Artificial microwave voice to skull transmission was successfully demonstrated by researcher Dr. Joseph Sharp in 1973, announced at a seminar from the University of Utah in 1974, and in the journal "American Psychologist" in the March, 1975 issue, article title "Microwaves and Behavior" by Dr. Don Justesen.
Excerpts of that article are below on this page.
Since that time, thousands of people have received voice to skull transmissions but display no signs of mental illness. A few medical professionals have privately confided to their patients that they know about electronic harassment by groups who also engage in non- electronic organized stalking, but by and large, medical professionals maintain an official position that simply claiming electronic harassment and group stalking prove a target of this activity is mentally ill.
Targets of organized stalking and electronic harassment (OS/EH) have discovered that multiple radios playing different talk-oriented content can mask the content of the voice to skull (V2S) attacks. This page is intended specifically for medical professionals to offer this same countermeasure against artificial voice to skull as potentially helpful for mentally ill people who suffer "voices" from natural causes. Here below are audio tracks which make it easier for anyone suffering voices from any cause to try this countermeasure:
ANTI-V2S (voice to skull) MP3 audio tracks: RIGHT click one or the other link below to download. Then load from your PC to your MP3 player to take anti-V2S multi-radio show masking with you in the community or at work:
** Please save a COPY to your hard drive for repeated playing.
These audio files are a jumble of voices talking simultaneously. They act as a countermeasure against endless voice to skull transmissions by making the voice to skull speaker just one of many audio threads. This allows the target to avoid having their attention forced on to the content of what the perpetrator is saying. The perpetrators have been known to cease voice to skull attacks as their content has only limited effect on a target who uses this countermeasure.
Journal "The American Psychologist"
March 1975 issue, article "Microwaves and Behavior" by Dr. Don Justesen, KC MO Veterans Hospital explaining Sharp’s Voice to Skull success
Above image shows the journal masthead information.
Above image shows the contents entry for the article.
Above image shows the start of the article, with the very important statement about the August 1974 public announcement of the successful transmission of pulsed microwave voice to skull at the University of Utah.
Above image gives the description of the successful modulation. Note that the fidelity of current-day voice to skull transmission is much higher after three- plus decades of apparent development.
Above image illustrates the modulation method used by Dr. Joseph Sharp for the first known successful transmission of voice to skull using pulsed microwave. No implants are required for this form of V2S transmission, and this form of transmission will penetrate non-conducting walls. Image below shows a simple circuit which can duplicate Sharp’s modulation method.
Above image shows a simple 555 timer chip circuit which can duplicate Joseph Sharp’s original modulation method. When output to a loudspeaker, voice and music are recognizable.
This page provided by Eleanor White