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Non-Lethal Weapons, Including Microwaves and Remote Viewing

Selected Websites

Casey Research: The Technological Evolution of Non-lethal Weaponry.

U.S. Department of Defense: Non-Lethal Weapons Program. Includes information on various branches of the armed forces.

International Remote Viewing Association. History of remote viewing and time-line, resources, events, PSI on-line test.

Selected Books

Alexander, John B. (2010) Future war: Non-lethal weapons in twenty-first-century warfare. McMillan, NY, NY.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Why are we doing this?  Are we the world's police force?  Emerging threats - Law enforcement - Electromagnetic weapons - Chemical options - Physical restraints - Low kinetic impact - Acoustics - Information warfare - Biology - Peace support operations - Technological sanctions - Strategic paralysis - Hostage/barricade situations - Limitations - Strategic implications - In opposition - Legal considerations –Winning
NOTE: From the publisher: “Non-lethal weapons are a pragmatic application of force, not a peace movement. Ranging from old rubber bullets and tear gas to exotic advanced systems that can paralyze a country, they are essential for the preservation of peace and stability. Future War explains exactly how non-lethal electromagnetic and pulsed-power weapons, the laser and tazer, chemical systems, computer viruses, ultrasound and infrasound, and even biological entities will be used to stop enemies. These are the weapons of the future.”
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Begich, Nick and Manning, Jeanne (2002) Angels don't play this HAARP: Advances in Tesla technology. Earthpulse Press, Anchorage, AK.
NOTE: From the publisher: “The U. S. Government has a new ground based "Star Wars" weapon which is being tested in the remote bush country of Alaska. This new system manipulates the environment, which can: Disrupt human mental processes. Jam all global communications systems. Change weather patterns over large areas. Interfere with wildlife migration patterns. Negatively affect your health. Unnaturally impact the Earth's upper atmosphere. The U.S. military calls its zapper HAARP (High-frequency Active Auroral Research Project). But this skybuster is not about the Northern Lights. This device will turn on lights never intended to be artificially manipulated. Their first target is the electrojet - a river of electricity that flows thousands of miles through the sky and down into the polar icecap. The electrojet will become a vibrating artificial antenna for sending electromagnetic radiation raining down on the earth. The U.S. military can then "X-ray" the earth and talk to submarines. But there's much more they can do with HAARP. This book reveals surprises from secret meetings"

Beyerer, Jürgen. (2007) Future security. KIT Scientific Publishing,  Karlsruhe, Germany
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Binhi, V. N. (2009) Electromagnetic mind control: Fact or fiction? A scientific view. Nova Science Publishers, NY, NY.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Foreword - Introduction -  Mind control -  Mind reading -  EM weapons -  Neurotechnologies -  Selecting literature -  Historical overview -  USA -  Russia -  Brain control -  Functional magnetic resonance imaging -  Magnetoencephalography -  Transcranial magnetic stimulation -  Standard magnetic stimulation -  Microwave auditory effect -  Brain wave monitoring -  Brain-machine interface -  Experimental grounds for EM mind control -  ELF MFs -  Geomagnetic fluctuations -  Microwave EMFs Neurological effects of EMFs -  Can superweak EM fields affect organisms? -  Submicron level of magnetoreception -  Magnetic field interaction with molecular target -  Non-equilibrium states and biological sensitivity to EMFs -  Discussion -  EM targeting -  Con arguments -  Pro arguments -  Beyond Science -  Limitations of the scientific method -  Reproducibility -  Conclusion
NOTE: From the publisher: “Written for a general audience, [this book] discusses the physics of and related scientific information on brain control using EM fields. It provides a balanced scientific viewpoint on the possibility of the effects of EM on the human brain and mind. The book considers: current methods of EM information extracting from and delivery into the human brain; general theoretical principles of EM field interactions with living objects; modern experiments, including neurological ones; the microwave hearing effect and technical limitations of the targeted exposure of humans to EM fields; methodological limitations regarding EM mind control.”

Brodeur, Paul (1989) Currents of death: Power lines, computer terminals, and the attempt to cover up their threat to your health. Simon and Schuster, NY, NY.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: An Unfunded Study - Early Warning - Speaking Out - Some Conflicts of Interest - Some Widely Accepted Risks - Retaliation - Obfuscation - In a Bind - The Electric Power Research Institute - The Workplace Connection - Partial Confirmation - Pioneer - Cover-up - Who Is My Enemy? Answering the Question - The Best Possible Face - A Grave Lack of Good Judgment - Under the Light Bulb - A Question of Promotion - Corroboration - The Electric Blanket Connection - Something Is Happening - Project ELF - Saving the Honeybees - Buried Heads - The Free Exchange of Thought - The Uncertainty Factor - Adverse Witness - Verdict - Not Readily Translatable - Testimony - Protest - Reason Not to Trust - Computer Terminals - A Unanimous Decision - The Expected Unexpected - Anyone Who’s Paranoid - An Ocean of Denial - Benign Neglect - The Spanish Connection - The Twisting Stage - In Front of Every Nose - Ignoring the Evidence - Trail Blazing - A Walk in the Sun - Watchdog – Assessment
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Casey-Masien, Stuart, Ed. (2114) Weapons under international human rights law. Cambridge University Press, NY, NY.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: The use of firearms in law enforcement / Stuart Casey-Maslen - The use of 'less-lethal' weapons in law enforcement / Abi Dymond and Neil Corney - Crowd management, crowd control, and riot control / Stuart Casey-Maslen - The use of weapons in custodial centres / Silvia Suteu - The use of weapons in counterpiracy / Alice Priddy - Weapons and armed non-state actors / Andrew Clapham - The use of weapons in peace operations / Nigel White - The use of weapons in armed conflict / Stuart Casey-Maslen and Sharon Weill - The use of weapons and jus ad bellum / Stuart Casey-Maslen - Cyberattacks and international human rights law / David P. Fidler - The use of riot control agents in law enforcement / Michael Crowley - The use of incapacitants in law enforcement / Michael Crowley - The use of armed drones / Stuart Casey-Maslen - The review of weapons under international humanitarian and human rights law / Stuart Casey-Maslen, Abi Dymond and Neil Corney - Arms transfers and international human rights law / Annyssa Bellal - Implications for arms acquisitions of economic, social, and cultural rights / Gilles Giacca and Tahmina Karimova – Weapons and the human rights responsibilities of multinational corporations / Ralph Steinhardt - Remedies and reparations / Megan Burke and Loren Persi-Vicentic - Existing and future weapons and weapons systems
NOTE: From the publisher: "International human rights law offers an overarching international legal framework to help determine the legality of the use of any weapon, as well as its lawful supply. It governs acts of States and non-State actors alike. In doing so, human rights law embraces international humanitarian law regulation of the use of weapons in armed conflict and disarmament law, as well as international criminal justice standards. In situations of law enforcement (such as counterpiracy, prisons, ordinary policing, riot control, and many peace operations), human rights law is the primary legal frame of reference above domestic criminal law. This important and timely book draws on all aspects of international weapons law and proposes a new view on international law governing weapons. Also included is a specific discussion on armed drones and cyberattacks, two highly topical issues in international law and international relations.”
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Davison, Neil. (2009) 'Non-lethal' weapons. Palgrave Macmillan
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction – ‘Non-lethal' weapons in the 1990s - The contemporary development of 'non-lethal' weapons - Chemical and biochemical weapons - Directed energy weapons - Acoustic weapons - Conclusion
NOTE: From the publisher: “This book provides an up-to-date analysis of the development and deployment of non-lethal weapons by police and military organizations. It reviews the key technologies, issues, and dangers, with particular attention to the development of drugs, lasers, microwaves, and acoustics as incapacitating weapons.”

Goodman, Steve. (2010) Sonic warfare: Sound, affect, and the ecology of fear. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1998 A Conceptual Event - 2001 What Is Sonic Warfare? 2400 - 1400 BC Project Jericho -  1946 Sonic Dominance - 1933 Abusing the Military Entertainment Complex - 403 - 221 BC The Logistics of Deception - 1944 The Ghost Army - 1842 Sonic Effects - 1977 A Sense of the Future - 1913 The Art of War in the Art of Noise - 1989 Apocalypse Then - 1738 Bad Vibrations - 1884 Dark Precursor - 1999 Vibrational Anarchitecture - 137 Billion BC The Ontology of Vibrational Force - 1931 Rhythmanalysis - 1900 The Vibrational Nexus - 1929 Throbs of Experience - 1677 Ecology of Speeds - 9950 BC Rhythm out of Noise - 1992 The Throbbing Crowd - 1993 Vorticist Rhythmachines - 1946 Virtual Vibrations - 2012 Artificial Acoustic Agencies - 1877 Capitalism and Schizophonia - 1976 Outbreak - 1971 The Earworm - 2025 Déjà Entendu - 1985 Dub Virology - 1928 Contagious Orality - 2020 Planet of Drums - 2003 Contagious Transmission - 2039 Holosonic Control - Conclusion Unsound: The Sub Politics of Frequency
NOTE: From the publisher: "By insisting on the primacy of vibration in the nexus of sound, affect, and power, Sonic Warfare charts a transdisciplinary micropolitics of frequency that breaks with the orthodoxies of phenomenology and cultural studies and triumphantly succeeds in immersing us in the present of viral capitalism, pirate media, and asymmetric warfare. This book is rigorous, affirmative, sober, and pitiless: in its ambition, its purpose and its passion, it is nothing short of a breakthrough for contemporary sonic thought."
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Kane, Beverly, Millay, Jean, and Brown, Dean Harold, Eds. Silver threads: 25 years of parapsychology research. Praeger Publishers/Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, CT.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Nature of personal belief systems - Dream ESP experiments and geomagnetic activity - Decade of remote-viewing research - Longitudinal comparison of local and long-distance remote-perception phenomena - Exploring the visionary experience - Energy - Quantum reality and consciousness - Time, consciousness, and Psi - Theoretical model of the remote-perception phenomenon - Hyperspace reflections - Psychoneuroimmunology : the bridge between science and spirit - Human volitional effects on a model bacterial system - Evolution of consciousness intertwined with the evolution of the science of plants - Consciously creating conscious states - Alternate states of consciousness - Firewalking - PK on the PC: a Macintosh PK event-generator based on the Princeton engineering anomalies research experiments -  Brainwave synchronization
NOTE: From the publisher: “Silver Threads shows consciousness studies in the context of scholarly investigation and liberal thinking. It was written to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Parapsychology Research Group. However, the subject matter is not confined to parapsychology; the volume is, more generally, a collection of essays on and experiments in consciousness. It includes theoretical material on the philosophy of science and experimental reports. Many of the contributors are recognized as outstanding original researchers in the field of parapsychology, such as Targ, Honorton, Tart, Harman, Krippner, and Grof. The contributors conclude that: (1) psychic phenomena are genuine and can be subject to scientific investigation; (2) science is changing to adapt to new categories of phenomena, including those which are considered paranormal; and (3) paranormal function is an innate human ability that everyone possesses and uses.”
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Koplow, David A. (2006) Non-lethal weapons: The law and policy of revolutionary technologies for the military and law enforcement. Cambridge University Press, NY, NY.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Introduction - The world of non-lethal weapons - The law of non-lethal weapons - The FBI and the Davidians at Waco in 1993 - The United Nations and the Rwandan genocide in 1994 -  The Peruvians and Tupac Amaru in Lima in 1996–97 - The Russians and the Chechens in Moscow in 2002 - The British and the Iraqis in Basra in 2003 - Cautionary considerations - Recommendations and conclusions.
NOTE: From the publisher: “lethal weapons carry both immense promise and grave risks: they expand the power of law enforcement and military units, enabling them to accomplish assigned missions with greater finesse and reduced casualties. But they may also be misused - increasing maligned applications and inspiring leaders to over-rely upon a myth of 'bloodless combat'. This book explores the emerging world of non-lethal weapons by examining a series of case studies - recent real-world scenarios from five confrontations around the world where the availability of a modern arsenal might have made a difference.”
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Leonard, Barry, Ed. (2002, amended in 2010) U.S. Department of Defense dictionary of military terms. DIANE Publishing, Darby, PA
NOTE: From the publisher: “This is a print-on-demand edition of a hard to find publication. This dictionary sets forth standard U.S. military and associated terminology to encompass the joint activity of the Armed Forces of the United States in both U.S. joint and allied joint operations, as well as to encompass the Department of Defense (DoD) as a whole. These military and associated terms, together with their definitions, constitute approved DoD terminology for general use by all components of the DoD. The Sec. of Defense has directed the use of this dictionary throughout the DoD to ensure standardization of military and associated terminology.”
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Lewer, Nick, Ed. (2002) The future of non-lethal weapons: Technologies, operations, ethics, and law. Routledge, NY, NY.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: An overview of the future of non-lethal weapons / John Alexander - Non-lethal weapons and international law: Three perspectives on the future / David P. Fidler - The revolution in military affairs debate and non-lethal weapons / Gerrard Quille - Towards an understanding of non-lethality / Brian Rappert - The role of sub-lethal weapons in human rights abuse / Steve Wright - Future police operations and non-lethal weapons / Jorma Jusilla - Operationalizing non-lethality: a Northern Ireland perspective / Colin Burrows - Non-lethal weapons technologies: the case for independent scientific analysis / Jürgen Altmann - Perspectives and implications for the proliferation of non-lethal weapons in the context of contemporary conflict, security interests and arms control / Nick Lewer and Tobias Feaking - Non-lethal weapons: R²IPE for armos controle measure? / Victor Wallace - Future incapacitating chemical agents: the impact of genomics / Malcolm Dando.
NOTE: From the publisher: “Topics for discussion in this volume include: an overview of the future of non-lethal weapons; emerging non-lethal technologies; military and police operational deployment of non-lethal weapons; a scientific evaluation of the effectiveness of non-lethal weapons; changes in international law needed to take into account non-lethal technologies; developments in genomics leading to new chemical incapacitants; implications for arms control and proliferation; the role of non-lethal weapons in human rights abuses; conceptual, theoretical and analytical perspectives on the nature of non-lethal weapons development.”
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Lin, J.C. (1978) Microwave auditory effects and applications. Thomas, Springfield, IL.
NOTE: From the publisher: Devoted exclusively to "microwave hearing." Dr. Lin is the foremost expert on microwave hearing, and his theory of thermoelastic expansion is, to date, the accepted theory. Dr. Lin reportedly set up the equipment whereby Major Sharp heard "words" via a microwave audiogram.
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Marrs, Jim. (2008) Psi Spies: The True Story of America's Psychic Warfare Program New Page Books, Franklin Lakes, NJ.
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McLean, Lyn. (2011) The force: Living safely in a world of electromagnetic pollution. Scribe Publications, Carlton North, Victoria, Australia.
NOTE: From the publisher: “This book shows us why electro-pollution is among the most important health issues of our time. Examining research from around the world, she explains how and why we are all at risk and offers practical, easy-to-understand advice for homeowners, parents, and employees wanting to reduce their exposure at home and in the workplace.”
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McMoneagle, Joe. (1993) Mind trek. Hampton Roads Pub, Norfolk, VA.
NOTE: An autobiography of one of the first military/CIA remote viewers.  From the publisher: “Remote Viewing (RV) is the ability to perceive and describe detailed information about a remote place, person, or thing -- regardless of the normal boundaries of time and space. For over 25 years it has represented the cutting edge of research into the powers of the mind. Mind Trek provides us with insight into new perceptions and realities and gives us an understanding of how to deal with the doubts and fears of the RV learning process. By showing the effects research has had on the author as a subject, it points to consciousness as the ultimate time-machine and the mind as the gateway to human creativity. It also establishes our own clear responsibility for the design of our future.”

Morehouse, David. (1998) Psychic warrior: The true story of America's foremost psychic spy and the cover-up of the CIA's top-secret Stargate program. St. Martin’s Press, NY, NY.
=TABLE OF CONTENTS: Prologue - The Dawn - The Bullet - The Selection - The Training - The Changeling - The Decision - The Fall - The Rebirth - Epilogue  - Points Of Departure
=NOTE: From the publisher: David Morehouse - A highly decorated, exemplary Army officer, special operations infantryman, and elite Airborne Ranger Company Commander…. Stargate - For nearly two decades, the United States military intelligence community delved into the dark world of psychic espionage, recruiting a team of psychic spies to serve as "remote viewers," individuals who used their paranormal gifts to transcend time and space and uncover the highly guarded military secrets of other nations.”

National Research Council. (2003) An assessment of non-lethal weapons science and technology. National Academies Press, Washington, D.C.
NOTE: From the publisher: “Events of the last few years including the attack on the USS Cole have raised ideas about the role NLWs can play in enhancing support to naval forces. In particular to what extent and in what areas should Department of the Navy (DoN) -sponsored science and technology (S&T) provide a research base for developing NLW capabilities? To assist with this question and to evaluate the current NLWs program, the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD) and the Office of Naval Research (ONR) requested the National Research Council perform an assessment of NLWs science and technology.”
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National Security Research, Inc. (2002) Department of Defense non-lethal weapons and equipment review: A Research guide for civil law enforcement and corrections.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction - DoD NL/LTL Equipment Selection Process - DoD Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program - Organizational Structure – Purpose - Defining Non-Lethal Weapons -Non-Lethal Weapons Core Capabilities and Functional Areas - United States Army Non-Lethal Weapons Program - United States Marine Corps Non-Lethal Weapons Program - United States Navy Non-Lethal Weapons Program - United States Air Force Non-Lethal Weapons Program - United States Special Operations Command - United States Coast Guard Non-Lethal Weapons Program - Civil Law Enforcement Less-Than-Lethal Weapons - Summary - Appendices: Department of Defense Non-Lethal Weapons and Equipment - United  States Coast Guard Weapons and Equipment - Civil Law Enforcement Less-Than-Lethal Weapons and Equipment - Glossary and Terms
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Petersen, Julie. K. (2012) Handbook of surveillance technologies. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction & Overview - ACOUSTIC SURVEILLANCE: Audio Infra/Ultrasound  - Sonar  - ELECTROMAGNETIC SURVEILLANCE: Radio  - Radar -  Infrared  - Visual  - Aeria -l -  Ultraviolet -  X-Rays  - CHEMICAL & BIOLOGICAL SURVEILLANCE: Chemical & Biological -  Biometrics  - Animals  - Genetics  - MISCELLANEOUS SURVEILLANCE: Magnetic  - Cryptologic - Computers
NOTE: From the publisher: “From officially sanctioned, high-tech operations to budget spy cameras and cell phone video, this updated and expanded edition of a bestselling handbook reflects the rapid and significant growth of the surveillance industry. The Handbook of Surveillance Technologies, Third Edition is the only comprehensive work to chronicle the background and current applications of the full-range of surveillance technologies—offering the latest in surveillance and privacy issues. Over 950 illustrations. Covers the full spectrum of surveillance systems, including: Radar • Sonar • RF/ID • Satellite • Ultraviolet • Infrared • Biometric • Genetic • Animal • Biochemical • Computer • Wiretapping • Audio • Cryptologic • Chemical • Biological • X-Ray • Magnetic
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Smith, Paul (2005) Reading the enemy's mind: Inside Star Gate: America's psychic espionage program. Macmillan, NY, NY.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Army Operations Group - Tour Guide to the Twilight Zone - Recruitment - Reluctant Warrior - SRI - Remote Viewing - What They Discovered - Gondola Wish to Center Lane - Outbounder - The Monroe Institute - Ingo - Structure - Stage 1 - The Rusty Nail - The Big Apple - Sharpening the Ax - Stage 2 - Stage 3 - Stage 6 - New Home - Operational - Transitions - Mole - Mixed Results - Lawyers Drugs and Money - Desert Storm - Coming Apart at the Seams - Everything Melts into AIR - Remote Viewing Hijacked - The End of the Beginning
NOTE: From the publisher: “From behind the cloak of US military secrecy comes the story of Star Gate, the project that for nearly a quarter of a century trained soldiers and civilian spies in extra-sensory perception (ESP). Their objective: To uncover the secrets of America’s enemies using a skill called “remote viewing.” Assigned to the remote viewing unit in 1983 at a pivotal time in its history, Army Major Paul H. Smith served there for the rest of the decade, witnessing and taking part in many of the seminal national-security crises of the twentieth century. Now for the first time since the Star Gate secrets have been declassified and the program mothballed by the CIA, the complete story can now be told of the every-day soldiers who were drafted onto this battlefield of human consciousness. From the program's victories such as finding hostages in Lebanon to tracking foreign testing of weapons of mass destruction to unrelenting attempts from within and without to destroy the program, the history of the Star Gate program is extraordinary.”
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Schnabel, Jim. (1997) Remote viewers: The secret history of America's psychic spies. Dell. NY, NY.
NOTE: Pulls together all the available information about the military remote viewing programs which have been publicized since the fall of 1995. Lots of personal interviews. From the publisher: “Remote Viewers is a tale of the Pentagon's attempts to develop the perfect tool for espionage: psychic spies. These psychic spies, or "remote viewers," were able to infiltrate any target, elude any form of security, and never risk scratch. For twenty years, the government selected civilian and military personnel for psychic ability, trained them, and put them to work, full-time, at taxpayers' expense, against real intelligence targets. The results were so astonishing that the program soon involved more than a dozen separate agencies, including the CIA, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the National Security Council, the FBI, the National Security Agency, the Secret Service, the Navy, the Army, the Air Force, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Drug Enforcement Agency, the US Customs Service, the US Special Forces Command, and at least one Pentagon drug-interaction task force. Most of this material is still officially classified.”
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Subcommittee on Military Procurement United States Congress Committee on Armed Services House. (1999) Protection equipment and counter measure devices: Congressional hearing.

Targ, Russell and Puthoff, Harold. (2005) Mind reach: scientists look at psychic abilities. Hampton Road Pub, Charlottesville, VA.
NOTE: From the publisher: “Originally published by Delacorte, Mind-Reach is the book that led to the U. S. Army’s psychic spy program and the subsequent prominence of remote viewing. The protocols that physicists Targ and Puthoff developed at the Stanford Research Institute are still in use today and have proven again and again in laboratory settings that psychic ability is universal. Targ is the author of three recent books with New World Library: Limitless Mind, The Heart of the Mind, and Miracles of Mind.”
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Thomas, Marshall G. (2007) Monarch: The new Phoenix program.
NOTE: From the publisher: “The Phoenix Program, assassinating suspected VC sympathizers in a systematic manner, worked well and is the blueprint for the current black op targeting thousands of loyal Americans using state of the art microwave (MW) and radio frequency radiation (RFR) weapons. The motivation to suppress domestic dissidents and to assassinate loyal American opposition stems from the perception of dissent against the war as treason. This philosophy is stated very clearly in the MindWar paper written by NSA General Aquino. The DOD has a huge stake in futuristic technology that kills by ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, leaving little or no trace. The indiscriminant killing of the Phoenix Program continues on American soil. The terms soft kill, slow kill and silent kill refer to the new way of killing the enemy in conflicts short of war and the small wars of the future. The counterinsurgency doctrine has now been applied to the home front, so that the perceived betrayal of the military in Vietnam will not be repeated. The generation of CIA and military intelligence led by Shackley, Helms, Casey, Abrams, Singlaub, Secord, John B. Alexander, Michael Aquino, Paul Vallely, and others have built the perfect beast, using selective assassination that leaves no trace. The ability to cull the human herd with Silent Kill technology allows a few personalities to remake the entire society in their own image.”
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Thuery, Jacques. (1992) Translated from French by Camelia Gabriel. Microwaves: Industrial, scientific and medical applications. Artech House, Boston, MA. and London, England.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Part I: "Microwaves", Part II: "Industrial Applications", Part III: "Applications in the Food Industry", Part IV: "Biological Effects and Medical Applications
NOTE: For the serious microwave scientist and investigator. Includes material on auditory perception, blood brain barrier, pearl chain formations, central nervous system, microwave drying, basic interaction with cell membranes, psychophysiology, bioelectric vibrations, hyperthermia for cancer treatment and a lot more, including d'Arsonval and his higher frequency treatments for illness (with pictures).

Updated 7/10/2014


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