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Wikipedia States That They "Frey Effect" Or "Microwave Auditory Hearing" Are REAL, But That Individuals Harrassed With Voice-To-Skull Are DELUSIONAL


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This is just hilarious. First Wikipedia says that INDEED, the human brain/ear can hear "speech transmitted through microwaves":




But somehow - in the same article - people claiming electronic harrassment with Voice-To-Skull are "Delusional":



Numerous individuals suffering from auditory hallucinations, delusional disorders,[14] or other mental illnesses have claimed that government agents use forms of mind control technologies based on microwave signals to transmit sounds and thoughts into their heads as a form of electronic harassment, referring to the alleged technology as "voice to skull" or "V2K".[15]


There are extensive online support networks and numerous websites[14] maintained by people fearing mind control. California psychiatrist Alan Drucker[failed verification] has identified evidence of delusional disorders on many of these websites and other psychologists are divided over whether such sites reinforce mental troubles, or act as a form of group social support.[16]


Psychologists have identified many examples of people reporting 'mind control experiences' (MCEs) on self-published web pages that are "highly likely to be influenced by delusional beliefs". Common themes include "Bad Guys" using "psychotronics" and "microwaves", frequent mention of the CIA's MKULTRA project, and frequent citing of Frey's 1962 paper entitled "Human auditory system response to modulated electromagnetic energy".[17][18]


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1 hour ago, andy1033 said:

There are very real victims of mind control techs, and its been happening for decades. Dumbos wrote that article.


Yes. I personally think that they TESTED THE TECH EXTENSIVELY ON INNOCENT INDIVIDUALS for decades,





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There are videos of these devices on youtube, they do exist and do work. I remeber seeing one on a practical joke show and they said things to people in a queue that thought the person behind them said it.


They'd play sound like money falling on the ground or people farting and only the target could her it.


You could make someone schizophrenic not to menton last century with iron fillings and high power radio antenna people could pick up stations on their teeth.

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