DNA Tracking: Hearing Voices The Hidden History of the CIA’s Electromagnetic Mind-Control Experiments

9 05 2021

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From Dick Clippings via Climate Viewer –

Hearing Voices

At Bien Hoa Hospital, SEI teams had implanted electrodes in the skulls of Vietcong prisoners of war in experimental attempts to direct the behavior of brain-wired subjects by remote control.

Man Hallucinates, Says Microwaves Are Murdering Him,” reported the March 21, 1979, edition of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner. The subject of the article, electronics engineer Leonard Kille, claimed his brain had been destroyed in mind-control experiments by CIA-sponsored psychiatrists Vernon Mark of Boston City Hospital and UCLA’s Frank Ervin.

Kille was a co-inventor of the Land camera, named for Edwin Land of the Polaroid Corporation. A veteran researcher in government-sponsored mind-control programs, Land had founded the Scientific Engineering Institute (SEI) on behalf of the CIA. In July 1968 at South Vietnam’s Bien Hoa Hospital, SEI teams had implanted electrodes in the skulls of Vietcong prisoners of war in…

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10 05 2021

After reading this, I recall reading about them doing that to a monkey.

Sounds like an early version of what Klaus Schwab is proposing: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2021/05/10/klaus-schwab-world-economic-forum-2016-interview-discussing-robot-butlers-microchip-implants-in-clothing-under-skin-in-brain/

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10 05 2021

and… just in time:
China Boasts Lead in 6G Internet Technology Development Race


10 05 2021

Amazon rolls out ‘pay-by-palm’ in New York City Go Store that lets customers purchase items with a simple wave of a hand

  • The system allows customers to pay by waving their palm over a special scanner
  • Amazon says scans are kept on the cloud, not the scanners, and users can delete their One account at any time



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