Friday, October 21, 2016


So-called “smart dusts” are now being implanted in people’s brains, in the United States and probably elsewhere clandestinely, for a number of reasons; some supposedly useful and benign and some out-rightly malicious. 
First let’s go straight to the heart of the matter. As we have described in several articles in the past, if the signal sent by the brain to cause a certain action in a particular tissue is monitored and recorded; and that recorded signal is subsequently re-sent to that tissue from the recording device (i.e. “played back”), the tissue will respond in exactly the same way as it did when the signal came from the brain (or more precisely the mind), of the subject. In other words, the body has no way of distinguishing between signals coming from the brain of its owner, or similar cloned signals sent remotely from some lab, possibly thousands of kilometres away!
As demonstrated by Kevin Warwick and his wife across the atlantic (Vol 4 No 6, 2001), by sending appropriate signals to an appropriate device that is linked to the nervous system, not just “actions” but even “emotions” can be provoked in people.  Apparently, with advances in neuroscience identifying specific sites for critical actions, it is now becoming possible to remotely induce in people “thoughts,” “inner voices,” “desires,” “pleasure,” pain,” etc by sending appropriate signals to stimulate such specific sites.
The major challenge and limitation to all these is the size of the bio-implants.  While the multi electrode electrical array (MMEA) which we described in Vol 11 No 1 could indeed hold an array of scores of radio-frequency chips in a relatively small space, it is still far too bulky to provide required “spatial resolution” to monitor and record electrical signals from particular spots of special interest in a nerve bundle.  The smart dusts described by a team from University of California, Berkeley in the August 3 edition of the Journal Neuron, describes significant new strides along this field. The radical difference with the smart dust is that it is based on ultrasound, rather than electromagnetic (radio) waves, and it does not require any battery. Describing the work, the authors wrote: Here, we demonstrate neural dust, a wireless and scalable ultrasonic backscatter system for powering and communicating with implanted bioelectronics.”
The US DARPA, sponsors of the research provides a non-technical summary of the device: “Though their miniscule size is an achievement in itself, the dust motes are as impressive for the elegant simplicity of their engineering. Each sensor consists of only three main parts: a pair of electrodes to measure nerve signals, a custom transistor to amplify the signal, and a piezoelectric crystal that serves the dual purpose of converting the mechanical power of externally generated ultrasound waves into electrical power and communicating the recorded nerve activity. The neural dust system also includes an external transceiver board that uses ultrasound to power and communicate with the motes by emitting pulses of ultrasonic energy and listening for reflected pulses”
The DARPA is sponsoring the research under its Electrical Prescriptions (ElectRx) program, which according to the Agency, seeks “to record activity from small-diameter nerves and record independently from many discrete sites within a nerve bundle.” Describing its goal of using such “recorded activity” to subsequently provoke responses from the subject, DARPA talks about “chronic use for biosensing and neuromodulation of peripheral nerve targets”.  Expectedly, the DARPA paints a rosy picture for such applications. “Therapeutic modulation of the activity of the body’s peripheral nervous system (PNS) holds a world of potential for mitigating and treating disease and other health conditions,” it cheerfully claims.
Not many people share DARPA’s optimism however, especially given its pedigree and main interests in human surveillance and similar clandestine activities.  Deborah Dupré  of Before It’s News sees DARPA’s article as a credible explanation for the “mounting evidence that many self-identified innocent Targeted Individuals (TIs), including those at Guantanamo Bay Detention Center, present regarding “remote torture”.”  She suggests that these are among the first wave of neuro dust brain-implanted techno-tortured subjects in an experiment involving controlling their minds to change their behaviors.  This assertion cannot by any means be described as far-fetched.  Our article in Vol 13 No 5 described the MK Ultra experiments in which US agencies, over many years, used innocent citizens as guinea pigs in terrible experiments that threw their minds into utter chaos. Ostensibly, just to stay ahead of the Russians!
Referring to current statistics, Dupre writes, “Targeted Individuals in record numbers are becoming victims of secret human experimentation, mind control, gangstalking, remote neural monitoring.”  She claims that the ultimate goal of DARPA is “to control all of humanity and target-kill remaining humans who oppose militarized removal of God-given free will.”
In the 1959 political thriller novel, The Manchurian Candidate, an American under such remote control by communist Russia was sent to go assassinate a Presidential Candidate, with the memory to be wiped out of him afterwards.  As we pointed out in the last edition, conspiracy theorists came up with such line of thought in discussing the assassination of Jo Cox  during the intense Brexit campaign earlier in the year.
The vision of the globalist New World Order folks is however not limited to individual people.  They actually see the entire planet earth, as a living organism which needs to be monitored 24/7 presumably to save “her” from us humans.  Indeed the original idea for trillions of millimetre-sized smart dusts was by Kris Pister, who in the 1990s, envisioned the planet being covered by trillions of “smart dusts” which “would monitor everything, acting like electronic nerve endings for the planet.”  Nobody is asking where the “brain” controlling all the nerve endings would be!
One of the several groups currently running hard with this vision is the computer and printing company Hewlett-Packard (HP).  In 2010, the Company announced its new major project, which it calls the "Central Nervous System for the Earth."  Just like the implanted neural dusts would monitor various electrophysiological parameters from sites within human beings, these planetary versions, monitoring the outside world would “check to see if ecosystems are healthy, detect earthquakes more rapidly, predict traffic patterns and monitor energy use,” etc.. In furtherance of the idea, the HP has already concluded plans with Royal Dutch Shell “to install 1 million matchbook-size monitors to aid in oil exploration by measuring rock vibrations and movement.”
But with the massive number of sensors, cameras, and similar surveillance systems already in place on the planet (both in space and on ground), what’s the need for “smart dusts” sensors?  Apparently the level of communication between the various products littering the planet is not satisfactory enough for the objectives of the globalists. The power of the smart dusts lie in their sheer number translating to incredible spatial resolution, together with their ability to seamlessly network with one another. It’s a truly frightening prospect of total blanket surveillance, or even of a super electronic mind system for the planet, working independently of Man!
And while the idea of massive smart dust is still being worked out, some are suggesting that the ubiquitous cell phones, already numbering billions and to be found anywhere man is, could be readily developed into such “nerve endings” for planet earth.  As the miniaturization technology continues, even the non-implanted microchips (eg the wearables) could be made to network themselves and provide peripheral nerve endings for planet earth.
All this technology will come to fruition at the emergence of the man for whom it is being prepared, the man of sin, the antichrist.  At that time, there will literally be “no place to hide”.

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