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Sooner or later, a targeted individual will complain of hearing voices.


  1. Self diagnosis
  2. Multiple technologies
  3. Hearing voices study

Self diagnosis

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Multiple technologies

The voices are probably caused by multiple technologies. They will probably use the technology which is most suitable for the situation. Whether you are home, in a shop, on the road or on a boat, they will probably use something different.

Whatever they use, it will depend much on distance. Also, everything which contains water, like trees, absorbs microwaves.

Higher frequencies work better over shorter distances. Microwave voice to skull can be used at a distance of over 100 meters. For larger distances they will probably use CB to communicate with implants in the eardrums or eventually, tooth implants.

Many victims report being followed by white vans. We suppose that they contain a radar which is necessary for microwave voice to skull.

Some victims report hearing voices coming from passing cars. This is probably the CB-implants combination.

It’s very likely that they have also technology that is so exotic that we can’t guess its existence. For example, in 1994 it was already possible to inject magnets with a diameter of 0.6 mm in the ears. When they cause the magnets to vibrate, this causes hearing. They can also inject filaments and make them resonate.

So expect that the worst is yet to come. But, I have to say, most patents that claim that they can make you hear voices make use of microwaves. This implies also that they work over a short distance.

Hearing voices study

Victims are harassed at a large scale. One study showed that in Northern Ireland 21-23% of 11-13 year old children hear voices. I suspect that they are all harassed with voice to skull.

One-fifth of young adolescents hear voices, study reveals

Hallucinations reported by 11 to 13-year-olds in Dublin ranged from isolated sentences to full conversations.

MORE THAN ONE in five Irish children between the age of 11 and 13 report hearing voices, according to new research into auditory hallucinations.

Roughly 21-23 per cent of young adolescents interviewed for the study in Dublin said they had heard voices.

The hallucinations ranged from occasional sentences to full conversations lasting several minutes, lead researcher Ian Kelleher said.

We found that auditory hallucinations were common even in children as young as 11 years old. It may present like screaming or shouting, and other times it could sound like whispers or murmurs. It varies greatly from child to child, and frequency can be once a month to once every day.

More than half of the 11-to-13-year-olds who reported hearing voices were found to have a diagnosable psychiatric disorder.

Among the children aged between 13 and 16, seven per cent said they had heard voices. However, almost 80 per cent of those experiencing auditory hallucinations were found to have a psychiatric disorder.

The findings show a strong link between hearing voices and serious mental illness, according to researchers at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, who assessed nearly 2,500 children. Kelleher said:

For many children, these experiences appear to represent a ‘blip’ on the radar that does not turn out to signify any underlying or undiagnosed problem. However, for the other children, these symptoms turned out to be a warning sign of serious underlying psychiatric illness, including clinical depression.

He said if children reported hearing voices, doctors should consider that they “may have more than one diagnosis.” The research was published in the British Journal of Psychiatry.

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