Aaron Alexis -- the man authorities say is responsible for killing 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard -- told Newport, Rhode Island, police
last month that an individual "had sent three people to follow him and to talk, keep him awake and send vibrations into his body," according to a
Ok this is a little weird... However reading further, he allegedly goes into more detail.
According to that report, which is related to an investigation into a harassment complaint at a Marriott hotel in Newport, Alexis said he first
heard the people "talking to him through a wall" at a Residence Inn in Middletown, Rhode Island, where he'd been staying. He packed up and went to an
unidentified hotel on a Navy base in Newport where he heard the same voices talking to him.
He moved to a third hotel, the Marriott, according to the police report. There, Alexis first told authorities that the three individuals spoke to him
through the floor and then the ceiling. Alexis said the individuals were using "some sort of microwave machine" that sent "vibrations through the
ceiling, penetrating his body so he cannot fall asleep."
Has anybody ever heard a claim like this? Could this be the first real MSM reference to some sort of mind control program? I know that's not exactly
what is claimed, however, we are learning more and more everyday about the power of frequency.
He told authorities, according to the police report, that "he does not have a history of mental illness in his family and that he never had any
sort of mental episode."
I do believe it's possible that this report is directly related to the shooting, and not simply "he was tired and had a fit". I'm staying on this.
I've SCed the article as well, just in case. Will try to bring updates, as well as other sources.
lol Fox News fails to mention any kind of microwave weapons and vibrations...
Navy veteran Aaron Alexis, who killed 12 people at a Navy building in Washington Monday morning, had been suffering a host of serious mental
issues, including paranoia and a sleep disorder, law enforcement officials told the Associated Press.
Alexis had been hearing voices in his head and had been treated since August by the Veterans Administration for his mental problems, the officials
said. They spoke on condition of anonymity because the criminal investigation in the case was continuing.
Fox News fails to mention any kind of microwave weapons and vibrations...
Probably because what this fella is displaying is typical paranoid psychotic behavior.
No mystery. He had mental health issues as well as anger issues. To top it off ...
he had (according to neighbors) an attitude of hate towards America because his
life wasn't turning out the way he wanted it to. He thought America owed him.
It is possible. The technology is available commercially. Check out this Video.
From the video description--
Transmitters on a train route between Munich and North Rhine-Westphalia send high-frequency vibrations to windowpanes, allowing commuters to
hear advertising messages through bone conduction. The messages cannot be heard by the rest of the train passengers expect the commuter whose head is
in direct contact with the window pane. The sound transmission technology is currently used in some headphone and hearing aids as well as by the
I mean yea, that's the official explanation.. Can people with such severe mental illness that it sends them across the east coast hiding from voices
and vibrations - pass through the hoops necessary to gain secret clearance...?
Not saying you're wrong either, just playing devils advocate. We gotta get back into deep analysis here on ats.. Otherwise it's just a chat
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Anything can be blamed on mental illness. I refuse to rule out anything simply because it sounds too fantastic to be true.
The symptoms sound like Schizophrenia but I will point this out:
A. The official story may not be true, how do we know the shooter reported these things? In all honesty? Is there a video of him admitting that he
heard voices and vibrations?
B. Mind control technology exists and has been used for agenda, only to be blamed on Schizophrenia.
Yeah and what's to say that a cochlear implant couldn't be used with a wireless transmitter? It wouldn't even be difficult for them to do and would
be invisible to the eye if implanted on someone with normal hearing. The window tech you showed basically does the same thing if I am mistaken only
glass is the medium instead your body.
Yes things like this are usually passed off as mental illness.Just as just about evey strange experience members have posted are usually passed off as
sleep paralysis,if the member was within a 5mile radius of anything resembling a bed,couch or pallet.Acerbic sarcasm aside,it is entirely possible
that this guy was disturbed,but it is just as possible that he could have been a victim of psytronic torture.We will most likely never know.
My video sound isn't working right now that's why I wasn't able to watch it, I'm sorry.
I know I've read quite a few articles on some of the different technologies and it makes you wonder how you'd even protect yourself against
something like a vibration warfare.
Going back to the idea of not disregarding someone simply because what they are experiencing falls into psychiatric definitions...there is that long
running joke of conspiracy theorists about the tin-foil hat. What's funny about that is infrared can't get through aluminum foil...so maybe there
was some logic to all of that to begin with.
I hold everything to a point of plausibility. I think it was Dave Chapelle who was interviewed who said that the worst thing you can call someone is
crazy because it's dismissive, and I absolutely believe that.
Drug induced psychotic episode indeed. I think this is used far more than people realize. Not to mention that there could be hybrid drugs that have an
effect of making people angry, aggressive, violent, and hallucinate at the same time. Think of the angriest alcoholic you can think of mixed with a
meth addict and throw in a nice '___' trip, hand the guy a gun and well...you get what I'm saying.
Drugs would be the easiest because if it was an unknown/experimental (not street drug) it would never show in a autopsy/investigation.
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