Throughout the history of the human race, wars were fought with bigger and better weapons. Muskets replaced bows and arrows, automatic rifles replaced single action ones, rockets replaced cannons, aircraft carriers replaced battleships, ballistic missiles replaced bombers, jet interceptors replaced propeller driven fighters. Weapons got more accurate, faster, with greater ranges of action and greater explosive power. In all of the wars until now, technology and numerical superiority determined victory. Superior technology, tactics and numerical strength were the key elements in warfare. All wars fought until now were "technology wars." Wars were technological superiority were decisive. Since we are being invaded by an alien force from another world, we have a different kind of war. Our war with these beings is one of mind control, mind scan, and telepathic control, as reported by Budd Hopkins, David Jacobs and Raymond Fowler.
We can call this type of conflict "telepathic war" to differentiate if from a "technology war." A "telepathic war" uses telepathy as a weapon in addition to the machines of a "technology war." Until now, the creatures abducting us could do so at will: they could "switch off" people or render them powerless, manipulate people's thoughts and cause them to move against their will, project mental images to us, masquerade as a friendly or sexually attractive human, and scan our entire minds. The "thought screen helmet" is our only defense in a "telepathic war." I call this device a "thought screen helmet" because it prevents aliens from performing any kind of mental control over us. It blocks out all alien thought so humans can no longer be manipulated or controlled, and it prevents aliens from completing mental communication with us so people cannot be abducted.
The term "thought screen" is derived from the science fiction novels of Edward Elmer Smith, otherwise known as "Doc" Smith. Smith had his characters use "thought screens" to block out telepathic control. "Thought screens" were used in his novels as a defense to "telepathic war." With a working thought screen, fantasy has become reality. We can fight a "telepathic war."
Temple University professor David Jacobs, Ph.D., the author of the highly regarded books "The UFO Controversy In America" and "Secret Life," has spent more than 30 years researching UFOs and alien abduction. But it was only recently that he came to feel he had solved the mystery to his own satisfaction. The solutions he arrived at are the subject of his third book, "The Threat: What The Aliens Really Want And How They Plan To Get It" (Simon and Schuster)
"You've got to remember these beings are telepathic beings. They tap right into your thoughts. I don't want anybody tapping into my thoughts. When I was down in Brazil earlier I gave a paper on what it's like to live in a telepathic society based on abductees' testimony about the society that the aliens live in and the kind of telepathy that the abductees experience. And Sean, you don't want that society. You want to be private. You want to keep your thoughts private. You want to have individual expression, individual thoughts. You want to be able to do what you want to do without anybody knowing. And in their society, that's not necessarily true. It's a different kind of society."
Reliance on telepathy
When the alien's telepathic powers are neutralized by the "thought screen helmet" they do not attempt to abduct their victims. Without their telepathic power they cannot render their victims passive.
The first thought screen helmets were made in 1998 and used aluminum foil. They were sent to an investigator in Iowa. The investigator reported that one user tried it for a short time with no results. Afterwards, the investigator could not be reached and the whereabouts of the helmets are unknown.
About 8 thought screens were made in early 1999 using a metalized plastic which is used in static shielding bags. Six users reported success but two users were overcome by telepathic commands from the aliens, removed the helmets and were taken.
From 1999 to 2008 over 100 people abducted by aliens have reported using thought screen helmets and hats made with Velostat. Since 1999 only two abductees were taken when they wore thought screen helmets with Velostat. Most of the other abductees using thought screen helmets reported success. Some abductees could not be reached after they tried their thought screen helmets.
In 2007 several thought screen helmets were made with ten and twelve sheets of Velostat. Although eight sheets of Velostat are adequate telepathic shielding in most cases, some abductees state that they had a headache or felt nauseous with that level of protection. This situation may indicate that the aliens have increased the power of their telepathic transmission, especially when they directly confront their victims, but the signal remains scrambled by the Velostat.
As a general rule you should line whatever hat you are using with as many sheets of Velostat or LINQSTAT you can stuff into it. Velostat and a similar material, LINQSTAT, have impedance, as shown below by the thought screen helmet with a mulitimeter reading in ohms. Both materials do not hold a static charge when grounded. They are technically described as a conductive polyethylene film commonly used as a static control material in numerous semiconductor, electronics and Smartcard applications due their easy-grounding nature. Both materials meet military specification MIL-P-82646A. They have different conductive properties than metals.
The Fluke multimeter indicates a reading of 52 ohms as shown below demonstrating the impedance of Velostat.
The Fluke miltimeter indicates a reading of 0 ohms from aluminum foil as shown below. It is the unique conductive properties of Velostat than enable it to scramble telepathic communication and control from aliens.
Make a pattern to cut the Velostat sheets
1.Hold the hat open and push the paper into the hat. Push the paper against the inside and top of the hat. A newspaper will do.
2.Take the hat with the paper in it and put it over your head. The paper should be just above your ears and flush with the front and the back of the helmet. Pull the hat and the paper down over your head. Make sure the paper and the hat are secure against your head.
3.Remove the hat and the paper, taking care to keep the paper with the hat.
4.Use a marking pen or grease pencil and draw a line on the paper where it meets the hat.
5.Remove the paper from the hat and cut along the line you just made.
The paper shape is the pattern from which you will cut the 8 pieces of Velostat. (12 pieces if you use 4 mils thick Velostat.)
Cut 8 sheets or more of Velostat using the pattern you just made.NOTE: Minimum shielding is 8 sheets of Velostat 6 mils thick or 12 sheets of Velostat 4 mils thick Some abductees report success with helmets using only 5 sheets of Velostat but 8 sheets are recommended as the aliens transmit a tremendous amount of energy. Use more sheets if you can get them in the hat.
1.Measure the width of the pattern.
2.Cut 8 sheets of the 6 mil, 36" Velostat, part number 1706, to the width of the pattern.
3.Place the pattern over each sheet of Velostat and draw a line on the Velostat sheets around the edge of the pattern. A highlighter marking pen is light enough to show up on the Velostat.
4.Cut out each pattern shape on the Velostat sheets.
5.You are now ready to tape each Velostat sheet into the hat.
Prepare strips of tape to secure Velostat sheets to the hat.
1. Cut small strips of tape about 1/2" wide and as long as the tape width, which should be 11/2" to 2" long, and stick them to the back of a dinner plate or other smooth surface for use.
2. You will fill four or five platefuls of tape strips during the construction of the thought screen.
Insert the first sheet of Velostat into the hat and tape it to the hat with four or five strips of tape by the following method:
1.The back of the pattern is flatter than the front. Measure the back with a ruler and determine the center of the Velostat sheet.
2.Place two strips of tape on the back side of the Velostat, one strip 1/2" to the left of the center and one strip 1/2" to the right of the center. Place about half of the strip on the Velostat.
3.Place the other half of each strip to the back of the hat.
4.Push the Velostat into the hat with your hand. Make sure the Velostat touches the inside top of the hat.
5. With the Velostat inside the hat, pull the hat and the Velostat over your head.
6.It may take several trys to do this successfully.
7.It works best if you put the hat and Velostat on the back of your head and pull it forward over your head.
8.Once the Velostat is as flush to the hat as possible, pull the hat and the Velostat off your head.
9.Trim the excess Velostat about 1/4" from the sides of the hat.
10.Pull the hat and the Velostat over your head again to check how it fits. When you remove the hat and Velostat, hold the Velostat to the hat with your hand so it doesn't slip out of the hat.
11. If you are sure that the Velostat is as close to the hat as possible, trim it up to the edge of the hat with a scissors. If you are not sure that you got the Velostat flush to the hat, remove the hat, push the Velostat back into the hat and put the hat over your head again for another try.
12.Secure the Velostat sheet to the hat with 4 or 5 strips of tape on the front and 3 or 4 additional strips on the back of the hat.
13.You can place one or two strips of tape on the sides of the hat to hold the Velostat, but final taping of the sides is done last.
Pull the helmet and the Velostat over your head to seat the Velostat inside the helmet. Repeat this procedure for every sheet of Velostat you install into the helmet.
Don't trim it flush the first time. After you have made an initial trim leaving some extra slack, try on the helmet again to make sure that the Velostat is into the helmet as far as it will go, then remove the helmet and do a final trim the second time.
Make sure that the Velostat is as snug to the inside of the helmet as you can get it. Make the Velostat flush with the edge of the helmet.
Place the remaining sheets of Velostat into the hat using the method just described.
1. Always start the insertion of the Velostat into the hat using tape on the back of the hat first. This will hold the Velostat secure as you pull it and the had over your head.
2. Place the strips of tape at the back of the hat at different widths from the center, so the tape does not pile up onto each other.
3. It is critical to get the Velostat as flush to the inside of the hat as possible, because each layer builds up. Extra space may prevent the insertion of the 8 sheets required for an effective thought screen.
4. As additional sheets of Velostat are added to the hat, the dimensions of the Velostat become less, so you trim off more of each inserted sheet.
5. Don't trim the Velostat to the edge the first time, Always try the hat and Velostat over your head at least twice before making the final trim and application of tape.
When all 8 sheets are cut and taped to the inside of the hat, test the hat for fit before final taping. Secure the Velostat to the hat with strips of tape.
1. Tape the Velostat sheets securely to the hat with strips of tape all the way around.
2. Tape the sides of the hat last by holding the hat taut with one hand and applying tape strips with the other hand.
Tape over any creases or folds of Velostat on the inside of the helmet. Add the finishing layer of tape over the sides of the hat and Velostat. Tape any loose ends.
1.Apply horizontal sheets of tape over the vertical strips for a final covering.
2. Apply a layer of tape over the strips from the inside first, then a layer over the outside strips of tape second.
3. Apply tape to any areas that need reinforcement. Remember, you will sleep with the hat on.
4. YOUR THOUGHT SCREEN IS COMPLETE.
Although the thought screen helmet works well without a ground for most people, some people wearing the helmet report a buzzing sound. The sound can be completely eliminated by grounding the thought screen helmet with a two wire insulated ground and two grounding rods, well connected to the velostat in the helmet.
Note final layer of tape on helmet. Your helmet or whatever hat you use for a 'thought screen' should be well taped, as you will sleep in it and wear it as often as possible.