Another Arms Race With
The Former Soviet Union?
What the Public Should Know About Electromagnetic
Original article published in Newspeak, 1996
See also Soviets
Organize Against Psychotronic Weapons
The U.S. public has a right to know
about a currently classified weapons program. There are many corroborating
articles to confirm the existence of electromagnetic frequency (emf)
behavior or mind control weapons in the U.S. and Russian arsenals.1
There is also evidence that there has been a secret race between the two
superpowers to gain an upper edge and control the use of this
revolutionary technology.2 Like the
atomic bomb, the technology will change the perception of the world.
The U.S. public also has the right to determine the policy and use of
this technology. They have the democratic right to express their opinion
on issues that deeply affect their lives, but unfortunately mind control
weapons are classified and are being developed without public input. Like
nuclear war protesters who expressed their views and significantly
affected arms control policy, there is a need for public debate on emf
technology. This is just a brief overview of a very complicated and
The best proof of this ongoing emf arms race would be from the U.S.
government, but it is classified under the National Security Act.
The U.S. public was told about the secret development of the atomic
bomb after it was dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. It is inevitable that
history will repeat and the U.S. public will learn about the emf arms race
when the weapons are used or leaked to the press. In all liklihood, only
public protest can alter this course.
Behavior control and electromagnetic weapons have only been in the
public eye recently.
Janet Reno, the U.S. Attorney General has discussed
non-lethal weapons in newspapers such as the Wall Street Journal.3
The U.S. government is only revealing the tip of the iceberg.
There has been a quantum leap of technology and many articles confirm that
the technology is capable of computer-brain interface and control of every
nerve in the human body. The mind control technology is as mind boggling
as the landing of the man on the moon. The physics and functioning of the
brain is known on a biomedical level and can be highly controlled. The
implications of it's use as a weapon are as serious as the consequences of
the use of the atomic bomb. The motive of superpowers to develop and
control the use of mind control technology becomes obvious.
Several major publications are discussing behavior
It is described as electromagnetic
technology and in little detail. Research is highly classified and
scientists face prison terms and penalties for disclosing classified
weapons research. But as a result of the breakup of the Soviet Union,
international and Russian newspapers have published several articles on
mind control technology.5 For example,
the Moscow Times describes "debilitating high frequency radio waves,
hypnotic computer- scrambled sounds and mind-bending electromagnetic
fields, as well as an ultrasound gun capable of killing a cat at fifty
And there is evidence of the use of mind control technology on a large
In Stolitsa, a major Russian newspaper; "Victor
Sedletsky, a scientist from Kiev, claims that the practical testing of a
'new kind of weapons based on the impact of certain frequencies on the
human body occurred back in 1965. Besides, the development of an entirely
new radar system allowing one to control any place on the globe began in
1982. Such equipment could be used for creating a 'psychotronic field' for
brain-control."7 The existence of
mind control technology is documented by numerous independent sources.
These are not isolated rumors.
Many articles describe scientific research on mind control.
In the Los Angeles Times, March 20, 1976 by Norman Kempster entitled
"Mind Reading Machine..."; "Scientists working under agency
contracts at the University of Illinois, UCLA, Stanford, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester, and in
laboratories at other facilities have been able to determine an
individual's alertness from his own brainwaves...It may be only a matter
of time before the machines will be able to read a person's brainwaves to
determine just what he is thinking." Mind control technology has been
described since the 1960s and it is logical to conclude that the Former
Soviet Union and the U.S. would conduct research on it's military use.
Books and articles discuss the history of behavior control and mind
control research by both governments.
Most U.S. citizens have read about
the Soviet and Chinese brainwashing scare after the Korean war. As a
result the CIA conducted LSD and behavior control experiments which were
described in the 1970s in executive and congressional investigations.8
Russia has been a very closed society but psychic research programs are
documented in unclassified literature. In response, the CIA conducted
psychic research, according to a 1995 CIA report called Stargate.9
And there is substantial evidence of emf research for use as weapons
but it is not general public knowledge.
Some readers can remember Jack Anderson's expose' on the microwave
bombardment of the U.S. embassy by Russia in 1972. As a result, the CIA
developed Project Pandora to see if there were psychoactive effects from
the electromagnetic radiation of the embassy. The U.S. public have no
knowledge of the classified findings of this study although other sources
have documented psychoactive effects from emf. There is a tremendous
amount of scientific and military literature on this topic if one knows
the keywords and where to look.
Many factors point to the possibility of an emf arms race and the
motivations of the superpowers.
Weapon technology is advancing rapidly. Some examples are blinding
lasers, pinpoint accuracy missile targeting and chemical weapons. The next
weapons in the history of warfare will include the complicated emf and
behavior control technologies. The mind control arms race winner has the
capability to control the world. Therefore, if the opponent develops
behavior control weapons, then the U.S. or Russian government would be
negligent to it's citizens if they did not also. The picture of why, how
and who would develop the mind control weapons becomes clear, in spite of
the National Security Act.
The U.S. public should be aware of the probable misuse of emf
Radiation experiments on unwitting human subjects after the development
of the atomic bomb were classified and only became general public
knowledge in 1994, after Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary declassified
documents that verified the federal government's involvement. There is
already evidence of an emf weapon testing program involving nonconsenting
human subjects. Possible remedies include the revision of the National
Security law so that radiation,emf or any experimentation on human
subjects is conducted and monitored within the law.
The above facts and events are part of the mounting proof of a mind
control arms race between the Former Soviet Union and the United States.
Interested readers can explore this further on their own or they can
contact the author for more information. The main point is to alert people
to the consequences of a very serious issue.
Cheryl Welsh, firstname.lastname@example.org
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"DOD, Intel Agencies Look at Russian Mind Control Technology, Claims.
FBI Considered Testing on Koresh," Defense Electronics, July 1993,
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"MC-Ultra Program," Stolitsa No. 43, 2 Nov. 1992, P. 40. Sieff,
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Attorney General, Speaker," Laurel, MD, 16-17 Nov. 1993. Oris Search,
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Original article published in Newspeak, 1996