Brain Implant Investigation in Ohio
Press Release about Two People with Brain Implants Against Their Will
Dear website visitor
I am working on documenting a story about two individuals who have been implanted with brain implants against their will that monitors their thoughts and injects the voices of two people into their heads. Believe me, I wondered whether this technology existed when I first heard about it. But I have done four months of intensive research on this, and have copies of the x-rays from one of the individuals. Experts in the field confirm that this technology does exist, and both of these individuals are extraordinarily credible, but are afraid because the motivation behind this is to lock them up as being insane, because they are civil liberties activists.
Calling all x-ray technicians, or people who have x-rays of their own brains, please look at the frontal lobe (just under the forehead) at a black object, about 3 mm by 7 mm, and call me at 740-753-3888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you notice anything different than what you would expect. Here are two copies of the x-rays, one showing the full brain, one zoomed in to the frontal lobe, where their appears to be a brain implant.
Here is a work in progress story about the issue:
Thought Police are Real in 2009
Imagine a world where one’s thoughts are monitored, and police could broadcast voices and visions into ones brain. What if such devices were to be surreptitiously placed into people’s brain’s against their will? What power would that grant those who had such information, which could be broadcast wirelessly through satellites?
Every action, thought and everything one looked at could suddenly become
recorded and used to extort a lifelong of slavery and obedience to the power
doing the monitoring, allowing for a Hitler-like dominance of a country, leading
to World War III. The latest in
nanotechnology science shows that such technology has arrived. More troubling,
such devices have been used in two
“I will never forget it,” said Al Smith, owner of Spy
Depot in suburban
She brought in x-rays of her head, and he downloaded them onto his computer.
“I can read those things,” he said, referring to x-rays. “I spotted it right away.”
He said later that it was about an inch long and a quarter inch in diameter. She had recently been in a hospital. He said about two weeks later, two men came in, asking for him to give an affidavit about the woman. He would not give any information, because she was a client.
Some time later, she came in with the same two men, and asked for him to write up an affidavit. He wrote and signed an affidavit confirming that he had detected a wireless frequency coming from her head. “They say in ten years everyone will have one,” he warned.
In a separate case, an anonymous source, whom the author knows personally is very credible, reported that he had been implanted with a microchip that monitored and influenced his thoughts, and had people speaking into his brain.
He reported that two people, a male and a female were talking in his head, hypnotizing him and putting images into his head. He said that they were responding to his thoughts, what he was doing and what he was seeing as well. He said that they were trying to make him go crazy, saying one thing, then saying the opposite.
The source wanted to remain anonymous, because he said their goal was to try to declare him mentally unfit to stand trial when he uncovered that they had put a nanotechnology transmitter into his brain. He said that they were hypnotizing him to call law enforcement, to turn himself in for things that they falsely accused him of, and woke him up through the night.
Nanotechnology has been trucking ahead with little oversight, with well documented studies confirming that the technology is there to see what people see, as well as monitor the brain. In 2004, the Food and Drug Administration approved the implantation of microchips into the brains of Alzheimer’s patients to help them deal with the loss of memory.
What if such devices could be made extraordinarily small, utilizing nanotechnology and carbon fibers, such as to be near undetectable? What if they used very high frequencies, about 600 megahertz, such as to be undetectable by most private investigators?
Such technology was called uberveillance by Michael G. Michael, from the
One nightclub in
VeriChip began implanting people in
If this is what private companies are manufacturing, what is our government doing with the billions of dollars already spent on nanotechnology? We need greater transparency to see just what the Defense Department and the Department of Homeland Security have developed with billions of dollars having gone into nanotechnology. We must ensure that any devices created can be detectable, and is never implanted into someone without ones consent.
With two credible reports in
What would happen to a person’s dignity and self-worth if everything one thinks about, or was hypnotized to think or say, was monitored and being used against them? What if memories of movies, video games and television programs could be used against someone as “proof” they did something that they did not? What would it do to someone to have an endless probe, 24-7 with no way to stop it?
Two FBI workers were caught spying on teenage girls as they tried on prom gowns for 90 minutes in Morgantown, West Virginia, reported the Associate Press on April 21, 2009. Imagine if big brother could watch anything someone looked at, such as intimate moments with a loved one, or time spent with ones children. What if clips of such moments could be put on the internet, made to look like one had a hidden videocamera, when in fact the camera was in a microchip implanted in that person’s brain? While this sounds like science fiction, the fact is the technology is here, but the regulation is not.
In a study published in the journal Nature in 2002, scientists rigged up five rats with miniature videocameras and devices that stimulated portions of the rodent brains to use them to move left or right, getting video of everything that they looked at.
In the 1960s,
In 1999, BBC reported that researchers had implanted a microchip into a
cat that detected what the cat was seeing, and broadcast that into a computer,
using the output of 177 brain cells. Researchers
Furthermore, the devices themselves would greatly contribute to the susceptibility of cancer, both through the microchips themselves, and the need for wireless communication coming from the most sensitive part of the body to such electromagnetic fields. A series of scientific studies from 1996 to 2006 found that the rate of cancer was between 1% and 10%, for mice and rats implanted with the microchip transponders were later diagnosed with sarcomas, fibrosarcomas and other invasive cancers surrounding or attached to the nanotechnology devices, according to a study published by S. Le Calvez et. Al. in Experimental and Toxicological Pathology in 2006.
“From a medical standpoint, obviously you worry about radiation with
any electronic device,” said Dr. Arun Patel, a general physician in
With the critical need of the Fourth Estate: the media, to watchdog government, and uncover violations of liberties and abuses by the government, such devices could preempt efforts to uncover corruption in government, planned overthrows of the democratic process, and the start of World War III.
With the horrific abuses of civil liberties granted by the Patriot Act, the Department of Homeland Security is reportedly working on implanting people with microchips against their will. Though in gross violation of the Constitution, the secrecy granted by the Patriot Act could be used to try to keep clandestine uses of such technology hidden. With absolute power granted by such secrecy, the very survival of the union – and our planet – is at stake.
Such devices could be put in the president while he slept, or in top military commanders. Access codes to nuclear weapons, and weapons caches could be gained through the abuse of such technology, as a means of causing World War III. Clearly we need more oversight into exactly what the Defense Department and others are doing with this technology.