Friday, April 20, 2012 - Tempe, Maricopa County, USA
On Wednesday I traveled to an appointment and noticed police vehicles scattered along the route on my way there and during the return. A Phoenix PD patrol car passed me as I was approaching the exit that I needed to take for my appointment. Afterwards I traveled to a nearby grocer, bought groceries, then traveled home. Shortly after leaving the grocer, I noticed a Phoenix PD patrol car go by on the other side of the surface street I was traveling on. After entering Scottsdale and taking the route I always take, I noticed two Scottsdale patrol cars parked near the road, in such a way the the drivers could talk to each other. Shortly after entering Tempe I caught a red light right before traveling under the Red Mountain freeway, and as I was sitting at the light an Arizona Highway patrol car came off the highway with lights going but no siren, which went under the underpass and got back onto the Red Mountain heading in the opposite direction. The effect was such that I encountered a marked police vehicle at regular intervals along a route I travel routinely once a week. This is not the first time this had happened.
Tuesday night I was hit hard with directed energy weapons and reawakened every time I started to fall asleep. After about an hour of this I gave up, got dressed, and went to a nearby location with WiFi access and worked. The next night I was 'allowed' to get about 8 hours of fragmented sleep, and last night I was awakened again by strong attacks to my kidneys after about 1-2 hours of sleep. When I was hit again after falling back asleep, I gave up and returned to the WiFi location. So, for the past three nights I have been able to get about 11 hours of fragmented sleep.
Yesterday morning I was hit painfully in the right kidney, or the back muscle surrounding the right kidney. To record the event I placed a voice recorder on that location and fell back asleep. Normally I keep both digital voice recorders next to my head (in a hat that I wear while sleeping) because there has been a lot of effort in trying to target my head, especially my left temple. Something woke me up an hour later and I didn't feel right, so I went for a 4 hour bicycle ride. During the first 20-30 minutes I noticed that I was easily irritated and treated every suspected stalking event or person as a personal attack. As the ride wore on, this unusual way of interacting with the world faded and I regained my normally mellow/tolerant attitude. Right before getting out of bed I checked the skin temperatures over my kidneys, and the r. kidney area was 0.1 to 0.2 degrees cooler than the left, about 98.1 F, but temple temperatures were 99.7 F for both sides. My back temperatures were fairly normal, but head temperatures indicate I was running a fever; however, head temperatures first thing in the morning frequently indicated I had a fever most mornings (> 90% of the time) for the past five months.
Something similar happened the previous week - in the morning I noticed I was having disturbing images flash through my mind occasionally, but after 1-2 hours this completely faded. A few months ago I noticed while preparing breakfast that felt like I stopped caring about things, but when I concentrated on the details of this feeling I realized what was missing was an ability to REMEMBER why I should care. In other words, the memory traces that allow me to judge how much I care about someone or something were not available to me that morning and again this form of amnesia faded as the day wore on.
Since the beginning of last year I've noticed an increased effort to target my left temple/forehead while sleeping, so I try to avoid sleeping on my left side. The targeting to the left temple seems to depend primarily on it being oriented toward the apartment below. According to the NeuroSkills website (http://www.neuroskills.com/brain-injury/temporal-lobes.php) there are eight symptoms that could result from damage to the temporal lobe and these are:
1. disturbances in auditory perceptions and sensation
2. disturbances in visual perceptions
3. disturbances in auditory and visual attention
4. impaired verbal skills
5. impaired language comprehension
6. impaired long-term memory
7. altered personality and moods
8. altered sexual behavior
Since I moved out of a homeless shelter into my own apartment in February 2011, I have experienced visual artifacts, vertigo, nausea, nystagmus, sudden onset irritability, and the above mentioned events. An abnormal EEG last November indicated the front part of my brain had suffered physical trauma. All of these things are consistent with directed energy targeting of my temporal lobes, including my inability to remember why I should care about such things as whether I should leave egg shells in my fried eggs.
Left temporal lobe damage would impair my ability to comprehend and remember what I'm reading. Severe damage to either temporal lobe would cause substantial personality changes, including paranoia, rage, aggression, and increased sexual activity. Such changes would be consistent with an extra-legal program of psychiatric persecution through directed energy-induced head trauma.