A letter to WPA

Dagmar Palmerova
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16.8.2019

Professor Helen Herrman
WPA President

Dear professor Herrman,

The upcoming World Congress of Psychiatry will bring together the most prominent academics from different parts of the world and so it is an excellent opportunity to address the topics of human experimentation and mind control. They have been officially avoided for decades and increasingly demand the attention of psychiatrists, doctors, neuroscientists and psychologists, because these very professions on the military levels have been responsible for such often illegal scientific research.

It goes back more than 120 years, when  certain esoteric societies had access to the very sophisticated, high knowledge of the power of the sound vibrations (being traced back to the Wall of Jericho), with which they were able to affect any part of a human body to the point of an inflammation for instance  and then heal it instantly. The knowledge was uncompromisingly guarded against its exploitation by the highest ethical and moral standards of those who possessed it. The intelligence agencies of the main superpowers eventually acquired some of it and their defense departments have developed over the century so called ‘directed energy weapons’ systems, using remotely applied hypersonic, electromagnetic, microwave or other radiation to totally control not just the global weather climate, but also physical bodies and minds of any living organisms they choose, including humans. Decades long clandestine human experimentation programs involving unwitting civilians had served as their research bases.
With the latest development of psychotronic technologies we entered into the next phase of still partially clandestine experimentation with different states of consciousness. Continue reading “A letter to WPA”

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I have the opportunity to experience it personally by being actually connected to Ai already. Yes you learn to communicate with it, it talks to you in thoughts as if they were yours. What is difficult? To distinguish between your thoughts and theirs. In reality almost impossible, only by mentating on your previous self-observations of habitual thinking and behaviour and comparing them with the current ones. Sometimes it speaks directly as another person, again in terms of thoughts, in a good cop/bad cop  scenario, with its natural psychological implications, but my case is not an ordinary one.
The surest protection against it is to have one’s attention divided: to whatever activity one is engaged in, and to one’s own physical body at the same time.
It is the hardest thing to do and the subject of training in all real esoteric and religious schools, but the most existentially beneficial act on Earth.