Of Data Rape and Brain Jacking Part III

On a warm morning in the San Diego area, a worker is walking to the store as offices open, thinking about the upcoming pomegranate season. As the employee reaches the crosswalk, a 6 year old child walking with his mother approaches him from behind and says ‘pomegranate’. If the employee were in the pomegranate business, it would make sense that someone had spoken to the child about that business and they were simply talking about it. Instead, the employee was considering something new that they had not even thought about until they were leaving the office.

The upshot is that the some parametric systems in place on major thoroughfares in Southern California have now switched to hitting children with acoustic hailing device mockups to ‘whisper in their ear what they should be saying’, which is of immediate importance to parents everywhere.

On the heels of the Canadian government’s warning about trans-national gangs being a threat to tourists, it is probably instructional to show how parametrics and wave weapons are being used to cause problems for even the casual visitor to Southern California.


It’s all about the frequency:

Parametric or acoustic sound systems are one of the most common technologies that are abused.   According to some Southern California long-term apartment residents, some complexes voted to use them to control passersby on the sidewalk. Originally, the idea was to use systems previously developed for the Iraq war to network thoroughfares so that anyone using the sidewalk that was not welcome could be bothered.

As the technology spread to Mexico, people started using it inside large retailers, causing customers that were not used to being talked to by unseen people to avoid the store. This capability spread from the border North until people were being hit in stores, banks, post offices, courthouses and grade schools. It was at this point that the average person realized that the new systems were actually similar to systems that competitive forces seeking advantage in industry had used privately for decades to ‘Noriega’ targets with a mixture of sonic, IR, and other weaponry. To “Noriega” a target, crews scope out a home or work environment and create a zonal directed sound and pulse show that is similar to what a DJ would create with lights and sound in a club.  They then either utilize a database that contains 3D profiles like 3D sound systems on televisions or they use infrared to locate targets inside other buildings. From that moment on, they normally leave the system in place and attend to it remotely, bothering the person inside their home or office at will. 4 years ago, an executive was being attacked by a crew and he moved his boat to a different slip without mentioning it. For the next two nights, the empty space where his old boat was was lit up with sound and noise. On the third day, the ‘crew’ arrived to re-position the equipment to hit the new location.

Given that de-mobilization has been occurring over the past several years, most Southern California residents have ignored the threat. The difference today is two-fold: The technology in play has evolved to incorporate psychotronics and other advanced effects, and the targets have become families and visitors. The irony is that in places like “defense-centric” San Diego, the weapons and systems being used by gangs masquerading as networks were in part created due to actual military technology being used against people that had no way of complaining- because the systems they were being hit with did not supposedly exist.

Don’t Tell so they Don’t Ask

Local police have similar technology mounted in their police cars in some cities. Many residents note how improved the sound quality is when they hear someone being asked to pull over their vehicle. Some local cities have tested sonic disablers and saturated sound, which as per the Pentagon is difficult to record. The X-factor for the police has been the lack of an ability to trace the sound to its source when it is coming from criminals. Similar to a laser pointing incident where two area police officers were injured by criminals from afar, sonic and TMS attacks are difficult to isolate; which makes it difficult for victims, especially children, to effectively complain.

One of the problems with the police deployment of advanced technologies has been their contractual or verbal adherence to vendor demands that they do not disclose the technologies that they are using to the public.  The vendor strategy is presumably that ‘shock and awe’ doesn’t work as well when people know the technologies that are being used against them.  The reality is that the information logjam serves to work against public safety interests because groups involved in racketeering  have armed themselves with the latest technology as well- and the public remains in the middle, uninformed and vulnerable.

In the private sector, similar constraints and strategy have backfired against property management and other businesses that have quietly implemented sonic zonal security systems that are either hacked for use against customers and tourists, or staffed by workers that are co-opted by gangs or private networks.  As per local government sources in San Diego, there are problems with private security personnel using company security apparatus to track and bother people in urban areas to either satisfy business intelligence requests or fulfill sex-related hospitality duties.  Because the equipment is cutting edge and does not get acknowledged or described in the media, the responsible parties apparently feel that there can be no liability associated with their actions.

At the federal level, agencies that use sonic and physiology reading equipment serve as another checkmark against disclosure to the public.  In 2013, a private company verified with witnesses that a CBP vendor was experimenting on people crossing the border using a combination of sonic and physiology reading equipment to unilaterally dialog with selected travelers without actually appearing to speak with them.   The vendor was a competitor of the executive that was hit, which caused many to ask for the smell test proctors to be examined.  Will the public or other corporations ever be publicly informed of this type of threat?  Probably not.

And yet both the local authorities and private-sector firms that have implemented related technologies know that the US Federal Government is using it and not disclosing it to the public, making it easier for those who want to take advantage of their own similar system capabilities that are illegal to do so with impunity.  If there are complaints, one can always highlight the latest story on mental illness.

How will I know I have been hit:


Many systems that serve networks of people in California are related to the underground hospitality industry. Tourists can be walking down the street together holding hands and be hit separately by directed sound and propositioned to find out if they require a companion. If you are hit, you will typically hear a voice asking you if you want a girlfriend or boyfriend. If you walk, drive or bicycle through a neighborhood where there are people hitting businesses and you are targeted, you will probably feel the same thing. Sonic technology can easily travel through windows. It takes some work to make it and other technologies effective going through walls, although it has become ubiquitous in area hotels.  Sonic systems can also make you dizzy or disoriented.

The problem recently has been that cutting-edge technology in places like a National City park relies on a frequency that approximates that of your own brain, something achieved through software-defined radio. Therefore, if you are jogging or doing something that requires you to focus in another area with your body or mind, you may not even be aware that you are being hit. In other tech-savvy California cities, like San Francisco, communities have chosen to ban amplified sound in some public areas.

The other major use is to shake down businesses. One party that stayed at a Southern California wine country hotel for a couple of weeks was hit constantly within their room by sonic and radio frequency. The intent there was to ruin their business results by keeping them distracted over a period of time around the clock. When they complained, security was unable to find anyone, although an incidental fire alarm gave the local authorities the capability of recording everyone who was there. Interestingly enough, the same technology that protects buildings in the bio-tech sector appears to have been applied.

Nervous System or TMS weaponry:

Most of the attacks on people using this technology come when the party is ready to sleep or wake up, although it was being used as a 21st century club ‘drug’ to make women bi-curious. This is also the weapon of choice to decrease your co-worker’s productivity or cause someone to move.

Many people doubted the capabilities and effect that TMS and other nervous system weapons can have until they were demonstrated at universities. The idea here is simple. The nervous system is a network that delivers messages. Deliver the right message using the proper medium and you can tap into the network to create an effect.

Advanced taser technology is supposedly a good example. People hit by it tend to walk a few steps and then lie down in a fetal position. The after effect is unintended perhaps, but it shows that the nervous system can be overridden and programmed to respond.

Another example is the use of wave weapons to hit people and cause them to lose their concentration. This is in use as an intruder deterrent by the US Navy as a weapon. It has also been used on civilians in urban areas in Southern California to create the same effect. Considering that a video game that uses a reading of your concentration to affect physical objects has been in existence for over a decade, it is actually not that hard to produce a weapon that will block that capability.

Of course you won’t always feel like you were tased or blasted with a sonic weapon if you are hit with one of these weapons. The intent in some cases is to make you feel really good while providing a message or an unintended effect. Other technologies, such as remote TMS you do not feel at all unless the routine is intended to make you feel something. Over time, although it has never been published, researchers have built up a software library that can cause intended victims to respond in different ways when hit. There is a routine that makes you feel like you have cat whiskers and another that causes you to snort if you are relaxed when you are hit. There is another routine that causes you to act like you are blowing bubbles. In the past couple of years, longer routines have been strung together for use by defense firms that create more complex reactions. A Guardian reporter in the UK was treated to an experience that used TMS to cause his arm to flail without his knowledge while he was connected to electrodes. Similarly, A CEO was hit inside the company offices, causing his arm to jerk up and to the right violently. The important thing for people that travel to know is that while these routines are part of legitimate medical research, they have been weaponized for a number of years and are in the hands of business network enforcers and gangs.
Some sources have claimed that although it will likely remain unknown that using a routine via TMS remotely could have caused reporter Michael Hastings to abruptly jerk the wheel in his car at a high speed prior to his accident.

What can you do about it:

Fortunately, although most parts of our country will not admit that this type of weaponry is a public safety issue and not some secret advantage that we accidentally proliferated, many police departments are aware of the threat of sonic and parametric-based harassment and will be quite responsive if you complain specifically about a directed sound attack while you are on business or on vacation. In Mexico, the police are responsive as well. Additionally, Pan Am One is putting together a database for a future story and you are welcome to your contact information or story to info@panam1.com.

What are companies doing about it to protect you:

Some companies are actively partnering with Pan Am One to foster responsible use of their products. Other companies and government agencies such as the San Diego Courthouse have started drawing their blinds on their windows during the day in order to block people from using the windows to eavesdrop and annoy their clients.

Other companies have transferred employees known to be at risk to less sensitive areas. During the Iraq war, it took on average around 3 days to be able to control someone in their home in Iraq. If an employee of yours is hit in their home chronically, they risk tinnitus and other health problems. In extreme cases, the attackers use software, hacking, and sensors to learn to read your employee. The idea is that over time, they will be able to correlate and associate information from your brain waves or vibrations to actual thoughts. Typically speaking, after several weeks, they can understand you and thereafter interact with you at will.

Best practices within the the technology industry point towards identifying and monitoring employees that have exhibited signs of being affected or controlled by gangs or networks using wave weapons.

For those visiting Southern California, there are some positive signs.  Complaints about the nature of the messages being sent using directed sound like the “we are the government, or we are the police and you must obey” rhetoric, caused a police chopper in a Southern California city to fly over some neighborhoods, broadcasting a “You are not the government and this will end in “x” seconds” message.