Frequencies and their effects

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Jan 8, 2008, 1:15:46 PM1/8/08
Open Letter from Barrie Trower:

To whom it may concern...

The Communications Industry, because of its usefulness to Government,
Finance, Intelligence gathering and Warfare, is really in the position
where it is spiralling out of any person's ability to control it, with
regard to advancing technology.

Initially, all systems "pulsed". However, when it was realised that
stealth microwave warfare relies on entrainment of a brain from such
pulses, now being used as a domestic instrument, the pulses had to be
re-named as "modulations". The difference between them is
infinitesimally small, but the effect is just the same. Only the name
has changed.

I believe that this explains the dramatic changes in behaviour we are
now witnessing - group suicides, disruption in schools, aggression and
so on.

Over the years, I have compiled a list of known entrainment responses
(followed by long-term potentiation) from these microwaves. It should
be appreciated that each person will respond slightly differently,
although the same area of brain/temporal/amygdaloid
temporal/parotid/etc., will remain the same.

Per second/
Possible Result

>>1 Heartbeat Rhythm
1-3 Sleep
Paranoia/Hallucinations/Amnesia/Illusions/Drowsiness 'Absent' Feeling
6-7 Depression/Suicidal
Feelings/Visual Distortion/Confusion
8-11 Cannot Relax/Feeling Unwell/Unhappy
11-13 Anger/Manic Behaviour/Problems
with Movement/Flashes/Loss of Appetite
14-18 Small Seizures/Disturbed
Orientation/Auditory/Visual Hallucinations
18+ Inability to make
decisions/Sensory problems (sight/touch/sound)
24+** Confusion/Flickering/flashing
35+ Mania/Hyperactivity
40+ Anxiety/Sleep
disturbance/Reaction time slowed/Unable to make decisions

** It is worth mentioning that a mobile phone with a pulse/modulation
frequency of 25 could act directly on visual sight (if being held at
head), or heartbeat (if in a chest pocket). A frequency of 25 can
disrupt both visual and heart neurotransmitters.

Clearly a susceptible person may have any combination of these.
Electrosensitive persons may recognise many of their own symptoms. My
work on electrosensitivity and the brain can be found on <>

I think the problem is that young Governments and young communications
engineers have no knowledge of Cold War warfare and don't know who to
ask; even if they did, the Government would probably be in denial. The
situation is a mess, made worse by greed.

If anyone would like clarification of any of the foregoing, or I can
help in any way, please let me know.

Barrie Trower
3 Flowers Meadow
TQ12 6UP

01626 821014

From Mast Sanity/Mast Network

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