We start out this week - election week in the USA - with a bang. I say "a bang" because my inbox this week was stuffed with numerous articles about one thing: electro-magnetic weapons and their uses. In fact, I was first tempted to blog about all of them, because they're all quite interesting (even the one spotted by M.W. that's now 16 years old!). I decided, however, to limit my attention to two of them that caught my eye, and reserve the others for today's tidbits.

One of the articles that constituted the "bang" this week, and the heavy concentration on electromagnetic "non-lethal" weapons was a strange and very short story in the Russian news service TASS that was spotted and shared by K.M. (to whom a big thank you). See if you spot what caught my eye (and no doubt, K.M.'s as well):

Troops demoralize enemy force with magnetic field in Volga area drills

In fact, the article is so short, we can quote all of it:

MOSCOW, October 28. /TASS/. Army engineers disrupted an enemy offensive by creating a magnetic field during drills in the Republic of Udmurtia in the Volga area, the press office of the Central Military District reported on Wednesday.

"Using the experience gained in the latest local conflicts and the possibilities of computer technologies, the combat engineers specifically created a magnetic field that was exerting force on electric charges and bodies. This made it possible to demoralize the enemy manpower and make it retreat," the press office said in a statement.

The military engineers also laid minefields, set up booby traps and artificial obstacles at the boundary of the enemy force’s deployment, which helped disrupt its offensive, the statement says.

The exercise involved over 600 troops, the press office said.

There you have it. During some sort of drill or wargame, the elements of the Russian army disrupted an "enemy's" offensive by laying mine fields, artificial obstacles and booby-traps. Pretty conventional stuff for wargames (and wars). But it's that opening line that gives me pause:

Army engineers disrupted an enemy offensive by creating a magnetic field during drills in the Republic of Udmurtia in the Volga area, the press office of the Central Military District reported on Wednesday. (Emphasis added)

Now of course, this is TASS, and it could be lying. But I think not in this case, because there are patents for all sorts of "non-lethal" weapons and mind manipulation weapons, many of them incorporating microwaves, sound, and so on, for "crowd control," by making things so excruciating for people's hearing or body (or both) that they simply turn and run away.  Rumors abound that such weapons were deployed to Iraq by the US military during Bush the Stupid's invasion of that country after 9/11. The concepts and technology are there, and the Russians would certainly have no difficulty creating their own versions of them since they've been involved in research in that field since the Soviet era.

What intrigues me here is the mention of a new modality of "disrupting an enemy's offensive" by the creation of a "magnetic field" (again, assuming it's magnetic and not some other phenomenon, like a strong pattern of microwave beam mixing in an area, which could produce some strong localized magnetic effects). How would this create a disruption? Well, I can think of at least two possibilities in today's high octane speculation. The first is a magnetic field strong enough to interfere with equipment functioning, and even a human's ability to think and coordinate his body physically. All living things are to some degree bio-electrical beings, so this would seem to be a rather obvious possibility. But there's a second possibility, and I think it's more interesting, though in my opinion it would require much more power to operate - difficult under battlefield conditions - and require some rather fancy physics and technicians. What if a field was established that would literally push against an advancing force.  Imagine walking along, for example, then suddenly feeling pin-pricks all  over your body, and an unusual sense not only of confusion but of pressure, as if you were pushing against something. The further you would continue in that direction, the more the pressure and prickling sensations would increase, requiring you to exert more effort, until the sensations (and effort) become too much to handle, and you simply turn around and go back the way you came... with the sensations diminishing as you do so.

So with that in mind take a look at a second article shared by K.S. (and again, thank you for finding and sharing the story) about the Pentagram and 5G:


It's that last little statement, taking in conjunction with the TASS article, that caught my eye:

In a statement to C4ISRNET on Wednesday, Pentagon spokesperson Russ Goemaere said “No, DOD does not intend to own and operate a national 5G network.” Rather, he said, the DoD needs to better understand how dynamic spectrum sharing can support training, readiness and lethality in the contiguous United States. (Emphasis added)

Oh really! You don't say... 5G supporting lethality? Supporting lethality for what? And against whom?

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. FiatLux on November 4, 2020 at 7:58 am

    The most striking thing to me is the last four words of the quote from the C4ISRNET article: in the contiguous United States. That narrows down the “against whom” part a little…

  2. Richard on November 3, 2020 at 7:18 pm

    Back to “Cross Currents” of “The Body Electric,” aye?

    In certain parts of the globe 21st Century humankind is even more immersed into cross currents and electromagnetic fields than back in the 1970’s & 1980’s. Or at the turn of the last century when RADAR and radio became the latest fascination. Some could say that even Foo Fighters were interested in those intermittent radio signals during WWII. But were they? Or were those high-powered RADAR units responsible for gaining their attention because of impacting navigation? Or maybe those earliest Tesla towers in Colorado. Such radio and electromagnetic field emissions have certainly been fruitful and multiplied. Doubt if the Other’s really had a keen eye for the first televised Olympics. It might have been the noise though.

    Chemicals, drugs, Rx’s, frequencies, nano machines, and electrodes, . . . Speaking of electrodes, “What ever happened to Count Dracula’s Transylvania Twist, anyway?” You know, the good ole days when people actually knew where they were going.


  3. Loxie Lou Davie on November 3, 2020 at 4:45 pm

    Joseph…..your mentioning running into something that would make you turn back made me think of a couple UFO stories I read back in the 80’s & 90’s!!

    That has actually happened to some of these Experiencers; when they tried to get closer to a craft, they kept running into an invisible “shield” that would not allow them to go past it.

    We already know about the Crowd Control & one can look to Dr. Katherine Horton’s work for all manner of things “they” can use against us!!

    It all comes down to whether a psychopath or an empathic human being is using the “tool”….whatever that might be.
    Personally, I think we have crossed the Rubicon & we are waiting to see how this all turns out?!

  4. Nidster - on November 3, 2020 at 3:36 am

    “If 5G supports lethality, then for what purpose, and against whom will it be used?”

    Answer: 5g can be used against combatants in the New Civil War that is coming to metropolitan areas with the USA.

  5. Nidster - on November 3, 2020 at 3:26 am

    Radar beams will ‘heat’ an object, and also create a ‘tingling’ sensation in the body. That part is well known. Back in the early days of radar this was a well-known phenomenon by military and aviation people. I have heard a few ‘humorous’ stories of radar beams being focused on unsuspecting people walking around a military airport. Certain ‘sick-minded’ jokers in the control tower would do this sort of mischief against unsuspecting people, and laugh at the reactions of those people being ‘pulsed’ with the radar beam.

    So the affects of being ‘pulsed’ with radar seems to have some similarity to what is being described in the article. Perhaps those clever “Ruskies’ have now developed some sort of new ‘weapon’ whereby they combine a radar beam, an electromagnetic beam, and an energy beam that has been used to create illnesses in embassy personnel. The curious part of course is why does the ‘beam’ literally, and physically push against an object? Could it be due to the beam is also ‘pushing’ a wave of water molecules within the atmosphere against a physical object?

  6. Pierre on November 2, 2020 at 9:22 pm

    The piked out of a remake of They Live (1988), which had the magic sunglasses that allowed one to see how things really were (cue Warren Zevon, and they aint that pretty at all)… I think I can do that nowadays without them, but what would be cool would be to see the emf fields . now that would be something. cue Beatles, something in the way it moves me…..

  7. marcos toledo on November 2, 2020 at 7:29 pm

    The flip side of non-lethal is lethal it’s up to those who control this technology which will it be make you sick and run away or die an agonizing death.

  8. goshawks on November 2, 2020 at 6:20 pm

    One thing not mentioned explicitly in the cited article is the effect of magnetic fields not on the body but on the carried equipment. EM fields can mess-up unshielded electronics. (Hold a magnet next to an old analog TV, for example.) What if all your communications went out? Not to mention your targeting computers. The more ‘modernized’ the force, the more magnetic fields would be useful

    However, “how dynamic spectrum sharing can support training, readiness and lethality” probably refers to speeding-up the ‘kill chain’. Obviously, the faster one can transmit and receive copious amounts of data (hence 5G), the quicker one can get to a kill/no-kill decision…

    • Robert Barricklow on November 2, 2020 at 6:34 pm

      So bloody true, Goshawks.
      Of course, it goes w/o saying;
      the weakest link in the kill chain is:

  9. Billy Bob on November 2, 2020 at 5:42 pm

    Causes radiation sickness? Kills the population leaves their possessions unscathed? Sounds like the perfect business model.

    • pete clark on November 14, 2020 at 1:51 pm

      And we can say a magic virus dunnit!

  10. Kevin Ryan on November 2, 2020 at 2:54 pm

    At this post-Halloween time, I’m reminded of the movie The Thing, not with James Arness but with Kurt Russell facing a man killing creature that morphs from one thing into another. We were sold on The Internet of Things as a wonderfully convenient system that would fill our homes with rapturous possibilities. And now the US Army wants to morph this 5G thing into a man killer. So much for a Department of Defense. And aiming our weapons outward rather than inward. Will our homes become prisons with built in lethality for whenever our thinking offends those with their hand on the lethal-option switch?

    • Foglamp on November 2, 2020 at 5:13 pm

      I don’t think there was any morphing. 5G has never been primarily about filling our homes with rapturous possibilities. Same with smartphones, which are primarily tracking and surveillance devices; but they also have enough utility built into them to make them “cool” to fool us into not only using/carrying them, but paying for them. It’s the same with 5G: it is primarily a military system; but it offers enough civilian utility for the sheeple to not only accept it, but demand it. Fool me once,……

  11. guitardave on November 2, 2020 at 1:45 pm

    The one that ‘sealed the deal’ for me, on having weapons of this type was, in Daddy-“Bush the Creepy’s” Iraq 1.0 war.
    The images of the Kuwaiti forces surrendering pegged my WTF? meter at the time.

  12. Robert Barricklow on November 2, 2020 at 12:01 pm

    Reading general mainstream headlines
    are my daily dose morning comics
    [hilarious Orwellian double-speak].

    “Non-lethal” in the since, See you later alligator
    shoes; all these non-lethal weapons are advertised w/a “Killing You Softly” music as a of background radiation theme. And remember these are what they’re telling the public about. The other slow-kill kind, is already public; except hidden from the public in the form of 5G entertain/social media.
    Oh yea; then there’s the DOA kind. And some of those are used by the military.
    “Mind Fields” indeed!
    Capitalist TASS is generally more reliable than the USSA Western media these days!
    The crowd micro-wave control will be tuning up as the NWO medial dictatorships marches across their covid1984 operation control-grid-globe.

    • Robert Barricklow on November 2, 2020 at 12:13 pm

      Wickedly Cool! – A literal electromagnetic soup; somewhat akin to a “force-field”.

      The USSA military now admitting they would provide killer 5G support on the deplorable.
      Of course, it’s “training” support now.
      Meaning the election hasn’t occurred in real-time.
      Now you officially know: 5G is a “Killer App”!
      Welcome to the NWO control-grid.
      It’s electric and micro-hot.
      Now dance …

  13. OrigensChild on November 2, 2020 at 10:34 am

    5G? And we thought flouride in our water supply was bad. I’m having a “more cowbell” moment prompting me to listen to Blue Oyster Cult now.

    • Scot Cottage on November 2, 2020 at 12:02 pm

      I was thinking more of West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band – Part One, that has kind of a Philip K Dick vibe. “The best thing I can suggest is that you think The Charlatans meets The Chocolate Watchband meets The Byrds, meets Moby Grape, with a dash of The Beatles, and it’s all set in the jungles of Viet Nam, where just the moment before all was cool calm and collected, and then trip-wires flashed flares, incoming rockets streaked across the sky, and gravity unraveled, leaving people to literally take flight .. Jenell Kesler”

  14. Foglamp on November 2, 2020 at 6:23 am

    I’ve been wondering whether this sort of technology is being developed to counter the threat from swarms of microdrones and slaughterbots, and may be related to Sudden Animal Deaths?

    • Roger on November 2, 2020 at 12:16 pm

      I was thinking the same thing. Haven’t put a lot of thought into jamming and frying electrical robotic circuitry yet because it hasn’t become a big enough problem. But I’m sure civilian devices will become quite popular if they do.

      • Roger on November 2, 2020 at 12:18 pm

        One minute later and all sorts of easy to make ways come to mind!

    • Sandygirl on November 2, 2020 at 12:39 pm

      ” The pictures show stretches of the Khalaktyrsky Beach, a popular surfing destination, covered in dead octopuses, muscles, crabs, sea urchins and other sea animals.https://abcnews.go.com/International/mysterious-mass-die-off-russias-eastern-coast-scientists/story?id=73544331

      • Pierre on November 2, 2020 at 9:14 pm

        or a million tonnes of highly radioactive water being released from fukushima. or methan blowouts(maybe too far south for that).

  15. anakephalaiosis on November 2, 2020 at 5:57 am

    Breaking of the sixth seal, is experiencing expulsion of soul, confronting the empty void, and that induces total panic, staring into nothingness.

    Ordinary humans cannot handle the shock of being thrown, into cosmic solitude, in the empty void. They break down, and run away in panic.

    The ability, to be centered in one’s own essence, is the idea of Kairos, as the individual focal point, in the grid of gods/induced principles/Ryne-Stafas.

    Animated magnetism of birds, attacks electromagnetic antennas, by instinct.

    • anakephalaiosis on November 2, 2020 at 6:07 am


      I rose sky-high, and trod amongst stars,
      as I had come out of heaven, to stand still.
      I was the mountain, in the middle of wars.
      I was the will, with no will, against will.

      I stood against cold come of winter freezing,
      while defying death, in shadow nothingness.
      And as wrongdoers broke oak spelling,
      loss of forest made child human heartless.


      Pope Nero-Caligula, the pontiff primus,
      seeks to be Caesarian maximus,
      and thus he gave Gaul
      a horrid overhaul,
      expanding his mafia octopus.


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