gsehi.comGang stalking Encyclopedia
For every type of harassment I chose one patent. For every patent there may be many similar patents.
Array of magnetrons, 2006 (906.7 K, 15 pages). A powerful microwave weapon can be built from a collection of inexpensive commercial magnetrons. This patent was not awarded. They failed to pay a reminder fee.
Acoustic heterodyne, 1999 (1.1 MB, 17 pages). Two supersonic sounds are broadcast. When they hit a surface, the difference between the two signals is heard, appearing to come from that surface.
Anti shoplifting, 1983 (510.0 K, 12 pages). This modest acoustic hypnotic device is used in shops to stop clients from stealing. Ironically, most shop thefts are committed by employees.
Brain entrainment, 1994 (1.3 MB, 28 pages). This portable device can make someone fall asleep and keep him asleep, wirelessly and from a distance.
Brain wave reduction, 1989 (144.0 K, 6 pages). This device can change the rhythm of your brain waves, wirelessly and from a distance. Eleanor White described on her website † how she measured a signal of 5 Hz. This is a classic example of brain wave reduction. It reduces the mental state of concentration and problem solving to daydreaming.
Contrail, 1975 (150.2 K, 4 pages). Many targets believe in chemtrails. This patent shows that there are indeed devices to create chemtrails.
Directional sound, 2009 (538.5 K, 49 pages). This recent invention differs from parametric speakers.
Dream to skull, 2003 (432.8 K, 8 pages). This invention can beam all types of sensory information to the brain. In 2004 they improved it (1.1 MB, 21 pages) but this patent has not yet been awarded.
EEG cloning, 1993 (648.9 K, 13 pages). In the film Control Factor we see that the EEG of a drug addict is broadcast to a target, wirelessly and from a distance. The target suddenly starts to feel like a drug addict.
Electric aversion, 1994 (895.7 K, 14 pages). This patent suggests that there are robot-persons who are electrocuted if they don’t follow orders.
Electric scarecrow, 1998 (103.3 K, 9 pages). These devices are being used in airports.
Horn array emitter, 2005 (129.0 K, 10 pages). This looks like a variant of the parametric speaker.
LIDA machine, 1973 (553.4 K, 8 pages). This is often quoted by targets, but I would be surprised if they ever use this against a target.
Microwave voice to skull, 1989 (754.8 K, 19 pages). This device can cause voices in the head, wirelessly and from a distance.
Mind reading, 2000 (107.4 K, 10 pages). This device can read brain states, wirelessly and from a distance.
Neurophone, 1991 (246.9 K, 7 pages). This device uses bone conduction to bring sound to the inner ear. So an implant in the bone could cause hearing.
Parametric speaker, 2005 (127.2 K, 11 pages). There are two variants: HoloSonic Sound by Elwood Norris and Audio Spotlight by Dr. Frank Pompei (Ph. D. acoustics).
Remote EEG, 1975 (489.4 K, 13 pages). This device can make an EEG, wirelessly and from a distance. Remarkably, this is one of the oldest devices.
Sexual arousal, 2002 (194.2 K, 13 pages). This acoustic device can be used to make someone sexually excited.
Silent sound, 2000 (171.5 K, 7 pages). This acoustic device can cause voices in the head.
Silent sound and microwave combined, 1992 (206.0 K, 16 pages). This device can cause voices in the head, wirelessly and from a distance.
Subvocal recognition, 1989 (359.3 K, 10 pages). This device can be used to hear what you say silently to yourself, wirelessly and from a distance.
Tooth implant, 1965 (870.6 K, 10 pages). This device can cause voices in the head, wirelessly and from a distance.
Wired subliminal TV, 1986 (688.9 K, 9 pages). This modest visual hypnotic device needs to be connected to a TV cable.
Wireless lie detector, 1996 (1.4 MB, 14 pages). This device can be used to find out whether someone tells the truth, wirelessly and from a distance.
Wireless subliminal TV, 1993 (964.7 K, 21 pages). This modest visual hypnotic device replaces a TV broadcast signal.
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