October 17, 2013
Because the brain is essentially an electrical device, we learn that indeed, it is hackable, as we witness a hapless lab rat, whose brain has been wired to have him turn his body to the left, when his implant has been stimulated. We watch him run around in circles to the left, against his will.
Students of this topic will know that this is only the tip of the iceberg, when it comes to the many modalities of mind control. There are literally thousands of patents granted by the US Patent Office for such “non-lethal” weapons.
The experiment with the rat shown in this video is essentially a replication of the 1930s experiments of Yale University scientist, Jose Delgado, using the device which he invented, called the “Stimoceiver”, a sophisticated device which was able to
receive the brainwave signals of his test subjects and to enable the operator to control their brainwaves with the flick of a switch.
The Stimoceiver was used on an array of animals and “desperately ill mental patients, whose illness had resisted all previous treatments.”
“Brain Hacking” a.k.a. Mind Control has been achieved without any brain implants, using Extremely Low Frequencies (ELF) that have been modulated with specific commands and “thoughts” directed towards Targeted Individuals (TI). Similar technologies in the microwave end of the spectrum, as well as in ultrasound have also been successful.
Indeed, the DC Navy Yard shooter of that recent massacre complained that he was being beamed with microwave weapons and that he could not control his behavior.
Whether Alexis was a true “Manchurian Candidate” or whether Alexis had heard about this technology and was using it as an excuse to go on a killing rampage would be an important question to ask because if the former were true, we would want
to know who did this to him and what their motivations were, in causing this man to kill 12 innocent people that morning, in one of the most secure locations in the US.
Killed by police (understandably so), Alexis will never be able to tell his side of the story.