While I attending counseling psychology school and then working on a Ph.D. in psychology, I never heard of the weapons I have offered as a few examples below. These only scratch the surface of weapons technology that I have studied in year’s past. They are old and outdated even. But all counselors should know about these since there are more people who have reported health deterioration, and having psychiatric issues, that they attribute to “hearing voices”, or “being targeted” by “perps” that use some of these frequency waves to harm them.
If counselors have never studied these weapons, how can they provide assistance to someone who is really ailing in their suffering by what they believe to be targeting by frequency waves that cannot be seen? Would a counselor know what to do? What if some of the things these people are saying are, in fact, true, and they’ve been discounted for years by their psychiatric treatment, or their counselors that they rely on to help them?
Microwave hearing and radio frequency waves were not subjects covered in the curriculum during the late 1990’s when I attended school.
Since many of the people I have talked to along my travels have often told me about such weapons, I didn’t have time to study them, beyond creating a website that I started which had research articles about bio-weapons in the event that I had to know something about what may have been happening to people, including myself.
In fact, I was concerned enough about my own health that I founded a 501(c)3 non-profit many years ago, in the state of Ohio that revolved around research, support and understanding about what might be happening to these people around the world.
My purpose here on this page is to bring to people’s attention to the fact of those many thousands, possibly, or even more if you look at the U.S. alone, who have said they were “under attack” by “perps” and having difficulty thinking, sleeping, concentrating, focusing, keeping calm, or being believed, were not entirely out of the minds. It may be that the field of mental health knows nothing about these technologies or weapons, and are unable to explore these, or hold a normal conversation with someone who thinks they may be “targeted” by such technologies.
I give you examples of frequency wave abstracts and articles that I could easily find online within minutes, below.
As a former mental health clinician who has migrated over to the Christian biblical counseling perspective of human psychology, I have to ask why counseling, whether secular or Christian, has not looked enough at weapons of this type to enhance their treatments, support and healing of clients who talk to them about this issue?
“…a device that would operate at a distance and would deliver a message that only a single person could hear.”
by Sharon Weinberger (12/21/2007).
“LRAD systems are used for long range communications in a variety of applications”…
“The hearing apparatus commonly responds to airborne or bone-conducted acoustic or sound pressure waves in the audible frequency range.”
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL 60607-7053, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org (6/2007).
“The human auditory response to pulses of radiofrequency (RF) energy, commonly called RF hearing, is a well established phenomenon.”
Motorola Florida Research Laboratories, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33322, USA. email@example.com (2003).
“Radiofrequency (RF) energy has been reported to cause a variety of ocular effects, primarily cataracts but also effects on the retina, cornea, and other ocular systems.”
Motorola Florida Research Laboratories, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33322, USA.Joe.Elder@motorola.com (2003).
“As with all wireless technologies radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) are used to provide the connectivity.”
Jack Rowley, Senior Director Research & Sustainability, GSMA (10/5/2017).
‘”microwave hearing” – sounds that may include buzzing, ticking, hissing, or knocking that originate within the head.”
Lisa Zyga (2/18/208).