posted on May, 11 2010 @ 12:01 AM
Originally posted by jassie51289
I have a 3 year old daughter. she is so happy and positive all the time... and the other day out of no where, she said "mommy, everyone's gonna
die" ..... i asked her who told her and she said"a man told me, he was nice too. he said all the bad people were going to die" i asked if she was
and she said "no, they'll all take care of me" i asked if i was going to die, she said "no, you are a good person with a clean heart" .....and
everything was going to change. its going to be scary and sad for some but so happy for others. she said we are going to get to be aliens and go see
all the stuff we want to and fly around and be happy. She has always said there were aliens. she says they fly ships, they have wings and there are
all kinds. she said some are down here with us and others just watch. she said they protect her and myself. and she said they were the ones that would
keep us safe while the "bad stuff happens".....
I quoted Jasse's story here to keep track of it. So here's two 3 yr old's of ATS members, that both live on the East Coast, and both are hearing
voices of future doom and gloom.
Since we're on a conspiracy forum, I'm going to go out on a limb here with a big WHAT IF....
What if.... the mind control experiments are becoming so perfected and precise that they can target a certain age group?
I did a little research and came up with this article on the Washington Post called, "Mind Games."
Then, he says, he began to hear voices. Girard could distinguish several different male voices, which came complete with a mental image of how the
voices were being generated: from a recording studio, with "four slops sitting around a card table drinking beer," he says. The voices were crass
but also strangely courteous, addressing him as "Mr. Girard." They taunted him. They asked him if he thought he was normal; they suggested he was
going crazy. They insulted his classmates: When an overweight student showed up for a field trip in a white raincoat, they said, "Hey, Mr. Girard,
doesn't she look like a refrigerator?" Six months after the voices began, they had another question for him: "Mr. Girard, Mr. Girard. Why aren't
you dead yet?" At first, he recalls, the voices would speak just two or three times a day, but it escalated into a near-constant cacophony, often
accompanied by severe pain all over his body -- which Girard now attributes to directed-energy weapons that can shoot invisible beams.
The article is 5 pages long, but page 4 was interesting too.
But there are hints of ongoing research: An academic paper written for the Air Force in the mid-1990s mentions the idea of a weapon that would use
sound waves to send words into a person's head. "The signal can be a 'message from God' that can warn the enemy of impending doom, or encourage
the enemy to surrender," the author concluded.
So, they can put voices in your head. So suppose they are prepping children to expect and accept what "they say" what will happen in the future?