More Proof Navy Yard Shooter Targeted with Mind Control Weapons?
Published on Sep 18, 2013
The mainstream media is reporting that suspected Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis carved the phrases “My ELF Weapon” and “Better off this way” into his weapon before 12 people were reportedly killed with it in a mass shooting this week. ELF typically stands for extremely low frequency, the type of waves used in everything from weather weapons to mind control devices. . . . From Description published with the video.
This is an important lecture for anyone interested in understanding how mind control works. Not only very informative but an entertaining and enjoyable presentation.
Mind Control – The Mechanics of Mind Control – Tools for the Awakening
Uploaded on May 25, 2011
Hi-quality at: http://www.drjoesvideo.com This facinating 2 hour lecture will keep you on the edge of your seat and mind in understanding the mechanisms of your mind and the implications of applying this information to the current awakening that is happening in human consciousness.
Featured Image: Disarm is a second generation of instruments built after Imagine (2012), also using the remnants of weapons that the Mexican army had collected and destroyed. The second series is made up of eight instruments that were created in collaboration with a team musicians and Cocolab, a media studio in Mexico City. These machines are mechanical musical instruments; they can be programmed and operated via computers, making them capable of performing music concerts with compositions prepared beforehand. CREDIT Pedro Reyes & SOURCE: http://www.pedroreyes.net/ (Fair Use)
Pedro Reyes creates second generation instruments from dismantled guns. With a team of musicians and new media studio, Cocolab, Reyes has made mechanized instruments from these one-time harmful weapons.
Staples becomes first major US retailer to sell 3D printers
Despite the growing popularity of 3D printers, being limited to purchase through specialist stores and online shops means they still occupy a niche market of hobbyists and professional designers. You can’t just waltz into your local office supply store and pick one up along with a pack of manila folders and paperclips. But soon, you’ll be able to do just that. Office supply chain Staples will become the first major US retailer to offer 3D printers on its shelves, starting with the Cube from 3D Systems. . . . Read Complete Report
The potential for 3D-printed guns has (unsurprisingly) generated a great deal of controversy, and the Liberator is no exception. Named after the WWII single shot pistol, this 3D-printed .380 caliber pistol is made almost entirely of plastic and looks more like a nozzle for a water hose than a gun. The weapon has survived multiple firings with very little damage, inspiring enough confidence that designer Cody Wilson has now tested the gun by hand. . . . Read Complete Report
Obama Will Seek Assault Weapons Ban, Universal Background Checks
President Barack Obama will introduce a package of proposals to cut gun violence tomorrow, including a ban on sales of assault weapons that already faces fierce opposition in Congress even as a majority of the public supports it.
The administration has invited lawmakers to the White House for an announcement on gun violence at 11:45 a.m. tomorrow, according to a Senate aide, who asked for anonymity because the schedule hasn’t been released.
Obama will also ask for universal background checks for firearms buyers and a ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines, according to administration officials who asked for anonymity to discuss details before the event. . . . Read Complete Report
While this may look like a local story of interest only to those on the Left Coast, I assure you it’s all part of the big picture. Those guns will end up killing other people, both innocent and guilty on BOTH sides of the border. All in the name of tightning our gun laws. Did i just write that? The law is stealing guns to sell to the people who are trying to kill them AND all in the name of promoting less guns in America’s citizens hands… it IS a strange world we live in! . . . EDITOR
The department is conducting the second investigation into allegations that officers bought specially-made handguns with an ‘LAPD SWAT’ insignia and resold them at a steep profit.
The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating whether members of its elite SWAT unit took advantage of their assignments to purchase large numbers of specially-made handguns and resell the weapons for steep profits, according to a report released Friday by the independent watchdog overseeing the department.
The allegations, if true, could be a violation of federal firearm laws and city ethics regulations. . . . Read Complete Report