[–] letsdothis3 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Another Raniere patent - Intelligent switching system for voice and data https://patents.google.com/patent/US8068592B2/en?inventor=Keith+A.+Raniere

Inventors: Keith A. Raniere, Waterford, NY (US); Thomas A. Delaney, City Island, NY; Steven Danzig, Spokane, Washington; Saul Miodownik, West Hempsted, NY

Assignee: Global Technologies, Inc., Spokane, WA

Court case: Global Technologies, Inc. vs Microsoft (pdf) https://www.docketbird.com/court-documents/Global-Technologies-Inc-v-Microsoft-Corporation/RESPONSE-of-Appellant-Global-Technologies-Inc-to-the-motion-to-terminate-appeal-12-filed-by-Appellee-Microsoft-Corporation-in-17-2406-Service-09-01-2017-by-email-458411/cafc-2017-02406-01301056038?user_id=guest

Global Tech's attorney is Matthew Stavish of Schmeiser, Olsen & Watts, LLP

On FB Stavish is connected with a Kim Stavish who works at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Defense R&D Gets a Huge Boost Under the 2018 Omnibus - https://www.nextgov.com/policy/2018/03/defense-rd-gets-huge-boost-under-2018-omnibus/146895/

If federal funding for research and development was a lottery, then the Defense Department just hit the jackpot.

The Pentagon would get $89.2 billion to pour into new defense technologies under the 2018 appropriations bill the House passed on Thursday. That’s a $16 billion—or 22 percent—increase from 2017 and $6.5 billion above the agency’s budget request for this year.

Those funds would cover initiatives at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency as well as a handful of critical projects, including the Future Vertical Lift helicopter program, space security systems and the beleaguered F-35 fighter rollout.

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Under the bill, NIST would receive $1.2 billion, with more than 60 percent allocated to helping “advance U.S. competitiveness and economic growth” and a reduction to “lower-priority activities.” The agency, which creates cybersecurity standards for the government and private sector, would’ve lost 18 percent of R&D funds under the president’s proposed budget.

Re: F-35, see comment on Lee Venturino's company with the same name as Raniere's https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/3171446/18151850 Another coincidence

Need to look further into the patent attorney's law firm as they work with government agencies and the military.

[–] Blacksmith21 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I'm just playing catchup with this thread, thanks to @vindicator - if you catch a law firm name, let me know. If it's DC-based I may be able to add some flavor to the batter.

[–] letsdothis3 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

pdf of Microsoft/ Global Tech court case: https://frankreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/IPR2016-00669-Final-Written-Decision-mailed.pdf

GTI was a corporation of the State of Washington that was incorporated on February 10, 1995. Ex. 3001, 6. The Articles of Incorporation for GTI list Toni Natalie, Thomas Delaney, and Steve Danzig as directors; Toni Natalie as incorporator; and Alan L. Rubens as registered agent. See id. at 7–11. The initial annual report for GTI listed Toni Natalie as President, Secretary, and Chairman of the Board of Directors; Thomas Danzig as Vice President and Director; and Steve Danzig as Treasurer and Director. Id. at 4. The district court established that Toni Natalie initially owned 75% of GTI, whereas Thomas Delaney and Steve Danzig each initially owned 12.5% of GTI. GTI was administratively dissolved on May 20, 1996.

According to Washington law, “[a] dissolved corporation continues its corporate existence but may not carry on any business except that appropriate to wind up and liquidate its business and affairs.” Wash. Rev. Code § 23B.14.050(1). Despite its dissolved status, GTI continued to prosecute patents under the direction and alleged authority of Mr. Raniere.

Voat posts re Toni Natalie here

[–] letsdothis3 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Saul Miodownik, West Hempsted, NY was an electrical engineer, inventor and Director, Clinical Engineering, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY . He died in 2010.

A list of papers that he wrote: https://www.semanticscholar.org/author/Saul-Miodownik/2547835 (including for the RFID)

His inventions and patents https://patents.justia.com/inventor/saul-miodownik


An Anon on the boards has mentioned that Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre in New York has two floors which are sectioned off for ‘secret treatments’. RBG is being treated there and so it is possible that she could get Fetal Stem Cell infusions undetected.


[–] srayzie [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Good find!

[–] letsdothis3 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Thank you :-)

[–] Vindicator 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Here's what Rainier thinks a "Luciferian" is, from the Patent pdf:

The present invention provides an objective and accurate capability for determining whethera Luciferian may be rehabilitated. A Luciferian is a person, who commits destructive acts. A Luciferian is a type of Sociopath. He has severe behavioral problems that are masked by good psycho logical adjustment. He appears on the outside to be sane but he is not. A Luciferian is fundamentally unhappy and feels enmity toward others but has learned that, for him, pleasure can be had from achieving his selfish desires such as destroy ing material objects or relationships, and causing others pain, distress, or unhappiness. A Luciferian realizes his desires by any means—without consideration for others and without remorse. A Luciferian is a person lacking in conscience and loyalty to others. He commonly employs manipulation and deceit to achieve his desired end and is therefore capable of acts that could be highly destructive to those that interact with him. A Luciferian, therefore, typically experiences pleasure or gratification in situations where “normal” people would be repulsed or disturbed.

His goal is to see if they have any "humanity" and can be rehabilitated:

Testing for physiological evidence of elevated activity in the reward or pleasure center of the brain has not been used to determine whether a Luciferian may be rehabilitated or to determine a Luciferian's humanity. The present invention seeks to determine whether a Luciferian takes more pleasure in some aspect of human welfare, animal welfare, human value or human dignity than the pleasure that the Luciferian takes in destruction.

I wonder if he tried this on himself?

[–] mathemagician33 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I was just about to point out that he seems to fit the definition pretty well himself, lol.

[–] darkknight111 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Stinks of an MK offshoot.

[–] SandHog 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Yeah, those patents popped up on my radar last year sometime. At least that is when I first became aware of them. Perhaps he was checking to see if his work could be undone? I suspect that it was an effort to mimic Scientology's Narcanon program and use that as a tool for further recruitment and indoctrination. I didn't delve too deeply into it though because so much other shit was going on at the time.

[–] BrokenWolf 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Since Luciferians use a trauma based model...the one adopted by the Nazis and imported with Project Paperclip, my take on this is like it is testing a subject to see if it is sucepptable to other methods due to program breakdown.

Recording responses to stimuli doesn't sound like the deprogramming and integration actually needed.

[–] letsdothis3 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

The patent was registered by First Principles, Inc. who according to reports, has Nancy Salzman as the president. Here's a website for a company of the same name: https://www.firstprinciples.biz/about.htm

First Principles Incorporated was founded in July 2004 by Lee Venturino. We are excited about the opportunity to serve our customers with senior systems engineering, test engineering and analysis support. Please contact us for more information to see how we can help your organization.

First Principles Incorporated has combined an eclectic mix of unique talent that can be found nowhere else in the Department of Defense. Our experience spans individually over 25 years and collectively over 100+. We have helped design and test unique air vehicles, cruise missiles, defense systems, surveillance platforms, missile seekers, other vehicles and systems such as jammers, measurement systems and supportable low observables.

There's no connection with NXIVM, right? Asking for a friend.

[–] letsdothis3 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Edit: Re the Lee Venturino company, based in Virginia:


This Is The Most Important Technology On the F-35

Cognitive EW, today in its infancy, may one day help justify the Joint Strike Fighter’s enormous cost.

Patrick Tucker is technology editor for Defense One. He’s also the author of The Naked Future: What Happens in a World That Anticipates Your Every Move? (Current, 2014). Previously, Tucker was deputy editor for The Futurist for nine years. Tucker has written about emerging technology in Slate, The ... Full Bio

While the specifics of the jet’s electronic warfare, or EW, package remain opaque, scientists, program watchers and military leaders close to the program say it will be key to the jet’s evolution and its survival against the future’s most advanced airplane-killing technology. In short, cognitive EW is the most important feature on the world’s most sophisticated warplane. “There are small elements of cognitive EW right now on the F-35, but what we are really looking toward is the future,” Lee Venturino, president and CEO of First Principles, a company that is analyzing the F-35 for the Pentagon, said at a recent Association of Old Crows event in Washington, D.C.“Think of it as a stair-stepper approach. The first step is probably along the ESM [electronic support measures] side. How do I just identify the signals I’ve never seen before?” To understand what cognitive warfare is, you have to know what it isn’t. EW makes use of the invisible waves of energy that propagate through free space from the movement of electrons, the electromagnetic spectrum. Conventional radar systems generally use fixed waveforms, making them easy to spot, learn about, and develop tactics against. But newer digitally programmable radars can generate never-before-seen waveforms, making them harder to defeat.....

Applying the Brain Algorithm to EW Warfare

There could be no cognitive electromagnetic warfare without cognitive radar, a concept fathered by electronics researcher Simon Haykin in his prescient 2006 paper “Cognitive Radar: A Way Of the Future.”

..... But machine learning algorithms can’t learn without data, lots of it. While Facebook can access records from a billion-plus users, getting data from adversaries about the unique waveforms that they’re experimenting with is a more challenging task. The military can’t just ask China to opt-in to an information-sharing agreement.

.....If the United States, Russia, or China were ever stumble into a hot war, the F-35 and air defense systems like the Nebo-M would likely face off against one another. It’s yet more indication that EW, like cyber, is emerging as the next great arms race. But unlike previous arms competitions, adversary EW is advancing far faster than U.S. military acquisition programs can keep up. That explains, in part, why the Pentagon is interested in cognitive systems that can adapt and evolve on their own.

“Right now, we know that these machines are going to be able, through learning machines … to figure out how to take care of that waveform in the mission while it’s happening,” Work said at CNAS. The subject of his talk was the Third Offset Strategy, the Pentagon’s $13 billion moonshot program to re-secure its technological advantage. The fact that cognitive EW made its way into the speech says a lot about its importance to the Pentagon’s plans.

A cached pdf document mentioning both Keith Raniere and Simon Haykin but makes no sense to me : Odin Sphinx Keith Raniere https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Kb4wl3ciy2IJ:https://ptest.adac-nrh.de/odin-sphinx-keith-raniere.pdf+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ch

Apparently Raniere authored a book called Odin & the Sphinx https://www.abebooks.com/products/isbn/9780979873201?cm_sp=rec--vhr_1--plp&reftag=vhr_1

Also The Sphinx & Thelxiepeia by Keith Raniere and Ivy Nevares, HiS Holiness The Dalai Lama (Foreword) https://www.abebooks.com/servlet/SearchResults?an=keith%20raniere&cm_sp=det--plp--author

Confirmed by the Frank Report https://frankreport.com/2018/02/11/keith-raniere-revamps-website-keithraniere-com/

[–] zerost8te 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Helicopters in NYC utilize a similar weapon. If information is posted on a website for the public to review, then it was developed much earlier.

Most of these 'ideas' or 'inventions' came from agency people stealing tech and using the cover of a corporation to circumvent the constitution and cover their tracks regarding human use practices.

[–] letsdothis3 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Guardian article: Dalai Lama enlightens and enraptures contemplative scientists in Boston

Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, was given a rapturous reception by mindfulness researchers, but tactfully avoided the controversial question of applications in the military

...Security was tight before the meeting, with an entire floor of the Marriott Hotel in lockdown. The atmosphere outside the hall was an odd mixture of tension and calm as delegates practised their morning yoga or meditation while a dozen dark-suited security personnel double-checked mindfulness researchers who set off the airport-style body scanners. The previous evening, they had been asked jokingly not to bring their guns to the meeting.

Joining the Dalai Lama on the platform was Richard Davidson, a psychologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and one of the first scientists to work with the Dalai Lama. “I’m reminded how lonely the journey was at the beginning,” said Davidson. “There were fewer than 10 people doing this research on the planet.”

Also on the platform was Amishi Jha, a psychologist at the University of Miami who has investigated potential applications of mindfulness in business and the military, with the help of grants from private foundations and the US Department of Defense.

Amishi Jha http://mindfulnessinamericasummit.com/

Mindufulness in America conference co-hosted by Anderson Cooper.. there's another cough CI_A cough link ..

[–] letsdothis3 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Jesus, the more one looks the weirder this gets... Looking through Ivy Nevares twitter feed.. last few tweets focus on the Superbowl and avocados not making it across the Mexican border... so I do a search for avacados in the pizzagate subverse.. PS: Ivy is connected with ESP and NXIVM

So some tweets from Ivy..

A retweet from Neil deGrasse Tyson https://twitter.com/neiltyson/status/1092204344299134977

The #SuperBowl: Momentum & Energy transfer. Elastic & Inelastic collisions. Spin-stabilized Prolate Spheroids. American Football is Physics.

The avocado tweet https://twitter.com/ivynevares/status/1083612747391221760

There's a gas crisis that's paralyzing parts of Mexico. I've come to enjoy American football, but how exactly does a shortage of 'Super Bowl guac' become headline news compared to, say, how it's affecting people? Leave it to the media

Voat posts:

Avocados from Mexico SuperBowl Commercial was Not What You Think - Oh My! PizzaGate and AvoSecrets Exposed!

Superbowl Commercial Mocking Pizzagate researchers

Noob on subverse and Chandler dig - Question about Rachel 'Ray' Chandler and Chandler Trusts

A biography on Tribune’s Web site says Jeffrey Chandler is president and chief executive officer of Chandler Ranch Co., a large grower of avocados in California. He once owned several radio stations in San Diego County.

Edit: Another tweet https://twitter.com/ivynevares/status/1026424524957528064

The end of an era

That's in relation to Raniere's Knife Media. Interesting to check out the accounts that liked that tweet.

[–] letsdothis3 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Cognitive Dynamic Systems: Perception-action Cycle, Radar and Radio By Simon Haykin

The new sciences of complexity (whose birth was assisted by the Santa Fe Institute)...

See Jeffrey Epstein's charity "Gratitude America, Ltd." :::

Speaking of 'evolutionary dynamics' that reminds me of a technology-based post I still have to do which ties in Epstein and the Santa Fe Institute and the algorithms they are using to track, monitor and 'nudge' populations through the social media platforms... Gaarrrrr... not enough time for everything...

See: What about...Santa Fe? Epstein territory. Can anyone dig further?

........ Geoffrey West, Ph.D, was named to Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World" in 2007, with his work selected as a “breakthrough idea” by Harvard Business Review in 2006. He is a theoretical physicist and Distinguished Professor and former President of the Santa Fe Institute, with primary interests in fundamental questions ranging from elemental particles to universal scaling laws in biology, while developing a quantitative science of cities, companies and global sustainability.....

Here he is : Why Don’t Humans Live for More than 100 Years? | Physicist Geoffrey West Basically he's another nutter transhumanist.

EDIT: I need to sign off for now .. but this Karen Hurst needs looking into for the connections.. she writes many articles about the Pentagon's programs on EW and they are all published on the Jeffrey Epstein's Lifeboat Foundation website : https://www.virtualrehab.co/karen-hurst-joins-virtual-rehab-advisory-board/

tag words: NextGen , moonshot programs

[–] Vindicator 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Yeah, I remember when this was first found. How the hell did he win a patent on this crap, that's what I wonder. Most patent applications are turned down, I thought.

[–] Blacksmith21 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Could it be the basis for a future legal defense?

[–] shewhomustbeobeyed 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

[–] srayzie [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Thank you girlfriend!

[–] shewhomustbeobeyed 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

You're welcome.

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