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Exposed: The Soviet Union spent $1 billion on mind-control program

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posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:38 PM
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I found this interesting article and thought I'd put it up for discussion on ATS. The only thing new about this is that rumors and suspicions are now becoming facts. The timing of this is quite good and I thought the old pics/diagrams were unusual.



THE race to put man on the Moon wasn't enough of a battle for the global super powers during the Cold War. At the time, the Soviet Union and the United States were in an arms race of a bizarre, unconventional kind - that has been exposed in a new report. Beginning in 1917 and continuing until 2003, the Soviets poured up to $1 billion into developing mind-controlling weaponry to compete with similar programs undertaken in the US. While much still remains classified, we can now confirm the Soviets used methods to manipulate test subjects' brains.



Dr. Bill van Bise, electrical engineer, conducting a demonstration of Soviet scientific data and schematics for beaming a magnetic field into the brain to cause visual hallucinations.




The paper, by Serge Kernbach, at the Research Centre of Advanced Robotics and Environmental Science in Stuttgart, Germany, details the Soviet Union's extensive experiments, called "psychotronics". The paper is based on Russian technical journals and recently declassified documents.


The original scheme of transmitting and receiving bio-circuitry of the human nervous system.




The paper outlines how the Soviets developed "cerpan", a device to generate and store high-frequency electromagnetic radiation and the use of this energy to affect other objects. "If the generator is designed properly, it is able to accumulate bioenergy from all living things - animals, plants, humans - and then release it outside," the paper said. The psychotronics program, known in the US as "parapsychology", involves unconventional research into mind control and remote influence - and was funded by the government. With only limited knowledge of each other's mind-bending programs, the Soviets and Americans were both participating in similar secret operations, with areas of interest often mirroring the other country's study.


Example of a generator from the psychotronics program.



The newly declassified information outlined in the report only touches on the Soviet psychotronics program and the bizarre experiments undertaken. With so much information still classified, will we ever know the whole truth?


Never know the truth...that's a euphemism if ever....

Story:
www.news.com.au...

medium.com...




posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:41 PM
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The "schematic diagrams" don't make any sense. Bise is a well known crank, unless you like his other work on the power systems of Atlantis.

The psychotronic device looks real, though, at least it looks like any other Soviet psychotronics setup I've seen pics of.

eta: the little parallelogram white things aren't labels, they're symbols. Sometimes these setups have "symbolic amplifiers", where you'll have input and output wires glued to little drawings. I don't see any on there, but there are what looks like "symbolic filters" stuck to various inputs and outputs. The cone things are typical too. You don't have a metallic connection, there's a funnel for a lot of connections.They use a lot of ceramic blocks too, with terminals on.
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posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:42 PM
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Did it work?



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:43 PM
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That's it? Just 1 billion?

From the men who shoot umbrella darts of plutonium....



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:45 PM
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Rosinitiate
That's it? Just 1 billion?

From the men who shoot umbrella darts of plutonium....



No, no, the umbrella darts are ricin. That's Bulgarian, anyway. Soviets used to like cyanide vortex guns.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:48 PM
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Phage
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Did it work?


They did convince a couple of agents to relentlessly pursue a moose and a squirrel...




posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:48 PM
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You wanna try it?

I really don't know but my guess is that it probably gave significant results.

Apparently a lot of info is still classified and may never be released.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:49 PM
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I really don't know but my guess is that it probably gave significant results.

I would guess the opposite.
Now what?



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:58 PM
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madmac5150

Phage
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Did it work?


They did convince a couple of agents to relentlessly pursue a moose and a squirrel...



The formula for hush-a-boom is very important.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:59 PM
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The Soviets had a similar program. This included experiments in parapsychology, which the Soviets called psychotronics. The work built on a long-standing idea in Soviet science that the human brain could receive and transmit a certain kind of high frequency electromagnetic radiation and that this could influence other objects too. Various researchers reported that this “human energy” could change the magnetisation of hydrogen nuclei and stimulate the immune systems of wheat, vine and even humans. They even developed a device called a “cerpan” that could generate and store this energy.


This isn't significant? Not earth shattering but interesting....



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:59 PM
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Apparently the "schematic" doesn't really have much to do with the actually topic.
It seems to be from a book about telepathy from the early 20th century. It's referred to on page 4 of this article:
arxiv.org...



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:02 PM
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Phage
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Apparently the "schematic" doesn't really have much to do with the actually topic.
It seems to be from a book about telepathy from the early 20th century. It's referred to on page 4 of this article:
arxiv.org...


There are a lot of problems with it. Among many others, they've got the batteries hooked backwards.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:04 PM
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pandersway


This isn't significant? Not earth shattering but interesting....


How do you "store" high frequency electromagnetic energy? Generate, receive, yes. Store...eh, not so much.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:05 PM
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If true. Sure. On page 11 of the link I gave above it gives a list of the "positive" results.


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posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:07 PM
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It's not electromagnetic energy. Seems to be more a life-force kind of energy. Or something.

If the generator is designed properly, as claimed by Pavlita, it is able to accumulate bioenergy
from all living things – animals, plants, humans – and then release it outside’

arxiv.org...

A bunch of "candidates" for various things seem to find that the devices did...various things.

More about. Seems like there isn't much it couldn't do.
www.liveinternet.ru...


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posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:10 PM
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Phage
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If true. Sure. On page 11 of the link I gave above it gives a list of the "positive" results.


Beautiful. They've even got pyramids.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:14 PM
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Even now it is not too difficult to develop a
high-power generator based on e.g. the Puthoff’s patent
[120], Akimov’s patent [117] or results of many other
researchers, e.g. [139]. We also do not believe that human
behavior can be controlled.
However, we want to draw
attention to the significant potential of a long-term use
of these devices and the risk of unethical use of this
technology for so-called ’mild correction’, such as the PID
18
effect11 studied in plants and laboratory animals, see [140],
[141], [142], [143], [70], [69], [144], [145] and others.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:16 PM
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Dear OP:

If you are interested in this sort of thing, I suggest you plop down
20 bucks for a copy of "Mind Machines You Can Build" by Harry Stine.

We've got one in the library at work. It sort of covers a lot of the *ahem*
"stuff" in the arxiv article.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:38 PM
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No need, I found it online...think I'll go find some hidden water now



posted on Dec, 29 2013 @ 12:59 AM
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Dr. Elizabeth Rauscher and her husband, Dr. William Van Bise, are able to present research results about the fluctuations in the magnetic fields generated by the earth and in the ionsphere. A sensitive magnetic field detector makes it possible to monitor the geomagnetic field and pulsations and resonances associated with ionospheric excitations.

For this purpose, The Global Coherence Initiative, a collaborative research project with the Institute of HeartMath, Dr. Rauscher and other engineers and scientists, was founded with the purpose to design, build and maintain a Global Coherence Monitoring System (GCMS). The GCMS directly measures the changes in the magnetic fields.

Their research also led them to the conclusion that, two or three weeks prior to earthquakes or volcanic eruptions, the Earth’s magnetic field changes. Dr. Rauscher and Dr. Van Bise were able to predict 84 percent of the seismic activity occurring within 100 square mile area around a single detector.


Doesn't seem like a crank to me. If this is the same guy and I suspect it is.



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