This technology could shed light on election voting patterns
V2K (Microwave Hearing)
[thanks to Mark at NewWorldWar.org]
U.S. Patent 4,877,027 – V2K by Microwave Induction
V2K is a technology that was discovered in 1962 by Dr Allan H. Frey, and it is called the “Frey Effect.” The technology can put voices in your head, that no one else can hear. There are numerous patents on this technology. The CIA uses it to harass and attack Targeted Individuals worldwide. Most of the time, the signal is sent using a microwave beam from a cell tower. The cell tower companies and the cell phone companies are complicit in these attacks. The Geneva Conventions refer to this as “Psychological Torture,” and it is considered a War Crime.
Recent New York Times article discusses the “Frey Effect.”
Voice-to-Skull and subliminal messaging are directed from cell towers, using digital beamforming technology. You can record these messages, and with a little audio editing – you can hear the message. The CIA is experimenting on everyone, using simple, repeated statements. About 20% – 30% of the population are highly susceptible to these messages and they are called “Highly Suggestible.” Such people can be manipulated to say and do almost anything. The CIA uses these people on a daily basis to harass & annoy Targeted Individuals. They are not perps. They are not Gangstalkers. They are “highly suggestible” people, that do not know that they are being manipulated. These people are literally in a deep trance, even while their eyes are open.
V2K is short for Voice-to-Skull, and it is different than subliminal messaging, because it is openly heard and the individual cannot shut it off. V2K and subliminal messaging both use the same equipment, but they operate on different frequencies. Bone conduction headphones prove that this technology is real, and anyone can purchase these at Best Buy stores – the sound is not received by your ears.
This U.S. Army manual admits that V2K is real, and they are experimenting with it.
Subliminal advertising, V2K, and messaging is not protected by the First Amendment. “In Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp. v. Public Service Commission of New York in 1979, the Supreme Court ruled that in order for marketing speech to be protected by the First Amendment, it must not be misleading. Subliminal advertising, by its very nature, does not fall under this protection. In the 1989 case, Vance v. Judas Priest, a Nevada judge ruled that subliminal messages aren’t protected by the First Amendment and do constitute an invasion of privacy. “
“Human Auditory System Response to Modulated Electromagnetic Energy” by Dr Allan H. Frey;J Applied Physiol 17 (4): 689–92, 1962.
Dr. Allan H. Frey, in his 1962 report, Human Auditory System Response to Modulated Electromagnetic Energy, which appeared in the Journal of Applied Psychology; Dr. Frey described how microwave hearing was demonstrated using a microwave transmitter that projected sound from several hundred feet.
The transmitter used pulse-modulated waves at extremely low average power levels. The transmission was immediate. The system was wireless and receiverless, and the sounds were even heard by the deaf. Then in the mid 1970s, Dr. Sharp helped to develop microwave hearing technology for DARPA by conducting research at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR). In 1973 Dr. Sharp proved that the correct modulation of microwave energy could result in the wireless and receiverless transmission of audible speech.
There are a number of Patents on similar inventions:
Patent 4877027A – Hearing System
Patent 3766331A – Hearing Aid for producing sensations in the brain
US4813419A 1984-11-07 Mcconnell, Jeffrey D. Method and apparatus for communicating information to the deaf
US4877027A 1988-06-06 Brunkan, Wayne B. Hearing system