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Helen Reyes
12-03-2009, 11:37 AM

Cop Killings in Tacoma - Mind Control?

By Alex Constantine

"POSTAL" MASS MURDERS ON THE RISE: In November it was the Ft. Hood Killings, and as it happened, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, a military shrink, worked with radio-hypnotic intracerebral control technology (RHIC) - the very devices, perfected by the CIA, alleged by many mind control researchers to create "Manchurian Candidate" programmed killers. "The voice of God" is often heard by subjects of RHIC, so when four police officers are shot dead in Washington state, it is a fair question, not a crank one, to ask if the "God"-driven killer was radio-hypnotically programmed. - AC

Police killed in 'ambush' outside US Air Force base

" ... The shooting took place at the Forza coffee shop, just across the street from the McChord Air Force Base outside Tacoma, Washington state, 35 miles south of Seattle. ... "

Mind Control at McChord AF Base?

Buford Furrow, who opened fire on the Jewish Community Center in Granada Hills, California, had an e-mail address at McChord Air Force base - deleted the very day Furrow was arrested. His father is a retired master-sergeant in the Air Force.

Buford Furrow's e-mail address: NSCMcChord@DDN-Conus.DDN-Mil. "NSC" is alleged by bloggers to stand for National Security Council.


I am Jesus ... and on the lam, Seattle cop killer Maurice Clemmons told NY bishop
BY Helen Kennedy
December 1st 2009

Seattle cop killer Maurice Clemmons - shot dead Tuesday by a lone patrolman - drove to New York in June to see a Manhattan minister, declaring God told him to make the trip. ... Clemmons ... was running from the police, who wanted him for vandalism. He said he had driven for three days to New York because "God called me."
http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2009/12/01/2009-12-01_i_am_jesus_seattle_cop_killer_maurice_clemmons_ told_ny_bishop_.html#ixzz0YZKUcNLh


Electronic mind control cases are often marked by sudden, pronounced changes in personality ...

Suspect's sister said he was 'not in his right mind'

Family and friends say Clemmons was having problems before the shooting

Dec. 1, 2009

... Clemmons' sister, Latanya Clemmons, said her brother had lived in Washington for the last five years without legal trouble, running his own lawn-care business and building a house in Parkland. She said he had appeared stable until May, when he began showing symptoms of a breakdown.

'Something changed'

"I don't know what happened," Latanya Clemmons said. "Something changed."

"I love him to death. He was my only brother," she added, weeping. "I feel bad for the officers' family, and I feel bad for him, because he's not in his right mind." ... http://www.seattlepi.com/local/412770_profile30.html

Posted by Alex Constantine at Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Peter Lemkin
12-03-2009, 05:13 PM
"In November it was the Ft. Hood Killings, and as it happened, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, a military shrink, worked with radio-hypnotic intracerebral control technology (RHIC)"

Is the above verifiable!?! If so, we are really dealing with some evil things here!
Add in the DC sharpshooter and so many others - patterns emerge - either in the military, just out of it or living near by a base that does secret research, or combinations of those......

Helen Reyes
12-03-2009, 07:16 PM
"In November it was the Ft. Hood Killings, and as it happened, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, a military shrink, worked with radio-hypnotic intracerebral control technology (RHIC)"

Is the above verifiable!?! If so, we are really dealing with some evil things here!

Heck if I know if it's verifiable, it sounds nuts to me, but then they moved him all the way from Ft Hood in Killeen to San Antonio, where this Dr Rivero character once did MK. Did they implant him with memories of the shooting down there? Was he some by-stander hit in the cross-fire whose dossier indicated he could be the patsy? I don't know.

The Tacoma shooting has so many changes in the story from the time it happened to the end of the manhunt that it looks extremely fishy to say the least. I can't put it down to journalistic "developing story" anomalies and additions. There's something very wrong with the whole picture, apart from the obvious wrong things--4 murders in cold blood.

Jan Klimkowski
12-03-2009, 07:48 PM
RHIC is controversial.

Researchers of integrity, such as the late, great, Walter Bowart, have explored it at length without getting too far.

RHIC is a key part of the hypothesis put forward in "Lincoln Lawrence's" seminal and suppressed Were We Controlled?

Here's an intelligent introductory overview from Martin Cannon's unpublished manuscript, The Controllers:

Hypnosis provides the (highly controversial) key which opens the door to many abduction accounts[51]. And obviously, if my thesis is correct, hypnosis plays a large part in the abduction itself. One thing we know with certainty: Since the earliest days of project BLUEBIRD, the CIA's spy-chiatrists spent enormous sums mastering Mesmer's art. I cannot here give even a brief summary of hypnosis, nor even of the CIA's studies in this area. (Fortunately, FOIA requests were rather more successful in shaking loose information on this topic than in the area of psycho-electronics.) Here, we will concentrate on a particularly intriguing allegation -- one heard faintly, but persistently, for the past twenty years by those who would investigate the shadow side of politics. If this allegation proves true, hypnosis is NOT necessarily a person-to-person affair.

The abductee -- or the mind control victim -- need not have physical contact with a hypnotist for hypnotic suggestion to take effect; trance could be induced, and suggestions made, via the intracerebral transmitters described above. The concept sounds like something out of Huxley's or Orwell's most masochistic fantasies. Yet remote hypnosis was first reported -- using allegedly parapsychological means -- in the early 1930s, by L.L. Vasilev, Professor of Physiology in the University of Leningrad[52]. Later, other scientists attempted to accomplish the same goal, using less mystic means. Over the years, certain journalists have asserted that the CIA has mastered a technology call RHIC-EDOM. RHIC means "Radio Hypnotic Intracerebral Control." EDOM stands for "Electronic Dissolution of Memory." Together, these techniques can -- allegedly -- remotely induce hypnotic trance, deliver suggestions to the subject, and erase all memory for both the instruction period and the act which the subject is asked to perform. RHIC uses the stimoceiver, or a microminiaturized offspring of that technology to induce a hypnotic state. Interestingly, this technique is also reputed to involve the use of INTRAMUSCULAR implants, a detail strikingly reminiscent of the "scars" mentioned in Budd Hopkins MISSING TIME. Apparently, these implants are stimulated to induce a post-hypnotic suggestion. EDOM is nothing more than missing time itself -- the erasure of memory from consciousness through the blockage of synaptic transmission in certain areas of the brain. By jamming the brain's synapses through a surfeit of acetocholine, neural transmission along selected pathways can be effectively stilled.

According to the proponents of RHIC-EDOM, acetocholine production can be affected by electromagnetic means. (Modern research in the psycho-physiological effects of microwaves confirm this proposition.) Does RHIC-EDOM exist? In our discussion of Delgado's work, I have already cited a strange little book (published in 1969) titled WERE WE CONTROLLED?, written by one Lincoln Lawrence, a former FBI agent turned journalist. (The name is a pseudonym; I know his real identity.) This work deals at length with RHIC-EDOM; a careful comparison of Lawrence's work with MKULTRA files declassified ten years later indicates a strong possibility that the writer did indeed have "inside" sources.

Here is how Lawrence describes RHIC in action:

It is the ultra-sophisticated application of post-hypnotic suggestion TRIGGERED AT WILL [italics in original] by radio transmission. It is a recurring hypnotic state, re-induced automatically at intervals by the same radio control. An individual is brought under hypnosis. This can be done either with his knowledge -- or WITHOUT it by use of narco-hypnosis, which can be brought into play under many guises. He is then programmed to perform certain actions and maintain certain attitudes upon radio signal[53].

Other authors have mentioned this technique -- specifically Walter Bowart (in his book OPERATION MIND CONTROL) and journalist James Moore, who, in a 1975 issue of a periodical called MODERN PEOPLE, claimed to have secured a 350-page manual, prepared in 1963, on RHIC-EDOM[54]. He received the manual from CIA sources, although -- interestingly -- the technique is said to have originated in the military. The following quote by Moore on RHIC should prove especially intriguing to abduction researchers who have confronted odd "personality shifts" in abductees:

Medically, these radio signals are directed to certain parts of the brain. When a part of your brain receives a tiny electrical impulse from outside sources, such as vision, hearing, etc.,an emotion is produced -- anger at the sight of a gang of boys beating an old woman, for example. The same emotion of anger can be created by artificial radio signals sent to your brain by a controller. You could instantly feel the same white-hot anger without any apparent reason[55].

Lawrence's sources imparted an even more tantalizing -- and frightening --revelation:

...there is already in use a small EDOM generator-transmitter which can be concealed on the body of a person. Contact with this person -- a casual handshake or even just a touch -- transmits a tiny electronic charge plus an ultra-sonic signal tone which for a short while will disturb the time orientation of the person affected[56].

If RHIC-EDOM exists, it goes a long way toward providing an earthbound rationale for alien abductions -- or, at least, certain aspects of them. The phenomenon of "missing time" is no longer mysterious. Abductee implants, both intracerebral and otherwise, are explained. And note the reference to "recurring hypnotic state, reinduced automatically by the same radio command." This situation may account for "repeater" abductees who, after their initial encounter, have regular sessions of "missing time" and abduction -- even while a bed-mate sleeps undisturbed.

At present, I cannot claim conclusively that RHIC-EDOM is real. To my knowledge, the only official questioning of a CIA representative concerning these techniques occurred in 1977, during Senate hearings on CIA drug testing. Senator Richard Schweicker had the following interchange with Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, an important MKULTRA administrator:

SCHWEICKER: Some of the projects under MKULTRA involved hypnosis, is that correct?


SCHWEICKER: Did any of these projects involve something called radio hypnotic intracerebral control, which is a combination, as I understand it, in layman's terms, of radio transmissions and hypnosis.

GOTTLIEB: My answer is "No."

SCHWEICKER: None whatsoever?

GOTTLIEB: Well, I am trying to be responsive to the terms you used. As I remember it, there was a current interest, running interest, all the time in what effects people's standing in the field of radio energy have, and it could easily have been that somewhere in many projects, someone was trying to see if you could hypnotize someone easier if he was standing in a radio beam. That would seem like a reasonable piece of research to do.

Schweicker went on to mention that he had heard testimony that radar (i.e.,microwaves) had been used to wipe out memory in animals; Gottlieb responded,

"I can believe that, Senator."[57]

Gottlieb's blandishments do not comfort much. For one thing, the good doctor did not always provide thoroughly candid testimony. (During the same hearing he averred that 99 percent on the CIA's research had been openly published; if so, why are so many MKULTRA subprojects still "dark," and why does the Agency still go to great lengths to protect the identities of its scientists?[58]) We should also recognize that the CIA's operations are compartmentalized on a "need-to-know" basis; Gottlieb may not have had access to the information requested by Schweicker. Note that the MKULTRA rubric circumscribed Gottlieb's statement: RHIC-EDOM might have been the focus of another program. (There were several others: MKNAOMI, MKACTION, MKSEARCH, etc.) Also keep in mind the revelation by "Deep Trance" that the CIA concentrated on psychoelectronics AFTER the termination of MKULTRA in 1963.

Most significantly: RHIC-EDOM is described by both Lawrence and Moore as a product of MILITARY research; Gottlieb spoke only of matters pertaining to CIA. He may thus have spoken truthfully -- at least in a strictly technical sense -- while still misleading the Congressional interlocutors. Personally, I believe that the RHIC-EDOM story deserves a great deal of further research. I find it significant that when Dr. Petter Lindstrom examined X-rays of Robert Naesland, a Swedish victim of brain-implantation, the doctor authoritatively cited WERE WE CONTROLLED? in his letter of response[59]. This is the same Dr. Lindstrom noted for his pioneering use of ultrasonics in neurosurgery[60]. Lincoln Lawrence's book has received a strong endorsement indeed.

Bowart's OPERATION MIND CONTROL contains a significant interview with an intelligence agent knowledgeable in these areas. Granted, the reader has every right to adopt a skeptical attitude toward information culled from anonymous sources; still, one should note that this operative's statements confirm, in pertinent part, Lawrence's thesis[61]. Most importantly: The open literature on brain-wave entrainment and the behavioral effects of electromagnetic radiation substantiates much of the RHIC-EDOM story -- as we shall see.


51. See generally, UFO magazine, Vol. 4, No. 2; especially the interesting contribution by Whitley Strieber.

52. Lawrence, WERE WE CONTROLLED?, 36-37; Anita Gregory, "Introduction to Leonid L. Vasilev's EXPERIMENTS IN DISTANT INFLUENCE," PSYCHIC WARFARE: FACT OR FICTION (editor: John White) (Nottinghamshire: Aquarian, 1988) 34-57.

53. Lawrence, WERE WE CONTROLLED?, 38.

54. Bowart, OPERATION MIND CONTROL, 261-264.

55. Ibid. 263.

56. Lawrence, WERE WE CONTROLLED?, 52.


58. Note especially the Supreme Court's decision in CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY ET Al. V. SIMS, ET AL. (No. 83-1075; decided April 16, 1986). The egregious and dangerous majority opinion in this case held that disclosure of the names of scientists and institutions involved in MKULTRA posed an "unacceptable risk of revealing 'intelligence sources.' The decisions of the [CIA] Director, who must of course be familiar with 'the whole picture,' as judges are not, are worthy of great deference...it is conceivable that the mere explanation of why information must be withheld can convey valuable information to a foreign intelligence agency." How do we square this continuing need for secrecy with the CIA's protestations that MKULTRA achieved little success, that the studies were conducted within the Nueremberg statues governing medical experiments, and that the research was made available in the open literature?

59. Letter, P.A. Lindstrom to Robert Naeslund, July 27, 1983; copy available from Martti Koski, Kiilinpellontie 2, 21290 Rusko, Finland. Lindstrom writes that he fully agrees with Lincoln Lawrence, author of WERE WE CONTROLLED?

60. Bowart, OPERATION MIND CONTROL, 265. I have attempted without success to contact Dr. Lindstrom.

61. Bowart, OPERATION MIND CONTROL, 233-249. This interview was repinted without attribution in a bizarre compendium of UFO rumors called THE MATRIX, compiled by "Valdamar Valerian" (actually John Grace, allegedly a captain working for Air Force intelligence).

Helen Reyes
12-03-2009, 08:23 PM
I saw on a thread on forum.prisonplanet.com that a neighbor saw Clemens return home in Tacoma after the shooting. she was ready to go out and take pictures. by the time she got out the door, there was a green van there and some sort of police people telling her there was nothing to see, he'd got away. It was in a Seattle paper. It was about 4 hours after the shooting.

So far he's gone from being 2 shooters to one, and has been said to be a child rapist, someone who beats up cops regularly, an early parole release in multiple states, a man who thinks he's Jesus Christ and a fervent Black Muslim. It sounds more and more like Hinckley/Chapman. These are just a portion of the discrepancies too, it's much weirder.

It's probably besde the point, but Edom is a term in Qabala as well. The Lost Kingdoms of Edom. That always struck me as an odd coincidence, since it does involve memory and destruction, and mind control of a certain type by ethereal entities, dybbukim.