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Happy New Year to All TIs!
Another new year has arrived and besides messing up the dates on checks for a while, we have a great deal to be thankful for and to also anticipate. Let’s try not to dwell on those things we cannot change right now, but instead look to the future with optimism. This is not always easy, but we need to have electronic harassment, chemical poisoning, biological warfare, stalking and stealing, mind control, manipulation of all means of communication, forced isolation and everything else take as little space in our minds as possible. This may seem altogether difficult to some, but it really is doable. Firstly, we are still vertical and this is probably the most important thought of all. For some, as often as we think we cannot live another hour, least of all another day, somehow the DNA to breathe one more breath and the will to live is perhaps the greatest strength we will ever possess. Nothing will ever be perfect under our present controlled regime, living like we must, but there are brighter, more tolerable times when we can enjoy life a little and at least accomplish more than we would have thought achievable. Try not to sit and mourn, be depressed and impatient for an end to come instantly. Research places and events in your area to spend the day away from home. Be out and about as often as you can. Always remember that a moving target is often more difficult to hit than an inactive one. Exercise, especially walking, as often as you are able. Eat healthy and it will truly be worth your while in the end. Even if you do not feel like taking your daily nutritional supplements, do it anyway and you will definitely feel much better. No matter whether good or bad, acceptable or unacceptable, SMILE. Surround yourself with your favorite music and friends. Positivity keeps you far healthier physically than the alternative. Strength, hope and dedication to ending this program of non-consensual human experimentation seem to be our guidelines for a better future. Let’s believe and work together toward 2018 being the charm for us all. Dedicate time as often as you can to bring our plight to the foreground of public awareness. Without dreams, they will never come true! Wishing everyone the blessings of a better life for the upcoming year and every one after that! Lots of Love, Thoughts and Spirit from you’re TI Friend Contributor
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FREQUENCY GENERATOR: Try this and see the difference in targeting - Change your frequency!
Frequency Generator - $170
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This frequency generator has a Day mode with 35 therapeutic frequencies to keep you more stabilized and counteract the entrainment. It also has a Sleep mode. The new solid state unit is smaller than a pack of cigarettes and clips on to the collar of your shirt for use during the day. It has a Mu metal shield on one side so the EMF's coming off it aren't projecting towards your body. It won't cause signal interference with any electronics that you use.
This effects your moods and the moods of those around you. It has shown significant effect on people who would otherwise mistreat the Target. Try one and test it out. There are two modes, one for sleeping and one for waking. There is a major shift in frequencies that surround your b
NEW TALKSHOE CALL: FLORIDA
Talkshoe Call just for the State of Florida. It will be on Thursday's starting January 11 2018 at 6:00 pm. #145495. I am planning to get the community together to work towards educating the public as well as future meet-ups. - Sue
A tiny implant the size of a grain of sand has been created that can connect computers to the human body without the need for wires or batteries, opening up a host of futuristic possibilities.
The devices, dubbed "neural dust", could be used to continually monitor organs like the heart [TI's are killed with heart attacks] in real time and, if they can be made even smaller, implanted into the brain to control robotic devices like prosthetic arms or legs [TI's have uncontrollable movement of arms and legs].
It is believed they could help treat conditions like epilepsy by stimulating nerves and muscles, help people with incontinence control their bladder[TI's lose control of elimination] and even suppress appetite [TI's lose appetite]. They could also potentially either be used to prompt the immune system into action or reduce inflammation.
One of the inventors, Professor Michel Maharbiz, of University of California, Berkeley, said: “I think the long-term prospects for neural dust are not only within nerves and the brain, but much broader."
“Having access to in-body telemetryhas never been possible because there has been no way to put something super-tiny super-deep [in the body]. “But now I can take a speck of nothing and park it next to a nerve or organ, your [gastro-intestinal] tract or a muscle, and read out the data.” Ultrasound vibrations, which can penetrate almost every part of the body, are used to power the sensors, which are about a millimetre across. They contain a special crystal that converts ultrasound into electricity to power a tiny transistor. If there is a voltage spike in a nerve or muscle fibre this alters the vibration of the crystal, changing the way the sound echoes back to an ultrasound receiver. So far [SO FAR, they have implanted thousands of people already and plan to implant the whole XXXXing population], experiments have been carried out on muscles and the peripheral nervous system of rats, but the researchers believe the dust could also work in the central nervous system and brain to control prosthetics. This can already be done using brain implants, but these require wires that go through a hole in the skull, potentially allowing in infection or movement of the sensor within the brain. They must also be replaced after about one to two years. The researchers are currently building neural dust that could last in the body for more than 10 years. And because they are wireless there is no need for holes to remain in the skull. Professor Jose Carmena, a neuroscientist at Berkeley, said: “The technology is not really there yet to get to the 50-micron target size which we would need for the brain and central nervous system [This is a lie, its being done to thousands of TIs].
You don't need a high frequency wave to block the sound. The same sound 180 degrees out of phase will block it to total silence through destructive interference. You headphones do it all the time.
They use a mic to mimic the noise and produce the noise exactly out by 180 degrees. Still if the situation needs to use a high frequency wave as put in the question, you should use a frequency that after interference or superposition becomes greater than 20,000 hertz. (like the use of ultrasound) You won't hear the sound then, but your dog might.
Sprinkling of neural dust opens door to electroceuticals
“Ultrasound is much more efficient when you are targeting devices that are on the millimeter scale or smaller and that are embedded deep in the body. You can get a lot of power into it and a lot more efficient transfer of energy and communication when using ultrasound as opposed to electromagnetic waves, which has been the go-to method for wirelessly transmitting power to miniature implants.”
YOU TUBE VIDEO: Neural Dust Could Be Implanted in the Body
UC Berkeley engineers have built the first dust-sized, wireless sensors that can be implanted in the body, bringing closer the day when a Fitbit-like device could monitor internal nerves, muscles or organs in real time.
Because these batteryless sensors could also be used to stimulate nerves and muscles, the technology also opens the door to “electroceuticals” to treat disorders such as epilepsy or to stimulate the immune system or tamp down inflammation.
The neural dust, which the team implanted in the muscles and peripheral nerves of rats [TI's], is unique in that ultrasound is used both to power and read out the measurements. Ultrasound technology is already well-developed for hospital use, and ultrasound vibrations can penetrate nearly anywhere in the body, unlike radio waves, the researchers say.
The sensors, which the researchers have already shrunk to a 1 millimeter cube – about the size of a large grain of sand – contain a piezoelectric crystal that converts ultrasound vibrations from outside the body into electricity to power a tiny, on-board transistor that is in contact with a nerve or muscle fiber. A voltage spike in the fiber alters the circuit and the vibration of the crystal, which changes the echo detected by the ultrasound receiver, typically the same device that generates the vibrations. The slight change, called backscatter, allows them to determine the voltage.
Motes sprinkled thoughout the body
In their experiment, the UC Berkeley team powered up the passive sensors every 100 microseconds with six 540-nanosecond ultrasound pulses, which gave them a continual, real-time readout. They coated the first-generation motes – 3 millimeters long, 1 millimeter high and 4/5 millimeter thick – with surgical-grade epoxy, but they are currently building motes from biocompatible thin films which would potentially last in the body without degradation for a decade or more.
While the experiments so far have involved the peripheral nervous system and muscles, the neural dust motes could work equally well in the central nervous system and brain to control prosthetics, the researchers say. Wireless sensors – dozens to a hundred – could be sealed in, avoiding infection and unwanted movement of the electrodes.
In a paper published online in 2013, the researchers estimated that they could shrink the sensors down to a cube 50 microns on a side – about 2 thousandths of an inch, or half the width of a human hair. At that size, the motes could nestle up to just a few nerve axons and continually record their electrical activity.
The team is working now to miniaturize the device further, find more biocompatible materials and improve the surface transceiver that sends and receives the ultrasounds, ideally using beam-steering technology to focus the sounds waves on individual motes.
They’re also working to expand the motes’ ability to detect non-electrical signals, such as oxygen or hormone levels.“The vision is to implant these neural dust motes anywhere in the body, and have a patch over the implanted site send ultrasonic waves to wake up and receive necessary information from the motes for the desired therapy you want [This is what stalkers are doing with cell phones, WAKING YOUR IMPLANTS!],” said Dongjin Seo, a graduate student in electrical engineering and computer sciences. “Eventually you would use multiple implants and one patch that would ping each implant individually, or all simultaneously.”
Ultrasound vs radio
Maharbiz and Carmena conceived of the idea of neural dust about five years ago, but attempts to power an implantable device and read out the data using radio waves were disappointing. Radio attenuates very quickly with distance in tissue, so communicating with devices deep in the body would be difficult without using potentially damaging high-intensity radiation. A sensor implanted on a peripheral nerve is powered and interrogated by an ultrasound transducer. The backscatter signal carries information about the voltage across the sensor’s two electrodes.
Each Targeted Individual has a radio/TV station in their area assigned to them. When you listen to the radio, you are listening to an Radio Frequency electronic signal that is turned into sound. When you are affected by EMF through implants or an EMF field, you are hit with ultrasound that you cannot hear but it can recorded and converted into another frequency so that you can hear it. In some places the ultrasound may be carried through radio stations or Wifi. You are watched by the police and firemen. It is the tool they are already using to target people with frequencies. The 5G network will make this enslavement possible.
ARTICLE: Block Ultrasonic Signals (Turn your microphone off)
How to Block the Ultrasonic Signals You Didn't Know Were Tracking You
The technology, called ultrasonic cross-device tracking, embeds high-frequency tones that are inaudible to humans in advertisements, web pages, and even physical locations like retail stores. These ultrasound "beacons" emit their audio sequences with speakers, and almost any device microphone—like those accessed by an app on a smartphone or tablet—can detect the signal and start to put together a picture of what ads you've seen, what sites you've perused, and even where you've been. Now that you're sufficiently concerned, the good news is that at the Black Hat Europe security conference on Thursday, a group based at University of California, Santa Barbara will present an Android patch and a Chrome extension that give consumers more control over the transmission and receipt of ultrasonic pitches on their devices. Beyond the abstract creep factor of ultrasonic tracking, the larger worry about the technology is that it requires giving an app the ability to listen to everything around you, says Vasilios Mavroudis, a privacy and security researcher at University College London who worked on the research being presented at Black Hat. "The bad thing is that if you’re a company that wants to provide ultrasound tracking there is no other way to do it currently, you have to use the microphone," says Mavroudis. "So you will be what we call ‘over-privileged,’ because you don’t need access to audible sounds but you have to get them." This type of tracking, which has been offered in some form by companies like Silverpush and Shopkick, has hardly exploded in adoption. But it's persisted as more third party companies develop ultrasonic tools for a range of uses, like data transmission without Wi-Fi or other connectivity.1 The more the technology evolves, the easier it is to use in marketing. Currently, when Android or iOS do require apps to request permission to use a phone's microphone. But most users likely aren't aware that by granting that permission, apps that use ultrasonic tracking could access their microphone—and everything it's picking up, not just ultrasonic frequencies—all the time, even while they're running in the background. The Federal Trade Commission evaluated ultrasonic tracking technology at the end of 2015, and the privacy-focused non-profit Center for Democracy and Technology wrote to the agency at the time that "the best solution is increased transparency and a robust and meaningful opt-out system. If cross-device tracking companies cannot give users these types of notice and control, they should not engage in cross-device tracking." By March the FTC had drafted a warning letter to developers about a certain brand of audio beacon that could potentially track all of a users' television viewing without their knowledge. That company, called Silverpush, has since ceased working on ultrasonic tracking in the United States, though the firm said at the time that its decision to drop the tech wasn't related to the FTC probe.
Britain’s biggest drugmaker, GlaxoSmithKline, under pressure to improve its development pipeline and financial performance, is pinning its hopes on a radical new approach: “electroceuticals”.
Also called bioelectronics, the idea is that tiny electronic implants will be able to treat a vast range of chronic diseases, such as diabetes, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), arthritis, hypertension and other heart conditions, and gastrointestinal diseases.
Several teams of academics are competing for a $1m (£770,000) prize promised by Galvani by racing to develop an implant that can record, stimulate and block neural signals, and are testing prototypes in animals.
Aside from developing the implantable devices, the other major challenges include mapping the nervous system and understanding which nerves control bodily functions. Famm says some progress has been made but much more work needs to be done.
Bioelectronic devices in the form of a cuff, bristling with electrodes, will be attached to nerve bundles to alter the electrical signals sent between the brain and the other organs in the body. Initially they are likely to be the size of a pill or a pen, but the aim is to make them as small as a grain of rice.
These first two sentences hold so much information for you and you would do well to take the time to allow for your full understanding.
1. On the other side of any emotional pain is healing, is the first sentence.
2. You only ever experience emotional pain because you think on some level you are inadequate.
You may attempt to find instances where that is not true and you will find that difficult. Even with the loss of a loved one the emotional pain you experience is because you think you can no longer communicate with them, or you are not capable of going on without them..0
Control emotional pain by remembering that the anger and pain that are imposed on Targeted Individuals is enhanced with frequencies. It is put on us. It is being recorded and studied. It is a game to them.
Hackers Can Rickroll Thousands of Sonos and Bose Speakers Over the Internet
Perhaps you've been hearing strange sounds in your home—ghostly creaks and moans, random Rick Astley tunes, Alexa commands issued in someone else's voice. If so, you haven't necessarily lost your mind. Instead, if you own one of a few models of internet-connected speaker and you've been careless with your network settings, you might be one of thousands of people whose Sonos or Bose devices have been left wide open to audio hijacking by hackers around the world.
Researchers at Trend Micro have found that some models of Sonos and Bose speakers—including the Sonos Play:1, the newer Sonos One, and Bose SoundTouch systems—can be pinpointed online with simple internet scans, accessed remotely, and then commandeered with straightforward tricks to play any audio file that a hacker chooses. Only a small fraction of the total number of Bose and Sonos speakers were found to be accessible in their scans.
"The unfortunate reality is that these devices assume the network they're sitting on is trusted, and we all should know better than that at this point," says Mark Nunnikhoven, a Trend Micro research director. "Anyone can go in and start controlling your speaker sounds," if you have a compromised devices, or even just a carelessly configured network.
The researchers note that audio attack could even be used to speak commands from someone's Sonos or Bose speaker to their nearby Amazon Echo or Google Home. By triggering the speaker to speak commands, they could actually manipulate it into talking to itself, and then executing the commands it had spoken.
Given that those voice assistant devices often control smart home features from lighting to door locks, Trend Micro's Nunnikhoven argues that they could be exploited for attacks that go beyond mere pranks. "Now I can start to run through more devious scenarios and really start to access the smart devices in your home," he says.
'Anyone can go in and start controlling your speaker sounds.'
The geoengineered Christmas holiday cool-down continues for parts of the US and Canada while most of the world remains at far above average temperatures.
The extremely anomalous and sharply contrasting temperature zones in the US are not a result of nature. If the "departure from normal high temperature” map above is examined, there is very clearly an arc of below normal temperatures (this is only on the surface of the planet) starting from the Hawaiian Islands, continuing through Alaska and Canada, and then back down to the middle and eastern portions of the US. As has been outlined so many times at GeoengineeringWatch.org, the counter clockwise rotating “ridiculously resilient ridge” of ionosphere heater induced high pressure steers all the Pacific moisture completely up and over the already drought stricken US West. This moisture is then bombarded with patented chemical ice nucleating elements (by the climate engineers). The process radically cools surface temperatures in the targeted regions which include the most populated zones of the US. The Geoengineered holiday cool-down is in so many ways a psychological operation, creating the illusion of a brutal winter on a planet that is spiraling into total meltdown. Mr. Trump's recent tweet clearly illustrates the psychological usefulness of the geoengineered cool-downs.
2 Corinthians 5:14-17 (MEV)
For the love of Christ constrains us, because we thus judge: that if one
died for all, then all have died. And He died for all, that those who live
should not from now on live for themselves, but for Him who died
for them and rose again. So from now on we do not regard anyone
according to the flesh. Yes, though we have known Christ according to
the flesh, yet we do not regard Him as such from now on. Therefore,
if any man is in Christ, he is a new creature. Old things have passed
away. Look, all things have become new.
COMMENT: As the new year begins I am reminded that if anyone is in Christ, they are a new creature.
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TI's: Class Action Lawsuit
Christi Duncan (a TI victim) is looking to organize a class action for victims of electronic harassment and organized gang stalking. If anyone is interested in working with her on this or being involved she is asking that you email her directly at Christi.firstname.lastname@example.org. She has almost 100 people involved with her on this, but looking for more. The idea and hope is to combine efforts of those like Spencer Carter and others who are taking on similar initiatives. Please help spread the word. We have lots of great motivated people working on this!
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