This is not the article I planned on writing. I rarely procure such strong pause and take an entirely new direction on a theory I have supported. My direction was to continue providing evidence on how the ebb and flow of magnetic fields has varying effects on humans. I can say as a result of a weakening magnetic field – the outcome is not unified. Some may experience a measured feeling of tranquility, while others might encounter negative emotions such as depression, apprehension, or various forms of distress. But what I have run into in updating my research has really taken me back.
For all of you who know my work, can affirm I do not chase conspiracies and sometimes get a bit miffed when I’m sent material which is absent of tangible evidence – or at the very least a trail that leads to credible sources. I assure you what I am about to layout does in fact have legs. What the “intent” of the researchers conducting these studies is obscure. Therefore, what I will be presenting will have elements of conjecture – unless or until, I can zero-in on the authors for an interview, and even then, the best I can do is document what they disclose.
I don’t particularly care for the experience of popping-up on certain radar screens, but sometimes there is no other way – this is one of those times.
During my research on Part VII -Magnetic Stimulation and Mental Health, I stumbled across a new study published in the medical journal NeuroScience. It was produced by a team of researchers from the University of York and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) on Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and its use for perceptual manipulation. Upon further research, I discovered the US Navy has acquired this technology from the private sector to reproduce on a mass scale. TMS Article Click Here
On Oct 6th 2015, CNN produced an article apparently buried somewhere in their business section. A company named Brainsway is one of the developers of advanced noninvasive treatments for brain disorders. They have announced its partnership with the United States Navy to implement Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (Deep TMS). The devices purchased by the Navy will be used to help treat sailors suffering from clinical depression, with the first system to be deployed in San Diego, California.
“The Navy’s purchase of our Deep TMS devices is indicative of its ongoing efforts to bring the most advanced medical treatments to the men and women who serve our country,” said Dr. Guy Ezekiel, chief executive officer of Brainsway. “It is our honor to partner with the Navy in its commitment to ensuring the mental health and safety of U.S. sailors.”
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Used
on Immigrants to Change Faith
A research team from the University of York (UK) and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), carried out an innovative experiment using transcranial magnetic stimulation, a safe way of temporarily shutting down specific regions of the brain.
The researchers targeted the posterior medial frontal cortex, a part of the brain located near the surface and roughly, a few inches up from the forehead that is associated with detecting problems and triggering responses that address them. In the study, half of the participants received a low-level “sham” procedure that did not affect their brains, and half received enough energy to lower activity in the target brain area. Next, all of the participants were first asked to think about death, and then were asked questions about their religious beliefs and their feelings about immigrants.
According to Dr. Keise Izuma, of the Department of Psychology at the University of York, and co-author of the study – identified the aim of the study was to determine whether targeting an area of the brain associated with problem-solving may be related to ideology, given that many individuals turn to ideology when faced with certain dilemmas or threats.
This interest in the brain basis of ideology led the team to focus on religion and nationalism.