other. Everyone would just think that’s how things always were. I don’t think anyone would know that things had changed.
If past present and future are not dependent on the laws that we know now, if things such as that could also be changed or reshaped, what if it’s all in the eye of the beholder or observer? Just like what was happening with the wave pattern. A little over simplified perhaps, but that’s where my thoughts were going.
I think my thoughts went there once again, because I am wondering how do you know the impact of removing someone(s) from the timeline?
Eg. I always remember the girls that died when the Amish school shooting happened.
Naomi Rose Ebersole, 7; Anna Mae Stoltzfus, 12; Marian Fisher, 13; Mary Liz Miller, 8; and her sister Lena Miller, 7.
It’s weird, but I always think that it changed history in some way. I always feel that one or more of these individuals were going to have a huge impact on the future, or already had? Not sure if that’s the word for it. There is just sort of a morphic emptiness. It’s one of those weird things that’s hard to explain.
I always wonder what if you could change the future, by removing certain people from the past, how would you know. There would be no trace, no proof, but would there be some kind of anomaly, or a sense that something was wrong or missing? Would that be the only sense that something was wrong with the world if you could do that?
Ever since it happened, I have always felt that one or more of them should have been on the timeline somehow. It’s weird. It’s like if a tree falls in the forest does anyone hear it, the answer for that one that I always liked, is that it’s the emptiness that it leaves behind when it’s gone, that’s the sound it makes. I wonder if the same is true with humans?
It’s not like a splinter in my brain, but it’s like this feeling that something just wasn’t right, like something is missing. I have always felt that way about this event, and yet never known why. I always wondered what the impact one or more of these girls would have had? What would they have done? What were they meant to do? What had they done? How had they impacted the timeline? If you could go back and change the past, what impact would removing them have had? The only answer ever is this emptiness, which does not feel right.
It’s one of the only events that ever makes me feel that way, and it’s odd, but there it is.
Anyways just some thoughts about somethings that I normally would not blog about, but just thought I would share.
- Above top secret
- Abu Ghraib
- Active denial
- Active Denial Weapons
- as the world turns
- Asain Male
- Asian Female
- Astral Plane
- Background records checks
- bad luck
- Black female
- Black Females
- Black Male
- black women
- Brain reading device
- Britney Spears
- brown coats
- Buffy The Vampire Slayer
- changing vibrations
- Citizen Informants
- Civilian Spies
- Community harassment
- community mobbing
- community policing
- concentration camps
- constitutional change
- Controlled society
- Covert investigations
- Cultural diversity and multiculturalism
- david icke
- devinci code
- domestic spying
- East Germany
- electromagnetic frequency
- Electronic harassment
- Emotional Vampires
- False Prophets
- files updated
- Gang Stalking
- government corruption
- GPS tracking
- Guantanamo Bay
- Health and Safety
- Heath Ledger
- High technology
- Honey Trap
- Indigo Ribbon
- Intimate Infiltarations
- Jeremy Blake
- Joan of Ark
- John Lennon
- Kilmeer Gill
- Lord Of The Rings
- Marian Fisher
- Mark M Rich
- Markus Wolf
- Martin Luther King Jr
- Meat production
- mental concentration camps
- metropolitan police
- militarized police force
- Mind Control
- Mind Reading
- Minority women
- Naomi Ebersole
- National Security Letters
- Neurolinguistic programing
- New World Order
- one handed signals
- Online Stalking
- Passive Aggressive Manipulative
- Personal Identifiers
- Police Abuse
- Police Corruption
- Police State
- Production Company
- psychological harassment
- Quantum Physics
- Record keeping
- records updated
- Red Squads
- Robot Sentient Project
- Rosa Parks
- School Shooting
- sexual harassment
- sign language
- Skin Heads
- Social Control
- Spy cameras
- spy satellites
- State target
- Stop snitching
- Targeted Individual
- The Matrix
- Theresa Duncan
- Third wave
- Thought Police
- Threat Assessment Teams
- time travel
- twilight zone
- violent persons registry
- Voice to skull
- walls of jericho
- whistle blower
- white female
- White Male
- workplace mobbing
- Young and the restless
- zero tollerance