December 5, 2007
ROBERT DUNCAN holds multiple
degrees from Harvard University and Dartmouth College in
Applied Sciences and Business.
He has worked on projects
for the Department of Defense, CIA and Justice
Department in his career.
Independent investigator Robert Duncan discussed directed
energy and neurological weapons and his contention that they've been
tested on the public at large.
While directed energy is used in
microwaves, to remove kidney stones, and in non-invasive surgery,
it's also been developed extensively for military purposes, he
The civilian population was targeted for experiments, in
such as MK-ULTRA, starting after WW II, when Nazi scientists were
imported to the US, some working on scalar or gravity weapons, said
The town of
Taos, NM, where a hum was
heard by many citizens, was the subject of a directed energy
experiment by the U.S. Navy, he claimed. And most recently the
Active Denial System (see below 'Related Article') was tested on human
Duncan said he interviewed over 600 mind control victims, and found
some validity to their allegations.
There are weapons that can
project voices into people's heads such as one system known as "The
Voice of God," he detailed. Blocking techniques include jamming the
signals with electronic scramblers, and using shields with metal
alloys or Mylar.
The Goodbye Weapon
A new non-lethal weapon, the Air Force's Active Denial System,
or ADS, has been certified for use in Iraq, after extensive
The ADS shoots a beam of waves that
causes extreme (but temporary) pain and induces what
experimenters call the "Goodbye effect," or "prompt and highly
motivated escape behavior."
Wired News obtained documents about
the weapon and has published two reports
(article/documentation). Additionally, the report's author David
Hambling has posted a commentary on the subject at Defense Tech.