reply to post by andy1033
As a targeted individual, I always aim to help other TIs wherever I can, by revealing operational and technical strategies I have noticed and recorded
over the years, from both myself and other targeted individuals whose observations I have read (such as Thomasz Szolcik, a long-term TI who runs the
A good rule of thumb is to not attempt to describe specific details of attackers' radioweapon technology unless you are one of those rare people who
have had a chance to see it. Rather, record the sensations that exposure to it produces, and the strategies that the weapon operators appear to be
using to modify your behaviour and character.
For example, a frequent strategy is a technique called 'operant conditioning' by psychologists. However, in the case of the weapons operators, the
purpose is to harm rather than heal, by creating deformations in the target's character that make it likely he will break down, and/or be involved in
crime or risky activity that increases the likelihood of him being hurt, incarcerated or killed.
Operant conditioning is the use of pain or pleasurable sensations applied to a person in response to desired or unwanted behaviours, to reinforce or
eliminate them from the person's character. It is most effective when the person is unaware that the sensations originate outside his body and are
under intelligent control. The target's awareness of this reduces the effectiveness of the conditioning, since he can deliberately override the
behaviours he is being conditioned to have. For this reason it is most effective in animals, although the development of radioweapons now has allowed
operant conditioning to achieve its full potential on unaware human subjects.
With radioweapons, reinforcement of harmful behaviours can be done by withdrawing
the weapon (the source of pain or mental disturbances) when
the targeted individual carries out the risky behaviour desired by the weapons operators. This behaviour can be as simple as becoming angry with
one's family whilst under prolonged mental and physical stress caused by exposure to radioweapons. (This case is a first step, which helps to
alienate the target from his family and thus isolate him and make him easier to target in future.)
In order to discover the strategies being used on you, you need to notice each time you feel unsourced pain, particularly on localized spots on your
body, and in particular on various parts of your head. Try to shield the sensations with your hands. If the pain subsides whilst covered by your
hands, it suggests its source is outside your body.
The pains felt to the head indicate the use of psychotropic radioweapons, and you should note them (and their location) when they happen, and what
happens to your mood and ability to think when they do. Learn which sensation corresponds to each mood state, and what behaviours cause the pain to
subside (on your body as well). This will help you learn which harmful behaviours your attackers are trying to reinforce. You should then be able to
anticipate and manage the effects as much as possible and thereby avoid their traps.
Try to notice also whether there is any anisotropy of the source of the pain, i.e. whether it seems to come from certain restricted directions in your
home or environment. As you are long-term TI, it is likely that your attackers have by now achieved 360-degree coverage of your property. However, you
can still take notice of whether the pain sensations are geographically sensitive - that is to say, whether they change when you are in different
places away from your home, and in particular outside the country.
It is now clear that networked victimization is a worldwide phenomenon, in spite of the many sources of misinformation that inevitably pop up to
pollute discussions between genuine targeted individuals. I have written a paper in an attempt to explain the phenomenon, and I hope TIs will find it
useful. You can read it at www.scribd.com...