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From: Don Pearce
Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Civil, Criminal, Constitutional ? : It is still going on.
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 19:50:52 +0000
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On Tue, 26 Nov 2002 19:11:03 GMT, "News2020" wrote:
>Last night things changed again.
>At 2:00am :
>The loud roar from the airport is back.
>Also, there was a loud high-pitched tone coming from somewhere not too far
>(could be the pool of the neighboring complex to the South of here from
>where I have reported loud directed sound before. They have now built a
>metal structure of vertical T shaped bars there in the same 30 degree
>direction of our community. I see lone under-cover type security vehicles
>parked over there all the time. I think the corner house there is owned by
>security types. I believe several houses in the neighborhood are owned by
>secret guys or their adult kids and families.).
This is probably nothing worse than a Sonic Emotional Adjuster. This
device was first designed during the '60s, but had to wait until
recently for appropriate transducers that could direct a beam of sound
with adequate precision. It acts on the Hippocampus to suppress
unwanted states of alertness. If you find yourself becoming a bit dull
and torpid while it is on - then this is probably what is happening.
It is not a particularly serious tool, and the effect disappears
immediately it is turned off - or you get yourself out of the beam.
>Also, the jolts from below are still there. The water heater jolting
>mechanism might have been repeated only a couple of times after my initial
>post - once during the day and once around 2 am.
This is more serious. If you want to introduce drugs into a water
system at pre-determined intervals it is possible to install some sort
of electronically controlled injector. Unfortunately they tend to look
quite unlike normal plumbing parts and are rather easily spotted.
There is another type of injector which uses a combination timer and
trembler, which fits comfortably inside a standard half-inch water
pipe. During a programmed time interval it is possible to choose
whether or not to deliver the drug. A sharp jolt from below fires the
trembler and does the job. The trigger mechanism is similar to the
seismic hammer probes used for measuring sub-strata in rocks, and can
be positioned up to a quarter of a mile from the house. When you get a
jolt, let the taps run for at least half an hour before you use any of
the water - even for bathing - and you should be safe.
>Then, there was the mind-control 'telemetry' that could be clearly heard at
>2 am. I was too drowsy to go check it out. The rest of the night was
>sleepless. How could you sleep with this stuff going on.
Make yourself a hat of virtually anything metallic - aluminium foil
will do. Ground it to a nearby water pipe and you will sleep easily.
This one is just crude and simple, but easily defeated.
>The weird contraption is back in its earlier location on the black metal
>skeletal frame, pointing straight along the direction that I sleep in. It is
>oddly sitting away from the walls at an angle with 'camouflaging' cover and
>red 'straps' that seem to go to the side wall.
Not too sure about this one. Can you get up close and let us have a
>To answer the query on microwave/XRay detectors, I think it calls for
>something that can cover the range and intermittent nature of the activity
>and detect and 'measure' low power levels too. I do not have access to
>something like that at the moment.
You can hire stuff to measure this. What frequencies?
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