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August 27, 2017

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In This Issue
NEW CITIZENSAHT TI SHOP NOW OPEN-makes it easier to order!
TI TESTIMONIES:  Submit and share your stories for this column.
IMPORTANT!:  Bryan Kofron Interview
SHIELDING:  Foam Cushions
PATENT:  Why do they want you to vibrate?
SURVEILLANCE:  With Devices and Without Devices
SURVEILLANCE:  Ultra-Wideband transmitter 744 MHz bandwidth
SURVEILLANCE:  Short-range radar imaging with ultra-wideband
SURVEILLANCE:  MIMO-SAR based Ultra-Wide Imaging
VIDEO:  Premature Sheep in Grow Bag
ARTICLE:  Body Control
TI HEALTH: What your Brain Needs to Get a Good Night's Sleep
HEALTH:  Relax with Soothing Music
ENVIRONMENT: Polluted Food 
ACTIVIST:  Mike Mason
ACTIVIST:  Dr. Millicent Black
Activism/Support Groups
SHIELDING:  Linqstat
TI TESTIMONIES:  Submit and share your stories for this column.
I woke up the morning of 9-7-2015 and had an injection mark between my breasts.  The area was sore and there was a puncture wound. I have received many covertly implanted electronic devices in my body and receive covert injections while I am sleeping.
Later that morning I had a doctor's appointment. I checked in with the receptionist. I was sitting in the waiting room and I realized I had lost my debit card. I went outside to look on the sidewalk. The receptionist was sitting on a picnic table outside using her phone like phone stalkers do. As I walked out, she got up and walked toward the parking lot, staring at her phone, punching buttons, not talking or making a phone call.  I found my debit card laying on the sidewalk. I must have dropped it going in the doctor's office.
I went back in and sat in the waiting room, waiting for my appointment.  The receptionist came back in.  A few seconds later, my head started feeling really hot.  I had never felt anything like this before.  I connected it with what the receptionist was doing with her phone, knowing that phones are used to GPS you and direct energy toward you to stimulate implants, sending electromagnetic energy to your body.  It must have heated up particles in my head put there the night before with the injection. I told the doctor this had happened, explained the technology and that her receptionist was involved in operating medical implants.  She sent me a letter stating she was no longer my doctor.  This has not happened a second time. This is just one example of how my medical care has been inteferred with.  I have been dismissed from 6 doctors in one town.  Targeted Individuals cannot get medical care, even though they pay medical insurance and do nothing wrong at the doctor's office. There is someone listening when you make the appointment and the doctor's office is contacted and prepped as to how to treat the TI.  -Anonymous
IMPORTANT!:  Bryan Kofron Interview
TI ACTIVISM: Derrick Robinson interview with Bryan Kofron, Whistleblower
SHIELDING:  Foam Cushions
Blue Foldable Folding Foam Waterproof Chair Cushion Seat Pads
If you are a Targeted Individual, you may have experienced heating effects when you are sitting or laying down. These not only cause pain, but eventually will effect changes in your joints and organs. These pads must be made of some kind of foam that absorbs heat because when you lay on them, the heat does not come through them. They are soft and bendable. At the price of $2.00 each, you can buy multiple ones and stack them up or just lay them under whatever body part they are heating. There are larger ones you could use for the whole body in bed.
PATENT:  Why do they want you to vibrate?

Micro-Doppler analysis of Vibrating target in MIMO SAR

Multi-Input Multi-Output Synthetic Aperture Radar (MIMO SAR) is a new concept of radar, which has shown great potential in recent years. Vibration is an important micro-motion for radar object recognition. In this paper, we analyze the three dimensional micro-Doppler signature of vibrating target in MIMO SAR. Simulations are given to illuminate the effect of vibration in MIMO SAR imaging and the Time-Frequency distribution.
SURVEILLANCE:  With Devices and Without Devices





Recent advances in RF-based passive device-free localisation for indoor applications



Radio frequency (RF) based indoor localisation techniques have gained much attention over the past nearly three decades. Such techniques can be classified as active and passive while passive systems can have either device-assisted or device-free characteristics.
Device-free localisation can be a prominent research field as it transcends other device-based approaches in certain application scenarios. Accordingly, we have witnessed an influx of IDFL research focusing on multiple disciplines including occupancy, positioning, activity and identity. However, despite the recent emergence of several exciting technologies and corresponding techniques, IDFL faces some important challenges and because of this, we haven’t come across many mainstream commercial products using RF-based IDFL techniques.
In this article, we survey the recent progress of IDFL prioritising on indoor positioning. We decompose the localisation dimensions into occupants, space and time, provide a detailed taxonomy and a comprehensive review of these techniques. We divide the state of the art mainly into Wireless Network-based and Radar-based, evaluate the respective technologies and the techniques qualitatively, discuss trends, limitations and also indicate future research directions relevant to this field.
SURVEILLANCE:  Ultra-Wideband transmitter 744 MHz bandwidth

Why is this important information?  TI's have transmitters implanted in their homes and cars. If you are being watched and followed, you have these transmitters all around you creating a 3D image on surveillance screens somewhere in the local firehouse, police station, contractor office or fusion center.

Design and implementation of sub-GHz transmitter for ultra-wideband through-wall radar

Ultra-wideband (UWB) transmitters for through-wall radars operating in sub-GHz frequency may enable better penetrating ability and lower attenuation than devices utilizing signals above 1 GHz frequencies. In this paper, the crucial parameter of sub-GHz unipolar pulse width is investigated by theoretical analysis and experiment. Based on these parameter data, in order to radiate the signal effectively and reduce the ringing, we design a fifth-order parallel LC high-pass filter. It shapes the unipolar pulse into the bipolar pulse which has no direct current component and slight ringing. The transmitter circuit is implemented and tested. Results indicate that it generates sub-GHz UWB pulses with 2.6 ns temporal width and 744 MHz frequency bandwidth, which appears to be suitable for the through-wall radar.
Ultra wideband monitoring systems and antennas
US 8781563 B2
Apparatus for monitoring vital signs of one or more living subjects comprises a monitoring station and at least one sensor in communication with the monitoring station. The sensor comprises an antenna system, an ultra wideband radar system coupled to the antenna system, a signal processor and a communication system. The signal processor is connected to receive a signal from the ultra wideband radar system and configured to extract from the signal information about one or more vital signs of a person or animal in a sensing volume corresponding to the antenna system. The communication system is configured to transmit the information to the monitoring station.
SURVEILLANCE:  Short-range radar imaging with ultra-wideband

Comparison of 10–18 GHz SAR and MIMO-based short-range imaging radars

This paper presents an experimental investigation of two approaches to short-range radar imaging at microwaves by means of ultra-wideband (UWB) technology. The first approach represents a classical synthetic aperture radar (SAR) that employs a transmit–receive antenna pair on mechanical scanner. The second one makes use of a multiple input multiple output (MIMO) antenna array that scans electronically in the horizontal plane and mechanically, installed on the scanner, in the vertical plane. The mechanical scanning in only one direction reduces significantly the measurement time. Two respective prototypes have been built and compared. Both systems comprise the same 10–18 GHz antennas and multi-channel video impulse electronics while the same data processing and imaging method based on Kirchhoff migration is applied to acquired data for digital beamforming. The study has been done for an application of concealed weapon detection.
SURVEILLANCE:  MIMO-SAR based Ultra-Wide Imaging

A Sparse Aperture MIMO-SAR-Based UWB Imaging System for Concealed Weapon Detection

A high-resolution imaging system based on the combination of ultrawideband (UWB) transmission, multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) array, and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is suggested and studied. Starting from the resolution requirements, spatial sampling criteria for nonmonochromatic waves are investigated. Exploring the decisive influence of the system's fractional bandwidth (instead of previously claimed aperture sparsity) on the imaging capabilities of sparse aperture arrays, a MIMO linear array is designed based on the principle of effective aperture. For the antenna array, an optimized UWB antenna is designed allowing for distortionless impulse radiation with more than 150% fractional bandwidth. By combining the digital beamforming in the MIMO array with the SAR in the orthogonal direction, a high-resolution 3-D volumetric imaging system with a significantly reduced number of antenna elements is proposed. The proposed imaging system is experimentally verified against the conventional 2-D SAR under different conditions, including a typical concealed-weapon-detection scenario. The imaging results confirm the correctness of the proposed system design and show a strong potential of the MIMO-SAR-based UWB system for security applications.
VIDEO:  Premature Sheep in Grow Bag

Baby sheep grown in artificial 'biobag'

ARTICLE:  Body Control
Scientists remotely hacked a brain, controlling body movements
August 18, 2017
Imagine someone remotely controlling your brain, forcing your body’s central processing organ to send messages to your muscles that you didn’t authorize. It’s an incredibly scary thought, but scientists have managed to accomplish this science fiction nightmare for real, albeit on a much small scale, and they were even able to prompt their test subject to run, freeze in place, or even completely lose control over their limbs. Thankfully, the research will be used for good rather than evil… for now. 
The effort, led by physics professor Arnd Pralle, PhD, of the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences, focused on a technique called “magneto-thermal stimulation.” It’s not exactly a simple process — it requires the implantation of specially built DNA strands and nanoparticles which attach to specific neurons — but once the minimally invasive procedure is over, the brain can be remotely controlled via an alternating magnetic field. When those magnetic inputs are applied, the particles heat up, causing the neurons to fire.
The study, which was published in the most recent edition of the journal eLife, includes experiments where were performed on mice. Using the new technique, the researchers were able to control the movement of the animals, causing them to freeze, lock up their limbs, turn around, or even run.
Despite only being tested on mice, the research could have far-reaching implications in the realm of brain research. The holy grail for dreamers like Elon Musk is that we’ll one day be able to tweak our brains to eliminate mood disorders and make us more perfect creatures. This groundbreaking research could very well be an important step towards that future.
TI HEALTH: What your Brain Needs to Get a Good Night's Sleep

Hint: Don’t Netflix and chill.

Getting seven to nine hours of sleep each night can help secure your cognitive well-being. It gives your brain time to flush out refuse matter that builds up–like protein plaques and beta amyloid tangles–through a kind of waste chute called the glymphatic system. And over the long term, that can help stave off diseases like Alzheimer’s.

No More Nightcaps

Alcohol is a depressant and neurotoxin, which means it slows down the central nervous system’s processes by reducing electrical conductivity in the brain. This means that neurons, which send and receive the electrical signals that cause the release of neurotransmitters, operate more slowly. The liver works harder when it should be resting, leading to a stressed state from which you’ll wake up feeling exhausted. The brain is starved of its usual resources and struggles to recuperate effectively for the next day.

Don’t Netflix And Chill

Watching TV might help distract you from your daily worries, it doesn’t prepare your brain for a good night’s rest. Melatonin, the hormone that helps regulate sleep, is released into the bloodstream by the pineal gland. But darkness triggers the gland to start working, and it gets confused by the blue light that most screens emit. Even reading an e-book on a tablet or certain kinds of e-reader, or just watching ordinary television, can be potentially problematic.

Skip The Late-Night Snack

Eating a large, heavy meal is also a bad idea, especially acidic, spicy, or fatty foods, which can actively stimulate the brain. Certain foods like bacon and preserved meats, soy sauce, some cheeses, nuts, tomatoes, and red wine contain a chemical called tyramine, which causes the release of norepinephrine, a brain stimulant that boosts brain activity. Even some milky drinks, which many believe to be sleep-inducing, contain high quantities of sugar that can also keep you up. So make sure you check the label and choose your dinner carefully.

Smell Some Lavender

Lavender is a powerful neuromodulator, which means that it lowers your blood pressure, heart rate, and skin temperature, making you more relaxed and likelier to fall asleep. Smell has a powerful and immediate impact on emotion and mood because of the proximity of the olfactory nerve (which contains the sensory nerve fibers relating to smell) to the brain. If you don’t like lavender, jasmine is a good alternative and can produce similar effects.

Drink Nut Milk With Turmeric

Make your own relaxing bedtime drink using a nut milk, like almond, which is full of magnesium. Magnesium helps reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol and calms the nervous system.  As a secret ingredient, add turmeric, whose powerful anti-inflammatory properties can prevent nighttime stomach problems that might interrupt your sleep (and which have even been implicated in preventing dementia). If you want to sweeten your drink, use Manuka honey rather than sugar to help boost your immunity.

Have A Soak

Circadian rhythms are our bodies’ series of physical, mental, and behavioral changes. They follow a roughly 24-hour cycle and depend primarily on how bright our environment is. Because of these rhythms, our body temperature automatically dips a couple of degrees at night, causing us to feel sleepy.
So when you take a hot bath–ideally 60–90 minutes before bedtime–your body temperature rises, but the rapid, steeper cool-down period immediately afterward relaxes you. And since the best way to increase your magnesium levels is actually through your skin, you can try adding magnesium salts to your bath to decrease cortisol levels.
HEALTH:  Relax with Soothing Music

Gregory Alan Isakov - That Sea, the Gambler - 2007

ENVIRONMENT: Polluted Food

Man Finds Pill In Burger King Sandwich

“Forgive the past. It is over. Learn from it and let go. People are constantly changing and growing. Do not cling to a limited, disconnected, negative image of a person in the past. See that person now. Your relationship is always alive and changing.” ― by Brian L. Weiss
Living in the past is the worst thing we can do to ourselves and the people around us, because there is nothing we can do to change it and feeling remorse and regret just brings out the negativity within us that with a spiritual mind can be completely suppressed. So let go the person that you used to be and embrace the person that you are now for a satisfying today and even better tomorrow for good spiritual thoughts.
ACTIVIST:  Mike Mason
Freedom for Targeted Individuals International Call:
Every Saturday we invite you to join us for
Freedom for Targeted Individuals International Podcast
* To call in Internationally, use  your country's international call in number first (link), after the automated prompt, you enter 541.275.1131#
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Beginning at 9 pm EST/ 6 pm PST, you can join us live by calling into 724.444,7444, enter ID 141476#, then 1#
We want every targeted individual to participate in the Bill Binney and Kirk Wiebe Global TI Survey.
To get involved, please view the short video link below.

To get a better understanding who these noble men are and more details on the survey, please listen to the link below. 

You can also email
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ACTIVIST:  Dr. Millicent Black

Moderator:  Neal
Citizens Against Harmful Technology
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John W:  92703
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Time:  After Ella’s call
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Moderator: Frank
Targeted Individual Massachusette
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Call-in Number: 646-749-3112
Access Code: 450-414-301
Join by Computer:
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Moderator:  Ella
Freedom for Targeted Individuals
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Moderator:  Lauron
Human Trafficking
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Moderator:  Scott Snitzer
Time:  5:00 pm Eastern
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Activism/Support Groups
Denver, Colorado
Area Support Group
Contact:  Xontu Garcia
Atlanta, Georgia
Support Group Meeting

Contact:  Carol Dimas
Phone:  470-312-6578
Chicago, Illinois
The Chicago area Support Group – Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin
Location: Hammond Public Library
564 State Street
Hammond, Indiana
  Contact Shavon at

or Candace at
New York City Support Group
Contact:  Angel Acevedo
Phone: 646-806-8654
Houston, Texas
  For more information, you may contact
  Tereza Dutta -

Seattle, Washington
Location: Broadview Branch Library at:

12755 Greenwood Ave. N.
Seattle, Washington 98133-7901

For more information, you may contact
Laura Solway - 206-365-6139
Curtis Kimble – 817-901-8720

Portland, Oregon
Saturday, September 9, 2017

3:30-5:30 PM
Hollywood District Public Library
4040 Northeast Tillamook
Portland, Oregon
Contact person;  Amy – 971-207-3401

South Carolina
  For more information, you may contact
  Gail -

An Announcement To The Whole World By Chinese Victims
Of Electronic And Psychotronic Weapons

SHIELDING:  Linqstat
A Linqstat order is here. If you are interested, please email Neal to order.
If you have a tent, you can just tape some pieces of Linqstat together and drape them over the tent. You could make it the exact shape as the rain cover. You can ground it to an outlet, to a ground with a banana clip or attach a TENS electrode to it to create an energy field through the material. Using a tent structure that's already got places to attach the Linqstat make it a lot easier. You can even get a simple one and put it on your bed to drape the Linqstat over. Completely covering an already-made tent like this one with Linqstat is pretty easy and you can just put the TENS pad on the outside of it and "light it up", keeping the frequencies on the outside.
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