ETK Introduction: I just received this message via managed word press.
Author: mcmorrisjoseph (IP address: 188.8.131.52, abts-tn-dynamic-184.108.40.206-airtelbroadband.in)
I’m a Targeted Individual (TI).
I have caught the audio recording evidence or proof of Remote Neural Monitoring (RNM), Voice to skull (V2K) See here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kN4QCVwiUsI&list=PL42RBzMkobFQW9tHMsXGjJ-wHLWK-lv4E
For detailed explanation of methods used for harassment from my personal experience by Remote Neural Monitoring (RNM), Voice to skull (V2K) visit https://remoteneuralmonitoringv2kevidence.blogspot.in
The recorded sounds supposedly used in Remote Neural Monitoring (RNM) in the above youtubes are similar to those produced by Dave Case’s “anti-tinnitus CD” countermeasure (listen to the post below). Dave Case has made his CD available to TIs free of charge and stipulates that it is supposed to be listened to at night using headphones. Dave has claimed that using this CD for 2 to 3 weeks generally radically decreases and/or removes tinnitus and takes one out of the gang stalking program. He currently states that his anti-tinnitus CD has cured or helped 360 people.
I (Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom) have been using Case’s “anti-tinnitus CD” for about 8 months, as of April 30, 2017. So far, it has not “cured” my tinnitus but has made the constant ringing tone somewhat fainter and higher in pitch. Additionally, using this CD has apparently not gotten me out of the gang stalking program. As per recommendations of TI, Bryan Tew, I switched to using pleasing music (harp) instead.
At this time, I am not able to evaluate whether the sounds of Dave Case’s “anti-tinnitus CD” thwart/neutralize the sounds of RMN or actually ARE the sounds of RMN. Negative subliminal messages are apparently conveyed in the above recorded sounds of RNM and Dave Case’s anti-tinnitus CD is designed to mimic and thwart the sounds of RNM.
As of August 5, 2018, I am going to try using Dave Case’s CD (first three versions) again.
Following are the sounds of Dave Case’s “anti-tinnitus CD.” I leave it up to others to decide whether or not they wish to chance using the “anti-tinnitus CD” of Dave Case.