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The Targeted Individuals Program 01/12/2017 Targeted Individuals Association GB – Author: Gary Owens Mr Gary Owens wrote the collated article and broke down the technology, we used every available source over the internet to collate and compile every piece of information out there needed to break down the technology, we have
listed the sources of information at the bottom, if anyone’s been left out, let us know and we will amend.
This documents is for people who have already read the basic information about Targeted Individuals, if you’re new to
this subject, you should read the documents at the bottom of the page first in the order they are numbered.
This document is written from a British perspective.
Who Runs IT & How it’s Deployed Against The Civilian Population: The whole thing is coordinated by the security services, however you can be put on the program for anything, if a freemason does not like you they can get you Ring Fenced. This was a term used by Masons when i first started getting stalked, i was told by an ex member of the Masons who left because he would not get involved in the stalking. They then stalked him, so he told me everything about it and how they do it. As time moved on the Masons could no longer manage the number of people being stalked so they started to go out of house, starting with low level crimi- nals they have a hold over. This was then called Gang Stalking, and is done by members of fra- ternities like the Round Table, the Lions Club and more recently the British Drug Mafia who are controlled by the Masons. They also rope in anyone by telling them lies (See Gang Stalking FAQ below). This also became problematic in numbers and government programs were brought in to take over the electronic surveillance side. Now it’s called being a Targeted Individual, but it’s all the same thing it’s the Masons using the security services as their own private army, same in the USA, there is not one case i have investigated that was not Mason related.
Security Service Involved: In Britain it’s the National Crime Agency, MI6, MI5, and Police authorities. I was told some years ago by Dr Barry Trower (MI6) that he had been consulting on the use of Microwave Auditory Ef- fect (MAE) with all UK police authorities. He started using the system in 1969 working for MI6 De briefing cold war spies. As MKULTRA supposedly ended in the USA due to the CIA having its budget withdrawn by congress, so instead they moved it to the UK using MI6. So it stands to common sense and reason that any new technology doing the same thing would also be deployed in the same manner. I started to look into the obvious culprits, GCHQ, MI5 and MI6, it’s clear that MI5 and MI6 could not hide the resource and are focused on delivery not development, so that only left GCHQ in the UK as the new National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) opened its new London headquarters Feb- ruary 14 2017, so it was not open when all this started!
I have already found out that the technology was developed by DARPA, Defence Advanced Re- search Projects Agency, after US Naval Intelligence had finished with Patrick Flanagan it was handed to Robert Duncan and others at the CIA. I thought i would take the simple approach, i had been shown the full National Security brief on the roll out of the program of mind control by DARPA and the CIA, so i looked at the DARPA web- site in the commercial section and low and behold they are already selling it commercially. Some information from the DARPA website: http://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2016-08-03
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency News And Events: Implantable “Neural Dust” Enables Precise Wireless Recording of Nerve Activity First in vivo tests demonstrate ultrasound can be used to wirelessly power and communicate with millimeter-scale devices surgically placed in muscles and nerves. OUTREACH@DARPA.MIL 8/3/2016
I then started to look around at who was using this apart from the Military and Security Services. I quickly came across this page, please note the date on the article and the release date of the DARPA information above: August 3rd 2016, showing that it was an orchestrated release to de classify the technology. ------------------------------------------------------
Wireless 'Neural Dust' Could Monitor Your Brain Sand-sized sensor implants give instant feedback from nerve cells By Charles Q. Choi August 3, 2016 https://www.popsci.com/tiny-wireless-implants-could-monitor-your-brain
http://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2016-08-03 mailto:OUTREACH@DARPA.MIL https://www.popsci.com/authors/charles-q-choi https://www.popsci.com/tiny-wireless-implants-could-monitor-your-brain
ON THE TIPS OF OUR FINGERS: "Neural dust" wireless, implantable sensors are currently only 3 millimetres in length. This new healthcare tech could be even more groundbreaking, as scientists are working to shrink the sen- sors to microns wide, about the width of a human hair.
Watch this video, it explains the whole process and how and what they are doing to Targeted Individuals: https://dai.ly/x4n1nwx Let the video run after it moves on to other videos of interest, sorry about the adverts it’s not our video: The video shows the earlier version of the dust now being used as per this link http://www.targeted-individuals.co.uk/nano_2_rfid_powder.pdf Ryan Neely / UC Berkeley
Science fiction that features wires connecting brains to computers might now be obsolete. Wire- less powered implants, each smaller than a grain of rice, could serve as "neural dust" that can one day scan and stimulate brain cells. Such research could one day help lead to next-generation brain-machine interfaces for controlling prosthetics, exoskeletons and robots, as well as "electro- ceuticals" to treat disorders of the brain and body. The new prototypes, made by scientists at the University of California at Berkeley, are each roughly 3 millimetres long, 1 millimetre high and 4/5 of a millimetre thick. Each neural dust mote
possesses a piezoelectric crystal that can convert mechanical power from ultrasonic pulses broad- cast from outside the body into electrical power. The energy from these 60 ultrasonic pulses broadcast each second drives sensors and other electronics on the motes. The piezoelectric crystals reflect some of the incoming ultrasonic pulses. Electronics in the neural dust motes can alter the pulses that get scattered outward, and so can wirelessly transmit data they gathered. In experiments with rats, the researchers found that neural dust motes implanted in nerve and muscle fibers in the leg could record and transmit electrical data. "I was really sceptical of this concept at first, since it was so out of the box," says Doug Weber, a bioengineer and neuroscientist at DARPA, who helped fund the neural dust research. "But it's a really elegant approach, and it works pretty well." The researchers wanted to create wireless implants to avoid irritating the body. Conventional elec- tronic implants that connect to nerves rely heavily on wires that can inflame tissues over time. "The approach they're taking is ingenious," says neuroengineer Jacob Robinson at Rice University, who did not take part in this research. "They've addressed one of the most important challenges out there when it comes to neural interfaces."
WITHIN THE BODY These sensors can currently be placed within the peripheral nervous system, the nerves that work throughout our arms and legs. One day, scientists hope to use sensors in the central nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord. Ryan Neely / UC Berkeley
The scientists had previously explored using radio waves to power and communicate with neural dust motes. However, radio waves are not good at reaching deep within the body, while decades of ultrasonic imaging has revealed that ultrasonic pulses are very good at penetrating soft tissues, says researcher Michel Maharbiz, an electrical engineer at the University of California at Berkeley. "This is a breakthrough technology that really changes what's possible in terms of sensing and stimulating nerve activity, especially nerves deep inside the body," Weber says. Ultimately, the researchers want to shrink neural dust motes down to just 50 microns wide, or roughly half the average width of a human hair. At that size, "the body should tolerate them much longer," Maharbiz says. The scientists are currently developing motes that can also electrically stimulate the body. If they are successful, this means that neural motes can not only monitor health, but actively serve as electroceutical therapies to treat brain disorders such as epilepsy. Experiments so far with neural dust motes have only involved the peripheral nervous system, which serves the limbs and organs, and not the central nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord. Still, electroceutical therapies may still have many applications in the peripheral nerv- ous system, such as bladder control or appetite suppression, says researcher Jose Carmena, a neuroscientist and electrical engineer at the University of California at Berkeley. In the long run, the scientists want neural dust motes in the brain and spinal cord. One challenge that neural dust targeting the central nervous system faces is how ultrasound does not pass well through bone, Weber says. "That raises challenges if you want to create a brain-machine inter- face, but I'm not saying it's impossible by any means," Weber ad