The Cell Phone Network: Psychoactive by Design?
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Cell Phone Network - Psychoactive by Design?
Since we already live under a cloud of mind control, it is often difficult to recognize the fact even when it is "hidden" in plain sight. Look no further than current and future cellular, wireless, and emergency communication networks which are strangely engineered to coincide with well documented psychoactive windows and entrainment protocols. What more audaccious strategy than to couple this agenda with the seductive high tech gadgetry that has now become indespensible to our social and financial status? And, since it is a commercial operation, the victims pay for their own bullets.
Just a Coincidence?
The cell phone network is the prime example of this delivery system on a global scale. Where's the "proof"? The chart below indicates absorption curve of radio frequencies by the body. The adult human brain is centered at 900MHz. This frequency, as well as its second harmonic of 1800MHz, is the standard carrier for all GSM transmissions. Stated another way, the wavelength selected for GSM matches the physical size of the brain, thereby causing it to vibrate in sympathy.
Judging from this, it would appear that the entire system, apart from serving as a communication and data collecting platform, has been conceived and optimized for transposing electronic signals directly INTO the brain. Any "message" embedded therein is spontaneously decoded by the known biological mechanisms described in the "Thought Implantation" section below. The only thing remaining in this scheme is to overlay whatever mind, behavior, or health modifying pattern is desired. The subject then responds without conscious screening or participation, resulting in altered behavior or thought content.
... There is also a rather obvious brainwave conditioning agent built-in to the signal to improve impact. The transmitted GSM pulse train occurs in 0.577ms duration bursts at a repetition rate of 217 per second. Most significantly, every 26th burst is omitted, thereby implementing an 8.34Hz component. This corresponds to an "alpha" brainwave frequency, which is thereby entrained. The net effect is to place the entire population more docile receptive state, and suppress critical thinking.
In the Beginning: Alfred Loomis and Tuxedo Park
From Tuxedo Park: A Wall Street Tycoon and the Secret Palace of Science That Changed the Course of World War II, by Jennet Conant, Chapter 6, "Restless Energy," page 128:
"A call from Compton in early 1939 helped crystallize his plans. Compton had correctly sensed that Loomis was at loose ends and was casting about for new direction for his research. He had told Compton that his work on brain waves with Hallowell Davis, while far from complete needed to be carried on under the auspices of a hospital, and to that end he had donated most of his equipment to the Harvard Medical School. Compton suggested that, given the portentous events in Europe, it might be useful if Loomis looked into the present state of microwave technology, or radar (though the latter term had not yet been coined). Loomis was intrigued by the idea and began exploring the subject on his own." ******** " ... In the back of the book there is a bibliography she lists of all the scientific journals published by Alfred Loomis from the 1920's up to about 1937...all deal with radio-frequencies and EEG readings on the human brain! The most troubling aspect was that most of these were done in Germany! ... "
Posted by "dmgspycat" 10-February 05
Think where it could be today with wireless technology. Electronic attack leaves no trace. I pulled some info off the web where the USAF did a dielectric of the human body to find out at what frequencies the organs in the human body resonate... why would they want that? Also, it has been mentioned by the science community that everyones brain has a unique signature like a fingerprint. They are all close but not exact...no two are alike. To let you know how long this has been going on you need to get a book called " Tuxedo Park" written by Jennett Conant...she is the grand-daughter of James Conant, he used to be the dean of Harvard University and was also close to those that made the A-bomb like Vannevar Bush of DARPA, Alfred Loomis who was the nephew of Henry Stimson(secretary of war), Oppenhiemer, Lawrence. Well anyway, in the back of the book there is a bibliography she lists of all the scientific journals published by Alfred Loomis from the 1920's up to about 1937...all deal with radio-frequencies and EEG readings on the human brain! The most troubling aspect was that most of these were done in Germany! ...
Wiki: Alfred Lee Loomis (November 4, 1887 – August 11, 1975) was an American attorney, investment banker, physicist, philanthropist and patron of scientific research. He established the Loomis Laboratory in Tuxedo Park, New York, and his role in the development of radar is considered instrumental in the Allied victory in World War II. He invented the Aberdeen Chronograph for measuring muzzle velocities, proposed the LORAN navigational system, contributed significantly (perhaps critically, according to Luis Alvarez) to the development of a ground-controlled approach technology for aircraft, and participated in preliminary meetings of the Manhattan Project. Loomis also made contributions to biological instrumentation—working with Edmund Newton Harvey, he co-invented the microscope centrifuge, and pioneered techniques for electroencephalography. In 1937 he discovered the sleep K-complex brainwave. *********** Amazon.com Review of Tuxedo Park:
This must have been an extremely difficult book to write. Its subject, Alfred Loomis, never gave interviews during his lifetime and destroyed all his papers before his death. "Few men of Loomis' prominence and achievement have gone to greater lengths to foil history," writes author Jennet Conant. Had he not done these things, his name would be better known--and this probably wouldn't be the first biography about him. So who was Alfred Loomis? "He was too complex to categorize--financier, philanthropist, society figure, physicist, inventor, amateur, dilettante--a contradiction in terms," writes Conant. Loomis established a private laboratory in New York and hired scientists whose work in the 1930s wound up making possible both the radar and the atomic bomb. These developments were essential to Allied victory in the Second World War. Conant is perhaps the only person who could have pierced Loomis's obsessive secrecy and written this book; she grew up with Loomis's children and other members of his family. Her grandfather, Harvard president James Bryant Conant, was one of Loomis's scientists. Tuxedo Park is an important book about the development of military technology in the United States; admirers of The Making of the Atomic Bomb by Richard Rhodes and similar titles won't want to miss it. - John Miller
Cell Phones, EEG and the Brain
Mobile phone emission modulates inter-hemispheric functional coupling of EEG alpha rhythms in elderly compared to young subjects. med./biol. By: Vecchio F, Babiloni C, Ferreri F, Buffo P, Cibelli G, Curcio G, van Dijkman S, Melgari JM, Giambattistelli F, Rossini PM Published in: Clin Neurophysiol 2010; 121 (2): 163 - 171
Aim of study (according to author) In a previous study (Vecchio et al. 2007) it has been reported that GSM electromagnetic fields of a mobile phone modulate inter-hemispheric synchronization (an important physiological feature of information transfer into the brain) of temporal and frontal resting EEG rhythms in normal young subjects. In the present study, the authors tested the hypothesis that this effect can vary with physiological aging as a sign of changes in the functional organization of cortical neural synchronization. Background/further details: Eyes-closed resting EEG data were recorded in 16 healthy elderly subjects (60.75 ± 2.87 years) and 5 young subjects (30 ± 1.26 years) in the same two conditions of the previous study (GSM device was turned on (45 min) in one condition and was turned off (45 min) in the other condition). The aging effects were investigated comparing the inter-hemispheric EEG coherence in the elderly subjects vs. a young group formed by 15 young subjects (including 10 young subjects of the previous study). Individual EEG rhythms of interest were delta waves (about 2-4 Hz), theta waves (about 4-6 Hz), alpha wave 1 (about 6-8 Hz), alpha wave 2 (about 8-10 Hz) and alpha wave 3 (about 10-12 Hz).
Source: Sleep Research Centre, Loughborough University, UK.
Mobile phones signals are pulse-modulated microwaves, and EEG studies suggest that the extremely low-frequency (ELF) pulse modulation has sleep effects. However, 'talk', 'listen' and 'standby' modes differ in the ELF (2, 8, and 217Hz) spectral components and specific absorption rates, but no sleep study has differentiated these modes. We used a GSM900 mobile phone controlled by a base-station simulator and a test SIM card to simulate these three specific modes, transmitted at 12.5% (23dBm) of maximum power. At weekly intervals, 10 healthy young adults, sleep restricted to 6h, were randomly and single-blind exposed to one of: talk, listen, standby and sham (nil signal) modes, for 30 min, at 13:30 h, whilst lying in a sound-proof, lit bedroom, with a thermally insulated silent phone beside the right ear. Bipolar EEGs were recorded continuously, and subjective ratings of sleepiness obtained every 3 min (before, during and after exposure). After exposure the phone and base-station were switched off, the bedroom darkened, and a 90 min sleep opportunity followed. We report on sleep onset using: (i) visually scored latency to onset of stage 2 sleep, (ii) EEG power spectral analysis. There was no condition effect for subjective sleepiness. Post-exposure, sleep latency after talk mode was markedly and significantly delayed beyond listen and sham modes. This condition effect over time was also quite evident in 1-4Hz EEG frontal power, which is a frequency range particularly sensitive to sleep onset. It is possible that 2, 8, 217Hz modulation may differentially affect sleep onset.
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Mind Control by Cell Phone
By R. Douglas Fields
Scientific American, May 7, 2008
Hospitals and airplanes ban the use of cell phones, because their electromagnetic transmissions can interfere with sensitive electrical devices. Could the brain also fall into that category? Of course, all our thoughts, sensations and actions arise from bioelectricity generated by neurons and transmitted through complex neural circuits inside our skull. Electrical signals between neurons generate electric fields that radiate out of brain tissue as electrical waves that can be picked up by electrodes touching a person's scalp. Measurements of such brainwaves in EEGs provide powerful insight into brain function and a valuable diagnostic tool for doctors. Indeed, so fundamental are brainwaves to the internal workings of the mind, they have become the ultimate, legal definition drawing the line between life and death.
Brainwaves change with a healthy person's conscious and unconscious mental activity and state of arousal. But scientists can do more with brainwaves than just listen in on the brain at work-they can selectively control brain function by transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). This technique uses powerful pulses of electromagnetic radiation beamed into a person's brain to jam or excite particular brain circuits.
Although a cell phone is much less powerful than TMS, the question still remains: Could the electrical signals coming from a phone affect certain brainwaves operating in resonance with cell phone transmission frequencies? After all, the caller's cerebral cortex is just centimeters away from radiation broadcast from the phone's antenna. Two studies provide some revealing news.
The first, led by Rodney Croft, of the Brain Science Institute, Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, tested whether cell phone transmissions could alter a person's brainwaves. The researchers monitored the brainwaves of 120 healthy men and women while a Nokia 6110 cell phone—one of the most popular cell phones in the world—was strapped to their head. A computer controlled the phone's transmissions in a double-blind experimental design, which meant that neither the test subject nor researchers knew whether the cell phone was transmitting or idle while EEG data were collected. The data showed that when the cell phone was transmitting, the power of a characteristic brain-wave pattern called alpha waves in the person's brain was boosted significantly. The increased alpha wave activity was greatest in brain tissue directly beneath to the cell phone, strengthening the case that the phone was responsible for the observed effect.
Alpha Waves of Brain Alpha waves fluctuate at a rate of eight to 12 cycles per second (Hertz). These brainwaves reflect a person's state of arousal and attention. Alpha waves are generally regarded as an indicator of reduced mental effort, "cortical idling" or mind wandering. But this conventional view is perhaps an oversimplification. Croft, for example, argues that the alpha wave is really regulating the shift of attention between external and internal inputs. Alpha waves increase in power when a person shifts his or her consciousness of the external world to internal thoughts; they also are the key brainwave signatures of sleep.
Cell Phone Insomnia If cell phone signals boost a person's alpha waves, does this nudge them subliminally into an altered state of consciousness or have any effect at all on the workings of their mind that can be observed in a person's behavior? In the second study, James Horne and colleagues at the Loughborough University Sleep Research Centre in England devised an experiment to test this question. The result was surprising. Not only could the cell phone signals alter a person's behavior during the call, the effects of the disrupted brain-wave patterns continued long after the phone was switched off.
"This was a completely unexpected finding," Horne told me. "We didn't suspect any effect on EEG [after switching off the phone]. We were interested in studying the effect of mobile phone signals on sleep itself." But it quickly became obvious to Horne and colleagues in preparing for the sleep-research experiments that some of the test subjects had difficulty falling asleep.
Horne and his colleagues controlled a Nokia 6310e cell phone—another popular and basic phone—attached to the head of 10 healthy but sleep-deprived men in their sleep research lab. (Their sleep had been restricted to six hours the previous night.) The researchers then monitored the men's brainwaves by EEG while the phone was switched on and off by remote computer, and also switched between "standby," "listen" and "talk" modes of operation for 30 minute intervals on different nights. The experiment revealed that after the phone was switched to "talk" mode a different brain-wave pattern, called delta waves (in the range of one to four Hertz), remained dampened for nearly one hour after the phone was shut off. These brainwaves are the most reliable and sensitive marker of stage two sleep—approximately 50 percent of total sleep consists of this stage—and the subjects remained awake twice as long after the phone transmitting in talk mode was shut off. Although the test subjects had been sleep-deprived the night before, they could not fall asleep for nearly one hour after the phone had been operating without their knowledge.
Although this research shows that cell phone transmissions can affect a person's brainwaves with persistent effects on behavior, Horne does not feel there is any need for concern that cell phones are damaging. The arousal effects the researchers measured are equivalent to about half a cup of coffee, and many other factors in a person's surroundings will affect a night's sleep as much or more than cell phone transmissions.
"The significance of the research," he explained, is that although the cell phone power is low, "electromagnetic radiation can nevertheless have an effect on mental behavior when transmitting at the proper frequency." He finds this fact especially remarkable when considering that everyone is surrounded by electromagnetic clutter radiating from all kinds of electronic devices in our modern world. Cell phones in talk mode seem to be particularly well-tuned to frequencies that affect brainwave activity. "The results show sensitivity to low-level radiation to a subtle degree. These findings open the door by a crack for more research to follow. One only wonders if with different doses, durations, or other devices, would there be greater effects?"
Croft of Swinburne emphasizes that there are no health worries from these new findings. "The exciting thing about this research is that it allows us to have a look at how you might modulate brain function and this [look] tells us something about how the brain works on a fundamental level." In other words, the importance of this work is in illuminating the fundamental workings of the brain-scientists can now splash away with their own self-generated electromagnetic waves and learn a great deal about how brainwaves respond and what they do.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Doug Fields is a developmental neuroscientist and Editor-in-Chief of Neuron Glia Biology.
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Network of Influence
Now that the brain has been phsyiologically and behaviorally targeted, how is the actual controlling information conveyed? Several methods are possible, due to the complex structure of the GSM signal, ostensibly required to optimize bandwidth.
1) Amplitude or frequency modulation of the MHz carrier, 2) Frequency modulation of the TDMA pulses, 3) Pulse width modulation of the TDMA pulses, and 4) Phase modulations between the FDMA channels.
TDMA, or "time division multiple access" is responsible for the aforementioned 1:7 mark-space ratio (26:217). This allows 8 bursts to fit within each time slot. These are assigned, one each, to base station transmitters (BST) within a given radius. Conversation or data stream are digitally keyed within each burst.
FDMA, or "frequency division multiple access", creates 124 discrete frequency channels, grouped around the 900MHz carrier at 200KHz spacing. Transmissions constantly constantly "hop" back and forth between these.
Since the base station controller facility (BCF) runs on software, all that is required is insertion of the appropriate program. This can be done on-site, or online from a remote server; the latter effectively circumventing low level security clearence phone employees.
Ross Adey "Wherever We Go, We Will Be Immersed in a Sea of Low-level, Pulsed Microwave Signals."Electromagnetic Fields, the Modulation of Brain Tissue Functions - PDF Controlling the Masses With Microwaves Microwave Harassment and Mind-Control Experimentation, Part 2 Mobiles Protect Against Alzheimers - So they must then affect the brain The Cell Phone and the Cell The Cell Tower EMF Problem - Mobile Phones/Mobile Networks/Safety Adverse Health Effects EMR Phone Tower Communications Service Frequency Table Electrosensitivity Uk News - Cell phones and more - PDF
It is telling that several of the options listed above are forms of frequency modulation, and this is the same system of information processing utilized by the brain itself. What this represents is an advertiser's or dictators dream come true; an unprecedented capability to invade and restructure the innermost thoughts of both individuals and the population at large. No longer is direct physical or psychological intervention required to impose compliancy to the degree where commands are accepted without question. Somewhere in the guarded literature there would be records of buying or behavioral trends in relation to radio and television broadcasts, irrespective of whether or not the target audience was actively engaged with same, eg. listening or watching.
Brain Works Like an FM Radio - Study Finds Wireless Brain-to-Computer Connection Synthesizes Speech - Here is the above principle used in reverse.Thalamo-Cortical Interactions Modeled by Weakly Connected Oscillators: Could Brain Use FM Radio Principles? - PDF US Patent 4,889,526: Non-invasive Method and Apparatus for Modulating Brain Signals ... - "Narrow band FM is therefore the logical choice which Nature evidently selected".
Zapping the American heartland. Microwave antennae concealed on a farm water tank.
Being indetectable by the senses, and all but the most exotic test equipment, the subversive component of cell phone transmissions is not easily identified or counteracted. Certainly, there is no offical admission of its existence, hidden amidst the background noise of an increasingly wireless, electro-polluted world. The towers themselves are often camoflaged into exisiting structures or foliage.
To prevent documentation of the actual content, the signal itself is scrambled using "frequency hopping spread spectrum" (FHSS) modulation. Originally developed for the military, it makes interecption or jamming all but impossible without access to a synchronized receiver. In accord with this strategy, the GSM signal randomly shifts across the 124 sidebands previously mentioned above.
All these features are nothing more than corrupt implementations of conventional broadcast technology. The difference is that the recently discovered keys of entry to the human mind have been embedded within them. Furthermore, they can be applied to nearly ANY type of transmitter, including nearly all those represented on this website. For reinforcement, multiple delivery systems and wave structures can be configured to emit the same signal, or mutually augmentative permutations. Once this type of invasive access has been implemented, all that remains is to select the appropriate psychoactive signals. For details on these, please consult the Research page.
High altitude blimps to supplement cell phone towers. Sadly, not a case of "out of sight, out of mind".
On the Beam
A relatively recent development in this scenario is "adaptive beamforming" (ABF); increasingly utilized in cell towers and satellites, ostensibly to optimize signal spread. However, in conjunction with GPS, several modes of its operation are ideally suited to targeting electromagnetic influence down to an individual level.
The in-place system acquires all active headsets and blends them into an active matrix whereby the strength and directionality of a cell phone transmission is matched in real time, to the accessible range of the communicating devices. It is not unlike the phase steering capability of advanced military radar. This projected spatial component is enabled by the triangular 120 degree array of transmitting antennae that adorns nearly every tower. The same principle can be expanded upon by likewise integrating several adjacent base stations. In relation to personal targeting, the obvious function would be to dump high levels of unhealthful microwaves at a predesignated location.
Helpful hint: beamforming requires "smart phones" to be always "on", even when you switch them "off". That's also why the spooks can do this: FBI Taps Cell Phone Mic as Eavesdropping Tool. Of course, none of it would work if the phone were placed inside a sealed metal box.
Beamforming - Wikipedia Advances in Bistatic Radar - Google Books Adaptive Beaming and Imaging in the Turbulent Atmosphere - Google Books This is for the DC Madam! Mysterious Deaths of GEC-Marconi Scientists Who's Killing the Star Wars Scientists? - Hmm... and what technology were they working on? Plasma Silicon Antenna - Miniature, solid state beamformers coming everywhere soon. Multi-beam Cyclotron Maser Array - PDF Mind Control and EM Wave Polarization Transductions - More of same. Non-linear Resonance Localized Wave Representations of Acoustic and Electromagnetic Radiation - Abstract
Solitons - Holograms
Apart from increased service efficiency to phone clients, beamforming means that microwaves can effectively be "dumped" upon any discrete location as specified by GPS coordinates. By projecting two or more of such illuminators a synthetic aperture is formed capable of resolving 3D forms.
Through the addition of chirped FM beams, the absorption spectrum unique to any object or person can be extracted, thereby serving as a means of covert surveillance/tracking. By embedding this within a microwave carrier, selective targeting of distinct anatomical features, including body size and ethnicity, can be accomplished.
To right, military phased array (multiple aperature) radar antenna is cable of reverse imaging, or holographic EMR distribution, utilizing only one facility.
"The (EISCAT) heater is used for ionospheric modification experiments applying high-power transmissions of high-frequency electro-magnetic waves to study plasma parameters in the ionosphere. The name heating stems from the fact that these high power electromagnetic waves, which are transmitted into the ionosphre with high-gain atennas, heat the electrons and thus modify the plasma state. To create plasma turbulence, the transmitted frequencies have to be close to the plasma resonances, which are 4 to 8 MHz."
Ground Wave Emergency Network (GWEN)
"GWEN is a superb system, in combination with cyclotron resonance, for producing behavioral alterations in the civilian population. The average strength of the steady geomagnetic field varies from place to place across the United States. Therefore, if one wished to resonate a specific ion in living things in a specific locality, one would require a specific frequency for that location. The spacing of GWEN transmitters 200 miles apart across the United States would allow such specific frequencies to be 'tailored' to the geomagnetic-field strength in each GWEN area." - Robert O. Becker, MD