Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Orion Krause and the Psychotronic Weapons Underground

ROCKPORT — Orion Krause appeared to have a bright future. He lived a comfortable childhood, first on Monhegan Island, a tight-knit fishing enclave and artist colony 12 miles off the mainland, and then in the midcoast town of Rockport in a beautiful shingle-sided home with views of the Camden Hills and Penobscot Bay. 

His father was a...ferry boat captain. His mother came from a wealthy family and was involved in various community and charitable endeavors. 
Krause, who has a twin brother, Cooper, was gifted musically and always practiced...He was an all-state jazz drummer as a high school senior and attended the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio...  (source)
On Sept. 8, in the quiet northern Massachusetts town of Groton, Krause allegedly beat to death with a baseball bat four people: his mother, Elizabeth “Buffy” Krause, 60; her parents, Frank Danby Lackey III, 89, and Elizabeth Lackey, 85; and their home health worker, Bertha Mae Parker, 68.
Krause then walked to a neighbor’s home, naked and covered in mud and blood, and confessed to the killings. Police arrested him a short time later. He made a brief appearance in court in Massachusetts last week and now is awaiting a psychiatric evaluation at Bridgewater State Hospital. 
Documents associated with the case have been impounded.
Two college classmates have described Krause as a "gentle," and largely quiet jazz musician and drummer. 
"He was one of the most gentle people I've ever gotten to know," said an Oberlin classmate, Louie Krauss, of Baltimore, who is not related to the Krause family. "He wasn't the most talkative guy ever, but he would listen really intently to what you had to say."  (source)
The Babylonian star catalogues of the Late Bronze Age name Orion MULSIPA.ZI.AN.NA, "The Heavenly Shepherd" or "True Shepherd of Anu" - Anu being the chief god of the heavenly realms. - Wikipedia
In ancient Egypt, the stars of Orion were regarded as a god, called Sah. Because Orion rises before Sirius, the star whose heliacal rising was the basis for the Solar Egyptian calendar, Sah was closely linked with Sopdet, the goddess who personified Sirius. The god Sopdu was said to be the son of Sah and Sopdet. Sah was syncretized with Osiris, while Sopdet was syncretized with Osiris' mythological wife, Isis.  - Wikipedia
As the astronomy of Babylonia became more developed, as the heavens were mapped out into groups of constellations, each of which received a definite name, while the leading single stars were similarly distinguished and named, the stars and constellations followed the lead of the planets. As Mars became Nergal, so Orion became Tammuz. - (source)

Krause Family History. German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): variant of Kraus. German: from Middle High German kruse 'pitcher', 'jug'; a metonymic occupational name for a maker or seller of jugs or a nickname for a heavy drinker.

When a shadowy Rockport estate became the world epicenter of psychics and psychedelics. By Andy O’Brien
Few people alive today remember the enigmatic Round Table Foundation, which operated in Rockport from the late 1940s to the late 1950s. Even then, it was mysterious to outsiders, although it was well known within the tight circles of parapsychological researchers. The facility it funded hosted some of the 20th century’s most prominent and controversial psychics and mediums and even attracted the attention of the U.S. military, which saw potential in using the power of the mind to advantage the U.S. in its Cold War with the Soviets. 


(Andrija) Puharich, who died in 1995, has been hailed as the “father of the New Age movement.” In life, his work was celebrated by enthusiasts of the paranormal and condemned by skeptics. Today, the Round Table Foundation is routinely name-checked by both serious historians of Cold War–era covert research and tinfoil-hat types concerned with everything from extraterrestrials to the Illuminati to the Kennedy assassination. 
Puharich knew that some exceptional individuals could hear beyond most people’s typical audible range, and he wondered whether there might be a telepathic equivalent. 
Puharich’s more arcane research, meanwhile, involved gathering “sensitives” from around the world to stay at Glen Cove while volunteering for experiments on the nature of their abilities. 
His staff built a set of a copper-lined booths, known as Faraday cages, to block out radio waves and other electromagnetic interference, the better to isolate a potential psychic inside.
After the Navy Yard shooting ... the media reported that Alexis had filed a police report in Rhode Island on August 2, 2013, in which he claimed to be the victim of harassment and that he was hearing voices in his head. 
According to an FBI official after the shooting, Alexis was under the "belief that he was being controlled or influenced by extremely low frequency electromagnetic waves". 
Technology built around the Radio Frequency Hearing effect does exist, for example, Air Force patent # 6470214 patented in December 1996, allows sounds and voices to be heard ″When the expansion and contraction take place in the head of an animal, the acoustic signal is passed by conduction to the inner ear where it is further processed as if it were an acoustic signal from the outer ear.″ 
Electrical Device Used to Treat ‘Nerve Deafness’
By STACY V. JONES FEB. 20, 1971 
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19— A physician and a dentist were granted a patent this week for a method of treat ing “nerve deafness” by electrical stimulation through the skin. 
Dr. Henry K. Puharich and Dr. Joseph L. Lawrence as signed Patent 3,563,246 to the Intelectron Corporation, a New York company they found ed. 
The patient wears a head set with a pair of electrodes placed in front of and behind each ear. Then the therapist switches on amplitude‐modulated, low‐frequency radio waves. 
A typical treatment lasts an hour and is repeated daily for a month.
Eldon Byrd of the US Naval Surface Weapons Centre who controlled the US Non Lethal Weapons programme in the early 80s, confirms that ELF and electromagnetic devices are feasible – but it appears that yet again, all details are contained within the secure 'black' world of hidden research projects. 
In October, 1973, Byrd did experiments with Uri Geller. Geller allegedly permanently bent a piece of nitinol metal, a feat impossible without applying great heat.  
Byrd sued skeptic debunker James Randi for $30 million for defamation. Randi had called Byrd a convicted child molester [in the June 1988 issue of Rod Serling's Twilight Zone Mystery Magazine], when in fact he had been arrested for possession with intention to distribute obscene materials involving children, and plead guilty to a lower charge of possession with intention to distribute obscene materials.