TARGETED INDIVIDUALS – HELL AND HEAVEN WITHIN THE BRAIN

Cultocracy note :

I spent today surfing the web & as usual I got sidetracked . I spent quite a while looking at some of the sites & blogs that TI’s have set up , I have a deeply personal interest in the issues raised . I was struck by the amount of misinformation & disinformation regarding the subject , there is a lot . Much of the available information is planted by the same corrupt shadow elements that are engaged the sickening torture & depraved human rights violations . It is purposely designed to deceive & detract from the real issues , the technology involved is the key . Relevant information is regularly erased from history by a large army of well connected & well paid cover-up merchants , often sanctioned at a governmental level . Many of the personal accounts given by some TI’s were heart rending , but there was also a great deal of courage & intellect shown by many in regards to their personal experiences , what does not kill you makes you stronger , a lot stronger . Information is starting to appear in the public domain , whether by accident or design , each individual who writes a blog or brings the subjects to public attention is chipping away at the insane , evil , twisted block .

Snowflakes will eventually start an avalanche .

As always the keyword is control .

José Manuel Rodríguez Delgado (1969).

Physical Control of the Mind: Toward a Psychocivilized Society.

Harper and Row. ISBN 0-06-090208-6.

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The all seeing eye , it gets everywhere .

Cultocracy note :

The book was printed in 1969 & describes what was possible then , we have come a long way since . Below are excerpts from the book , I have inserted the images to further illustrate how the technology is advancing , please read the full book .

Delgado was  a professor at Yale University , where the bulk of his ‘research’ was carried out . Yale is also home to the Skull & Bones ‘secret society’ . Yale is known as spook central & is a fertile recruiting ground for the C.I.A & other alphabet agencies . Notable Yale alumni include former US presidents George Bush Senior , Bill Clinton & George Bush junior .

From the Wikepedia page on José Manuel Rodriguez Delgado :
Much of Rodríguez Delgado’s work was with an invention he called a Stimoceiver, a radio which joined a stimulator of brain waves with a receiver which monitored EEG waves and sent them back on separate radio channels. Some of these stimoceivers were as small as half-dollars.
Rodríguez Delgado stated that “brain transmitters can remain in a person’s head for life”. The energy to activate the brain transmitter is transmitted by way of radio frequencies
Delgado also created a “chemitrode” which was an implantable device that released controlled amounts of a drug into specific brain areas. Rodríguez Delgado also invented an early version of what is now a cardiac pacemaker.
In Rhode Island, Rodríguez Delgado did some work at what is now a closed mental hospital. He chose patients who were “desperately ill patients whose disorders had resisted all previous treatments” and implanted electrodes in about 25 of them.
To determine the best placement of electrodes within the human patients, Delgado initially looked to the work of Wilder Penfield, who studied epileptics’ brains in the 1930s, as well as earlier animal experiments, and studies of brain-damaged people.


Working Hypothesis for the Experimental Study of the Mind
Towards a Psychocivilised Society
World Perspectives

José Manuel Rodríguez Delgado

The working hypotheses may be summarized as follows:
(1) There are basic mechanisms in the brain responsible for all mental
activities, including perceptions, emotions, abstract thought,
social relations, and the most refined artistic creations.
(2) These mechanisms may be detected, analyzed, influenced, and sometimes
substituted for by means of physical and chemical technology. This
approach does not claim that love or thoughts are exclusively
neurophysiological phenomena, but accepts the obvious fact that the
central nervous system is absolutely necessary for any behavioral
manifestation. It plans to study the mechanisms involved.
(3) Predictable behavioral and mental responses may be induced by
direct manipulation of the brain.
(4) We can substitute intelligent and purposeful determination of neuronal functions for blind, automatic responses.

Autonomic and somatic functions, individual and social
behavior, emotional and mental reactions may be evoked,
maintained, modified, or inhibited, both in animals and
in man, by electrical stimulation of specific cerebral
structures. Physical control of many brain functions is a
demonstrated fact, but the possibilities and limits of
this control are still little known .

Physiochemical Bases of Behavioral Activity

In the vegetable as well as in the animal kingdom, the dynamics
of biological processes are related to ionic movements and
electrical changes across the membranes which separate cells
from the surrounding medium.

Cellular activity may therefore be investigated by recording the electrical potentials appearing across the membranes or by detecting differences in potential which appear in the extracellular fluid, even if the recording electrodes are placed at a considerable distance from the electromotive source. This is the basic principle of recording electrical activity of the heart(electrocardiogram= EKG) through electrodes placed on the extremities , or of studying electrical potentials of the brain (electroencephalogram= EEG) by means of leads attached to the scalp. If electrodes are placed closer to the source of negativity,for example in the depth of the brain, recordings will be more accurate and may reveal the location of generators of electrical activity. Conversely, by using an external potential, an electrical field may be established through the extracellular fluid, and some of this current flows through the cellular membranes, modifying their charge and permeability and producing the self-propagating process called
“stimulation.”

The relatively simple processes of depolarization and
re-polarization of cell membranes are the essential elements of
neuronal excitation . They are responsible for the
extraordinary complexity of all behavioral performance.

By means of ESB (electrical stimulation of the brain) it is possible
to control a variety of functions; a movement, a glandular
secretion, or a specific mental manifestation, depending on the
chosen target.

Methodology for Direct Communication with the Brain

It is true that implantation of electrodes destroys neurons along the path of penetration, breaking capillary vessels and later producing a local reaction involving the formation of a thin fibrotic capsule along the implantation tract.

As many as 100 contacts have been implanted in the brain of some
chimpanzees without any noticeable neurophysiological or
behavioral disturbance. In several monkeys , contacts have
been placed in areas as critical and delicate as the respiratory
centers of the medulla without any surgical problems.

Electrodes in the Human Brain

Exploratory introduction of needles into the cerebral ventricles is a well known and relatively safe clinical procedure, and since electrodes are smaller in diameter than these needles, their introduction into the brain should be even less traumatic. Experience has confirmed the safety and usefulness of long-term implantation of electrodes in man, and the procedure has been used in specialized medical centers around the world .

 

Two Way Radio Communication with the Brain

It is reasonable to speculate that in the near future the
stimoceiver may provide the essential link from man to computer
to man, with a reciprocal feedback between neurons and instruments
which represents a new orientation for the medical control of
neurophysiological functions.

This speculation is supported by the following
experiments completed in June , in collaboration with Drs.
Johnston, Wallace, and Bradley. Chimpanzee Paddy , while
free in her cage, was equipped with a stimoceiver to telemeter the
brain activity of her right and left amygdaloidnuclei to an
adjacent room, where these waves were received, tape-recorded, and
automatically analyzed by an on-line analog computer. This
instrument was instructed to recognize a specific pattern of
waves, a burst of spindles, which was normally present in both
amygdaloid nuclei for about one second several times per minute.
The computer was also instructed to activate a stimulator, and
each time the spindles appeared, radio signals were sent back to
Paddy’s brain to stimulate a point in her reticular formation
known to have negative reinforcing properties. In this way
electrical stimulation of one cerebral structure was contingent
on the production of a specific EEG pattern by another area of the
brain, and the whole process of identification of information
and command of action was decided by the on line computer.

The computer was then disconnected, and two weeks later the EEG
and Paddy’s behavior returned to normal. The experiment was
repeated several times with similar results, supporting
the conclusions that direct communication can be established between
brain and computer, circumventing normal sensory organs, and also
that automatic learning is possible by feeding signals directly into
specific neuronal structures without conscious participation.
It would obviously be far more desirable to employ minute instruments
which could be implanted completely
beneath the skin. For this purpose we have developed in our
laboratory a small three channel stimulator which can be placed
subcutaneously and which has terminal leads to be implanted
within the brain . The instrument is solid state, has no
batteries, and can work indefinitely. Necessary electrical
energy, remote control of parameters of stimulation, and choice of
channels are provided by transdermal coupling, using a small coil
which is activated by frequency-modulated radio signals.

The next technical step will be to combine transdermal stimulation
of the brain with transdermal telemetry of EEG . In this case the
stimoceiver will not be outside the skin as it was in Paddy ,
nor will it be limited to only trans- dermal stimulation as in
Nonaand Suzi . The whole instrument will be totally
subcutaneous. The technology for nonsensory communication between
brains and computers through the intact skin is already at our
fingertips, and its consequences are difficult to predict.

We are advancing rapidly in the pattern recognition of electrical
correlates of behavior and in the methodology for two-way radio
communication between brain and computers.

Fears have been expressed that this new technology brings with it
the threat of possible unwanted and unethical remote control of the
cerebral activities of man by other men .

Electronic knowledge and micro miniaturisation have progressed
so much that the limits appear biological rather than technological.
Our greatest need is for more experimental information about the
neuronal mechanisms related to behavioral and mental processes, and research in
unrestricted subjects promises to reveal new understanding of normal
minds and more efficient therapy of disturbed brains.

Cultocracy note :

The next three chapters listed below are without text , they involve human experimentation & summarize the results of implant testing .

Hell & Heaven within the Brain : The Systems for Punishment & Reward
(i)Anxiety , Fear & Violence evoked by ESB in Man
(ii)Human pleasure evoked by ESB
(iii)Friendliness & Increased Conversation Under Electrical Control

Hallucinations , Recollections & Illusions in Man

Inhibitory effects in Animals & Man


Circumvention of Damaged Sensory Inputs

The miracle of giving light to the blind and sound to the deaf has
been made possible by implantation of electrodes, demonstrating
the technical possibility of circumventing damaged sensory receptors
by direct electrical stimulation of the nervous system. A 52-year old woman,
totally blind after suffering bilateral glaucoma, in who an array
of eighty small receiving coils were implanted subcutaneously above
the skull, terminating in eighty platinum electrodes encased in a
sheet of silicone rubber placed in direct contact with the visual
cortex of the right occipital lobe . Each receiving coil was tuned
to a frequency of 6 or 9:5 megahertz and could be activated by
pressing a transmitting coil against the scalp. With this type of
transdermal stimulation  a visual sensation was perceived by the
patient which evoked the perception of simple visual
patterns.
Using a different approach the Mexican investigator delCampo
has designed an instrument called an “amaroscope”consisting of
photoelectric cells, to transform luminous images
into electrical impulses which are modulated and fed through electrodes
placed over the skin above the eyes to stimulate the supraorbital
branches of the trigeminal nerve. Impulses are thus carried to the
reticular system and the cerebral cortex

Auditory sensations have also been produced in a deaf person by
electrical stimulation of the auditory nerve through permanently
implanted electrodes.

To clarify this discussion let us review a classical experiment. In
a cat under deep anesthesia, electrodes can be placed in the inner
ear and connected with an electrical amplifier and a loud speaker.
The spectacular result is that if we whisper in the cat’s ear , “How
are you?” the loud Speaker will reproduce “How are you?” . The
interpretation of this phenomenon is not that the cat has learned to
speak English but that its ear has worked as a microphone,
transducing sound into electricity. The vibrations of the air
produced by the human voice are received by the tympanic membrane and
give rise to electrical signals in the cochlea which are picked up
by the recording electrodes .

Human Experimentation

While medical practice has generally accepted guidelines based on
the Hippocratic oath  , research with human
subjects has lacked traditional codes and leading medical schools and
renowned doctors have sometimes conducted unethical research.

Electrical Manipulation of the Psyche

The most alarming aspect of ESB is that psychological reactivity
can be influenced by applying a few volts to a determined area of
the brain. This fact has been interpreted by many people as
a disturbing threat to human integrity.
New neurological technology,however, has a refined efficiency.
The individual is defenseless against direct manipulation of the
brain because he is deprived of his most intimate mechanisms of
biological reactivity. In experiments, electrical stimulation of
appropriate intensity always prevailed over free will .

The possibility of scientific annihilation of personal identity, or even worse, its purposeful control, has sometimes been considered a future threat more awful than atomic holocaust.


Cultocracy note:

Part II coming soon .


 

Related :

Physical Control of the Mind Jose Delgado

Physical control of the mind : toward a psychocivilized society

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