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SAVAGES
,SCIENCES
and
BRAIN-COMPUTER SYSTEMS

"IT IS IN THE POTENTIAL TO OBSERVE WHAT A PERSON SEES, FEELS AND THINKS, TO SCRUTINISE HIS BEHAVIOUR AND EVEN TRACE THE CAUSALITY OF HIS CONSCIOUS DECISIONS, AS WELL AS HIS PSYCHOLOGICAL AND UNCONSCIOUS STATES."

Savages is a 100-page report on inter-linking of the human brain with state computers via radio communication - unlimited possibilities research projects and its history - chronicling 50 years of scientific activity behind the bastions of power. This is a factual account of the development that the state most of all wants to keep the general public ignorant of the technique which to a greater extent will change our life-circumstances and alter people's relationship to the authorities.

The implants that doctors place in the brain and heads of patients while under anaesthetic on the operating table, operates with wave lengths close to the microwave part of the electromagnetic spectrum. This is also documented in the included extracts of the scientific paper entitled

"Telemetry is coming of age."

SAVAGES - AN INVALUABLE SOURCE FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO GAIN A DEEPER KNOWLEDGE OF THE MOST SENSATIONAL TECHNOLOGY EVER CREATED BY MAN-
BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERACTION OR MIND CONTROL.

"THE RESEARCHERS EXPLAIN THAT THE TECHNOLOGY OPERATES AT INTERNATIONAL DISTANCES, AND IT IS VERIFIED THAT THE RADIO MATERIALS MICROCHIPS, ELECTRODES, MINI TRANSMITTERS ETC. ARE OPERATIVE FOR LIFE."

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"The purpose of biomedical telemetry is to monitor or study animals and humans with minimal disturbance to their normal activity. This have been done during a variety of situations including sleeping, loving, working, eating, lecturing and diving."

TELEMETRY IS COMING OF AGE

 

"ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS THAT CAN BE IMPLANTED TOTALLY WITHIN THE BODY HAVE PROGRESSED IN THE LAST 20 YEARS FROM SINGLE E TRANSISTOR. DEVICES TO COMPLEX MUITIFUNCTlON DEVICES W'ITH INTEGRATED CIRCUITS THAT CAN ALSO INCORPORATE MEMORY AND MICROPROCESSOR LOGIC FUNCTIONS."

SURVEY OF IMPLANTABLE MICROELECTRONICS

"Of all the dictatorships espoused by utopists, this is the most profound, and incipient dictators might well find in this utopia a guidebook of political practise."

PROFESSOR B.F. SKINNER

 

"Carter Collins produced (1964) the world's smallest telemetry transistor, in connection with his doctorate at Berkley. These coils could be mounted in a small plastic bubble, 2 mm in diameter and 1 mm thick."

TELEMETRY IS COMING OF AGE

"It would be ironic indeed if science, which was granted, and is granted, the freedom to invent weapons of total distruction, where not granted a similar freedom to invent methods of controlling the humans who wield them."

The use of electronics, 1972

 

"WE CAN CHOOSE TO USE OUR GROWING KNOWLEDGE TO ENSLAVE PEOPLE IN WAYS NEVER DREAMED OF BEFORE, DEPERSONILAZING THEM, CONTROLLING THEM BY MEANS SO CAREFULLY SELECTED THAT THEY WILL PERHAPS NEVER BE AWARE OF THEIR LOSS OF PERSONHOOD."

PROFESSOR CARL R. ROGERS, "SCIENCE"

The computers are threatening to fall into the hands of an elite who will use them to increase their powers at the expense of the masses.

The Swedish title "Manipulation of Man"

Tom Selander, MA.

 

Bio-telemetry encompasses the transmission of data by surgically implanted transmitters. The technology has been developed quite extensively in medical research.

P.M. Persson. the Swedish Defense Research Institution (FOA) of informatlon technology.

The use of telemetry and telestimulation comprises almost a dialogue between the brain and the experimenter

Bio-Telemetry,
Stuart Maakey, M.D.

 

Today, there are significantlly more advanced methods for the covert gathering and processing of personal data of the inhabitants.

Swedish State Inquiry 5OU 1 98 7: 74.

 

Techniques are being developed for the investigation and manipulation of man. Two-way communication with the depth of the brain makes it possib1e to send and receive information to, and from the brain... We can start, stop or modify a variety of autonomic, somatic behavioral, and mental manifestations. We can experiment with intra cerebral mechanisms responsible for the onset and maintenance of specific behavioural and mental functions.. As no batteries are used, the life of the transmitter is indefinate.Power and information are supplied by radio frequencies.

Pychiatric research report, "Man's Intervention in Intercerebral Functions", by Depertment of Psychiatry, Yale Unversity, USA

Cybernetics

Cybernetics in Greek, the original language, denote steersman, the word coined by the american scientist Norbert Wiener 1948 in the title with the same name to form the possibilities of computers,

cy-ber-net-ics/
science of control and commmuniction, esp. concerned with interfacing the human brain, biological systems and computers.

 

SOVIET ARE ATTEMPING TO DEVELOP A TECHNOLOGY FOR CONTROLLING BEHAVIORAL PATTERNS AMONG THE CITIZENRY OF THE USSR IN ACCORDANCE WITH POLITICALLY DETERMINED REQUIREMENTS OF THE SYSTEM.

CIA-document to the Warren Commission l964.

For only by understanding more of what happens to victims and survivors and of what motivates victimizers, can we begin to imagine the future holocaust that threatens us, and thereby take steps to avoid them.

The US Professor Robert Jay Lifton

 

"Motion, emotion and behavior can be directed by electrical forces and human can be controlled like robots by push buttons...However, when one begins to implant endoradiosondes subcutaneously or to control actions through electrical stimulation of the brain, one runs into a particularly troublesome objection, which is often included within the scope of "privacy", although perhaps it should be separately named as the "human dignity" or "sacred vessel of the spirit" argument."

The use of electronics, 1972

"Carter Collins produced (1964) the world's smallest telemetry transistor, in connection with his doctorate at Berkeley. These coils could be mounted in a small plastic bubble, 2 mm in diameter and 1 mm thick."

Telemetry is coming of age, 1983

 

"IT WILL BE POSSIBLE TO EXERCISE CONTROL OVER HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND FROM A DISTANCE WITHOUT PHYSICAL CONTACT."

The use of electronics, 1972

It is believed that a system of field distortion monitoring is capable of yielding pertient and significant physiologic information without any direct contact with the subject. These fields may come from alternating current (A.C.) power source or electrical machinery...lt is even possible to monitor the activities of fish under water...lt would also be valuable for monitoring laboratory animals under experimental conditions since data can be obtained without any restriction of the animal less artifact will be introduced."

Telemetry on man without attached sensors, 1967

 

"Our search led to the development of a cannula that could be implanted into a predetermined target site and through which chemical transmitters could be introduced directly into the brain."

STEREOTAXIC IMPLANTION OF ELECTRODES IN THE HUMAN BRAIN. 1975.

"ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS THAT CAN BE IMPLANTED TOTALLY WITHIN THE BODY HAVE PROGRESSED IN THE LAST 20 YEARS FROM SINGLE TRANSISTOR. DEVICES TO COMPLEX MULTIFUNCTION DEVICES WITH INTEGRATED CIRCUIT THAT CAN ALSO INCORPORATE MEMORY AND MICROPROCESSOR LOGIC FUNCTlONS,"

SURVEY OF IMPLANTABLE MICROELECTRONICS, l98I

"In five or six years - by 1988 or thereabouts - portable, quasi-human brains, made of silicon or gallium arsenide will be commonplace. They will be an intelligent electronic race, working as partners with the human race."

Simbionic technology, 1983

 

"The technique of telemetric control of human beings, offers the possibility of regulating behavior with precision on a subconscious level, and avoiding the cruelty of depriving man of his subjective sense of freedom."

The use of electronics, 1972

"The computer in this case, weighing the probabilities, would come to a decision and alert the police or parole officer so that they could hasten to the scene; or, if the subject were equipped with an implanted radiotelemeter, it could transmit an electrical signal which could block further action by the subject by causing him to forget or abandon his project."

The use of electronics, 1972

 

"LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE IT MAY BE PREDICTED THAT TELERECORDING AND TELESTIMULATION OF THE BRAIN WILL BE WIDELY USED. IN THE PRESENT AGE, WHEN WE ARE IN RADIO CONTACT WITH DISTANT PARTS OF THE WORLD AND WITH OUTER SPACE, IT SEEMS RESONABLE THAT WE CAN ESTABLISH DIRECT COMMUNICATION ALSO WITH THE INNER SPACE OF THE BRAIN. FEARS HAVE BEEN EXPRESSED THAT THIS NEW TECHNOLOGY BRINGS WITH IT THE THREAT OF POSSIBLE UNWANTED AND UNETHICAL REMOTE CONTROL OF THE CEREBRAL ACTIVITIES OF MAN BY OTHER MEN..."

RADIO STIMULATION OF THE BRAIN 1969

"TRANSMISSION OF DATA FROM AN ANIMAL OR HUMAN SUBJECT IS THE MOST COMMON APPLICATION OF TELEMETRY, BUT TRANSMISSION TO THE SUBJECT FOR CONTROL PURPOSES IS ANOTHER FORM OF TELEMETRY OFTEN USED."

A REVIEW OF IMPLANT TELEMETRY SYSTEMS, 1974

 

"Radio frequency energy is the most commonly used link between biotelemeter (the subject) and receiver. It is now common use to send data between two sites via satellite."

Telemetry is coming of age, 1983

"THE EQUIPMENT OF SYSTEMS FOR. TELEMETERING INFORMATION FROM SENSORS IMPLANTED IN OR ON THE BODY WILL SOON MAKE POSSIBLE THE OBSERVATION AND CONTROL OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR. WITHOUT ACTUAL PHYSICAL CONTACT."

THE USE OF ELECTRONICS IN THE OBSERVATION AND CONTROL. 1972

 

"For example, though the diameter of a human blood cell is eight microns (thousands of a millimeter), some two micron diameter components are now reported in use - and experimental work with bio-chips continues with parts a half micron or less."

Symbionic Technology, 1983.

"Artificial vision might be provided by a visual prosthesis which would bypass the eye and optic nerve, providing direct electrical stimulation of the brain. The purpose of this system is to enable a blind person to see well enough to be able to move about safely, and to be able to read at useful speeds."

A computer-based brain stimulation system, 1976.

 

"A new system of biomedical monitoring, still in the formative stages of development...ln theory, the system utilizes distortion effects created within an electromagnetic field. Many potential uses for this technique have been found, including long-term monitoring without skin damage from electrodes."

Telemetry on man without attached sensors 1967

"Tapping the energy of the body within which the implant is placed, represent's the ultimate in an inexhaustible energy source for implant electronic systems."

A review of implant telemetry systems, 1974.

 

"WE CAN CHOOSE TO USE OUR GROWING KNOWLEDGE TO ENSLAVE PEOPLE IN WAYS NEVER DREAMED OF BEFORE, DEPERSONILAZING THEM, CONTROLLING THEM BY MEANS SO CAREFULLY SELECTED THAT THEY WILL, PERHAPS NEVER BE AWARE OF THEIR LOSS OF PERSONHOOD."

PROFESSOR CARL R. ROGERS, SCIENCE, 1956

"The brain has been mapped in many ways by modern physiologists. They have located the sensory and motor systems and the seats of many kinds of behaviour centres where message of sight, sound, touch and action are received and interpreted."

PLEASURE CENTERS INTHE BRAIN 1956

 

"The experiments took place at the Good Samaritan Hospital in February or march 1874. The method of procedure was proposed to consist intentative experiments with both galvanic and feradic currents on different parts of the brain.... Bartholow inserted needles at various points along the exposed brain substance, through the meninges and into the brain itself."

JOURNAL OF MEDICNE, 1982

"Electrical stimulation as a tool to explore functional localisation in the human brain became powerful in the hands of Neurological surgeons. Fedor Krause (1857 - 1937), who is considered by the founder of Neurosurgery in Germany, made the first systematic mapping of his patients brains."

ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE HUMAN BRAIN 1982

 

"IN ANIMALS AND IN MAN THE INSIDE OF THE BRAIN IS A LIKE AN OCEAN THROUGH WHICH WE CAN NAVIGATE WITHOUT VISIBILITY.... CEREBRAL MAPS HAVE BEEN COMPILED, ORIENTED ACCORDING TO STEREOTAXIC CO-ORDINATES WHICH PERMITS THE BLIND PLACEMENT OF ELECTRODES WITHIN ANY DESIRED STRUCTURE."

MAN'S INTERVENTION IN INTRACEREBRAL FUNCTIONS 1967

"Of all the dictatorships espoused by utopists, this is the most profound, and incipient dictators might well find in this utopia a guide-book of political practise."

Professor B.F. Skinner, Science, 1956

"it also means that if it is necessary to set up an elite group which is free, then this shows all to clearly that the great majority are only the slaves, no matter by what high-sounding name we call them."

Professer Carl R. Rogers, Science, 1956

 

 

"The computer make all who come within their province reasonable targets for surveillance. The new, softer forms of control are helping to create a society in which people are permanently under suspicion and surveillance... There is nowhere to run or to hide. A citizen's ability to evade this surveillance is diminishing. There is no escape from the prying eyes and ears and whirring data-processing machines of government."

I'll be watching you

GaryMarx American Sociologicol Association, 1984

 

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