In this post we will begin a closer examination of U.S. Air Force mind control operations. Why Air Force? And why start with a focus on the Air Force Space Command? For several reasons:
- The U.S. Air Force imported dozens of Luftwaffe scientists during the 1940s and 1950s under Operation Paperclip
- Many of these Nazi scientists worked at the School of Aviation Medicine near Randolph Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX during the 1950s, conducting (among other things) pilot stress tests, experiments in radiobiology and Human Radiation Experiments
- Hubertus Strughold, a Nazi doctor who worked at SAM, went on to work for NASA, developing remote telemetry sensors that could monitor the vital signs of astronauts travelling to the Moon --a mind-boggling feat of precision that suggests remote neural monitoring is indeed quite possible
- Today, SAM and the Human Effects Center of Excellence (HECOE) at Brooks Air Force Base help the Air Force Research Laboratory test its next generation of non-lethal weapons, including lasers, masers and microwave weapons used for crowd control
- The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has done extensive research into microwave hearing and voice-to-skull devices, according to a Washington Post article on voice hearers at this link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/01/10/AR2007011001399.html
- AFRL is also one of the main sponsors of HAARP, a huge antenna farm near Fairbanks, AK, that is reportedly broadcasting in the 8-12 MHz (brainwave) range, and capable of delivering signals to almost any point on the globe
- HAARP is technically part of the Air Force's Ballistic Missile Early Warning System, designed to detect missile launches coming from Russia
- HAARP therefore falls under the direct command and control of NORAD, the U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) and the U.S. Space Command in Colorado Springs, CO
- US Space Command also operates spy satellites for several other agencies of the Department of Defense, including the NSA, NASA, the National Reconnaissance Office, and the Defense Intelligence Agency.
No matter how one slices the pie, the hub of all "artificial telepathy" operations appears to be the Air Force Space Command (AFSC), headquartered at Peterson Air Force Base, just south of Colorado Springs, CO.
It's the "mission control"center where rocket scientists, AFRL, HAARP, spy satellites, radar dishes, microwave towers, beam weapons, human experimentation and spooky intelligence agencies like NSA, NRO and DIA all come together.
An Alarming Shift of Focus
During the Cold War, the Air Force used most of its surveillance gear to guard against nuclear missile attacks from Russia. Since the Gulf War of 1991, however, the mission of NORAD and the Air Force Space Command has shifted. See the Mission Statement for NORTHCOM (which is also headquartered at Peterson AFB) here:
As the Wikipedia article at the link above indicates,
"USNORTHCOM has become the object of concern among civil libertarians and others that it could be used to implement martial law in the United States during an actual or perceived emergency. The Military Commissions Act of 2006 effectively nullifies most restrictions placed on the military to support civilian administration by the Posse Comitatus Act, while the John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007 H.R. 5122 (2006) effectively nullifies the limits of the The Insurrection Act .
"Beginning Oct. 1, 2008, the 3rd Infantry Division’s 1st Brigade Combat Team will be assigned to U.S. Northern Command, marking the first time an active unit has been given a dedicated assignment to Northern Command."
More importantly, it may be the first time in recent history that an active armored brigade of the United States military has been specifically tasked to suppress dissent among Unites States civilians.
"The force will be known for the first year as a CBRNE Consequence Management Response Force, and will serve as an on-call federal response force for terrorist attacks and other natural or manmade emergencies and disasters.. On 1 Dec 2008 The Pentagon ordered 20,000 troops to patrol streets of USA by 2011"
For more information, see this article on Operation Garden Plot, a plan for military control of the United States during times of civil disturbance. The master plan for martial law clearly puts control into the hands of commanders at NORTHCOM: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Garden_Plot
The commanders at NORTHCOM, meanwhile, do not seem to be content with spy satellites that provide "Google Maps" in real time. Sure, the telescopes show people walking around like ants on city streets, but what good is that? What good is watching people if you have no idea how to tell the good ones from the bad ones?
What the generals at NORTHCOM and Space Command want is a domestic surveillance system that provides Total Information Awareness. They want to get inside the target's phone calls and email. They want to get inside the target's bank accounts and spending patterns. They want to get inside the target's family network, social network, business network.
They want to get inside the target's head.
To do all this, they are hooking their space satellites to the massive data-mining programs run by NSA (see the last post). They are paying scientists at UC-Irvine and dozens of other brain labs to show them how they can monitor and read the subtle "electronic signals intelligence" that goes on inside a person's brain (see the links at left). And they are putting together an electronic surveillance system so powerful that no human can escape its watchful, infrared eyes.
The result is a surveillance society that is rapidly growing to be every bit as nighmarish as the fictional version presented in The Matrix.
To fully grasp the size, scope, and amazing power of the AFSC's world-wide surveillance network, it helps to start with the big picture. Here's an overview.
The Air Force Space Command employs approximately 40,000 people, including 25,400 active-duty military and civilians, and 14,000 contractor employees. See the Wikipedia article here:
AFSPC has four primary mission areas:
1. Space forces support "involves launching satellites and other high-value payloads into space using a variety of expendable launch vehicles and operating those satellites once in the medium of space. " Translation: Like NASA, the Space Command builds rockets and oversees construction of the highly sophisticated spy satellites, telescopes and beam weapons put into orbit by the Department of Defense.
2. Space control "ensures friendly use of space through the conduct of counterspace operations encompassing surveillance, negation, and protection." Translation: They build space weapons and zappers that can take out enemy missiles. They target enemy launch sites. And they have a license to monitor any and all enemies, terrorists or "suspicious civilians" who may be lurking around their own facilities. In fact, a rather broad definition of "space control" might involve controlling, um, your back yard. Or even the space between your ears.
3. Force enhancement "provides weather, communications, intelligence, missile warning, and navigation. Force enhancement is support to the warfighter. " Translation: They supply weather reports, mapping and GPS service to their buddies on the ground. They supply phone and secure communication service through communication satellites. And sometimes they share some of the fun "intelligence" stuff their telescopes and sensors snorfed up from, um, your back yard.
4. Force application "involves maintaining and operating a rapid response, land-based ICBM force as the Air Force's only on-alert strategic deterrent." Translation: Despite the apparent end of the Cold War, they remain ready to launch nuclear missiles and obliterate entire cities (millions of people) at a moment's notice. One can only speculate what their target list includes these days.
Peterson Air Force Base is the central HQ for the Space Command.
A Google map may be seen below:
For a blow-up map: http://www.peterson.af.mil/shared/media/ggallery/hires/AFG-080512-016.jpg
In addition to command headquarters at Peterson AFB, the Space Command operates support activities at nine "host" bases:
1. Buckley AFB, Colorado -- a base near Denver with an surveillance wing and a special focus on the research and development of biomedical sensors. Lockheed Martin, an Air Force contractor deeply involved in the development of artificial telepathy, lives nearby in Littleton.
Among other things, Lockheed Martin runs Sandia National Weapons Laboratory, Albuquerque, NM, which in turn has a Cognitive Sciences laboratory deeply devoted to probing the human mind.
3. Los Angeles AFB, California maintains the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center , the Military Satellite Communications Systems Wing , the Global Positioning Systems Wing, the
Space-Based Infrared Systems Wing, the Launch and Range Systems Wing and the
Space Superiority Systems Wing
This base is right next door to some key players in Artificial Telepathy, including
5. 526th ICBM Systems Group (Hill AFB, Utah)
6. Malmstrom AFB, Montana (Soon to be transferred to the Global Strike Command)
7. Minot AFB, North Dakota (Soon to be transferred to the Global Strike Command)
8. Patrick AFB, Florida
821st Air Base Group (Thule Air Base, Greenland)
Schriever AFB, Colorado
Space Innovation and Development Center
Vandenberg AFB, California
AFSPC also operates several Air Force Stations for launch support and early warning missions:
Cape Cod Air Force Station, Massachusetts
6th Space Warning Squadron
Cavalier AFS, North Dakota
10th Space Warning Squadron
Cheyenne Mountain AFS, Colorado
Clear Air Force Station, Alaska
13th Space Warning Squadron
New Boston AFS, New Hampshire
23d Space Operations Squadron
Onizuka AFS, California
21st Space Operations Squadron
AFSC's current commander is General C. Robert "Bob" Kehler. The general "oversees a global network of satellite command and control, communications, missile warning and launch facilities, and ensures the combat readiness of of America's Intercontinental Ballistic Missile force."
A full biography of Gen. Kehler may be found at this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._Robert_Kehler