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Because the frequency of the sound heard is dependent on the pulse characteristics of the
RF energy, it seems possible that this technology could be developed to the point where
words could be transmitted to be heard like the spoken word, except hat it could only be
heard within a persons head. In one experiment, communication of the words from one
to ten using "speech modulated" microwave energy was successfully demonstrated.
Microphones next to the person experiencing the voice could not pick up the sound.
Additional development of this would open up a wide range of possibilities.

This technology requires no extrapolation to estimate its usefulness. Microwave energy

can be applied at a distance, and the appropriate technology can be adapted
from existing radar units. Aiming devices likewise are available but for special
circumstances which require extreme specificity, there may be a need for additional
development. Extreme directional specificity would be required to transmit a message to a
single hostage surrounded by his captors. Signals can be transmitted long distances
(hundreds of meters) using current technology. Longer distances and more sophisticated
signal types will require more bulky equipment, but it seems possible to transmit some of
the signals at closer ranges using man-portable equipment.

Application of electromagnetic pulses is also a conceptual nonlethal technology that uses

electromagnetic energy to induce neural synchrony and disruption of voluntary muscle control. The
effectiveness of this concept has not been demonstrated. However, from past work in evaluating the
potential for electromagnetic pulse generator to affect humans, it is estimated that sufficiently strong
internal fields can be generated within the brain to trigger neurons.

I have had tremors and other physical effects mimicking catatonic schizophrenia for temporary

--Reference to thoughts about self-harm

The hearing of microwave pulses is a unique exception to the airborne or bone-conducted sound energy
normally encountered in human auditory perception. The hearing apparatus commonly responds to
airborne or bone-conducted acoustic or sound pressure waves in the audible frequency range. But the
hearing of microwave pulses involves electromagnetic waves whose frequency ranges from hundreds
of MHz to tens of GHz. Since electromagnetic waves (e.g., light) are seen but not heard, the report of
auditory perception of microwave pulses was at once astonishing and intriguing.

I have felt this as a symptom for years now, though recently it has ceased.

Synergisms between pharmacological agents and endogenous neurotransmitters are familiar and
frequent. The present review describes the experimental evidence for interactions between
neuropharmacological compounds and the classes of weak magnetic fields that might be encountered in
our daily environments. Whereas drugs mediate their effects through specific spatial (molecular)
structures, magnetic fields mediate their effects through specific temporal patterns. Very weak
(microT range) physiologically-patterned magnetic fields synergistically interact with drugs to
strongly potentiate effects that have classically involved opiate, cholinergic, dopaminergic,
serotonergic, and nitric oxide pathways. The combinations of the appropriately patterned magnetic
fields and specific drugs can evoke changes that are several times larger than those evoked by the drugs
alone. These novel synergisms provide a challenge for a future within an electromagnetic,
technological world. They may also reveal fundamental, common physical mechanisms by which
magnetic fields and chemical reactions affect the organism from the level of fundamental particles to
the entire living system.

reference to recent celebrity opiate deaths

Auditory perception. A special effect has been reported in which microwave RF emitted in the
form of very short pulses (1-20 sec) is perceived by humans and animals as clicks or other
sounds. This perception could well result when thermal absorption leads to thermoelastic expansion of
tissues and fluids in the head and is sensed by auditory receptors. If the energy flux in the pulse exceeds
about 40 J/cm2, delivered in a few microseconds, auditory perceptions occur.8

I have had clicks in my head for about 4 years now. Sometimes very frequently, now rarely.

Relative changes in EEG theta, alpha and beta rhythms of the group of 13 healthy volunteers were
analysed. Analysis of the experimental data shows that: (1) statistically significant changes in EEG
rhythms depend on modulation frequency of the microwave field; (2) microwave stimulation causes an
increase of the EEG energy level; (3) the effect is most intense at beta1 rhythm and higher modulation
frequencies. These findings confirm the quasi-thermal origin of the effect, different from average

Microwave radiation can change EEG rhythms

Defense contractor Raytheon has developed a smaller version of the ADS, the Silent Guardian. This
stripped-down model is primarily marketed for use by law enforcement agencies, the military and other
security providers. The system is operated and aimed with a joystick and aiming screen. The device can
be used for targets over 250 m away.[13]

Attached Document page 16 (Entire document is an excellent read; though proof that my
symptoms are microwave radiation induced rather than TMS/fMRI)

This project investigates cognitive activity and narrative in the context of persuasive
rhetoric in a multidisciplinary manner that significantly advances the knowledge base of
neuroscience, narrative studies, and social and cognitive psychology. A critical goal of the
project is to provide a precise understanding of the role narrative plays in encouraging
individuals to support or participate in political violence and be subject to extremist recruitment.
One key advantage of this proposal is the testing of the vertical integration paradigm that
can be used to investigate neural networks. This addresses TA 1 Sub-goal One, to develop new
and extend existing narrative theories. It also addresses TA 2 Sub-goal Two, Three, and Five,
understanding narrative impact on neurobiology of learning, memory, and identity; narrative
impact on neurobiology of emotion; and narrative impacts on neurobiological bases of theory of
In brief, participants will view a series of video vignettes that either map or do not map
local narratives onto a master narrative framework drawn from their religious affiliation
(Christian or Muslim). After viewing the local narrative video participants will either engage in
cognitive activity to identify with the narrative (i.e., self imagery designed to invite participants
to cast themselves in personal narrative, which engages theory of mind) or to evaluate the
message of narrative (i.e., semantic processing but not personal narrative mapping). Finally,
participants attitudes and behaviors will be measured to assess how vertical integration
influences beliefs and persuasion. This experimental paradigm can be implemented both inside
and outside of a multimodal neuroimaging environment to assess the effects of narrative on
attitudes and behavior and on brain functioning with high temporal (EEG) and spatial resolution
In Phase 1, we will quantitatively validate our narrative paradigm, record multi-modal
neuroimaging responses to narrative, and quantify behavioral outcomes. Using these multi-
modal imaging techniques will allow us to identify the network of brain regions (Narrative
Comprehension Network) as well as allow us to specify how it operates. This is necessary
because of confirmation bias that is inherent in brain imaging studies To accomplish this
outcome, we will employ neuroimaging techniques with high spatial (fMRI) and temporal (EEG)
In Phase 2, we will manipulate theoretically and empirically (from Phase 1) derived
aspects of narrative validity and transportation to influence vertical integration and persuasion,
with directed tests of the effects on neuropsychological processing.
In Phase 3, we will selectively alter aspects of narrative structure and brain functioning
via Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to induce or disrupt selective features of narrative
processing, to provide the strongest possible inferences about the operation of the Narrative
Comprehension Network. Nodes selected will be those that (a) can be accessed and safely
manipulated via TMS, and (b) occupy the most critical positions in the network, and (c) are
associated with the strongest effects in Phases I and II. This will help establish causal effects of
the network identified.
Overall, this research program will provide important insights into the emergence or support
of political violence and help clarify the role of strategic communication in mitigating it
(addressing TA 1 Sub-goal Two, to determine how narratives influence political violence). We
will accomplish these goals by integrating insights from a number of disciplines represented by
our research team.

Phase I: April 1, 2012 September 30, 2013 (anticipated start date)

Phase II: October 1, 2013 March 31, 2015
Phase III (optional): April 1, 2015 September 30, 2016

--Not used on me, but another remote directed energy weapon system