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Citizens Against Harmful Technology            Newsletter          February 14, 2016

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In This Issue
Sunday Conference Call
Linqstat: Microwave (RF) Protection for You
Why am I a Targeted Individual ?  The Real Truth
Frequency Warfare Versus Frequency Therapy
Video Review:  23 Mind Control Related Devices 1956-2003
ELIXIRS.COM: Aurum Metallicum
Improving Access to Mental Health Services
Sensors put intelligence in the smart grid
Book Review:  Gang Stalking Threat to Humanity
Artificial Intelligence & the Smart Grid Mesh Network
Why am I a Targeted Individual ?  The Real Truth
Please read this report so you will understand why you were put on a list to have your life ruined no matter where you go or what you do. This is a Very informative report on the structure & methodologies to rip people's lives apart. You may want to reconsider interacting with Any alphabet agencies because there is a rogue factor in everyone of them. We have been infiltrated & the tax payers are unknowingly footing the bill. Is alternative media attacked fro printing the truth. Yes, we are.
Frequency Warfare Versus Frequency Therapy
Because of my research on frequency therapy in the 90's to get rid of Lyme disease & genetically altered Mycoplasma's (false diagnosed as Fibromyalgia & CFS), I learned a lot about beneficial frequencies to help us get through life's challenges. Realizing that everything on our planet is vibrating at some frequency, I started to experiment with frequencies that can improve your state of mind. I figure since we are being stimulated with frequencies to cause bad affects, we may as well use good frequencies to counteract what is being done to us.
Solfeggio frequencies:
Solfeggio frequencies: 852 Hz is used to return spiritual order. 396 Hz is used for liberating guilt & fear. 417 Hz is used to undo situations and facilitate change. 528 Hz is used for DNA repair, transformation & miracles. 639 Hz is used for connecting & relationships. 741 Hz is used for awakening & intuition. There are many other Sofeggio related frequencies that do a lot of good things for us.
Through the ages mankind has tried many methods of creating musical scales. The Solfeggio notes or scale was used during the middle ages; apparently only the whole tones were used. The harmonics of this scale connected the listener to the spiritual realm and thus was greatly beneficial to mankind. It is said that when some monks sang the various hymns, they levitated. I have personally seen this phenomenon in some footage of the Tibetan monks. Apparently mankind was benefiting too much and the forces that be curtailed the use of the Solfeggio frequencies. Dr. Joseph S. Puleo rediscovered the intonation of these long lost Solfeggios, and published a book with Dr. Leonard G. Horrowitzwhich included much about these musical notes. The book is called Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse. To confuse matters more during the last 400 years the " standard pitch was different for various city orchestras, and when a standard was set, that standard was changed to purposely get people away from the empowering Solfeggios that were found in music with proper tuning. This brief introduction is to let you know we are (and have been) in a frequency based war for a long time. It is now time to claim your God Given Rights to Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness. Below you will find a page on you tube that you can listen or download the Solfeggio frequencies. I will verify the accuracy of these frequencies & make a CD for people to have for their own frequency therapy at home.
There is also 2 frequency lists in the links below to show you the capabilities of frequencies therapeutically. Knowledge is power.

Since the TI community is obviously being affected in bad ways with frequencies, we can use good frequencies to counteract what they do to make people feel helpless & hopeless let alone affect body functions.
Apply this therapy & report your findings on our conference call.
Video Review:  23 Mind Control Related Devices 1956-2003
ELIXIRS.COM: Aurum Metallicum
Aurum Met is useful to lift depression, despair, and lack of confidence. Aurum Met is useful for depression following traumatic events that cause loss of self-worth, moodiness, sadness, feelings of self-destructiveness, and apathy in work, hobbies, etc.
Aurum Met is beneficial for circulatory concerns such as blood pressure. Blood pressure from stress, work, anxiety.
Aurum Met is used for relief of depression, anxiety, and stress. Physical symptoms that worsen from emotions. Sensitivity to pain, cold, yet better with fresh air. Use Aurum Met as an add on therapy for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder / PTSD, and hypervigilance. John of Placerville, CA writes in his testimonial of how Aurum Met helps to "even out irritability, anxiety, and moodiness".
Aurum Met is from the mineral gold, particularly known for its emotional benefits for people suffering from a profound loss of self-worth, where everything is perceived through a veil of worthlessness and hopelessness.
Aurum Met is used return self worth and sense of safety in one's environment.
Aurum Met can be used as an adjunct therapy guilt complex, melancholy, vascular hypertensive erethism, palpitations with congestive flushing in the head and chest.
Aurum Met is useful in emotional situations that are worse from alcohol or substance abuse.
The Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica lists under Aurum Met, "...Nostalgia, hopeless, feels that all is against her, the least contradiction excites his wrath." Causes are listed as grief, anger, disappointed love.
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Improving Access to Mental Health Services
February 9, 2016
By: Kana Enomoto, Acting Administrator, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
The President’s FY 2017 Budget proposes new investments to increase access to mental health care.  As part of his January announcement of new Executive Actions to reduce gun violence and make our communities safer, the President announced that his Fiscal Year 2017 Budget would propose $500 million in new investments to increase access to mental health care. The President’s announcement builds on the Administration’s efforts over several years to increase access to mental health services.
The Affordable Care Act has expanded behavioral health coverage for millions of Americans in three critical areas.  The law ends insurance company discrimination based on pre‐existing conditions.  It requires coverage of mental and substance use disorder services in the Health Insurance Marketplace. It also expands behavioral health parity. As a result, more than 60 million Americans have better coverage for, and improved access to, mental health and substance abuse services.
The Now is the Time initiative launched by the President and the Vice President in 2013 has expanded access to training and supports to help teachers and others learn the signs and symptoms of mental health issues and connect young people to treatment.  It has also expanded our federal investments in training the behavioral healthcare workforce, so that we can support more mental and substance use disorder treatment providers in communities across the country.
Yet, more work is needed to ensure that families can access the care they need.  Only about half of children and less than half of adults with diagnosable mental disorders get the treatment they need. Despite the expansion of behavioral health coverage through the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act and the Affordable Care Act, we must do more. That’s why the President’s Fiscal Year 2017 Budget proposes $500 million in a new two-year mandatory funding initiative to improve access to mental health services.  The Administration understands the need and is answering the call.
The new initiative will:
  • Expand the number of states participating in the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic demonstration. This program builds on a bipartisan proposal in Congress and will increase access to community-based mental and substance use disorder services in six more States across the country;
  • Increase access to early intervention programs that address serious mental illness in order to avoid delays in the identification and treatment of serious mental illness that can result in poorer health outcomes;
  • Expand the behavioral health workforce in underserved communities by supporting additional scholarships and loan repayment for mental health professionals who practice in the areas of the country that need them most;
  • Focus interventions on preventing suicide that will reduce key risk factors for suicide and increase referral and treatment for suicidal behavior, and
  • Enhance behavioral health services in Indian Country, including support for new specialized crisis response staffing and more behavioral health providers in American Indian communities.
The Administration is committed to increasing access to mental health services to protect the health and well-being of our children and communities.  And this new funding initiative builds on a $280 million increase in the Budget to expand on the ongoing work of the Administration to respond to mental health needs in communities across the country by helping to ensure that the behavioral health care system works for everyone, expand service and workforce capacity, and engage individuals with serious mental illness in care. We look forward to working with Congress to implement the President’s proposal.

Sensors put intelligence in the smart grid


Sensors put intelligence in the smart grid
An energy grid that can adjust itself doesn’t work well without transducers that can monitor conditions in real time.
Aug 1, 2012 Roger Allan | EEG

One way smart grid meters can send information back to utilities is through power-line communication schemes that superimpress data on ac power lines. Among the chips implementing this scheme is the STMicroelectronics ST75xx STarGRID series of PLC silicon-on-chip (SoC) ICs. They are already being used in smart meters installed in Italy and Spain.
The road to the smart grid is paved with sensors. Or at least that is the impression you might get if you listen to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). A smart grid isn’t much good unless it knows a lot about real-time conditions in homes, offices, and manufacturing plants. So ACEEE thinks a systems level approach using innovative sensors and controls is the way to go. In manufacturing plants alone, it figures such measures can save some 2 to 14% of energy used.
All in all, taking advantage of currently available information and communications technologies would let the U.S. reduce its energy use by about 12 to 22%, says ACEEE. But the kind of approach the organization envisions “is not your father’s device-driven approach to energy efficiency,” says R. Neal Elliot, ACEEE associate director for research. “System efficiency opportunities produce energy savings that dwarf component-based efficiency improvements by an order of magnitude,” he adds.
ACEEE has a time table for how to expects efficiency intelligence to evolve .Click on image to enlarge.
What Elliot means is that optimizing the efficiency of, say, your water heater, refrigerator, and other appliances can only advance the energy equation so far. Knowing how to orchestrate the operation of energy consuming devices is where the big gains are likely to come from. And the only way to get the information necessary for making informed decisions is through more sophisticated sensors.
Motors are just one example. They consume half the electricity in the U.S. Efficiency standards for integral horsepower induction motors in the past few years have pushed their mandated efficiency levels to the 95% range and higher. There have also been improvements in the smaller motors powering pumps, compressors, and household appliances. But the cost of drive circuits able to run motors in energy efficient ways has been high because the necessary electronic devices have been costly. This situation has begun to change. For example, Semiconductor IC manufacturers like STMicroelectronics have targeted motor control with drive electronics such as the SLIMM-nano (small low-loss intelligent module). It is basically a 3-A 600-V three-phase insulated-gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) inverter bridge driver for ac motors. It is said to improve efficiency by reducing power losses through an optimal layout and through the inclusion of such functions as a bootstrap diode, smart-shutdown capability, and sensing and protection circuitry.
Better sensors will give efficiency movements such as the Green Button Initiative an improved chance of success. Green Button promotes the idea that electricity customers should be able to securely download their own detailed household or building energy usage information from their utility website. The initiative is so-named because it allows people to see this information simply by clicking a green button on the utilities’ websites.
Here’s one reason why smart-grid sensing is a hot topic: Direct feedback of energy consumption in real time can significantly reduce the amount of electricity consumed in an average household, according to the American Council for An Energy Efficient Economy.Click on image to enlarge.
Ideally, consumers would be able to see how much electricity or energy they used every 15 minutes, every day, or every month depending on what their utility is able to make available. Other information Green Button foresees providing includes an hourly load profile for past billing periods plus current period to date, a fifteen minute load profile for the most recent 15 days, a daily load profile for the past month or year, gas and water usage profiles, and several other factors. Data would be made available in a common XML format.
Green Button also foresees this facility as promoting the rise of new energy efficiency industries such as entrepreneur-created web portals to analyze energy use and provide actionable tips. It as well may give rise to improved decision-support tools that facilitate energy efficiency retrofits and up-to-date measurement of energy efficiency investments. Other possibilities: services that provide energy costs for tenants and/or new home purchasers and show how to optimize renewable installations by, say, calculating the optimal size and pay-back for rooftop solar panels.
“The convergence of energy management and communication is letting companies get energy savings of 30% or more,” says Schneider Electric Vice President of Government Affairs Paul Hamilton. An example of the communication facilities that lead to such savings is that from AtSite Inc. The firm has hooked up with Panoramic Power in Israel to use the latter’s P3E energy management system. The system combines self-powered wireless sensors with a cloud-computing-based analytic platform. Key to the system are noninvasive, self-powered, miniature wireless current sensors. The sensors clamp on the electrical outgoing wire from the circuit breaker, harvesting the magnetic field as a power source for monitoring the flow of electricity and sending information about power use back to a computer. Panoramic Power says hundreds of sensors can be installed in a few hours with no disturbance of daily operations. Once installed, the sensors become part of the building infrastructure and never need maintenance, service, or battery replacement. Two sensor models can monitor ac current ranging from 0 to 63 A and 0 to 225 A.
AtSite finished testing the Panoramic power system earlier this year and has deployed it in numerous facilities including restaurants, supermarkets and retailers. Most recently, it began operation in the headquarters of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) in Washington, D.C.
The sensors in the Panoramic Power system are industrial grade. Residential consumers would likely benefit from scaled-down versions as an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) goes into place. Planners envision AMI empowering energy savings by measuring, collecting, and analyzing energy use through and communication with metering devices. But only if consumers get motivated to save energy by seeing real-time feedback, as provided by judiciously placed sensors. ACEEE estimates well-designed and implemented feedback programs for the U.S. residential sector might generate savings ranging from 0.4% to more than 8.4%.
With its embedded occupancy sensor, built-in Wi-Fi, machine learning and cloud computing platform, the Nest Learning Thermostat learns the user’s personal settings and schedules within a few days. The unit may look simple but acts smart, allowing automatic home energy savings based on home-owner preferences.
One complicating factor is that neither the communication schemes between smart meters and utilities nor those between the sensor and the smart meter have been standardized. Utilities in different parts of the world are taking different approaches. For example, power line communication (PLC) is one communication method. It impresses data onto ac lines at frequencies designed not to interfere with radio communications. The technique is controversial in the U.S. because of claims it interferes with amateur radio, but is less so outside North America. An example of products in that area is the STMicroelectronics ST75xx STarGRID series of PLC silicon-on-chip (SoC) ICs. Made using the company’s bipolar-CMOS-DMOS (BCD) process, it allows analog, digital and power circuits to reside on the same chip. The devices are being used in smart meters installed in Italy and Spain.
Smart meters may be able to communicate with utilities, but today, there is precious little information provided between the utility and the residential consumer. This is despite the availability of Internet tools like Google’s PowerMeter (now retired) and feedback programs from companies like Opower, which uses a web portal to supply home energy reports, and Efficiency 2.0 (recently acquired by energy software firm C3) which lets neighbors compare and kibitz about their energy consumption.
One way to save energy is to use less of it to begin with. In that regard, occupancy sensors are taking a more prominent role, though no one yet seems to be promoting the idea of hooking them into smart grid facilities. Already required by building codes in states that include California, these sensors turn off lights when no one is in a room or a defined area. They can mount on walls or ceilings.
Look for occupancy sensors to begin controlling more than just room lighting. Residential thermostats, most notably the Nest Learning thermostat, now incorporate occupancy sensors as a way of deciding when to adjust temperature up or down. So it is conceivable that other appliances or energy users could deploy them to implement low-energy operation modes.
And it seems likely the EPA may build use of power management functions -- such as occupancy sensors, proximity sensors, and timer functions -- into future versions of Energy Star TV specs. It specifically says, “EPA understands that manufacturers are developing and implementing innovative power management functions for televisions such as occupancy sensors, proximity sensors or timer functions. As additional information about these technologies becomes available, EPA is exploring ways to encourage use of such measures in Energy Star televisions. Therefore, EPA seeks additional information about these functions, their savings, and projected market presence.”
A typical occupancy sensor unit consists of a motion transducer, electronic control circuitry, and a controllable switch/relay. A built-in timer signals when to shut down after a set period of inactivity. Some units also incorporate a light sensor for cutting back power during daylight hours.
The P3E sensor series from Panoramic Power is an example of noninvasive, self-powered, miniature wireless current sensors that facilitate power monitoring use for smart grid functions. The sensors clamp on the electrical outgoing wire from the circuit breaker, harvesting the magnetic field as a power source for monitoring the flow of electricity while sending information back wirelessly.
Typical occupancy sensors can use several technologies. Infrared (IR) sensors may switch off after some time period of no activity in their IR beam; passive IR devices look for a difference between the IR signature of the room floor and a human. Ultrasonic sensors look for echoes; microwave sensors are handy for detecting movement outside a window as when occupants approach a building. And audio sensor types, as their name implies, note audible noise as an indication of an occupied room. Some of these sensors are specialized for specific room types such as bathrooms, hallways and stairwells.
Thermostats, of course, are the means of choice for controlling room temperature. Advanced thermostats with programmable heating and cooling are a disappointment from the standpoint of energy efficiency, however. The U.S. Dept. of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory looked at how people use programmable thermostats. LBNL found few people actually bother to program them though they have been around since the 1970s. In fact, programmable thermostats are so ineffective at reducing energy bills that EPA’s Energy Star program revoked the certification of all thermostats in 2009.
No one yet has floated the idea of hooking residential thermostats to the smart grid. The concept conjures up images of a “big brother” utility turning off the A/C on sweltering days. The closest modern thermostats come to being controlled from a remote facility is through Wi-Fi connections. Thermostats on store shelves today can include connections to home Wi-Fi that typically let the user get access to thermostat controls through a smart phone or similar mobile device.
It looks as though the more acceptable route to the control of heating and cooling for energy efficiency is to improve the thermostats themselves. On that score, recently developed thermostats try to make it easier to implement heating and cooling schedules that save energy by making these functions automatic. The prime example of the trend is the Nest Learning Thermostat. This device has built-in software that lets it learn from the occupants’ behavior patterns, preferences and surroundings to create a custom heating and cooling schedule.
The thermostat control routine is based on the temperatures the occupant sets. It learns the personal schedule of house occupants in about a week. At that point, users see a message informing them that no further tweaks are needed. The Nest device then starts automatically turning down heating or cooling when such measures seem to be acceptable. Users can of course override these decisions.
The occupancy sensor in the Nest is a part of an Auto-Away feature that detects when occupants have left. The Nest also provides an energy history available over its built-in Wi-Fi connection.


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Improving Building Performance. Reduce Energy Consumption By 20% With Little Or No Cost: A Guide to Energy Efficient Technologies, June 2012,
Greening The Dept. of the Interior,

Book Review:  Gang Stalking Threat to Humanity
by Dr. Corkin Chrubini
What if you had been singled out for an experimental mind control program without your knowledge? Would you even realize what was happening to you? Dr. Cherubini's book traces his own gradual discovery of his inclusion in what has been called "the most atrocious criminal program" the world has ever known. He wishes to educate others about this covert enterprise, because, left unchecked, it will surely erode what is left of American democracy.
Artificial Intelligence & the Smart Grid Mesh Network
Researchers at MIT have unveiled a major breakthrough in artificial intelligence: a low-power neural-network chip that consumes ten times less power than a mobile GPU. This means that smartphone-based AI tasks are much closer than you might think. Skynet has a new name, kids, and it’s Eyeriss.
The research around Eyeriss was presented at the recent International Solid State Circuits Conference in San Francisco, where the researchers noted: “In recent years, some of the most exciting advances in artificial intelligence have come courtesy of convolutional neural networks, large virtual networks of simple information-processing units, which are loosely modeled on the anatomy of the human brain.”
Convolutional neural networks are loosely modeled on the anatomy of the human brain.”
The researchers demonstrated the low-power chip performing a complex image recognition task – the first time a state-of-the-art neural network has been run on a custom chip. Eyeriss’ secret sauce is its energy-friendly nature. Consuming one-tenth of the power a standard mobile GPU requires, Eyeriss is a natural choice for mobile AI.
Soc ARM future
The secret to low-power AI
Eyeriss utilizes several tricks to keep power consumption to an absolute minimum. Unlike most GPUs, each of the 168 cores in Eyeriss has its own memory, so there is less need for time-consuming and power-hungry communication with a large central memory bank.
Data is compressed before being sent to a core for processing and a special delegation circuit gives each core the maximum amount of work it can handle without needing to access more data. Furthermore, each core in Eyeriss is able to communicate directly with its neighboring cores, so data can be shared locally rather than constantly routing through central memory.
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What Eyeriss means for mobile AI
Partially funded by DARPA, the research picks up on neural network research that was studied aggressively in the early days of AI research in the 70s and then largely dropped. Neural nets were typically seen as being too power-hungry for use in mobile applications, but as the researchers claim, Eyeriss “is useful for many applications, such as object recognition, speech, face detection” and could be used to usher in the Internet of Things.
When an Eyeriss chip is installed in a smartphone, it will negate the need to send data to the cloud for high-power processing of AI algorithms, improving speed, security and the need for a Wi-Fi or data connection. Complex AI tasks will be able to be processed locally, brining machine learning to your handheld device.
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