Gangstalking: Opinions Wanted

Please humor me, folks. Watch this short video and tell me what you think is going on in it. Why? Well, a lot of people suspect (possibly as a result of the Theresa Duncan/Jeremy Blake suicides) that “gangstalking” has become a problem in the world today. Not your run-of-the-mill stalking by cultists or psychotic neighbors or romantically/fanatically obsessed people, but by “gangs of unemployed terrorists” who apparently select targets at random and try to drive them nuts. This may be a government operation, according to some of the victims.

My thoughts on this video: If you sit in your car in broad daylight filming every pedestrian, cyclist, and motorist who passes by….
A. People will watch you closely, wondering what’s up, wondering why they’re being filmed by a total stranger in a parked car. (I know this woman thinks she can’t be seen, but I’m sure she can.)
B. If you observe the traffic patterns in your neighborhood closely, you will notice a lot of “strange” activity (people circling the block because they’re lost, children wandering aimlessly, etc.). If the woman had to look so closely to find the people who were supposedly trying to drive her crazy, then she’s really driving herself crazy.

Terroristic stalking, even gangstalking, does occur and it is a serious crime. But for our own good, let’s make an effort to distinguish between real stalking and unchecked paranoia.


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  1. USP # 5,052,401 (October 1, 1991)Sherwin, GaryProduct Detector for a Steady Visual Evoked Potential Stimulator and Product DetectorAbstract— An automated visual testing system is disclosed which presents an alternating steady state visual stimulus to a patient through an optical system that modifies the stimulus image. As the image changes, the patient produces evoked potentials that change. The evoked potentials are detected by a product detector which produces the amplitude of the evoked potentials. The product detector includes filters which isolate the patient's evoked potentials, a modulator which detects the response using the stimulus source frequency and a demodulator that determines the amplitude of the response. The product detector detects the level of the steady state evoked potential signals even in the presence of substantial background noise and extraneous electroencephalogra hic signals. These detectors can be used to monitor the evoked potential produced by visual, aural or somatic steady state stimuli. The components described above can be used to produce asystem that can determine to which of several different displays an observer is paying attention by providing images that blink at different frequencies and product detectors for each of the stimulus frequencies. The product detector producing the highest output indicates the display upon which the observer is focused.USP # 5,047,994 (September 10, 1991)Supersonic Bone Conduction Hearing Aid and MethodLenhardt, Martin, et al.Abstract— A supersonic bone conduction hearing aid that receives conventional audiometric frequencies and converts them to supersonic frequencies for connection to the human sensory system by vibration bone conduction. The hearing is believed to use channels of communications to the brain that are not normally used for hearing. These alternative channels do not deteriorate significantly with age as does the normal hearing channels. The supersonic bone conduction frequencies are discerned as frequencies in the audiometric range of frequencies.USP # 5,036,858 (August 6, 1991)Method & Apparatus for Changing Brain Wave FrequencyCarter, John L., et al.Abstract— A method for changing brain wave frequency to a desired frequency determines a current brain wave frequency of a user, generates two frequencies with a frequency difference of a magnitude between that of the current actual brain wave frequency and the desired frequency but always within a predetermined range of the current actual brain wave frequency, and produces an output to the user corresponding to the two frequencies. One apparatus to accomplish the method has a computer processor, a computer memory, EEG electrodes along with an amplifier, a programmable timing generator responsive to the computer processor for generating the two frequencies, audio amplifiers and a beat frequency generator driving a visual frequency amplifier.USP # 5,027,208 (June 25,1991)Therapeutic Subliminal Imaging SystemDwyer, Jr., Joseph, et al.Abstract— A therapeutic subliminal imaging system wherein a selected subliminal message is synchronized with and added to an existing video signal containing a supraliminal message. A television receiver or video recorder can be used to provide the supraliminal message and a video processing circuit varies the intensity of that perceptible message to incorporate one or more subliminal images.

  2. USP # 5,017,143 (May 21, 1991)Method and Apparatus for Producing Subliminal ImagesBackus, Alan, et al.Abstract— A method and apparatus to produce more effective visual subliminal communications. Graphic and/or text images, presented for durations of less than a video frame, at organized rhythmic intervals, the rhythmic intervals intended to affect user receptivity, moods or behavior. Subliminal graphic images having translucent visual values locally dependent on background values in order to maintain desired levels of visual contrast.USP # 4,958,638 (September 25, 1990)Non-Contact Vital Signs MonitorSharpe, Steven, et al.Abstract— An apparatus for measuring simultaneous physiological parameters such as heart rate and respiration without physically connecting electrodes or other sensors to the body. A beam of frequency modulated continuous wave radio frequency energy is directed towards the body of a subject. The reflected signal contains phase information representing the movement of the surface of the body, from which respiration and heartbeat information can be obtained. The reflected phase modulated energy is received and demodulated by the apparatus using synchronous quadrature detection. The quadrature signals so obtained are then signal processed to obtain the heartbeat and respiratory information of interest.USP # 4,924,744 (May 15, 1990)Apparatus for Generating Sound through Low Frequency and Noise ModulationLenzen, ReinerAbstract— In an apparatus for generating sound, there are provided a plurality of channels for generating sounds. Each of the channels includes a memory for storing waveform data, and at least one of the channels includes a noise generator so that various kinds of sounds including rhythm sound-effects sound, effects sound-vibrato etc. are generated. There is further provided a controller by which voice sound signal is passed through the channels so that artificial sound, voice sound etc. are generated. There is still further provided a circuit for adjusting an amplitude level of a whole sound which is obtained by mixing output sounds of the channels so that far and near sound is produced. Further, each of the channels includes left and right attenuators which divide a channel sound into left and right channel sounds. Still further, the apparatus comprises a low frequency oscillator for controlling a depth of frequency modulation, and a controller forwriting sampling data of a predetermined waveform into serial addresses of a memory.USP # 4,889,526 (December 26, 1989)Non-Invasive Method & Apparatus for Modulating Brain Signals…Rauscher, Elizabeth A.Abstract— This invention incorporates the discovery of new principles which utilize magnetic and electric fields generated by time varying square wave currents of precise repetition, width, shape and magnitude to move through coils and cutaneously applied conductive eletrodes in order to stimulate the nervous system and reduce pain in humans. Timer means, adjustment means, and means to deliver current to the coils and conductive eletrodes are described, as well as a theoretical model of the process. The invention incorporates the concept of two cyclic expanding and collapsing magnetic fields which generate precise wave forms in conjunction with each other to create a beat frequency which in turn causes the ion flow in the nervous system of the human body to be efficiently moved along the nerve path where the locus of the pain exists to thereby reduce the pain. The wave forms are created either in one or more coils, one or more pairs of electrodes, or acombination of the two.

  3. USP # 4,883,067 (November 28, 1989)Method & Apparatus for Translating the EEG into Music…Knispel, Joel, et al.Abstract— A method and apparatus for applying a musical feedback signal to the human brain, or any other brain, to induce controllable psychological and physiological responses. A signal representing the ongoing electroencephalogra phic (EEG) signal of a brain preferably is obtained from the electrode location on the scalp known as CZ or P3 in clinical notation. A signal processor converts the ongoing EEG into electrical signals which are converted into music by synthesizers. The music is acoustically fed back to the brain after a time delay calculated to shift the phase of the feedback in order to reinforce specific or desired ongoing EEG activity from the scalp position of interest. The music is comprised of at least one voice that follows the moment-by-moment contour of the EEG in real time to reinforce the desired EEG activity. The music drives the brain into resonance with the music to provide a closed loop or physiological feedback effect.Preferably, the musical feedback comprises additional voices that embody psychoacoustic principles as well as provide the content and direction normally supplied by the therapist in conventional biofeedback. The invention contemplates numerous applications for the results obtained.USP # 4,877,027 (October 31, 1989)Hearing SystemBrunkan, Wayne B.Abstract— Sound is induced in the head of a person by radiating the head with microwaves in the range of 100 megahertz to 10,000 megahertz that are modulated with a particular waveform. The waveform consists of frewuency modulated bursts. each burst is made up of 10 to 20 uniformly spaced pulses grouped tightly together. the burst width is between 500 nanoseconds and 100 microseconds. The pulse width is in the range of 10 nanoseconds to 1 microsecond. The bursts are frequency modulated by the audio input to create the sensation of hearing in the person whose head is irradiated.USP # 4,858,612 (August 22, 1989)Hearing DeviceStocklin, Philip L.Abstract— A method and apparatus for stimulation of hearing in mammals by introduction of a plurality of microwaves into the region of the auditory cortex is shown and secribed. A microphone is used to transform sound signals into eletrical signals which are in turn analyzed and processed to provide controls for generating a plurality of microwave signals at different frequencies. the multifrequency microwaves are then applied to the brain in the region of the auditory cortex. By this method sounds are perceived by the mamal which are representative of the original sound received by the microphone.USP # 4,834,701 (May 30, 1989)Apparatus for Inducing Frequency Reduction in Brain WaveMasaki, KazumiAbstract— Frequency reduction in human brain wave is inducible by allowing human brain to perceive 4-16 hertz beat sound. Such beat sound can be easily produced with an apparatus, comprising at least one sound source generating a set of low-frequency signals different each other in frequency by 4-16 hertz. Electroencephalogra phic study revealed that the beat sound is effective to reduce beta-rhythm into alpha-rhythm, as well as to retain alpha-rhythm.

  4. USP # 4,821,326 (April 11, 1989)Non-Audible Speech Generation Method & ApparatusMacLeod, NormanAbstract— A non-audible speech generation apparatus adn method for producing non-audible seech signals which includes an ultasonic transducer or vibrator for projecting a series of glottal shaped ultrasonic pulses to the vocal track of a speaker. The glottal pulses, in the approximate frequency spectrum extending from 15 kilohertz to 105 kilohertz, contains harmonics of approximately 30 times the grequency of the acoustical harmonicsgenerated by the vocal cords, but which may nevertheless be amplitude modulated to produce non-auduble speech by the speaker's silently mouthing of words. The ultrasonic speech is then received by an ultasonic transducer disposed outside of the speaker's mouth and electronically communicated to a translation device which down converts the ultrasonics signals to corresponding signals in the audible frquency range and synthesizes the signals into artificial speech.USP # 4,777,529 (October 11, 1988)Auditory Subliminal Programming SystemSchultz, Richard M., et al.Abstract— An auditory subliminal programming system includes a subliminal message encoder that generates fixed frequency security tones and combines them with a subliminal message signal to produce an encoded subliminal message signal which is recorded on audio tape or the like. A corresponding subliminal decoder/mixer is connected as part of a user's conventional stereo system and receives as inputs an audio program selected by the user and the encoded subliminal message. The decoder/mixer filters the security tones, if present, from the subliminal message and combines the message signals with selected low frequency signals associated with enhanced relaxation and concentration to produce a composite auditory subliminal signal. The decoder/mixer combines the composite subliminal signal with the selected audio program signals to form composite signals only if it detects the presence of the security tones in the subliminal message signal. Thedecoder/mixer outputs the composite signal to the audio inputs of a conventional audio amplifier where it is amplified and broadcast by conventional audio speakers.USP # 4,734,037 (March 29, 1988)Message ScreenMcClure, J. PatrickAbstract— A transparent sheet is disclosed having a message thereon. The sheet has a first side adapted to be attached facing a plate which is normally viewed by a viewer and a second side facing the viewer. The message is arranged to be readably intelligible from the second side but is not liminally visible to the viewer when viewed from a normal viewing distance from the second side under normal viewing conditions. The message has a subliminal effect upon the viewer when viewed from the normal viewing distance from the second side under normal viewing conditions. A viewer can electively subject him or herself to subliminal messages while viewing television at leisure.

  5. USP # 4,717,343 (January 5, 1988)Method of Changing a Person's BehaviorDensky, Alan B.Abstract— A method of conditioning a person's unconscious mind in order to effect a desired change in the person's behavior which does not require the services of a trained therapist. Instead the person to be treated views a program of video pictures appearing on a screen. The program as viewed by the person's unconscious mind acts to condition the person's thought patterns in a manner which alters that person's behavior in a positive way.USP # 4,699,153 (October 13, 1987)System for Assessing Verbal Psychobiological CorrelatesShevrin, Howard, et al.Abstract— A system for assessing psychobiological conditions of a subject utilizes a plurality of words which are selected to be in four categories as critical stimuli. The words are presented by a tachistoscope to the subject in subliminal and supraliminal modes of operation. Subliminal stimulation of the subject is achieved by presenting the selected words for an exposure period of approximately one millisecond. The supraliminal exposure time is approximately thirty milliseconds. Prior to stimulation, the subject is diagnosed in accordance with conventional psychoanalytical techniques to establish the presence and nature of a pathological condition. The words are selected and categorized in four groups: pleasant words, unpleasant words, words related to a diagnosed conscious pathological condition, and words related to a diagnosed unconscious pathological condition. The brain wave responses which are evoked by the stimulation are collected viaelectrodes and analyzed in accordance with a transinformation technique which is based on information signal theory for establishing a probabilistic value which corresponds to the information content of the evoked responses.USP # 4,692,118 (September 8, 1987)Video Subconscious Display AttachmentMould, Richard E.Abstract— An apparatus and method for introducing messages to the subconscious mind is disclosed, which includes a panel positioned adjacent a television screen, with the panel having non-distractive messages imprinted thereon, such that as the subject consciously focuses his attention on the video screen, his subconscious mind records the message from the panel that is within his peripheral vision.USP # 4,616,261 (October 7, 1986)Method & Apparatus for Generating Subliminal Visual MessagesCrawford, James R., et al.Abstract— A system for generating a subliminal message during the display of a normal television program on a television receiver utilizes a personal computer to generate an RF carrier modulated with video signals encoding the subliminal message. The computer runs under the control of an application program which stores the subliminal message and also controls the computer to cause it to generate timing signals that are provided to a single pole double-throw switch. The source of the normal television program and the video output of the computer are connected to the two switch inputs and the switch output is connected to the television receiver antenna system. The timing signals cause the switch to normally display the conventional television program and to periodically switch to the computer output to generate the subliminal message. The video output of the computer includes horizontal and vertical synchronizing signals which are of substantially thesame frequency as the synchronizing signals incorporated within the normal program source but of an arbitrary phase.

  6. USP # 4,573,449 (March 4, 1986)Method for Stimulating the Falling Asleep and/or Relaxing Behavior of a PersonWarnke, Egon F.Abstract— A method and apparatus is provided with which a person suffering from sleeplessness can be more easily relaxed and may more rapidly fall asleep. In particular, sound pulses are emitted by an electro-acoustic transducer, according to the cadence of which, the person seeking to fall asleep is induced to breathe in and out over a predetermined period of time. By suitably selecting the pulse sequence frequency, the pitch and the amplitude of the sound pulses may be adjusted thereby enhancing the process of falling asleep.USP # 4,508,105 (April 2, 1985)Shadow Generating ApparatusWhitten, Glen, et al.Abstract— Disclosed is an apparatus for inducing various brain wave patterns through visual stimulation. The apparatus comprises a pair of spectacles or other viewing apparatus having a liquid crystal display embedded in each lens. By repetitively activating and deactivating the liquid crystals, shadows are generated which are perceived by the subject individual wearing the viewing apparatus. Responding to the frequency of shadow generation, the subject's brain is thereby induced to generate sympathetic brain wave frequencies. The apparatus finds particular utility in the generation of alpha waves. Because learning is enhanced when the brain is in the alpha state, activities such as listening to tapes or lectures and the like can be carried out with greater facility. Shadow generation is accomplished through the use of a timing mechanism for each liquid crystal display and the frequency for each is adjustable over a wide range, permitting synchronousor asynchronous timing.USP # 4,395,600 (July 26, 1983)Auditory Subliminal Message System & MethodLundy, Rene R., et al.Abstract— Ambient audio signals from the customer shopping area within a store are sensed and fed to a signal processing circuit that produces a control signal which varies with variations in the amplitude of the sensed audio signals. A control circuit adjusts the amplitude of an auditory subliminal anti-shoplifting message to increase with increasing amplitudes of sensed audio signals and decrease with decreasing amplitudes of sensed audio signals. This amplitude controlled subliminal message may be mixed with background music and transmitted to the shopping area. To reduce distortion of the subliminal message, its amplitude is controlled to increase at a first rate slower than the rate of increase of the amplitude of ambient audio signals from the area. Also, the amplitude of the subliminal message is controlled to decrease at a second rate faster than the first rate with decreasing ambient audio signal amplitudes to minimize the possibility of thesubliminal message becoming supraliminal upon rapid declines in ambient audio signal amplitudes in the area. A masking signal is provided with an amplitude which is also controlled in response to the amplitude of sensed ambient audio signals. This masking signal may be combined with the auditory subliminal message to provide a composite signal fed to, and controlled by, the control circuit.USP # 4,388,918 (June 21, 1983)Mental Harmonization ProcessFilley, Charles C.Abstract— A state of relaxation or mental harmonization in a subject is created by exposing a color solely to one field of vision of a subject and the complement of that color solely to the other field of vision of the subject while simultaneously exposing an audible tone solely to one ear of the subject and a harmonious tone solely to the other ear of the subject. The color and tones employed are subjectively comfortable and compatible. Preferably, the frequency difference between the two audible tones is one-half the frequency of the audible tone having the lowest frequency

  7. USP # 4,354,505 (October 19, 1982)Method of and Apparatus for Testing and Indicating Relaxation State of a Human SubjectShiga, KazumasaAbstract— In a self-training biofeedback system, a physiological signal representing the state of relaxation of a person using the system is applied to a time counter to generate a binary count output representing the relaxation period. A visual indicator connected to the time counter provides the self trained person with a quick display of the measured time period so he can gauge the depth of his relaxation.USP # 4,335,710 (June 22, 1982)Device for the Induction of Specific Brain Wave PatternsWilliamson, JohnAbstract— Brain wave patterns associated with relaxd and meditative states in a subject are gradually induced without deleterious chemical or neurological side effects. A white noise generator (11) has the spectral noise density of its output signal modulated in a manner similar to the brain wave patterns by a switching transistor within a spetrum modulator and converted to an audio signal by acoustic transducer. Ramp generator gradually increases the voltage received by and resultant output frequency of voltage controlled oscillator whereby switching transistor periodically shunts the high frequency components of the white noise signal to ground.USP # 4,315,501 (February 16, 1982)Learning-Relaxation DeviceGorges, Denis E.Abstract— Disclosed is a device for relaxing, stimulating and/or driving brain wave form function in a human subject. The device comprises, in combination, an eye mask having independently controlled left and right eyepieces and a peripheral light array in each eyepiece, an audio headset having independently controlled left and right earpieces and a control panel which controls light and sound signals to the light arrays and earpieces, respectively. Various control functions allow simultaneous or alternating light and sound pulsations in the left and right light arrays and earpieces, as well as selective phasing between light and sound pulsations.USP # 4,227,516 (October 14, 1980)Apparatus for Electrophysiologica l StimulationMeland, Bruce C., et al.Abstract— Apparatus for the electrophysiologica l stimulation of a patient is provided for creating an analgesic condition in the patient to induce sleep, treat psychosomatic disorders, and to aid in the induction of electrohypnosis and altered states of consciousness. The foregoing is achieved by repetitive stimuli in the patient for whom external influences, namely those of sight and sound, are intentionally excluded. The apparatus produces electrical stimulation of the patient in the form of a modulated wave which produces impulses in the delta, theta, alpha and beta regions of the brain's electrical activity, the electrical stimulation being accompanied by two sources of audio stimulation, one of which is a sinusoidal tone modulated by and synchronized with the electrical stimulation, and the other is derived from sound recordings.

  8. USP # 4,191,175 (March 4, 1980)Method & Apparatus for Repetitively Producing a Noise-like Audible SignalNagle, William L.Abstract— A digital pulse generator and shift register repetitively produce bursts of digital pulses at a first adjustable repetition frequency. The repetition frequency of the pulses in each burst is also adjustable. A pink noise filter accentuates the lower burst frequency components near 7 hz and substantially attenuates all frequency components of the bursts above a first cut-off point near 10 Khz. A tunable band pass amplifier having a center frequency adjustable over a preselected range of frequencies optimally detectable by the average human ear accentuates the pink noise filter output near 2.6 Khz. The tunable amplifier drives an audible signal source with noise-like pulses of varying amplitudes and frequency components. A low pass amplifier may be connected to the pink noise filter to generate a train of pulses having a repetition frequency near 7 hz which pulses a light source in synchronism with the audible noise-like signal.USP # 4,141,344 (February 27, 1979)Sound Recording SystemBarbara, Louis J.Abstract— In recording an audio program, such as music or voice, on a magnetic tape recorder an A.C. signal generator operating at a frequency below about 14 Hz provides an AC baseline for the audio program signal. This 14 Hz or lower AC signal is sensed by the listener's ear to create an Alpha or Theta state in his brain when the tape is played back.USP # 4,082,918 (April 4, 1978)Audio Analgesic UnitChang, Roland W., et al.Abstract— An audio analgesic unit for use in masking sounds and substituting another sound which includes earmuffs to be used by a dental patient in which speakers are arranged and connected to a patient operated remote control unit to control the sound levels and a master control unit to override the patient remote control unit and operated by an operator, such as a dentist. A beeper indicates operation mode change.USP # 4,034,741 (July 12, 1977)Noise Generator & TransmitterAdams, Guy E., et al.Abstract— An analgesic noise generator employs a circuit that can be switched to provide a variable waveform from an active noise source out of an integrated circuit amplifier.USP # 3,967,616 (July 6, 1976)Multichannel System for & Multifactorial Method of Controlling the Nervous System of a Living OrganismRoss, Sidney A.Abstract— A novel method for controlling the nervous system of a living organism for therapeutic and research purposes, among other applications, and an electronic system utilized in, and enabling the practice of, the invented method. Bioelectrical signals generated in specifictopological areas of the organism's nervous system, typically areas of the brain, are processed by the invented system so as to produce a sensory stimulus if the system detects the presence or absence, as the case may be, of certain characteristics in the waveform patterns of the bioelectrical signals being monitored. The coincidence of the same or different characteristics in two or more waveform patterns, or the non-coincidence thereof, may be correlated with a certain desired condition of the organism's nervous system; likewise, with respect to the coincidence or non-coincidence of different characteristics of a single waveform pattern. In any event, the sensory stimulusprovided by the invented system, typically an audio or visual stimulus, or combination thereof, is fed back to the organism which associates its presence with the goal of achieving the desired condition of its nervous system. Responding to the stimulus, the organism can be trained to control the waveform patterns of the monitored bioelectrical signals and thereby, control its own nervous system. The results of the coincidence function permit results heretofore unobtainable.USP # 3,951,134 (April 20, 1976)

  9. USP # 3,951,134 (April 20, 1976)Apparatus & Method for Remotely Monitoring & Altering Brain WavesMalech, Robert G.Abstract— Apparatus for and method of sensing brain waves at a position remote from a subject whereby electromagnetic signals of different frequencies are simultaneously transmitted to the brain of the subject in which the signals interfere with one another to yield a waveform which is modulated by the subject's brain waves. The interference waveform which is representative of the brain wave activity is re-transmitted by the brain to a receiver where it is demodulated and amplified. The demodulated waveform is then displayed for visual viewing and routed to a computer for further processing and analysis. The demodulated waveform also can be used to produce a compensating signal which is transmitted back to the brain to effect a desired change in electrical activity therein.USP # 3,884,218 (May 20, 1975)Method of Inducing & Maintaining Various Stages of Sleep in the Human BeingMonroe, Robert A.Abstract— A method of inducing sleep in a human being wherein an audio signal is generated comprising a familiar pleasing repetitive sound modulated by an EEG sleep pattern. The volume of the audio signal is adjusted to overcome the ambient noise and a subject can select a familiar repetitive sound most pleasing to himself.USP # 3,837,331 (September 24, 1974)System & Method for Controlling the Nervous System of a Living OrganismRoss, S.Abstract— A novel method for controlling the nervous system of a living organism for therapeutic and research purposes, among other applications, and an electronic system utilized in, and enabling the practice of the invented method. Bioelectrical signals generated in specific topological areas of the organism's nervous system, typically areas of the brain, are processed by the invented system so as to produce an output signal which is in some way an analog of selected characteristics detected in the bioelectrical signal. The output of the system, typically an audio or visual signal, is fed back to the organism as a stimulus. Responding to the stimulus, the organism can be trained to control the waveform pattern of the bioelectrical signal generated in its own nervous system.USP # 3,835,833 (September 17, 1974)Method for Obtaining Neurophysiological EffectsLimoge, A.Abstract— A method and apparatus for obtaining neurophysiological effects on the central and/or peripheral systems of a patient. Electrodes are suitably positioned on the body of the patient and a composite electric signal is applied at the electrodes. The composite signal is formed by the superpositioning of two signals: a first signal which is a rectified high-frequency carrier modulated in amplitude to about 100 percent by substantially square-shaped pulses whose duration, amplitude and frequency are chosen according to the neurophysiological effects desidered, and a second signal which has a relatively white noise spectrum. The mean value of the first electric signal has a predetermined sign which is opposite the sign of the mean value of the second electric signal.

  10. USP # 3,773,049 (November 20, 1973)Apparatus for Treatment of Neuropsychic & Somatic Diseases with Heat, Light, Sound & VHF Electromagnetic RadiationL. Y. Rabichev, et al.Abstract— N/A USP # 3,766,331 (October 16, 1973)Hearing Aid for Producing Sensations in the BrainZink, Henry R.Abstract— A pulsed oscillator or transmitter supplies energy to a pair of insulated electrodes mounted on a person's neck. The transmitter produces pulses of intensity greater than a predetermined threshold value and of a width and rate so as to produce the sensation of hearing without use of the auditory canal, thereby producing a hearing system enabling otherwise deaf people to hear.USP # 3,727,616 (March 17, 1973)Electronic System for Stimulation of Biological SystemsLenskes, H.Abstract— A receiver totally implanted within a living body is inductively coupled by two associated receiving coils to a physically unattached external transmitter which transmits two signals of different frequencies to the receiver via two associated transmitting coils. One of the signals from the transmitter provides the implanted receiver with precise control or stimulating signals which are demodulated and processed in a signal processor network in the receiver and then used by the body for stimulation of a nerve, for example, while the other signal provides the receiver with a continuous wave power signal which is rectified in the receiver to provide a source of electrical operating power for the receiver circuitry without need for an implanted battery.USP # 3,712,292 (January 23, 1973)Method & Apparatus for Producing Swept FM Audio Signal Patterns for Inducing SleepZentmeyer, J.Abstract— A method of producing sound signals for inducing sleep in a human being, and apparatus therefor together with REPRESENTATIONS thereof in recorded form, wherein an audio signal is generated representing a familiar, pleasing, repetitive sound, modulated by continuously sweeping frequencies in two selected frequency ranges having the dominant frequencies which occur in electrical wave patterns of the human brain during certain states of sleep. The volume of the audio signal is adjusted to mask the ambient noise and the subject can select any of several familiar, repetitive sounds most pleasing to him.

  11. USP # 3,647,970 (March 7, 1972)Method and System for Simplifying Speech WaveformsFlanagan, G. PatrickAbstract— A complex speech waveform is simplified so that it can be transmitted directly through earth or water as a waveform and understood directly or after amplification.USP # 3,629,521 (January 8, 1970)Hearing SystemsPuharich, Henry K.Abstract— The present invention relates to the stimulation of the sensation of hearing in persons of impaired hearing abilities or in certain cases persons totally deaf utilizing RF energy. More particularly, the present invention relates to a method and apparatus for imparting synchronous AF or ""acoustic" signals and so-called "transdermal" or RF signals. Hearing and improved speech discrimination, in accordance with one aspect of the present invention, is stimulated by the application of an AF acoustical signal to the "ear system" conventional biomechanism of hearing, which is delivered to the brain through the "normal" channels of hearing and a separate transdermal RF electrical signal which is applied to the "facial nerve system" and is detectable as a sensation of hearing. Vastly improved and enhanced hearing may be achieved…USP # 3,576,185 (April 27, 1971)Sleep-Inducing Method & Arrangement using Modulated Sound & LightMeseck, Oscar & Schulz, Hans R.Abstract— N/AUSP # 3,568,347 (February 23, 1971)Psycho-Acoustic ProjectorFlanders, AndrewAbstract— A system for producing aural psychological disturbances and partial deafness in the enemy during combat situations.USP # 3,393,279 (July 16, 1968)Nervous System Excitation DeviceFlanagan, Giles P.Abstract— A method of transmitting audio information via a radio frequency signal modulated with the audio info through electrodes placed on the subject's skin, causing the sensation of hearing the audio information in the brain.

  12. last of the 100 patentsUSP # 3,170,993 (February 23, 1965)Means for Aiding Hearing by Electrical Stimulation of the Facial Nerve SystemPuharich, Henry & Lawrence, JosephAbstract— N/AUSP # 3,156,787 (November 10, 1964)Solid State Hearing SystemLawrence, Joseph & Puharich, HenryAbstract— N/AUSP # 2,995,633 (August 8, 1961)Means for Aiding HearingPuharich, Henry & Lawrence, J.Abstract— Means for converting audible signals to electrical signals and conveying them to viable nerves of the facial system.

  13. sorry about that. I have been trying to email this privately to SME and she does not appear to get it and she suggested that I post it here..Sorry I do not have this linked to a website..guess I should do thatdebbie

  14. I can tell you with 100% certainty that not only does gang stalking exist, it is thriving and spreading like wildfire. I have read comments about these people (TIs) being delusional, ect. That is the whole point of the crime. See how well it works? Studied and used by our own government, no expense was spared. It works with amazing accuracy and with devastating results. The crime is so bizzare nobody could make something like this up. When you read that police, EMTs, firemen, utility works, city, county and state employees are involved you can stake your life on it, it is true. The government would not have spent millions of taxpayer $ and years and years of using this system if it were not legit. This technology has now been de-classified for close to 30 years. Long enough for large corporations and other groups large and small to take advantage and use these techniques for their own agendas. So the next time you run across something about gang stalking you can take it to the bank, it is true, it does exist, and how are we going to stop it?

  15. This is a definite downside of our modern age. We now live in a world where people who suffer from delusional illnesses can band together via the internet and form entire communities of delusion. You can construct a terrifying mirage and live in it with others, surrounding yourself with people who will reinforce your sickness rather than encourage you to seek treatment. Scary stuff.

  16. Part 2 of " Deeper Insights into the Iluuminati" excerpt.Often times, the people monitoring slaves team trail the slave. Teams of people can track a person on foot or in a car. Using a team is the best method in many situations. Often they tag team follow a person. They also have team formations that are used to keep track of a person, such as one person on the opposite side of the street, and one immediately behind and one far behind. Having a distant tracker allows the close one to avoid being caught if the slave tries to take evasive action or to ambush the stalker.If the person watching the slave gets really concerned they may end up using special headlights called "blackout lights" to shadow the slave at night, which are shielded to keep the beams of light from showing in front or to the side of the car. These special lights light up the road in front of the car only, so the car remains unseen by the stalked mind-controlled victim.There are a number of secret devices to aid the abusers in their control over environment that the slave must live in. The intelligence groups often use a radio device called AGENT ALERT which looks like a ballpoint pen which sends out a continual beeping when it is activated.Besides their Global Positioning Satellites, intelligence has Pegasus, a ship that can monitor & record electronic transmissions while sailing offshore. After reading the mind-control significance of Pegasi, it clearer the Navy picked an appropriate horse to record electronic transmissions. Even though all slaves have Reporting Alters, & are tracked in other ways, the Illuminati often has redundant safety features to monitor their "human assets".Because the slave is monitored from so many different unseen methods, it does begin to seem hopeless to some to ever be free of Big Brother. If you add to all this, that the slave has been programmed repeatedly that there is no escaping their All-seeing eyes, then it is easy to see why so many slaves acquiesce & just comply.HARASSMENTStephen Knight who researched the Freemasons wrote a chapter in his book The Brotherhood, The Secret World of the Freemasons about how they harass any opposition. (See chapter 16, pp. 140-149). When Knight interviewed ex-Masons they were in abject fear of the Masonic system. They didn’t even want to talk about how much power the Freemasons have to ruin careers, spy, and harass people. Since Knight’s book is available for the reader, and since there are a number of books (like those from Loompanics) that are very detailed on harassment techniques, this book will only briefly touch on the subject. However, just because it is only briefly mentioned please don’t mistakenly think this is a minor topic.The Illuminati and their co-workers the Freemasons, the Mishpucka, and CIA put outrageously great amounts of efforts into harassment. It is not unusual for a recovering victim of mind-control to find their favourite pet killed, or human faeces in their oven, and other bizarre harassments that show the warped character of the controllers. The CIA, the Masonic leaders, and the Mishpucka keep extensive files on everyone for purposes of blackmail, and coercion. The Masonic leadership of Freemasonry in a given area will have thousands of "blackmail" files on essentially everyone of importance in their area. Upper echelon people such as judges, lawyers, and politicians are generally controlled via IRS infringements, and many of the lower echelon people are controlled through weird sexual items. This is where the Delta and Beta Monarch slaves are so helpful to the Illuminati. The Freemasons can have a sexual alter seduce a man, contrive a scene, and then an alter that is in a death trance takes the body so that the target of blackmail thinks he has killed the woman. It works great for blackmail. (This information comes from several witnesses who are informed about the blackmail files & their methods for blackmailing.)

  17. I now network with many activists for this or that cause and they are now reporting that they are stalked in the community by people who think they are spies. People who fight the installation of the smart meter are finding that their computer communications are interfered with. People who are with groups such as 911 truth,chem trail activism or 'we are change' are seeing the men in black type of community stalking. No longer is this kind of population control limited to us targets who were the experiments in this population control. Anyone who is speaking out is seeing the community stalkers who think they are I suggest that these community spies have had their realities manipulated and they are convinced by handlers that they are spies.

  18. Gravity's Rainbow? Wow. I need to get back to work! This comment thread is as thickly worded as War and Peace. Thankfully, mention of DEWs kept me from drifting off. A few questions for those of you who believe you're being gangstalked but are coherent and seem otherwise mentally well:Why gangstalking? Why not just stalking? Has it occurred that the negative inference might damage the self esteem of gang members?Why compound the two words when both singular words work to describe the alleged phenomena just as well? Gangstalking can be easily misread as gangs talking, which is what brought me to this link in the first place. I thought it might be a conciliatory effort between UN and RS members. If you'll agree to use it, I'll donate a hyphen.I'm under open investigation by the RCMP. While they're not on my tail all the time, occasionally I'll notice that I'm being tailed. I've seen page upon page of photographs of me included with legal discovery documents of a few friends. In late December, an RCMP officer told me that I am a cocaine dealer (not true, I just associate with some heavy guys because of my job). Is police surveillance gangstalking?One last question specifically for Debbie: You are in Nanaimo. It's a rough town, noted for the presence of a certain group of motorcycle enthusiasts. Has it occurred to you that the guys in cars with cameras might be performing surveillance on any of the hundreds of criminals whom reside in town? Edmonton's no Disneyland either.And Ms. Elliot, my are you crafty: Paranoids are not paranoids (Proverb 5) because they’re paranoid, but because they keep putting themselves, fucking idiots, deliberately into paranoid situations. >Pynchon, Gravity's Rainbow

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