American Psychologist article about hearing voices

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“Microwaves and Behavior” is an important article by Dr. Don Justesen, published in the journal American Psychologist in March 1975.

It describes, among other things, the successful demonstration of VOICE to skull by Dr. Joseph Sharp. The problem is, it also leads in to Sharp’s success describing other experiments, as by Dr. Allen Frey, which did NOT attempt to transmit VOICE, but instead reported “clicks, hisses, knocks, chirps” and the like.

Naturally, if you don’t transmit voice, you won’t hear voice, but the perps are using non-voice experiments to “prove” that our claims about V2K are nonsense.

The ANTIDOTE to this is the single sentence at the bottom of page 396 in the article, left column, near the bottom, which says:

“Sharp and Grove (Note 2) found that appropriate modulation of microwave energy can result in direct ‘wireless’ and ‘receiverless’ communication of SPEECH.”

Eleanor White couldn’t find contact info for Joseph Sharp, but she found Dr. Don Justesen’s contact info and she called him circa 1998. He confirmed that it was SPEECH and not “sounds”.

We have also the complete text of the article.

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