In the first half, private investigator specializing in electronic counter-measures, Roger Tolces, discussed the recent electronic harassment attacks on US embassy employees in Cuba, as well as the state of current electronic harassment weapons. 21 individuals at the embassy complained of widely differing symptoms that included things like hearing loss, concussions, nausea, headaches, as well as feeling vibrations, and hearing audible sounds in certain parts of the room. Rather than ultrasonic attacks on the employees, he suspects bio-coded directed energy was used on them, which would explain why their symptoms varied so much. This type of attack, he revealed, involves taking samples of a person's DNA and then integrating them into a unique algorithm, which can be transmitted from cell towers or satellites directly to the targeted person.
He contended that the military-industrial complex or Deep State was behind the attacks in Cuba, as they don't really want peaceful relations between the US and Cuba. Bio-coded attacks could be used against North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un if samples of his DNA could be obtained, he added. Tolces suggested that a satellite attack was used against attendees at Conspiracy Con in Northern California in 2009 (related video), and he also talked about problems with fiat currency in America.
In the latter half, researcher and author Dr. Joe Dispenza spoke about how to encourage a greater expression of one's creative abilities as well as access and tune in to frequencies beyond the material world in order to increase mental coherency. When people go into a meditative state, where they are not focused on their body, their environment, or even time itself, they enter into an inner world of pure consciousness, moving from the realm of matter to that of energy, he outlined. It is in this kind of altered state that various types of healings are possible, he added, citing several case studies in which people had sudden recoveries from ailments.
Acting and feeling the same way over years creates a kind of hard wiring in our brains-- this accounts for the finite patterns that become our identity, he stated. Yet, he continued, through meditative and breathing techniques we can become conscious of this, and begin to change by mentally rehearsing new ways of being. In addition, he reported that practicing the feeling of gratitude has been shown to help people's thinking become more coherent, and serve as an agent of positive emotional change.
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