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The Neurocam

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posted on Jan, 12 2005 @ 10:19 PM
Ok Ive been looking around on the internet for information on Neurocam. I found a Basic info site and a forum You have to read if your interested :

Note: Totse Members can be rude at times

(D/L Zip file of pictures)
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( please read )
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I coulnt find anyother info so i turned to ATS

If anyone has anyinfo on this subject Please post (( I tryed search but i came up with nothing ))

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posted on Jan, 12 2005 @ 10:34 PM
This is all I've found... so far.

I'll let you know if I find more.

posted on Jan, 12 2005 @ 10:39 PM
all i get is a register page when i click the link, ive clicked it from google too oh well.. did you read the totse forum?

posted on Jan, 12 2005 @ 11:19 PM
Okay I was browsing through that totse forum, and I came a cross this website.
Supposedly the head of Neurocam goes by the name of Robert Henly (a pseudonym I assume) and the above website has some really disturbing stuff about him in emails copied that he has sent to individuals such as threats, missions being comprimised, etc...

I found this, but don't know if it's worth anything...

On the other hand if you've seen the movie "The Game", I think it's similar to CRS.

posted on Jan, 12 2005 @ 11:37 PM
The following is an excerpt of an opinion:

Upon further investiongation of the mysterious Neurocam I whould ahve to go along w/ hsecollin23 on this . He wrote:

So what is neurocam?

I think neurocam is mind control, a mind control experiment/hoax.

It's probably one big hoax to prove that a single person can create an identity to convince thousands, millions, to commit petty chores at their command, a what-if? play on 1984, if you will. Neurocam is part Fight Club, a knock on society, a portrait of "what sick puppets we are", but mostly some college student's hoax to prove a point. We don't need psionic machines to control the human mind, we can do it ourselves, we do it every day. Every day you think "SSDD", it's a form of mind control, along with the meaningless tasks you complete every day.

Neurocam is intriguing, though, which is why I'm going to document my process with it. When the hoax gets exposed, I just hope I was right with this initial analysis. It's designed to make us all look like asses, and I'm fine with that as long as I have fun along the way.

"You have to go the distance..."

He thinks its just some back hoax that whould "prove that a single person can create an identity to convince thousands, millions, to commit petty chores at their command" . Interesting theory. Iin todays informational society escpically America, Americans ,and other poeple of well-off countrys, percieve instant results. (The smplicity of turning on a light or the task at hand in Iraq.)

Nevertheless, im glad to see that world is not dull and boring. Something like this could give millions of poeple a source of adventure and gratitude. I just hope that this entity does not abuse there power they have quickly recieved.
posted by Murph @ 1/7/2005 05:47:57 PM 0 comments

Here is the link -

Interesting to say the least. I'm looking into its affiliations as shown on the top of the page here here

The page is really just a blog of an exchange between business associates, but from what I know of human speech the whole structure of the "conversation" is a ploy, it doesn't sound real, i.e. the exchange centers mostly on their patting each other on the back and referencing secret information; just doesn't jive as a business proposition/endeavor.

I think it's a hoax but still interesting.

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posted on Jan, 12 2005 @ 11:46 PM
Robert Henley is affiliated with Mnemotec, however it exists on a server which is "forbidden", i.e. when I try to go to the website(, a 403 Forbidden page shows to inform me that I do not have permission to access the server on which mnemotec resides.

Can anyone else access this?

posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 12:23 AM
If you've ever heard of an alternate-reality game called I Love Bees,
neurocam sounds similar...

posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 08:36 AM
cant connect to either

posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 09:58 AM
Someone sign up for this, and let us know what happens!

posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 10:53 AM
That's really weird! I'm gonna have to look into that. Do you think if i signed up just to get some more info, they would make me suffer if I didn't complete my mission? And, does anyone know if they automatically give you a mission, or once you register do you have to contact them to get your mission?

posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 03:53 PM

found that while looking for neurocam international i also found a blog which had a copy of an e-mail of a mission for someone.

to me it looks like a big experiment by people to show how so many people are just looking to belong to something and will do whatever someone asks to belong to that group, but thats just what i think and what it looks like really.

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posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 04:04 PM
Dear Applicant

To conclude Neurocam's application process ALL APPLICANTS are required to
complete the following questionnaire and perception-based assessment.

An assessment of the applicant's suitability for operational deployment will
be made following the fulfillment of these non-negotiable pre-requisites.



1. How did you hear about Neurocam?
2. What are your expectations of Neurocam?
3. What is your lucky number?
4. Do you instinctively turn left or right?
5. Complete this sentence - "Neurocam is."





Assess applicant's perception abilities.


1. Write a detailed account of everything that happens between 4pm and 9pm
on Monday January 3, 2005. Pay particular attention to any occurrence which
may be deemed "out of the ordinary". Include in your account two images that
represent the best and worst things that happen on Monday 3, 2005.

2. Submit this report via email to by close of
business Friday January 7, 2005.


Not Applicable.


As with all Neurocam assignments, you will be assessed on the manner in
which you complete this assignment.

Intelligence and creativity are traits highly valued by Neurocam and a
demonstration of both of these will expedite your further advancement within
the organization. Your application and aptitude in this assignment will be
the basis for consideration for operational integration.




Charles Hastings
Head, Operations Division
Neurocam International

foudn thsi blog too if anyoen wants ot read it mroe then i did

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