Inconvenient Truth #11: Secret Army Paper on Microwave Weapons

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Special Note:  In view of revealed information that the Navy Shipyard shooter Aaron Alexis believed that a microwave weapon caused voices that appeared in his head, and that the older brother of the Boston Marathon Bombings told people “someone was sending thoughts in my head to do things I didn’t want to“, I thought it was very important to reblog this post. Yes, truth is stranger than fiction, and we are nowhere near the truth on this latest shooting incident…many questions, few answers…

 

 

“…it seems possible that this technology could be developed to the point where words could be transmitted to be heard like the spoken word, except that it could only be heard within a person’s head…”

Army document, “NonLethal Technologies Worldwide” (NGIC-1147-101-98), 1998

In recent years, there have been cases of suspected “mind control” or maybe “mind manipulation” in the news, though not explained that way.  One case that is particularly interesting is the case of Bruce Ivins (a future inconvenient truth), the FBI’s “Anthrax” terrorist.  He had episodes where he thought he was hearing things.  Another case of this “hearing things” would be the Son of Sam case in the 1970’s, where David Berkowitz thought a dog was telling him to murder people.

Well and good.  Maybe they both were just crazy…or maybe not.  In this formerly Secret/NoForn (No foreigner) document, the Army goes through different types of Microwave and Laser weapons and the effects they produce.  Read the highlighted area’sand make your own informed judgements about whether these could’ve and more importantly COULD be used against the populace…

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One Response to Inconvenient Truth #11: Secret Army Paper on Microwave Weapons

  1. SleepNoMore says:

    Reblogged this on It Was Only A Dream and commented:

    In view of revealed information that the Navy Shipyard shooter Aaron Alexis believed that a microwave weapon caused voices to be talking to him, I thought it was very important to reblog this post. Yes, truth is stranger than fiction, and we are nowhere near the truth on this latest shooting incident…many questions, few answers…

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