CNN Special Report 1985 Electromagnetic Frequency Weapons For Mind Control
In 1985 CNN special reports hosted by Chuck DeCaro presents the early use of Radio Frequency devices in the military and testing it’s use for remote human behavior control. The scientists interviewed which include Dr. Robert Becker and Dr. Ross Adey show how electromagnetic fields and radio frequencies were tested as weapons of war against both machines and humans as well as counter terrorism efforts during the Cold War. At the time Russia was at the forefront of this technology with a device since the 1960’s called the LIDA machine on psychiatric patients to alter moods and behaviors by emitting pulsed EMF, heat, sound and flashing lights as a form of mind control. “Certain kinds of weak electromagnetic signals work exactly like drugs” stated a government scientist to CNN.
Similar work by Dr. Jose Delgado achieved behavioral mind control via radio frequencies aimed at the brains of animals and humans. Delving further into the segment reveals the testing of EMF and RF for inducing hallucinations, manipulating judgement, altering brain function and intellect.
CNN Special Report 1985 Electromagnetic Frequency Weapons: CNN Special Report of 1985 about Electromagnetic Frequency Weapons name
“Weapons of War, Is there an RF Gap?” with Elizabeth Rauscher, William
van Bise and Chuck DeCaro.
Microwave News coverage of the LIDA machine
“.Last month, newspapers across the country ran an AP story on the Soviet “Lida” machine being tested at the VA Hospital in Loma Linda, CA. The Lida uses low frequency radiation to tranquilize experimental subjects. Dr. Ross Adey is quoted as saying, “It looks as though instead of taking Valium when you want to relax yourself, it would be possible to achieve a similar result, probably in a safer way” with radio waves….If you are thinking about investing in the companies that market electri- cal devices to regenerate bones, take a look at Richard Regis’s “Electrifying Growth” in the May 16Barren’s. Regis describes the various players (Electro-Biology, Telectronics, Biomagnetics, Elcctromedical Products among others) competing in what has become a high stakes, competitive market, and the patent wars that are raging among them…” Microwave News June 1983
Patent: Soviet Union LIDA machine