Who's doing that and for what?
Why is God allowing that?
What kind of receptors?
Where's the device generanting that?
Michael Do they get people that have telepathy? Perhaps the computer gets the thoughs.
- 3 weeks ago
V2K is a technology that was discovered in 1962 by Dr Allan H. Frey, and it is called the "Frey Effect." The technology can put voices in your head, that no one else can hear. There are numerous patents on this technology. The CIA uses it to harass and attack Targeted Individuals worldwide. Most of the time, the signal is sent using a microwave beam from a cell tower. The cell tower companies and the cell phone companies are complicit in these attacks. The Geneva Conventions refer to this as "Psychological Torture," and it is considered a War Crime.
- JonLv 71 month ago
I think you are referring to microwave auditory effect. It sometimes gets called V2K by conspiracy cranks.
It occurs when people working very close to large microwave transmitters such as air traffic control radars experience hearing clicking or buzzing noises although there is no such sound being produced. It is due to microwave heating of the auditory system (inside the ear).
The existence of this real phenomenon has led to suggestions by people who suffer from auditory hallucinations ('hearing voices') that their symptoms are due to their being targeted by devices which are designed to project voices inside their heads. These beliefs are usually linked to delusions of grandeur and of persecution, in that the sufferer imagines themselves important enough to be the target of some shaddowy intelligence agency, when they are usually in fact people of no interest to any such body.
- 1 month ago
V2K means "Voice-to-Skull", or "Microwave Auditory Effect", you may already be aware of this wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microwave_auditory_e... .
One may perhaps regard this effect as a very crude form of telepathy (though some people on this website might disagree).
Anonymous, it's not from man to man, its from a (probably) powerful transmitter to a human brain.
- Dr. NGLv 71 month ago
You'll need to add context and maybe a link or two. Do people often tell you they don't know what you're talking about?