Professor Amin Muhammad (Doctor of Medicine, surgeon, psychiatrist and Ph. D. which?) works for the University of Newfoundland in Canada.
He claims that it’s possible to send someone voices, visions, daydreams and dreams. He calls it terrorism.
In 2009 he published the following opinion in the Journal of Pakistan Medical Association.
Of late, there are reports of a new and dreadful invention of weapons of violence that are called Bioelectromagnetic Weapons. According to the description by an Institute of Science in Society, these weapons operate at the speed of light, can kill, torture and enslave without making physical appearance. It further adds that voices and visions, daydreams and nightmares are the most astonishing manifestations of this weapon system, it is also capable of crippling the human subject by limiting his/her normal range of movement, causing acute pain the equivalent of major organ failure or even death and interferes with normal functions of human senses. It can cause difficulty with breathing and induce seizures besides damage to the tissues and organs.
Through this form of terrorism, it is possible to persuade subjects that their mind is being read; their intellectual property is being plundered and can even motivate suicide or murder. Pulsed Energy Projectiles (PEPs) are another form of weaponry that is used to paralyze a victim with pain. According to Peter Philips, a scientist from USA, circumstances may soon arrive in which anti-war or human right protestors suddenly feel a burning sensation akin to touching a hot skillet over their entire body. Simultaneously they may hear terrifying nauseating screaming, which while not produced externally, fills their brains with overwhelming disruption. This new invention is dreadful addition to the armamentarium of weapons of abuse and torture. Manifestations of the effects of these occult weapons can mimic mental ill health and add further to the misery of the victims.
Terrorism and mental health: the issue of psychological fragility by Professor Amin Muhammad (Doctor of Medicine, surgeon, psychiatrist and Ph. D. which?) (41.5 K, 2 pages).
© 2017 Cliff Huylebroeck