|International Movement for the Ban of Manipulation of Human Nervous
System by Technical Means
The authors list among the possible sources of remote influence on human psyche the "generators of physical fields" "of known as well as unknown nature". Among the greatest dangers for human psyche they define "the blocking of the freedom of will of human being on subliminal level" "instillation on the conscious or subconscious level, into the human psyche, of the information which will cause faulty perception of reality"
In the book they propose as a principle of the Russian defense conception in the area of remote influence on human mind to admit this possibility as a fact, as well as the fact that this influence can be not only local, but global as well and to admit "the realistic feasibility of informational psychotronic war (which as a matter of fact is currently taking place without declaration of war - stressed by the translator) and the feasibility of application of power by means of psychotronic weapon." For that matter they propose the declassification of all works on this technology and warn that as a result of the classification the arms race is speeding up and that only if the declassification is enacted the psychotronic war can be prevented.
Vladimir Lopatin and V. Cygankov, in their book, write "In the USA the devices and methods were created capable to introduce into the subconsciousness of a man the information needed to make the man execute the orders which were introduced there. Those are new man and computer complexes and their objective is the control of the intellect". Among the Russian devices we will name the generator "Radioson" (Radiosleep).
The authors of the book "Psychotronic War, from Myths to Reality" publish as well the information they obtained, together with the journalist from the newspaper Trud, from one of the authors of the invention who declined to publish his last name. According to Ivan Antonovitsch several succesfull experiments were carried out on the authors of the invention as well as on the volunteers among the soldiers, the calculation of the authors of the invention proved that with the generator Radioson a city of an area of 100 square kilometers could be put to sleep.
It is important to state that this is not only the electromagnetic energy which can be used to manipulate human psyche. V. Lopatin and V. Tsygankov dedicated a large portion of their book to the explanation of "torsion fields" which can be used for the manipulation of human psyche with still greater ease since those fields propagate in the nature without obstacles. The American military researcher, nuclear physicist Tom Bearden, ascribes the same effects to "scalar fields" in the interview for the magazine Megabrain Report (originally recorded on February 4, 1991).
|Important new information
excerpts from the book of the Russian politician Vladimir Lopatin
In about 1985 the American CNN TV station broadcasted in the “Special Assignment” series a program on Russian electromagnetic weapons (47). The first part concentrated on directed energy weapons. There was talk about weapons capable to cook people alive (recall microwave oven) and knock out computers and electronic surveillance and communications gear. In this way the airplanes and guided missiles could be placed out of use. The directed energy weapons could also produce the explosions in the extent of nuclear explosions which would not cause radioactivity. The American military experts asserted that the Soviets are ahead of the USA in this research.
. . . In the years 1993 and 1994 American weeklies Defense Electronics (56), Newsweek (57) and Village Voice (58) published the information that Igor Smirnov from Moscow Academy of Medicine demonstrated for the U.S. secret services and FBI experts a device which was capable to subliminally implant thoughts in peoples minds and in this way control their actions. According to those news the FBI considered the use of this device against David Koresh during the siege in Waco.
. . . In October 1992 the Russian weekly Stolitsa (64) published an article on the development of ”psychotronic weapons” where is mentioned the declaration of the Russian academician Kazancheyev. According to the unconfirmed news from the times of the Russian scandal (54) this academician had signed for the Russian part the international agreement of 20 states where they obliged themselves not to use this technology against each other. That he does not have a great trust in this agreement proves the fact that he writes about a ”psychic war” which, in his view, is more dangerous than any other kind of warfare and that the military may use extrasensory perception to paralyze the will of other people, ”turning them into obedient slaves”. He insists on placing this kind of research under international control.