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Election Mind Control?

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posted on Nov, 6 2004 @ 11:13 PM
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Very very strange.

Numerous regional doppler radar stations all had this anomaly over Ohio on Election Night.


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posted on Nov, 6 2004 @ 11:31 PM
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The site would be a little more credible if it posted links to the sources for these images.

As it is, it looks like a rather cheap hoax to me.



posted on Nov, 6 2004 @ 11:48 PM
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Originally posted by Majic
The site would be a little more credible if it posted links to the sources for these images.

As it is, it looks like a rather cheap hoax to me.


You're right. I suppose a search of the appropriate weather services archives could be in order.

But I suspect that the official records will match exactly. If they exist.



posted on Nov, 7 2004 @ 12:10 AM
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I found an alternate source showing the anomaly over Ohio on election night.

www.weathermatrix.net...

Sorry. It definately wasn't photoshopped.




posted on Nov, 7 2004 @ 12:52 AM
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The Cleveland station was down for "maintenance" in the morning.

This is the only entry that states "restore time unknown".

www.letxa.com...



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 01:49 AM
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Anyone know if this picture is legit? Looks like someone just filled in a red circle in the ohio area. However if it is legit then what does Infrared Light have to do with mind control?

Actually I should probably re-word that...

How can Infrared light mentally control someone?



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 05:22 AM
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How funny, the archived data doesn't show the huge red blob. Or maybe the mind control just stops me from seeing it. Of course, rest of the radar data seems to match up pretty well.



This image was dynamically generated by the NEXRAD Archives. You can go there and enter the time and date yourself if you want.



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 01:35 PM
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[edit on 1-2-2005 by saint4God]



posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 01:43 AM
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hahaha. Looks like someone used there paint program to have a little fun.



posted on Aug, 24 2005 @ 05:37 AM
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Originally posted by Ignas Cano
hahaha. Looks like someone used there paint program to have a little fun.


nope...

these radar image anomalies are common.

www.cheniere.org...



posted on Aug, 24 2005 @ 06:36 AM
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Common Enough To Be Mind Control


Originally posted by __rich__
these radar image anomalies are common.

If that is true, then what is the purpose of your original post to this thread?


The radar images are not the only anomaly I'm seeing posted here.



posted on Aug, 24 2005 @ 05:30 PM
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Originally posted by Majic
Common Enough To Be Mind Control


Originally posted by __rich__
these radar image anomalies are common.

If that is true, then what is the purpose of your original post to this thread?


The radar images are not the only anomaly I'm seeing posted here.


What? You really think if such systems exist they only use or test them on election day?

It has been proven that electromagnetic activity can cause a myriad of mental symptoms, including depression, lethargy, etc.

Is it possible to use common NexRad radar units for other uses than simple weather monitoring? After all the units are all located under high security on Air Force bases. They are also all easily remote controlled.

Can a couple switches be turned, a few clicks of a mouse, the power levels increased, and the station basically be used as a giant antenna blanketing an area in electromagnetic radiation? I find this scenario to be at least POSSIBLE. And we all know that if something is possible someone will try and find a use for it.

Maybe the phrase "mind control" is a bit extreme. But mind manipulation through electromagnetics is indeed a fact. After all the brain operates in a small frequency bandwidth range.

Simple things such as binaural beats can cause the synchronization effect and slow or speed up the brain's normal frequency. Causing altered states of conscoisness.

So this theory is indeed possible. And seeing the ruthlessness of the neo-cons to gain and maintain their power, nothing surprises me anymore.



[edit on 24-8-2005 by __rich__]



posted on Aug, 24 2005 @ 06:27 PM
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Forecast: Sunny And Warm, With A Chance Of Mind Control


Originally posted by __rich__
What? You really think if such systems exist they only use or test them on election day?

No, it's more a case that if they use them, weather radars are probably not the most likely place for it, and if they were using them, I would think they would be smart enough to implement the mind control feature in such a way as to avoid flagging the activity with anomalies.

There's also the issue of National Weather Service complicity. Is the NWS a front for mind control operations, or is it just a weather service?

While it's possible the NWS is a front for something like this, it's rather unlikely in consideration of how much better other technologies are for controlling the “masses” (a term I despise).

None Dare Call It Mind Control


Originally posted by __rich__
Maybe the phrase "mind control" is a bit extreme. But mind manipulation through electromagnetics is indeed a fact. After all the brain operates in a small frequency bandwidth range.

Simple things such as binaural beats can cause the synchronization effect and slow or speed up the brain's normal frequency. Causing altered states of conscoisness.

Certainly, the possibilities for MKULTRA follow-on technology are significant, and what has been published is way behind the state of the art.

However, if a satisfactory level of control can be achieved with other, simpler technologies, why bother with all the tech gear?

A guy sitting at a computer somewhere can write a propaganda payload in a matter of hours that can affect world politics and public opinion forever. All he has to do is choose the right words, and there are people who specialize in doing just that.

Many of them are very, very talented at their craft.

The best way to control someone's mind is to control the information it is exposed to. Manipulate that for desired effect, and not only will you gain control, but you don't even need to identify your targets. Just release your memes into the infosphere and customers will come to you.

Why mess with microwave beams when you can control people with mere words?

Unwitting Proof


Originally posted by __rich__
So this theory is indeed possible. And seeing the ruthlessness of the neo-cons to gain and maintain their power, nothing surprises me anymore.

Here's a friendly tip. Mind control is an information-based technology. No electronics are required, except to carry the information.

You don't need to stimulate electrical resonance in someone's skull, all you need is to stimulate emotional resonance in someone's mind.

When you use phrases like “the ruthlessness of the neo-cons”, you are manifesting signs of mind control.

It's quite common. In fact, everyone I have come into contact with manifests signs of mind control, including me. Mass mind control does not require special radars.

Real mass mind control comes via the media, including the Internet. In fact, you're spreading some of their memes here.

“Neocons = ruthless = mind control”. Somebody made that up, kind of like “Bush lied, thousands died.” That sort of thing.

The two main flavors of this sort of mental hygiene are “Progressive” and “Conservative” at the moment. Choose one, then sit back, relax and let professionals do your thinking for you. That's an offer many people can't refuse.

Dude, they don't need mind control radars or any special EM technology. All they need is TV, radio, newspapers or a website -- something that carries information that can be manipulated.

Their customers take it from there, because most people want to be controlled, and from where I sit, the information warfare specialists who run these programs are doing a banner business.

Beware of mind control memes. To paraphrase an old slogan (itself a meme), you are what you think.

Food for (hopefully free) thought.




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