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Re: Grant Cameron's 'Mental Effects'

From: Jason Gammon boyinthemachine.nul
Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2013 00:22:58 -0400 (EDT)
Archived: Sat, 22 Jun 2013 12:28:30 -0400
Subject: Re: Grant Cameron's 'Mental Effects'

>From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Sat, 15 Jun 2013 08:51:38 -0400
>Subject: Re: Grant Cameron's 'Mental Effects'


>Wilbert B. Smith, who Grant has studied extensively, comments as
>follows in one of his letters concerning tensor beam technology.
>This information was said to come from the ETs themselves, but
>he does not explain how.:


>"I think you might be a bit hasty in dismissing 'telepathic'
>communication with these people from elsewhere, since I know
>that the system they use does resemble telepathy to some extent,
>but it actually is electrical, even though they have cut out
>most of the intervening equipment such as microphones,
>earphones, vocal cords etc. I have generated this energy in the
>lab, but I am not smart enough to do anything with it; I only
>know that it exists, and the boys from topside admit that it is
>what they use.

>The tensor beam I have found to be quite unmanageable. I can
>generate it OK but can't make it do much for me. You see, it is
>identical with the energies associated with the life functions
>in the human body and accordingly can be incorporated and
>directed with them, by mental control, by experts! I hope
>someday to be able to do it, but I am informed that it takes at
>least 10 years of concentrated training for the experts to learn
>how to do it."

>So Smith would say that telepathy is a natural ability that can
>be enhanced by technology.

Dr. Eric Walker also dropped hints that E.S.P. played a huge
role with regard to understanding the UFO phenomenon. The
problem is how Walker would know this. The same question would
apply to Smith. How would he know?

Some people are just dead set on this belief that humans possess
this seemingly magical ability and that one day we will learn
how to control such. I believe this is a pipe dream and
represents perhaps a childish perception of the phenomenon.

I can only add that I can scour the earth in an attempt to find
a person with advanced psychic powers capable of turning
my t.v. channel by mere thought alone. I can also push the
button on my remote. Both routes may perhaps produce
results if time is not a factor to consider. As far as
usefulness and ability to replicate or reproduce the action,
I believe technology is what we should focus on. Sure there
have been various studies on alleged psychic powers.

However, we are currently in the infant stage of artificial or
technological telepathy. I don't know why so many UFO
researchers pretend as if this and similar advances are not
happening or are somehow not of concern. And for those out there
who think that the answer is a mixture of both routes,
technology with advanced understanding of alleged psychic
powers, then my question would be why? Why still cling to
naturally evolved telepathy when technology does not require any
alleged supernatural power of the human mind? Those researching
technological telepathy are not researching alleged human

To be honest, it's not going to play a role because it's not
necessary. Both Dr. Smith and Dr. Walker only turned to a
naturally evolved human ability because at that time they could
not even fathom a technological version. There was no
competition so of course it would be a monopoly. And going
further, if MJ12 or some other secret organization existed I'm
sure they too perhaps went down this route as well. However, by
now they would have definitely realized that such avenue was

All I can say is that if you still doubt what I'm saying then
please look back and judge the productivity of these two
avenues. Which one is going to deliver? Because thought-
controlled cars and machines are also right around the corner
and I promise you that telekinesis has absolutely nothing to do
with it. It's called BCI (Brain-Computer Interface).

-Jason Gammon

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