In case you missed this development and story in your perusal of the internet and the latest technological scams being dreamed up to rob you of your privacy, I enclose it here for today's high-octane speculation, as Mr. B.H. and many others saw this and sent it along in this week's emails:

Scientists Have Found a Way to Photograph People Through Walls Using Wi-Fi

And, lest you missed it, here's the first few paragraphs that pretty much say it all:

Wi-Fi can pass through walls. This fact is easy to take for granted, yet it's the reason we can surf the web using a wireless router located in another room.

However, not all of that microwave radiation makes it to or from our phones, tablets, and laptops. Routers scatter and bounce their signal off objects, illuminating our homes and offices like invisible light bulbs.

Now, German scientists have found a way to exploit this property to take holograms, or 3D photographs, of objects inside of a room - from outside of the room.

"It can basically scan a room with someone's Wi-Fi transmission," Philipp Holl, a 23-year-old undergraduate physics student at the Technical University of Munich, told Business Insider.

Holl initially built the device as part of his bachelor thesis with the help of his academic supervisor, Friedemann Reinhard. Later on the two submitted a study about their technique to the journal Physical Review Letters, which published their paper in early May.

Holl says the technology is only in prototype stage at this point, and has limited resolution, but is excited about its promise.

"If there's a cup of coffee on a table, you may see something is there, but you couldn't see the shape," Holl says. "But you could make out the shape of a person, or a dog on a couch. Really any object that's more than 4 centimetres in size."

Notably, the current state of resolution, as implied by the last paragraph, isn't too great, but, as noted in the prior paragraph, "the technology is only in prototype stage at this point".

As we all know, this is the beginning, and resolution will increase, and the ability to photograph, or even "film" inside a house using WiFi will come along in know time. And please note, "Wi-Fi can pass through walls... it's the reason we can surf the web using a wireless router located in another room."

Yes, thank you very much, I know that. It's one reason I don't use WiFi in my home. Granted, yes, they have the technology to send signals through the electrical wiring in your home, and to ride those wires to see what you're doing - at least on your computer - anyway, but I see no reason to add to their capability.

Which brings me to my high octane speculation of the day: of course, one aspect of this is that we're just now being told about it, and that the technology has probably been around for a while. We know the format of how all this works when "they" want to tell us about something they're already doing. (1) Find a young college kid with some engineering skills and some smarts; (2) suggest a "thesis topic" to him; (3) publish his thesis, and voila the idea is out of the bag. But that's not my high octane speculation.

The setup they are using requires a scanning antenna, a "reference" antenna, and a WiFi emitting antenna. Now stop and ask where they're going to get all of those into your house, and think:

  1. Smart meters
  2. Smart appliances
  3. cellphones,
  4. ipads
  5. computers
  6. television
  7. (and for those of use still old fashioned) radios

But even that isn't my high octane speculation. What each intrusion like this will ultimately do is spawn a major industry of countermeasures: housing contractors will inevitably start offering homes with the latest electronic counter-measure siding and roofing, security companies will increasingly offer "privacy" security services and products, and ultimately, yes, more and more people will simply go completely off the grid, make their own electricity, listen to the radio the old fashioned way (by tuning into a broadcast), send physical letters or use shortwave, and read physical books and not the internet. And there will be a whole new kind of profiling emerge (and I strongly suspect it already has), a profile that runs from "national security state compliant household" to "completely off the grid and largely unmonitorable" and therefore "highly suspect." Indeed, the "countermeasure" industry is already just starting up, but I suspect, as the police state expands and as more and more layers of technology are added, that the countermeasure industry will be one of the major growth industries of the future, with the real financial jackpot going to whomever can come up with the "scanner blaster", that fries anyone's equipment that is trying to scan your household without your permission.

In the meantime, before you go to bed tonight, better join the tin-foil hat crowd and wrap or cover up that WiFi antenna - and any smart appliances - with a loose tent-like covering of foil. Think of the idea as a kind of "tea-caddy" with an inner layer of tinfoil, with a decorative outer covering. Before long, they'll be selling "Decorative Faraday Cages for Any Appliance" on amazon.

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. DanaThomas on May 30, 2017 at 5:25 am

    We-Spy-Wi-Fi. This news originally came out 5 years ago, but everybody was too distracted by the 2012 syndrome.

  2. Phil the Thrill on May 29, 2017 at 9:52 am

    “You can make out the shape of a person, or a cat…anything that is larger than 4 centimeters in size.”
    Hah! That means the peeping Toms can’t see my social construct…oops. Dangit. Hey, GDSnauts! How the heck do I unpost my comments after I post them?! Hey! What I said is nunnayer bizness! Hey!

  3. OrigensChild on May 29, 2017 at 9:52 am

    So they have the tools to see through walls and invade our privacy even more. They are more foolish than ever. This says more about them than us!!! “By their fruits you shall know them.” We know what they are…

  4. TRM on May 28, 2017 at 11:03 pm

    Them pesky Ruskies again!! LiFi? Uses Light to Transmitt Wireless Data Faster Than Wifi in Office, School, or Home, Yet Poses No Radiation Dangers & No Eavesdropping Vulnerability.

    That last one will mean it will never get approved for us serfs in North America.

  5. goshawks on May 28, 2017 at 6:41 pm

    Most everybody thinks of these technologies from a Defensive side. I would like to point out that these technologies will make a dandy way of ‘pointing-out’ all the hidden bigwigs.

    Way back in the 30s, E.E. ‘Doc’ Smith wrote about multiple starships using mutually-supportive jamming techniques as a defensive measure. All the enemy could see was a vast ‘cloud’ of interference moving through space. It could only be defeated by colossal computing power figuring-out the ‘dead zones’ – which would be where individual starships would be found. (Not bad for 1930!)

    Back on Earth, the sheer-money-power of REAL PTB will ensure that they are equipped with the latest-and-greatest jamming mechanisms for their security and privacy. This will be multi-spectrum. So, the best way to ‘track-down’ REAL PTB will be to look for ‘holes’ in reception areas. Just monitor where signals will not be received, from different angles, and you have them.

    I would suggest that the technologically-inclined amongst us (including white hats) start ‘sweeping’ their areas for ‘holes’ in reception. That way, when the time comes, we can just beat a path to the appropriate doorways…

    • TRM on May 28, 2017 at 9:38 pm

      Very clever. I like it. Now you’ve made me want to go read some real old Sci-Fi 🙂

      • goshawks on May 29, 2017 at 2:41 am

        “Gray Lensman” by E.E. ‘Doc’ Smith. Be warned; other things will go by the wayside once you discover the ‘Lensman’ series (not to mention the ‘Skylark’ series). *half-grin*

        (The ‘Lensman’ series has an honorary non-Emmy for being so threatening to certain folks that it has never been taken to TV or movies, despite numerous folks lifting it’s content. “Star Wars” for example, in my opinion…)

  6. Jon on May 28, 2017 at 1:53 pm

    I use a device for my cell called a Blocsock, a British shield system which I am not sure is still available in the US.

    I also recently was turned on to the idea that a good shield against EMPs, because it is a good Faraday cage, is a microwave oven. Preppers are taking old microwave ovens and turning them into safe places to stash electronics, not only for EMP safety, but for blocking unwanted signals. With all the cheap, throw-away microwave ovens around these days, you can keep them out of the landfills and keep your electronics safe by having a few of them on your shelves (not plugged in, mind you – you don’t want to fry you gear). So, keep an old micro or two by your bed to stash phones and radios for safety.

    They would also be great for hiding items you don’t want scanned by the method put forth in this post.

    Given that signal processing is what will be the key to make the resolution more useful in this method, I would be willing to bet that software already exists from the development of other, related technologies (if not already being a couple decades ahead of this public announcement) in black projects. It is a natural outgrowth of radar and signals intelligence work that dates back to the 1950s at least.

  7. Syncromyst on May 28, 2017 at 1:16 pm

    I had a similar realization regarding social media. It’s an ok communication tool, but now it has become not only an addiction for some, but a necessity for most.
    My instincts proved correct and it has grown into a voluntary surveillance program.

    Already I get suspicious looks when tell people I’m NOT on Faceborg.

    Will drive by microwave surveillance require a search warrant? Or will it be considered routine observation?

  8. WalkingDead on May 28, 2017 at 11:43 am

    I’m sure there is a special place in Hell for these individuals; as well as those who perform the murder of innocent children (abortion) and all those who participate in it; including the mothers of these unborn innocents and the “lawmakers” who legalized it. This would include the Vatican, as well.
    The commandment plainly says “Thou shalt not kill”.

  9. Robert Barricklow on May 28, 2017 at 11:05 am

    Too bad the wifi can’t ferret out the truth. But than that would be an unforgivable revolutionary act.
    I recently sold my Wi-Fi-Ray vision glasses for new ones on the dark net.
    Good to see the overlords side of the fence catching up to speed.

  10. marcos toledo on May 28, 2017 at 10:50 am

    There was a episode of The Outer Limits sci-fi tv series that dealt with issue the device was called ORBIT. Then there was Superman X-ray vision and this ability is used in many a fantasy story what the old joke just because your paranoid doesn’t mean your not being watched in this case. Then this a way to separate you from your money drumming up another faux business for milking us.

  11. Invictus on May 28, 2017 at 10:15 am

    It seems to me that this is another attempt of the Illuminati to enslave us. 1984 and Brave New World combined.

  12. DanaThomas on May 28, 2017 at 8:01 am

    There is a growing sector of EM protection, and the sky’s the limit, as they say. Check out yewtube for Dr. Katherine Horton. She is rather chatty and does NOT talk like a convent novice, but is constantly seeking better ways to foil “unseen intrusion”.

    • Neru on May 28, 2017 at 10:09 am

      Thanks for that info.

      Sorry, pushed the wrong “report comment” button.

    • Sandygirl on May 29, 2017 at 4:22 pm

      Good one Dana – better ways to ‘foil’

  13. anakephalaiosis on May 28, 2017 at 7:45 am

    Fleshed logos will leave the flesh and walk through walls. Breath is spirit. Spiritual man is just clothed. Analogue computer is input and output.

    Christianity shows the way: “I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die.” John 11:25

  14. WalkingDead on May 28, 2017 at 7:42 am

    Hence the absolute rush to roll out 5G wireless which they are attempting to sell you for its “faster downloads” on that monitoring device you now call your smart phone; and why they are willing to give you one when you purchase your plan. Then there is the added benefit of detrimental effects on your health. Soon, the world will be bathed in terahertz waves and they can just ride down the road and observe everyone and control everything through the IOT and all those smart appliances you cannot avoid purchasing because that’s all you will be able to purchase.
    This will of course create new jobs for “security technicians” who will go door to door disabling the “smart circuitry” within those devices. This will, in turn, result in “laws” forbidding the disabling of said circuits and a new type of criminal for their “prison industry”.
    They really don’t want you to understand that they actually own you since the restructuring of the bankruptcy back in the 1920’s when you went from being a human being to a “human resource”. Hence the crackdown on “off the grid” living, one needs to be able to inventory their “chattel” and its “possessions”. If you have ever filled out “census” or “social security” paperwork, you will understand just why they ask you for all that information that is really none of their business. The bankruptcy requires a complete list of all assets.

  15. LGL on May 28, 2017 at 5:43 am

    “Think of the idea as a kind of “tea-caddy” with an inner layer of tinfoil, with a decorative outer covering. Before long, they’ll be selling “Decorative Faraday Cages for Any Appliance” on amazon.”

    @JP Farrell: you should patent that idea and collect on an entire new class of products.

  16. basta on May 28, 2017 at 5:37 am

    Not only will this stuff kill you eventually, but they can watch you while doing it.

    But this tech has been around for ages, I remember reading about it when I first went down the rabbit hole, long ago. Now, if it hits more mainstream “news” then obviously they’ve moved on to something even more invasive and sinister.

    • chime on May 28, 2017 at 10:28 am

      We now have a good handle on the biochemical mechanism of EMFs that is causing a wide variety of negative health effects. Below is a link to a talk by Dr. Martin Paul, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry at Washington State University. The most common complaint is sleep disorders which isn’t surprising since EMFs cause the calcification of the pineal gland that is the major producer of melatonin in the body. There is also good evidence that since EMFs are low energy protons that the human body can’t tell the difference between EMFs and light and the pineal only produces melatonin in the dark. But the more serious longer term negative health effects are increasing rapidly. Dr. Paul thinks that even if we stopped the increase of EMF pollution today we are facing a health crisis of unprecedented proportions from the damage already done and because of the well known infertility effects of EMFs, if we continue the exponential increase of EMF pollution in our environment that we could be looking at the extinction of the human race.

      • basta on May 28, 2017 at 11:12 am

        This tech came in at the same time that lead paint was banned — for the children. …Right! We all know how much they care for the children! (They love to rape, torture and eat them.)

        The children were the excuse, the real reason they banned lead paint was that it blocked these signals; you couldn’t see through the walls.

        • Robert Barricklow on May 28, 2017 at 5:23 pm

          Again Basta, very keen insights.

          Once, happenstance.
          Twice, coincidence.
          Three times, enemy action.
          – Goldfinger

      • marcos toledo on May 28, 2017 at 1:09 pm

        Thanks for the link basta.

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