TCG Conspiracy Lead Investigator
- Jul 8, 2007
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Physiological effects have been observed in a human subject in response to stimulation of the skin with weak electromagnetic fields that are pulsed with certain frequencies near ½ Hz or 2.4 Hz, such as to excite a sensory resonance. Many computer monitors and TV tubes, when displaying pulsed...patents.google.com
RHIC – EDOM (Radio-Hypnotic Intra-Cerebral Control – Electronic Dissolution of Memory) – Gang Stalking, Mind Control, and Cults
R.H.I.C. (Radio Hypnotic Intra-cerebral Control) is as a tool for control of individual human behavior that involves the application of post-hypnotic-suggestion triggered by radio transmission (Lawrence, 1967). It refers to a recurring hypnotic state, re-induced automatically at intervals by radio control. An individual is first placed under hypnosis, 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. The signal is practiced while he is under hypnosis to “teach” him how to respond. Certain behavior can therefore be “played” (to use Dr. Delgado’s term) over a period of days or even months. Re-introduction can be instituted by the same procedure to continue the control for an unlimited time.
E.D.O.M., or Electronic Dissolution of Memory, enables “controllers” to cause an illusionary distortion of memory that destroys ones’ time orientation. Here’s how E.D.O.M. works: The basis of stored memory is the presence of a neural transmitter substance, aceylocholine, at a synapse which separates one nerve cell from another. E.D.O.M., through the use of radio-waves and ultra-sonic signal tones, suddenly builds up an excess of the transmitter substance so that it cannot transfer excitation from one cell to another. In effect, it blocks the memory of the moment, which is our feeling of momentary time. Thus, it seems to stop time for as long as it is placed in use! E.D.O.M. could therefore be used for a period of several minutes, effectively “erasing” those minutes from the victim’s memory.
In his 1965 paper at the Berkeley Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Professor J. Anthony Deutsch described his work in this field, apparently without awareness of its connection to E.D.O.M. In his talk, “Anti-cholinesterase and Dissolution of Memory,” Deutsch described the loss of memory that occurs due to the administration of a drug which raises acetylcholine levels:
Too much transmitter, like too many cars on a highway, causes a jam and so stops transmission…. An excess of acetylcholine stops transmission across a synapse.”