Originally posted by boondock-saint
Originally posted by Ahmose
Well, the military does have technology that can direct words/thoughts/sounds/etc directly into ones head, or mind.
I think most of us on ATS have read about that 'weapon'?
Ill dig up a link if I have to. lol
the military has a weapon that can do this ????
does this weapon have a name??
Please post a link !!!
Sure, ill post a few. lol
One name is LRAD~
While U.S. efforts to deploy it's microwave Active Denial System (which transmits a searchlight sized bean of energy when makes people downrange feel
like their skin is on fire) continue to be delayed, another non-lethal system, LRAD (Long Range Acoustic Device) has been quietly deployed to Iraq.
And there the story gets a little strange.
LRAD is basically a focused beam of sound.
Originally, it was designed to emit a very loud sound.
Anyone whose head was touched by this beam, heard a painfully loud sound. Anyone standing next to them heard nothing.
But those hit by the beam promptly fled, or fell to the ground in pain.
Permanent hearing loss is possible if the beam is kept on a person for several seconds, but given the effect the sound usually has on people (they
move, quickly), it is unlikely to happen. LRAD works. It was recently used off Somalia, by a cruise ship, to repel pirates. Some U.S. Navy
ships also carry it, but not just to repel attacking suicide bombers, or whatever. No, the system was sold to the navy for a much gentler
application. LRAD can also broadcast speech for up to 300 meters. The navy planned to use LRAD to warn ships to get out of the way. This was
needed in places like the crowded coastal waters of the northern Persian Gulf, where the navy patrols. Many small fishing and cargo boats ply these
waters, and it's often hard to get the attention of the crews. With LRAD, you just aim it at a member of the crew, and have an interpreter
"speak" to the sailor. It was noted that the guy on the receiving end was sometimes terrified, even after he realized it was that large American
destroyer that was talking to him. This apparently gave the army guys some ideas, for there are now rumors in Iraq of a devilish American weapon that
makes people believe they are hearing voices in their heads.
s by me.
The effect has long been a laboratory curiosity, with no application. But, over the years, the military has been intrigued. The idea (dubbed "the
telepathic ray gun") was mentioned in a 1998 US Army study, which turned up in a recent Freedom of Information Act document dump. Five years later,
the Navy decided to put some R&D dollars into the project. Now, as I note on the New Scientist website, Dr. Lev Sadovnik of the Sierra Nevada
Corporation has provided more details.
A recently declassified US Army report on the biological effects of non-lethal weapons reveals outlandish plans for "ray gun" devices, which would
cause artificial fevers or beam voices into people's heads.
The report titled "Bioeffects Of Selected Nonlethal Weapons" was released under the US Freedom of Information Act and is available on this website
(pdf). The DoD has confirmed to New Scientist that it released the documents, which detail five different "maturing non-lethal technologies" using
microwaves, lasers and sound.
Released by US Army Intelligence and Security Command at Fort Meade, Maryland, US, the 1998 report gives an overview of what was then the state of the
art in directed energy weapons for crowd control and other applications.
A word in your ear
Some of the technologies are conceptual, such as an electromagnetic pulse that causes a seizure like those experienced by people with epilepsy. Other
ideas, like a microwave gun to "beam" words directly into people's ears, have been tested. It is claimed that the so-called "Frey Effect" - using
close-range microwaves to produce audible sounds in a person's ears - has been used to project the spoken numbers 1 to 10 across a lab to
In 2004 the US Navy funded research into using the Frey effect to project sound that caused "discomfort" into the ears of crowds.
The report also discusses a microwave weapon able to produce a disabling "artificial fever" by heating a person's body. While tests of the idea are
not mentioned, the report notes that the necessary equipment "is available today". It adds that while it would take at least fifteen minutes to
achieve the desired "fever" effect, it could be used to incapacitate people for almost "any desired period consistent with safety."
Less exotic technologies discussed include laser dazzlers and a sound source loud enough to disturb the sense of balance. Both have been realised in
the years since the report was written. The US army uses laser dazzlers in Iraq, while the Long Range Acoustic Device has military and civilian users,
and has been used on one occasion to repel pirates off Somalia.
However, the report does not mention any trials of weapons for producing artificial fever or seizures, or beaming voices into people's heads.
Yeah, theres a few.
Also, they have similar weapons,
that can do nasty stuff,
like turn your bowels into water, through a wall.
or make you instantly have to throw up, through a wall,
or give a severe migraine, through a wall..
they can do allot man. lol
efn dix. lol
Ohh, here is the PDF released under FOIA on the "telepathic ray gun"
DoD confirms they released the docs. lol
[edit on 11-8-2010 by Ahmose]
Oh dang, I forgot, I wanted to add something to my first post on pg1.
I forgot to mention, that during the times that I am 'just waking up', or just falling asleep, when I see the words appearing on a small screen or
something, I am the one who is actually saying the words in my head,
and as I say them..
the words form on the 'screen'..
The whole time Im doing this,
Im thinking things like,
"where is this coming from?
I dont talk like this, i dont use these words, this is far too advanced for me" "I dont even fully understand this". lol
Then I go back and "read it" as many times as I can before it drifts out of my mind,
often thinking, "ok, ive gone over it enough to be able to remember it when i am "conscious".. "
But, i never seem to be able to. lol
I dont think this is military telepathic ray guns or anything.. lol
Im starting to think though,
that it is coming from the 'Higher Self"...
if that makes sense to yah. lol
[edit on 11-8-2010 by Ahmose]