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In 1982, an obscure organization called the Congressional Clearinghouse on the Future published a study titled “Future Agenda.” . . .
Now, in two places in that report, “Future Agenda”, the words offensive microwave weapons are used, and in one place the words offensive microwave weapons are linked with the words and mind control mechanisms. I have never seen the words offensive microwave weapons used in any other government report. We’ve never had the public discussion of offensive microwave weapons which should have occurred by 1992, but these weapons are out there, and they are being used on human beings both experimentally and operationally
Because of my interest in the technology of offensive microwave weapons, I am frequently contacted by people who believe they are being assaulted (and mind-controlled) with microwave weapons by the United States Government. Since 1990 I have spent countless hours listening to
these people, and attempting to separate truth from delusion, to separate the credible cases of involuntary human experimentation from people who “wanna be” victims of government research, and paranoids; there are a few of them.
In 1991, I had a long conversation about the problem of mind-control mechanisms with W. Ross Adey. He counseled me to forget these victims because the Central Intelligence Agency would soon loose interest in electric and magnetic field effects and go on to something else. The
outcome has been quite the opposite of what he expected, and in recent years the reports crossing my desk (and tying up my telephone) have accelerated greatly. Not only that, but new words are entering the vocabulary of the military and intelligence establishments: biological process control , cognitive warfare , synthetic telepathy , offensive information warfare , beta wave incapacitator , psycho technologies and neuromorphic engineering The day of the teleoperated assassin is upon us, and his name may be Rusty Weston.