Direct-to-Brain Windows and Remote Neuron Reading and Writing


There are many public clues that remote neuron reading and writing go far back in history- even as far back as the 1300s as crazy as that sounds.

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Earliest possible remote neuron reading. (from William Byrd's 1589 song, and from the prevalence of "10" relating to neuron reading.


William Byrd's "Songs of Sundrie Natures" is the earliest evidence I have yet found for neuron reading.
Byrd writes: "Your minde is light", and "the Sunne with his beames", "we were out and he was in"
Byrd's song ends with "Two dayes before it was begoonne" which may imply that two centuries before 1589 - which would be 1389 is the origin of remote neuron reading- that is seeing eye and thought-images in infrared and/or radio light. But also - the understanding that everything is made of light. This song also contains the word "gravitie" 100 years before Newton.

One version
Music of song
Another version with typos
All I can say is that it becomes somewhat easier over time to recognize the language of those who receive direct-to-brain windows- even though the excluded never actually hear it out loud. 1500 or even 1200 for that matter seem like a ridiculously long time ago, and are viewed as a stone age to most people - but knowing that remote neuron reading and writing is easily 200 years old - you can see that wealthy people who developed this technology could have simply kept it to themselves - and viewed poor and middle-income people (those who must work for money) with very little concern. Now, in the 2000s, clearly many poor people receive direct-to-brain windows but the poor may have been excluded for centuries- and most poor, middle and even some wealthy humans still are completely unaware and may fill some sadistic, abusive, and highly sexually pleasing entertainment purpose for those who do distribute and receive direct-to-brain windows.

1678 CE
AD Isaac Newton uses word "Spectrum" to describe the image on the wall from light passed through a prism. (Specter is latin for ghost, what Newton thought the blurry image looked like).
1678 CE

Jan Swammerdam contracts a frog leg muscle using two different metals.

It may be that the exponential organized (government-military-university) secret research into remote neuron reading and writing - none of which gets published - starts around this time - from 1600-1700 CE. If true, then almost all science after here - Galvani, Joe Henry reporting radio in 1820, Heinrich Hertz, etc. is actually probably neuron consumers publishing old findings, or excluded re-inventing secret findings of the past.

Although, very minor, a hint that there were "insiders" and "outsiders" at this time can be found in a 1980 book "Norton Anthology of Western Music" which states of Henry Purcell's opera "Dido and Aeneas": "...It was first performed in 1689 by the pupils at a girl's boarding school in Chelsea, a suburb of London, with a few outsiders probably pressed into service for the men's parts. ...".

1783 CE
Luigi Galvani makes a frog leg muscle move using electricity by putting the frog leg in between one plate of copper and one plate of tin. THis will lead to the first electric battery, and the remote moving of muscles by photon beam.

1785 CE
Henry Cavendish uses the phrase "to throw great light on the subject" in his famous paper in which air is shown to be a mixture of gases, not a single element.
It's minor, but in epochal papers many times there are iconic phrases used. There is a double-meaning on "throw light on the subject" (subject as topic, and as subject of a monarchy, and light thrown on a subject and on a person- as in remote neuron writing).
Henry Cavendish, "Experiments on Air.", Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (1776-1886), Volume 75 - 1785, 372-384 Henry Cavendish, "Experiments On Air", Philosophical Transactions, Vol 74, 1784, pp119-153.
1800 CE
William Herschel [made tremendous contributions to science mostly in astronomy] did experiment measuring temperature using a thermometer in various parts of main star spectrum, finds that invisible part past color red heats thermometer highest. This is the first recorded description of light with infrared frequency.
10/24/1810 CE
Wollaston may be where the famous story "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" of 1886 originates from. This story is about a doctor that has 2 sides, and a drug switches him back and forth. While in evil form he murders a person. The theme of a person living a secret second life is a good analogy to the secret of seeing eyes and the camera-thought network.

1816 CE
Joseph Niepce makes first publicly known photograph.
1825 CE
The heat from nerves is measured by English surgeon Everard Home.
1827 CE
Harrison Gray Dyar makes an electric dot printer, electricity passes through litmus paper causing a red dot to be printed on paper.

Also in this year Ampere's famous paper in which current carrying wires move each other, contains a sentence using the words (in French) "suggest" and "muscle contraction" which is evidence that people had already figured out how to remotely trigger individual neurons to fire.
1832 CE
An article in the early days of the American Journal of Science uses a lot of keywords in talking about Nobili and Melloni using a thermo-multiplier to detect heat.
Isn't it unusual to see "Belloni", an apparent typo of "Melloni"- and how there is an apparent double meaning in modern terms because of "Bell" which relates to Alexander Graham Bell and the Bell telephone company, and "Bologna" which can mean a deception, lie, fraud, etc. but can also relate to one of the earliest universities and centers for science in Italy- the U of Bologna. But Bell doesn't patent a telephone until 1876 - so that is unusual. Perhaps the Bell family had a long tradition in remote neuron reading and writing microscopic communication devices. How about "appreciate"- with the double meaning on how people are virtual addicts of d2b who appreciate even the tiniest d2bw thought-hearing and seeing service, and "pre-she-ate" perhaps relating also to how they may see poor women murdered and the murderers go unpunished- already in 1831- isn't that shocking?

See the full article at:
"New instruments for measuring heat", American Journal of Science and Arts, Volume 22, 1832, p370-

1846 CE
John Thomas Perceval, son of murdered Prime Minister of England Spencer Perceval, was apparently excluded, had some kind of outburst, and was held in 2 psychiatric buildings for about 4 years. After being released Perceval published two books (1838,1840), and spent his life working to grant people locked in hospitals better protection against wrongful confinement and medical experiments; safeguards on invasive treatment without consent; abolition of private asylums; greater rights for patients; more say for patients in decisions about their treatment; a better class of attendants in asylums; freedom of correspondence for patients; and greater involvement of clergy in asylums.- Basic freedoms which are still not granted to modern people event today. I have lumped all my views into "consent-only health care"- people are still electrocuted involuntarily, held for years without any trial, without any charge, without any sentence, tied to tables with 4-point restraints (Perceval states this in his book too) with less room to move than a dog on a leash.
Perceval later found a mate and they had 4 daughters together. Apparently Perceval was also later included, and a became a regular receiver of direct-to-brain windows, because like many classical English wordsmiths, he drops numerous hints in his writings. Or perhaps Perceval was always a receiver of d2b windows, or somehow figured it out as a lifelong excluded - either way - he clearly hints and uses double-meaning words to promote the "end the neuron lie" platform.
For example:
On 11/27/1846 Perceval writes in the Visitors' Book of Bethlem Hospital:
"Amongst the most painful of these circumstances was the constant sight of heavy bars to my window, ...I think the Committee might safely remove these bars, and substitute windows with small sashes in iron frames-or adopt in some cases, the plan pursued in many private asylums, of having Venetian blinds to the windows. ...". Note the double meaning of "bars to my window" - like something barring the way to receiving direct-to-brain windows - even then in 1846 they were called "windows" - long before Windows 3.1 or X-Windows. Note also "blinds to the window" - those who don't get d2b windows are many times referred to as the "blind".
"...I consider that society or the Legislature, who shut up patients not only for their own benefit ... but for the benefit of society as well . . . in a manner are compelled, in doing so, to violate the liberty of the subject...". We all recognize "shut up" from the modern Nazi movement - most clearly demonstrated by sources like Fox News. Here, notice again, "shut up" has multiple meanings - being locked up, but also shutting up about talking about direct-to-brain windows and the neuron secret- then at the ripe old age of perhaps 500 years. It's obvious that the owners of the neuron technology, want to preserve their monopoly on thought images, sounds and information- there is no possibility of shutting up your information circulating around their eyes- but plenty of chance of their info being shut off from your eyes. Also, the idea that the psych establishment is used to shut up or lessen the popularity of people with views contrary to those in power.
Other hints are minor but "That he knew all my thoughts, ..." and "my necessities, were not once consulted, I may say, thought of." - note "I may say" - like he does or does not have permission to reveal some information. Later he writes "I cannot say ...".
Szasz, Thomas (editor) (1975 (1973)). The Age of Madness: A History of Involuntary Mental Hospitalization Presented in Selected Texts. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd. ISBN 0710079931.

William Huggins uses the word "remote" prominently as the last word in the second paragraph of this famous paper, the first to describe the spectral lines of nebulae, and that they are different from those of stars being sparse and representative of gases. This use of the keyword "remote" in a "famous first" scientific paper is probably not coincidence and indicates that remote neuron reading and writing was probably common by 1864 (more than 100 years before many of us were even born). Here is the paper:
William Huggins, William Allen Miller, "On the Spectra of Some of the Nebulae. By William Huggins, F.R.A.S. A Supplement to the Paper 'On the Spectra of Some of the Fixed Stars William Huggins F.R.A.S., and W. A. Miller, M.D., LL.D., Treas. and V.P.P.S."', Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (1776-1886), Volume 154, 1864, p437-444 (and plate 10). AND

1869 CE
Very early evidence of neuron reading and writing can be seen in the 01/30/1869 letter by one "J.T.K." to the Editor of "The Spectator". This paper contains numerous word plays and hints about how neuron reading and writing is used to trick women into sex, trick men into doing violence, unusual activities that make them appear "insane", how letters are put together to spell words, and many other hints. Note that this is before Hertz.
Knowles writes:

The only reason we know that this is James Knowles, for whom no portrait can be found is from this article 30 years later: Wireless Telegraphy and "Brain Waves"
In this article the mysterious codeword "Potter" appears again confirming clearly that "Potter" means something - maybe a person who discovered neuron reading or writing-just like Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde in many telepathy stories must refer to William Hyde Wollaston. This article is highly recommended reading for the excluded outsider - there are numerous descriptions and hints about what the insiders see in their eyes - in particular the neuron writing "suggesting" abuses done to outsiders.
1873 CE
James Maxwell recognizes all frequencies of light are part of 1 spectrum?
1875 CE
Earliest known "direct neuron reading" (the electricity in nerve cells measured)(verify)[1] and the earliest published recording of sensory evoked electric potentials measured on the brain.[2]
(note in the reporting of the report "...we reproduce it here..." unlike the excluded who are mostly prevented from reproducing anything other than the lies written on their brains.

[1] Richard Caton, "The Electric Currents of the Brain", British Medical Journal, 1875, V2, p278.
[2] Emmanuel Donchin, "Average Evoked Potentials Methods, Results and Evaluations", NASA, 1969
1876 CE
Alexander Graham Bell invents the telephone, and in doing this invents the microphone, and speaker. Some time after this, the Bell company will install microphones into the rooms of those with phone service. Perhaps at first it will start as a request from the military, and possibly police to just monitor supposed criminals, and branch to their associates, and them eventually, when the phone company, electric company, major media and others see the value of looking inside people's houses and heads, entire neighborhoods and cities will be wired with microphones, cameras, thought seeing-hearing-and sending devices, and lasers.
You have to think about it for a second. Images and microphone data are probably mainly sent by wire because initially there is no wireless, and then wireless does not guarantee the privacy of wired. And so when you are talking about sending images and sound data from hidden cameras and microphones inside people's houses, what wires are available to send those images to a headquarters and storage facility? There are only two wires in everybody's house (before cable which is a third), the telephone, and the electricity. Those are the only ways that any image or sound data can be moved from out of a house (although there is wireless encryption, and no doubt some of the camera-thought net is wireless and scrambled). It only leaves the phone and electric companies as the main culprit in putting cameras and microphones, thought hearing cameras, lasers, in everybody's houses, sending the data over their telephone lines (and on the streets perhaps the street lights, with a few cameras, microphones, and lasers in each). So, figuring out who runs the camera thought net, at least, at the hardware level is simple: it's the phone company and power company, AT&T and GE, Alexander Bell and Tom Edison.
1881 CE
Shelford Bidwell sends and prints photographic images electronically using selenium cells. This is both a fax and photocopier - although apparently only working in black and white.
1885 CE
The Pickerings, famous Bostonian astronomers of Harvard publish information about thought-transfer- I haven't checked yet to see if they mention anything about technologically-assisted thought transfer like Crookes did in 1887- probably they were D2B consumers- but could have been excluded:
Pickering, Edward Charles. "Possibility of Errors in Scientific Researches, Due to Thought-Transference." Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research 1 (1885).

Thomas Edison describes the first publicly known sending and receiving of text message by light particles (wireless). Edison patent 465,971, "Means for transmitting signals electrically"
1887 CE
Heinrich Hertz publicly explains "electrical resonance" (allows specific ranges of frequencies of light particle beams to be filtered). This greatly popularizes the idea of particle (wireless) communication. Many people wrongly credit Hertz with inventing radio communication - Hertz' big contribution was going public with tuning in specific frequencies by electrical resonance and publicizing radio as a method of communication. It seems likely that Hertz, like Philip Reiss, the first to go public with the telephone, may have been murdered for his telling the public about secret technology.

William de Wiveleslie Abney is the first to invent a photographic material (emulsion, a mixture of 2 chemicals) that works for infrared light (the silver compound turns black when contacted with light particles with infrared spacing). This is a key point on the development to Pupin seeing what a brain's eyes see in addition to the thought screen that most species with brains have. Asimov has no less than 3 "mip" (Michael I Pupin) phrases in his paragraph on Abney.
1889 CE

Alexander Graham Bell is in business connecting people's houses with wires and telephones. Does AT&T start to record the phone call signals on their wires at this early date?
1889 CE
William Friese-Greene describes capturing photographs from the eye, and hypothesizes about capturing images from the eye from behind the eye. William Friese-Greene, "Photographs Made with the Eye", Photographic Times, 1889. (and see movie "The Magic Box")

John Jacob Astor IV (a wealthy member of the famous Astor family who died on the HMS Titanic) publishes "A Journey in Other Worlds: A Romance of the Future" which has numerous hints about RNRAW and D2BW. For example this part on page 321: '"I wonder," thought Ayrault, "on which hand we shall be placed in that last day."

"The classification is now going on," said the spirit, answering his thought, "and I know that in the final judgment each individual will range himself automatically on his proper side."

"Do tell me," said Ayrault, "how you were able to answer my thought."

"I see the vibrations of the grey matter of your brain as plainly as the movements of your lips; in fact, I see the thoughts in the embryonic state taking shape."'

1895 CE
Wilhelm Roentgen reports on finding of x-rays, to his great credit, he refuses to patent.
1897 CE
William Crookes states publicly that x-rays could be possibly used in the science of telepathy, in addition to dropping numerous hints.
Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research vol 12, 1897, p338.
Crookes writes: "...It seems to me that in these rays {xrays} we may have a possible mode of transmitting intelligence, ...Let it be assumed that these rays, or rays even of higher frequency, can pass into the brain and act on some nervous centre there. ... In this way some, at least, of the phenomena of telepathy, and the transmission of intelligence from one ... to another through long distances, seem to come into the domain of law..."
1899 CE
James Knowles reprints his "Brain-Waves: A Theory" article with a preface, and reveals his name as the original author of the 1869 article. Wireless Telegraphy and "Brain Waves"
The book "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" may be a metaphor for the confrontation that occurs when the public finally sees and uncovers all of the lies, tricks, and deceptions of those who own and control RNRAW, but it also serves as a metaphor for the public becoming wise to the lies of religions and religious authority, like Popes, Priests, Televangelists, etc. The book is made into a major movie in 1939 which has the iconic phrase “pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!”, which, probably by no coincidence includes the letters “att” in using the word “attention”.
L. Frank Baum, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz", 1900.
1901 CE
William Rollins kills guinea pig with light particles in xray frequency
1903 CE
Edison makes first moving film "The Great Train Robbery"
1904 CE


Sascha (Alexander) Schneider (1870-1927)
1904; Photogravure
L. Schmidt, Bamberg

Schneider was a homosexual German painter who made the above paintings. Homosexuality is very likely a common excuse to exclude people, and perhaps not surprisingly, many D2B suggestions on excluded are to do homosexual activities. Notice that similar to looking at a bright light with the eyes closed, light can be drawn to the eye and seen even when the eye lid is shut. In addition, after staring at a bright window shade, and then closing the eye and turning away, the image of the blinds and the window stays on the thought screen for a few seconds. Note too that the hooded figure may be a theme to depict the neuron writers throughout the long history of those in the secret club of neuron reading and writing.

I don't know the date or title of this painting by Schneider.

1909 CE
Earliest evidence of neuron reader and writer devices that are microscopic in size: M. Jean Perrin talks about dust particles and uses the word "thought" twice in one paragraph - statistically unlikely to be coincidence. This is in a famous paper about the Brownian motion implying that molecules are real objects and supporting an atomic view of the universe. translated in English by Soddy: M. Jean Perrin, "Brownian Movement and Molecular Reality", 1909.
1911 CE
Charles H. Ames puts forward the theory that most of human thinking is of images, and supports the theory that space and time are infinite as opposed to the theory of curved space applying to the universe.
Ames, C. H., "Are Space and Time Infinite? The Affirmative Answer", Popular Astronomy, vol. 19, 01/1911, pp.31-35.

Then he was probably galvanized a few months later on 09/09/1911 at age 64:
School Science and Mathematics Association, School Science and Mathematics Association (U.S.), and Central Association of Science and Mathematics Teachers (U.S.). School Science and Mathematics. School Science and Mathematics Association., 1911.

Hugo Gernsback (CE 1884-1967), publishes the earliest known explicit public description of a machine that records the internal sounds a brain produces (the Menograph), in addition to a machine that writes (plays) a sound recording directly inside the brain, in his June 1911 "Modern Electrics" magazine as part of the story "Ralph 124C 41 +".
Here is the source:
Hugo Gernsback, "Ralph 124C 41 +", "Modern Electrics", Modern Electrics Publication, New York, Vol. 4, No. 3, June 1911. Taken from "Modern Electrics", Volume 3-4, Jan-Dec 1911, p165-168.

1912 CE
William Lawrence Bragg shows that the spreading out of the spectrum from "diffraction" gratings can be explained as being due to the reflection of material particles.
Bragg, W.L. The Diffraction of Short Electromagnetic Waves by a Crystal. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1913: 17, pp. 43-57.
see also:
William Lawrence Bragg, "The Specular Reflection of X-rays.", Nature, vol 90, num 2250, 12/12/1912, p410.

1919 CE

The magazine "Electrical Experimenter", published by Hugo Gernsback, displays this image in May 1919. Ten years later the Syracuse Herald will run a copy of this image (see below).

June The Syracuse Herald features an article "This Machine Records All Your Thoughts"

(for more info see: and and
This digital image is public domain based on the Bridgeman Art Library v. Corel Corp. decision of 1999)

Hugo Gernsback
1922 George Emory Hale uses the word "render" in "The New Heavens" which is one of many historical keywords to indicate that in 1922, the neuron reading and writing owners are modeling humans in 3D in real-time. Probably by this time, the shape and location of most humans in developed nations are stored and tracked by the phone companies and governments of major nations.
1924 Michael Pupin publishes the book "From Immigrant To Inventor", which includes many hints. In partciular, one hint that his "memory had been wiped clean", is strong evidence that neuron activation had been invented by 1924. Michael Pupin uses the word "latent"- some people are "late" to receive direct-to-brain windows. Pupin is quoted saying: "Where are those one hundred million dollars which the invention has saved?" Pupin asked. "I know that not even a microscopic part of them is in the pockets of the inventor. I have figured out also, with the same accuracy with which I once figured out the invention, that those hundred million dollars are not in the pockets of the telephone company. They must be, therefore, in the pockets of the American public. The invention made it possible to provide the telephone service, which is now being given, at a lower rate than would otherwise have been possible." "one hundred million dollars" may relate to the frequency of light that images the eyes see and those generated by the brain can by easily seen with, by an array tuned in to 100 Megahertz (or 100 million light particles per second), this corresponds (by the equation c=fw, w=3e8m/s / 1e8 = 3meters) to a wavelength around 3 meters which is about 10 times larger than the length of the two-hands-apart gesture of many insider people (I estimate to be around 30cm - see subway video below). "Microscopic" probably relates to the size of these camera and microphone transmitters, but I can only guess. Many popular people are cheated out of money people pay to see them and their thought-screen - it all goes to AT&T.
This 1927 image of a thought-image, is the earliest image of a thought-image (cartoon or other-wise) that I have yet been able to find. Please help me to find any earlier thought images- it is a pretty exciting scavenger hunt, because, almost certainly, such images are clear evidence that thought-images were already being captured at that time!

AT&T releases the movie "That Little Big Fellow", a movie that contains a picture of a thought-screen. This is clear evidence that neuron reading and writing was developed by 1927.
See full video
Other AT&T videos:

"Mickey Mouse" is shown publicly. This is evidence for neuron reading and writing as early as 1928. These two or three circles or ovals may represent a direct-to-brain front microcamera+eye screen+thought screen configuration - and this may be a standard picture that many neuron-addicted consumers see when looking at other humans.
Seeing these two circles in their most common position - as if looking at a black haired main with thought and eye screen - must have given relief to those in the know - those neuron consumers. They must have thought, after WW1 and all the neuron abuse and lies they saw - "now here is some hope - seeing eyes and ears will probably go public within 10 years...". But how wrong and inaccurate that false hope has proven to be. Ownership of neuron writing, perhaps by its nature, has caused a shocking stagnation that persists - like religious myths - for possibly thousands of years.
Note that "MM" has a lot of significance as an abbreviation for "mass murder", "muscle mover", "muscle molestation", the upside-down WW of "William Wollaston".
Popular Science prints an article titled "Is Telepathy All Bunk?"

E. C. Segar's "Thimble Theatre" (preceded his famous "Popeye" cartoons) clearly shows thought images. The first was 09/18/1928 of a log being sawed (traditionally to represent somebody sleeping- so probably this thought image pre=dates Segar's work)

Here is another on 11/14/1928, again of a log being sawed:

another very clear thought image, a week later, on 11/19/1928, a thought image with three people and a cross-shaped dagger:

(copied from "Segar, E C, and Kim Thompson. E.C. Segar's Popeye. Seattle, WA: Fantagraphics Books, 2006. Print. pp10,18-19.")
Segar died very early at the age of 43 from Liver disease- might Segar have been murdered for his comic writing ratting?

Electric potentials (voltages) of the electric currents in the brain measured publicly, electrical oscillations of human brain identified.
Hans Berger (CE 1873-1941), German psychiatrist applies electrodes to the human skull which are connected to an oscillograph which records the changes in electric potential (voltage). Berger labels "alpha" and "beta" waves. From this electroencephalography will be created, which will be useful in diagnosing epilepsy.

Isaac Asimov states that the growing understanding electroencephalography will serve as a guide to the fine workings of the nervous system.

(Was Berger excluded from neuron reading and writing? If yes, then it shows a large amount of insight to understand the value of interpretting the electric currents of the brain and nervous system, or if no, and included receiving at least videos in his eyes, then Berger is more of a conduit of science information from the insiders to the excluded public.)

(What kind of amplifier does Berger use to measure such small voltages? Currently a specialized low-offset voltage amplifier is necessary.)

(Even today, this comparatively primitive encephelograph telenology is viewed as state of the art, and is being sold for use in video games as a new and modern device - where humans control objects by relaxing and tensing their mind, or using different parts of their mind, very far from the modern neuron reading and writing.[6])

(Explain alpha and beta frequencies - where must electrodes be placed to measure them?)

(It may be that just as the electric current in a computer is run by an oscillator in the form of a crystal chip, so it may be that there is a clock in the human brain that syncronizes human thought without which thoughts, decisions, and actions such as muscle movements would not move forward. So in this sense, Berger would be the first to publicly identify at least one of these nervous sytem clocks. What causes these electrical oscillations? In electronics an inductor and capacitor can create an oscillation but a transistor is needed to keep it from dissipating.)

First public description of a handheld ray weapon "The Black Star Passes", by John W. Campbell.

The famous "muckracker" Upston Sinclair publishes "Mental Radio" about telepathy. The German version has a preface written by Albert Einstein. Like the 1934 "Extra Sensory Perception" by Joseph Banks Rhine, William McDougall of Duke University writes a preface. McDougall writes: "...are grossly stupid, incompetent and careless persons or have deliberately entered upon a conspiracy to deceive the public in a most heartless and reprehensible fashion." and " furnishes us no good reasons for denying that its activity may affect another mind in some fashion utterly obscure to us ... For we do seem to know with very fair completeness the possibilities of influence extending from the printed word to the experimenter; and under the conditions all such possibilities seem surely excluded. ...".
Sinclair writes: "TELEPATHY, or mind-reading: that is to say, can one human mind communicate with another human mind, except by the sense channels ordinarily known and used-seeing, hearing, feeling, tasting and touching? Can a thought or image in one mind be sent directly to another mind and there reproduced and recognized? If this can be done, how is it done? Is it some kind of vibration, going out from the brain, like radio broadcasting?"

More E. C. Segar early thought images:



The last one, hints that E. C. Segar himself may have received a dream where a person was chasing him with a knife. I recently was sent a similar dream (around 5/2016)- and such violent dream movies are common in the dim age we live in- for example in one dream a 3D model of my Mom was shooting a gun at me. This image is evidence that the same violent criminals were sending similar kinds of dream movies way back in 1930- more than 85 years ago!


"The Deseret News" publishes an article with the above image in which Nikola Tesla is quoted as saying: "I expect to photograph thoughts" . In a 07/11/1934 New York Times article Tesla talks about a death ray that can destroy planes and kill people without leaving a trace , and in another article on 07/11/1935 rejects the theory of relativity as being "a mass of error and deceptive ideas violently opposed to the teachings of great men of science of the past and even to common sense." . Three articles: Carol Bird, "Tremendous NEW POWER soon to be released", The Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah, 9/9/1933.,2324471
"Tesla, at 78, Bares New 'Death-Beam'", New York Times, July 11, 1934, p. 18, c. 1
"Tesla, 79, Promises to Transmit Force", New York Times, July 11, 1935, p 23, c.8


Joseph Banks Rhine coins the phase "Extra-sensory perception" (ESP) in his book:
Extra-sensory Perception"
Like Upton Sinclair's "Mental Radio" of 1930, William McDougall of Duke University writes a foreward. McDougall writes: "..the author...will pardon my intrusion on his privacy. ...Indeed in this age when we erect monuments to the boll-weevil, send up prayers for drought, pest and plague, and are chiefly concerned to make one ear of wheat grow where two grew before, it is difficult to retain enthusiasm for botanical research, unless one is scientist of the peculiarly inhuman type."
Paramount relases the short Popeye movie "Hold The Wire" in which Bluto intercepts the phone line and pretends to be Popeye - typical of neuron writing deception and the bizarre and unreachable phone service of earth.

1937 Andre Maurois writes "The Thought-Reading Machine" in French. The book describes a scientist that invents a device that can record what people think, from their larynx. It is an unbelievably good book. Although it is fiction it relates to the real story kept secret for almost 100 years about the invention of seeing and hearing thought. This is, to my knowledge, the first large scale evidence that some humans figured out how to hear thought.

"The Thought-Reading Machine" is translated to english and printed and distributed in bulk by Harper Brothers.

"Christmas Reverie"

Herbert H. Jasper (1906–1999)
Deutsches Museum, München, Archives

This greeting card in 'brain writing' was sent by an American brain researcher, Herbert H. Jasper, to Hans Berger in 1938. Jasper was very interested in the EEG and he published the first article on the subject in America. In the 1920s, Hans Berger, a psychiatrist, developed a method of measurement known as electroencephalography (EEG) sufficiently to allow brain activity to be recorded for the first time. In 1929, he produced the first ever sleep EEGs, in which he observed a weakening of certain brain waves.

1940 CE
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, President of the United States says, "This nation will remain a neutral nation, but I cannot ask that every American remain neutral in thought as well. Even a neutral has a right to take account of facts. Even a neutral cannot be asked to close his mind or close his conscience." - FDR

1944 CE
Warner Brothers makes a cartoon "Plane Daffy" which shows Hitler, Goering and Gobbells using a video phone - but this is years before any video phone is made available to the public.

See video
1947 CE

Disney's Mickey Mouse short film "Delayed Date" shows a thought-screen.
1954 CE
German-British physiologist and Nobel Prize winner Bernhard Katz (CE 1911-2003) uses the word "remote" in the first paragraph in a paper about electrically making neuron fire ("direct neuron writing"). Gee, do you think remote muscle contraction might be a productive line of research....naw!
Katz's paper with the word "remote"
Katz had used the word "indirect" before this as a double meaning- the first meaning being electrical stimulation of the nerve which makes the muscle contract, as opposed to applying an electric current to the actual muscle directly.
"The Seven Year Itch" - the famous movie where Marilyn Monroe's dress is blown up from air from a subway tunnel. The title could be a play on "700 years of the remotely caused itch" - if for the year 2000 - that would put neuron writing in the 1300s but for the 1900s it would be the 1200. It's a stretch, but very well may be- 700 or more years allows for a lot of time to devote to creative hinting.

11/3/1955 "The Great Pretender" - may hint about the pretending that the D2B consumers must do- never admiting that they see and hear thoughts or know anything about anything. This song has the iconic lyric "No one can tell", and "yes!" which may hint at the yes and no or "go public with D2B?".

1956 CE
07/05/1956 The song "Don't Be Cruel" is released which has a possible double-meaning "at least please telephone" - which is kind of a funny lyric because pleasing the people of the telephone isn't something that people need to be asked to do - they all already please the telephone neuron people - so it's possibly meant to be comedy.
1958 CE
Cordwainer Smith (Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger) (CE 1913?1966) publishes "No, No, Not Rogov!" in which Stalin has a thought reading machine built that even is used to send thoughts to make other people confused, to commit suicide, etc.
Max Knoll (CE 1897-1969) and Kugler find that light pattens can be experienced when a small voltage is applied by two electrodes on different parts of the human face, and the voltage oscillated in the encephalographic frequency range.

1959, November 5
Device inside body controlled remotely: radio controlled artificial pacemaker. This is the first publicly known extension of Galvani’s 1791 remote (“wireless” or “particle”) neuron writing. Pacemakers continue to get smaller, and the pacemaker will perhaps eventually be the remotely controlled “neuron organelle”. Think of how many basic health science technologies are being kept from the public because of the selfish and idiotic neuron lie. Ultimately we all suffer from it, even D2B owners, whenever we need health care.
(Glen, Mauro, Longo, Lavietes, Mackay, “Remote stimulation of the heart by radiofrequency transmission”, New England Journal of Medicine, v261, 11/5/1959, p948-51.

1960, July 5
(Democratic Convention acceptance speech for Democratic nomination for President of the USA, Los Angeles) John F. Kennedy: "Can a nation organized and governed such as ours endure? That is the real question. Have we the nerve and the will? Can we carry through in an age where we will witness not only new breakthroughs in weapons of destruction--but also a race for mastery of the sky and the rain, the ocean and the tides, the far side of space and the inside of men's minds?" Here is real audio of this speech

Noel Regney and Gloria Shayne write the Christmas song "Do You Hear What I Hear?" which hints that many people routinely hear thoughts while many others do not, in this era under JFK.

A "Fantastic Four" comic book shows a "Thought Projector Helmet" which shows thought-images. Notice that, aside from images of food, nude and sex-related thought-images are probably commonly seen on thought-screens- in particular when a person (or even other species) is masturbating or having sex.
from: "Fantastic Four" Issue 27, June, 1964.
Thought Projector Helmet "Fantastic Four" comic book


"The President's Analyst" hints at how the phone company installs cameras, microphones, thought seeing and hearing devices, and lasers into every apartment and house with a phone line.
See a clip from this movie: Just before this clip a person asks "could every phone be tapped?!" and "that's what's in my mind".
01/31/1968 CE
(around 17 minutes into the interview:) Jim Garrison says "...I can't look into their brains, Johnny, and tell you why they did it." and Johnny Carson replies with "...Now you expect somebody to be galvanized into action..."; Garrison hinting about the massive secret of seeing eyes, and thought images, hearing thoughts, and Carson hinting about remote muscle moving - i.e. what Galvani did, but moving muscle remotely using particle beams.
Video of Jim Garrison and Johnny Carson saying "seeing inside their brain" and "Galvanized into action"
09/13/1970 The Register (Santa Ana, California, USA) publishes a photo of a child with an oval thought-screen over her head:

Little did those publishers know, that because of a little man named Teddy Huntington, the newly christened sleepy tiny remote city of Irvine would become the "neuron reading and writing truth" epicenter of the 2000s.
1975 CE
The above image is shown in the PBS television program "The Incredible Machine" by National Geographic. The sequence of images contains nearly 5 seconds of an eye chart on the back of the retina of an eyeball using an opthalmoscope, perhaps the first time the public has seen this, and it is potentially a hint that seeing behind a head is possible, but maybe not.

early 1980s
Head and SHoulders television ad slogan is "Because that little itch should be telling you something" which hints at the most prolific molestors to ever live free on Earth causing lawful people to itch using microscopic lasers placed in nearly every room of every house. (Notice how the phone company or some evil law breaker made "SH" capital on head and shoulders, and I am leaving it this time.) Kudos to Head and SHoulders. Yes, that itch should be mf'in telling us something, that something is very very wrong and very rotten with our phony phone-company laser undermocratic government. (funny, somebody changed democratic to dermacratic). Proctor and Gamble owns Head and SHoulders.
Ronald Reagan actually does use the word "thought" in a speech, outside of a few quotes, the Democrat humans appear to be the most concerned and determined in exposing the secret thought hearing infrared machines.

Isaac Asimov hints in "Encyclopedia of the Greatest Scientists" the initials MIP (Michael I Pupin) in the same sentence with "tenet" (probably for 1910, the year Pupin first [presumably] saw thought) in the section on Robert Boyle. [may also be in earlier editions] Relating to secrecy Asimov writes:
"This [experimental work being clearly and quickly publically reported] has been an accepted TENet of scientific research ever since, and when industrial [M]ilitary security [I]nterferes with [P]ublication it cannot help but harm the cause of science." Asimov was a very smart person, a walking encyclopedia of knowledge himself.

AD In "Cosmos" by Carl Sagan, Sagan says "we, ourselves, are far from decoding what a brain thinks, but in the future, it may well be possible....a disquieting prospect". The most I can get out of it is "prospect" may stand for "Pupin".
evidence of machines that can send light particles to make a brain hear sounds or see images:
"Across the centuries an author is speaking to you clearly in your head."

1986 CE
Robert MacNeil of MacNeil and Lehrer shows in part 1 of 9 part series called "The Story of English" humans introducing themselves, but only the audio is played, showing what communicating through thought is like. In 1985 and 1986 there must have been a group of people that rallied together to try to expose that thought can be seen and heard.

1988 CE
"They Live", movie by John Carpenter

This a definite must see for the d2b denied- it has a lot of parallels with the d2bw segregation- it's a very close match when you align the alien species as d2b consumers- and that theory that some other species, more well adapted and evolved than we, from some nearby star cluster, might be working against the survival of the human species on earth- all the way and including who gets to see d2bw and who is excluded. But beyond that theory- is just the non-alien theory and analogy of how the d2b owners are constantly writing on the neurons of the d2b denied0 people who have never even hear of remote neuron writing or reading. But I think the sunglasses analogy is becoming a classic of antiquity- it was used in 1900 by Frank Baum in the Wizard of Oz- people wore glasses and everything appeared green (but that part was excluded from the movie)- but this use of sunglasses is a closer analogy. And I think it so clearly fits some kind of device that a d2b denied person could possibly use to see if a person is a d2b consumer or not- because, presumably if you could see, even just a simply thermal image- possibly you could see the shapes of little windows on their brain. There is just a lot of good info in this movie- notice that it is unspoken that the lower paying jobs are all humans (the grocery clerks, etc.), while the higher paying executives in suits (those "people" shopping) are all aliens- almost certainly a close match to what we would see if we did have sunglasses that could show us in an instant who gets d2bw and who does not. Even down to the final scene where the female human is having sex with the alien- it's a good analogy for how the d2b consumers have an extreme advantage in getting sex- they see the thought images and hear the thought audio sounds a d2b denied female is thinking- they can deliver exactly what the "out" female wants and expects- as if by mysterious magic.

1997 CE
"bite me", were sounds that I, Ted Huntington, was thinking that were repeated out loud by a female human on the "Ellen" television program.

1998 CE
"bite me" is again repeated in the Steven Spielberg movie "Antz".

Saturday Night Live shows a video "Conspiracy Rock" that has the lyric "now maybe these voices in my head will go away" which is a reference to remote neuron writing of sounds.
1999 CE
UC Berkeley employee Dr. Yang Dan (who was brave and kind enough to answer my email), Fei Li and a person from Harvard, Garret Stanley, (both of who have yet to respond to my email) captured these images by connecting 177 electrodes to the thallamus of a cat. See movie thanks to Madame Yang Dan
The left side is what the cat sees, the right side is the actual movie. Think of the opposite as they do in this link: hope this link stays that you could play voltages from a movie back, and the cat would see them, which is what is happening now to many humans and other species brutally and recklessly without the electrodes. Hayo, one more article: article please stay online. This was in the "Journal of Neuroscience", September 1999 issue.

2000 CE
Huntington (probably angry) thinks "this human must have brain of a pidgeon", and months later the person says "because you know I have the brain of a pidgeon". (as a side note: the person over time revealed to be a sensitive human, wiser and kinder than most of the other people I work with).

music group "No Doubt": "Don't speak, I know what you're thinking...don't tell me cause it Hertz" hints to the public about this group of a million people that secretly hear thought.

Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt appear in the movie "What Women Want", in which Gibson is accidentally electricuted and can hear thoughts of people around him. Gibson then uses this ability to hear thoughts to deliver people exactly what they want. This is really an amazing phenomenon that has actually happened in reality because people are keeping neuron reading a secret and have for 200 years apparently. A person that can hear thought can easily "lay out" by knowing exactly what the outsider (or even fellow insider) is expecting and wanting - while those victims who are excluded from hearing thought cannot possibly compete and so don't reproduce and are selected out of existance by the neuron reading and writing genocide that continues to this day with the vast majority of humans not even knowing it. This does not even account for the god-like ability to write suggestions in the form of fast images and sounds to outsider's neurons - to make them wear and say all the wrong things to potential mates - steering their potential mate towards the neuron reading and writing insider. It raises the question - how many outsiders are still in a relationship with an insider who used thought seeing and hearing to attract them? How will the outsider react when they find out? What interesting questions hm? So those people who participate in this movie and the sequel "What Boys Want", really have taken a step in a bold and good direction.
2001 CE

Hitachi sells the smallest and thinnest publicly known RFID (Radio frequency Identification) radio Integrated Circuit (IC) chips, the "µ-Chip" ("mYU"-chip). These devices receive and trasmit light particles.
In 2003 Hitachi will reduce the size of these RFID chips to 50x50 micrometers and other microscopic electronic particle communication devices being made public are a key step in going public with the first "human made organelle" which can be communicated with by radio and in particular make a neuron fire - remote neuron writing with micro or nanometer device assistance. What Galvani did in 1780s but with a tiny cell sized radio receiver and transmitter in the place of a scalpel. To the naked eye the chips look like pieces of dust. See the above images where the 400um
Dan Brown, author of "The Da Vinci Code" (2003), publishes the book "Desolation Point" which describes a micro-meter scale flying camera and microphone wireless device.
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2004 CE
Cyril Wecht is quoted as saying "I will transmit my thoughts to [recent gun shot victim Taiwan President Chen Shui Bian]", hinting that thought audio and images can now be sent like any other audio or jpg/mpg images.

"The Final Cut", with Robin Williams, shows the perspective of "seeing eyes", seeing what people see (screen 1, where images from the external universe are recorded in the brain). In the movie, the story of implanting a "Zoe chip" is used, but in reality, no such implanted chip is necessary to see what eyes see from behind the head. This movie represents a bold step forward in explaining to the excluded public just a tiny part of the secret 100 year history of seeing eyes, thought images, hearing ears and thoughts, moving muscles remotely, etc.

2005 CE
"New Scientist" magazine exposes Sony patent (both liberal) that can send images sounds and smells to human brain using ultrasound.
Phil Collins makes "Take a Look Through My Eyes" song, hinting to the public about this massively huge group of people that enjoy looking through the eyes of millions of brains, although secretly.
08/26/06 CE
US President, George Bush jr uses word "psyche" in press release, same day I am thinking about refering to secret camera-thought network by name "PSIKI" used in "The Thought-Hearing Machine" by Andre Maurois (Emil Herzog) in 1937.

11:20 into the video, the story starts. The hosts on the "Out There TV" show reveal some of this info, one host saying "First Scheduled for 2004, the mission has since been delayed 8 times, leaving a gaping hole in Washington's efforts to record the activities and thoughts of every single American." and "In a document sent from the National Reconnasaince Office last year to Britain's MI5 agency, it even stated that the new survailence satellites have the capability of beaming...and get this...quote...electromagnetic impulse receptor signal to an individual's head to determine thought. Folks, welcome to 1984 just a few years behind schedule."
Richard Dawkins says that people believe that a God "reads your thoughts". “News Night”, BBC, (3:48 minutes) 09/22/2006.

07/25/07 CE
Ted Huntington is on the KROQ Kevin and Bean show and they talk about Pupin, seeing hearing and sending thought images and sounds.

04/04/08 CE
George Carlin states "it's a big club and you ain't in it" which hints about the massive secret sham cam-scam.

The Disney-Pixar movie "W.A.L.L.E." shows people seeing "menu" screens in front of their faces projected by their chairs - which looks very similar to what the view of those who get windows directly to their eyes must see. Notice that the women above are looking at 4 or 5 video squares of other people.

12/10/2008 CE

Scientists in Japan, Miyawaki, et al, in a collaboration of Japanese universities and ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories, Kyoto, Japan publish: "Visual Image Reconstruction from Human Brain Activity using a Combination of Multiscale Local Image Decoders" in "Neuron" magazine, which shows images that a brain sees using fMRI (
functional magnetic resonance imaging). This is first public publication that shows images seen by a brain that I am aware of, although it very well may be that the first images captured of what a brain sees may date back as far as 200 years ago to William Wollaston and other scientists in England. This is perhaps the best piece of physical evidence that proves that what a brain sees can be seen without having to touch the brain (Yang Dan, et al and others had produced images that a brain sees, however, this requires a physical connection to the brain).
This is funny, compare the author's drawn images with mine below:

Ted Huntington uploads 37 new songs onto the Internet, many about remote neuron reading and writing. Songs include: "Neuron Writing", "Where's Our Video?", "Let The People Get To See".


"Scientific American Mind" publishes a photo of a woman with 3 windows of people that looks similar to direct-to-brain windows.
Ted Huntington publishes videos of what direct-to-brain windows probably looks like:

Facebook announces the new free videocall feature, Facebook engineer Philip Su states "If it was any easier than that one click, it would be reading your mind", which hints at the grotesque aparteid between those who receive direct-to-brain video windows and those who are excluded.
A Carefree panty liner ad has a woman with a thought-screen. The quantity of these kinds of ads implies that many direct-to-brain windows consumers are repulsed by the segregation and neuron-writing abuse they must see and experience - and that possibly there is a growing group of terribly abused people who are becoming more aware that they are excluded from seeing thought-screens and hearing thought-audio.
Carefree panty liner thought-screen advertisement


One step beyond the 2008 Kamatani team still image: remotely neuron reading of movies. Gallent and team at Berkeley have reconstructed movies seen by people remotely from behind their brain using MRI:
Article in journal "Cell":
Once again, we can mostly thank the science and education establishment for bringing remote neuron reading and writing to the public - not the religious, government, or corporation establishement.
Advances are happening faster and it implies that remote neuron reading and writing can't possibly remain an unpublished secret by 2100 and probably more likely by 2050.

Schiller and team at MIT just published that direct-to-neuron electrical stimulation can produce images in monkeys:
In their abstract, which is written for average people and not immersed in techno-jargon, they compare it to a cochler implant but for sight:
They write: "Creating a prosthetic device for the blind is a central future task. Our research examines the feasibility of producing a prosthetic device based on electrical stimulation of primary visual cortex (area V1), an area that remains intact for many years after loss of vision attributable to damage to the eyes. As an initial step in this effort, we believe that the research should be carried out in animals, as it has been in the creation of the highly successful cochlear implant. We chose the rhesus monkey, whose visual system is similar to that of man. ...On the basis of these findings, we derive what kinds of images would be expected when implanted arrays of electrodes are stimulated through a camera attached to the head whose images are converted into electrical stimulation using appropriate algorithms."
Notice the coincidence of the name "Schilling" - because "shilling" - direct-to-brain consumers taking money to mislead excluded is so much a disgusting part of the advanced segregation of the hording of centuries old remote neuron reading and writing technology.
Max Knoll had published that applying voltage to the forehead causes people to see lights, and Yang Dan at Berkeley had done direct neuron reading by capturing an image of what a cat sees by connecting electrodes to parts of the cat brain. But this may be the first published occurrence of actual writing back of an image to a brain, direct-to-brain writing of an actual image.
Now all that is needed is to reduce the size of the electrodes and communicate with them wireless through the skull - to be less invasive - and that is the basic form of the secret modern remote neuron reading and writing which is used every 5 minutes by unseen criminals to contract some annoying muscle or fire some annoying neuron of ours).

A "CalIT2" "...Right now people are building radios a millimeter by a millimeter by a millimeter...But I think you could make one that's a micron by a micron by a micron, which is the size of a single living cell. ..."
"...The answers could yield transmitters implanted in the human body that send out information from cells or even nanorobots capable of identifying and destroying cancerous cells.".


Monash University in Australia plans to patent a "Direct to brain bionic eye": "a small implant under the skull will receive wireless signals and directly stimulate the brain’s visual cortex". This form of extra-cellular electronic device assisted remote neuron writing will allow those denied sight to see again.

"Mice Turn Into Killers When Brain Circuit Is Triggered By Laser"
"Scientists Used Light to Turn Mice into Stone Cold Killers"

Nita A. Farahany, a professor at Duke University talks about actual EEG devices that allow thought to be seen- note that in my humble opinion we should use the term "thought-images" or "images of thought" to be clear to those who may have trouble understanding that much of thought is composed of thought-images and thought-audio.

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