Imagine going about your day when all of a sudden a voice that isn't yours is heard in close proximity, perhaps even in your own mind.. You quickly check your surroundings in an attempt to find the source of the audio but fail to see anyone around you. At first you may think you're going crazy, having a mental breakdown or developing schizophrenia.. However this may not actually be the case.. What if I told you the technology exists to actually beam thoughts or audio into a persons head?
As horrifying and sci-fi as the scenario above may seem, it is almost certainly happening to individuals on this planet right now.. I present to you my research in the very real field of synthetic telepathy, "voice to skull" or otherwise known as V2K devices. Scary shit!
Thoughts in Your Head May Not Resonate From Yourself
As early as the 1970's research into the forced implantation of thought, subliminal messages as well as audio into a target subject utilizing ultrasonic and microwave pulses was being conducted. According to the Federaration of American Scientists US V2K technology is:
"Nonlethal weapon which includes (1) a neuro-electromagnetic device which uses microwave transmission of sound into the skull of persons or animals by way of pulse-modulated microwave radiation; and (2) a silent sound device which can transmit sound into the skull of person or animals. NOTE: The sound modulation may be voice or audio subliminal messages. One application of V2K is use as an electronic scarecrow to frighten birds in the vicinity of airports."
( Source: Federation of American Scientists )
Let that sink in for a second.. Technology has existed for nearly 50 years having the ability to use pulse-modulated microwave radiation in order to transmit sound into the brain of both humans and animals. A diagram below illustrates how such a device works:
( Source: wired.com )
The biological phenomenon used in this technology is was coined the "microwave auditory effect" and was investigated in the 1960's through 1970's by a man by the name of Allan Frey. The reason for his investigation was that during the second world war allied radar operators were giving reports of hearing clicks inside their heads if they happened to be standing in front of the radar arrays, this lead to the further research of the phenomenon and ultimately lead to the development of technology known in the military as "V2K".
Through research a patent was found to support the existence of these sort of devices:
While the exact mechanism of why this happens is still up for debate it's thought that the sounds heard may come from thermo-elastic expansion and contraction of parts of the auditory canal and/or inner ear...
If you're not a wee bit freaked out or terrified at this point you may want to go reread the hypothetical situation that resides at the top of this post, imagine this was happening to you. While this type of technology was in essence developed in cohorts with the US military it is thought that various criminal organizations may also possess similar technology and be utilizing it against civilian targets as a form of electronic harassment, either driving the victim insane or compelling them to commit actions they would have not otherwise done.
Build Your Own "V2K" Device?
While ole @KLYE doesn't condone pulse modulated microwaving people in order to transmit audio into their skulls in the research done towards making this post a reality I happened to stumble upon what appears to be wiring diagrams and blueprints to build your own DIY (do it yourself) voice to skull device. In the interest of leveling the playing field I'll share with you below what appears to be a way to make your own:
Schematics:( Source: https://www.biggerthansnowden.com/v2k.html )
Board:( Source: https://www.biggerthansnowden.com/v2k.html )
Reading Thoughts of Others
Information on reading the thoughts of people at a distance electronically appears to be closely guarded and or quickly scrubbed from the net when information does surface. While seemingly only existing in the realm of science fiction there is large amounts of speculation that devices that can be used to read a persons thoughts and inner dialog do exist and likely function through a means of quantum entanglement and brain waves. My research pulled no conclusive evidence of any such technology other than a few DARPA entries however this doesn't mean that you shouldn't be wary..
It appears that while coming off as science fiction it very may well be that "V2K" devices actually do exist and may have incredibly sinister implications if fallen into the wrong hands. If you are hearing voices that are your own or others within your mind please seek medical and/or psychological help if you're unable to deal with said symptoms.
This technology is real, the science behind it being explored and very likely weaponized. Sadly tinfoil hats will not be effective in defense against these potentially malicious devices and thus we should be on guard if they are ever deployed against ourselves or loved ones.
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