Remote neural monitoring and interference using electromagnetic waves via RADAR / conventional transmitters

 

 

 

Remote neural monitoring (RNM) / remote EEG using microwaves/radiowaves demonstrated experimentally in the rat

 

Li X.P. et al (2014) demonstrated experimentally in the rat that neuronal activation can be sensed/monitored using an RF/microwave frequency as its phase change, which varies with permittivity in the examined brain site. The variation frequency of the RF electromagnetic wave was correlated with the EEG and the dominant variation frequency of the RF was identical with the dominant EEG frequency, as determined by the spectral density analysis (Fourier transform).

 

Use of temporal interference for brain stimulation / activation - Neurons follow the frequency of the interference pattern

 
Reading notes from (Grossman N. et al 2017) published in the Cell journal 
 
In the context of electrostimulation, if two electric fields of high frequencies differing by a small amount are applied to the brain and the resulting interference pattern, i.e. their envelope modulation frequency, corresponding to their difference is within a certain frequency range, the neurons will be able to follow it. The notion is similar to demodulation by the neurons. The neural membrane acts similarly to a low-pass filter and as a result neural electrical activity cannot follow a very high frequency oscillating electric field superior to 1000 Hz (Hutcheon and Yarom, 2000).
 
Grossman N. et al report in their study published in the Cell journal that they used inteferential stimulation with two sinusoids, 2.01 KHz and 2 KHz, resulting in a a ΔEq envelope frequency of 10 Hz which recruited neurons to fire at 10 Hz, exactly like direct 10 Hz stimulation which would be expected to affect neural activity significantly (Miranda et al., 2013).
 
The amplitude of the envelope modulation at a specific point is determined by the vectorial sum of the two applied field vectors at that point and as a result it can have a maximum at a distant location in the brain, away from the electrodes, even deep in the brain. By altering the positions of the electrodes, the location of the envelope modulation peak could be steered within the tissue. Similarly, by changing the current ratio of the electrodes, the peak could be moved towards the electrode with the less current.
 
It was proven that a peak envelope modulation of 10 Hz was accomplished at a deep site, with lower envelope modulation amplitudes in more superficial structures. The researchers could activate the hippocampus without also recruiting the overlying cortex. Also by steering the envelope peak, it was possible to activate different motor cortex functional features as demonstrated by the induced motor patterns in mice (movement of forepaws, whiskers, and ears).
 
In conclusion, temporal interferential stimulation allows to steer the stimulation target without changing the position of the electrodes, only by altering the current intensity delivered to each electrode. In this way, deep brain structures can be stimulated without effect on neighboring locations.

 

 

 

 

 

Remote neural monitoring (remote EEG) and brain interference patented for RADAR / conventional transmitters in the 1970s

 

The Malech patent: https://patents.google.com/patent/US3951134

 

Antenna sends two electromagnetic waves e.g. of 100 and 210 MHz and the incident on the brain interference wave of 110 MHz is modulated by the brain electric activity and backscattered to antenna.

 

Remotely monitoring brain activity and remotely affecting brain activity by electromagnetic transmission


Use of "closed loop compensating system permits instantaneous and continuous modification of the brain wave response pattern"

 

(Reading notes from patent)


High frequency transmitters of conventional type commonly employed in RADAR systems can be operated to transmit two electromagnetic frequencies in the typical range of 1 MHz to 40 GHz through one or two antennas towards the subject. The two frequencies e.g. of 100 and 210 MHz penetrate the head and impinge upon the brain where they interfere or mix (conventional mixing process) to yield an interference wave with a frequency of 110 MHz corresponding to the difference in frequencies of the two incident components. The interference waveform is modulated by the brain electrical activity with each section of the brain having a different modulatory action. The brain may modulate the amplitude, frequency and/or phase of the interference waveform. Certain of these parameters may be more sensitive to specific brain functions.

 

A quantity of the modulated interference wave of 110 MHz is backscattered and is picked up by an antenna at a remote station. The received quantity can be controlled, within limits, by adjusting the absolute and relative intensities of the signals transmitted to the brain without surpassing health safety limitations. At the remote station, demodulation of amplitude, frequency and/or phase (in an alternative or simultaneous manner) is used to provide the brain waves of the subject, whose signal is stored in buffer circuitry before being channeled for visualization, analysis and processing.

 

In addition to passively monitoring the subject's brainwaves, it is possible to affect the brain activity of the subject through a transmitter which transmits a compensating signal, defined generally as the signal which compensates deviation from a standard signal representative of brain wave activity. The standard signal is provided to the remote station computer system. The compensating waveform signal is derived by the computer system as a function of the received brain wave signal or it is produced separately. A closed loop compensating system allows for instantaneous and continuous modification of the brain wave response pattern.

 

In recapitulation, brain waves may be monitored and control signals transmitted to the brain from a remote station. By adjusting the scan angle and the direction of the antennas the entire brain wave emission pattern or that of selected brain areas may be monitored.

 

The technique may have applications for personnel in critical positions such as drivers and pilots or for patients such as seizure sufferers. It is possible to monitor the subject with provision for compensation upon detection of sleepiness or seizure. It is also possible to perform vital sign monitoring and remote medical diagnosis.

 

 

 

 

Remote brain monitoring and interference retrofitted in weapon systems in the 1970s

 

It is alleged that the principle of the Malech patent was easily retrofitted in weapons systems (surveillance satellites, phased arrays, dishes) in the 1970s as only software changes were required.

 

Excerpt from "The Matrix Deciphered":


Referring to R. Malech (patent): “he discovered that he could influence brain waves if precisely timed with a return training signal.”

 

"The military and surveillance community immediately picked up on the patent and within two years had reprogrammed their communications and surveillance satellites and terrestrial phased arrays with the new concepts. The rapid deployment of this technology occurred because it only required software changes in already existing radar, imaging, and communications' terrestrial dishes and satellites. Many additional spy satellites have been launched since to bolster the system."

 

It is mentioned that this led to the creation of a system called "Thought Amplifier and Mind Interface" (TAMI).

 

Relevant comment from https://bit.ly/2sFzAbF: "The possibility of impressing an ‘experience set’ on an individual is also contemplated [3].

 

 

 

Interference used in the 1920s by German scientist Erich Graichen to influence brain activity

 

Martin Bott tells us that German scientist, Erich Graichen, had used the principle of interference in the 1920s to beam audio and imagery into the brain of humans
 
Video by Martin on E. Graichen’s book (in German) https://youtu.be/aetv_BLmzDI
 
Excerpts from a document by Martin Bott (http://bit.ly/32Z7ojM): “To one of these microwave or laser radiations the desired low frequency signal, for example recorded nerve pulses or voice is added in a way that leads to an addition of the high frequency and the low frequency signal. The resulting beats between the two high frequency signals consist of a low frequency electromagnetic field which has the characteristics of the added nerve pulses or voice.”

 

 

 

 

Dr. Hall cites the Malech patent for RNM/interference in his book "Guinea Pigs: Technologies of Control"

 

Dr. John Hall cites the Malech patent for Remote Brain Monitoring in his book "Guinea Pigs: Technologies of Control" (following the highlight at the link http://bit.ly/2FNLXvw) and also refers to the patent during this podcast.

 

 

 

 

Activist discusses current holder of Malech patent

 

Who is currently the holder of the patent for “Apparatus and Method for Remotely Monitoring and Altering Brainwaves” (R. Malech patent)? https://www.google.com/patents/US3951134

 

Excerpt from speech of activist Eduardo Colon at NYC group meeting of victims of electromagnetic harassment in October 2015. Eduardo did search of corporate transactions and announced that he would attend corporate meeting in 2015 to raise awareness with corporation stockholders.

 

"There is another important upcoming event in Palm Bay Florida which is the Annual Harris Corporation Stockholder’s Event on October 23, 2015 at 1:00 PM Eastern.

 

If anyone here is familiar with the Robert Malech patent; Apparatus and Method for Remotely Monitoring and Altering Brainwaves, filed in 1974. We would know that bio-electric signals can be read remotely by RADAR, while having the major advantages of no wires, and with full EEG reading, as opposed to mainstream sciences’ method of using electrodes on the scalp. According to Malech he discovered a way to remotely record, analyze, and interpret bio-electric signals from the human organism, while uncovering a way of activating the human organism by remote means, otherwise altering brainwaves, or modifying behavior using directed electromagnetic energy.

 

The Malech patent was developed in a defense subcontractor company called Dorne and Margoline Inc., an antenna manufacturer in radar design, who was owned by a larger defense contractor; EDO Corporation who was owned by ITT Corporation, where ITT created a byproduct subcontractor company called Exelis Inc, which now Exelis Inc. is a subsidiary for Harris Corporation.

 

One can imagine how this technology, which is clearly black budget science, has circulated in the military industrial complex from one Defense Company to another.

 

According to Harris Corporation:

 

“Harris provides advanced, technology-based solutions that solve government and commercial customers’ mission-critical challenges. The company has approximately $8 billion in annualized revenue and more than 22,000 employees — including 9,000 engineers and scientists — supporting customers in more than 125 countries.”

 

Also in August, 26 2004:

 

“Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), a leading provider of technical services, announced today that it has been selected by the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) for a potential 10-year, $1 billion program to provide operations, maintenance and support services for the agency's global communications and information systems. The NRO designs, builds and operates the nation's reconnaissance satellites, providing the Central Intelligence Agency, the Department of Defense; and other U.S. government agencies with relevant products.”

 

My reason for attending the stockholders event will be to raise awareness of our issue; to make a point that this technology has existed for decades without any significant public knowledge (...).

 

That this technology has developed into a global signals intelligence surveillance and weapons system (...)."

 

(end of speech excerpt by Eduardo Colon)