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: TIs often report that the perps can see what TIs are seeing, as if looking through their victims’ eyes. This involves satellite technology* and Remote Neural Monitoring**.
On 30 April 2012, in an article about enhancements to US Navy uniforms, the UK Newspaper the Daily Mail also revealed one of a range of new ‘cyborg’ technologies under test by the Pentagon. The article stated:
‘Another groundbreaking high-tech military system will allow any soldier in a unit to ‘see’ through the eyes of any of his comrades’.***
On October 11 1999 the BBC News Online Science Editor Dr David Whitehouse reported that ‘a team of US scientists have wired a computer to a cat’s brain and created videos of what the animal was seeing’.****
The article anticipated that ‘It is also conceivable that, given time, it will be possible to record what one person sees and “play it back” to someone else either as it is happening or at a later date’.
Perpetraitors also have the option of looking not only at what you see, but also directly at you from satellites, using laser particle beam technology that allows them to see through walls, roofs, cars etc. This option is more likely to be available to the supervisor. If perpetraitors only have ‘see-through-eyes’ vision, they may be left in the dark if the TI closes both eyes or is in an unlit room. Having both views usually clarifies what is going on, but can create two interpretations of what is happening. Sometimes it can be like two people blindfolded trying to put the tail on the donkey.
*See ‘A New Breed. Satellite Terrorism in America, Dr John Hall, 2009.
** Without any contact with the subject, Remote Neural Monitoring can map out electrical activity from the visual cortex of a subject’s brain and show images from the subject’s brain on a video monitor. http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/scalar_tech/esp_scalartech12.htm.
**** BBC News Online Oct 11, 1999, Looking Through Cats’ Eyes Fuzzy, But Recognizable, Dr. David Whitehouse, A BBC News article reported on the first pictures from an experiment to see through the eyes of a cat. http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/sci/tech/newsid 471000/471786.stm. Source: Cold War Nonconsensual Experiments: The Threat of Neuroweapons and the Danger it will happen again, Cheryl Welsh, J.D., www.mindjustice.com.