Monday, November 5, 2012
Radio Hypnotic Induced Control/ Electronic Dissolution of Memory (RHIC/EDOM)
Remote hypnosis was first reported -- using allegedly para-psychological means -- in the early 1930s, by L.L. Vasilev, Professor of Physiology in the University of Leningrad. Later, other scientists attempted to accomplish the same goal, using less mystic means. Over the years, certain journalists have asserted that the CIA has mastered a technology call RHIC-EDOM. RHIC means "Radio Hypnotic Intracerebral Control." EDOM stands for "Electronic Dissolution of Memory." Together, these techniques can remotely induce hypnotic trance, deliver suggestions to the subject, and erase all memory for both the instruction period and the act which the subject is asked to perform. RHIC uses the stimoceiver, or a microminiaturized offspring of that technology to induce a hypnotic state. Interestingly, this technique is also reputed to involve the use of INTRAMUSCULAR implants. Apparently, these implants are stimulated to induce a post-hypnotic suggestion. EDOM is nothing more than missing time itself -- the erasure of memory from consciousness through the blockage of synaptic transmission in certain areas of the brain. By jamming the brain's synapses through a surfeit of acetocholine, neural transmission along selected pathways can be effectively stilled. RHIC/EDOM is the ultra-sophisticated application of post-hypnotic suggestion TRIGGERED AT WILL by radio transmission. It is a recurring hypnotic state, re-induced automatically at intervals by the same radio control. An individual is brought under hypnosis. This can be done either with his knowledge -- or WITHOUT it by use of narco-hypnosis, which can be brought into play under many guises. He is then programmed to perform certain actions and maintain certain attitudes while acted upon by the radio signal. Other authors have mentioned this technique -- specifically Walter Bowart (in his book OPERATION MIND CONTROL) and journalist James Moore, who, in a 1975 issue of a periodical called MODERN PEOPLE, claimed to have secured a 350-page manual, prepared in 1963, on RHIC-EDOM. He received the manual from CIA sources, although -- interestingly -- the technique is said to have originated in the military. The following quote by Moore on RHIC should prove especially intriguing to abduction researchers who have confronted odd "personality shifts" in abductees: Medically, these radio signals are directed to certain parts of the brain. When a part of your brain receives a tiny electrical impulse from outside sources, such as vision, hearing, an emotion is produced - - anger at the sight of a gang of boys beating an old woman, for example. The same emotion of anger can be created by artificial radio signals sent to your brain by a controller. You could instantly feel the same white-hot anger without any apparent reason. If RHIC-EDOM exists, it goes a long way toward providing an earthbound rationale for alien abductions -- or, at least, certain aspects of them. The phenomenon of "missing time" is no longer mysterious. Abductee implants, both intracerebral and otherwise, are explained. And note the reference to "recurring hypnotic state, re-induced automatically by the same radio command." This situation may account for "repeater" abductees who, after their initial encounter, have regular sessions of "missing time" and abduction -- even while a bedmate sleeps undisturbed. (Bowart) Rauni Kilde, MD, former Chief Medical Officer of Finland, lectures and writes about an NSA mind control system using radio implants and microchips connected to satellites that is remarkably similar to what is described in the "NSA psyops" document. "With electro-magnetic frequency (EMF) brain stimulation fully coded," she writes, "pulsating electromagnetic signals can be sent to the brain, causing the desired voice and visual effects to be experienced by the target. This is a form of electronic warfare." Kilde warns that "connecting our brain functions via microchips (or even without them, according to the latest technology) to computers via satellites...poses the gravest threat to humanity."