March 10, 2014 by Jethro Valdez
Because mind control technology is in large part classified, statements and official documents from “higher authority” as to the state of the art are lacking.
However, despite this limitation, one can perhaps arrive at a reasonable understanding of approximate covert capabilities by examining the most sophisticated public research, such as that of Michael Persinger, cognitive neuroscience researcher and professor at Laurentian University in Ontario.
Significant aspects of Persinger’s work relate directly to the feasibility of “electromagnetic” mind control directed at targeted individuals or populations, and are thus a continuation of research that went dark in the 1970s — research suggesting that remote electromagnetic energy fields could be used to “influence” the brain. Read More