posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 08:04 PM
I've perceived the effects of remote neural monitoring before. Unless you are expecting it to happen you won't feel or perceive it happening as it
happens. It will blend into the white noise and rambled frequencies people naturally ignore every day.
The sensations, on a nice remote neural monitoring from the federal government, and not some illegal imported handmade neural disturbing machine, are
much like the audio hypnosis programs you can buy from the bookstore.
The impulses sent work in stereo, believe it or not. In my perception it was the impulse to try to get me to go somewhere. The suggestions were
vague. One side would say "well I have to go to.." and the other side, at the same time would say "don't want to be late for..." or something
like that. Have to check my memoirs.
Then the monitoring goes up and down an emotional spectrum trying to find triggers. Trying to manipulate based on emotions related to family setups,
work setups, life setups. "mom wouldn't want me to do..." whatever. The idea is that the brain fills in the gaps to the impulse set-up.
Favorable or unfavorable emotions on the introduction of words.
Then on another level of frequency, causing bodily upset is the idea. Nausea. Fidgeting. Mild dizziness. Anything to get a response.
Then along that frequency, I don't know how it's done, but they can tune into the optic nerve. You can't perceive what they see through things or
what, but I know it's possible.
The downside to government head hacking is that when they do this, they initiate a channel. The vision sees both ways in other words, because there
are frequencies to cause esp abilities in the target. The scans show up on their computers in a very cold state up northwest of the mainland, where
the camo is grey and light blue. It looks like doppler radar on the operator's screens in that very sterile office place, but it's a scan of a
brain. Three circles for some type of interferometry? Anyways it's not an exact science, but a method. I'd say it's similar to a lie detector
MRI test. It's not evidence of truth, just response.
It's a deterrent method. At short notice you get 20 minutes from where you are to a reaction from government if it decides to target you for
removal. And I suppose they could crank up that dial and turn their equipment into something that can cause bodily injury. And sometimes I wonder if
the operators at the screen are realizing that what they are manipulating is a real person, or some test.
Definitely assault with a microwave weapon, regardless of the assumed power/control of the assaulter.