Monthly Archives: January 2017

Donald Trump Predicts Russian Jet Downing By Isis Due To US Government (or contractor) neurological control

For the record, Trump was not trying to start a war with Russia. Trump’s brain controllers were trying to start a war with Russia.

Also for the record, I am being torture every day and am being forced to write via an advanced neurological control which is used in parallel with torture.

As offensive as it is to consider the military, CIA, or some other neurological mad scientists inside Americans brains, imagine them destroying the speeches of presidential candidates with their neurological control systems.

The following speech illustrates linguistic neurological and nervous system control in action, as Donald Trump’s freedom of speech is violated to cause him to predict an ensuing helicopter crash in Syria. A helicopter crash caused by ISIS fighters. Now, you might think Donald Trump knew about the attack before it happened somehow. I don’t think so, and am guessing that someone controlled his brains speech centers and his nervous system to cause him to allude to the attack so they could frame him.
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Usage of Visual Cortex For Remote Communications

Usage of Visual Cortex For Remote Communications

In 2015 and beyond, I was coerced neurologically to use my Twitter account in parallel with a brain control system.

The starting reason I used the account was to send out covert alerts about what I perceived to be the murder of people through brain control systems.
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Distance Cooking Human Cells and Molecules – An Unenforced Crime or Not?

Wrote this a while ago, don’t have time to review it. Here’s the content:

Directional and Distance Considerations

Two decent ways to divide radiating devices, or antennas as they are commonly called, is based on how the energy exits the device and enters space.  Omnidirectional antennas transmit in numerous directions, while directional antenna’s transmit beams or thin cones in one main direction.

If a microwave’s 1,000 watt output, for example, were fed into an omnidirectional antenna, the energy would scatter away from the device into many directions.  Not much would get cooked this way, as microwaves normally contain the energy inside a box, repeatedly frying the insides in a repeating cycle of reused energy.  An omnidirectional antenna wouldn’t have such a high efficiency of energy use, with only objects near the omnidirectional microwave experiencing electron disturbances which might cause heating and cooking.

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