How does a woman's body know how to grow a baby? It just knows. In the same way, our bodies know how to respond to energy whether or not our minds comprehend anything about the science of it.
See this pdf of the various frequencies and how they affect our brains.
The invisible energy enters our body and affects our various systems.
When the limbic system was stimulated the patients vigilance weakened, they lost capacity to think, often they began to undress or grope and when the stimulation stopped they did not remember it. SOURCE
The limbic system affects behavior and memory.
The patient Roger was studied extensively. He suffered extensive bilateral limbic system destruction after a bout of herpes simplex virus type 1 encephalitis (HSE). Scientists studied him for over 14 years.
"Despite the magnitude of his brain damage, Roger has a normal IQ, average to above average attention, working memory, and executive functioning skills, and very good speech and language abilities. In fact, his only obvious presenting deficits are a dense global amnesia and a severe anosmia and ageusia."
A patient of average intelligence, working memory, executive functioning, and language abilities, whose ONLY obvious problem is that he can't remember what happened in the past. A serious illness caused severe brain inflammation. The inflammation caused some of his brain tissue to die. Quite a lot of brain tissue.
Roger was a normal child and young adult -- college educated, athletic, friendly, quiet, reserved. At age 28 he developed a high fever, nausea, and an intense headache. An ER doctor diagnosed him with influenza and sent him home. Friends found him unconscious days later. He remained in a coma for 9 days. He recovered, sort of.
How do the scientists describe Roger, who they studied for 14 years?
Little has changed for Roger over the past 28 years.
- He has virtually no episodic memories for anything that has happened in three decades. He cannot remember 9/11. When shown pictures, he speculates that the Russians are attacking America.
- He confabulates, ie: he makes statements that are not true / inaccurate. "Confabulation is considered “honest lying,” but is distinct from lying because there is typically no intent to deceive and the individual is unaware that their information is false." Wikipedia
- He has extremely poor insight into his own condition.
- He downplays his own problems despite the profound affect they have had on his life (ie: he is completely dependent on others).
- He eats voraciously.
- He compulsively collects useless things.
- He plays solitaire, listens to music (he has an unusual ability to remember artists and B sides of songs), and is an excellent bowler.
- He hardly ever complains or worries about anything.
- He is happy, outgoing, extroverted, approaching strangers without fear or concern for social cues.
- He has a defective memory for faces, having great difficulty distinguishing familiar people from strangers.
- He routinely jokes, laughs and makes excellent puns. He is in a perpetual good mood.
- He is jocular and speaks freely, without filtering his thoughts.
- His personality and intelligence are remarkably stable, having changed little in 14 years of testing.
- He is compliant and easy going, earnest, attentive, and hard working.
- His working memory, executive functioning, and attention are normal.
- He has no depression, no anxiety, no psychiatric problems, and no psychopathology.
- He has no sense of smell or taste.
To be clear, Roger has massive brain damage.
"Most people who meet Roger for the first time have no idea that anything is wrong. They see a normal looking middle-aged man who walks, talks, listens, and acts no differently than the average person. They might be slightly taken aback by his overly friendly behavior, or perhaps, they might be confused as to why a stranger just walked up to them and started telling jokes. They would not, however, be inclined to think that Roger is missing a substantial portion of his brain; a stark reminder that the territories of Roger's brain which are damaged, including the limbic system, are not critical for a broad range of basic life functions and behaviors."Despite his massive brain damage, Roger can "pass" for normal on first impression, but he is dependent on others. Roger is not stressed out because Roger does not remember anything that would stress him out. He is simple.
He is a very PLEASANT and COMPLIANT person, free of WORRY and ANXIETY.
Free of INTROSPECTION.
Free of troublesome MEMORIES.
Does he sound like some people you know?
The scientists learned a lot by studying Roger.
Did the scientists discover how to make people pleasant, compliant, free of worry and anxiety, free of introspection?
Perhaps some scientists discovered that damaging the limbic system makes people easier to control?
Roger has massive brain damage. But what if people had just a "little" brain damage? Is that possible? Is that feasible? Is that ethical?
Would a "little" damage to the limbic system, for instance, make it difficult for people to remember things that happened in the past?
Would constant reminders be helpful in shaping memory, allowing some events to remain important while others faded away? Would this help keep people easy to control?
Would a "little" brain damage make people simpler and more compliant?
Would they still work hard, play hard, and be largely free of anxiety and introspection?
Are you smelling what we're stepping on here?
Roger's brain necrosis was caused by inflammation. Adjuvants in vaccines also cause brain inflammation. Does a "little" brain damage make people easier to control? Can a "little" brain damage be caused by vaccines? Can a "little" brain damage be arranged for large numbers of people?
'I think this is a very hard choice, but the price, we think, the price is worth it.'
What about radio frequency research? Has the military researched the science of controlling people through radio frequencies for many decades? Can these technologies cause or mimic a "little" brain damage?
The Office of Naval Research has been collecting scientific reports on the biological effects of RFR since 1974. At present time their collection is growing by over 1000 papers each year.
The great majority of published experiments was performed on animals. The experiments with people (as we will see later) are reserved to secret military projects.
Our understanding comes from what we remember + what we forget.
Do not leave important decisions about what to remember and what to forget in the hands of others.
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