Anyone who thinks someone isn't watching, listening to
and constantly plotting to control the minds of the masses might be
shocked to view the following list of patents by a string of inventors
who apparently found a variety of ways to do it all.
The problem: which devices will be chosen, and when
were they put in service. Notice that many of these patents are 20 to
30 years old.
The list was sent to me by a reader who noted that it
was marked Top Secret, and the patent list was to be removed from
public domain. Of course the list immediately ended up on the Internet.
In the chance that the list is bogus, I did a search on
the patent names and numbers. They came up as legitimate invention
ideas being hawked, sometimes by their inventors, on line. Most
commonly they were in lists of mind control devices. Beyond that, I
have no reason to verify or deny them as factual. Click on the
highlighted search links and decide for yourself.
Do they work?
What other explanation do we have for the masses
following George W. Bush into an attack on Iraq like they did, with few
questions asked? What other reason do we have for the people taking the
Bush Supreme Court appointment over Al Gore to the presidency, even
though most voters chose Gore in 2000?
This list ought to alarm everybody. I am betting it doesn't.
Silent Subliminal Presentation System,
US Patent #5,159,703, Oliver Lowery, October 27, 1992. A silent
communications system in which non-aural carriers in the very low or
very high audio-frequency range, or in the adjacent ultrasonic
frequency spectrum, are amplitude-modulated with the desired
intelligence and propagated acoustically or vibrationally for
inducement into the brain.
US Patent #4,877,027, Wayne Brunkan, October 31, 1989. A method for
directly inducing sound into the head of a person, using microwaves in
the range of 100 MHz to 10,000 MHz, modulated with a waveform of
frequency- modulated bursts.
US Patent #3,568,347, Andrew Flanders, February 23, 1971. A system for
producing aural psychological disturbances and partial deafness in the
enemy during combat situations.
Method and System for Altering Consciousness,
US Patent #5,123,899, James Gall, June 23, 1992. A system for altering
the states of human consciousness involving the use of simultaneous
application of multiple stimuli, preferably sounds, having differing
Subliminal Message Generator,
US Patent #5,270,800, Robert Sweet, December 14, 1993. A combined
subliminal and supraliminal message generator for use with a television
receiver; permits complete control of subliminal messages and their
presentation. Also applicable to cable television and computers.
US Patent #4,717,343,
Alan Densky, January 5, 1988. A method of conditioning a person's
unconscious mind in order to effect desired change in the person's
behavior, and which does not require the services of a trained
Ultrasonic Speech Translator and Communication System,
US Patent #5,539,705, M. A. Akerman, Curtis Ayers, Howard Haynes, July
23, 1996. A wireless communication system, undetectable by
radio-frequency methods, for converting audio signals, including human
voice, to electronic signals in the ultrasonic frequency range,
transmitting the ultrasonic signal by way of acoustic pressure waves
across a carrier medium, including gases, liquids and solids, and
reconverting the ultrasonic acoustic pressure waves back to the
original audio signal. This invention was made
with government support under Contract DE-ACO5-840R2l400, awarded by
the US Department of Energy to Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc.
Nervous System Excitation Device,
US Patent #3,393,279, Gillis Patrick Flanagan, July 16, 1968. A method
of transmitting audio information via a radio frequency signal
modulated with the audio info through electrodes placed on the
subject's skin, causing the sensation of hearing the audio information
in the brain.
Method and System for Simplifying Speech Waveforms,
US Patent #3,647,970, G. Patrick Flanagan, March 7, 1972. A complex
speech waveform is simplified so that it can be transmitted directly
through earth or water as a waveform and understood directly or after
Means for Aiding Hearing,
US Patent #2,995,633, Henry Puharich and Joseph Lawrence, August 8,
1961. Means for converting audible signals to electrical signals and
conveying them to viable nerves of the facial system.
US Patent #4,858,612, Philip Stocklin, August 22, 1989. A method and
apparatus for simulation of hearing in mammals by introduction of a
plurality of microwaves into the regions of the auditory cortex.