Controlled Offensive Behavior - What a 1972 DIA Report Reveals About the Connection Between Mind Control, Electromagnetics & Psychic Warfare

in technology •  2 years ago

This article references document CIA-RDP96-00792R000600360001-2 on the FOIA library. This link will send you directly to the CIA.gov site where you can download for independent review. My intention is to provide as objective of interpretation as possible from the perspective of a Wireless/Radio Frequency Engineer with 20+ years experience (me)

This report from 1972 demonstrates that the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) was very much interested in exploring Psychic or Anomalous Mental Phenomena. This specific report, created during the Cold War era, discusses how far behind the United States was in contrast to our adversaries at the time, the USSR. This specific quote is telling...

You can see that the author was sending out a warning signal to our intelligence community: Take heed or be prepared for defeat. The Psy-Warriors would be the future of intelligence gathering. But was it restricted to things like Remote Viewing? How much progress did they make in Remote Action? (RA-is similar to RV but where the 'agent' acts as an 'influencer' of thoughts and less as a passive 'watcher' or RV receiver)

Upon researching these documents in depth, I found correlations to Radio Frequency with very specific numbers assigned to the methodology used for methods of Psychological and Electronic Warfare like Brain Entrainment, Brainwave Measurement (remotely), EEG/MEG measurements and the like. So it would appear that the earliest studies understood quite well there is a definite relationship between the frequencies (EMF/EMR) we absorb and their ability to control or modify behavior. To explain further I'm going to highlight a few pages and point out some bits worth discussing further. 

Here is a brief video intro explaining my experience and philosophy behind this research:

SteemIt will be the primary outlet for my research links and exploring this material in-depth. This presentation will be released in sections. If the written-word serves the material better, I'll expand on those themes here. I'll provide links to documents along with the YouTube videos as supplements to help research these materials independently. 

Telepathic Communication? Bioplasma? UHF? What does it all mean? 

We'll diver deeper into this in the next post. Please Follow for updates. My YouTube Channel is here. Thanks for reading.

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No offense or misuse was intended. My post includes 6 minute detailed video introduction of myself and my technical background as part of my presence on SteemIt. It seemed relevant to the tag and not an 'abuse'. If this violates the TOS, I'd be happy to remove the tag. Can you direct me to the proper guidelines in case there is something I'm not understanding about what an 'introduction' entails? I want to follow the proper guidelines and again, wish no offense to anyone. Thanks.

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Please do not get me wrong, I am not steem police or anything like that.
It does not violate ToS, you can do here (i.e. on Steem) pretty much anything.
No hard feelings. Just my point of view and it is of course OK to disagree.
It is just when I was browsing through #introduceyourself category I found something that I was not expecting here and recognized as misplaced. I'm not interested in content you are posting so I just skimmed over this post and made a comment (I missed your introduction within video).

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No problem. I agreed with your perspective after I placed it in context. When I view the overall content typically assigned to the "introduceyourself" tag, my post was totally out of place, regardless of the Intro video being in there. I think it was appropriate to call out. I actually do appreciate it and not just saying that to be politically correct. You've been respectful with each response. Thanks.

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To ensure no hard feelings with the community I've removed the introduceyourself tag and will create a separate post that doesn't involve the other content. I can see why that would be problematic. Thanks for letting me know.