Meier Corroboration #188- Infrasound

April 15th, 2019

Low-intensity ultrasound can change decision-making process in the brain, research shows

New research in primates has shown for the first time that counterfactual thinking is causally related to a frontal part of the brain, called the anterior cingulate cortex. And scientists have proven that the process can be changed by targeting neurons (nerve cells) in this region using low-intensity ultrasound.

The study showed for the first time how low-intensity ultrasonic waves can be used to non-invasively, and with pinpoint accuracy, modulate normal brain functionaffecting counterfactual thinking and the ability to switch to better alternative.

If neurons in the anterior cingulate cortex are not working properly, then it would not be possible to switch to alternative options, even when these alternatives are the best available. Scientists believe that this is what happens in some psychiatric conditions where people are stuck in dysfunctional habits.

The research, conducted in macaques monkeys, follows previous work highlighting the safeness of the non-invasive ultrasound technique and its effect on the brain.

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2019-04-low-intensity-ultrasound-decision-making-brain.html

April 28th, 2005

Extremely low-pitched sounds from electronic devices and other things as well as from nature, which cannot be perceived by the human ear – so-called infrasound – can cause strong vibrations, in the case of objects and with the human body and all its organs, such as, for instance, also in the eyes.
The consequences of that are hallucinations and panic attacks as well as depression, discord and negative moral states, because the thoughts and feelings as well as the consciousness succumb to confusion as a result of the vibrations.
In the said form, there is a connection among infra-sound, electromagnetism, and ghostly apparitions.
Infrasound and electromagnetism can trigger the internal attack-and-escape mechanism of the human being as well as panic attacks and hallucinations, and so forth, and it is especially the case if one is in a spooky or weird-looking place, in a depressed mood or in a mystical situation, and so forth.
That which is decisive in this regard is that the sense of the human beings is under great tension, whereby he perceives the environment and his situation, and so forth, as a threat.
In this state, then “ghostly apparitions” can be seen or strange, ghostly sounds can be heard, or unreal touches can be felt, and so forth.
Strong electromagnetic fields have effects on the human body and its organs, which therefore also includes the brain and consciousness as well as the thoughts, emotions and the psyche, which lead to hallucinations, whereby the human being sees, hears and feels things which are not real.
Electromagnetism and infrasound produce an effect on the human brain in such a way, that, for example, the feeling is created that someone strange is present – a ghost, and so forth, because he cannot be seen, or can be dimly seen as a result of the imagination.
Faces and figures can also be seen and sounds as well as unreal breathing, and so forth can be heard, or, in the same way, unreal touches can be felt.
Thereby the human being can become increasingly insecure and anxious, because the activity of fantasy and the imagination increases and everything is considered absolutely real, as for example in a similar manner to the way human beings appear who believe that they have been abducted and examined or impregnated by extraterrestrials and later have their foetuses stolen, which, in regard to pregnancy, naturally, only applies to women.
With all of these human beings, fantasy and the imagination – so to speak – go mad, whereby everything is of such a strong nature that the fantasy images and the imagination appear absolutely real – all caused by infrasound, or by strong electromagnetic fields.

http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/Contact_Report_386

 

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