Dr. Katherine Horton – Stop 007: Remote Neural Monitoring Basics (Targeted Individuals)

Dr. Katherine Horton - Stop 007: Remote Neural Monitoring Basics (Targeted Individuals)

On 3/23/17, … wrote:
> I did read the patent. The thing is, is that they don’t need to use
> electrodes anymore. Their equipment is so sensitive. Here is a link to Dr.
> Horton talking about RNM:
> https://youtu.be/p2cH3eWVTEE

Dr. Horton says about links bellow, but I couldn’t find any

youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=2m30s : … as you can imagine if you can read out brain waves remotely you can also “perhaps” influence them remotely …:

I was thoroughly shocked to see Dr. Horton say such thing. I have always watched Dr. Horton I would even say with devotion. It creates way too much “dissonance” in my mind. At this point I wonder what will be next: Barrie Trower, Annie Machon, William Binney being false flag operations? At least Dr. Horton speaks in ways you can argue about. Listening to her talk like that is more than enough for me to take a vacation from it all for a while.

No wonder people think of us as crazies. To me we are like modern day alchemists after chemistry became a science. Why do we insist trying to rationalize falsehoods when we can and do know certain things to be factually wrong is way beyond my understanding
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=3m15s : … when you are moving your arms OR when you are thinking about a certain topic

Dr.Horton should know that when it comes to our brains there is a HUGE difference between “moving your arms” and “thinking about a certain topic”. Yes, all our motor movements are steered from our brains, but our thoughts are not being decoded and transmitted through the VERY METAPHORICAL AND ABUSIVELY SO “wires in our brains”. fMRIs have very clearly shown that people who play, say, the cello or the guitar with the frets on their right have a quite different “wiring” of their arms/forearms/hands and that due to neuroplasticity your brain can and does drastically change its inner working within seconds by just “shutting your eyes” (as the song goes)
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=4m0s what you essentially have is an electrical signal traveling …

No, it isn’t. I included the Nobel Prize experiments of Otto Lowei in previous emails. That was an issue discussed to exhaustion by biologists, chemist and physicists and which has been thoroughly researched and settled.
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=4m35s … if you managed to reconstruct “the EM waves generated by your brain” …

In addition to that not being the case based on what I said previously, there is that thing called the mind-body link. Our brains are not essentially chemo-mechanical organs like, say our lungs and hearts. Unfortunately, the only and/or most successful way to learn about our brains have been brain diseases and wounds. The most amazing story (thoroughly documented and studied by neuroscientists themselves including a thorough post-mortem cytologies of his brain) there was the case of a neuro scientist whose dad had a stroke that basically reduced him to a vegetative state. Out of sheer “irrational” love towards his dad he himself, through physical therapy, started trying to help his dad to regain his motor abilities by walking on fours in their front yards (which made other people outraged since they found it “abusive”, “shameful”) …, well, his dad little by little and by sheer effort started regaining not only his motor capabilities, but also his speech (I think, he was originally Argentinian, so his mother tongue was Spanish (a phonetic language)) to the point, as I remember the story, that he was able to resume practicing his favorite, very demanding sport, skiing; and go back to teach his University lectures … Other scientist, even experienced doctors who had seen plenty of “unexplainable cases”, thought that must be some sort of stunt. After another, this time fatal stroke the persons brain was thoroughly studied by various neuroscientists and they were stunned when they realized that the guy had had essentially no brain. Pretty much his brain stem was what remained still alive after his first stroke. Now, the most amazing, freaking part of that story is that, yes, his father regained control of his motor capabilities, but he didn’t have to go back to school to learn the alphabet and the times tables, … regain his previously learned career, even though the presumed areas of the brain where that kind of “information” was stored had been “bricked”, it was biologically dead after his first stroke!!! I would suggest:

// __ The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science by Norman Doidge

Paperback: 427 pages
ISBN-10: 0143113100
// __ The Mind and the Brain: Neuroplasticity and the Power of Mental Force, by Jeffrey M. Schwartz MD, Sharon Begley

Paperback: 432 pages
ISBN-10: 0060988479
// __ Phantoms in the Brain: Probing the Mysteries of the Human Mind Paperback – August 18, 1999 by V. S. Ramachandran

Paperback: 352 pages
ISBN-10: 0688172172
// __ In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind 1st Edition, by Eric R. Kandel

Paperback: 528 pages
Language: English
To me the mind-body link is the last bastion of humanity. If I had to explain it in a sentence or two, I would say that in the same way that de Saussure found the relationship between one’s thoughts/the meaning of words and the actual words (say the word “banana” in English, “موز” in Arabic, “வாழை” in Tamil and its individual image in one’s brain, what one actually eats …) to be “arbitrary”. That unavoidable “arbitrariness” of linguistic exchange/communication (any kind of semiosis) is unavoidably reflected in our brains.

I do not totally agree with de Saussure. Yes, the relationship of a word to the thing it evokes is arbitrary, but our semiosis (part of which is our talk and walk) as a whole isn’t. I have discussed those ideas with actual scientist and most of them don’t quite see the silver lining in it. I even drafted a paper (about which I am not that proud about now):

youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=12m50s … now imagine the same that happens with visual and acoustic information is happening with your brain …

Now, Dr. Horton is talking about EEG caps so where is the “remote neural monitoring”?
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=15m20s: …

In actual experiments people can tell apart with 100% accuracy when their arms are being moved from when something, someone else is moving it in the same way you notice the difference between you `moving your arm and someone else pulling it. Our brains are very fined tune to the differences between endogenous and external reactions, when you are speaking, hearing your own voice, to when someone or something is speaking to you
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=25m00s: …

About subvocalizations read what it is and what it means. I also wrote in a previous email about it
youtube.com/watch?v=p2cH3eWVTEE&t=26m30s: …

all the moneys and know how of the MIC can’t reconstruct reality. In fact, I don’t think that those emming effing morons have any kind of “special technology” they are just corrupting, deceptively “repurposing” plain domestic technology and the companies offering such services to mess with people from cell phones, “smart” TVs, wireless cars, “smart” homes, “the Internet of things” …


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3 Responses to Dr. Katherine Horton – Stop 007: Remote Neural Monitoring Basics (Targeted Individuals)

  1. Frank H. Allen says:

    The human body believes that happiness is essential for when we are happy the endocrine system literally pumps the news along. The cells reproduce more accurately following their DNA map to the letter, (DNA remains intact). Therefore, For a short span of time aging slows. Bodily function increases in accuracy and routines following our ancient code. The cellular blueprint degrades during stress ie gray hair, and wrinkles. This process becomes rapid. Summary…
    Happiness = A Productive Long Life. Our cells are reproduced during a seven year span (excluding brain cells). Hence, seven years of sadness = Rapid cell degeneration + aging. Would it not be logical to conclude that perhaps happiness is essential?
    Frank H. Allen

  2. Would it not be logical to conclude that perhaps happiness is essential?

    I would be more than happy about just not being bothered, sleep deprived, under Zersetzung.


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