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Remote mindcontrol network ?

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posted on Mar, 20 2008 @ 06:04 AM
Browsing around on the web in found this information.

Project Starshine.

Some websites report that this project is a cover up for a grand mind control experiment using micro wave

The official project description seems to tell that these satellites are launched for educational and observation


There is not much information i can find on the "mind control" side of the story.
Any one familiar with this project ?

Project Starshine is a NASA supported program that aims to place an armada of orbital psychotronic transceivers in

the night sky for the purpose of intercontinental mind control.
The Starshine satellites are covered in small, round aluminum deflector elements which are used to target mind

control rays, shot from ground-based psychotrons, on to the heads of unsuspecting people across the globe.

Coins: Another example of aluminum-based psychotronic manipulation is the addition of aluminum to coins, ostensibly

to lower production costs. Patterning of the aluminum, either in alloy percentage or shape, can be used to deflect

psychotronic beams in controlled ways, causing a signal to be amplified, redirected, or encoded with identification

tags. This technology, used in the United States and Europe, turns people's pocket change into psychotronic

transceivers and tracking devices.

I've included a picture of Starshine 3, a picture "they" don't want you to see.
The man behind the satellite is one of the evil masterminds behind the project (note the protective clothing).
You'll notice that this time, it is larger and it has antennas.
This means that it has greater capacity and the ability to tailor it's transmissions.

Could it be that this is a network of micro wave mindcontrol satellites.
Somehow combined with a world wide net of micro wave cellphone/mindcontrol towers.
I would not be supprised.

official starshine project site

Remote Mind Control

posted on Mar, 20 2008 @ 07:27 AM
I seriously doubt it! Whoever came up with that nonsense is looking awfully paranoid

posted on Mar, 20 2008 @ 08:36 AM

Here we see the man leering at the dastardly device. We can clearly tell from his goatee and choice of red back-lighting that he must be aligned with the evil forces of mind control. As noted in the email, he is wearing some sort of deflective headwear - no doubt to protect himself from his own nefarious evil-doing. Source, if you want to call it that

Obviously, allied with the evil Emporer Ming and his devious minions. Call Flash Gordon!!!!! He'll save us!!!!

That's flat out goofy. Evil, dastardly, and nefarious....all in one paragraph. The line about "deflective headwear" is so ironic......the writer of this nonsense probably should be wearing a helmet.

posted on Mar, 20 2008 @ 12:08 PM
I especially love the grimacing face the guy in the background is giving. You can see it clearly thanks to "ZPI image-enhancing software" which, as far as I can tell, doesnt exist.

Edit to add, the entire site is a joke, you know that right? just click on the "testimonial" tab to see the wonders of the "AFDB" or "Aluminum Foil Deflector Beanie".

[edit on 20-3-2008 by InSpiteOf]

posted on Mar, 21 2008 @ 05:07 AM
Yep the whole aluminium deflector beanie site looks like a joke somewhat.

I was digging up some old sites that i found about 10 years ago where they try to digg into the topic of remote microwave mindcontrol.

The site is quite dated to

The man in the picture in the back of Starshine 3 looks quite like "magneto" from X-men.

Still i do believe there is quite a possibility that microwave mindcontrol is not just a fringe science.

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