Navy Yard Gunman Had Complained He Was Victim of Ultra-Low Frequency Attacks

Aaron Alexis had complained to police that he was being targeted by disruptive mind control technologies:

FBI Releases Images from Navy Yard ShootingVia Kennebec Journal:

Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis left a note saying he was driven to kill by months of bombardment with extremely low-frequency radio waves, the FBI said Wednesday in a disclosure that explains the phrase he etched on his shotgun: “My ELF Weapon!”

Alexis did not target particular individuals during the Sept. 16 attack in which he killed 12 people, and there is no indication the shooting stemmed from any workplace dispute, said Valerie Parlave, assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Washington field office. Instead, authorities said, his behavior in the weeks before the shooting and evidence recovered from his hotel room, backpack and other belongings reveal a man increasingly in the throes of paranoia and delusions.

“Ultra-low frequency attack is what I’ve been subject to for the last 3 months, and to be perfectly honest that is what has driven me to this,” read an electronic document agents recovered after the shooting.

The attack came one month after Alexis had complained to police in Rhode Island that people were talking to him through the walls and ceilings of his hotel room and sending microwave vibrations into his body to deprive him of sleep.

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22 Comments on "Navy Yard Gunman Had Complained He Was Victim of Ultra-Low Frequency Attacks"

  1. Simon Valentine | Oct 4, 2013 at 4:52 pm |

    you know what they say in voodoo
    shit happens
    blame the mk ultra n00bs

    • MK Ultra was canceled and the CIA promised to play nice. So we can all rest assured that they are as good as their word and these types of programs are no longer a threat to anyone, much less unsuspecting US citizens. Right . . .

    • InfvoCuernos | Oct 4, 2013 at 10:17 pm |

      so you can write a post that pertains directly to the article at hand, remarkable!

      • Simon Valentine | Oct 5, 2013 at 8:57 am |

        it’s a result of proportional time
        being more busy and less bored
        like an energy beam that spreads out if it stays it place over time…

  2. Hmmmmmm…super hi tech attack on a lowly drone to create a false flag…

    …or, just throwing it out there, armed and unmedicated schizophrenic…the perfect storm combo for deadly hijinks.

    I’m gonna fall back on Occam’s Razor for this one.

    • InfvoCuernos | Oct 4, 2013 at 10:19 pm |

      That’s just what the Overlords want you to think! I’m pretty sure it was reptoids.

    • Monkey See Monkey Do | Oct 5, 2013 at 1:37 pm |

      Assuming an unmedicated schizophrenic leads them to a violent action isn’t really keeping with Occam’s Razor. (An unmedicated schizophrenic makes it more likely that they are the victim of violence though)

      • Calypso_1 | Oct 5, 2013 at 1:54 pm |

        It’s not so much the lack of potential for violence but the lack of initiative for planning. Now if you had a handler…..

      • Actually, Occam’s Razor is the removal of unlikely possibilities until the most likely remains.

        Vast nationwide conspiracy with hi-tech power melting brains until people attack…

        …or deeply disturbed person (of which this nation has a great many untreated) goes off. If the guy we throw out of the coffeehouse every week for muttering threats at strangers because the ray beams from the alien overlords are attacking him had easy access to firearms…I could see a similar scenario unfolding locally. I’ll grant you I’m in the camp of ‘it’s not the gun’s fault that this happened’…but I am in the evidence-based camp of ‘making guns easy for crazy people to get is a bad idea’ and plan to stay there.

        Occam’s Razor was made for questions like these.

        • Monkey See Monkey Do | Oct 6, 2013 at 12:52 am |

          Doesn’t mean all unmedicated schizophrenics act like that. Sounds like
          that case is paranoid schizophrenia in particular which can be more
          complicated but doesn’t necessarily mean violence. Much more likely to get killed by a gun from some alpha male, domineering type. Person with rage issues or crime of passion. etc etc.

          But I do get your point. I just think something needs to change with the lexicon in regards to mental illness. Every time someone acts out violently for deluded reasons they get the umbrella term schizophrenic applied to them. And all the others with the illness carry the burden and are stigmatized by that label.

    • kowalityjesus | Oct 5, 2013 at 3:43 pm |


  3. Dingbert | Oct 4, 2013 at 8:00 pm |

    Instead of taking gun rights away from the mentally ill, maybe we should be talking about taking away their conspiracy theory website rights.
    Disinfo excluded, of course.

    • Calypso_1 | Oct 5, 2013 at 1:58 pm |

      They don’t need conspiracy theories. I had a guy who’s Venus Flytrap was sending him mind control signals….via the planet Venus.
      Of course it could have been DARPA.

      • I kid you not…theres a lady here in town…total sweetheart on her meds…but if she misses a week or two…watch out. One week she went off on a bender and punched a cop, then accused the friends bailing her out of being allied secretly to the Nazi Alien Satanist Medical and Police Establishment who were all guilty of raping her child. Seriously…if that kid had had that many penises stuck in him his butthole would have looked like a bowl of spaghetti and he’d have walked with a limp for the rest of his life. The day she took the pills again…all that went away and she apologized to everyone for the outburst and assured them that she didn’t actually think they were screwing her kid.

        • Calypso_1 | Oct 6, 2013 at 2:37 pm |

          I see it all the time. Half the patients in any psych intensive care are frequent flyers (usually post-commitment) who have gotten off meds. You just stabilize & send them off w/ a long-acting injection & hope they report to a healthcare provider.

  4. Charlie Primero | Oct 5, 2013 at 7:50 am |

    Anybody know why they decided to jack this guy up? I always wait several weeks before looking at these things to give the media programming time to ramp down and pertinent details to emerge.

  5. Jeramy Lanning | Oct 5, 2013 at 12:00 pm |

    Not saying I believe Aaron’s delusions about being targeted by low frequency radio waves, but I have wondered about a few things. I haven’t read too much about his past except for Aaron being trigger happy on someones car, but was there any web history or did he own any books that would have him inclined to believe he was being targeted? Did he display any other signs of being a “conspiracy theorist”? One can speculate about the capabilities of CIA project MK ULTRA, but is the targeting of an individual with low frequency radio waves even possible?

    • It is absolutely possible.

      • Calypso_1 | Nov 2, 2013 at 2:25 pm |

        What size antenna?

        • How about the wiring in your house. I could generate some interesting harmonics and EMF fields without you knowing. You will eventually start developing various crippling ailments.

          When your are not physically well, then I could subject you to stalking and psychological warfare techniques until you become an alienated mall shooter.

          It is very easy because people think they have self worth and when you trivialize their lives, they become violently outraged or suicidal or both.

  6. I’ve heard stories that there was an ELF device deployed on the roof of the Federal Building in Downtown San Francisco since the 70’s, and that whenever they turn it on, the Tenderloin goes more nuts than usual.

    Seems plausible.

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