The sexual and other torture of humans for harvesting their energy through 5G grid is one of the most shocking examples of what happens when esoteric science gets into the secular hands of the US & Nato defense departments. Then it becomes an avalanche across the globe. How do psychologists characterize such thinking?
Available since at least 1915. Anyone with the most basic knowledge of human anatomy can figure out the process.
P.D.Ouspensky, ISOM, page 233-35
“A very important role in the human machine is played by a certain kind of
accumulator. There are two small accumulators near each center filled with the
particular substance necessary for the work of the given center.
In addition, there is in the organism a large accumulator which feeds the small
ones. The small accumulators are connected together, and further, each of them is
connected with the center next to which it stands, as well as with the large
G. drew a general diagram of the “human machine” and pointed out the positions of
the large and small accumulators and the connections between them.
“Accumulators work in the following way,” he said. “Let us suppose that a man is
working or is reading a difficult book and trying to understand it, in which case
several ‘rolls’ revolve in the thinking apparatus in his head. Or let us suppose that he is
walking up a hill and is getting tired, in which case the ‘rolls’ revolve in the moving
“In the first instance the intellectual center, and in the second the moving center,
draw the energy necessary for their work from the small accumulators. When an
accumulator is nearly empty a man feels tired. He would like to stop, to sit down if he
is walking, to think of something else if he is solving a difficult problem. But quite
unexpectedly he feels an inflow of strength, and he is once more able to walk or to
work. This means that the center has become connected with the second accumulator
and is taking energy from it. Meanwhile the first accumulator is refilling with energy
from the large accumulator. The work of the center goes on. The man continues to
walk or to work. Sometimes a short rest is required to insure this connection.
Sometimes a shock, sometimes an effort. Anyway, the work goes on. After a certain
time the store of energy in the second accumulator also becomes exhausted. The man
again feels tired.
“Again an external shock, or a short rest, or a cigarette, or an effort, and he is
connected with the first accumulator. But it may easily happen that the center has
drawn energy from the second accumulator so quickly that the first one has had no
time to refill itself from the large accumulator, and has taken only half the energy it
can hold; it is only half full.
“Having become reconnected with the first accumulator the center begins to draw
energy from it, while the second accumulator becomes connected with and draws
energy from the large accumulator. But this time the first accumulator was only half
full. The center quickly exhausts its energy, and in the meantime the second
accumulator has succeeded in getting only a quarter full. The center becomes
connected with it, swiftly exhausts all its energy, and connects once more with the
first accumulator, and so on. After a certain time the organism is brought to such a
state that neither of the small accumulators has a drop of energy left. This time the
man feels really tired. He almost falls down, he almost drops asleep, or else his
organism becomes affected, he starts a headache, palpitations begin, or he feels sick.
“Then suddenly, again a short rest, or an external shock, or an effort, brings a new
flow of energy and the man is once more able to think, to walk, or to work.
“This means that the center has become connected directly to the large
accumulator. The large accumulator contains an enormous amount of energy.
Connected with the large accumulator a man is literally able to perform miracles. But
of course, if the ‘rolls’ continue to turn and energy which is made from air, food, and
impressions continue to pour out of the large accumulator faster than it pours in,
then there comes a moment when the large accumulator is drained of all energy and
the organism dies. ………….
Our aim…… is to learn to connect the necessary center with the large
accumulator. So long as we are unable to do this, all our work will be wasted because
we shall fall asleep before our efforts can give any kind of results.
“Small accumulators suffice for the ordinary, everyday work of life. But for work
on oneself, for inner growth, and for the efforts which are required of a man who
enters the way, the energy from these small accumulators is not enough.
“We must learn how to draw energy straight from the large accumulator.
“This however is possible only with the help of the emotional center. It is essential
that this be understood. The connection with the large accumulator can be effected
only through the emotional center. The instinctive, moving, and intellectual centers,
by themselves, can feed only on the small accumulators.
“This is precisely what people do not understand. Therefore their aim must be the
development of the activity of the emotional center. The emotional center is an
apparatus much more subtle than the intellectual center, particularly if we take into
consideration the fact that in the whole of the intellectual center the only part that
works is the formatory apparatus and that many things are quite inaccessible to the
intellectual center. If anyone desires to know and to understand more than he actually
knows and understands, he must remember that this new knowledge and this new
understanding will come through the emotional center and not through the intellectual