Hearing the voices in your head? Are these subtle meanderings unlocking a world of possibilities? Is a departed spirit communicating—with a message for you and you alone, or are the birth pangs of schizophrenia rearing its ugly head?
As musician Bob Dylan once sang…”The times, they are a changing.” What would once have been explained as spirit communication from the unknown realm may now have aspects of completely something else?
Development of non-lethal weapons is an express train barreling top speed and nonstop down the tracks. There is the continued tinkering and refining, yet the technology is here, and has been for quite some time…. What starts as a military application, however, doesn’t always stay within the military guidelines. There is always more fertile ground to explore.
The Voice of God—using pulse modulated microwaves to target and disrupt the human brain—broadcasts signals directly into the mind, bypassing the ears, where the pulses are converted by the brain to inaudible voices. It began initially as a communication device, and then the light bulb went on. And that is the crux…just what did the military want these voices to say? The beginning stages of this techno wonder produced an experiment using “speech modulated” microwave energy to transmit the number 1 thru 10 to a receiver in a crowd. Microphones placed next to this person did not pick up any of the spoken numbers. The receiver heard them clearly in the confines of his mind.
A psyops tool producing a private message transmission and simulated psychosis…strange days indeed, and somewhat psychology devastating. But, it would seem this is the intent and purpose—an electrochemical manipulation in the brain…neurons reacting to planted stimuli!
The Voice of God, or, Voice to Skull, as it is known in other circles, might produce exciting results in the lab, but in the field there was always that nasty possibility that these directed frequencies could disrupt the chemical pathway to the nervous system, inducing a seizure. For the enemy soldier, was this necessarily a bad thing, reasoned the military, but it was best to keep things hush and not overly excite the general public. This did not mean, however, that the weapon was quietly laid aside.
There are rumors that the weapon was used in military maneuvers in the war with Iraq. One report states that the device was directed at one insurgent in a group—resulting in the test victim whipping about in a frenzy, wide eyed and babbling incessantly about a voice only he could hear. When God is speaking to you directly, what do you do? If you want to really mess with a religious, loyal Islamic terrorist just plant the voice of Allah in his skull, commanding him to submit or, even better, run away! It makes them a mess, and is a win-win for all.
What is next…a holographic image married with the voice, perhaps of Charlton Heston as Moses, standing over the frightened soldier commanding him to surrender? Or, electromagnetic energy that would disrupt voluntary muscle control, effectively making the victim a quivering mass of Jell-O? The technology is inching in that direction, if not already arrived.
From a military viewpoint, clearing a building of enemy soldiers by sending in the voice of God is much more preferable than calling in a devastating air strike…and easier on the government wallet. I would agree.
The Navy had planned to use the LRAD (Long Range Acoustic Device) to warn ships to get out of the way in the crowded coastal waters of the northern Persian Gulf, where ship traffic is as congested as a Chicago street. It has not been reported that this has been done—at least not officially.
A cruise ship off of the coast of Somalia reportedly used the device with some success to ward off attacking pirates. What started as a military application has filtered down to the private sector, which is to be expected.
Airports use the “weapon” to frighten birds away from the runways. Cities have used a form of directed sound for years to repel pigeons from downtown building exteriors. There is little doubt that law enforcement agencies might just be puttering with the technology in one form or another. The sky is the limit as this acoustical transmitter, directly affecting and altering behavior, passes through many hands…for varying purposes.
The development of non-lethal weaponry has greatly accelerated from the day LRADs blasted loud music and screeching to unsettle Manuel Noriega, to the present day when “suggestions” can be implanted into the mind. And, who’s to say this device is not being used on our own troops—to give them happy thoughts and fortify their resolve as soldiers? It’s a tampering of the mind that the military would never admit to.
Signals can be transmitted hundreds of meters using portable equipment and the signal easily adapted from existing radar units—think cell phone towers that presently dot the landscape. Hidden in plain sight!
Currently these LRAD units have gotten more portable…eons away from the bulkier early prototypes. They are, however, cost prohibitive for the common individual. I will not be purchasing one anytime soon to aim out of my apartment window for a Saturday evening of good clean fun with my neighbors.
So, is there a correlation between the Voice of God and paranormal investigations? Is there the possibility of some sort of tie-in? We do deal in possibilities, and nothing should ever be a closed door. When we close that door we also close our mind to rational thought and speculation. We live in strange times where things are not always as they seem. It is a good thing to keep an open mind…that is our lot as investigators and seekers of the truth.
…Nobody told me there’d be days like these, Strange days indeed…most peculiar mama. John Lennon “Nobody Told Me”
Next: Conjuring the dead, EVPs, and those strange horn sounds in the heavens.