Let’s Talk About Tinnitus

I am an unwilling participant in a non-consensual experiment.

I have had left-ear tinnitus since November 5th, 2011. I remember standing in my storage unit one evening in Orlando when suddenly this ringing began in my ear. I couldn’t shake it and didn’t know why it was happening. The ringing continued through January 2013 when I flew to West Africa and landed in Morocco. That first night it felt as if someone were pulling a knife out of my head because the signal had stopped. For the next week, I had a severe headache, but what I realized was that the tinnitus was gone. It was beautiful; a lucky time and I finally felt free.

Even when I returned to the US in April of that year, no tinnitus. However, after a planned, traumatic incident on a Greyhound bus in October, once I relocated to Reno Nevada, the frequency was re-established. I still remember upon crossing the state line from Truckee California that the tinnitus was turned up and turned on. That was six and a half years ago and it’s has been ringing ever since.

This tinnitus though is a symptom of a much larger problem: radiating people as part of non-consensual experimentation to learn about how to control and manipulate the brain, thoughts, feelings and emotions. My ability to explain in detail what happened is important because it shows the power and beauty of the human mind and why this experimentation and torture will end. It must for we are destined to excel as humans and to empower our humanity.

In “The Overlay Takeover” and ” 65 South From Birmingham,” I describe a brain interface similar to being hypnotized remotely. The overlay is accomplished with semiconductor implants and radar technology. The radar emits a signal with a specific magnitude which targets and interfaces with the electrical activity of human brain. Some refer to this as synthetic telepathy or neurophone technology. The byproduct interface is tinnitus, but the frequency can also be used to manifest burns, scarring, the feeling of being punched, penetrated and other tort actions.

The hypnotic overlay explains why people show signs of this inability to control their thoughts, actions and memories. People may not remember even taking an action because of signal-interface-veil steering of the mind. This phenomenon is also referred to as “loss of time” whereby minutes or even hours pass without account. The individual often can not remember where they have been or what was done.

The following are a few examples of how the brain can be influenced or co-opted:


James Giordano, PhD, MPhil, Chief of the Neuroethics Studies Program, Scholar-in-Residence, leads the Sub-Program in Military Medical Ethics, and Co-director of the O’Neill-Pellegrino Program in Brain Science and Global Health Law and Policy in the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics; Professor in the Departments of Neurology and Biochemistry at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC further explains for those with hearts to hear.

This technology is not new as these experts have demonstrated. However, is the public willing to understand the capability of these technologies? That remains to be seen.