“Is Mind Control Possible?  Absolutely.  There is a mountain of evidence…  Today we know there are technologies that can induce sound into the brain at a distance, can monitor and alter brainwaves at a distance, can alter behavior at a distance, can induce images into the brain at a distance, can target individual organs at a distance.  Can disrupt the calcium ions binding on individual cell surfaces at a distance, creating pain and other effects anywhere in the body.  Mind control technology exists, without a question.”
           —  Dr Eldon Byrd, U.S. Navy, 2001

Content on this page includes the opinions of Richard Lighthouse.

In October 2012, several symptomatic people participated in a RF-testing in a Faraday Cage. The testing was performed by Jesse Beltran & Lars Drudgaard of ICAACT (International Center Against Abuse of Covert Technologies).  A total of 17 participants were tested. 14 had symptoms related to electronic terrorism & torture; 3 were non-symptomatic, non-victims.  This was the first documented attempt to show that many people all were being implanted without their consent.


National Institutes of Health (NIH)        NIH.gov

The NIH provides more than $30 Billion dollars every year to universities, hospitals, and research institutes.  Much of this research is done covertly under what is termed a, “Certificate of Confidentiality.”  Access to the information and data is highly restricted.  We are told that most of these Medical Doctors and Scientists have high-level security clearances.  What for? –  Because many of the devices are intended as a weapon.

The NIH prefers the term, “invasive devices,” rather than “implants.”

In the opinion of Richard Lighthouse, the Office of Extramural Research (OER) has the authority and the ability to shut down the implants program (Invasive Devices).  They are clearly being used on Targeted Individuals and many U.S. civilians.  Human research is suppose to be conducted under 45 USC Part 46, but it is clear there are many exceptions, which allow the National Institutes of Health to run an illegal operation.  This includes gathering data from human implants and sharing information with DARPA.  It is truly disturbing that these Scientists and Medical Doctors at the NIH, who pretend they are developing cures and healing  –  would share and assist DARPA.   DARPA is the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and works for the military.  They are interested in new ways to kill people, not health and healing.  DARPA provides funding to NIH under its Biological Technologies (Warfare Office.)   If DARPA or IARPA pretend they are “helping” wounded soldiers, ask them to describe the “help” that veterans receive from the Veterans Administration.  It will be blatantly clear – helping wounded soldiers is very low on the priority and funding list.  The continuous horror stories coming from the Veterans Administration, has been happening for decades.

NIH has procedures in place, that supposedly prevent abusive or illegal testing of implants.  There is nothing in those procedures, that prevents DARPA or IARPA from stealing the designs and fabricating them under a SECRET military contract.  NIH is glad to take the money and funding every year.  NIH is complicit.

Dr Katherine Horton has discovered that many ordinary people have been implanted in Europe, so this is a worldwide program. 


If you want to search for more information on what the NIH is doing with implants:
Try these key words when searching:

Invasive Devices
BRAIN initiative

Dr Brad Ringeisen


Dr Brad Ringeisen is the head of DARPA’s Biological Technologies Office in Arlington, Virginia.  This is the office that funds much of the NIH research.  Dr Peter Highnam is the Director of DARPA.

Bradley R Ringeisen, Age 46
6734 Catskill RD Lorton, VA 22079
Related to
Michelle A New 47 Sandra T New 78 Richard D Ringeisen 75 Melinda N Parikh 52 Heather L Ringeisen 49 John R New ~82 Carolyn J Ringeisen 75

NIH Program Directors for Bioengineering.  These people at the NIH know alot about “Invasive Devices.”

Seila is the Program Director for Biosensors & Detectors.  Below are some of her current projects that do research with “Invasive Devices.”  
Selimovic spent last year taking classes at the Naval War College, because people that are interested in human health and healing, always take classes at a War College…


The BRAIN Initiative is a massive research program started under President Obama.

BRAIN Initiative: Next-Generation Invasive Devices
Please direct all inquiries to:
Kari Ashmont, Ph.D.
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Telephone: 301-496-1447
Email: kari.ashmont@nih.gov

Nick Langhals, Ph.D.
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Telephone: 301-496-1447
Email: nick.langhals@nih.gov


Office of the Director

  • Bruce J. Tromberg, Ph.D. – Director
  • Jill Heemskerk, Ph.D. – Deputy Director
  • Richard D. Leapman, Ph.D. – Intramural Research Program Scientific Director
  • David George, Ph.D. – Associate Director for Research Administration
  • Krishna Kandarpa, M.D., Ph.D. – Director of Research Sciences and Strategic Direction

NIBIB’s Extramural Research Program

The NIBIB extramural research program brings together the research communities of biomedical imaging, bioengineering, the physical sciences, and the life sciences to advance human health. The extramural research program is organized into four divisions:

NIBIB Intramural Research Program

The Intramural Research Program plays a key role in fulfilling the Institute’s mission, engaging a combination of basic, translational, and clinical science. The program comprises laboratories, sections, and core facilities, all located on the main NIH campus in Bethesda, MD.


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David Larson has provided a 46 page report documenting how he was illegally implanted with devices from the NIH.

“Criminal and Scientific Misconduct Involving Neural Prosthesis Research Funded by the NIH/NINDS/NPP and the Alfred E. Mann Foundation”


Jesse Beltran & Lars Drudgaard  

Bob Boyce — his cancer diagnosis & microchip removal 

Last known Home Address.
County Property Records


Francis Collins, Director of NIH
8008 Ashboro Ct
Chevy Chase, Maryland

Lawrence Tabak, Asst Director of NIH
9503 Linden Ave
Bethesda, Maryland

Michael Wolfson, Program DIrector
8829 Harness
Rockville, Maryland

Bruce Tromberg, Department Director
5817 Phoenix
Bethesda, Maryland

David Rampulla, Department Director
2800 Jennings
Kensington, Maryland

Walter Koroshetz, MD – Dept Director
7808 Stable
Rockville, Maryland

Grace Peng, Department Director
7636 President
Fulton, MD

Multiple implants can be seen moving in this 2 minute video.  These are called “translational devices”.  (NIH – Mike Wolfson specializes in these devices.)  When attached inside muscle tissue and triggered to move – they can be extremely painful – much like a “charlie-horse” that won’t stop.  This is remote-controlled torture.

Michael Wolfson – A History of Medical Implants & Devices


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