posted on Jan, 14 2012 @ 02:40 PM
Originally posted by CrazyRaccoon
..the CIA has successfully created the first 'gamma ray rifle'. .
Now this is very interesting to me. If they're talking about it now they've been using them for years.
I got shot in the back with some kind of beam weapon. At least that's my interpretation of events.
I did a little stunt that presented damming information to a large number of British troops, a stand of dignitaries, the local police, the public and
my chosen target, the Intelligence community. I was the only activist there, none of them could miss me. Conversations fell silent behind me as I
passed, (I had the sign with this information slung over my back).
The next day I was sitting on a bench having an intense conversation when I became aware of a localised feeling of discomfort on my back. I didn't
react because the conversation was so intense. I suspect they wait for such a time so you don't move when it hits. Over the following hours the pain
steadily increased till I could hardly breathe. I thought I was going to die that night and gave my last message to my companion. The only way I could
relax enough to breathe was by lying on a pickaxe handle and levering it up against the painful area.
My companion said the painful area was swollen and red. I could feel the angle that the beam passed through me and a less painful area in the muscles
where the beam exited. The only clear area in front of me when I was sitting on the bench was slightly to my right. They cannot risk hitting two
people with one shot in a covert operation because that would give a direct line back to the shooter. In my case I suspect the shooter was standing
behind me with a weapon disguised as a camera or something similar. The best shot they could have got without risking collateral damage would be the
angle I could feel.
Of course it could be coincidence that I experienced these very unusual symptoms for some reason the day after doing what I consider the most
effective action of my life. I'm not going to tell you exactly what I did because it could be used to identify me. Plenty of influential people know
about this incident and that gives me a degree of protection, but I'm not telling you ATS nutters who I am. I will say that no one would do a stunt
like that because it would be bound put you on the hit list. I did it and I'm still alive. After three days I could more or less walk very short
distances normally and after about ten days I was almost completely out of pain though some symtoms persisted for many months.
So if you know what you want to do to peacefully raise awareness and force various groups to have red faced conversations about the subjects they all
want to deny, but you know the risk is great, just do it. (Disclaimer. Don't blame me if you end up in a coffin.)
edit on 14-1-2012 by Kester