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“The Mind Has No Firewall” by Timothy L. Thomas in “Parameters”, US Army War College Quarterly, Spring 1998.
Here is a quote from the document linked above:
“There is confirmation from US researchers that this type of study is going on. Dr. Janet Morris, coauthor of The Warrior’s Edge, reportedly went to the Moscow Institute of Psychocorrelations in 1991. There she was shown a technique pioneered by the Russian Department of Psycho-Correction at Moscow Medical Academy in which researchers electronically analyze the human mind in order to influence it. They input subliminal command messages, using key words transmitted in “white noise” or music. Using an infra-sound, very low frequency transmission, the acoustic psycho-correction message is transmitted via bone conduction.[13]” (emphasis mine)
Keep in mind that it has been about 15 years since that document was written.
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The Mind Has No Firewall, Timothy L. Thomas, Mind Control, Information Control, Information Warfare, Psychology, subconscious perception, psyche, psychotronic war, infrasound, psychoterrorism, acoustic weapons, acoustic psycho-correction, key words, subliminal command messages
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Comments on: "“The Mind Has No Firewall”, by Timothy L. Thomas" (3)

  1. They are still doing this today but with higher technology.

    • Yeah… I know…. and long before this, they were using implants… Delgado was doing research on brain stimulation since the 1950s. But, before that, they’ve been using metaphysical technologies to control people. It is seriously sick & disgusting.

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