Friday, 14 March 2014

Subliminal warfare

Silent Subliminals Subliminal mind-control is considered a NLW, as reported by the US Army War College, the Naval Law Review, the US Air Force Institute for National Security Studies, and other sources. In 2005 India Daily mentioned in its, New Advanced Mind Control Techniques Gives a New Flavor to Modern Warfare article, that defense scientists all over the planet have been working on this technology to make enemies surrender without a fight by transmitting undetectable signals into their minds. The Russian government perfected a type of subliminal mind-control technology demonstrated in a series of experiments going back to the 1970s that could be used to suppress riots, control dissidents, and demoralize opposing forces. The technology, referred to as psycho-correction, was created by the Department of Psycho-Correction at the Moscow Medical Academy. It consisted of powerful subliminal messages that could be transmitted by infrasound into the subconscious without interfering with conscious mental functions. Because the messages were transmitted below the human hearing range, these messages could be sent on their own channel. It had effects on unwilling subjects in less than a minute. The Japanese have developed similar devices also operating in the infrasonic range. In order for subliminals to be successful, they must not be perceived by the conscious mind. In the auditory range of human hearing, the higher the decibel, the louder the sound. This measurement of intensity also applies to the inaudible infrasonic and ultrasonic sound ranges. It means the higher the decibel/amplitude of the subliminal message, the better the results. This is important because with regular subliminals, both the messages and foreground sound occur on the exact same frequency. Because of this, regular subliminal messages average about 18 decibels because they must be several decibels less than the foreground music in order to be concealed. However, subliminal technology which uses the inaudible infrasonic range, such as the type which was perfected in Russia, is not subject to this decibel limitation. The increase in decibels allows for more powerful subliminals. For this reason it also has its own conduit (channel) directly into the subconscious mind. The Psychor Center, which was associated with the Department of Psycho-Correction, mentioned that the software and hardware for a computer-based psycho-correction device could be obtained for about $80,000. In addition to transmitting corrective subliminal programming, the device could allegedly probe the contents of a person’s mind. In the early 1990s the US began studying this technology with the goal of bringing it under bilateral US and Russian government control. Scientists, diplomats, and military officers at the Russian Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology Policy provided limited demonstrations to US representatives. During this time, Dr. Janet Morris of the USGSC was the primary contact between Russian and US officials regarding the transfer of this technology. She visited the Moscow Institute of Psycho-Correlations in 1991, where she was shown subliminal psycho-corrective methods developed at the Moscow Medical Academy. She then lectured senior US intelligence and military officials on this technology. Then, in October of 1992, US Patent 5159703 Silent Subliminal Presentation System, (also called Silent Sound and Clear Channel), was issued to Dr. Oliver Lowery. It is an inaudible form of communication that occurs just beyond human hearing range (nearing ultrasound), or just below it (nearing infrasound). Because of this, it is similar to the Russian technology. Its industry names include BrainStorm, BrainStream, and BrainSpeak. Silent Sound can be sent acoustically or vibrationally into the brain. The programming is received by the ear, undetected by the conscious mind, and immediately decoded by the subconscious to influence thoughts and emotions. Because Silent Sound is transmitted above or below the threshold of human hearing, its power (amplitude/decibel) is not limited the way regular subliminals are, which must be covered by foreground sound. In addition, this high amplitude suggestion is transmitted on its own channel/frequency, with no other competing sound. For this reason the technology is also referred to as Clear Channel. Silent Sound is not just a different type of subliminal. It is completely silent. No foreground sound is necessary. It can influence thoughts and emotions. And, due to its inaudible nature, it is undetectable under normal conditions. Furthermore, the frequency, which is above or below human hearing, is a direct conduit into the subconscious mind. So, the high powered suggestions can be transmitted directly into the subconscious with no conscious filtering. These messages can be transmitted in real-time over Public Address (PA) systems or standard radio and TV broadcasts. They can also be recorded and replayed on mechanical, digital, or magnetic media such as tapes, CDs, videocassettes, digital tape recorders, and various types of computer memory. The Whole Brain Learning Institute (WBLI), creator of products like BrainStorm, BrainStream, and BrainSpeak, mentions how the use of Silent Sound by the US DOD during the first Gulf War resulted in the surrender of many Iraqi soldiers. “Now you can experience the latest achievement in subliminal technology,” they announced, “a method just declassified and, until recently, used only by the US Department of Defense.” Their products use Silent Sound technology in the ultra high audio frequency range (just above human hearing near ultrasound), with a power output of 90 to 100 decibels. As a comparison, a loud radio registers at about 80 decibels. Even the deaf can be influenced by this technology. Their staff includes behaviorists, lifestyle experts, accelerated learning specialists, as well as noted composers and engineers. Their Silent Sound products include neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) techniques. They specifically mention that their products are based on the work of NLP experts such as Dr. Milton Erickson, John Grinder, and Dr. Richard Bandler. During the first Gulf War when Saddam Hussein’s primary C2 capabilities were destroyed, his troops were forced to listen to regular FM radio stations for their encoded orders. A US PsyOp unit used this opportunity to install a portable FM broadcast transmitter on top of the highest building in the city of Al-Khafji. There, they transmitted a high-powered 100 MHz signal to overpower the Iraqi station which was transmitting on the exact same frequency. This programming consisted of patriotic and religious music as well as intentionally contradictory military orders. The broadcast also consisted of inaudible negative Silent Sound programming which allegedly devastated the Iraqi soldiers. “Although completely silent to the human ear,” reported the British television network ITV News on March 23, 1991, “the negative voice messages ... were clearly perceived by the subconscious minds of the Iraqi soldiers and the silent messages completely demoralized them and instilled a perpetual feeling of fear and hopelessness.” The Nonlethal Weapons: Terms and References report by the US Air Force Institute for National Security Studies uses the exact Russian term “psycho-correction,” which it describes as a NLW technology that can influence people with subliminal messages. Similarly, the Naval Law Review’s article, A Primer on the Employment of Non-Lethal Weapons of 1998, mentions how subliminal mind-control is to be used as a NLW. Normally, the conscious mind acts as a type of firewall to filter destructive ideas from being acted upon. Because this technology bypasses that mechanism, actions resulting from ideas that did not originate from the target’s own mind can occur. In addition, if used in a destructive manner it can create mental and emotional chaos due to conflicts arising in the person’s belief system. This technology is extremely dangerous! “While your conscious mind is engaged in other activities,” describes WBLI, “its negative screening filters are not activated,” and “your unconscious ... effortlessly receives the full impact.” Dr. Nick Begich cautioned that Silent Sound has potentially serious implications because it bypasses the subconscious, avoiding any conscious filtering, and drops the information directly into the subconscious. “Conflicts in belief systems,” he warned, “can lead to significant emotional and psychological problems.” The Military Review’s December 1980 report, The New Mental Battlefield describes this technology as thought induction techniques. In the report, Dr. John Alexander explained: “The unique factor is that the recipient will not be aware that thoughts have been implanted from an external source. He or she will believe the thoughts are [their] original.” Janet Morris indicated that a portable hand-held device exists that can be used for crowd control, antipersonnel actions, and other special operations. “As far as it has become possible to probe and correct psychic contents of human beings despite their will and consciousness by instrumental means,” announced the Russian Psychor Center, “results having been achieved can get out of control and be used with inhumane purposes.