Randomized studies with nanomaterials that alter consciousness ,emotion behavior and transcription of acquired brain signals. Psycho Cybernetic and Psycho Socio studies using transcribed Neural Data as basis for renditions i.e. interface upon a subject's psyche with pertinent or punitive synthesized signal that the receiver /sender sees fit to impart upon the subject's entrained brain .In most cases this technology is most effective if the rendition is based upon the subject's own fears /humiliations and threshold based upon the subject's own unique collected Neural Data
whereas the targeted individuals may experience: -
a). Microwave hearing, torture with loud noise.
b). Visual hallucinations, artificial dreams.
c). Reading thoughts, retrieving memories.
d). Manipulation of thoughts, will, emotions, desires and perceptions.
e). Manipulation of human behavior: forced speech, involuntary body movements, transmission of specific commands into the subconscious, compulsory execution of these commands
f). Debilitation of mental acuity, loss of memory.
g). Sleep deprivation or uncontrollable sleep
h). Cramps, spasms, excruciating artificial pain in any part of the body, manipulation of body systems, including heart attacks and other serious medical conditions.
2. Some victims are subject to harassment and organized stalking in their communities, some victims receive false psychiatric diagnosis and in addition become victims of the systems, from which they are seeking help (medical institutions and law enforcement).
Books and articles regarding electronic weapons, body and mind augment technologies
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