FOIA Request Yields Surprising Mind Control Weapon Information

This happened last week, but it is definitely worth covering. Muckrock is an organization that files Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests on a variety of political and social issues. In a recent release from the Washington State Fusion Center, the organization got more than it bargained for.

The request was for information about white supremacist groups and ANTIFA activity, but the released information included details about electro-magnetic mind control weapons. The information included information on the use of cell towers and other remote techniques to control minds and cause disease in people. Here are the images. The article continues below.

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One can only assume that the reason these documents were included in information on the two groups - white supremacists and ANTIFA - is that these techniques have been used against them? While many would not cry crocodile tears for these two groups, it begs the bigger question. Who else have these techniques been used against? All of us?

Where was the mainstream coverage on this? As far as I can tell, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, The New York Times, The Washington Post and every other news source that might be called "mainstream" ignored this story. The closest thing to MSM to cover it was Popular Mechanics. 

PM detailed how these images appear to have come from an Australian alternative magazine called Nexus and a 1992 article about a lawsuit brought against the NSA by John St. Clair Akewi. In that lawsuit, the plaintiff argued the US government had the capability to create mental illness in people or even assassinate them remotely using such techniques. PM acknowledges the US government has experimented with such technologies, citing a New York Times article about a documentary - Wormwood - that describes such a case. PM concluded these were not "official government" documents.

One source, and my apologies for not documenting it, already claimed these may have been personal documents owned by someone from WSFC. This is pure speculation and seems designed to throw readers off the track. The Daily Beast reported that, "It was not immediately clear how the documents wound up in the agency's response to a standard FOIA request, but there was reportedly no indication the 'remote mind control' files stemmed from any government program.

Well, that's true if you skipped journalism class and don't look any further than the story from Muckrock. Whistleblowers have, for decades, made claims that the US government was indeed testing and even using such technology. 

Why the mainstream media left this story alone is unclear. They have reported on such technology in the past. Below are just a few examples. Back in 1985, when CNN wasn't so controlled, they did a special assignment on electromagnetic mind control weapons.

This 1980s Canadian broadcast discusses the Soviet Project Woodpecker. Many believed the signal from Soviet stations was attempting to mind control people in the west.

HAARP was the next-generation ELF propagator. It's now been decommissioned. 

Just in case you don't believe any of that, here are articles on the National Institutes of Health website about the impacts of ELF/ULF waves on human beings.

Experimental model for ELF-EMF exposure: Concern for human health
Cellular effects of extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic fields
Effects of Electromagnetic Fields on Organs and Tissues
Evidence for an effect of ELF electromagnetic fields on human pineal gland function


Military Developments

First, here are the market projections from a recent industry report on directed energy weapons through 2025. Note some of this is laser technology, but much of it remains microwave (Ultra Low Frequency (ULF) and Extra Low Frequency (ELF) technology.

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Mind Control

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I could go on and on, but you get the idea. This faux pas release of this information is not based on a conspiracy theory. It's not surprising the mainstream media wants nothing to do with talking about it.

Here's the crazy thing. We are all walking around with ELF/ULF devices in our hands all day long. We're holding them up to our ears. What if mind control  or voices or illness could be transmitted using the technology we rely on for communication all day long? We all know that these technologies can be used for good or ill. We shouldn't be blind to the possibility that nefarious forces can and perhaps are using them for their purposes.

Ray Davis
for 6 Sense Media