“Deep State” Governments, Corporations, Universities, Foundations, and Other Cyber-Stalkers & Human Traffickers Identified On TI’s Computer Networks (July, 2020)

Webmaster’s (Dr. Eric Thor Karlstrom) Report: In this post I list uninvited 169 url’s I found on my computer network between July 20-29, 2020, when I used the sitecheckertool.com process outlined by “Sh P” in her video: “WHO IS BEHIND ALL TARGETING– HUMAN GENOME PROJECT!” and I compare these with the 51 url’s she identifies on her computer network. Although I am a Targeted Individual in America and she is a TI in Canada, we share at least 33 urls in common, indicating we are trafficked, targeted, and tortured by the same criminal networks.

TI’s Computers Reveal Networks Trafficking & Torturing Them Include UN, Governments, Spy Agencies, Universities, Military-Space-Cybernetics-Medical-Neuroscience-A.I. Contractors, Gates-, Soros-, Trump-, Obama-, Clinton-Foundations, & NIH-Human Genome Project (2 Explanatory Videos; July 20, 2020)

Epigraph Quote:

The history of cybernetics is the history of the human brain project. It was developed as a collaboration between military research agencies and major hospitals in the world.

Brains can be stolen and raped. The authorities do it! Throughout the history of mankind, there has never existed anything more totalitarian. There has never been anything more anti-democratic. A dictatorship can never be greater than when its citizens’ brains are linked to computer control.

In April 10, 1967, the New York Times editorial, “Push-Button People,” discussed the ongoing experiments and warned about the dangers of this technology. They also mentioned that probably there were countries in the world that had already planned to subjugate their people using this technique. Both the U.S. and Sweden were countries that had far-reaching plans to subjugate citizens beyond their knowledge in brain control systems.

In 1977, the New York Times published 30 articles about the CIA’s brain control systems. The most important thing that was brought into light was that this project already had begun in the late 1940’s, and that they had built, with this technology, a state within a state.

From New York Times editorial, August 5, 1977: Control CIA Not Behavior

“So we must add repugnant medical experimentation to the list of horror stories emerging from the CIA. It was no secret that the agency once hunted desperately for means to control human behavior. One objective was to program individuals so that they might do the agency’s bidding even to the point of ignoring such fundamental laws of human nature as self-preservation. We are not sufficiently schooled in ethics to know how this differs from murder.”

The State has become a cannibal, a rapist who is eating its citizens. Transforming us into biological manipulable components. We are all about to become the State’s lab rats and chip-regulated behavior-skulls.

From “The Human Brain Project” by Swedish TI, Robert Naeslund

On July 20-27, 2020 I used the sitechecktool.com Sh P refer to and found that approximately 132 (uninvited, unwelcome, criminal) government, bio-neuro tech company, university, foundation, financial, and other entities on my computer network that have hacked into my computer network. Of the 51 “foreign” uninvited entities “Sh P” identified on her computer on July 19, 2020, 33 of these same entities show up on my computer network. The statistical chance of this happening by random chance is 0. In other words, we have proof that the same criminal networks are trafficking, targeting, torturing and terrorizing us.

This preliminary data suggests that the criminal cyber-stalking and human-trafficking entities involved in organized stalking/human trafficking/electronic torture of Canadian and American TIs are overwhelmingly Canadian and American, but also include British, German, Swiss, EU, and Israeli governments, corporations, and academic entities.

These data also indicate that these human trafficking rings: 1) include the most powerful and prestigious institutions and individuals in the world and 2) overlap with the so-called “Deep State,” 3) are TOP-SECRET, 4) involve many billions to trillions of dollars, and 5) are being aggressively covered up by all elements of government and media.

These are crimes against humanity and thus, these individuals and entities involved must be tried and punished accordingly. In my opinion, this may be THE greatest crime in human history because: 1) it criminalizes, weaponizes, and even satanizes huge segments of society, and 2) if it goes unchecked it could lead to the total mental and physical enslavement and robotization of humanity.

I. Below are the 51 probable cyper-stalking/human trafficking entities “Sh P” identified on her computer network on July 19, 2020. I place a check mark next to those entities I found on my computer network July 20-27, 2020. I also give a brief description of the entities where appropriate.

X 1. linixfoundation.org Online training; Linux Foundation has partnered with edX.org to provide free online-learning courses on a range of open source topics from Linux to blockchain, networking to cloud, and everything in between.

x 2. trudeaufoundation.ca Pierre Eliott Trudeau Foundation (Matches the georgetown university and others in that range)

x 3. georgetown.edu Georgetown University (same network as finance minister of Canadas morneaushepell.com)

x 4. morneaushepell.com “Morneau Shepell is a human resources services and technology company headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.” (same network as georgetown.edu)he runs tons of cybernetic companies by the looks of it.

x 5. pantheon.io “#1 In Webops”

x 6. Human Genome Project 1990-2003 (this proves I was linked to the project they are connected to me and they are linked to morneaushepell and georgetown.edu, all the same network)

Source: whois.arin.netIP Address: Name: PANTHEON-IP4Handle: NET-23-185-0-0-1 Registration Date: 11/21/16 Range: PantheonOrg Handle: PS-747Address: 717 California St Fl 3
City: San FranciscoState/Province: CA Postal Code: 94108 Country: United States

x 7. orioncybernetics.com “Program Surveillance and Governance services across a broad range of technology and facilities initiatives,” Ottawa, ON, Canada

x 8. semantischolar.org

x 9. centennialcollege.ca

10. fanshawec.ca

11. Medical Devices Research Centre CANADA (Sh P: they place you on the international trade network, clearly they EARN from YOU)

x 12. bearclanpatrol.org

13. internic.ca (Canadas first CA registrar spear headed by the Canadian domain industry, showing a premium level account)

x 14. onnx.ai (Open Neural Network Exchange is an open-source artificial intelligence ecosystem. ONNX is available on GitHub. Sh P: “This is the international exchange for human trafficking”)

15. University of Winnipeg

16. University of Manitoba

17. netrium.ca

18. sharedhealthmb.ca

19. monarchindustries.com

20. Reimer World Corp./ Dun & Bradstreet in USA — https://www.dnb.com/ca-en/

21. cwygtmns01.dnb.com

22. cwygtmns02.dnb.com

23. norgtmns01.dnb.com

24. norgtmns02.dnb.com

25. ns0.dnb.com

26. Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Open Neural Network Exchange

x 27. universitystudy.ca (Royal Military College; military college of the Canadian Armed Forces, Kinston, ON, Canada)

x 28. scotiabank.com (Branches all over the world)

29. winnipeg school division (Winnipeg, MB, Canada)

x 30. www.pangea.ca (Canadian Geographic Eduction?)

x 31. Canada research and development

32. celonis.com (World’s #1 process/data mining software that uses A.I.)

x 33. swisscognitive.ch (The Global AI Hub)

x 34. spacex.com

x 35. marstalk.org

x 36. starlink.com

x 37. boringcompany.com

x 38. trudeau.com

x 39. dgnc.de

x 40. dgu-online.de

x 41. dwg.org

x 42. nih.gov (National Institutes of Health, USA)

x 43. ccc.de (Hacker club)

x 44. cia.gov (Central Intelligence Agency, USA)

x 45. fbi.gov (Federal Bureau of Investigation, USA)

46. The Canada Infrastructure Bank

47. Darlington Nuclear Generating Station

x 48. Bruce Power

x 49. clintonfoundation.org (Clinton Foundation)

x 50. obama.org (Barack Obama Foundation)

x 51. gatesfoundation.org (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, WA)

The unavoidable conclusion is that the Canadian TI, Sh P, and I are being hacked, targeted, and human trafficked by essentially the same network of criminal entities.

II. Webmaster’s (Dr. Eric Thor Karlstrom) Report: As of July 29, 2020, and during the period from July 20-29, I find the following 169 url’s on my network when I go through the process that Sh P outlines above. Note that there are many, many of the same governmental, bio-neuro-tech, university, financial, and other entities on my computer network which match those of Canadian TI, Sh P:

A. Core Human Genome Project, NIH, Georgetown University, & Alfred E. Mann Foundation Network

x 1. aemf.org (ip. address:; 112,691 Bytes ; Alfred E. Mann Foundation; he Alfred Mann Foundation’s goal is to develop medical devices to help patients with problems of neuromuscular disorders, movement disorders, diabetes, limb loss and chronic pain. Valencia, CA.)

x 2. georgetown.edu (; Page Size: 177,592 Bytes; home of neuroscientist, “neuroweaponologist,” and “neuro-ethicist,” Dr. James Giordano; Georgetown University was always a major CIA MKULTRA research university; this is same network as Canada’s finance minister, morneaushapell (

x 3. trudeaufoundation.ca (IP Address and Host Name:; Page Size: 93,286 Bytes; “Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation focuses on the leadership potential of our scholars”, Canada)

x 4. morneaushapell.com (; Page Size: 58,213 Bytes; “Morneau Shepell is a human resources services and technology company headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.” This is same IP address network as Georgetown University and the Trudeau Foundation; apparently this company runs many cybernetics companies)

x 5. pantheon.io (; Page Size: 112,961 Bytes; “Webops”; this is same ip address network as georgetown.edu, etc.; all the range of IP addresses – 23.185.0-6 are registered to pantheon.io)

6. uchastings.edu (; 67,234 Bytes; University of California Hastings Law School, San Francisco, CA)

x 7. ornl.gov (; Page Size: 117,236 Bytes; according to Sh P, ornl.gov IS the Human Genome Project. The internet browser I checked lists ornl as Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Regardless, this is same IP address as the georgetown.edu network above, etc. All these first 5 entities are working together and sharing information from my computer as well as that of Sh P. TIs are circulated on an international network.)

x 8. linixfoundation.org (universitystudy.ca; IP Address:; host name: hybrid1030.ca.ns.planethoster.net; Linix Foundation’s online-learning courses focus on open source topics from Linux to blockchain, networking to cloud. Its IP address in the video by Sh P is listed as the same as that of georgetown.edu and pantheon.io. However, when I checked my computer a day after the above video was made, the IP address was as per shown above.)

x 9. genome.gov (Human Genome Project;; Host Name: genome.gov; Page Size: 83,906 Bytes, NIH– National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI); “Beginning on October 1, 1990 and completed in April 2003, the HGP (Human Genome Project) gave us the ability to read nature’s complete genetic blueprint for building a human being.” Coordinated by Department of Energy (DOE) and National Institutes of Health (NIH), funding came from the US government through NIH & other groups around the world. A parallel project was conducted outside the government by the Celera Corporation/Celera Genomics. Most of the government-sponsored sequencing was performed in twenty universities and research centers in U.S., U.K, Japan, France, Germany and China.[4])

x 10. nih.gov (; ec2-54-235-145-223.compute-1.amaonaw…., Page Size 68,026 Bytes; National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland)

x 11. pangea.ca (; Page Size: N/A; Earth Science site from Canadian Geographical Society)

B. Other Key American, Canadian, German, and Swiss Government, Military, Academic, and Private Institutions Including Five Run by Elon Musk

x 12. universitystudy.ca (; Host Name: hybrid1030.ca.ns.planethoster.net; Royal Military College of Canada)

x 13. neuralink.com (; Host Name: server-99-84-191-121.iad89.r.cloudfront.net; “Neuralink Corporation is an American neurotechnology company founded by Elon Musk and others & develops implantable brain–machine interfaces; San Francisco, CA; founded in 2016.”)

x 14. boringcompany.com
(; Page Size: 77,564 Bytes; “Boring Company is an American infrastructure and tunnel construction services company founded by Elon Musk in December, 2016”)

x 15. spacex.com (; Page Size: 16,766; “Space Exploration Technologies Corp. is an American aerospace manufacturer and space transportation services company; Hawthorne, California. Founded in 2002 by Elon Musk to reduce space transportation costs & enable the colonization of Mars. SpaceX has developed several launch vehicles, the Starlink satellite constellation, and the Dragon spacecraft.”)

x 16. starlink.com (; 3,318 Bytes; “Starlink is a satellite constellation being constructed by SpaceX to provide satellite Internet access. The constellation will consist of thousands of mass-produced small satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO), working in combination with ground transceivers. Some of the satellites will be used for military, scientific, or exploratory purposes. SpaceX satellite development facility in Redmond, Washington houses the Starlink research, development, manufacturing, and on-orbit control operations.”)

17. sdss.org (, N/A, Sloan Digital Sky Survey)

x 18. marstalk.org (; Page Size: 79,349 Bytes; Mars Talk is a community podcast of the Mars Society affiliated with Elon Musk’s SpaceX)

x 19. swisscognitive.com (, Host Name: sl60.web.hostpoint.Page Size: 102,855 Bytes; Swiss Cognitive is “THE GLOBAL AI HUB; A NETWORK THAT SHARES, CONNECTS, AND UNLOCKS THE POTENTIALS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE”)

x 20. onnx.ai (; Open Neural Net Exchange; Page Size: 12,900 Bytes; “Open Neural Network Exchange” Sh P: “This is the international exchange for human trafficking; their website: “The open standard for machine learning interoperability”)

x 21. orioncybernetics.com (; Host Name: pages-custom-13.weebly.com; 240 Bytes; “ORION Cybernetics, established 1988, provides Program Surveillance and Governance services across a broad range of technology and facilities initiatives.”)

22. brainshark.com (; Host Name: sitecorecm-b.brainshark.com, Page Size: 104,622 Bytes; Brainshark headquarters Chicago, IL and Waltham, MA)

23. advancedbrainmonitoring.com (; Host Name: a20b9ee60132ef283.awsgglobalaccelorator…; 30,450 Bytes; “Advanced Brain Monitoring is a neuro-diagnostics device company; products are used by clinicians, researchers and in clinical trials to interpret brain and physiological function as they relate to chronic diseases and early stage neuro-degeneration, and to improve sleep quality and enhance performance.”)

24. miltenyibiotec.com ( 0 Bytes; Immuno-oncology research company; virus-specific T cell stimulation; 6 offices in US, 10 offices in Germany and Europe, 6 offices in China and Asia; 1 office in Australia)

x 25. dgnc.de (; 166 Bytes; Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie (DGNC) e.V. Geschäftsstelle, Office of the German Society For Neurosurgery)

26. cshl.org (, O Bytes, private, non-profit institution with research programs focusing on cancer, neuroscience, plant biology, genomics, and quantitative biology. Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory, Cold Springs Harbor, New York)

27. openai.com ( Host Name: server-52-85-144-35.iad89.r.cloudfront.net; 183 Bytes; Open AI; The Path to Safe Artificial General Intelligence, San Francisco, CA)

28. g4s.org (; 200,455 Bytes; “g4s is a global leader in integrated security solutions and related services”)

29. dwavesys.com (; 162 Bytes; D Wave; The Quantum Computing Company, Palo Alto, CA)

30. biomedcentral.com (IP Address and Host Name:; Page Size: 76,535 Bytes, BMC’s leading research journals include selective titles such as BMC Biology, BMC Medicine, Genome Biology and Genome Medicine, academic journals such as Journal of Hematology & Oncology, Malaria Journal and Microbiome, and the BMC series, 65 inclusive journals focused on the needs of individual research communities; New York, Heidelberg, Germany, Basingstoke, UK)

31. beast2.org (; webroute-new.auckland.ac.nz; Page Size- 26,095 Bytes; “BEAST 2 is developed by a team of scientists around the world. This web site is managed by the Centre for Computational Evolution.”)

32. beast.community (IP Address and Host Name:; Page Size: 21,608 Bytes)

33. empressinfotech.com ( Host Name: ec2-35-177-189-189.eu-west-2.compute.amazon; 39,785 Bytes; “Empress Infotech provides Information Technology solutions and next generation software products and services.”)

x 34. dgu-online.de (; Host Name: m16s3-2-3db.ispgateway.de; 69,667 Bytes; Deutsche Gesellschaft Fur Unfallchirgurgie/German Society of Traumatology; Berlin, Germany)

35. ftdichip.com (; 34,378 Bytes; Future Technology Devices International, Ltd., androids, Glascow, UK)

36. Huawei.com (; 123,812 Bytes, Cloud and A.I., Optical networks, Shenzhen, China)

37. bostonscientific.com (; 152,213 Bytes; Boston Scientific, Electrophysiology, Remote Patient Monitoring and Diagnostic Monitoring, Retrieval Devices, Boston, MA)

38. nec.org (; 14,902 Bytes; IT and electrionics, A.I., digital identity, biometric authentication, Minato, Tokyo)

C. American, Canadian, British, Israeli Government – Private Political Agencies

x 39. cia.gov (; Host Name: a104-104-76-61.deploy.static.akamaitchn…; Page Size: 62,623; Central Intelligence Agency)

40. senate.gov (; 37,539 Bytes; U.S. Senate, Washington, DC)

x 41. fbi.gov (; Page Size: N/A; Federal Bureau of Investigation)

x 42. nsa.gov (; Host Name: a23-5-237-184.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.co; National Security Agency)

43. nasa.gov (; Host Name: ec2-52-0-14-116.compute-1.amazonaws.com; 11,611 Bytes; National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

44. lbl.gov (; 0 Bytes; Lawrence Berkely National Laboratory, Livermore, CA)

45. osti.gov (; 261,137 Bytes; U.S. Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information; Oak Ridge, TN)

46. nationalacademies.org (; 3,673 Bytes; The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (also known as NASEM or the National Academies) is the collective scientific national academy of the United States, Washington, D.C.)

47. nps.edu (; 200 Bytes; Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA)

48. archives.gov (; 24,304 Bytes; National Archives, Washington, D.C.)

49. nps.gov (; 40,524 Bytes; National Park Service)

50. eeoc.gov (; 60,054 Bytes; U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Washington, D.C.)

51. feb.gov (; 19,091 Bytes; Federal Executive Boards, located in cities across America)

52. gc.ca (canada.ca) (; Host Name: DC03ADC007-008-PROD-VIP-79-24.infra.global.gc.; 9,870 Bytes; Government of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)

53. gov.uk (gov.uk; 41,207 Bytes) Government of the United Kingdom, London, England)

54. royal.uk (; Page Size: N/A; Royal Family; Queen of England)

55. mpg.de (; 158,964 Bytes; The Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science (German: Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften e. V.; abbreviated MPG) consists of over 80 research institutes. Founded in 1911 as the Kaiser Wilhelm Society then renamed the Max Planck Society in 1948)

56. trump.org (; Host Name: server5.chinesepod.com; Page Size N/A)

57. obama.org (; Page Size: N/A; website of former President Barack Obama)

58. clintonfoundation.org (; Page Size: N/A; Clinton Foundation, New York, New York)

59. gov.il (; 160 Bytes; Government of Israel)

60. nyc.gov (; 205 Bytes, New York City)

61. cfr.org (; 0 Bytes; Council on Foreign Relations)

62. nleomf.org (; 294,179 Bytes; National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, Washington, D.C.)

D. Major Defense-Military and Security Contractors in the U.S., Canada, Germany

63. lockheedmartin.com (; Page Size: 146,398 Bytes, “Lockheed Martin Corporation is an American aerospace, defense, arms, security, and advanced technologies company; North Bethesda, Maryland.”)

64. leidos.com (; Host Name: ec2-34-202-179-105.compute-1.amazonaws; 231 Bytes; “Leidos, formerly known as Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), is an American defense, aviation, information technology, and biomedical research company headquartered in Reston, Virginia, that provides scientific, engineering, systems integration, and technical services. Leidos merged with Lockheed Martin’s IT sector in 2016 for Information Systems & Global Solutions business to create the defense industry’s largest IT services provider.”)

65. northropgrumman.com (; 92,661 Bytes; “Northrup Grumman Corp. designs, develops, builds and supports some of the world’s most advanced products, from cutting-edge aircraft and next-generation spacecraft to unrivaled cyber security systems and all-seeing radars.”)

66. Raytheon.com (rtx.com) (; 203 Bytes; Ratheon Technologies; Intelligence, Aerospace, Missiles and Defense)

67. boeing.com (; 206 Bytes; Boeing, defense, space, global positioning station; cybersecurity products; surveillance suites, advanced weapons)

68. airscan.com (AirScan: “Air Force private subcontractor: In Manned and Unmanned Tactical ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance), the keys to success are: • Smallest Footprint, • Longest Time-Over-Target • Highest Full Mission Capability • State-of-the-Art Sensors • True Real-Time (and Secure) Video/Data Downlinks/Uplinks; IP Address:; Host Name: acmkoiegso.gs02.gridserver.com; Page Size N/A)

69. vinnellarabia.com (IP Address:; Host Name: host1.ebox-solutions.com; Page Size: 35,158 Bytes; HTTP Status Code: HTTP/1.1 200 OK; Vinnell Arabia is a military knowledge transfer company)

70. thepalacegroup.com (The Palace Group: Senior Living facility that offers jobs to military tactical operations and air/weapons specialists, among other things; IP Address:; Host Name:; Page Size: 19,721 Bytes)

71. kbr.com (; Host Name: ec2-52-42-137-152.us-west-2.compute.amazon; 227 Bytes; Kellog, Brown, and Root; engineering solutions and digitalization)

72. globalsecurity.org (; 27,453 Bytes; nonprofit think tank, research and consultancy group focused on national and international security issues; military analysis, systems, and strategies; intelligence matters; and space policy analysis, Alexandria, VA).

73. f5.com (; 130,829 Bytes; “F5 Networks, Inc. is a transnational company that specializes in application services and application delivery networking (ADN). F5 technologies focus on the delivery, security, performance, and availability of web applications, including the availability of computing, storage, and network resources. F5 is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, with additional development, manufacturing, and administrative offices worldwide. It has expanded to include acceleration, application security, and DDoS defense. F5 technologies are available in data center and cloud environments. “Code connects us all. Our human code and our digital code drive innovation.”)

74. lansdowne.com (IP Address and Host Name: 209:17.116.160; 179 Bytes, security, emergency management, and communications interoperability programs and exercises, Ottawa, Canada)

75. nextdimensioninc.com (; Host Name: Webserver-L01-1.nextdimensioninc.com; 44,645 Bytes; CIO (Corporate Intelligence Operations Strategists, Managed IT, located in Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan.)

76. daemondefense.com (; 162 Bytes; Canadian IT Corporation)

77. obnsecurity (; Page Size N/A; Toronto, Ontario)

78. adga.ca (; Host Name: ps605487.dreamhostps.com; 228 Bytes; ADGA delivers strategic consulting, professional services and world-class technology in Defense, Security and Enterprise Computing.)

x 79. ccc.de (The Chaos Computer Club (CCC) (Hacker Club) is Europe’s largest association of hackers with 7700 registered members. It is incorporated as an eingetragener Verein in Germany, with local chapters (called Erfa-Kreise [de]) in various cities in Germany and other German-speaking countries.

80. academi.com (; Host Name: ec2-54-243-51-249.compute-1.amazonaws.co; Page Size: N/A; Academi A Constellis Company; formerly Blackwater; supply chain logistics, unmanned aerial systems)

81. ibm.com (; O Bytes; International Business Machines)

82. osgeo.org (; 227 Bytes; OSGeo; Open Source GIS/Geographic Information Systems, Beaverton, Oregon)

83. ricoh.com (; 44,532 Bytes; Ricoh Institute of Sustainability and Business, neurology, AI, scanning the brain, global locations)

84. informa.com (, 182 Bytes, London, England)

E. International Agencies

85. un.org ( Page Size: N/A; United Nations, New York, New York)

86. unwto.org (; 306 Bytes; United Nations World Tourism Organization, Madrid, Spain)

87. europa.eu (; 11,701 Bytes; European Union; Brussels, Luxembourg)

88. cern.ch (; Host Name: drupal8lb01.cern.ch; Page Size: 226 Bytes; European Organization For Nuclear Research, Meyrin, Switzerland)

89. wwf.org (, Host Name:; 111,761 Bytes; World Wildlife Fund)

x 90. gatesfoundation.org (; Host Name: a104-96-228-51.deploy.static.akamaitechnolog; Page Size: 0 Bytes; Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)

91. opensocietyfoundations.org (; O Bytes; George Soros’ Open Society Foundation, Manhattan, NY)

x 92. Iso.ca (IP Address and Host Name:; 57,494 Bytes; ISO = The Law Society of Upper Canada)

93. skai.gr (; 376,608 Bytes; Skai Group is one of the largest media groups in Greece; Athens, Greece)

94. rsc.org d(; 43,795 Bytes; Royal Society of Chemistry, London, Cambridge, Washington, and multiple international locations)

95. britannica.org (; Encyclopedia Britannica; 329 Bytes;

D. More Participating American, Canadian, German, Italian, and Israeli Universities

96. berkeley.edu (; Host Name: li495-52.members.linode.com; Page Size: N/A)

97. mit.edu (; Host Name: a184-26-74-209.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com; 35,085 Bytes; Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

98. jhu.edu (; collaborate.johnshopkins.edu; 169 Bytes; Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland)

99. centerforhealthsecurity.org (John Hopkins Center For Health Security (JHCFHS) (; 23,329 Bytes; “The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security (abbreviated CHS; previously the UPMC Center for Health Security,[4] the Center for Biosecurity of UPMC, and the Johns Hopkins Center for Civilian Biodefense Strategies) is an independent, nonprofit organization of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and part of the Environmental Health and Engineering department. It is concerned with the areas of health consequences from epidemics and disasters as well as averting biological weapons development, and implications of biosecurity for the bioeconomy. It is a think tank that does policy research and gives policy recommendations to the United States government as well as the World Health Organization and the UN Biological Weapons Convention.”)

100. umd.edu (; 183 Bytes; University of Maryland)

101. stanford.edu (; 209 Bytes; Stanford University, Stanford, CA)

102. udacity.com (, 192,017 Bytes; Cloud Computing, AI, associated with Stanford University and Georgia Institute of Technology, Stanford, CA)

103. gatech.edu (Georgia Institute of Technology)

104. bcm.edu (; 247,136 Bytes; Baylor College of Medicine; Houston, TX)

105. ku.edu (; N/A; University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS)

106. spu.edu (; 299,392 Bytes; Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington)

107. khanacademy.org (; Host Name: server-52-85-144-36.iad89.r.cludfront.net; 223,589 Bytes; American non-profit educational organization in Mountain View, CA)

108. dbu.edu (; 34,613 Bytes; Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, TX)

109. nnu.edu (; 198,927 Bytes; Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, ID)

110. coml.edu (; 57,236 Bytes; Census Of Marine Life, University of Rhode Island)

111. mc.edu (; 39,449 Bytes; Mississippi College; a Christian University; Clinton, Mississippi)

112. washington.edu (; 62,997 Bytes; University of Washington, Seattle, WA)

113. ucsc.edu (; 326 Bytes; University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA)

114. sdsu.edu (; 144 Bytes; San Diego State University, San Diego, CA

115. sonoma.edu (; N/A; Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA)

116. psu.edu (; 63,313 Bytes; Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania)

117. usi.edu (; 37,999 Bytes; University of Southern Indiana; Evansville, IN)

118. bcm.edu (; 247,136 Bytes; Baylor College of Medicine

119. udc.edu (; 140,133 Bytes; University of District of Columbia)

120. utc.edu (; 0 Bytes; University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN)

121. nyi.edu (; 110,881 Bytes; New York Institute of Technology, New York, NY, and multiple locations)

122. unr.edu (; 199,048 Bytes, University of Nevada, Reno; Reno, NV)

123. yu.edu (; 120,314 Bytes; Yeshiva University, New York, New York)

124. dartmouth.edu (; 161 Bytes; Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire)

125. sfasu.edu (; 92,470 Bytes, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas)

126. tsu.edu (; 34,912 Bytes; Texas Southern University; Houston, TX)

127. smc.edu (; 93,775 Bytes; Santa Monica College, Santa Monica, CA)

128. nais.org (; 68,499 Bytes; National Association of Independent Schools, Washington, D.C.)

129. oit.edu (; 38,496 Bytes; Oregon Institute of Technology, Klamath Falls, Oregon)

130. cnu.edu (; 224 Bytes; Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA)

131. drew.edu (; 48,534 Bytes; Drew University, Madison, New Jersey)

132. muhc.ca (; Page Size: N/A; McGill University Health Care. Dr. Ewen Cameron and other top CIA spychiatrists worked at McGill University.)

133. mcgill.ca (; O Bytes; McGill University)

134. uottawa.com (; xn--gnie-bpa.uottawa.ca; 3,388 Bytes; University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)

135. ubc.ca (; 0 Bytes; University of British Columbia)

136. stclaircollege.ca (; 0 Bytes; Windsor, Ontario, Canada)

x 137. centennialcollege.ca (; 162 Bytes; Ontario, Canada)

138. aftau.org (; 41,031 Bytes; Tel Aviv University American Friends; “Israel is the largest net exporter of academic human capital in the world.”)

139. uniroma1.it (; 77,822 Bytes; University of Rome)

140. ceu.edu (; 228 Bytes, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary)

E. States, Cities, Tribes, Power Companies, Hospitals, Human Rights Groups, Churches, and Other Organizations in U.S, Canada, and England

141. ohio.gov (; 162 Bytes; Ohio Government)

142. az.gov (; N/A, State of Arizona)

143. winnepeg.ca (; Page Size 58,824 Bytes; Capital and largest city in Canadian province of Manitoba)

144. tampagov.net (;; City of Tampa, Florida)

x 145. brucepower.com (; Host Name: ec2-54-172-123-171.compute-1.amazonaws.com; Bruce Nuclear Generating Station is a nuclear power station located on the eastern shore of Lake Huron in Ontario)

146. nbpower.com (; 4,642 Bytes; NB Power, formerly known as the New Brunswick Power Corporation and the New Brunswick Electric Power Commission, is the primary electrical utility in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.)

x 147. bearclanpatrol.org (; i-192-169-221-188.ip.secureserver.net; Page Size N/A; in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, a charity-security service for an Indian Tribe)

148. afn.ca (Assembly of First Nations; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)

149. thetitangroup.ca (; Host Name:; 71,111 Bytes; Saskatoon, SK, Canada)

150. snclavalin.com (; Host Name: wwwpr.snclavalin.com; 146 Bytes; SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. is a Canadian company based in Montreal that provides engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services to various industries, including mining and metallurgy, oil and gas, environment and water, infrastructure, clean power; engineering, nuclear power generation, cyber risk assessment, “we connect people, technology and data to deliver solutions”)

151. vodafone.com (; Host Name: server-99-86-154-69.mxp64.r.cloudfront.net, 82,249 Bytes; leader in technology communications; Vodafone Group plc /ˈvoʊdəfoʊn/ is a British multinational telecommunications company. Its registered office is located in Newbury, Berkshire, England and its global headquarters is based in London, England. It predominantly operates services in the regions of Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania.)

152. mccain.com (; 40,094 Bytes; Canadian Food company located in Toronto, Canada and Hartland, New Bruswick, Canada)

153. stbonifacehospital.ca (; Host Name: galeriebuhlergallery.ca; Page Size: N/A; Winnipeg, Manitoba; western Canada’s largest hospital)

154. helmholtz-hzi.de (; 63,890 Bytes; Center For Infection Research; Hamburg, Germany)

155. cea.fr (;; CEA focuses on defense and security, low-carbon energies (nuclear and renewable), technological research for industry and fundamental research; France)

156. opg.com (; Host Name:, 152,294 Bytes; Ontario Power Generation; Cortice, Ontario)

157. amazon.com (; Host name: s3-console-us-standard.console.aws.amazon.com; 6,592 Bytes; Seattle, Washington, Jeff Bezos, CEO)

158. cftau.ca (; Host Name: ip-107-180-2-52.ip.secureserver.net; 0 Bytes; Canadian Friends of Tel Aviv University; Global first at TAU: MRI scan of the brains of 130 species of mammals, including humans, indicates equal connectivity in all of them; The research reveals a universal Law: Conservation of Brain Connectivity; Researchers at Tel Aviv University, led by Prof. Yaniv Assaf of the School of Neurobiology, Biochemistry and Biophysics and the Sagol School of Neuroscience and Prof. Yossi Yovel of the School of Zoology, the Sagol School of Neuroscience, and the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, conducted a pioneering study – advanced diffusion MRI scans of the brains of mammals representing about 130 species, designed to investigate brain connectivity. The intriguing results revealed that brain connectivity levels are equal in all mammals, including humans; several locations in Canada.)

159. trcm.ca (; 211 Bytes; Treaty Relations Committee of Manitoba)

x 160. westgrid.ca (; 314 Bytes; “WestGrid brings together computing facilities, research data management services, and a network of technical experts to meet the needs of today’s researchers. Together with Compute Canada’s three other regional organizations, WestGrid is helping Compute Canada lead the acceleration of research and innovation. As one of Compute Canada’s largest regional organizations, WestGrid works collaboratively with Members & Partners across British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba”)

161. pbs-silberbauer.de
(; 217-160-0-197.elastic-ssl.ui-r.com; 86,634 Bytes; German company, electro-technical)

162. merip.org (; 83,278 Bytes, Middle East Research and Information Project, Tacoma, WA, but affiliated with Israel?!)

163. chinatoday.com (; 117,850 Bytes; “A China information base”)

164. humanrights.ca (; 170,487 Bytes; Canadian Museum for Human Rights; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)

F. Financial and Life Insurance Institutions

165. bankofamerica.com (; 293,554 Bytes; Bank of America)

x 166. scotiabank.com ( 0 Bytes; Scotia Bank has branches worldwide)

167. prudential.com (; 247 Bytes, Prudential Life Insurance, Pruco Securities, LLC, C/O National Financial Services, LLC, Cincinnati, OH)

Also Found on My Network

168. cogentco.com
169. akamai.com (Akamai Technologies; cybersecurity)

IV. My (Webmaster’s) Uninvited Cyberstalkers and Human Trafficking, Targeting, Tracking, and Torturing Networks, Then, Evidently Include the Above Entities (recorded July 20-28, 2020):

One may posit that this is an incomplete list. However, entities identified herein suffice to provide a snapshot of many of the higher levels of perpetrators carrying out the military/neuroscience/academic research and concomitant human trafficking/torture-subjugation/nonconsensual human experimentation of perhaps the greatest crime in history:

organized stalking/electronic torture/covert use of nonconsensual human test subjects for brain-behavioral research.

I. Governments & Governmental Organizations


United States Senate
NIH (National Institutes of Health)
HGP (Human Genome Project)
CFR (Council on Foreign Relations)
NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Department of Energy
Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Naval Postgraduate School
NPS (National Park Service)
National Archive
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Federal Executive Boards

B. Other

Government of Canada
Government of the United Kingdom
Royal Family (Britain)
Government of Israel

II. International Organizations

United Nations
United Nations World Tourism Organization
European Union
World Wildlife Fund

III. Foundations

Alfred E. Mann Foundation
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Open Society Foundation (Soros)
Clinton Foundation
Obama Foundation
Trump Foundation
Trudeau Foundation

IV. Hospitals, Universities, Medical and Neuroscience Research Facilities

A. American

Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston, MA
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Johns Hopkins Center For Health Security
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of California Hastings Law School, San Francisco
California State University, San Diego
California State University, Sonoma
University of Washington
University of Kansas
University of District of Columbia
Khana Academy
Pennsylvania State University
University of Maryland
Mississippi College
Dartmouth College
Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory
Yeshiva University
Dallas Baptist University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Stephen F. Austin State University
Texas Southern University
Santa Monica College
National Association of Independent Schools
Oregon Institute of Technology
Seattle Pacific University
University of District of Columbia)
University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
New York Institute of Technology
University of Nevada, Reno
Christopher Newport University
Drew University,

B. Canadian

McGill University
McGill University Health Care
University of Ottawa
University of British Columbia
Royal Military College of Canada
Saint Boniface Hospital
Saint Claire College
Centennial College

C. Europe

Max Planck Society For the Advancement of Science (Formerly Kaiser Wilhelm Society)
German Society For Neurosurgery
German Society of Traumatology
Center For Infection Research;
University of Rome
Central European University

D. Israel

Canadian Friends of Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv University American Friends

V. Cybernetics, Neuroscience, Biotec, AI, IT, CyberSecurity, Security, and Satellite Companies

Orion Cybernetics
Miltenyi Biotec
Swiss Cognitive
Neuralink (Elon Musk)
Starlink (Elon Musk)
SpaceX (Elon Musk)
Open Neural Net Exchange
Future Technology Devices International, Ltd. (androids, Scotland)
Advanced Brain Monitoring
Empress Infortech
Biomedical Central (BMC)
German Society For Neurosurgery
Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory
Open AI
Boston Scientific
D-Wave Systems
CEA, France
Huawei (China)
Morneau Shappel
Future Technology Devices International
Global Security Group
Lansdowne Technologies
Next Dimension Inc
NEC Corporation

VI. Military-Security-Aeronautics-Neuroscience-AI-IT Contractors

Lockheed Martin
Leidos (formerly SAIC)
Northrop Grumman
Kellogg, Brown, and Root (KBR)
Academi (formerly Blackwater)
Global Security Group
The Palace Group
Vinnel Arabia
Open Neural Network Exchange
Daemon Defense
OBN Security
ADGA Defence
CCC (Hacker Group)
F5 Networks, Inc.
Beast 2
Morneau Shapell
Mars Talk

VII. Computer, Cyber Security, and Telecommunications

WestGrid, Canada
Vodafone, London, England
SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., Canada
Akamai Technologies

VIII. Cities, States, & Local Governments

New York City
City of Winnipeg
City of Tampa

IX. Electric Companies

Ontario Power Generation, Canada
Bruce Power Generating Station, Canada
New Brunswick Power Corporation, Canada

X. Human Rights and Indian Tribes

Treaty Relations Committee of Manitoba
Canadian Museum For Human Rights
Center for Tribal Relations, Canada
Bear Clan Patrol, Canada
Assembly of First Nations, Canada

XI .Financial and Life Insurance Organizations

Bank of America
Scotia Bank
Prudential Life Insurance

XII. Legal

The Law Society of Upper Canada
University of California Hastings Law School
Prudential Life Insurance

XIII. Other

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, USA
China Today
Skai Group, Switzerland
McCain (Canadian Food Company)
Boring Company (Elon Musk)
SNC Lavalin Group
The Titan Group
Middle East Research and Information Project

III. Conclusions:

Hypotheses to Explain These Data

I offer the following two hypotheses as probable explanations that could account for the myriad entities from all sectors of society, including extremely powerful governmental, military and intelligence agencies, listed above being attached to my computer network:

1) These entities are financially or operationally connected to illegal human experimentation, torturing, trafficking, and murder of innocent civilians for The Human Brain Project/BRAIN Initiative and/or related joint military, medical, academic, and corporate projects. We may speculate that these programs involuntarily “enroll” many human subjects who were previously used in earlier programs such as the Human Genome Project, MKULTRA, etc.

2) Many of these entities are co-extensive with “THE ORGANIZATION”/”THE BROTHERHOOD” described by the late TI Dr. Rauni Kilde (“The Organization” And Its Methods and Goals Exposed by Dr. Rauni Kilde (M.D.)) and TI Kay Griggs (Who and What is “The Brotherhood”/”Firm”/”Syndicate”? How Does It and Their Organized Stalking System Work? Highlights From Kay Griggs Interviews of 1998/2005).

Currently, I believe the weight of the accumulated evidence presented on this website and elsewhere supports both these hypotheses.

Hence, many of these organizations are directly or indirectly connected to the organized crime syndicate which runs human trafficking-illegal human experimentation-human torture/murder operations throughout the world. Human subjects are trafficked and sold into military-corporate-academic programs after which they are terminated and their physical, intellectual, and creative property is stolen, via insurance fraud, by THE ORGANIZATION/BROTHERHOOD, and

These data suggest both “Sh P” and myself are non-consensually enrolled in these illegal human trafficking and experimentation programs.

Finally, it may be hypothesized that many of these powerful entities are co-extensive with the networks behind the global Bolshevik-style revolution now unfolding under the guise of the response to the Covid-19 “plandemic”/”scamdemic.”

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