🔴Victims of China’s Electromagnetic Mind Control Technology Provide Testimonies, Seek Help


Victims of electromagnetic mind control technology in China filed a group appeal to Beijing Supreme People's Procuratorate on May 8, 2018. (Courtesy of the  Bloody Mind Control organization)

Victims of electromagnetic mind control technology in China filed a group appeal to Beijing Supreme People’s Procuratorate on May 8, 2018. (Courtesy of the Bloody Mind Control organization)SOCIAL ISSUES

Victims of China’s Electromagnetic Mind Control Technology Provide Testimonies, Seek Help

By Olivia Li October 30, 2019 Updated: October 30, 2019biggersmallerPrint

Thousands of Chinese citizens claim that they are victims of electromagnetic (EM) mind control technology, a high-tech attack which uses EM waves to penetrate the brain in order to alter and influence a person’s mind, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.

There are over 400,000 alleged victims across China, and they have filed numerous complaints individually or in groups to the different levels of government agencies. The victims are ordinary citizens and political dissidents, and they all seek for answers.

The large scale and the type of advanced technologies involved prompted many to believe that the perpetrator behind the attacks could be the Chinese regime itself.

China joined the Human Brain Project in 2001, and the leading Chinese scientists in this project openly claimed that they needed to make the best use of a special advantage in China, that is, its large population has an abundance of human brains.

A group of victims have formed an organization called “Bloody Mind Control” and have reached out to the international society for help. Many provided detailed testimonies on the group’s website, hoping that scientists in this field will step out to corroborate their claims and join them in their fight against the misuse of science and technology in China on its own citizens.

A Nationwide Crime

Mr. Zhong, a representative of “Bloody Mind Control,” told the Chinese-language Epoch Times that “mind control” has a history of nearly 60 years in China, and victims can be found all over the country, spanning all age groups and walks of life.

Some relatively more educated victims have gone through great efforts to research their situation and have posted their experiences online. They found that there are many people throughout China who have similar experiences, and learned about the scientific development of brain control technology in the country.

“A report compiled in 2002 revealed that at least 400,000 victims have filed complaints, and the number is still growing,” Zhong said.

According to Zhong, starting from 2016, victims filed group lawsuits in 24 provinces to provincial level agencies. Then the group reported their situation to the national level judicial system six times since 2017.

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Sixteen victims of mind control technology in Shanghai filed a group lawsuit to Shanghai’s judicial system on Sept. 26, 2016. (Courtesy of Bloody Mind Control organization)

“The Chinese authorities paid no attention to our cases. Many victims, including myself, were sent to mental hospitals and treated as psychiatric patients,” he said.


  1. Victim Conducts Experiments to Prove He’s Not Hallucinating

Mr. Wang, a former journalist in China, recently disclosed his experiences with the Chinese-language Epoch Times.

Wang said starting from 2016, he heard a voice talking to him inside his head. “Whatever I had on my mind, that voice was able to verbalize it. Moreover, only I could hear it, others couldn’t.”

This situation worsened over time. It felt like an endless sonic attack and is very disturbing and painful, Wang said.

“I would call it verbal violence. It goes with you all the time, like your shadow. The person who controls this voice can read your thoughts, including your memories, and know about your weaknesses, shortcomings, and past wrongdoings. Then the person would use this knowledge to humiliate, scorn, and berate you. Every verbal abuse is like a heavy blow hitting my weak spots.”

Although the “symptoms” are very similar to an auditory hallucination, Wang did a couple of experiments to prove that he was a victim of a “mind control” attack.

“In one experiment, I was able to block out electromagnetic waves by covering the walls, ceiling and floor with metal plates [used in printing newspapers]. I stopped hearing that voice in my head.”

In another test, Wang thought of a high musical note from a song, but the voice could not produce the sound.

“When the ‘voice’ tried to sing the note I was thinking about, the pitch was a lot lower. This indicates the voice is controlled by humans, not machines. Sometimes I tested the voice by thinking in local dialects, and I found that the voice could not mimic the different dialects either.”

The long-term interference from the mind reading, sonic attacks and remote manipulation has seriously disrupted Wang’s daily life and career. Wang finds it difficult to focus and think analytically. When the interference was most severe in 2018, it set his nerves on edge and became easily agitated.

Wang was involved in four car accidents in less than a year. “During that time, I would inevitably fall asleep when driving for more than 10 minutes. I was not in a deep sleep, but a in state of quasi-sleep, and I had absolutely no control over it,” Wang explained.

In three of the four accidents, he hit a car in front of him. In another, he drove right into a house, and his car ended up in an upright position.

Wang said the suffering was beyond description, to the point that he contemplated suicide.

  1. The Earliest Allegation: A Case From the 1970s

77-year-old Xin Zhongqing is one of four victims who claims he experienced the effects of “mind control” technology during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976). In January 1971, Xin said he was framed and accused of being a counter-revolutionary. He was subjected to political persecution, and refused to “confess” despite the endless harassment. The Chinese Communist Party has used forced confessions as a tool of political control.

Since then, he felt that his mind was under surveillance. He also felt pain from beatings, even though no one was beating him physically.

“I was smart enough to figure out that they were using some secret high-tech torture on me. I openly protested against it,” Xin wrote in his testimony.

Xin said the torture method changed over time.

“Since the mid-1990s, these criminals must have been hiding in a secret mind-control institution. They remotely target some of my body parts, including my head, brain, nose, neck, throat, shoulder, waist, chest, legs and even private parts. The attack causes great discomfort, including pain, itching, and feeling hot and cold. The most shameless of all is the sexual torture they remotely imposed on me!”

“I suffer this kind of torture every day, every moment! Even when I leave my home to travel for a business trip or to go out sightseeing, I continue to suffer.”

  1. Victim Receives Threatening Messages

Yao Duojie, a former five-star hotel manager in Shenzhen, told the Chinese-language Epoch Times that he has been disturbed by strange voices and receives terrifying messages since 2007. The incidents occur spontaneously.

“Whatever I think about, whatever I do, whatever I see, the voice will speak it out. Some time later, I began to hear threatening messages, saying that someone will kill me or arrest me. Again at a later stage, as soon as I closed my eyes, unpleasant images would appear [in my mind]. I lived in terror day in and day out,” Yao said.

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Yao Duojie, a former five-star hotel manager in Shenzhen, describes his suffering as a victim of electromagnetic mind control technology, and protests the inhumane practice of conducting human experiments on unsuspecting Chinese citizens. (Courtesy of Yao Duojie)

“How did I find out it is mind control? On one occasion in 2007, I heard a group of voices saying, ‘He is not yet aware that he is under mind control.’ I never heard the term ‘mind control’ before and I became curious. I searched online, and found that there are many others who suffer the same situation as I do. I also learned from Central China Television’s military program about the existence of mind control weapons and how they work.”

  1. Similar, But Diverse, Experiences

Almost all the victims who shared their experiences online said that someone out there can read their thoughts.

28-year-old Yi Shenglin worked for a government agency in Guilin, Guangxi Province, in 2003. One day he had dinner with a colleague at Kirin Palace, a local restaurant. When he came home, he thought to himself, “The cured meat at Kirin Palace is very tasty.” Immediately, he heard a voice echoing the same thought in his mind, “The cured meat at Kirin Palace is very tasty.” Then several child-like voices said with great excitement, “Heard it, heard it! He said, ‘The cured meat at Kirin Palace is very tasty!’”

On that same night, Yi took a bath and went into his bedroom to get dressed. Unexpectedly, he heard the same voice which echoed him on the “cured meat” saying, “Fancy that this guy is not wearing underwear in his bedroom!” He was shocked and realized that someone out there could see the same thing he was looking at even when all the windows were covered by curtains.

A victim named Peng Yishan said the voices he heard in his mind were obviously from several different people because he heard both men and women speaking.

Many victims said the voice disturbance occurs around the clock, making it impossible for them to get a good night’s sleep. Besides being verbally and emotionally abused, such as being scorned or humiliated, others have felt pain and irritation in certain body parts. Some also felt like they were being sexually harassed and tortured.

Some individuals also reported more uncommon forms of harassment and control.

Gao Xiaowei, a female victim in her twenties from Liaoning Province, said that in addition to the common forms of harassment from “mind control,” she often has dreams involving pornography, homosexuality and incest. Gao said she never had any such thoughts during the daytime, but such images often appear in her dreams.

Another unnamed victim said pornographic images “forcibly appear” in her mind when she is awake, although she doesn’t have an interest in such things.

Qi Changling said she would sometimes feel ashamed when there was nothing to be ashamed of—she felt it was very strange. One day, when she encountered this feeling again, a voice in her mind told her, “The electrowave to make one feel ashamed was sent over to cause this effect.” All of a sudden she realized that this unnatural feeling was a result of someone controlling her mind.

Some victims said the voices in their head often try to manipulate them to commit suicide. Others say the voices try to make them kill their family members.

Chinese Dissidents Are Also Victims

Political dissident Jia Jia, 68, was granted political refugee status by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and accepted by New Zealand as a permanent resident after he fled China in 2006.

In October 2009, Jia returned to China. When he arrived at the main international airport in Beijing, he announced that he was on a mission to bring democracy to the Chinese people. He was arrested at the airport, and was later sentenced to 8 years in prison for “subversion of state power.”

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Chinese dissident Jia Jia openly defected from the Chinese Communist regime during a trip to Taiwan in 2006. In this photo taken on Nov. 4, 2006, Jia Jia’s son Jia Kuo called on the international society to help his father, who was seeking political asylum in Thailand after Taiwan rejected his asylum application. Both Jia Jia and Jia Kuo later became targets of electromagnetic mind control. (The Epoch Times)

Jia Jia’s son, Jia Kuo, later revealed that his whole family, while in New Zealand, suffered from “mind control” and sonic attacks. It was a very painful experience, and to make things worse, it was extremely difficult to provide solid evidence to convince others of what they were going through.

Jia Kuo said that his father decided to go back to China because he wanted to ask the Chinese regime to target him only and to stop persecuting his family members.

Rights activist Shen Aibing, from eastern China’s Jiangsu Province, told the Chinese-language Epoch Times that he may have been a victim of EM mind control technology.

The Chinese authorities tightened control of all dissidents on their list ahead of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party. Along with other dissidents, Shen was under 24 hour surveillance starting from Sept. 3, and his whole family started to experience abnormal health condition since then.

“Sometimes when I watched TV, I would suddenly feel dizzy and feel heavy pressure in my head, and I couldn’t move. I could not fall asleep either, as I heard drumming in my ears that caused a splitting headache. My memory deteriorated as well. When I tried to write an essay, my brain would just stop working. I was healthy before all this happened,” Shen said, adding that his daughter suffered in the same manner.

Another dissident victim is Lu Qianrong, a freelance writer who spent much time defending the rights of Chinese peasants, and is therefore targeted by the Chinese regime as an “enemy.”

Lu told the Chinese-language Epoch Times that he believes other people can read his thoughts. Oftentimes, he had a thought on his mind, and within 5 minutes, he heard a group of people inside his head telling others what he had just thought of. Because these people could read his mind, they were able to anticipate his plans, and the authorities tried to persecute him accordingly.

Lu said he believes the Chinese regime is experimenting on its own people to further master brain technology, and at the same time, using that technology to persecute political dissidents. Lu knew about a disabled veteran, named Wang Yan, who believes he became a victim of “mind control” after he petitioned the central government to provide aid to impoverished veterans.

Hong Kong-based Apple Daily reported in March 2014 that during the “Two Sessions” (a major political meeting where top lawmakers and political advisers discuss future policies and personnel changes) that year, the issue of mind control technology was brought up during a press conference. Liu Yuan, China’s political commissar of the General Logistics Department of the People’s Liberation Army, encountered a reporter who asked him, “Are the Chinese authorities conducting a scientific research called ‘mind control’?” Liu responded, “Mind control is one of our secret projects. I cannot reveal any more details.”