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Subliminal Contact: Thousands Are Affected
We have received several lengthy and comprehensive reports
from worldwide sources detailing episodes of subliminal
contact or telepathic communication from unknown sources.
While we believe these people have experienced something, we
have generally reserved judgement or analysis until we could
obtain some sort of confirmation that governments are using
subliminal transmission devices, or that anyone can use them
with any degree of effectiveness.
Following is a portion of a telephone conversation with a
reliable contact who seems to have confirmed what many of us
have long suspected.
There was some discussion of other subjects running through
this portion and we have abridged the conversation to avoid
FIO: "Would you be surprised to learn that the FBI consulted
their chums at KGB headquarters in Moscow during the assault
on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco?"
WE: "Really? What for?"
FIO: "They wanted to borrow one of KGB's psychological
to persuade Mr. Koresh to surrender."
WE: "What sort of weapon?"
FIO: "The KGB has had for some years a technique for beaming
inaudible or barely audible subliminal transmissions to
individuals and groups that could have convinced Mr. Koresh he
was actually hearing the voice of GOD."
FIO: "Oh, yes! I suppose you don't believe it but I assure you
it is true. They developed the weapon to convince enemy
soldiers_Americans_to lay down their weapons or disgruntled
citizens to follow the orders of their politicians."
WE: "Why didn't they use it?"
FIO: "How can we be certain they didn't?"
WE: "But Mr. Koresh didn't surrender."
FIO: "Precisely my point. Odd, don't you think? Especially in
the face of such overwhelming firepower."
WE: "You're saying they might have suggested he resist... ."
FIO: "...so they could kill them. There was a time when it
seemed Koresh was willing to surrender. A few of them actually
did. But then he suddenly changed his mind, saying he was
instructed by God not to surrender. I found that very
WE: "Do you think we have the same kinds of weapons?"
FIO: "I'm certain we do, even if we purchased them from the
Russians. But I'm waiting for you to ask some pointed
WE: "Which ones?"
FIO: "Why is the Justice Department so chummy with the KGB,
how did they know the Russkies had the weapon and why did the
Russkies not deny they had such a weapon."
WE: "Okay, why?"
FIO: "Number one, American technology and tax dollars probably
helped develop the weapons and number two, CIA, KGB and FBI
are really just different divisions of the same intelligence
network. They've always shared a great deal of their
technological information, regardless of what the media or the
feds would have us believe to the contrary. But the Russians
developed some other rather technologically superior devices
as well. Notable is a type of radar that can penetrate the
walls of buildings to see people, machines and weapons inside;
to render the buildings invisible as it were."
WE: "Could the FBI have used such a device at Waco?"
FIO: "They could have but whether or not they did is something
we may never know. They would have to obtain special access to
the satellite or allot funds for a blackbird flight. It is
academic now in any event, however, it is chilling to know
that governments can and do develop and use such advanced
devices against their citizens, don't you think?"
WE: "Ummm. You know, we've had people write to tell us they
have heard sounds or voices, sometimes sounding like a tape
recording being played fast forward. Do you think those sounds
could be from subliminal transmissions?"
FIO: "Are these people under the scrutiny of law enforcement
WE: "Oh, no. They are people who are investigating UFO's or
who claim to have been abducted by aliens. I've heard them
myself while doing research on UFO's."
WE: "Do you think they could be subliminal transmissions?"
FIO: "We... I don't know that much about UFO's."
WE: "I'm not asking you about UFO's; I'm asking you about
subliminal transmission weapons."
FIO: "I'm sorry. This is a subject I cannot address."
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