DARPA Insider Warns: The ‘Voice Of God Weapon’ Is Real
DARPA Insider Warns: The ‘Voice Of God Weapon’ Is Real: Can ‘Talk’ To You From Nearly A Mile Away, Blind You, Or Melt Your Skin Off By Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline
– Insider’s Stunning Admission: ‘I’ve Empowered The Dark Side’
People laughed years ago when former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura hosted Dr. Robert Duncan on his ‘Conspiracy Theory’ TV show and Dr. Duncan discussed what he called the ‘Voice Of God‘ weapon, technology he helped to develop. Allegedly used during the Iraq war via supposedly beaming Allah’s voices into the heads of Iraqi soldiers, telling them to ‘drop their weapons’, Dr. Duncan tells us they reportedly followed ‘Allah’s’ commands, not knowing they were coming from the United States military.
While we’ve discussed voice to skull technology (V2K) in numerous stories on ANP, with at least one reader sure to tell us to ‘put your tinfoil hats‘ on, this new story over at the Daily Mail reports that the US Marines have revealed their plans for a plasma crowd control weapon that can “SHOUT” at people from 3,000 feet away, then be turned up to temporarily blind them, or even turned up full blast to quite literally melt people’s skin off of them, causing nearly instant death.
With that story giving us even more proof of Steve Quayle’s warnings that the technologies we’re officially being shown now are at least 10 years, and sometimes 20 or more years, behind the technologies that have been already developed, can anyone now say that V2K tech is a ‘conspiracy theory‘ when we’ve now got mainstream news outlets such as Discover and Newsweek announcing it? Well if we look hard enough we find we were told long ago.
And as we hear from Dr. Dunca in the first two videos at the bottom of this story, he himself is a DARPA insider who developed this technology and as he eerily tells Jesse Ventura in that first video below from years ago when asked the first question, “What is bad about this technology?” Dr. Duncan answers: “I’ve empowered the dark side with some of my work“. Much more below but first, from the Daily Mail story:
The US Marines are developing a new laser weapon that can transmit voice messages at long range, or be turned up to deafen, dazzle or even kill. The Scalable Compact Ultra-short Pulse Laser System (SCUPLS) will be mounted on a truck or tank. It will initially be used as a non-lethal weapon for crowd control, according to US Government documents.
The document mentions future plans include ‘advancement of possible full spectrum of effects capabilities from non-lethal to lethal, along with added Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance system capabilities.’
The weapon can produce a range of effects. At the lowest setting, the weapon can produce speech, and it will be able to warn people upto 1,000m away by delivering voice messages. When it gets closer, the weapon will deliver a ‘Flash-bang effect’ by sending an ‘acoustic blast of ~ 165+ dB at minimum distance of 100 meters’.
It will also be able to send a ‘Flash blind effects (6-8 million candela)’ momentarily blinding people at minimum distance of 100 meters.
The highest setting of the current model will let loose ‘Full scalable thermal ablative effects’ through common natural clothing (i.e., fabric, denim, leather, etc.) at minimum distance of 100 meters.
This would painfully vaporise the outer layer of skin – rather than burning it will be turned into gas.
Using the different effect would allow operators to control crowds or enemies, first warning them before using the higher settings.
The documentation for the project says it will ‘have direct application to many other U.S. Government agencies as well as civilian law enforcement.
While the mainstream media and the establishment political apparatus are happy to call ‘targeted individuals‘ a tinfoil hat conspiracy theory, Defense One reported back in March that “the Pentagon’s non-lethal weapons lab hopes to have a direct energy weapon that can produce an effect like a haunted walkie-talkie or the biblical burning bush.”