Pulsed Microwave Voice-to-Skull
Pulsed microwave voice-to-skull (or other-sound-to-skull) transmission was discovered during World War II by radar technicians who found they could hear the buzz of the train of pulses being transmitted by radar equipment they were working on. This phenomenon has been studied extensively by Dr. Allan Frey, whose work has been published in a number of reference books.
What Dr. Frey found was that single pulses of microwave could be heard by some people as “pops” or “clicks”, while a train of uniform pulses could be heard as a buzz, without benefit of any type of receiver.
Dr. Frey also found that a wide range of frequencies, as low as 125 MHz (well below microwave) worked for some combination of pulse power and pulse width. Detailed unclassified studies mapped out those frequencies and pulse characteristics which are optimum for generation of “microwave hearing”.
Very significantly, when discussing electronic mind control, is the fact that the PEAK PULSE POWER required is modest – something like 0.3 watts per square centimeter of skull surface, and this power level is only applied for a very small percentage of each pulse’s cycle time. 0.3 watts/sq cm is about what you get under a 250 watt heat lamp at a distance of one meter. It is not a lot of power.
When you take into account that the pulse train is OFF (no signal) for most of each cycle, the average power is so low as to be nearly undetectable.
Frequencies that act as voice-to-skull carriers are not single frequencies, as, for example TV or cell phone channels are. Each sensitive frequency is actually a range or “band” of frequencies. A technology
used to reduce both interference and detection is called “spread spectrum”. Spread spectrum signals have the carrier frequency “hop” around within a specified band.
Unless a receiver “knows” the hop schedule in advance, there is virtually no chance of receiving or detecting a coherent readable signal. Spectrum analyzers, used for detection, are receivers with a screen. A spread spectrum signal received on a spectrum analyzer appears as just more
“static” or noise.
The actual method of the first successful UN classified voice to skull experiment in 1974, by Dr.
Joseph C. Sharp, then at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. Dr. Sharp’s basic method is shown in Appendix PM6, below. A Frey-type audible pulse was transmitted every time the voice waveform
passed down through the zero axis, a technique easily duplicated by ham radio operators who build their own equipment.
A pattern seems to be repeated where research which could be used for mind control starts working, the UN classified researchers lose funding, and in some cases their notes have been confiscated, and no further information on that research track is heard in the unclassified press.
Pulsed microwave voice-to-skull research is one such track.
Technologies able to induce in a human target, via microwave radiation of particular frequencies, unusual sounds, music and even voices communicating in real words.
The Beat Frequency of the Brain
Delta Waves ( below 3.5 hz )
This is the frequency range associated with deep sleep. People do not dream when they are in Delta sleep.
Theta Waves ( 3.5 hz to 7.0 hz )
This is the frequency range associated with a hypnotic, deeply relaxed states of consciousness. Lucid Dreams are more prone to occur in theta. The mind is in a twilight state and is prone to free association resulting in amazing mental images. Many PSI phenomenon are noted to occur in theta such as remote viewing, out of body experiences, and astral projection.
Alpha Waves ( 7.0 hz to 13.0 hz )
In Alpha, we are awake, but relaxed. Alpha is sometimes described as the ‘daydream’ state as most daydream activity occurs in persons while in alpha. There are many reports suggesting relationships between people with Fibromyalgia, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, ADD, AD/HD, and other maladies, that may suffer from excessive Alpha with little Beta activity during the normal waking day.
Beta Waves ( 13.0 hz to 40.0 hz )
Beta is associated with the fully awake, fully focused mind. High beta without alpha is associated with stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, and similar issues.
Each of these frequencies occur in nature and are usually associated with a relaxed state of mind.
Native American Indians produce theta and delta rhythms with their tribal drum rituals. It is believed that this is the source of their hypnotic states and mystical experiences.
Certain low frequency waves can produce hallucinogenic images.
Could structures be used as waveguides? Could the resonant frequencies of the structures be within the beat frequencies of the brain? Harmonics of the alpha and theta wave states of the brain?
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