A declassified Pentagon report, Bioeffects of Selected Non-Lethal Weapons , obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, reveals that the US government is interested in some very nasty weapons.
The "Voice of God" device is intended to create voices in people's heads.
"Application of the microwave hearing technology could facilitate a private message transmission. It may be useful to provide a disruptive condition to a person not aware of the technology. Not only might it be disruptive to the sense of hearing, it could be psychologically devastating if one suddenly heard ‘voices within one’s head.’" (Report: Nonlethal Weapons Could Target Brain, Mimic Schizophrenia ...)
In the USA, Diana Napolis worked as a child protection worker for nearly 10 years.
She came to believe that powerful people were involved in serious child abuse.
She believes that people in government have used 'non-lethal weapons' against her, to affect her sanity.
In 2008, she filed a lawsuit against Michael Aquino. (PRESS RELEASE - Diana Napolis Files Lawsuit against Michael Aquino ...)
At meta-religion.com (http://www.meta-religion.com/Esoterism/Satanism/church_of_set.htm) we read:
"Michael Aquino joined the Church of Satan in 1969, while he was in the US Army as a psychological operations specialist.
"In 1975... Aquino and 28 fellow Church of Satan members left the group and founded their own church, the Temple of Set...
"In 1986... Charges of child molestation surfaced at the day-care center at Presidio Army Base, where Lt. Col. Aquino was assigned.
"Gary Hambright, a day-care worker, was charged with 12 counts of sodomy, oral copulation, and lewd conduct.
"Aquino... was identified by some of the children as possibly being another man who had participated in the molestations.
"However, no formal charges were ever brought against Aquino, and the case against Hambright was later dismissed."
Jeffrey Steinberg has written about Satanism and the U.S. Military (Satanic subversion of the U.S. Military):
On February 5, 1999, in the U.S. District Court in Lincoln, Nebraska, Paul Bonacci claimed that he had been ritualistically abused by Lawrence E King, as part of a nationwide pedophile ring linked to powerful political figures in Washington and to elements of the U.S. military and intelligence establishment.
On February 27, Judge Warren K. Urbom ordered King to pay $1 million in damages to Bonacci, in what Bonacci's attorney John DeCamp said was a clear signal that "the evidence presented was credible."
During the February 5 hearing, Noreen Gosch gave the court sworn testimony linking U.S. Army Lt. Col. Michael Aquino (ret.) to the nationwide pedophile ring. Her son, Johnny, then 12 years old, was kidnapped off the streets of West Des Moines, Iowa on September 5, 1982, while he was doing his early-morning newspaper deliveries.
Noreen Gosch said: "This ... was an offshoot of a government program.
"The MK-Ultra program was developed in the 1950s by the CIA...
"There was a man by the name of Michael Aquino.
"He was in the military. He had top Pentagon clearances. He was a pedophile...
"He was a close friend of Anton LaVey. The two of them were very active in ritualistic sexual abuse. And they deferred funding from this government program to use [in] this experimentation on children.
"Where they deliberately split off the personalities of these children into multiples, so that when they're questioned or put under oath or questioned under lie detector, that unless the operator knows how to question a multiple-personality disorder, they turn up with no evidence."
"They used these kids to sexually compromise politicians or anyone else they wish to have control of. This sounds so far out and so bizarre I had trouble accepting it in the beginning myself until I was presented with the data. We have the proof. In black and white."
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At Pedophocracy/child_sexual_abuse_at_Presidio_and_West_Point.htm, we learn more:
Aquino, according to his official biography, circulated by the Temple, was a 'Lieutenant Colonel, Military Intelligence, U.S. Army.'
"Paul Bonacci ... positively identified Aquino as an associate of King who was known to Bonacci and the rest of the children only as 'the Colonel.'
"King's former personal photographer, Rusty Nelson, has identified Aquino as the man to whom he saw King hand over a suitcase full of cash and bonds.
"Rusty Nelson, has also said that he was told by King that Aquino was part of the Contra guns and cocaine trafficking operation run by George Bush and another notorious Lt. Col. named Oliver North.
"Aquino has also been linked to Offutt Air Force Base, a Strategic Air Command post near Omaha that was implicated in the investigation by the Franklin Committee...
"Aquino was also claimed to have ordered the abduction of a Des Moines, Iowa paperboy...
"In July 1988... the San Jose Mercury News ran a lengthy exposé on the Presidio Child Development Center run by the U.S. Army in San Francisco. Allegations of abuse being perpetrated at the center first emerged in November 1986. Alarmed by accusations made by her child, a parent had sought a medical examination that confirmed that her three-year-old boy had in fact been anally raped...
"Within a year, at least sixty additional victims had been identified... Many of the children also spoke of having guns pointed at them and of being told that they and/or their parents and siblings would be killed if they told anyone what had been done to them...
"Five of the children had contracted chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease; many others showed clear signs of anal and genital trauma consistent with violent penetration...
"One mother complained to the San Francisco Chronicle that the FBI never interviewed her or her son, even after doctors had confirmed the boy’s abuse...
"The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry noted in April 1992, the 'severity of the trauma for children at the Presidio was immediately manifest in clear cut symptoms. Before the abuse was exposed, parents had already noticed the following changes in their children: vaginal discharge, genital soreness, rashes, fear of the dark, sleep disturbances, nightmares, sexually provocative language, and sexually inappropriate behavior. In addition, the children were exhibiting other radical changes in behavior, including temper outbursts, sudden mood shifts, and poor impulse control. All these behavioral symptoms are to be expected in preschool children who have been molested...'
"One child positively identified Aquino and his wife, Lilith (known to the kids as 'Mikey' and 'Shamby'), and was also able to identify the Aquinos’ private home and to describe with considerable accuracy the distinctively satanic interior décor of the house. The young witness claimed to have been photographed at the Aquinos’ home. On August 14, 1987, a search warrant was served on the house. Confiscated in the raid were numerous videotapes, photographs, photo albums, photographic negatives, cassette tapes, and name and address books. Also observed was what appeared to be a soundproof room.
"Neither of the Aquinos was charged with any crimes...
"The U.S. Attorney in San Francisco handling the case was Joseph Russoniello. Russoniello would later be identified by reporter Gary Webb (of the San Jose Mercury News) as a player in the Contra cocaine smuggling operation led by Lt. Col. Oliver North and company, just as witnesses would later identify Lt. Col. Michael Aquino as an operative in the very same sordid affair.
"In May 1989, Aquino was again questioned in connection with child abuse investigations; this time, at least five children in three cities were making the accusations. The children had seen Aquino in newspaper and television coverage of the Presidio case and immediately recognized him as one of their abusers...
"Aquino was also identified by children in Santa Rosa and Fort Bragg, California. In the Fort Bragg case, 'allegations of ritual abuse erupted... in 1985 when several children at the Jubilation Day Care Center said they were sexually abused by a number of people at the day care center and at several locations away from the center, including at least two churches.' Aquino was identified as having been present at one of those churches...
"The Mercury News reported, 'by November, 1987 the Army had received allegations of child abuse at 15 of its day care centers and several elementary schools. There were also at least two cases in Air Force day care centers,' and another in a center run by the U.S. Navy.
"In addition, 'a special team of experts was sent to Panama [in June 1988] to help determine if as many as 10 children at a Department of Defense elementary school had been molested and possibly infected with AIDS.'
"Yet another case emerged in a U.S.-run facility in West Germany.
"These cases erupted at some of the country’s most esteemed military bases, including Fort Dix, Fort Leavenworth, Fort Jackson, and West Point. Many of those making the accusations were career military officers who had devoted their lives to unquestioned allegiance to the U.S. armed forces. Many would resign their posts in outraged protest...
"The Times Herald Record reported in June 1991, the 'incidents [at the West Point Child Development Center] unfolded against a backdrop of satanic acts, animal sacrifices and cult-like behavior among the abusers, whose activities extended beyond the U.S. Military Academy borders to Orange County and a military base in San Francisco, parents charged.'
"The case first broke in July 1984, when a three-year-old girl found herself in the emergency room of the West Point Hospital with a lacerated vagina. She told the examining physician that a teacher at the daycare center had hurt her...
The Mercury News reported, 'by the end of the year, 50 children had been interviewed by investigators. Children at West Point told stories that would become horrifyingly familiar. They said they had been ritually abused. They said they had had excrement smeared on their bodies and been forced to eat feces and drink urine. They said they were taken away from the day care center and photographed.'
"Despite abundant medical and psychological evidence and literally dozens of child witnesses, and despite '950 interviews by 60 FBI agents assigned to the investigation,' the investigation, 'led by former U.S. Attorney [and future mayor] Rudolph Giuliani' produced 'no federal grand jury indictments,'" according to the Herald Record...