CLOAK & DAGGER OPERATION: KIDNAPPING,
TORTURE & ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
- by Dr Charles Kyte III - (Posted here by Wes Penre,
Illuminati News: March 16, 2004)
From : <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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To : Charles Kyte <email@example.com>
Subject : Re: Kidnapping, torture, and electronic surveillance
Techniques described in this document has already come to our attention
on several occasions in recent times. However; it is not clear if these
are disinformation or actual leaks. Maybe should you try to get
feasability estimates from third parts.
As you are in MSSM, it should not be difficult to you to find out if the
institution you work for is involved or not.
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To : Charles Kyte <email@example.com> Subject : Re: Kidnapping,
torture, and electronic surveillance
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We acknowledge the information enclosed in your first mail. It will be
transmitted to our adviser in bio-tech sciences for review.
As your personal security might be at risk, it is your interest to
transmit the greatest number of technical documents (research analysys
memorandums, chips micro-electronic schemas, photographs of experiment
subjects, ...) and the names, ranks, employers of involved physical
In the meabtime, you should also take care in preparing safe escape ways
(relatives or trustworthy people living abroad ?), should the danger
become more precise. Get acquainted with PGP (PGP 2.0 is prefrable if
you can get
or equivalent as there is no safe place on the Internet.
Quoting Charles Kyte <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>Thank you for your prompt attention. The information below serves as a
>proof/rationale for my claim that these technologies exist. I am
>living proof that individuals are being kidnapped and tortured. I do
>not have any definitive proof as to the agents involved in the torture,
>but a survey of the staff and faculty, especially those involved with
>any intelligence or counter-intelligence agency may yield all the proof
>you need. My goal is to disseminate the information... for fear of my
>Mount Sinai School of Medicine
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Copyright 2003 Salon.com, Inc.
November 11, 2003 Tuesday
LENGTH: 1811 words
HEADLINE: Where is the real Matrix?
BYLINE: By Shy Shoham and Sam Hall
Neural implant devices are now a reality. But misguided federal policies
are keeping them from the people who need them.
In the futuristic vision of the Wachowski brothers' movie trilogy "The
Matrix," humans dive into a virtual world by connecting their brains
directly to a computer. Most movie viewers may consider direct
interfaces with the nervous system as much of a fantasy as the movie's
gravity-defying special effects.
However, for a small group of engineers and scientists this very idea is
very real -- and is driving advances in medical technology that could
help millions of disabled people see and hear -- and live normal lives.
Unfortunately, bureaucratic hurdles have slowed the development of this
technology, and its potential remains largely untapped.
Real-life human-computer interfaces are called neuroprostheses --
medical devices that connect directly to the human brain, spinal cord or
"Matrix" fans might be surprised to learn that neuroprostheses have been around
as long as more "traditional" devices like cardiac pacemakers. In fact,
a number of neuroprosthetic devices were already being developed in the
1950s, and by the early 1970s the National Institutes of Health
established the Neural Prostheses Program to coordinate research in this
The first neuroprostheses to become commercially available in the United
States were cochlear implants, following their initial FDA approval in
Sound from a microphone placed near the ear is coverted to weak
electrical currents that activate auditory nerve endings inside the
cochlea in the inner ear. The activity produced in these nerves
propagates directly to the brain, where it produces an auditory
perception. By bypassing the normal hearing apparatus it provides an
artificial hearing sensation to deaf people. To date, more than 55,000
patients worldwide have received cochlear implants. The technology of
cochlear implants has enjoyed remarkable advances since the early days.
Improvements in signal processing now allow many deaf users to use these
devices to perceive speech, talk on the phone, and even listen to music.
While sensory prostheses like the cochlear implant provide a substitute
sensory percept, motor prostheses are used to move muscles -- allowing
the paralyzed to regain lost function. One example of a motor prosthesis
is the FreeHand system from NeuroControl Corp., which uses implanted
muscle stimulators to restore limited hand movement in individuals
paralyzed as a result of certain forms of spinal cord injury. The user
of this system controls it with a controller-stimulator unit implanted
behind his shoulder. Limb-control systems like the FreeHand system have
been implanted in more than 300 patients.
The most widely used motor neuroprostheses are devices used to stimulate
the bladder in paralyzed individuals who have lost control of bladder
Thousands of such devices have been implanted worldwide for over three
A very different use of neuroprosthetic devices is to disrupt unwanted
brain activity, which can be the result of different neurological
diseases. These devices target the tremors that result from Parkinson's
disease, essential tremor, seizures that result from epilepsy, and
chronic, persistent pain (which has a variety of causes). They are
implanted in patients that are not responding to medication. Anti-tremor
devices are implanted by neurosurgeons in the patient 's brain, in a
region called the basal ganglia. More than 15,000 patients have been
implanted with such deep-brain stimulators. Anti-epileptic devices are
implanted in the patient's neck region around the vagus nerve. Over
18,000 patients have been implanted with vagus-nerve stimulators to
date. Devices for chronic pain have been implanted in a variety of
regions, most commonly in the spinal cord. Many science fiction fans
will argue that fully immersive virtual interfaces are the future of
brain-computer interaction. The technology for such systems does not
exist yet, but interestingly, the development of microelectronic
technology over the last four decades, which has enabled chip
manufacturers to squeeze hundreds of millions of transistors onto a
single chip in your PC or cellphone, may also revolutionize the field of
neuroprosthetics, allowing a technical leap in that direction.
Several research labs from universities and companies around the world
are using microelectronic technology to develop devices known as
"microelectrode arrays." These devices can "interact" independently with
a large number of nerve
cells: recording their activity or stimulating them. The development of
microelectrode arrays has allowed researchers in the field to start
thinking seriously about a variety of next-generation neuroprosthetic
devices, including new types of neuroprostheses. These include vision
prostheses for the blind and brain-computer interfaces for the totally
Brain-computer interfaces are arguably the most "futuristic" devices
currently being developed. If successful, they will allow paralyzed
individuals to use their brain instead of their paralyzed muscles to
communicate directly with a computer or control their environment. This
may give patients suffering from the extreme "locked-in" syndrome a way
to break out of their disease-induced solitude, and may provide
quality-of-life benefits to many other individuals whose paralysis is
not as complete. As with most other devices, several possible approaches
are pursued in the development of brain-computer interfaces. Recording
electrodes can be placed noninvasively on the surface of the scalp or
implanted surgically into the brain, where they can be used to tap on
the brain's inner communications. Both approaches have pros and cons,
and it is yet unclear which carries the best long-term potential.
As humans we experience the world through our five senses, and nerves
are used to control the muscles that move our body. Many diseases affect
nerves, muscles and brain. Clearly, being able to bypass or block
defective systems is an important capability -- this is why
neuroprosthetics has many possible applications and holds great promise.
But how have these devices fared in the marketplace? Not well. In the
entire 1990s only eight implantable neuroprosthetic devices received FDA
Moreover, most of those devices were based not on cutting-edge advances,
but on decades-old pacemaker technology.
Why is so little innovation reaching the patient? One basic problem is a
mismatch between the hurdles faced by neuroprosthetic devices in finding
a profitable market, and the dynamics of the marketplace itself. An
analysis of neuroprosthesis commercialization efforts from the last two
decades reveals major barriers posed by FDA regulations and even larger
barriers posed by device-reimbursement policies that fail to account for
long-term economic benefits.
The existing regulatory environment is largely adapted for the drug
market, in which large companies and vast markets can shoulder long-term
financial risks. However, the same environment has slowed
neuroprosthetic commercialization and development to a trickle.
Entrepreneurs in this field typically face a decade of regulatory
uncertainty and chronic underpayment for the devices themselves. Many
entrepreneurs are willing to shoulder this uncertainty, but the
environment makes it difficult to raise the capital necessary for
clinical trials and the initial phases of entry into the marketplace.
This factor led directly to the discontinuation of the first cochlear
implant introduced the United States: the 3M/House implant.
More recently, distribution of the FreeHand system described above has
been discontinued following disappointing financial results.
Most neuroprosthetic devices target a relatively small patient
population, making them ideal candidates for the FDA's Humanitarian
Device Exemption (HDE), which is supposed to waive the costly effort of
However, in its present form this exemption imposes a heavy burden on
developers and hospitals as well as tight legal limits on device prices.
In essence, the restrictions have so far prevented profitable
manufacturing of the devices in the United States.
The Vocare system, which restores bladder control to paralyzed
individuals and was marketed in the United States by NeuroControl Corp.
of Cleveland, Ohio, is an illustrative example. Despite years of
availability in Europe, the Vocare system was withdrawn from the U.S.
market following two years of disappointing financial results, leaving
tens of thousands of paralyzed individuals without an equivalent
alternative. This withdrawal is largely attributable to restrictive HDE
policies. There are signs that at least some of the inefficiencies in
the FDA review process are slowly being eliminated: Removing the HDE
caveats would probably prove invaluable to neuroprosthetics as well as
to their target users.
The most serious barrier is undoubtedly the reimbursement policy,
largely determined in the United States by Medicare. Medicare's
prospective-payment system does not contain specific reimbursement codes
for neuroprosthetic devices, and they are invariably assigned to
nonspecific categories that cover surgical costs but greatly underpay
device costs. In fact, of the more than 500 reimbursement codes, only
four inpatient categories are specific to implantable devices -- all for
One may argue that this is a reasonable policy choice for cutting
medical expenses, but a number of studies have shown that the long-term
financial benefits of devices such as cochlear implants for the deaf,
vagus-nerve stimulators for controlling epilepsy, and other
neuroprosthetic devices are much greater than the immediate costs
associated with device purchase and implantation.
In spite of those studies, Medicare consistently underpays for these
breakthrough technologies. Furthermore, the years spent until the actual
reimbursement decision is made have already led to the withdrawal of
several devices. There is no reason to assume that the fate of future
neuroprostheses will be different. Reimbursement adjustments that will
allow a more predictable, expeditious and unbiased payment for
breakthrough medical devices (possibly by using temporary reimbursement
codes) will almost certainly boost innovation in this field.
In his groundbreaking 1984 novel "Neuromancer," where "The Matrix" was
born, William Gibson describes a future with vast computer networks
accessible through direct human-computer interfaces. Gibson's
"cyberspace" has become an everyday reality in the World Wide Web, but
the development of direct neural interfaces is still a disappointment.
Simple policy adjustments can change this trend, allowing these useful
devices, many of which can already be manufactured, to set the stage for
major improvements in this branch of medical technology.
LOAD-DATE: November 12, 2003
Electronic Surveillance System Follows Millions Of People - by Dr. Charles
here by Wes Penre,
Illuminati News: March 2, 2004)
I received the following letter from
Dr. Charles Kyte and
found it very interesting. I decided to publish it as-is, so I can let
Dr. Kyte take care of the introduction.
Sincerely Yours, Wes Penre
I am a research scientist based out of the
Sinai School of Medicine. I was informally made aware of
illegal neurological-psychological ops and experiments (biotelemetry)(1)
conducted at major universities (Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Smith
College, DownState Medical Center, University of Southern California,
etc) and cities (New York City, Boston). Are you familiar with this
technology?(2) See below.
[Son of a Deceased World Order of St. Johns Knights of Malta(3)
(Australia): CWolde Kyte, MD (MA), PhD,
Knight Commander of North & South America]
* * *
World's first brain prosthesis revealed 19:00 12 March 03 Exclusive from New Scientist Print Edition.
The world's first brain prosthesis - an artificial hippocampus - is
about to be tested in California. Unlike devices like cochlear implants,
which merely stimulate brain activity, this silicon chip implant will
perform the same processes as the damaged part of the brain it is
replacing. [University of Southern California, Los Angeles]
http://www.newscientist.com/news/print.jsp?id=ns99993488 ________________________________________________________________________ Keywords: radio implants, microchips, brain, bioelectrical resonance,
DNA microchip ________________________________________________________________________
SYSTEM FOLLOWS MILLIONS OF PEOPLE
thought, reaction, hearing and visual observation causes a certain
neurological potential, spikes, and patterns in the brain and its
electromagnetic fields, which can now be decoded into thoughts, pictures
and voices. Electromagnetic stimulation can therefore change a person's
brainwaves and affect muscular activity, causing painful muscular cramps
experienced as torture.
The NSA's electronic surveillance system can simultaneously follow and
handle millions of people. Each of us has a unique bioelectrical
resonance frequency in the brain, just like we have unique fingerprints.
With electro-magnetic frequency (EMF) brain stimulation fully coded,
pulsating electromagnetic signals can be sent to the brain, causing the
desired voice and visual effects to be experienced by the target. This
is a form of electronic warfare. U.S. astronauts were implanted before
they were sent into space so their thoughts could be followed and all
their emotions could be registered 24 hours a day.
The NSA's Signals Intelligence can remotely monitor information from
human brains by decoding the evoked potentials (3.50HZ, 5 milliwatt)
emitted by the brain. Prisoner experimentees in both Gothenburg, Sweden
and Vienna, Austria have been found to have [missing word] brain
lesions. Diminished blood circulation and lack of oxygen in the right
temporal frontal lobes result where brain implants are usually
operative. A Finnish experimentee experienced brain atrophy and
intermittent attacks of unconsciousness due to lack of oxygen.
Mind control techniques can be used for political purposes. The goal of
mind controllers today is to induce the targeted persons or groups to
act against his or her own convictions and best interests. Zombified
individuals can even be programmed to murder and remember nothing of
their crime afterward. Alarming examples of this phenomenon can be found
in the U.S.
MICROWAVE MIND CONTROL: MODERN
TORTURE AND CONTROL MECHANISMS ELIMINATING HUMAN RIGHTS AND PRIVACY
By Dr. Rauni Leena Kilde, MD
September 25, 1999
Helsingin Sanomat, the largest newspaper in Scandinavia, wrote in
the September 9, 1999 issue that Scientific American magazine estimates
that after the Millenium [sic] perhaps ALL people will be
implanted with a "DNA microchip".
How many people realize what it actually means? Total loss of privacy
and total outside control of the person's physical body functions,
mental, emotional and thought processes, including the implanted
person's subconscious and dreams! For the rest of his life!
It sounds like science fiction but it is secret military and
intelligence agencies' mind control technology, which has been
experimented with for almost half a century. Totally without the
knowledge of the general public and even the general academic
Supercomputers in Maryland, Israel and elsewhere with a speed of over 20
BILLION bits/sec can monitor millions of people simultaneously. In fact,
the whole world population can be totally controlled by these secret
brain-computer interactions, however unbelievable it sounds for the
Human thought has a speed of 5,000 bits/sec and everyone understands
that our brain cannot compete with supercomputers acting via satellites,
implants, local facilities, scalar or other forms of biotelemetry.
Each brain has a unique set of bioelectric resonance/entrainment
characteristics. Remote neural monitoring systems with supercomputers
can send messages through an implanted person's nervous system and
affect their performance in any way desired. They can of course be
tracked and identified anywhere.
Neuro-electromagnetic involuntary human experimentation has been going
on with the so-called "vulnerable population" for about 50 years, in the
name of "science" or "national security" in the worst Nazi-type testing,
contrary to all human rights. Physical and psychological torture of mind
control victims today is like the worst horror movies. Only, unlike the
horror movies, it is true.
It happens today in the USA, Japan, and Europe. With few exceptions, the
mass media suppresses all information about the entire topic.
Mind control technology in the USA is classified under "non-lethal"
weaponry. The name is totally misleading because the technology used IS
lethal, but death comes slowly in the form of "normal" illnesses, like
cancer, leukemia, heart attacks, Alzheimer's disease with loss of short
term memory first. No wonder these illnesses have increased all over the
When the use of electromagnetic fields, extra-low (ELF) and ultra-low
(ULF) frequencies and microwaves aimed deliberately at certain
individuals, groups, and even the general population to cause diseases,
disorientation, chaos and physical and emotional pain breaks into the
awareness of the general population, a public outcry is inevitable.
[Eleanor White comment: ELF/ULF frequencies on their own cannot be
focused and are practically impossible to transmit in the usual manner
of radio transmissions. ELF/ULF cannot carry voice.
ELF/ULF CAN be carried on radio and ultrasound carrier signals, however,
and are effective in things like setting up a target to be more
receptive to hypnosis, force a target to be unable to sleep, and force a
target to fall asleep daytime. This is like the reverse process of
reading the brain's natural ELF/ULF electrical activity using
Recommended reading: Mind Controllers, Dr. Armen Victorian, 1999, UK
Mind Control, World Control, Jim Keith, 1997, USA Microwave Mind
Control, Tim Rifat, The Truth Campaign, winter 1998, UK
Charles L. Kyte, III
The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
One Gustave Levy Place, Box 1124
New York, NY 10029