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Psychological Illnesses Due To Hidden Technologies! 50% of Them Have A College Degree watch

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    There are millions and millions of people who are experiencing various types of mental illnesses throughout the world and 1.1% of them are schizophrenics. Further, most common symptoms of schizophrenic patients are voice hearing and delusions. Following are some facts about voice hearing only, however, note that not every voice hearer is a mentally ill person.

    Searching the Internet, you will also find thousands and thousands of people complaining about a mind control technology that is being allegedly used by the NSA, which they call it as RNM or Remote Neural Monitoring, mainly these complaints are made by a group of people who call themselves as targeted individuals (TI’s). Most of the TI’s are also complaining that their thoughts are being broadcasts and this is a common phenomenon in schizophrenics as well.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_aK2LXvTgY - A clip from Brain Invader’s Documentary by Jesse Ventura According to their studied cases, over 50% of them have a college degree, over 12% of them have a post graduate degree. Therefore, any of you could become a victim of this technology, be aware of this and spread an awareness of this unethical work. You could be the next victim. You may read the entire article by following the link below,

    Any of you are you aware of this technology?
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