The Pandora Project
The Pandora Project In 1953 the Russians began to bombard the United States Embassy in Moscow with electromagnetic high spectrum radiation, but the fact was kept secret from embassy employees. Several employees eventually died as a result of the microwave attacks. The United States sent a secret memo giving hazard pay to embassy employees in the mid 1970s. The USSR had secret meetings with the Uni...
Paperback: 294 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 22, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
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“This is an incredible story that begins to fill in gaps in my memory just as Steve Packard begins to regain his own after a terrible accident. Strangely, a sense of deja vu is present as you read this story. Truth might be labeled fiction but when it...”
ed States to try to head off an arms race on electromagnetic weapons. The United States politely refused. In retaliation the USSR began to bombard the Embassy in earnest. The United States Advanced Projects Agency set up labs at universities and hospitals around the United States to participate in Project Pandora. Scientists began sampling monkeys to study the biological effects of highly concentrated microwave frequencies. In one study, a well-known scientist experimented on human subjects using tiny electrodes that were forced through the skull into the brain. Using radio frequencies forced through the special brain transponder, the subject became extremely susceptible to post-hypnotic suggestion. Unfortunately, after the procedure, the subject could no longer be hypnotized without the use of the electrodes. The scientist stated that these weapons were more dangerous than atomic destruction. With the knowledge of the brain, he was able to directly, robotize man. It was in fact experimentally used on a number of highly intelligent student volunteers from MIT and UCLA. The end result was an intelligence agent that could withstand brutal conditions, emotional trauma, and distress, including death with an air of indifference. Unfortunately, some of them were difficult to control. This is their story. On the outside, Steve Packard seemed like a normal man, living a normal life. With a tested IQ of 168, he breezed through a PhD in Computer Science at MIT, as if it were an after thought. His resume was a who’s who of prestigious companies and large accomplishments. His dominant negative trait was that at one time, he was a heavy smoker. He had tried everything to quit, even going to several hypnotists that became extremely frustrated by his inability to reach a hypnotic state. But Steve had a secret, a secret that he himself did not fully understand. He frequently awoke in night sweats, with strange dreams of unusual places he was certain he had never been. The dreams were filled with terrible sounds and screams of the dead and the dying. The smell of burning flesh scorched his nostrils. In his dreams he carried a Colt 1911, an AK-47, sometimes a Remington 700 with a Redfield scope and a .35mm camera with a long telescopic lens. The team he worked with was similar to him. They were all young, extremely intelligent, and damn good with almost any firearm. They worked under extremely difficult and hazardous conditions and were often under fire from the enemy. He rarely remembered anything the next morning and the memories he did have seemed to wisp away like smoke in the wind within a couple of hours. One morning, on his way to work, Steve removes his seat belt in an attempt to retrieve a document that had fallen into the floor of his car. As he retrieves the document, he looks up to see a tractor-trailer jack-knifed in the middle of the road. His car hits the trailer and plummets him through the windshield onto the open road. Steve loses his consciousness. In the hospital, Steve is in a deep coma for over two months. And in this coma, the great iron door of his psyche plummets open to reveal the secrets of The Pandora Project, the memories of which are more than any man should have to survive. The Pandora Project is a whirlwind of intelligence and international intrigue.