Tuesday, June 23, 2015

introduction to microwave technology -Auschwitz

1944- during the final year of the war in Europe, the Germans installed and operated state- of-the-art high frequency facilities at Auschwitz to kill disease-bearing lice and other pests. These expensive installations, installed in response to the high death rate wrought by disease, worked on the same principle as the familiar microwave appliances widely used today in households around the world.  French researcher Jean-Claude Pressac briefly mentioned this remarkable disinfestation facility in his 1994 book about the crematories of Auschwitz. Also, French revisionist scholar Robert Faurisson, in an essay published in 1995, cited the testimony of former Auschwitz inmate Marc Klein, first published in 1946, about "short wave delousing" at Auschwitz. But the first qualified and detailed look at this subject appeared in two lengthy articles published in 1998 issues of the German-language revisionist quarterly, Viirteljahreshefte fiir freie Geschichtsfor- schung, edited by Germar Rudolf. These articles were based primarily on documents buried in the voluminous collection of wartime German records that were seized by Soviet forces in 1945. For more than half a century these important historical records lay forgotten in Moscow's central archives.

1974-it is feasible to manipulate human behavior with  devices using microwave frequencies adjusted in such a manner to cause a person or persons exposed to such directed energy to hear sound inside his or her head to convince the human being they are either mentally ill or "communing" with outside forces nobody but the  individual targeted for such inducement can nor is meant to hear, Further development of this technology we hope  can also  instigate incitement of phosphenes in the target's visual cortex  as new ways of manipulating all aspects  of human perception ,cognitions and emotions emerge.

"Microwave pulses appear to couple to the central nervous system and produce stimulation similar to
electric stimulation unrelated to heat". Remotely pulsed electromagnetic frequencies pulses can be directed to  efflux calcium ions in the human organism cells ," Ross Adey,**** "and therefore  interfere with a target's concentration on complex tasks.
1982-    "While initial attention should be toward degradation of
human performance through thermal loading and electromagnetic field effects,
subsequent work should address the possibilities of directing and interrogating mental
functioning, using externally applied fields"- R.Becker,***** 

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