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Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
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Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 02:03:35 GMT
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That is one good post. Thanks.
There is only one point regarding the article that does not seem to be
The suggestion that the James Tilly Matthews was dis-associated from reality
(ie. in a hypnotic trance) whereas normal people are not dis-associated. It
seems James Tilly was well associated with reality. He was not in any
trance. He was able to sense exactly what was happening even though he could
not show the equipment used or demonstrate the techniques used - he was not
an expert at the techniques ! Others were not able to sense what he had
sensed. All it means is he had far better perceptive powers than others
around him. He was able to pin-point the phenomena and its causes correctly.
< If you take an example from today's events : the collapse of the towers
was a shock that sent the whole nation into a hypnotic trance - every one
behaving like robots/zombies, in a bizarre phenomenon of national or
international mesmerism. >
It is the rest of the people who seem to be either completely out of the
loop or some of them are probably under a hypnotic trance (dis-associated).
They are not tuned to what is happening around. They are either too scared
to think about such things or do not have time in their daily lives to pay
keen attention to their own senses.
"Dirk Bruere" wrote in message
> "John Woodgate" wrote in message
> > I read in sci.electronics.design that News2020 wrote
> > (in ) about
> > 'Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?', on Mon, 7 Oct 2002:
> > >They have gizmos and high energy barely audible speakers
> > >that vibrate all the houses in the whole area and such.
> > Difficult to reconcile 'high-energy', 'barely audible' and 'vibrate ...
> > houses'.
> A good summary of the state of such things, eg.
> "As well as having an armoury of tortures at its disposal, the
> gang also mobilises various techniques of mind control. One of
> these is 'brain-saying', which is a magnetically induced
> sympathetic surveillance at a distance, a silent mode of
> telepathic communication ... 'kiting', or the capacity to hijack
> the brain and to implant thoughts in it beyond the control and
> resistance of the sufferer..."
> - John Haslam, Director of Bethlem Hospital, London, 1810
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