gsehi.comGang stalking Encyclopedia
This page doesn’t include magazine articles which are related to court cases, shootings and terrorism. They have their own page.
Most magazines are for military and electronics.
The articles are sorted chronologically.
U.S. explores Russian mind-control technology by Barbara Opal (48.6 K, 2 pages) on January 11, 1993.
Cold war nonconsensual experiments: the threat of neuroweapons and the danger it will happen again by Dr. Cheryl Welsh (Doctor of Jurisprudence) (379.5 K, 32 pages) in June 2012.
Gang stalking by private investigator John Lopes (105.7 K, 2 pages) in April 2008.
The new mental battlefield: beam me up, Spock! by John Alexander (553.0 K, 9 pages) in December 1980.
Sony patent for brain manipulation by Jenny Hogan and Barry Fox (172.2 K, 4 pages) on April 7, 2005.
Microwave attack? by an unknown reporter (181.4 K, 1 page) on December 16, 2017.
Mind control: ultimate Brave New World by Dr. Nick Begich (Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine) (333.8 K, 22 pages) in February-March and April-May 2006.
The mind has no firewall by Timothy Thomas (57.8 K, 9 pages) in Spring 1998.
Are ‘they’ watching? by Lance Anderson (378.0 K, 4 pages) on April 19, 2006. This is the first magazine article about gang stalking.
Mind control by Lary Collins (88.9 K, 10 pages) in 1990.
Electronics and brain control by George Lawrence (494.5 K, 5 pages) in July 1973.
Alpha brainwaves & biofeedback training by Mitchell Waite (465.3 K, 6 pages) in December 1992.
Machines that read minds by Gary Selden (22.5 K, 8 pages) in October 1981.
Spotlight of sound by Dr. Frank Pompei (Ph. D. acoustics) (1.1 MB, 4 pages) in July 2009.
Mind control targeting by Dr. Cheryl Welsh (Doctor of Jurisprudence) (248.8 K, 6 pages) in October-December 2012.
The threats are real by Dr. Cheryl Welsh (Doctor of Jurisprudence) (299.7 K, 5 pages) in February-April 2013.
Misled & betrayed by Dr. Cheryl Welsh (Doctor of Jurisprudence) (9.8 MB, 31 pages) in June-August 2013.
Mind games: the tortured lives of ‘targeted individuals’ by Laura Yan (www.wired.com) (63.9 K, 7 pages) on March 4, 2018.
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