Neurophone

Neurophone

Postby huntingross » Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:04 am

For those that recall the Canadian G20 crowd control videos, where the advancing artillery played head splitting sirens at the gathered protesters or

For those that recall the scenes in Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol where they hide in a corridor playing dripping water noises to the guard to prompt him to leave his station in search of the noise in his head then this is your inventor -

Patrick Flanagan

http://pesn.com/2012/07/10/9602131_Did_Tesla_Reincarnate_as_Patrick_Flanagan/

Neurophone

Patrick invented the Neurophone when he was 13. According to his biography, it is a device that:

"...By-passes the 8th cranial hearing nerve and transmits sound into long term memory centers of the brain through a 'dormant' amphibian/reptilian hearing organ which was previously thought to be an organ of balance, the saccule. The saccule has since been shown to be an ultrasonic hearing organ that detects ultrasonic sound only if the sound is transmitted through the tissues and bones of the body. Whales and dolphins ‘hear’ through the saccule. The only way our ancestors would have used the saccule for hearing is when they were swimming in water with whales and dolphins. The saccule has nerve channels that extend to all parts of the brain, including the 'hearing' centers of the brain. Under the right conditions, totally nerve deaf people have been able to hear with the Neurophone. The Neurophone patent was filed in 1959 and it took 14 years for the U.S. Patent Office to issue the patent because the Defense Department considered the device to be vital to National Security.

He designed the Neurophone because: "I couldn't stand sleeping because I couldn't learn why I sleep; wanted to be able to learn 24 hrs/day." The problem with playing audio tapes while sleeping, is the brain naturally filters out the information. Not so with the Neurophone. The Neurophone also balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain and increases IQ.

Patrick said that when Tesla was sitting in vicinity of machines he had built, he could hear the spark discharge as if it were coming from inside the head. But it's a phenomena he didn't pursue.

Patrick designed a loudspeaker that uses longitudinal waves and is not any louder standing next to it than it is at one mile away. He has not commercialized that yet.

Patrick pursued it at 13, and implemented longitudinal waves into it.

At first, the patent was rejected because they said it wouldn't work. But when he brought the Neurophone to the Patent Office and enabled a deaf employee to hear, then the government got involved and slapped a national security gag order on it. He finally got it released when one of the 3-letter agency guys made good on a promise to help him out, because he was willing to help by giving them a voice encryption methodology.

When he was 17, lecturing at the Mayo Clinic, a brain specialist asked him if he could measure his brain activity. The specialist said that his brain activity was identical to the Swami Rama who had meditated in a cave for 30 years. Patrick's brain showed these patterns while awake and even while working on a mathematical equation. He attributes part of that to the Neurophone, though I imagine that part had to do with the seven previous lifetimes as a monk.

The devices are presently being built (a batch of 700 under way) in Germany and can be purchased by request through the contact page at http://phisciences.com (they are not listed explicitly).


And as an aside, remember the masonry dissolving device in Mission Impossible Ghost protocol when they need to escape out of a dead end to the tunnel below. Same thing that was reported to have happened to the Twin Towers. Of course none of this stuff exists, its just Hollywood !
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Re: Neurophone

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Re: Neurophone

Postby BrianEvans » Tue Jan 26, 2016 5:55 am

Another device that uses the new hyperspatial, virtual state, nested modulation technology (and has done so for seventeen or eighteen years) is Dr. Pat Flanagan's neurophone. With brilliant insight and intuition far beyond that of science at the time, Pat invented and patented the instrument by the time he was seventeen years old. The neurophone is a device that, contrary to all present theory and knowledge, will directly “pump the brain” and reproduce sound and information directly in the brain and mind system, without going through the auditory system at all.
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