(I know you don’t believe any of it! Psst.. it’s because of Satan himself! )
There is a myriad of information available in the public sector about the availability of wireless stimulation and recording of neurons. Recent public advances in nanotechnology should give further credence to the possibility of “functional” mind control being possible through the direct electrical stimulation of neurons either utilizing a remote power source, or more likely the ion’s available for the brain’s own endogenous function. When you add in the fact that military science is most likely at least thirty years ahead of public disclosure, it should be at least plausible to a free thinking person that the possibility of mind control exists.
Further, there are many publicly disclosed oddities which further attest to the fact that the government has had access to mind control technology for some time. First and foremost, I believe anyone that has any knowledge of the operations of the CIA would certainly attest to the fact that disclosure and destruction of the MK-Ultra project is almost certainly the biggest lie the CIA has ever told to Congress or the American people. It should be obvious that whether or not the disclosed project actually procured a workable “Manchurian” candidate, the mind of an intelligence agency (as we have seen countless times through ignorance of congressional and supreme court decisions regarding warrantless wiretapping and surveillance) would only to bring that project further blackwhich certainly implicates organized crime as a possible vector for continuing research. Second, both the MK-Ultra and Soviet “psychotronics” propaganda were more likely a cover for a more workable and universal mind control technology than they were “leaks” from intelligence agencies about top secret technology. In my mind, the public disclosure of both of these movements in intelligence should be viewed by the general public as an information operation on their own government’s employees as well as the general public. These are operations by intelligence agencies designed in order to obfuscate the truth. Third, it is my contention that the GRILLFLAMEand STARGATE projects, which were publicly disclosed military operations which went on for over 2.5 decades were nothing more than a covert military operation designed in order to transmit intelligence from stillundisclosed military reconnaissance satellites as well as the mind control program, utilizing the mind control program as a covert method of disseminating this information to a lower echelon of the military which was not cleared to know about the satellites, SIGINT such as Echelon, or the neural surveillance. It should also be noted that it is almost idiotic that the military and the Government have not confirmed the existence of real time satellite imagery being available to intelligence agencies, the military, the FBI, other federal agencies, and possibly local police forces in our own skies pointed directly at US Citizens. Please understand that a decade ago, the disclosure of such technology would have caused a public outcry, and while it would probably go almost unnoticed today, it is still a gross violation of privacy, and an insult to the intelligence of the American people not to be making the existence of this imagery available, and most especially not to be allowing its use in court cases where it could prove innocence or guilt.
The Stargate Project was the umbrella code name of one of several sub-projects established by the U.S. Federal Government to investigate claims of psychic phenomena with potential military and domestic applications, particularly “remote viewing”: the purported ability to psychically “see” events, sites, or information from a great distance. These projects were active from the 1970s through 1995, and followed up early psychic researchdone at The Stanford Research Institute (SRI), Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), The American Society for Psychical Research, and other psychical research labs.The Stargate Project was terminated in 1995 following an independent review which concluded:The foregoing observations provide a compelling argument against continuation of the program within the intelligence community. Even though a statistically significant effect has been observed in the laboratory, it remains unclear whether the existence of a paranormal phenomenon, remote viewing, has been demonstrated. The laboratory studies do not provide evidence regarding the origins or nature of the phenomenon, assuming it exists, nor do they address an important methodological issue of inter-judge reliability.
Further, even if it could be demonstrated unequivocally that a paranormal phenomenon occurs under the conditions present in the laboratory paradigm, these conditions have limited applicability and utility for intelligence gathering operations. For example, the nature of the remote viewing targets are vastly dissimilar, as are the specific tasks required of the remote viewers. Most importantly, the information provided by remote viewing is vague and ambiguous, making it difficult, if not impossible, for the technique to yield information of sufficient quality and accuracy of information for actionable intelligence. Thus, we conclude that continued use of remote viewing in intelligence gathering operations is not warranted.— Executive summary, “An Evaluation of Remote Viewing: Research and Applications”, American Institutes for Research, Sept. 29, 1995
Israel’s Quest for Satellite IntelligenceE. L. ZornIn the spring of 1995, the successful orbiting of Ofeq-3 (the name is the Hebrew word for “horizon”) represented the initial satisfaction of a longstanding Israeli desire: an independent space reconnaissance capability. For more than 20 years before they began receiving imagery from the satellite, Israeli defense officials had recognized that spacecraft offered unique capabilities to intensify information gathering in adjacent countries while extending their intelligence reach to more distant lands. After the nation was almost overwhelmed in 1973, Israeli intelligence officers further focused their efforts on preventing future surprise attacks. Satellite photography was seen as a vital tool, able to provide unprecedented warning about the movement of enemy troops and equipment in preparation for war, as well as the movement of enemy forces once hostilities were underway.The value of satellite imagery was not unknown to the Israelis before the Yom Kippur war. Faced with invading armies on two fronts in October 1973, Israeli military attachés in Washington urgently requested satellite information from the United States about the disposition of the Egyptian and Syrian forces. According to former Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) Chief of Staff Gen. Mordecai Gur, who had been one of those attachés, US authorities responded that the information was unavailable due to “damage” to the satellite.1 An unnamed CIA analyst subsequently recalled that the United States had acquired “wonderful coverage, but…didn’t get the pictures until the war was over.”2 Even those photos showed the positions of invading forces only during the earliest part of the war.3 The findings of the House Select Committee on Intelligence (the “Pike Committee”) in its recommendations to the Final Report in 1976 also indicate that the United States was unable to obtain adequate imagery and other information about the conflict while it was underway. As part of its criticism of US intelligence activities, the committee concluded that the United States had gone “to the brink of war” with the Soviet Union during the 1973 war because it lacked timely intelligence.4Israeli DissatisfactionIf the United States was unable to obtain the satellite photography necessary to satisfy its own intelligence needs during the conflict, then it logically follows that it was likewise unable to provide any information derived from satellite intelligence to Israel. Faced with the possibility of imminent military defeat at the hands of enemies whose avowed purpose in past conflicts had been the total annihilation of the so-called Zionist entity, however, the Israelis were distrustful of US statements that it was unable to respond with desperately needed intelligence assistance. As Gur noted in 1992, “How could I know if [the satellite] was really damaged? The bottom line was that we didn’t get the information.”