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L Tecolote, truly outstanding post with frightening implications that are not theoretical or wild conspiracy theory.

Make sure you also read the lower story in that link, “Project Blue Beam: Yes, the Gov’t Researched Projecting Holograms of God as a Mass Psyop,” just below the main story in the link you posted. And do NOT just focus on the top portion that talks about a faked second coming of Jesus Christ, or the gigantic hologram of Allah floating over Baghdad. Keep reading. And as the article suggests, think back to Forrest Gump sitting on the TV sets of actual old TV programs, including being right next to LBJ. We thought that was “neat” at the time. But that only showed what they could already do with that kind of technology way back when Forrest Gump came out – and like most things, the technology they showed the public wasn’t anywhere near what really existed. I saw that first hand in the late 60s with what was technologically possible then, vs. what we marveled at with Google Maps Satellite View just within the last five years. We were already there in 1969.

Keep reading further down in that 2nd article and you’ll find the following:

One more cute trick one of the boys at Los Alamos National Laboratory developed had to do with voice cloning.

The technology could take a 10-minute digital clip of anyone’s voice and, in near real-time, the speech patterns could be cloned to create a convincing fake of the person… a fake that could be made to say anything they wanted it to and it would sound real.

“Gentlemen! We have called you together to inform you that we are going to overthrow the United States government.” So begins a statement being delivered by Gen. Carl W. Steiner, former Commander-in-chief, U.S. Special Operations Command.

At least the voice sounds amazingly like him.

But it is not Steiner. It is the result of voice “morphing” technology developed at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico.

Add to that the “Voice-to-skull (V2K)” technology discussed just below the above, and it gets even far worse. You start hearing voices directly in your head, and think they’re real? Be careful – they may be! Except the origin and purpose may not be what you think it is. There are types of hearing aids that create vibrations into the skull (BAHA or Bone Anchored Hearing Aids and similar devices). The sound travels from the pickup unit in the device to a transducer (vibrator) stuck deep and snugly in the ear canal, or anchored in the skull just behind the “dead” ear. That vibration then travels through bone in the skull, and is picked up by the cochlea of the good ear on the opposite side, and the person hears it as sound. While direction isn’t possible to discern (i.e. you don’t know where the sound is coming from because it all sounds like it’s in the good ear – which it essentially is at that point), it’s still very real sound in that good ear. What if your skull is being vibrated from an external source without your knowledge or consent, and you’re hearing it in both ears (assuming you’ve got both ears functioning well), so you can’t tell where the sound is coming from, but it’s very real – right there in your head? Far fetched? Not even a chance. That technology is being used by people all over the world right now who have single-sided deafness and a well-functioning good ear on the other side. It’s been in use for well past a decade, possibly two. It’s MUCH lower tech than a cochlear implant – all it needs is something to create a vibration in the skull (easy), and the well-functioning ear(s) picks it up as “natural” sound. Try it yourself – put on your hearing protector, then scratch the back of your head. You’ll hear that scratching loud and clear – from inside your head, through bone conduction.

So, we can create voices in people’s heads, or synthesize people’s voices, synchronized with a completely synthesized image on a video screen, and have exactly what L Tecolote describes in this thread’s title. It is not theoretically possible, it’s being done right now – whether “just” in labs or movies, or in virtual real time in the MSM.

I have to be honest – I find this to be not only spooky, but honestly frightening. You’re right – we cannot trust what we’re really seeing on TV. Are Trump and Cruz even saying the things they’re saying on “live” TV (or Billary, Obama, or whoever)? Who knows? With this technology happening on YouTube and other places, what are governments doing with it? Anyone remember the movie “Wag the Dog” with Dustin Hoffman? That was nothing compared to what this could accomplish. And “Wag the Dog” was 19 years ago. Fiction, of course….

We might as well turn off the TV, and skip even internet news – because they get theirs from the various media network sources. Absolutely amazing, the potential of it all (or perhaps the existing reality of it all).