NYPD Testing T-Ray to Target Guns: Satanic Scientism Courtesy of Caltech

Satanic Scientism Courtesy of Caltech

Introduction by Paul Powers – Jan 31, 2013

The “natural energy emitted by people” referred to in the beginning of this article is more commonly know as an aura. Not visible by the naked eye, it is most certainly there. The same is of course true of the energy that enables man made wireless technology (radio, television, cell phones etc). It is believed by some experts that these man made frequencies, particularly the newer ones, may interfere with and cause damage to the human energy field. The negative and harmful effects of constant exposure to cell phones are very well documented as they have been in use by the general public for over twenty years. 21st century terahertz scanner technology will most likely prove to be much worse. The United States Transportation Security Administration had almost 400 terahertz X-ray body scanners in use by November, 2010 (remember the underwear bomber and Senator Joe Lieberman).
Leading the way in this technology that steals your privacy and possibly your physical well being (or worse) is the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). America’s finest scientific research university has its origins deeply rooted in black magic and occultism financed by top illuminati families such as Guggenheim and Rockefeller. Without question the father of American rocket science is Dr. John (Jack) Whiteside Parsons, cofounder of Caltech’s infamous Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Aerojet Corporation, and inventor of jet assisted takeoff (JATO). Parsons was a product of what is known as generational satanism. In fact, he was a descendant of one of the founders of the Hell Fire Club of Britain. His first official experimental rocket test for Caltech which began the Jet Propulsion Laboratory was done on Halloween of 1936 in the area of the Arroyo Seco River near the Devil’s Gate Dam (get it) next to Pasadena.
Six years after the Halloween “black christening” of the JPL, the self proclaimed most evil man alive and black magician of the British “elite” (Aleister Crowley) made Parsons the Grand Master of the California branch of his Ordo Templi Orientis (Order of Oriental Templars). Another six years later in 1952, he was killed in a explosion of mercury fulminate. Mercury (Hermes) in roman/greek mythology is the messenger of the gods whose was responsible for conducting the souls of the dead to Hades (hell).
Mercury (Hermes) is also considered to be the father of occult wisdom, the founder of astrology, the discoverer of alchemy, and according to Albert Mackey’s encyclopedia of freemasonry “one of the founders of masonry”. Jack Parsons was both literally and figuratively destroyed by “Mercury”. Parsons crater on the battered dark side of the moon is named after him.

Police Tool Targets Guns

Tamer El-Ghobashy – Wall Street Journal Jan  23, 2013

The New York Police Department is testing a new device it says can detect firearms concealed beneath layers of clothing, a high-tech crime-fighting tool seemingly torn from the pages of science fiction.

The so-called T-Ray machine detects terahertz radiation, a high-frequency electromagnetic natural energy that is emitted by people and can penetrate many materials, including clothing.

“If something is obstructing the flow of that radiation, for example a weapon, the device will highlight that object,” said Commissioner Raymond Kelly, who described the device Wednesday in a speech at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.

News of the device prompted concerns from privacy advocates, though they also saw a potential benefit: It might render unnecessary the legally disputed police policy of stopping and frisking people who haven’t been first identified as suspects in crimes.

In an image displayed by Mr. Kelly, the T-Ray scanner highlighted the body of a plainclothes officer in neon green—with a gun clearly visible as a black shape. The image was captured with the officer standing about 30 feet away.

You get a sense of why we’re so hopeful about this tool,” Mr. Kelly told the audience, which was mostly members of the New York City Police Foundation, a nonprofit group that raises money for the department.

Another photo showed the machine, tripod-mounted and about the size of an old-style projection television and housed in blue plastic. Officials said in its current form, the machine could be mounted on a truck and deployed to sites identified as prone to gun violence.

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