Electronic Projects from the Next Dimension
November 15, 2002
Electronic Projects from the Next Dimension provides details
for quite a few detectors of activity in what the author speculates may
be "parallel dimensions." Since we targets do not know how some of the
more advanced electronic attacks can be done, there is some chance that
some of the techniques in this book might serve to detect them.
For the intended purpose of the book, it gets a five star rating (out of
five possible) from me. YOU CAN STILL BENEFIT FROM THIS BOOK IF YOU KNOW
NOTHING ABOUT ELECTRONICS. The circuits are there, but so is a lot of
historical and methodological information anyone can understand and
I find especially valuable the EXPERIMENT SETUP diagrams.
The obviously very advanced electronic harassment effects
suggest some speculative detection attempts might be worth trying.
For example, the advanced electronic harassment signals:
- can penetrate excellent EM and acoustic shielding
as if the shielding were not there
- can move body parts, from tiny gas bubbles in the
victim's respiratory tract, through yanking legs
out from under the victim as the victim walks
- can cause objects and body parts to vibrate, even
though the underlying surface is not vibrating
- seem to be able to force house/building structure
to cause loud snapping or crackling noises, often done at
precisely the point where a victim is starting to
doze off to sleep
- can apply thousands of pounds tension to metal
stock or welds in excellent condition, causing
breakage, yet no tool marks are left on the soft paint
- inexplicable (from conventional technology standpoint)
"lights" on and close to victims, especially from the
MKULTRA era. Some are seen by nearby witnesses (like
two cases of brightly glowing hands) or show on photos.
Burns on the victim sometimes show afterwards.
The bibliographic information is as follows:
Title: Electronic Projects from the Next Dimension
Paranormal Experiments for Hobbyists
Author: Newton C. Braga
Publisher: Newnes Press, http://www.newnespress.com
Available November 2002 from http://www.amazon.com
at $24.49 US dollars.