Mind Control and EM Wave
Polarization Transductions, Part 3 of 3

©Copyright 1999 by T.E. Bearden, USA

    This outstanding article is the last, Part 3, Part I and 2 of which were published in Volume 9, #2 and #3 of Explore! for the Professional.  Because we feel that Col.  Bearden’s Special Note below is so very important we are repeating its publication in all 3 parts of this article. 

Special Note

    This article refers to experimental research techniques which can be detrimental or lethal in the hands of any but highly skilled, qualified experimental scientists proceeding under proper laboratory safety procedures.  The purpose of this article is strictly for information to properly qualified and authorized scientists in certified laboratories.  We do not propose or condone any use of these procedures for nonapproved practice of medicine without a license.  Neither the publisher nor the author are responsible for accidents or outcomes in the use of these experimental procedures and techniques.  Any researcher who performs these procedures and experiments is acting on his or her own volition, and is solely responsible for insuring safety, qualifications, and legality of the acts and their results.  We neither suggest nor condone unauthorized experimentation on human subjects.  Such is a criminal violation of the constitutional rights of the subject under Federal and State laws, and is both illegal and immoral. 

Two Ways to Improve the 
and Experimental Correlates

    We diverge momentarily: If they wish to improve this methodology, they will consider the body dielectric as a nonlinear isotropic medium.  Then they will pretend that the spectrum of difference frequencies between each two adjacent waves is the spectrum of "emissions" from the body.  They would also use those, as if they were actual emitted spectral signals, instead of the actual signals emitted.  That procedure will give superior correlations, but it is more complicated.  Part of that is known for underwater sonar,1 and so our own scientists may or may not have realized it for use in mind and behavior correlate determination with respect to the body dielectric. 
    Another dramatic improvement in the depth to which the correlates can be constructed, is provided by detecting each porthole output in a two-channel device, where one channel has an adjustable time-delay as utilized by Dr. Valerie Hunt.2  The two channels—one real-time and one slightly delayed—are then mixed, as by Hunt's method, producing an instrumental measurement of the chaotic part of the functions.  Again, this can be measured, recorded, and later analyzed.  It adds (i) a completely different kind of thermodynamics in the system measurements, (ii) a dramatically extended set of correlates, (iii) more direct measurement of the time-polarization causative signals, and (iv) an applications technology eventually having many additional degrees of freedom and therefore capable of

achieving many more effects in the targeted bio-organism or groups of them.  With Hunt's method, the system as an open dissipative system far from thermodynamic equilibrium in its environment is being measured as such.  This more directly allows for determination of the environmental inputs on a much broader range of subsystems, both space-like and time-like.  Particularly for mental and emotional correlates to environmental stimuli, such measurements and correlations are essential. 

More Comprehensive Phenomenology Experiments

    To return:  Now the scientists would perform many phenomenology experiments, making one little change at a time and profusely recording the data.  Each time, they would establish the physical change(s) that occur in the body and/or the mental and emotional changes that occur in the mind for each spectral reinsertion back through the "ship's portholes".  They would simply but painstakingly (over some years) build up an extensive database of those individual correlates. 
    In these experiments, the experimenters will eventually be able to provoke any body or mind change they wish.  Strong emotion.  Intense pain.  Intense pleasure.  Painful thoughts.  Images.  Memories.  Perceptions.  Dreams.  Visions.  Memory losses.  Memory changes.  Personality changes.  Etc.  The "delta" in the emission spectrum (the changes from zero reference spectrum) represent the precise totality of all mental, physical, organic, chemical, etc.  changes and interactions. 
    A particularly vulnerable aspect of every mammal is the pleasure center in the brain.  Experiments have shown that, when this center is stimulated, it is the most addictive experience possible.  Rats will forego food, endure electrical shocks, starve, and even die to obtain stimulation of this center.  Obviously a device capable of generating signals that evoke direct stimulation of the pleasure center in humans would be a powerful weapon.3

Extending the Data Base

    See Figure 12.  After the researchers have made an "individual porthole signal insertion" correlate database, then they would make a "two, three, four," porthole signal insertion correlate database by inducing selected multiple changes at once.  Again they would analyze everything; the program would need one or more supercomputers.  It would also require quite a highly qualified multidisciplinary team, extensive facilities, substantial funding, and would be many years in duration.  We are describing a decades-long program.  But it's a doable. 
    With sufficient development and performance of such a program, the researchers would have produced (with sufficient testing and analysis, and sufficient retest validation and verification) a database of "specific correlates for a given overall desired physical, mental, or physical and