Monday, October 24, 2005

Increasing fluctuations?

Some interesting news documents have come to light that examine the use of vibrational frequencies during warfare:

In 1991 during the 1st Gulf War Invasion, Britain's ITV News services ran a story titled 'A Psy-Ops Bonanza on the Desert', followed by 'High Tech Psychological Warfare Arrives in the Middle East'...

...according to Lt. Col. David Dean's US report 'Low-Intensity Conflict and Modern Technology'(Maxwell AFB, AL, Washington, DC, Air University Press, Center for Aerospace Doctrine, Research, and Education, 1986. 381p.): 'the potential applications of artificial electromagnetic fields are wide ranging and can be used in many military or quasi-military operations'.

Further, in 1997 the then US Secretary of Defense William S Cohen, at a keystone address at the 'Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and US Strategy' (April 28th), stated that: 'Others are engaging even in an eco-type terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves'. - Does this then imply that some foul-play is at hand during recent geological catastrophic upheavals?

And how will all this affect human brains since it has now been discovered, by scientists at Caltech, that there are 'tiny magnetic particles in the brains of humans, similar to those that have been found in other animals' (cited in LA Times - 'Caltech Scientists Find Particles in Human Brains' - May 12th, 1992). Humans are thus proven to be very susceptible to electromagnetic radiation and pulses.

And how will the increased use of consumer technology affect this?

For now, I can only stress the need for each individual to 'ground themself' in their daily lives. Our own internal 'magnetism' and coherent resonance must be bolstered daily through being mindful, and less emotionally unstable in the face of 'environmental fluctuations' (however, and in whatever form, these may arrive).

The future seems full of potential, as well as being filled with much instability and pending chaos.

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