NSA Using Remote Neural Monitoring

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posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 01:29 PM
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Interesting article and...scary.

But remember this is a conspiracy site and it won't be too long, hours maybe, that there will be threads popping up claiming the Govt. is reading their mind.

"Oh My God! I knew it! My ears have been ringing and I knew something just wasn't right!"

Watch and wait...3...2...1...


Peace




posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 02:03 PM
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I am damn sure this is old hat from decades ago.....
Not that it isnt true, but its old tech from the 60s-80s......
There are certain basic frequencies which the human body untilises for nerve transmission of impulses....flood the airwaves with same, and who can say what spasdics may apear?
The technology for much more is already patented......better believe it...
There are cloth hats available which have the faraday cage woven into the fabric....the cloth is even for sale for the public.....



posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 02:23 PM
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Just out of curiosity see if you know someone who's been in the military at least 8 years. Grab their left ear and feel the very top. Ask them if they remember getting that implanted when the military yanked their wisdom teeth.


I don't know if it's true, but try it and see how many people you can freak out. Maybe you'll stumble across something.....



posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 04:06 PM
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I dont know if this has any relevence but this thread made me think of this vid



posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 04:15 PM
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posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 04:27 PM
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One can build a simple biofield radiant energy meter using several diodes capacitors an antenna and multimeter. This tech is real and it does get used. Having said this I would say its use is rare. So no need to start getting paranoid being aware and educated allows one to see and adjust accordingly.




NSA SigInt can remotely detect, identify and monitor a person's bioelectric fields. The NSA's Signals Intelligence has the proprietary ability to remotely and non-invasively monitor information in the human brain by digitally decoding the evoked potentials in the 30-50 hz, .5 milliwatt electro-magnetic emissions from the brain.


Here is a simple demonstration of a basic circuit which can do this.


I also just wanted to add as a Signal propagation specialist. For anyone who is paranoid about this sort of thing. (Electronic inception or snooping) Any area with a high enough emf field will cause to much signal noise for it to be effective.

What is probably to far down the rabbit hole for many in safe/normal land is that thoughts can be projected to a target by other humans. Send receive and RV are very developed technologies and for those with the time tenancies an leisure to perfect these techniques they can be quite effective with inception and telepathic suggestions and ques.

A fellow researcher of mine developed this program to test if retro-psychokinesis was real (the ability to affect probability using intention the ability to project thoughts to affect probability. Test it for yourself cid-a18306fceaf65b4d.skydrive.live.com...
Or use the online version here.
www.fourmilab.ch...

Thoughts or images can be sent to a known receiver.

Here is one example
Sender Me



Receiver Cavalorn




This was a researcher who I had never met and only knew from research on the forums. No clues were given the sender receiver formula was followed. This stuff is real. As to whether or not people accept it as a norm is up to them.

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posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 04:33 PM
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Ignore that seductress. It truly irks me that some just do not want to take this subject seriously when our privacy is being ripped out from under us.

Guess they like being screwed in more ways than one , imo.

I think this technology goes way beyond the line ...in stealing our right to privacy.

Thank you for the thread oP. Maybe people will begin to see some light.

Thought I should point out this ATS thread for those who are unaware.

Precrime device being tested by Homeland Security in Northeast US
www.abovetopsecret.com...
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posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 04:47 PM
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This really is crazy. I never knew such a thing existed till now, if i could id give the OP another star and flag for bringing this to light..

I do seem to remember a video of them doing something like this with a cat, but i never knew it worked on humans too O_o .



posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 05:01 PM
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Yeah, they have had this type of technology for quite some time.... but they can't actually use any of the information gathered from these sources for legal evidence, because the very nature of this methodology is a violation of privacy (Fourth Amendment).

This is why they are trying to push through more and more legislation that paves the way for making this sort of Intelligence gathering "Legal" and thus usable in court.

Of course, they are going to do it very slowly, systematically, and incrementally... just to avert suspicion.

And yes, a Faraday Cage is probably your best bet for defeating this kind of EM monitoring.... because the potential distribution of the Faraday Cage absorbs all of the directed EM waves, or scatters them to uselessness.



posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 05:05 PM
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Alright so seriously... should e all start lining our caps with tin foil? lol
this is pretty crazy stuff here... makes me wonder if they can make people into zombies and make them commit crimes..

Zombie points at X
driver positions passenger side over X
JFK goes splat


Interesting post S&F :]



posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 05:10 PM
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Someone asked if anyone had had this happen. Yes.
I am in the UK and on the day of the last elections, I had a thought pop up in my mind
" I think I will vote for Nick Clegg"

I thought to myself that is not my thought, as I had already chosen my candidate and it most certainly was not Nick Clegg. It sounded like my voice but not my inflections.

So I sent out a jamming thought. The next day when he didn't get the landslide he expected, you should have seen the full-on sulk he was showing.

This is how they have been rigging the votes and implants are not needed, else I couldn't have jammed it.

Silk apparently, is a protection, use like a headscarf and as a bedsheet at night.
Peace



posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 05:10 PM
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Wouldn't it be ironic if tinfoil was the only way to counter this?

Going to make my tinfoil top hat right now!



posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 08:04 PM
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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.



posted on Jan, 13 2012 @ 05:20 AM
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Originally posted by tinfoilsrule
There goes the neighborhood.

I'm getting that whole Inception/Matrix paranoia again. How do you know that reality is real?


What you should be getting, is the whole Magneto/X-Men head-shield thing!!

I am. Heh



posted on Jan, 13 2012 @ 05:39 AM
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That's right I forgot about Magneto. How could I? *puts on dunce cap*
And AriesJedi's comment about the thought "I'll vote for Nick Clegg" popping into his head reminded me of the Doctor Who episodes "The Sound of Drums" and the "Last of the Time Lords"



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 06:42 PM
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Originally posted by stirling
I am damn sure this is old hat from decades ago.....
Not that it isnt true, but its old tech from the 60s-80s......

Its not new, it started in the 50s and they have been improving on it ever since.

For example TV is old tech, compare the first TV to the newest ones.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 06:43 PM
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Originally posted by Glassbender777
I read about this, and they say it only works, when they have someone Implanted

They dont need a chip for this.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 06:48 PM
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OMG , Jesse Ventura just watched the vid , never seen any stuff of his since Predator movie , he has aged something chronic , old man , Chuck Norris looks in better shape.
yeah need to get out more ha ha.
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posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 07:09 PM
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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.


Your comment here got me thinking about the Bridgend suicides. I wonder if this town was a place they may have tested this technology. If so, it was easily explained away as socioeconomic problems. How convenient.
Here is a link to an article about it:
www.telegraph.co.uk...



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 08:29 PM
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Thanx, I went and tried some things. Mostly the pendulum. It was fun. Kept getting better. Oh should I dare try it again? But not certain about how these things would work over the internet vs in person. I know I was once tested with 8 shape cards (mixed every time) in person and got 100% in twenty something tries. Never tried it again though...

Plus I couldn't find the picture test.

If neural monioring ever does become a reality, I wonder how it would work out with folks like me. Tee hee...





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