Psychological Operations (PSYOPS), or as the military likes to call them now, Military Information Support Operations, are a very real part of war, and there is an entire division within the Department of Defense dedicated to them. While the U.S. government likes to claim PSYOPs are only launched against enemies in foreign countries, that couldn’t be any further from the truth.
Such PSYOPS include planting false news stories and setting up patsies and then arresting them minutes before they were supposedly about to set off a bomb in order to continue spreading a climate of fear in America to justify the continued invasion of privacy and erosion of Civil Liberties. But military insiders don’t think fake news stories, propaganda pieces, and false flag attacks are enough to accomplish their goals, and so they have added some truly Orwellian and sadistic plans to their PSYOP toolbox.
A Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army named Michael Aquino, an admitted Satanist by the way, wrote a report for the Department of Defense in 1980 titled “From PSYOP to MindWar” that proposed using psychotronic weapons against the American public in order to alter people’s brainwaves, thus altering their mood to coincide with government propaganda that was being broadcast.
Infrasound vibration (up to 20Hz) can subliminally influence brain activity to align itself to delta, theta, alpha, or beta wave patterns, inclining an audience toward everything from alertness to passivity. Infrasound could be used tactically, as ELF-waves endure for great distances; and it could be used in conjunction with media broadcasts as well.
So, basically, Lieutenant Colonel Aquino proposed “zapping” American citizens with invisible radio waves in order to make the public anxious or lethargic, depending on how the government wanted to the public to feel at the time, and use this weapon, as he said, “in conjunction with media broadcasts.” This gives a whole new meaning to term “wearing a tin foil hat.”
It’s certainly reasonable to believe, with the long history of illegal, inhuman, and bizarre government experiments known to have been carried out in the past, that the device he described has been built and tested to determine its effectiveness. It is equally disturbing to learn that the United States government has a patent for a device that can literally make people hear voices that seem as if they’re coming from within their own head.
In 2002, patent number 6,470,214 was awarded to the U.S. government for a device designed to, “induce a thermal-acoustic signal in the bone/tissue material of the head that replicates the input audio signal and is conducted by the bone/tissue structure of the head to the inner ear, where it is demodulated by the normal processes of the cochlea and converted to nerve signals, which are sent to the brain, thereby enabling intelligible speech to be perceived by the brain.” In other words, you can’t tell where the sound is coming from, and it appears to originate from within your own head!
Another patent filed by the U.S. government (#4,877,027) a decade earlier, in 1988, details plans for a “microwave voice device” that also “beams” voices into people’s heads. The abstract for this patent reads:
Sound is induced in the head of a person by radiating the head with microwaves in the range of 100 megahertz to 10,000 megahertz that are modulated with a particular waveform. The waveform consists of frequency-modulated bursts. Each burst is made up of ten to twenty uniformly spaced pulses grouped tightly together. The burst width is between 500 nanoseconds and 100 microseconds. The pulse width is in the range of 10 nanoseconds to 1 microsecond. The bursts are frequency modulated by the audio input to create the sensation of hearing in the person, whose head is irradiated.
One has to wonder whether some of the people who have claimed to hear voices were test subjects of this kind of device. In 2007, the Washington Post published an article about people who hear voices and think they’ve been targeted by the government as part of some experiment, and the reporter had to admit, “They may be crazy, but the Pentagon has pursued a weapon that can do just that.”
Many people are understandably suspicious and wonder whether cell phone towers or satellites are capable of emitting these kinds of radio waves to secretly target millions of people at once. The plot of Batman Forever (1995) involved Riddler (played by Jim Carrey) incorporating a device that does something similar to this into people’s cable boxes so he could take control of their minds. “Soon my little box will be on countless TVs around the world … for if knowledge is power—then a God am I,” he boasts.
While most of the audience thought it was just a sci-fi fantasy plot in a movie, the scary reality is that mind-reading technology is very real. In Batman Forever, the device allowed Riddler to read people’s minds by remotely accessing and decoding their brain’s activities, which is now possible with the advancement of what’s called fMRI scanners, which are able to read a person’s mind and can determine whether or not a person has seen something or been somewhere. A woman in India was convicted of murder in 2008 largely due to a brain scan that determined she had “experiential knowledge” of the murder scene.
Multiple companies are developing lie detector apps for smartphones that analyze people’s voice patterns and facial expressions in order to determine someone’s honesty or emotions. One company developing such systems even admitted these products are, “going to cause some worries for people.” This technology will not only have dramatic social implications if everyone in the future will be carrying around a lie detector, but massive legal implications as well. The Fifth Amendment in the Constitution is supposed to ensure that people have the right to remain silent and protects them from having to incriminate one’s self, but if mind-reading machines and lie detectors become as common as smartphones in the future, this protection will be virtually impossible to uphold and we will be in a Brave New World.
 Fox Business Channel Show Freedom Watch “The FBI Creates, Then ‘Foils’ Terror Plots. False Flags Exposed by Judge Napolitano”.
 Aquino, Michael. From PSYOP to MindWar, p. 10.
 US 6470214 B1 Method and device for implementing the radio frequency hearing effect.
 The Washington Post, “Mind Games” by Sharon Weinberger (January 14, 2007).
 Wired, “The Brain Police: Judging Murder with an MRI” by Angela Saini (May 27, 2009).
 Reason, “Brain Scans Used to Convict Woman of Murder in India” by Ronald Bailey (September 15, 2008).
 The Washington Post, “What Happens When Your Friend’s Smartphone Can Tell That You’re Lying” by Gary Shapiro (October 31, 2014).
 The Telegraph, “‘Face Scanning’ Technology to be Used by Employers, Politicians and in Shops” by Christopher Williams (March 6, 2015).