Orlando, FL asked in Federal Crimes for Florida

Q: I'm a targeted victim of VOICE TO SKULL TECHNOLOGY. It's NOT " audio delusions" How do I PROVE microwave harassment?

The first night I moved into FAIRLAWN VILLAGE apartment building, I began to hear conversations while I was ALONE in my bedroom. The context of the discussion pertained to my attire, food in the refrigerator, movies I watched, which made me think the owner installed hidden cameras plus audio INSIDE the apartment.

These conversations continued everyday

and every night for the duration of my lease. The audio would be at a higher pitch while I was asleep, then lowered once I awoke.

I relocated. I still hear conversations. It sounds as though it comes from electricity such as the AC or Refrigerator. When I turn off every switch on the breaker box, the conversations sound like a whisper.

The electronic harassment/ stalking is causing me to have severe headaches aka microwave burns. I'm also fatigue, nauseous, I have a pain behind my right eye. The terminology of the conversations are words I have never heard of.

Eg. Algorithms, electromagnetic field, gravitational pull, polypeptides

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A: Because so many experts in the field agree that voice to skull technology does not yet exist at this level, it will be very difficult to prove such harassment unless you can successfully identify who is doing it and get your hands on the equipment.

On the other hand, there is solid research into directed-energy weapons which use focused energy, including microwaves, which are in the experimental phase and which some claim exist at least as protoypes and which may have even been used on a limited basis in certain situations. These reportedly can cause physical pain when directed at human targets but are primarily used to damage electronics. There is no report that they cause auditory effects or sounds detectable to the human ear, much less anything that might be mistaken for a conversation. To prove such a weapon is being used against you, again you are likely going to have to identify who is doing it and either photograph or get your hands on the equipment. These devices are not common.

There are a fair number of people who experience the phenomenon of hearing voices in their heads calling them by name, often mocking them or others around them, as well as physical sensations like burning. They often describe being under physical surveillance by one or more people. Many of these people otherwise act and function normally and may be quite successful in their careers. Many find these experiences confusing, upsetting, and sometimes shameful, but entirely real.

Charles Whitman, the UT Tower sniper, back in 1966 described similar symptoms accompanied by continuing and increasingly intense headaches in the weeks leading up to the shooting writing "I cannot recall when it started." His doctor even noted "that something seemed to be happening to him and that he didn't seem to be himself." his autopsy revealed an astrocytoma that some believe may have caused what he experienced. But many people have had an astrocytoma without reporting any such symptoms. What Mr. Whitman actually was experiencing has never been satisfactorily explained.

There are studies confirming that some people can detect low and infrasonic frequencies--essentially hearing sounds that are undetectable to normal human hearing. Because of the way the human brain experiences cognition, it often completes partial sensory input, for example filling in the blanks in skipped sounds or empty spaces based upon past experience, to create what is experienced as a complete word. If you've ever played a record backwards and heard what sounded like words, you have experienced this. Our brain also sometimes tends to personalize our sensory experience; for example, we may observe and hear people whispering and quickly conclude that they are talking about us. So, some people who are actually able to detect low and infrasonic communications interpret that input as whispering about themselves. Those people are experiencing something very real and very upsetting to them which "normal" people cannot experience, but are misinterpreting their very real experience.

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