USG has gone as far as just making my mail “disappear”:
Deutsche Post verloren gewoehnliche Sendung in den USA
What kind of “terrorism” was being mail to me? Well, just two books about the stasi (like I need “books” to learn what the stasi was like ;-)).
Volkes Stimmen: »Ehrlich, aber deutlich« – Privatbriefe an die DDR-Regierung, by Suckut, Siegfried
Hmm! Why is it USG doesn’t want for people to learn about the East German stasi? Probably, because what the stasi did/was able to do based on the technology of the times, doesn’t compare to what the stasi of the World is doing nowadays? Where are people’s 1st Amendment rights when they need them most and yes, the whole purpose of those supposedly sacrosanct rights is for them to be used to keep the government accountable, to be used against them, right? (as they perceive it. No, they don’t see you as defending rights on moral grounds. They see themselves as “the rightful business owners, the ‘duly elected’ representatives”). As I (Albretch Müller) was telling author Hubertus Knabe, how bad people don’t talk about stasi land USA. Why is it that gringos as “Good Christians” as they see themselves can’t stop talking sh!t about “Russian hackers” under Vladimir Putin’s orders?
On 8/1/17, Sophia Inara wrote:
> Website with 23 KEY mind control patents. As I’ve said, wikipedia is
> mainstream and gamed:
Thank you, Sophia.
I know wikipedia is mainstream and gamed and I understand one should choose one’s own battles and strategize them the best one can, but for more than one good reason inaction is very rarely hopeful. I also find tacitly hopeless, when you start to give answers to your own questions. Let them mess with it themselves if only “for the record”.
I have received more private questioning and “clarifying” messages than I could pay attention to. The other day I received on from someone seemingly knowledgeable who doesn’t seem to be a perp telling me about some software to decode and encode a “brain wave vocabulary” based on Dr. Flanagan’s “discoveries” used by perps “to torture him and many other for two decades” … a somewhat tractable elaboration of which you can read here:
In 1960, biologist Allan Frey established the microwave auditory effect as microwaves interacted with brain cells, generating a sound inside the brain that is even audible to deaf people and animals as it stimulates the choclear ear, bypassing the hearing system and not audible to the people nearby.
Dr Joseph Sharp and Mark Grove developed the voice to skull vocabulary sending single syllables words into their own head whilst working at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in 1973. A Elder, CK Chou and James Lin agreed in ‘Hearing of microwave pulses by humans and animals: effects, mechanisms and thresholds” that choclear ear receptors are stimulated through thermo-elastic expansion of tissues in the head that transmit acoustic pressure waves to the choclea. Once the cochlear receptors are stimulated, the sound is actually perceived through the same processes as for normal hearing.
The neurophone, an electronic nervous system excitation device that transmits sound through the skin directly to the brain was invented in 1968 by Dr Flanagan. The transmitter is the brain itself just as body heat is used for “Iris” satellite tracking (infrared) or mobile phones or bugs can be tracked as “transmitters”. In the case of brain wave monitoring the results are then fed back to the relevant computers. Monitors then use the information to conduct a “conversation” where audible neurophone input is “applied” to the victim. In 1994, the brain wave patterns of 40 subjects were officially correlated with both spoken words and silent thought. This was achieved by a neurophysiologist, Dr Donald York, and a speech pathologist, Dr Thomas Jensen, from the University of Missouri. They clearly identified 27 words in specific brain wave patterns and produced a computer program with a brain wave vocabulary. The relevant computers today have a vocabulary in excess of 60,000 words and cover most languages. Human thought operates at 5,000 bits/sec but satellites and various forms of biotelemetry can deliver those thoughts to supercomputers which have a speed of over 300 trillion bits/sec, which means just one supercomputer can process more information than ten times the entire world’s population. In fact, the NSA’s signals intelligence monitor the brainwaves of their targets by satellite and decode the brain activity (evoked potentials) at 3.50Hz 5 milliwatts. Antiterrorist police, secret service and military have now gained the ability to decipher human thoughts instantaneously using supercomputers connected to the satellite. The targeted individual can speak and reply using their own thoughts to the criminals targeting or defense co-workers thus avoiding the use of verbal communication and the appearance of talking to oneself in public.
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I already knew about Dr. Patrick Flanagan, Neurophone and Lilly waves. He apparently successfully sales himself as some sort of new-age child prodigy and has been one of the “leading experts” propagating memes in relation to “mind reading” themes:
// __ Inventor Patrick Flanagan’s genius ideas to improve brain, longevity and humans
// __ Electromagnetic Frequency Mind Control Weapons ⇝ Dr. Patrick Flanagan
// __ Neurophone ™ Inventor Dr. G Patrick Flanagan ™
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When it comes to people talking about all those “mind reading” stories I invariably notice that, for the most part, they:
a) know the words but not the specific scientific and/or technical details
b) give way too much credit to:
b.1) word of mouth and
b.2) government secrecy
c) even though they may see and say a little truth here and there the associations they make they pull out of not exactly the smartest place in their bodies
d) are for some reason, both, “naturally” framed by such ideas and have “chosen to believe” in them even though no proof whatsoever, not even marginally, has been (and IMO can be) brought forward
e) tend to not be able to tell apart weed from wheat, primary meaning from “possible” connotations. Snowden (who is not quite a technical person, but just a computer programmer) reinforced in lots of people those “mind reading” ideas:
// __ Inside the Mind of Edward Snowden, part 3
Snowden says he was astonished at the access he had at his fingertips including a computer program that, as he put it, could get inside your thought process.
Snowden: when i think about an instance that really just struck me as, oh, my god, we can do this. And we can do it to anyone was that people at nsa, analysts, can actually watch people’s internet communications. Watch them draft correspondence and actually watch their thoughts form as they type. S as you write a message, an analyst at nsa or any service using this attack against people can actually see you write sentences and backspace over your mistakes, change the words, pause, and think about what you wanted to say and then change it. It’s this extraordinary intrusion not just into your communications, your finished messages but your actual drafting process, into the way you think.
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AFAIK Snowden, after abusing them big time, has never explained to “We the people” that he was just talking basically about and individualized form of what they call
based on some
that he didn’t actually mean that the NSA can read your mind, but that they, based on *what you are typing* (and exogenous, expressed behavior which they can track almost realtime if your computer is networked to the Internet) and by having lots of your own writings, automatically annotated behavioral patterns and a detailed 3D representation of your environment as observed from your field of view, can make some people believe that they can read their minds. I could see how that would be just school training, their eagle scouts badges, for the higher echelon of “handlers”, perpetrators.
Most people can’t hold an idea in their minds for long without wrapping it with some sort of “evident” logical closure. This is just how the mind “naturally” works (people say ideas/express sentences as substantive + predicative units of thought). Creative people somehow train themselves (probably due to some propensity to manic mental states which they put to good use) and scientists and technical people are culturally trained to be able to sustain an idea in their mind for some time. Culturally trained people do make mistakes, but they would still clearly see they were mistaken.
// __ andrew wiles part 1
// __ andrew wiles part 2
// __ Fermat’s Last Theorem – Numberphile
// __ Andrew Wiles – beginnings, working in secret and saying goodbye to an old friend
// __ Andrew Wiles – What does it feel like to do maths?
// __ Fermat’s Last Theorem – The Theorem and Its Proof: An Exploration of Issues and Ideas