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Eldon Byrd on mind control, UFO abductees & contactees
Eldon Byrd on mind control, UFO abductees & contactees, electromagnetic weapons, communicating with dolphins, occult rituals in space program, Psychotronic weapons, DNA altering. He was a medical engineer for the Navy and investigated the Geller effect on nitinol.

Vid summary: "Recording of one of Dr. Byrd's rare public lectures. Includes highly sensitive information on the topic of mind control. Caution: contains graphic content and should not be listened to by those who might be 'triggered' by such content."

Eldon Byrd ran the Marine Corps electromagnetic weapons project in the early 80's and is one of the very few military mind-control scientists to ever publicly discuss the issue."

Very interesting lecture. Nothing graphic except the annoying white noise tapes he plays after 1:05:00. There seems to be many similarities between Experiencers and those that claim to be "Targeted Individuals".

He mentions the The Pentagon's People Zapper which I never heard about, using not microwaves but infra-red heat for crowd control.

Biological Radio Communications from the Soviet Union mentioned by Eldon Byrd. That sounds a lot like telefactoring aka remote manipulator or waldo (after the 1942 short story "Waldo" by Robert A. Heinlein which features a man who invents and uses such devices), is a device which, through electronic, hydraulic, or mechanical linkages, allows a hand-like mechanism to be controlled by a human operator. In 1945, the company Central Research Laboratories was given the contract to develop a remote manipulator for the Argonne National Laboratory. The result was the Master-Slave Manipulator Mk. 8, which became the iconic remote manipulator seen in movies, such as the Andromeda Strain and THX 1138.

Biological Radio Communications (Wright-Patterson AFB, 1963)

Little known claim of (CIA/SRI) Robert Monroe’s Hemisync system:

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Monroe Patent

Patent for inducing desired states of consciousness by Robert Monroe.

Byrd discussed working on a project on ELF non-linear magnetic that may have gone black.

Quote:ELF-MF exposure affects the robustness of epigenetic programming during granulopoiesis (Published: 07 March 2017)


Extremely-low-frequency magnetic fields (ELF-MF) have been classified as “possibly carcinogenic” to humans on the grounds of an epidemiological association of ELF-MF exposure with an increased risk of childhood leukaemia. Yet, underlying mechanisms have remained obscure. Genome instability seems an unlikely reason as the energy transmitted by ELF-MF is too low to damage DNA and induce cancer-promoting mutations. ELF-MF, however, may perturb the epigenetic code of genomes, which is well-known to be sensitive to environmental conditions and generally deranged in cancers, including leukaemia. We examined the potential of ELF-MF to influence key epigenetic modifications in leukaemic Jurkat cells and in human CD34+ haematopoietic stem cells undergoing in vitro differentiation into the neutrophilic lineage. During granulopoiesis, sensitive genome-wide profiling of multiple replicate experiments did not reveal any statistically significant, ELF-MF-dependent alterations in the patterns of active (H3K4me2) and repressive (H3K27me3) histone marks nor in DNA methylation. However, ELF-MF exposure showed consistent effects on the reproducibility of these histone and DNA modification profiles (replicate variability), which appear to be of a stochastic nature but show preferences for the genomic context. The data indicate that ELF-MF exposure stabilizes active chromatin, particularly during the transition from a repressive to an active state during cell differentiation.

Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields (PDF, 1993) by W. Ross Adey.

Another mention is Igor Smirnov. His wife got a DHS contract for a mind reader.

Quote:The Weird Russian Mind-Control Research Behind a DHS Contract

A dungeon-like room in the Psychotechnology Research Institute in Moscow is used for human testing. The institute claims its technology can read the subconscious mind and alter behavior.

The future of U.S. anti-terrorism technology could lie near the end of a Moscow subway line in a circular dungeon-like room with a single door and no windows. Here, at the Psychotechnology Research Institute, human subjects submit to experiments aimed at manipulating their subconscious minds.

Elena Rusalkina, the silver-haired woman who runs the institute, gestured to the center of the claustrophobic room, where what looked like a dentist's chair sits in front of a glowing computer monitor. "We've had volunteers, a lot of them," she said, the thick concrete walls muffling the noise from the college campus outside. "We worked out a program with (a psychiatric facility) to study criminals. There's no way to falsify the results. There's no subjectivism."

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has gone to many strange places in its search for ways to identify terrorists before they attack, but perhaps none stranger than this lab on the outskirts of Russia's capital. The institute has for years served as the center of an obscure field of human behavior study -- dubbed psychoecology -- that traces it roots back to Soviet-era mind control research.

What's gotten DHS' attention is the institute's work on a system called Semantic Stimuli Response Measurements Technology, or SSRM Tek, a software-based mind reader that supposedly tests a subject's involuntary response to subliminal messages.

Sounds like twilight zone stuff but, I'll bet there is more truth to it than we'll ever know. As a teenager I worked for my uncle (commercial contractor Union) and he sent me to a job site which was at an SAC Air Force Research Lab & also on the base was NORAD command center for the East coast. This one particular building was a building inside a building within another heavily guarded compartment with mean dogs. This compartment facility was completely sealed, no windows, (like a SCIF, but much larger) with a maze of large & small conduit pipes feeding into it and only one single large door. The door was a thick heavy steel using hydraulics to open/close like a big bank vault or nuclear bunker. Outside the door were painted red lines on the floor extending about 25 ft outward in rectangle shape perimeter which had embedded text reading "Warning - Do NOT Cross!" along with red signs all over the place stating "The Use of Deadly Force is Authorized". I only ever saw high ranking Air Force & Navy officers going into this secure compartment.

Never got to go inside, but the outside door was always guarded by two armed MP's and the vault door outside face was dark Green. Everywhere we worked in this building we were closely monitored and followed by two more armed MP's who never spoke to us, and even walked us into the bathroom and stood guard. Everyday they changed out the guards that monitored us. We weren't even allowed to chit/chat amongst ourselves while working. Yea, WTF, but I was too young & naive to make much of it back then, other than wondering for years what the hell was behind that Green door. Yea, I know it sounds like a deep sea story tale, but sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.

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"Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we're being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I'm liable to be put away as insane for expressing that." ― John Lennon

Rogue News says that the US is a reality show posing as an Empire.

(11-13-2022, 05:31 AM)EndtheMadnessNow Wrote: [Image: DtcrdUC.jpg]

Fascinating... on a side-note, what is represented in the badge above?
Edith Head Gives Good Wardrobe. 
(11-13-2022, 10:07 AM)BIAD Wrote:
(11-13-2022, 05:31 AM)EndtheMadnessNow Wrote:

Fascinating... on a side-note, what is represented in the badge above?


The origins and purpose of this patch remain obscure. It is believed to be a mission patch from the 504th Flight Test Squadron. I've heard the phrase stems from the office at the Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC) that handles all SAP assignments, such as tasks to the NRO, and program offices like the B-21, the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office, and Area 51.

The green figure holding the sword (or dagger) wears the cloak-and dagger garb often associated with black projects. There is a star in the northern hemisphere under the letter "S" and another red star in the American Southwest. The red star might refer to an operating location, but the patch provides no real clue as to where it might be. The Southwest is home to numerous classified units. Air Force Space Command in Colorado; Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico; White Sands, New Mexico; Groom Lake, Nevada; and the Tonopah Test Range are all possibilities, and there are many more.

The words "A Lifetime of Silence" no doubt refer to the fact that members of this unit or project cannot speak about what they do. The image of a "Green Door" is also obscure. Military intelligence officers have a tradition of working behind locked green vault doors, but the symbol is widely used in popular culture to designate an inaccessible place.

In Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman's 1917 novel The Green Door, a young girl named Letitia longs to open a mysterious little green door in her house, but her aunt forbids it with the words "It is not best for you, my dear." The 1956 hit song "Green Door" is about a man who couldn't get into a party raging behind a green door. The 1972 pornographic film Behind the Green Door also uses the image to connote an inaccessible place (in the case of the film, a sex theater).

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The Green Door Tavern in Chicago History

"The New World fell not to a sword but to a meme." – Daniel Quinn

"Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we're being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I'm liable to be put away as insane for expressing that." ― John Lennon

Rogue News says that the US is a reality show posing as an Empire.

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