The report surveyed in both a
technical and legal nature the use of these new communication
technologies as it pertained to the investigation, apprehension,
and confinement of criminals, looking at the delicate balance
between the "national interest and individual rights."
However, the report conveniently
omitted any reference to the use of directed energy weapons from
the section on "less than lethal" weapons. For example,
according to Girard, most Americans are completely unaware that
their military has in its arsenal a weapon capable of paralyzing
a person at a distance through a brick wall, if necessary.
This deadly weapon, developed during
1983-4 for use in situations where hostages are being held, has
now been purchased in a variety of forms by the Marine Corps
with the intended use of confusing and disorienting the enemy.
And while Girard claims this type of
weaponry has now been unleashed on the civilian population, he
further claims American weapons research has centered on pulsed
radiation in the gigahertz frequency band for a very interesting
"In 1972, the Department of the Army
researched Soviet and other foreign literature sources and
discovered over 500 studies devoted to the biological effects of
SHF - "super-high frequency electromagnetic oscillations," said
Girard in his highly detailed report essentially ignored by the
powers that be.
He went on to say in greater detail:
"SHF may have potential use as a
technique for altering human behavior. ...Lethal and non-lethal
aspects have been shown to exist. In certain non-lethal
exposures, definite behavioral changes have occurred. There also
appears to be a change in mammals, when exposed to SHF, in
sensitivity to sound, light, and olfactory stimuli."
"The significance of this intelligence
document in terms of the medical experiments commissioned by the
Central Intelligence Agency since 1976 is that "emphasis in this
report is placed on influencing individuals as opposed to
"Secondly, this report is a trend
study and therefore contains statements predicting Soviet
knowledge and capabilities for influencing human behavior up to
fifteen years ahead, or 1987. It foreshadows the enormous
effort put into behavior control experiments employing the use
of masers and microwave beam weapons on involuntary human
subjects during the Reagan-Bush regime.
"Thirdly, despite the report's title.
Controlled Offensive Behavior - USSR. it opens with a chapter
describing the use of torture on Catholic prisoners in British
jails in Northern Ireland. The inclusion of this chapter at all,
and its position at the front of the report clearly is intended
to suggest that it is permissible for the United States to
torture its own citizens because these methods are being used by
our very civilized cousins in Britain, and not only barbarians
in the Soviet Union.
"Fourthly, the report states that, the
purpose of mind altering techniques is to create one or more of
several different possible states in the conscious or
unconscious area of the brain. The ultimate goal of controlled
offensive behavior might well be the total submission of one's
will to some outside force."
Another report of interest concerns
the technology of political control called 'The
Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control"
by John Marks. It was published in 1977 but has recently (1988)
been reprinted by Dell Publishing, with an introduction by
Of special interest are the chapters
concerning experiments with electrodes in the brain, which were
the true forerunner of current experimentation involving
invading the human brain and nervous system with gigahertz
frequency masers and microwave beam weapons.
Further, two paragraphs in the very
last chapter which concern a Boston-based CIA front
organization, the Scientific Engineering Institute (SEI). The
SEI, still existing today, was initially established to do
research on radar. In the 1960's, however, the SEI added a wing
devoted to "life sciences", and hired a group of behavioral and
Besides this report, Girard calls
attention another Defense Intelligence Agency report also
prepared by the US Army. It is titled. Biological Effects of
Electromagnetic Radiation (Radio waves and Microwaves) Eurasian
Communist Countries It was published by the Defense
Intelligence Agency in March, 1976.
"The importance of this report rests
not on its content, much of which seems to remains classified,
but in its acknowledgement of a shift in focus in less than four
years from a wide range of behavior control interests to just
one, electromagnetic radiation," said Girard.
"The date of this report is also
significant; it was published just as George Herbert Walker Bush
became Director of Central Intelligence. Experiments on
involuntary human subjects were rapidly authorized by the new
Director, but outside of the United States because of the wrath
of Congress at that time.
"An experiment was begun in Edmonton
Alberta, Canada, under the aegis of an American oil company with
which the DCI was on friendly terms. It consisted initially of
blasting a man's brain with the microwave analog of sound waves
for 2-3 hours a day. This has the effect of producing auditory
In his report, Girard concludes "The
Manchurian Candidate 1990 is quite a different fellow
than his 1956 counterpart, " saying he is no longer an
hypnotically pre-programmed assassin but his behavior is now
programmed and fed into a computer, which bio-mechanically
drives him to his predetermined and destructive destiny, just
like the cruise missiles manufactured by General Electric
"The process which the microwave
weapon employs is described in a paper titled, "The
Electromagnetic Spectrum in Low-Intensity Conflict", by Cap.
Paul E. Tyler, Medical Command, United States Navy," said
Girard. "His paper, presented at least a year after the murder
which leaves no traces had already been perfected, sets forth
the conceptual basis from which the development of the microwave
beam weaponry began. It is worth reading."
Captain Tyler's paper was presented at
a workshop conducted by Air University Center for Aerospace
Doctrine, Research, and Education in March, 1984. His paper is
included in a collection titled, "Low-Intensity Conflict and
Modern Technology," edited by Lt. Col. David J. Dean, United
States Air Force, and published by Air University Press, Maxwell
Air Force Base, Alabama in June, 1986. The book is available
from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing
Office, Washington, D.C. 20402.
The most salient part of Girard's 1991
report follows outlining the technologies and methods used by
the government on unsuspecting civilians:
We are all
familiar with the sensation of being exposed to very loud
noises. They are irritating, and we try to remove ourselves
from them. We might say, "It's so noisy in here, I can't
hear myself think."
perceive thought as "audible" sound. It is something which
We listen to
ourselves think. This quality of listening to ourselves
think, of hearing our own thoughts, can be extinguished by
this device, so that it is not possible to hear oneself
I have no idea
how this effect is produced. It may be accomplished by
playing a signal into the auditory nerve at such a high
power that it does in fact drown out the "sound" of all
thought, but I do not believe that is how it is being done.
I do not know enough about the physiology of the brain to
explain how it might be done, but the Central Intelligence
Agency can do it with the mind control technology at its
That is the bad
news. The good news is that one continues to think even if
one cannot hear oneself think. Do not panic. There is
nothing to fear.
On the other
hand, our thought process is what distinguishes man from
other forms of life. Cogito ergo sum. But cogito is no
longer necessarily possible. Where does this leave sum?
this communications equipment is able to produce pain,
enormous amounts of pain. Pain is only another nerve signal,
and pain is applied in great quantities in the torture
pain is specific and describable, more often it is general
and indescribable. It is very much like being immersed in
water, only it isn't water and it is pain that surges and
laps at one like water.
I have also
described this pain as being very much like having an
electric current passing through one's body. It is like
having one's finger held in an electric socket and being
unable to turn the current off. Except, this torture is
used for years on e
A skeptic might
well ask why. if the United States has such equipment, it is
being used to torture innocents and not Saddam Hussein. The
answer is the cowardice factor.
This is the
cowardice factor. Torturing a man through a cinder block
wall is the ultimate act of cowardice. The mere invention
is a reflection of the complete moral and physical
corruption of American society.
But America is
also an intellectually corrupt country. Once the Central
IntelligenceAgency had discovered the Fountain of Death, it
didn't know how to use it. The best idea they could come up
with was to resurrect the protocols of the infamous Dr. Ewen
Cameron, substituting the new technology for the low tech
equipment he had employed.
Readers who are
interested in the protocols of the deranged Dr. Cameron may
consult John Marks' book, cited earlier. There have recently
been several books published on the subject of Cameron, as
well. This new interest resulted from survivors of his
medical atrocities suing the CIA for compensation.
Among the books
recently published, I would recommend "Journey Into Madness"
by Clordon Thomas. The American edition came out in May,
1990. A skeptic might also ask how it is possible to apply
the Cameron brainwashing technique, called de-patterning, to
an American citizen in the privacy of his own home. This is
in fact the $64 dollar question, with no obvious answer to
rational men and women.
effort is made to incarcerate the victim in a friendly
hospital where his or her mind can be crushed at the leisure
of the CIA. It is usually possible to at least get a false
diagnosis from a corrupt physician that the victim has a
potential psychiatric problem which may require
institutionalization at some future date.
The effort to
incarcerate the victim requires the cooperation of someone
in the victim's family or work environment. The Central
Intelligence Agency uses the term authority figure to
describe this player, because he or she is an authority on
the victim, and will step forward at the appropriate moment
and demand that the victim be incarcerated or agree with the
physician that the victim should be incarnated.
presence of an authority, the victim may simply be kidnapped
and placed in confinement, or the CIA may use unlawfu1
restraint to hold the victim in confinement temporarily.
It's not a pretty picture. If all attempts at incarceration
fail. or when the victim must be released, then the victim
is tortured in the privacy of his own home- This is possible
because the effects are produced by electromagnetic
radiation, which passes freely through seemingly solid walls
brainwashing begins by picking victims who are isolated in
the first place, preferably living alone, by soliciting the
cooperation of the victims friends and acquaintances. In
other societies these people wouldn't be called friends,
they would be called informers.
Intelligence Agency then attempts to isolate the individual
from people whom they plan to corrupt -- the victim's
support network. This is done by making the victim
difficult to be with. At the same tune, every effort is
made to make the victim suspicious of his friends and
colleagues so he will avoid them of his own, free will.
To augment this
process, members of the victims support network may simply
be purchased to spread rumors concerning the victim, with
the intention of further isolating him or her. This aspect
of the process may be and is, carried to the extreme of
simply murdering members of the victims support
The process of
discrediting the victim, isolating the victim, is a
continuous one, and isolating the victim from members of the
opposite sex, particularly potential sex partners, is a
central feature of this process.
This is the
background. The foreground is the adaptation of the Cameron
de-patterning technique. The central feature of this is to
use microwave auditory effects in place of the tape player
and headset which Cameron used in a part of the process
called psychic driving.
auditory effects are used to humiliate and ridicule the
victim, and to express the torturers' contempt for the
victim, which is also expressed through the application of
copious amounts of pain.
also expressed by breaking and entering the victims home and
burglarizing it on a daily basis. The victim is allowed no
privacy whatsoever. His every action is commented on
disparagingly. This is accomplished by bugging the victim's
home with an array of devices, including video and sound
The quality of
the bugging equipment available to the CIA today is beyond
the imagination of the average man. These sensors have been
miniaturized to the point where no visual inspection will
every discover them. And they are sensitive beyond belief.
The bugging devices themselves could be the subject of a