Voice To Skull otherwise known as V2K.
Now let me state this before I go further. I am not an expert on this topic. I have never been a target of this practice. My knowledge is limited, but I do get questions in regards to this from time to time, so I am going to try to tackle this in a small way.
This is not advise, a professional opinion, or legal feedback in anyway shape or form.
I also want to say to true targets of this practice, I think you are very brave discussing this stuff. It can not be easy, and I hope that technology can be found to counter what is happening.
Some targets legitimate targets complain about hearing voices. If you are from outside the community and someone tells you that they are hearing voices you assume that they are crazy right?
Well the more you know the better able you are to make informed choices and opinions.
Now after watching this video, do you think that everyone hearing voices is crazy?
What about after watching this clip from Real Genius? It’s a 1980′s movie staring Val Kilmeer, where they get someone to hear voices via a tooth implant.
They put the person to sleep, do a bit of drilling in his tooth, and he wakes up thinking that he is hearing the voice of God. This was a cheap 80′s trick. Actual technology has come a long way.
The clip will not be posted here, but if you really look for it you can find it. Or just rent the movie.
You can even watch the movie control factor. Where they also use technology to get people to hear voices. In an apartment not too far from where the target lives.
[quote]“The American people have been kept in the dark about the true scientific progress in this country. Technologies of mass-control exist that the public would never dream off. I know because, I helped developed them. They call it psychotronic warfare, a research program dealing with mind-control. They can control everything what a person does, voices, that is how they get ya. This is not the elected government, this is the national security empire, the dark vaders of the 21st century.” –Control Factor
This short video clip was taken from the movie “Control Factor(2003) by Universal Studios”
More Mind-Control Sources:
Mind Control The Ultimate Terror:
Mind Control with Silent Sounds & Super Computers:
Digital TV – Mind Control by sound of silence:
Now control factor is just a movie, but the concept of the technology is very real.
This silent sound technology was patented years ago. Microwave hearing, which would allow a microwave to send voices directly inside the human head.
The microwave auditory effect, also known as the microwave hearing effect or the Frey effect, consists of audible clicks induced by pulsed/modulated microwave frequencies. The clicks are generated directly inside the human head without the need of any receiving electronic device. The effect was first reported by persons working in the vicinity of radar transponders during World War II. These induced sounds are not audible to other people nearby. The microwave auditory effect was later discovered to be inducible with shorter-wavelength portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. During the Cold War era, the American neuroscientist Allan H. Frey studied this phenomenon and was the first to publish (Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 17, pages 689-692, 1962) information on the nature of the microwave auditory effect; this effect is therefore also known as the Frey effect.
Dr. Don R. Justesen published “Microwaves and Behavior” in The American Psychologist (Volume 30, March 1975, Number 3).
Research by NASA in the 1970s showed that this effect occurs as a result of thermal expansion of parts of the human ear around the cochlea, even at low power density. Later, signal modulation was found to produce sounds or words that appeared to originate intracranially. It was studied for its possible use in communications. Similar research conducted in the USSR studied its use in non-lethal weaponry.
The existence of non-lethal weaponry that exploits the microwave auditory effect appears to have been classified “Secret NOFORN” in the USA from (at the latest) 1998, until the declassification on 6 December 2006 of “Bioeffects of Selected Non-Lethal Weaponry” in response to a FOIA request.
The technology gained further public attention when a company announced in early 2008 that they were close to fielding a device called MEDUSA (Mob Excess Deterrent Using Silent Audio) based on the principle.
So if a target starts to hear voices how do they know if they are crazy or being experimented on with one of the above technologies or even something more advanced?
This is a hard question to answer. The targeting that we experience I fully believe is capable of driving a perfectly sane person, mentally unstable. However I do believe that some targets are being played with, using some of the above technologies.
If I was a target in this situation, I would use a very scientific method to investigate.
Are you hearing the voices at all times, or just in specific locations?
Does it happen under water? Is the effect increased or decreased in anyway?
Have you tried to record the voices? Remember we can not hear dog whistles, but they do work. Many sounds are outside of human hearing, but other technology might be able to pick it up.
I am not sure if a microwave would block the sounds out, but if I was a target in this situation, and thought microwave hearing was being used, I would try to see if the noise could be eliminated by testing out a microwave. Eg. Unplugged a microwave, if you place your head/skull inside for a few seconds, do the voices stop? I know this sounds extreme, but honestly it’s something that I would check, takes about 30 seconds and this may or may not be something that could be attempted.
I mentioned recently that they are working on technology to give the world an invisible cloak, should be ready in the next three years or less. Yes an honest to goodness invisibility cloak. Think Harry Potter.
The materials they are using, are designed to bounce off microwave rays and this might help targets in the future if microwaves are being used. However the materials are expensive, but for targets with money to burn, then this could be something to look into.
Underground bunkers, deprivation chambers? I don’t know if any of these would work. Climbing a high mountain? Just to test out different locations, to see if it is something high tech vs low tech, vs something that is with you 24/7.
Again the above may or may not prove or disprove anything but it’s something that I would look into if in the same situation.
Why I believe some targets who say this is happening to them? Well in part because of the above examples posted, but the targets that I do believe, they were really specific.
Ruth Goodman, said it was men that she had dated, who worked in the intelligence industry. She said it happened to her after she was drugged and put under anesthesia. She thinks some form of micro surgery was done. She says they tried to keep her off the internet and prevent her from writing. She died shortly after, so I can’t confirm this one way or another, but her example fits what others have said.
A man I think his name was Tracy said that he could hear people like they were fighting over a microphone, and he knew at least one. To me based on what he said, it sounded like they were close by where they could see him, and the stuff they said, sounded like hicks who really wanted to mess with someone.
Gloria Naylor from what I recall said that her voices prevented her from writing. Now in her case I don’t know if they were with her all the time, or just when near the computer.
I like what Naylor did in the sense that she tried the traditional method, was given medication, it did not work, so she looked around for other answers.
I think this is logical, but as a target, I know that I would do a lot of research, experimentation and troubleshooting first.
So I spent a large part of the last few days brainstorming trying to figure out what things targets have done, and what they could do.
Remember these people who are doing this to you are not God, they would like to be, but they are not.
[quote]They are trying to develop a beam of light, it would be projected onto your forehead, go a couple of milimeters into your frontal cortex, and then receptors would get the reflection of that light, and you would not know. [/quote]
They even have laser microphones.
[quote]The main type of laser microphone is a surveillance device that uses a laser beam to detect sound vibrations in a distant object. The object is typically inside a room where a conversation is taking place, and can be anything that can vibrate (for example, a picture on a wall) in response to the pressure waves created by noises present in the room. The object preferably has a smooth surface. The laser beam is directed into the room through a window, reflects off the object and returns to a receiver that converts the beam to an audio signal. The beam may also be bounced off the window itself. The minute differences in the distance traveled by the light as it reflects from the vibrating object are detected interferometrically. The interferometer converts the variations to intensity variations, and electronics are used to convert these variations to signals that can be converted back to sound.[/quote]
The world is changing at a rapid pace. If a target today goes to the doctor to complain of hearing voices, they are still automatically in most cases diagnosed as mentally unstable, but the reality is, if a psychiatrist or other health care professional is not upto date on the latest technology, or even aware of secret technologies, they run the risk of making a faulty dignosis, where someone might actually be telling the truth. The science fiction of yesterday, is science fact today.
I have wanted to do this post for some time, but just never got around to it.
The post is about the fact that some people think that we might already be living in a Matrix type reality. Here is an article about it from some months ago, when I meant to do this post.
Sony Brings Real Life Matrix A Step Closer
Sets precedent for future artificial utopias constructed to escape hellhole of real world
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
Thursday, March 8, 2007
Sony is preparing to unveil a simulated reality world in which Playstation gamers can create a new life for themselves, complete with their own apartment, friends, movies, shopping and entertainment, bringing the reality of an actual matrix a step closer.
“Sony has unveiled plans for its own virtual universe for the PlayStation 3 where users will be able to socialise, shop and even go to the movies — all without setting foot outside in the real world. The service — a kind of MySpace meets Linden Lab’s Second Life meets the video-sharing site YouTube — will become available for PS3 users worldwide in late 2007, Sony announced in a statement available here Thursday,” reports AFP.
The concept of simulated reality is understood to mean a computer generated world that is almost indistinguishable from reality. Though Sony’s “Home” service is at its foundation just a souped up interactive entertainment platform, the technology to in effect step inside the screen, similar to a virtual reality experience, is close at hand.
The technology to take a video capture of an individual, turn it into a kind of hologram and then beam it to the other side of the world and have that hologram interact with others already exists. Within the next fifteen years we are likely to see the transformation of online shopping to the point where buyers can actually walk through virtual reality stores and pick up and inspect the holograms of the products they are interested in.
Projecting even further down the line, simulated reality allied with hologram technology will allow individuals to attend social gatherings, educational classes, sports events and more without having to leave the comfort of their own home. Whether such events are actually taking place in the real world or are solely artificial creations of the virtual environment will be down to the discretion of the user.
All this paves the way for a potential Matrix-like scenario where people are literally plugged in to a falsely constructed reality. Whoever controls that Matrix thus controls the activities of its users and participation may eventually become mandatory, with babies subsequently being born directly into the matrix.
Or on the other hand, the Matrix could act as a kind of subscription based escapism, where users pay extortionate fees to exist inside a mock utopia in order to flee the horror of the real world.
This scenario was fictionalized in the popular 1990′s UK Sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf, where the crew partake in a “Total Immersion Video Game” called Better than Life, a virtual reality paradise where one’s every demand is instantly gratified.
In the novel of the same name, the characters are unaware that they are living in an artificial reality and the system even causes the users to imagine semi-plausible explanations for strange events so that they never come to the realization that their life is a technologically induced hallucination. Meanwhile, the bodies of the users in the real world wither away and die while they are consciously locked into the game.
Pretty scary right. Well there is technology right now that as you know is allowing people that are paralyzed to move things with their minds.
There are a lot of paralyzed and disabled people around the world today. These people cannot imagine their life without others and many of them feel uncomfortable about it. For many years scientists have been doing their best to help such people and to ease their lives and only today they seem to have found the solution.
A brain implant makes it possible for paralyzed patients to move a robotic arm and a computer cursor with some ease, says a study released Thursday.
The report published in the journal Nature comes amid intense efforts by neuroprosthetics researchers to give paralyzed patients more normal lives.
A second journal study involving two monkeys suggests such implants may allow paralyzed people to type the equivalent of 15 words a minute.
Brain implants “are really a launching pad for a whole new kind of neurotechnology,” says John Donoghue of Brown University in Providence , co-author of the first study. He and colleagues report that an implant enabled a 25-year-old paralyzed man to squeeze a robotic hand and use a robotic arm to move objects and a computer cursor.
Unlike efforts that employ non-invasive scalp readings of brain activity, researchers surgically attached a rigid 100-electrode sensor, about the size of a pencil eraser tip, atop the motor-control region of the paralyzed patient’s brain, USA Today says.
Ninety-six electrodes, which sit on a 0.2-square-inch (4-square-millimeter) panel, were implanted into the patient’s motor cortex, a part of the brain responsible for movement.
The electrode panel is attached by a cord to a penny-size titanium disk on the outside of his skull.
The disk serves as an attachment for wires that connect to a computer, which has been programmed to interpret the messages of the man’s firing brain neurons. [/quote]
Pretty cool right? Think what we will be able to do in 5-10 years. Moving things with just your mind. Think what we can do if we start to teach kids to do this from a really early age. they will just get better and better at it.
Imagine being in a virtual world where you move things with your mind? Imagine if you were born into that world, how would you know it?
What if the world was just one big hologram? That might explain why there is no past, present, or future, and just simultaneous events happening at different times.
Have not read the book, but I have been following off and on the theory, but I have not been able to follow it to the degree that I would like to. Here is a partial review of the book.
scientific data?, January 8, 2001
By Damian Nash (Durango, Colorado) -
This is one of the most provocative books I have read in years. In the first few chapters Mr. Talbot describes the emerging holographic paradigm in science, drawing on David Bohm’s work in quantum physics and Karl Pribam’s work in neuroscience. I found both descriptions to be fascinating, and especially enjoyed the historical context for the work of these two seminal thinkers. As a person with a master’s degree in neuroscience and chaos/complexity theory, I found a couple of his simplifications misleading, but would give him high marks for his overall comprehension of the conclusions of Pribam and his followers.
The remaining 2/3 of the book is a discussion of how the holographic paradigm may provide a rational basis for interpreting a wide variety of phenomenon located around the fringes of established science. He looks at everything from strange historical “miracles” like stigmata and appearances of the Virgin Mary to modern psychic abilities and LSD experiences, from out-of-body and near-death-experiences to UFO abductions. In addition, he compares language used in the modern scientific discussion of holography with the language used by ancient mystical traditions.
The US is creating something called sentient world simulation. The goal is to create an environment to create psychological operations. It will help the military to test multiple courses of actions. To be able to anticipate and shape the behaviour of adversaries, neutrals and actives.
A virtual world with every person on the planet. Sounds interesting. What if they have already done something similar. The video says they are pouring millions into this.
In the video she wonders if our clones in the parallel universe could help us figure out a way to fight back. Oh she also talks about Pat Tillman.
I just saw an article about this. But that is another post.
She also wrote an article. Here it is.
What reminded me to post this was a comment that was left on one of my blogs.
[quote]t’s All Fake, The Matrix / Truman Show is Real – The Real World Does Not Exist
Recently published scientific research states that most people don’t have first hand evidence of distant places. People only travel in a small area around their work and home.
The whole world is living in a real Truman show/ Matrix.
What people know of the real world has nothing to do with real life experiences but is second hand from books, TV and the Internet.
People tend to visit the same places over and over again.
On the Truman show the main character is imprisoned in a massive television sound stage that contains his entire home town. He fights to escape when he realises his world is fake. His world had defined boundaries, the walls of the sound stage.
Intuitively we think that we understand our own natural behaviour….
For research and more see
I will agree that most people really don’t travel that much. Could we really be living in a virtual reality?
Anything is possible. With research on things like the holographic universe, advances in science like getting people to move things with their minds, and the armies simulated world project, you can never discount anything.
Now the question remains is we are living in a virtual world, where are our real bodies, and where is Morpheus to help us get out?
Oh one last thing. If the world is one big Matrix, then the rapture the bible speaks of could be one big unplugging for all those who survive this Matrix.
Fun things to think about.
some scientists are thinking of suing Al Gore. These scientist are saying that man made global warming is not accurate. They have been saying it for a very long time but apparently they have not been heard.
Wow can you believe that, the people of the world might have been deceived about man made global warming without questioning it? If this is true, could there be other things out there that the population should be questioning?
Now this issue is far from over, much like trying to prove the earth was round, the people saying that man made global warming is a myth are going to have a fight on their hands.
They have been trying to get a debate going for some time with the scientific community that say global warming is a danger to the planet, with very limited success.
[quote]Scientists skeptical of the assertion that climate change is the result of man’s activities are criticizing a recent Associated Press report on global warming, calling it “irrational hysteria,” “horrifically bad” and “incredibly biased.”
They say the report, which was published on Monday, contained sweeping scientific errors and was a one-sided portrayal of a complicated issue.
“If the issues weren’t so serious and the ramifications so profound, I would have to laugh at it,” said David Deming, a geology professor at the University of Oklahoma who has been critical of media reporting on the climate change issue.
In the article, Obama Left with Little Time to Curb Global Warming, AP Science Writer Seth Borenstein wrote that global warming is “a ticking time bomb that President-elect Barack Obama can’t avoid,” and that “global warming is accelerating.”
Deming, in an interview, took issue with Borenstein’s characterization of a problem he says doesn’t exist.
“He says global warming is accelerating. Not only is it continuing, it’s accelerating, and whether it’s continuing that was completely beyond the evidence,” Deming told FOXNews.com.
“The mean global temperature, at least as measured by satellite, is now the same as it was in the year 1980. In the last couple of years sea level has stopped rising. Hurricane and cyclone activity in the northern hemisphere is at a 24-year low and sea ice globally is also the same as it was in 1980.”
Deming said the article is further evidence of the media’s decision to talk about global warming as fact, despite what he says is a lack of evidence.
This is a serious issue because many governments want to start charging enviro taxes based on the belief of man made global warming, which if false will have serious ramifications for many people for years to come.
This might cause many to re-evaluate recycling programs, and other environmental initiatives. The Kyoto protocol might also have to be re-examined.
Ok. I know that you are all as fascinated by this subject matter as I am, not. Still it’s a really interesting subject. The correct term for it is parthenogenesis. This means a female egg will self fertilize without the presence of a male and she will give birth.
This has been know to happening with insects, amphibians and reptiles. Usually this happens after long periods without the presence of any males. Recently just to show you how far behind our science is, they realised that sharks have this ability, maybe not all sharks, but at least two species, including the hammerhead shark.
A female shark that had been in an aquarium died, and upon autopsy it showed that she was carrying a fully formed pup. Neat.
Could this happen in other species? Probably, but since science has not been looking for virgin births, when they see it, they probably attribute it to other things, such as long term sperm storage, yeah. If you are not looking for proof of a phenomenon, how can you prove it’s existence?
So if this happens with sharks, reptiles, and other amphibians could it ever happen with mammals? With this is an interesting question, and I don’t know if they are looking into this, because their science tells them that it’s not likely, that is of course until it happens. If you are not looking for a phenomenon, then you won’t recognise it even if it does happen.
The problem with mammals is of course by their very nature, they often take care of their young, and many live in communal groups, whales, bats, humans, etc, so the circumstances that would bring about parthenogenesis in other species probably does not present itself as readily in mammals.
I think it’s interesting and something that science should try to look into. Since we know that when this happens the offspring has fused chromosomes of the mother, then we could genetically test mammals to see if this phenomenon had happened in any species that exist alone for long periods of time. Here is the story about the shark and it gives you a lot to think about.
[quote]Chapman and his colleagues generated a DNA fingerprint for the mother shark and her pup fetus with a procedure identical to a human paternity test.
Ordinarily, a shark’s DNA contains some genetic material from its mother and some from its father. Tidbit’s pup, however, was not ordinary.
“Every part of the fingerprint of the embryo comes from the mother,” Chapman said. “In other words, there is no genetic material from a father.”
Since we now know that this does happen in nature, what we don’t know are what are the mechanism that trigger this effect? Is it a rear occurrence or something programed in all genetics to keep the species going? There are a lot of unanswered questions, because if you know what triggers the process, then you can say if it could happen in other species.
[quote]Examples have been documented in komodo dragons, pythons, rattlesnakes, chickens, and turkeys. [/quote]
This article is saying that parthenogenesis would not be possible with humans, but I don’t believe that for a second. Until we understand more about the process, what triggers it, and how do we know what the cells would be capable of? All humans start off as female embryos, and then with the male hormone they become male vs female. How do we know what processes would kick in under these circumstances in nature? Currently however science has not reported parthenogenesis in any mammals, but till a couple of years ago, they had not reported anything in sharks either, and thought that it was impossible, till it happened.
[quote]Parthenogenesis is not possible in humans because if all the genetic material comes from the mother, certain genes will be switched off, and the embryo won’t develop.
“For sharks in captivity, [parthenogenesis
[quote]A mammal that is the daughter of two female parents has been created for the first time.
Until now such a feat had been considered biologically impossible. But the mouse, called Kaguya, was born without the involvement of any sperm or male cell – only female eggs were needed.
In the same way that the birth of Dolly the sheep in 1997 shattered the dogma that an adult cell could never be reprogrammed to make a new individual, the fact that Kaguya lives challenges another one of long-held rule: that two mammals of the same sex cannot combine their genomes to give rise to viable offspring.
If we can do this in the lab, why could this not naturally occur in nature, when we see that there is a natural process in nature that does make this possible for other species? Could it be that we are not looking?
[quote]The mouse was generated from two unfertilised eggs and its birth has demonstrated for the first time that it is possible for mammals to be born by the “virgin birth” phenomenon of parthenogenesis.
Scientists said the mouse developed normally to adulthood and had offspring of its own by normal sexual reproduction, showing parthenogenesis could work on warm-blooded mammals, including humans.
What we need to do to set science on it’s ears once more is to find the process working in nature, which I do believe is fully possible. Again however, we need to know more about what starts the process, so that we can look for optimum circumstances where that can be achieved? Is it just removing males from the environment for long periods of time? Does the female need to be isolated also? Are all creature capable of this, or just some special ones within the species? What tells the process internally to start?
[quote]Dr Paulo Prodohl, head of the Queen’s research team, said: “The findings were really surprising because as far as anyone knew, all sharks reproduced only sexually by a male and female mating, requiring the embryo to get DNA from both parents for full development, just like in mammals.
“The discovery that sharks can reproduce asexually by parthenogenesis now changes this paradigm, leaving mammals as the only major vertebrate where this form of reproduction has not been seen.”
Parthenogenesis – where females give birth to fully formed young without their eggs being fertilised by a male – has very occasionally been seen in some vertebrate groups such as birds, reptiles and amphibians, but has never before been seen in major vertebrate lines such as mammals or sharks.
The most likely form of parthenogenesis leads to less genetic diversity in the infant than the mother, leading to fears that genetic diversity could be eroding in shark populations if females have difficulty finding mates.
Till science can answer these questions conclusively, I don’t think it’s fair for them to presume what is and what is not possible at this stage, because we don’t know enough about what starts the process, we just know that it is capable of happening.
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.
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.
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