October 10, 2013
Dream research has been a very vague area to investigate. I can recall a Robert Monroe writing a book about remote viewing and a Stephen LaBerge Ph.D using REM sleep to communicate with a tech watching the dreamer from the dream lab.
Well, with the brain chips ability to monitor and translate brain activity into speech, into visual sequences, society has a most wonderful tool for investigating the world of dreaming.
But, (that awful “but”)
How can the shadow governments use this aspect of the brain-chip to expand electronic torture beyond sleep deprivation.
This article was posted: Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 4:47 pm