"'ELF' refers to low-frequency electromagnetic waves, a technology used for submarine communications that conspiracy theorists believe the government employs to monitor and manipulate unsuspecting citizens, the FBI said." CNN 9/26/13
This is how CNN & the F.B.I. presented Aaron Alexis to the public. That he was "delusional." However, the FBI may have overlooked a crucial point of evidence.
It dates back to Waco, Texas and The Branch Davidians. That evidence is that the FBI considered employing the same technology Aaron Alexis said was being used on him to the incidence in Waco, Texas in 1993. They commissioned a specialist in the very same field of technology that Aaron Alexis described to the Newport, Rhode Island Police Dept.
The technology the FBI considered employing was though a Russian scientist named Igor Smirnov.
"Smirnov's background included military research, and the care of drug addiction and mental illness. He founded the Psychotechnology Research Institute at the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia to work on ideas like "psychocorrection", a term he used to denote the use of subliminal messages to alter a subject's will, or even modify a person's personality without their knowledge.
The Institute caught the attention of Chris Morris and Janet Morris who were reportedly attempting to sell technology to the United States military. The FBI consulted Smirnov regarding the Waco Siege in 1993. Smirnov proposed piping subliminal messages from sect members' families through the phone lines during negotiations. David Koresh to surrender, however the FBI declined the plan. Smirnov died in November 5, 2004, leaving his wife to run the Institute."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igor_Smirnov_%28scientist%29 "Morris was elected to the New York Academy of Sciences in 1980. Morris served as Research Director and Senior Fellow (1989–1994) at the United States Global Strategy Council, as well as Adjunct Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (1993–1995). Morris partnered with John B. Alexander and co-authored The Warriors Edge, which explores embracing unconventional psychological combat techniques, in 1990. Janet Morris and the USGSC's campaign for the creation of a non-lethality panel resulted in the assembly of the Non-lethality Policy Review Group, led by Major General Chris S. Adams, USAF (retd.) in 1991. The group earned the political backing of Sam Nunn, chair of the United States Senate Committee on Armed Services.
Janet Morris published numerous white papers in 1991, detailing the USGSC’s non-lethal war doctrine proposals. The papers promoted diversifying and expanding non-lethal weapon capability for use in increased American intervention in global conflicts. The papers urged additional development of anti-personnel incapacitant s as well as vehicular area denial devices.
Morris visited Moscow in 1991 to the Moscow Institute of Psycho-correlations and observed the demonstration of the transmission of subliminal commands via infrasound. In 1995, Morris and her husband and frequent co-writer Christopher Morris founded M2 Technologies."
Here is the web address of M2 Technologies:
Which advertised in their "Publications" section "Weapons of Mass Protection." But the website is not coming up. It also has vanished from Google's search engine. However, Janet Morris' co-author, John B,. Alexander still has his website:
Perhaps the F.B.I. should stop by and ask Mr. Alexander what he can tell them about "conspiracy theories."