This is a listing of various technologies available
which can be combined for use in direct or subliminal mind-control
systems. Please note that these are mainly private inventions intended
for positive uses, but could be applied for negative purposes as
well. We have no idea what the government may have in classified
research. [This listing has been considerably edited due to space
Silent Subliminal Presentation System, US Patent
#5,159,703, Oliver Lowery, October 27, 1992. A silent communications
system in which non- aural carriers in the very low or very high
audio-frequency range, or in the adjacent ultrasonic frequency spectrum,
are amplitude-modulated with the desired intelligence and propagated
acoustically or vibrationally for inducement into the brain.
Hearing System, US Patent #4,877,027, Wayne Brunkan,
October 31, 1989. A method for directly inducing sound into the
head of a person, using microwaves in the range of 100 MHz to 10,000
MHz, modulated with a waveform of frequency- modulated bursts.
Psycho-Acoustic Projector, US Patent #3,568,347,
Andrew Flanders, February 23, 1971. A system for producing aural
psychological disturbances and partial deafness in the enemy during
Noise Generator and Transmitter, US Patent #4,034,741,
Guy Adams and Jess Carden, Jr, July 12, 1977. An analgesic noise-generator.
Method and System for Altering Consciousness, US
Patent #5,123,899, James Gall, June 23, 1992. A system for altering
the states of human consciousness involving the use of simultaneous
application of multiple stimuli, preferably sounds, having differing
Subliminal Message Generator, US Patent #5,270,800,
Robert Sweet, December 14, 1993. A combined subliminal and supraliminal
message generator for use with a television receiver; permits complete
control of subliminal messages and their presentation. Also applicable
to cable television and computers.
Superimposing Method and Apparatus Useful for Subliminal
Messages, US Patent #5,134,484, Joseph Wilson, July 28, 1992. Method
of Changing a Person's Behaviour,
US Patent O4,717,343, Alan Densky, January 5, 1988.
A method of conditioning a person's unconscious mind in order to
effect desired change in the person's behaviour, and which does
not require the services of a trained therapist.
Auditory Subliminal Message System and Method, US
Patent #4,395,600, Rene Lundy and David Tyler, July 26, 1983. An
amplitude-controlled subliminal message may be mixed with background
Auditory Subliminal Programming System, US Patent
#4,777,529, Richard Schultz and Raymond Dolejs, October 11, 1988.
Apparatus for Inducing Frequency Reduction in Brain
Wave, US Patent #4,834,70l, Kazumi Masaki, May 30, 1989.
Ultrasonic Speech Translator and Communication
System, US Patent #5,539,705, M. A. Akerman, Curtis Ayers, Howard
Haynes, July 23, 1996. A wireless communication system, undetectable
by radio-frequency methods, for converting audio signals, including
human voice, to electronic signals in the ultrasonic frequency range,
transmitting the ultrasonic signal by way of acoustic pressure waves
across a carrier medium, including gases, liquids and solids, and
reconverting the ultrasonic acoustic pressure waves back to the
original audio signal. This invention was made with government support
under Contract DE-ACO5-840R2l400, awarded by the US Department of
Energy to Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc.
Non-Audible Speech Generation Method and Apparatus,
US Patent #4,821,326, Norman MacLeod, April 11, 1989.
Apparatus for Electrophysiological Stimulation,
US Patent #4,227,516, Bruce Meland and Bernard Gindes, October 14,
Method and Recording for Producing Sounds and Messages
to Achieve Alpha and Theta Brainwave States and Positive Emotional
States in Humans, US Patent #5,352,181, Mark Davis, October 4, l994.
Method and Apparatus for Translating the EEG into
Music to Induce and Control Various Psychological and Physiological
States and to Control a Musical Instrument, US Patent #4,883,067,
Knispel et. al., November 28, 1989.
Method of and Apparatus for Inducing Desired States
of Consciousness, US Patent #5.356,368, Robert Monroe, October 18,
1994. Improved methods and apparatus for entraining human brain
patterns, employing frequency-following-response (FFR) techniques
and facilitating attainment of desired states of consciousness.
Method of Inducing Mental. Emotional and Physical
States of Consciousness, including Specific Mental Activity, in
Human Beings, US Patent #5,213,562, Robert Monroe, May 25, 1993.
Device for the Induction of Specific Brain Wave
Patterns, US Patent #4,335,710, John Williamson, June 22, 1982.
Brainwave patterns associated with relaxed and meditative states
in a subject are gradually induced without deleterious chemical
or neurologic side effects.
Method and Apparatus for Repetitively Producing
a Noise-like Audible Signal, US Patent #4,191,175, William Nagle,
March 4, 1980.
Apparatus for the Treatment of Neuropsychic and
Somatic Diseases with Heat, Light, Sound and VHF Electromagnetic
Radiation, US Patent #3,773,049, L. Y. Rabichev, V. F. Vasiliev,
A. S. Putilin, T. G. Ilina, P. V. Raku and L. P. Kemitsky, November
20, 1973. Don't let the nice title fool you. This is the patent
for LIDA, the infamous Soviet brainwashing machine.
Non-Invasive Method and Apparatus for Modulating
Brain Signals through an External Magnetic or Electric Field to
Reduce Pain, US Patent #4,889,526, Elizabeth Rauscher and William
Van Bise, December 26, 1989.
Nervous System Excitation Device, US Patent #3,393,279,
Gillis Patrick Flanagan, July 16, 1968. A method of transmitting
audio information via a radio frequency signal modulated with the
audio info through electrodes placed on the subject's skin, causing
the sensation of hearing the audio information in the brain.
Method and System for Simplifying Speech Waveforms,
US Patent #3,647,970, G. Patrick Flanagan, March 7, 1972. A complex
speech waveform is simplified so that it can be transmitted directly
through earth or water as a waveform and understood directly or
Means for Aiding Hearing, US Patent #2,995,633,
Henry Puharich and Joseph Lawrence, August 8, 1961. Means for converting
audible signals to electrical signals and conveying them to viable
nerves of the facial system.
Means for Aiding Hearing by Electrical Stimulation
of the Facial Nerve System, US Patent #3,170,993, Henry Puharich,
February 23, 1965.
Hearing Device, US Patent #4,858,612, , Philip
Stocklin, August 22, 1989. A method and apparatus for simulation
of hearing in mammals by introduction of a plurality of microwaves
into the regions of the auditory cortex.