Foreign media: US government agencies suspected of accidentally disclosing electromagnetic consciousness control document

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 Foreign media: US government agencies suspected of accidentally disclosing electromagnetic consciousness control document


Overseas network 23 April, foreign media said, the US government counterterrorism agency this week suspected accident leaked part of the remote consciousness control document. According to todays Russian report, the Washington state fusion center is a multi - agency counter-terrorism center. The US News survey website Muckrock submits a request to the agency according to the freedom of information law to obtain information on the agency s white supremacist group and the extreme left activity organization Antifa. However, in the documents they received, there was a message titled electromagnetic influence on the human body. This information contains a clear explanation of the effect of electromagnetic waves on human body. One of the reports said the waves could read and spread a persons ideas, manipulate their limbs, control their dreams, and create a variety of sensations ranging from whole body pain to unconscious response. Another document seems to be explaining how these electromagnetic control weapons can be deployed through a satellite, a mobile phone, or some kind of equipment that is hidden behind a truck. It was reported that the agency did not mention any research on such technology, nor did it explain the source of the image. There is no institutional watermark on the map. It is not clear whether these documents should have been published elsewhere. Otherwise, these files may belong to a staff member, accidentally released. Volkswagen says some of the pictures are from an article in Australian magazine Nexus. The article about Agnew (JohnSt.ClairAgnew) sued the United States National Security Agency (NSA) in 1992, accusing NSA of using electromagnetic technology to secretly harm American citizens, or carry out recessive psychological control actions, causing the manipulators to be diagnosed as psychological diseases. Reported that Agnews prosecution is not known. Historically, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had conducted ideological control experiments through the MKUltra project during the cold war. According to the 1977 Senate hearing, these experiments included the use of hallucinogens, hypnosis and sensory deprivation. Source: overseas network editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526 It was reported that the agency did not mention any research on such technology, nor did it explain the source of the image. There is no institutional watermark on the map. It is not clear whether these documents should have been published elsewhere. Otherwise, these files may belong to a staff member, accidentally released. Volkswagen says some of the pictures are from an article in Australian magazine Nexus. The article about Agnew (JohnSt.ClairAgnew) sued the United States National Security Agency (NSA) in 1992, accusing NSA of using electromagnetic technology to secretly harm American citizens, or carry out recessive psychological control actions, causing the manipulators to be diagnosed as psychological diseases. Reported that Agnews prosecution is not known. Historically, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had conducted ideological control experiments through the MKUltra project during the cold war. According to the 1977 Senate hearing, these experiments included the use of hallucinogens, hypnosis and sensory deprivation.