Wireless Networks

What if transmissions from the wireless networks that we rely upon everyday contained electromagnetic sub-structures intended to covertly influence our thoughts and behaviour?

The primary enabling mechanism for such a capability is termed “neuro-entrainment”. It exploits our natural susceptibility, and deterministic response, to particular patterns of electromagnetic energy. To remain hidden, such an influence must operate independently of any coinciding recognisable voice or data content.

In considering this proposition, it is therefore relevant to examine the signaling capabilities of networks that lend themselves to this purpose. One need look no further than those currently deployed on a mass scale, and thereby shielded from public suspicion by being commonplace.


All mobile phone networks share the same commercial imperative of optimising use of Government-allocated bandwidth. 2G thus allowed for simultaneous phone conversations by isolating each as bursts of data within its own recurring time “frame”. To effect this, the radio frequency carrier was made to switch on and off at continuous fixed intervals, the most prominent being 8.34 cycles per second (Hz) and 217Hz.

Strangely, the former coincides with electrical brain wave activity in the Alpha frequency band. The latter has been scientifically demonstrated to inhibit neuronal firing rates. Together, they would be expected to induce a state of consciousness that is passively receptive to any subliminal messages incorporated within the transmitted signal.

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In continuing pursuit of efficiency and security, 3G abandoned time domain modulation in favour of assigning each conversation a “random” code that could only be processed by participating devices. This takes the form of 2,560 pulses (chips) embedded at a slot rate of 1.5KHz within each 100Hz frame of the transmission. Peak spectral power is 3.84MHz.

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By manipulating the active states of successive chips, a more elaborate mechanism for psychoactive broadcasts is possible. To be specific, two or more can be left “on” in sequence between “off” cycles to replicate an information-carrying, pulse width modulated (PWM) signal. This format resembles frequency modulation (FM) which the brain has an innate ability to decode, and thus assimilate without conscious participation. The result is a fully programmable, subliminal delivery system.

Depending on the technology enlisted, it is capable of transmitting within a confined radius to individuals, or over kilometres to large populations. The administered influence could be sub vocal opinion shaping or behavioural commands, brain wave analogues that directly alter consciousness, or biometric precursors to control bodily functions and sensations.

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4G represented an evolutionary leap in technology. It introduced MIMO phased array antennas and OFDMA. The latter is a multiplexing scheme whereby each concurrent data stream transmits within its own sub-carrier frequency band. Of particular note is that the information content is conveyed via a form of amplitude modulation (QAM). This allows it to mimic “natural” perceptual or biological signals for induced effects.

Additional to this, each frequency represents a wavelength. They can be chosen to, in combination, project dimensional energy patterns.

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5G New Radio (NR)

As of this date, “5G” is simply a marketed upgrade to 4G LTE. However, it will evolve to occupy the portion of the spectrum above 30GHz known as the millimetre wave (mmW) band. These extremely high frequencies are far more directional and propagate only over short range. Consequently, millions of new antennas will need to be deployed throughout populated areas, mostly upon existing structures.

For this reason, 5G capitalises further upon MIMO. One capability is to focus collimated beams onto a specified geographical coordinate so as to construct a stationary wave structure, or energy “hologram”. This can be achieved at a distance through phase retardation or triangulation of multiple emitters.

Alternatively, destructive interference may be enacted through superposition of anti-phase electromagnetic (EM) field vectors. This generates a virtual potential field, as described by quantum field theory. The result is that any embedded information translates to a higher order domain. From there it can return, to any predefined locality, as a compensatory force to affect physical matter. Among other things, this would permit untraceable “soft kill” operations utilising adverse energetic signatures.

Additional to a general degradation in human health and resistance to control, the high levels of background radiation so produced will furnish illumination for passive radar, an “all-seeing eye” that can track objects and persons through their unique absorption profile. This process can be used to establish a feedback loop enabling a transmitted signal to adapt in real time to maximise interface with any intended target.


Perhaps the most notable feature of the now ubiquitous wireless internet modems is that they subject anyone nearby to a continuous 10Hz EM pulsation. In addition to being a sedating Alpha brain wave, this frequency is also experimentally proven to be the easiest to entrain. An envisioned function would be as a universal conditioning agent for simultaneously applied modes of psychoactive stimuli.

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Carrier Frequencies

While the foregoing signal content may arouse a degree of suspicion, a complete picture emerges only after examining the specific frequencies within the microwave region chosen to effect their geographic propagation.

As can be seen in the chart below, when corrected for the refractive index of human soft body tissue, these correspond in wavelength to the cross sections of an adult human skull. In other words, the radio frequency telecommunication carriers that now envelop us are optimal to be absorbed by, or resonate with, the adult brain cavity.

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Relevant to the above point is the phenomena of synthetic telepathy. Simply stated, the inner ear possesses an the ability to “hear” voice messages modulated upon microwaves. Although the required signal strength for this response is higher than normally encountered, it is not unreasonable to speculate that a subliminal counterpart may be in effect.