Big Brother Controlling Your
By James Donahue
Anyone who thinks someone isn't watching, listening to and
constantly plotting to control our thoughts and actions might be shocked to view the following list of patents by a string
The list was sent to me by a reader who noted that it was
marked Top Secret, and the patent list was to be removed from public domain. Of course the list was slipped into the Internet.
So much for that list of secrets.
In the chance that the list is bogus, we did a search on
each of the patent names and numbers. They came up as legitimate invention ideas being hawked, sometimes by their
inventors, on line. Most commonly they were included on lists of possible mind control devices. Beyond that, we have no reason
to verify or deny them as factual. Thus it is up to readers to decide for themselves.
Would they work? Are any of these devices being used without
our knowledge? Notice that many of the patents are 20 to 30 years old. Thus it is possible some of these ideas, or similar
inventions not included on this list are actually in use today.
What other explanation do we have for the masses following
George W. Bush into an attack on Iraq like they did, with few questions asked? What other reason do we have for the people
accepting the Bush Supreme Court appointment over Al Gore to the presidency, even though most voters chose Gore in 2000? How
can we explain the growing insanity among so many people, now involved in such movements as the Tea Party, militant militia
groups and radical racial and religious movements?
This list ought to alarm everybody. I am betting it doesn't.
Subliminal Presentation System,
US Patent #5,159,703, Oliver Lowery, October 27, 1992. A silent communications system in which non-aural carriers in the very
low or very high audio-frequency range, or in the adjacent ultrasonic frequency spectrum, are amplitude-modulated with the
desired intelligence and propagated acoustically or vibrationally for inducement into the brain.
US Patent #4,877,027, Wayne Brunkan, October 31, 1989. A method for directly inducing sound into the head of a person, using
microwaves in the range of 100 MHz to 10,000 MHz, modulated with a waveform of frequency- modulated bursts.
US Patent #3,568,347, Andrew Flanders, February 23, 1971. A system for producing aural psychological disturbances and partial
deafness in the enemy during combat situations.
Generator and Transmitter,
US Patent #4,034,741, Guy Adams and Jess Carden, Jr, July 12, 1977. An analgesic noise-generator.
and System for Altering Consciousness,
US Patent #5,123,899, James Gall, June 23, 1992. A system for altering the states of human consciousness involving the use
of simultaneous application of multiple stimuli, preferably sounds, having differing frequencies.
US Patent #5,270,800, Robert Sweet, December 14, 1993. A combined subliminal and supraliminal message generator for use with
a television receiver; permits complete control of subliminal messages and their presentation. Also applicable to cable television
Method and Apparatus Useful for Subliminal Messages,
US Patent #5,134,484, Joseph Wilson, July 28, 1992. Method of changing a person's behavior.
Alan Densky, January 5, 1988. A method of conditioning a person's unconscious mind in order to effect desired change in the
person's behavior, and which does not require the services of a trained therapist.
Subliminal Message System and Method,
US Patent #4,395,600, Rene Lundy and David Tyler, July 26, 1983. An amplitude-controlled subliminal message may be mixed with
Auditory Subliminal Programming System, US Patent #4,777,529,
Richard Schultz and Raymond Dolejs, October 11, 1988.
for Inducing Frequency Reduction in Brain Wave,
US Patent #4,834,70l, Kazumi Masaki, May 30, 1989.
Speech Translator and Communication System,
US Patent #5,539,705, M. A. Akerman, Curtis Ayers, Howard Haynes, July 23, 1996. A wireless communication system, undetectable
by radio-frequency methods, for converting audio signals, including human voice, to electronic signals in the ultrasonic frequency
range, transmitting the ultrasonic signal by way of acoustic pressure waves across a carrier medium, including gases, liquids
and solids, and reconverting the ultrasonic acoustic pressure waves back to the original audio signal. This invention
was made with government support under Contract DE-ACO5-840R2l400, awarded by the US Department of Energy to Martin Marietta
Energy Systems, Inc.
Speech Generation Method and Apparatus,
US Patent #4,821,326, Norman MacLeod, April 11, 1989.
for Electrophysiological Stimulation,
US Patent #4,227,516, Bruce Meland and Bernard Gindes, October 14, 1980.
and Recording for Producing Sounds and Messages to Achieve Alpha and Theta Brainwave States and Positive Emotional States
US Patent #5,352,181, Mark Davis, October 4, l994.
and Apparatus for Translating the EEG into Music to Induce and Control Various Psychological and Physiological States and
to Control a Musical Instrument,
US Patent #4,883,067, Knispel et. al., November 28, 1989.
of and Apparatus for Inducing Desired States of Consciousness,
US Patent #5.356,368, Robert Monroe, October 18, 1994. Improved methods and apparatus for entraining human brain patterns,
employing frequency-following-response (FFR) techniques and facilitating attainment of desired states of consciousness.
of Inducing Mental. Emotional and Physical States of Consciousness, including Specific Mental Activity, in Human Beings,
US Patent #5,213,562, Robert Monroe, May 25, 1993.
for the Induction of Specific Brain Wave Patterns,
US Patent #4,335,710, John Williamson, June 22, 1982. Brainwave patterns associated with relaxed and meditative states in
a subject are gradually induced without deleterious chemical or neurologic side effects.
and Apparatus for Repetitively Producing a Noise-like Audible Signal,
US Patent #4,191,175, William Nagle, March 4, 1980.
for the Treatment of Neuropsychic and Somatic Diseases with Heat, Light, Sound and VHF Electromagnetic Radiation,
US Patent #3,773,049, L. Y. Rabichev, V. F. Vasiliev, A. S. Putilin, T. G. Ilina, P. V. Raku and L. P. Kemitsky, November
Method and Apparatus for Modulating Brain Signals through an External Magnetic or Electric Field to Reduce Pain,
US Patent #4,889,526, Elizabeth Rauscher and William Van Bise, December 26, 1989.
System Excitation Device,
US Patent #3,393,279, Gillis Patrick Flanagan, July 16, 1968. A method of transmitting audio information via a radio frequency
signal modulated with the audio info through electrodes placed on the subject's skin, causing the sensation of hearing the
audio information in the brain.
and System for Simplifying Speech Waveforms,
US Patent #3,647,970, G. Patrick Flanagan, March 7, 1972. A complex speech waveform is simplified so that it can be transmitted
directly through earth or water as a waveform and understood directly or after amplification.
for Aiding Hearing,
US Patent #2,995,633, Henry Puharich and Joseph Lawrence, August 8, 1961. Means for converting audible signals to electrical
signals and conveying them to viable nerves of the facial system.
for Aiding Hearing by Electrical Stimulation of the Facial Nerve System,
US Patent #3,170,993, Henry Puharich, February 23, 1965.
US Patent #4,858,612, Philip Stocklin, August 22, 1989. A method and apparatus for simulation of hearing in mammals by introduction
of a plurality of microwaves into the regions of the auditory cortex.