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Dangers Of WiFi

Published September 2, 2017 by tindertender

Wifi is a dangerous thing when held to close to the body.

Just now, I lay on the couch, phone in hand, surfing the net. My hand went numb and from the elbow down it tingles, not from falling asleep though. The muscle in my forearm has been feeling swollen and achy.  I’ve noticed this lately, every time I involve myself in this activity with this device.

My abdomen felt achy and hot when I lay my laptop on my lap to search the internet and work on-line, and when stopped, deciding to keep the laptop on the table and not use it on my lap any longer, my stomach area quit aching.

There are severe dangers the public is not readily told, in fact completely and adamantly lied to about, while we purchase and use these things ~ the manufactures rake in the dough while our health suffers.

Radiation poisoning is very real. While we have the access it would behoove us to use this “tool” to educate ourselves.

Genetically damaged children beget genetically damaged children, on and on until the end of the family line.

“Wirelessly” Harming Your Health

Nervous system manipulation

Published July 8, 2017 by tindertender

Mind Control is Real: United States Patent 6506148 B2 Confirms Human Nervous System Can be Manipulated Through Electromagnetic Fields from Monitors

The subject of mind control has been keenly contested for some time now. Mind or thought control is broadly defined as human subjects being indoctrinated in a way that causes an impairment of autonomy – the inability to think independently, and a disruption of beliefs and affiliations.

Mind control was initially considered a mere conspiracy theory. During the early days of the term, its adherents believed a human’s mind could be controlled through the dissemination of propaganda messages to suit the person disseminating the message. Even media theories such as Agenda Setting, Framing and Priming supported the notion that the human mind could be controlled to think in a certain direction the media wanted. This, in theory, becomes possible through the messages the media disseminate to the public. As the media constantly bombard people with a specific message or idea, over time, people become addicted to it, adopting it as a reality. Of course, if this happens, it means the thinking faculties of people have been altered.

However, mind control moved from mere communication messages of the media to something deeper after a shocking revelation. In 1999, the forensic psychologist Dick Anthony revealed that the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) invented damning brainwashing techniques against communism during the Korean War.

Anthony’s revelation led to further scrutiny of the CIA. It later emerged that the United States government had been experimenting on how to control the human mind immediately after the end of the Second World War. In 1945, the government secretly recruited many Nazi scientists, some of whom had been identified and prosecuted as war criminals during the Nuremberg Trials. The recruitment was code-named Operation Paperclip. The objective of Operation Paperclip was to tap into the knowledge of these Nazi criminal scientists. The Nazis were told that if they would agree and work for the United States government, the government would protect them from prosecution. The Nazis agreed rather than being sent to the gallows.

After recruiting them into the United States, the government used the Nazis in many highly clandestine experiments. One of such experiments was how to control the human mind through technology and science. With the help of the Nazis, in the 1950s, the CIA and the Defense Department conducted secret research codenamed MKULTRA. The project was later renamed Project ARTICHOKE. The purpose was to study mind control, interrogation, behavior modification and related topics.

When these secrets were made public, the CIA never contested them, except to say it discontinued the programs. But the big question here is: can we trust the CIA? What if they succeeded in inventing a technology to control the human mind with which we are unaware of?

In 2013, the BBC published an article titled “Are we close to making human ‘mind control’ a reality?” In the article, it was said that Rajesh Raoa, a researcher at the University of Washington, had succeeded in playing a computer game with his mind without using any physical controllers.

Mr Raoa’s invention convinced many researchers that mind control is no longer a conspiracy theory, that it is real. Some researchers expressed grave concerns about the invention of Raoa, saying it could lead to a Zombie apocalypse.

“When we have full links into the brain directly and you can control someone like a robot then we might have problems,” said Dr Ian Pearson, a futurologist with a background in science and engineering.

To further prove to you without any ambiguity that mind control is real, and that the technology to do the highly immoral, unethical and corrupt job is available, we look at something we have chanced upon on the internet.

The Abstract of the work reads: “Physiological effects have been observed in a human subject in response to stimulation of the skin with weak electromagnetic fields that are pulsed with certain frequencies near ½ Hz or 2.4 Hz, such as to excite a sensory resonance. Many computer monitors and TV tubes, when displaying pulsed images, emit pulsed electromagnetic fields of sufficient amplitudes to cause such excitation. It is therefore possible to manipulate the nervous system of a subject by pulsing images displayed on a nearby computer monitor or TV set. For the latter, the image pulsing may be imbedded in the program material, or it may be overlaid by modulating a video stream, either as an RF signal or as a video signal. The image displayed on a computer monitor may be pulsed effectively by a simple computer program. For certain monitors, pulsed electromagnetic fields capable of exciting sensory resonances in nearby subjects may be generated even as the displayed images are pulsed with subliminal intensity.”

According to the publication on Google, Hendricus G. Loos is the owner of the work. He filed the work in June 2001, but was published in January 2003. When we attempted to find more details on Mr Loos, we realized he isn’t popular on the internet, not even mentioned in Wikipedia. Few articles have been written about him. What we did find, however, is his work on the manipulation of the nervous system with electronic devices started in 1978, publishing nine works since.

Now, to put the work in a simple context, let’s consider a simple definition of the nervous system. According to neuroscientists, the human nervous system controls everything from breathing and producing digestive enzymes, to memory and intelligence. In fact, the central part of the nervous system is the brain.

If patent number US 6506148 B2 says that the nervous system can be manipulated by electromagnetic fields from monitors, need we not tell you that Your Mind is Being Manipulated with Monitors?

Especially televisions, they have become deadly weapons to us. From the recent WikiLeaks Vault 7 disclosure, it emerged how the CIA used Samsung smart TVs to spy on people.

From all indications, the United States government has secret technologies. The secret technologies are increasingly becoming embedded in most of the technology we use every day. This helps the United States government to maintain its hegemony over every being on this planet. The secret knowledge the Nazis had under Adolf Hitler is now in the hands of the United States, and is being put to use.

Our goal is to raise awareness. When we were investigating this issue, somebody told us it’s time to get rid of our TV sets. The person said the evidence is overwhelming. Truly, we are shocked by the available evidence. One important question we should be asking now is why is the mainstream media still silent on this issue? This tells you that the end goal of the media is never to educate and raise awareness. It is created and controlled by the elite to put us in the dark, so they can continue to profit from us.

From now on, never dismiss any conspiracy theory. Take your time to read about the theory and do a little research about it first. Research on such topics shouldn’t be difficult since we are in the Information Age.

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Touchless Torture. Target Humanity.

Published July 8, 2017 by tindertender

This world isn’t ruled by people who feel warm and fuzzy when they think of us. There are plots and ploys that have been in place for a very long time. We have not been aware. Information is available which will educate us on the way the minds of corporations, funded by tax dollars, work. My hope is that more people than not will have an interest and delve deep into the sinister programs in the works, and begin to take notice of the symptoms of these program in the people and life of all, including the trees and waters ~ lands and foods, and the very air we breathe, it has a taste now.
Page 27: “environmental risks from the release of nanoparticles
into the environment; • safety risks from nanoparticles for workers and
Page 30-31: “Uptake of nanoparticles via the lung
As pointed out in a recent review article by Hoet in
the Journal of Nanobiotechnology, most nano-sized
spherical solid materials will easily enter the lungs and
reach the alveoli.
Inhaled particles can have two major effects on the
human body:
• Their primary toxic effect is to induce inflammation
in the respiratory tract, causing tissue damage and
subsequent systemic effects. The property that
drives the inflammogenicity of nanoparticles is
unknown but is expected relate to particle surface
area and number of particles. Nanoparticles can
impair the ability of macrophages to phagocytose and
clear particles, and this may contribute to
inflammatory reactions,
• Transport through the blood stream to other vital
organs or tissues of the body. This may result in
cardiovascular and other extrapulmonary effects.
Some scientists have compared nanotubes with asbestos
in terms of risks, because they resemble asbestos fiber
in their needle like shape. The concern is particularly
applicable to fibers of high biopersistence54. Although
the comparison seems plausible, it has been pointed
out, that the nanotube fibers tend to clump together
rather than exist as single fibers, thus possibly
significantly reducing exposure and their potential to
do harm.

What does Billions upon Billions spent by our government on brain mapping the human mind, psychotronic touchless torture, targeted individuals, self-replicating nano-bots, Morgellons disease, smart dust, geoengineering, scalar waves, GWEN towers, Dwave Quantum super computers, Black goo, Gray Goo, Goo-gle and Archons have in common?

They are all being used together for a mass mind control agenda using wireless remote brain mapping to be able to override one’s own thoughts, feelings and actions from anywhere in the world, anytime using smart dust released from geoengineering smart dust carrying planes released into the air to enter our bodies with sub atomic particulate matter. This is the ultimate mind control technology where machines are taking control of human minds around the world since at least the mid 1970’s to the point where we are all Phase I affected and many TI’s (targeted individuals) are Phase II where voices are inside your head, body functions are controlled remotely and lives are ruined to the pt. that some TI’s commit suicide to escape the torture.

Skunkworks Employee Speaks Out

Published February 10, 2017 by tindertender

If you are short on time and want to skip, please begin at 30 minutes. Information is key if we are to awaken to reality.

“Mighty Girl” Barred From Entering USA

Published February 2, 2017 by tindertender
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Samira Asgari, a computational biologist with a newly minted PhD, was on the verge of starting a prestigious postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School studying infectious diseases when she was stopped from boarding her flight to Boston this weekend. The 30-year-old Iranian scientist, who completed her doctorate at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland last spring, says: “A gentleman stopped me from boarding the plane. He told me he was a consulate of the American government in Frankfurt and not allowing anybody with a number of nationalities to board planes to the United States.” Despite having a valid visa and having traveled to the US five times in the past, the promising young researcher, who had already quit her job and given up her apartment in preparation for the move, was left stranded — and feeling differently about the United States. “America always seemed like a land of opportunity, that if you’re willing to be a part of this community, it reciprocates,” she says. “That has changed. The image of America as a country that is free and that has a history of fighting discrimination, of fighting biases — it’s like going a step back.”

Samira was going to start working with Dr. Soumya Raychaudhuri, a rheumatologist at the Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital, on a tuberculosis project. “I was going to do research on genomics of infectious disorders,” she explains. “I’m trying to understand how human genetics affect susceptibility to different infectious agents, and how we can help those people [with infections].” Making arrangements to come to the US took seven months: “I’ve done interviews for postdoc positions since July, I’ve already been in the US for interviews, and then I started writing my grant proposal. I put a lot of research into that.” She was approved for a J-1 visa and even won an award granting her two years of funding from the Swiss National Science Foundation, which would have paid her salary in full. “I was really ready to go,” Samira says. “I had done everything right.”

She still finds it hard to believe this is happening. “My first reaction was: But I have a valid visa,” she recalls. “He told me this is an American government-issued visa, and they decided they are not valid, so I cannot board the plane… He was there to execute the order. I was left to deal with it.” Even if the ban ends up being temporary, Samira says that her visa will expire by then and she’s uncertain if she’ll be able to secure a new one; leaving her entire fellowship and the contributions she could have made toward fighting infectious diseases up in the air. “The United States is the place everybody thinks that if you’re good enough, and work hard enough, you can reach anything you want,” she says. “It’s a land of many generations of immigrants, many people who came on visas who have contributed to the community. My hope was I could bring my expertise and learn from the great research community in Boston. That didn’t happen.”

You can read an interview with Samira about her experiences on Vox, visit — or to read more about how scientists have been affected by the Administration’s ban in Scientific American at

Several civil rights groups are already taking legal action against the Administration’s illegal Muslim ban. To support these organizations’ legal fight with your donations and advocacy, visit the ACLU Nationwide ( and the National Immigration Law Center ( To learn more about how to take a stand as an individual, visit the Indivisible Guide (

For an excellent new book to foster children’s empathy for people from other countries by showing them that we all came from somewhere else, check out “This Is Me: A Story of Who We Are and Where We Came From” for ages 4 to 8 at

For books about Mighty Girls who stand together for justice and acceptance of all people, check out our blog post “Standing Together: 50 Mighty Girl Books Celebrating Diversity and Acceptance” at

For books for children and teens about the value of diversity, check out our “Multicultural Fiction” book section at

Scientists like Samira Asgari are fantastic role models for Mighty Girls everywhere! To introduce young readers to more inspiring female scientists, check out our blog post, “Celebrating Science: 50 Books to Inspire Science-Loving Mighty Girls,” at


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