FBI: Navy Yard Shooter ‘Delusional,’ Said ‘Low Frequency Attacks’ Drove Him To Kill

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navy yard victims(CNN) — Aaron Alexis was under “the delusional belief that he was being controlled or influenced by extremely low frequency electromagnetic waves” before he embarked on a bloody shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard, an FBI official said Wednesday.

The 34-year-old contractor, who until a few years ago had served in the Navy, spelled out this belief — with the words, “My ELF weapon” — in the sawed-off Remington 870 shotgun he brought into the military facility’s Building #197 on the morning of September 16.

“ELF” refers to low-frequency electromagnetic waves, a technology used for submarine communications that conspiracy theorists believe the government employs to monitor and manipulate unsuspecting citizens, the FBI said.

“Ultra low frequency attack is what I’ve been subject to for the last 3 months,” read a message obtained by federal authorities from Alexis’s thumb drives, phones and computers. “And to be perfectly honest, that is what has driven me to this.”

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  • John Allman

    ELF could, I suppose, explain mood-altering effects, by means of the entrainment of EEG. However, this alleged target of electronic harassment, like many, reports voice-to-skull (V2K) transmissions. Audible content isn't infrasound, or ultrasound. It's *audible*, and Aaron Alexis reported *hearing* it.

    Of course, there's no reason why a single electromagnetic carrier (for example in the microwave part of the spectrum) shouldn't be modulated with both mood-altering ELF and audible content.

    V2K one can hear, if it's loud enough not to be merely subliminal (which is also pretty unethical). But how would one *know* (rather than merely suspect), the way that people know that they are receiving audible V2K effects, that one was the victim of mood-altering ELF effects?

    How could the FBI possibly know whether Alexis was actually a target, or somebody with auditory hallucinations who misinterpreted them? Sharp and Grove used the Frey effect to transmit human speech almost forty years ago at Walter Reed, as Lin reported in American Psychologist in 1975. Yet in 2009 John Alexander told me at the Fifth European Symposium on Non-Lethal Weapons that not even he knew anything about any contemporary anti-personnel applications of that capability.

    One of the valuable jobs that FFCHS' and other groups do is facilitating peer-to-peer support of alleged targets. In all the decades that people like Alexis have been complaining to deaf ears about their suffering, this is the first time that I've ever heard of a targeted person going berserk like this, and going on a heart-breaking mass murder rampage. If Alexis had known about the supportive community out there, he might never have done something as (let's face it) downright wicked as he did. It is a tragedy that there is such scant media coverage of this important issue.

    John Allman
    Christians Against Mental Slavery
    BanMindWeapons.org http://slavery.org.uk/science.htm http://JohnAllmanUK.Wordpress.com