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Invisiblemicro
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Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator
    #1653958 - 06/22/03 06:08 PM (18 years, 3 months ago)

Electronic Brain Stimulator

?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

Maybe I'll try this one :wink:

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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: micro]
    #1654908 - 06/23/03 12:39 AM (18 years, 3 months ago)

Becarefull there.
Im no electrical engineer, but you might be able to hurt yourself with a 9-volt. Any advice for this brave soul? :thumbup:? :thumbdown:


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: David_Scape]
    #1654957 - 06/23/03 01:04 AM (18 years, 3 months ago)

yes nine volts is WAY too much for your head. you don't need to do anything more than putting a quartz crystal near your third eye if you need a voltage boost


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: shroomsi8]
    #1655999 - 06/23/03 04:07 PM (18 years, 3 months ago)

well, transdermal application of squarewaves shouldn't actually deliver too much voltage into the actual brain tissue...
i wonder if the effect could be facilitated by riding the low-frequency pulses on top of a 40kHz carrier...
ummmm, electrodes --- well, a couple of nice _silver_ dimes would work well, and for electrode paste, well, toothpaste gel works great...
my chief worry would be having the pulses be polarizing... must be some way to have the pulses spend equal time above and below zero potential (maybe use the 4049 to drive an op amp with a split power supply?)


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: micro]
    #1662058 - 06/25/03 06:48 PM (18 years, 3 months ago)

< ME, RIGHT NOW!
Hey! I'm feelin enlightened already!
Or, am I only light headed?


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: gnrm23]
    #1668581 - 06/28/03 04:10 AM (18 years, 3 months ago)

Any other thoughts anybody?
I plan on making one of these in the next few days.
I'll try and give a full report once it's built and tested, but I'm not hoping for anything too radical from it. But it would be cool if it did work, given that it only costs a few dollars to make.

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my chief worry would be having the pulses be polarizing... must be some way to have the pulses spend equal time above and below zero potential



I'd say it already does, wouldn't you?
And what's the danger you perceive?


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: zeta]
    #1670934 - 06/29/03 06:15 AM (18 years, 3 months ago)

Well I made it today, and it works!

Cost of the parts was a few dollars.
Time to build: about an hour (much less if you're a competent solderer).
You can test it easily by putting an ordinary LED across the contacts, this will allow you to judge the frequency too. Without any accurate way of measuring frequency, I'd judge the frequency range to be from about 2 Hz to 50 Hz, perhaps more or less (impossible to judge by eye).
I'm running it off a variable voltage plug pack (3, 4.5, 6, 7.5, 9, 12 volts).
So I made some cotton sleeves for the contacts and moistened them with very salty water, and put them against my head, by the ends of my eyebrows.
Let me tell you, the effect of this thing is pretty unmistakable. It's like a weak strobe light is behind you. Your vision flashes in time with the pulses, eyes open or closed. I had the plugpack set to 6V at first, then turned it down to 4.5V and the effect is still quite strong. If it's turned up too high then your muscles in the vicinity of the contacts start going nuts.
Moving the contacts further away from your eyes reduces the visual effects. I haven't used it long enough (yet) to notice any brainwave entrainment effects, but I'll give it a proper go soon.

If you're thinking about building one, then don't think a) it's hard to build, b) it's expensive, or c) it doesn't do anything, because that's just not the case.
I have quite a lot more testing to do before I can find whether this device has any real value.


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: zeta]
    #1671661 - 06/29/03 04:46 PM (18 years, 3 months ago)

Cool! Where'd you get the IC's from? I went to Radio Shack, and they said they don't carry hex inverters anymore. Can't really say it suprises me.

Guess I'll have to hit up a real electronics store during the week.

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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: ]
    #1688544 - 07/05/03 08:12 PM (18 years, 2 months ago)

M.K.Ultra - wasnt it the mind kontrol research project started by government in 60ties or smth???
Oh, my!!! Mayhaps something like this was used on Mark Chapman...




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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: ivi]
    #1754821 - 07/28/03 04:57 AM (18 years, 2 months ago)

Oh boy! You guys really wanna have some fun using electronics for tinkering with your brains?

SHAKTI!

Applying magnetic signals for consciousness exploration, spiritual growth, altered-state experience, and learning brain structure and function.

Out-of Body Experiences, Remote viewing, and more.

Shakti LITE can induce induce spiritual experiences and transformation for many people when used according to instructions. It's also a powerful tool for consciousness exploration.
And you dont have to apply any electric current directly to your head!

http://www.innerworlds.50megs.com/shakti_lite/

im sure some of you have heard if this.
mine's comin in the mail sometime this week.

also check out http://www.voodoomachine.com/ if you are into actuall electric current being shot into your head.


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: gir]
    #1756609 - 07/28/03 05:09 PM (18 years, 2 months ago)

gir, have you got the Shakti LITE yet? Any conciousness alterations and cool stuff to report?


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: Ellis Dee]
    #1764744 - 07/31/03 02:35 AM (18 years, 1 month ago)

Havent got it yet, it will probably be the beginning of next week. I post my findings here of course. Meanwhile, im gonna go take an electro magnetic pulse bath to try and get rid of all these damn little goverment issue nanobots that are crawling all over me. Little bastards are hard to terminate!


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: gir]
    #1775577 - 08/03/03 03:44 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

I don't think any one has posted this in this thread yet, www.voodoomachine.com <--Same thing, but I hear it's hype, the "gel" you put inbetween skin and the sensors is thought to have chemicals that are absorbed through the skin, since it isn't approved by the FDA. But I don't know.
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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: MrSleep]
    #1776328 - 08/03/03 08:56 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

Yeah,
I mentioned the voodoo magick box in my first post on this thread. I ordered one when they were first introduced, waited like 6 weeks and was kinda let down. The most ive gotten from it is a feeling of being really heavy coupled with a small decrease in ability to walk, similar to consuming a couple beers. Nothing really impressive though. The effect itself is caused by whats called cranial-electrical-stimulation, or CES. More CES devices can be found at http://www.welnesstools.com. All the gel does is give the electrodes better contact with your skin.

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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: gir]
    #1776606 - 08/03/03 10:31 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

Hey gir are you sure it wasn't the gel?
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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: MrSleep]
    #1777311 - 08/04/03 03:47 AM (18 years, 1 month ago)

Im pretty sure the gell isnt drugged or anything. As soon as i remove the electrodes, the effects cease. And when the machine is turned on full power, i can feel the jolts in my head. The jolts even cause a brief flash in my visual field.

Heres some pics of the gel.





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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: gir]
    #1786242 - 08/06/03 09:03 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

i've been planing to build this for quite some time and i will, just don't know when


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: therrapyn]
    #1786320 - 08/06/03 09:26 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

Same thing I'm pretty sure. Hackcanada did a similar thing the voodoo box, a review, and a thing on "hacking" it.
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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: Anonymous]
    #1947160 - 09/24/03 09:00 AM (18 years, 6 days ago)

put it on your left temple you can scramble electric magnetic pulses and your thinking will become clearer and more observant just like a savant i think you leave it there for about 40 mins


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: spudamore]
    #1950338 - 09/25/03 05:06 AM (18 years, 5 days ago)

Is that a fact? What sort of signal should I use?


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: gir]
    #1951137 - 09/25/03 03:06 PM (18 years, 5 days ago)

My friend has one of these. I've never tried it out though. There's just something very unsettling to me about using a machine to mess with my brain waves. Are these things really safe to use? What in the hell are they used for anyway? (besides the strobe visuals)


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: Demiurge]
    #1951294 - 09/25/03 04:07 PM (18 years, 5 days ago)

shakti lite---On the order page it sez "DO NOT USE IF YOU ARE AMBIDEXTEROUS"

What the hell man?


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: simplemachine]
    #1953279 - 09/26/03 04:05 AM (18 years, 4 days ago)

Quote:

simplemachine said:
shakti lite---On the order page it sez "DO NOT USE IF YOU ARE AMBIDEXTEROUS"

What the hell man? 



LOL! :lol:

Thats a good question. 


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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: micro]
    #2944262 - 07/30/04 12:51 PM (17 years, 1 month ago)

Here's something I found on the usenet...

Shakti Lite a dangerous device

Here is a bibliography of Persingers "research"...

If Persinger can take a break from testing his "highly accurate" remote viewing psychics, have them see which finger I'm holding up.

There are 72 citations, all of which fit into one of the following
categories: (all lifted directly from the titles)

UFOs, PSI, fingerprint personality tests, the paranormal, telepathy,
poltergeists, card-guessing, phantasms, precognition, UFO related cancer,
apparitions, dream telepathy, clairvoyance, ESP, Ego-Alien Intrusions,
abduction experiences, visitation experiences, cognitive influence at a distance, past lives, remote viewing,
and the artist Ingo Swann.

-Jake
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Persinger MA, Roll WG, Tiller SG, Koren SA, Cook CM. Remote viewing with the
artist Ingo Swann: neuropsychological profile, electroencephalographic
correlates, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and possible mechanisms.
Percept Mot Skills. 2002 Jun;94(3 Pt 1):927-49.
http://tinyurl.com/34lut

Koren SA, Persinger MA. Possible disruption of remote viewing by complex
weak magnetic fields around the stimulus site and the possibility of
accessing real phase space: a pilot study.
Percept Mot Skills. 2002 Dec;95(3 Pt 1):989-98.
http://tinyurl.com/3gh3g

Persinger, M.A. Transient geophysical bases for ostensible UFO-related
phenomena and associated verbal behavior? Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1976, 43,
215-221.

Persinger, M.A. The problems of human verbal behaviour: The final reference
for measuring ostensible PSI phenomena. The Journal of Research in PSI
Phenomena,
1976, 1, 72-90.

Persinger, M.A. A force/delta D and delta T concept applied to paranormal
events: general comments. The Journal of Research on PSI Phenomena, 1976,
1,1-8.

Persinger, M.A. What factors can account for UFO experiences? American
Psychological Association, Symposium on Using Hypnotic Procedures in the
Investigation of UFO Experiences, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 28 August, 1978.

Persinger, M.A. ELF field mediation in spontaneous PSI events: direct
information transfer or conditioned elicitation? Psychoenergetic Systems,
1979, 3, 155-169.

Persinger, M.A. Limitations of human verbal behaviour in context of UFO-related stimuli. In R.F. Haines (Ed.), UFO Phenomena and the Behavioral Scientist.
Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1979.

Persinger, M.A. Possible infrequent geophysical sources of close UFO encounters:
expected physical and behavioral-biological effects. In R.F. Haines (Ed.),
UFO Phenomena and the Behavioral Scientist. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press,
1979, Pp. 396-434.

Persinger, M.A. Earthquake activity and antecedent UFO report numbers.
Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1980, 50, 791-797.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: III. Prediction of UFO
reports by geomagnetic and seismic activity. Perceptual and Motor Skills,
1981,53, 115-122.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: IV. UFO reports and
fortean phenomena: temporal correlations in the central U.S.A. Perceptual and Motor
Skills, 1981, 53, 299-302.

Persinger, M.A. Predicting UFO events and experiences. Presented to the
Toronto Society for Psychical Research, October, 1981.

Schaefer, D., & Persinger, M.A. Fingerprints and personality scores.
Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1982, 54, 1021-1022.

Persinger, M.A. Predicting UFO events and experiences. Invited Paper at
MUFON Symposium, 2-5 July, 1982, Toronto, Ontario.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior. VII. Prediction of
recent European UFO report years by nineteenth century luminosity and solar-seismic
variables. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1983, 56, 91-95.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior. VIII: Specific
prediction of UFO reports within the New Madrid states by solar-geomagnetic and seismic
measures. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1983, 56, 243-249.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior. IX: Expected clinical
consequences of close proximity to UFO-related luminosities. Perceptual and
Motor Skills, 1983, 56, 259-265.

Persinger, M.A. The tectonic strain theory of luminosities (UFO reports):
determining optimal temporal, spatial and intensity parameters. Pursuit,
1983, 1, 21-35.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and human behavior: XV. Tectonic
strain luminosities (UFO reports) as predictable but hidden events within pre-1947
Central U.S.A. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1983, 57, 1227-1234.

Persinger, M.A. Prediction of historical and contemporary luminosity (UFO)
reports by seismic variables within western Europe. Experientia, 1984, 40,
676-681.

Persinger, M.A. & Derr, J.S. Geophysical variables and behavior: XIX. Strong
temporal relationships between inclusive seismic measures and UFO reports
within Washington State. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1984, 59, 551-566.

Persinger, M.A. Propensity to report paranormal experiences is correlated
with temporal lobe signs. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1984, 59, 583-586.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and human behavior: XVIII. Expected
perceptual characteristics and local distributions of close UFO reports.
Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1984, 58, 951-959.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: XXI. Geomagnetic
variation as possible enhancement stimuli for UFO reports preceding earthtremors.
Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1985, 60, 37-78.

Persinger, M.A., & Schaut, G.B. (Presented). Intense subjective experiences
occur during days of quiet, global geomagnetic activity. Presented at the
100th year Anniversary of the American Society for Psychical Research: The 28th
Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association), 12-16 August, 1985, Tufts
University, Medford, Mass.

Derr, J.S. (presented) & Persinger, M.A. Luminous phenomena, earthquake
lights and tectonic strain. Presented at the 4th Annual Meeting of the Society for
Scientific Exploration (Princeton University, October 29-31, 1985).

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: XXII. The tectonogenic
strain continuum of unusual events. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1985, 60,
59-65.

Persinger, M.A., & Derr, J.S. Geophysical variables and behavior: XXIII.
Relations between UFO reports within the Uinta Basin and local seismicity.
Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1985, 60, 143-152.

Schaut, G.B., & Persinger, M.A. Subjective telepathic experiences,
geomagnetic activity and the ELF hypothesis: Part I. Data analyses. PSI Research, 1985,
4(1), 4-20.

Persinger, M.A., & Valliant, P.M. Temporal lobe signs and reports of
subjective paranormal experiences in a normal population: a replication. Perceptual and
Motor Skills, 1985, 60, 903-909.

Persinger, M.A., & Derr, J.S. Geophysical variables and behavior: XXXII.
Evaluations of UFO reports in an infrequent area of seismicity: the Carman,
Manitoba Episode. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1985, 61, 807-813.

Persinger, M.A. Subjective telepathic experiences, geomagnetic activity and
the ELF hypothesis: Part II. Stimulus features and neural detection. PSI
Research, 1985, 4(2), 4-23.

Persinger, M.A. (1985). Geophysical variables and behavior: XXX. Intense
paranormal experiences occur during days of quite, global, geomagnetic
activity. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 61, 320-322.

Schaut, G.B. & Persinger, M.A. (1985). Geophysical variables and behavior:
XXXI. Global geomagnetic activity during spontaneous paranormal experiences:
A replication. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 61(2), 412-414.

Gearhart, L., & Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and human behavior.
Onsets of historical and contemporary poltergeist episodes occurred with sudden
increases in geomagnetic activity. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1986, 62, 463-466.

Mattsson, D., & Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: positive
correlations between numbers of UFO reports and earthquake activity in
Sweden. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1986, 63, 921-922.

Derr, J.S., & Persinger, M.A. Luminous phenomena and earthquakes in southern
Washington. Experientia, 1986, 42, 991-999.

Persinger, M.A., & Cameron, R.A. Earth faults in some poltergeist-like
cases? Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1986, 80, 49-73.

Derr, J.A. (presented) & Persinger, M.A. Temporal association between
Zeitoun luminous phenomena and regional seismic activity. Society for Scientific
Exploration. Sixth Annual Meeting (Austin, Texas), 29-30 May, 1987.

Makarec, K. & Persinger, M.A. (1987). Geophysical variables and behavior:
XLII. Negative correlations between accuracy of card-guessing and
geomagnetic activity: A case study. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 65(1),
105-106.

Persinger, M.A. (1987). Spontaneous telepathic experiences from phantasms of
the living and low global geomagnetic activity. The Journal of the American
Society for Psychical Research, 83, 23-36.

Lewicki, D.R., Schaut, G.H. & Persinger, M.A. (1987). Geophysical variables
and behavior: XIV. Days of subjective precognitive experiences and the days
before the actual events display correlated geomagnetic activity. Perceptual
& Motor Skills, 65(1), 173-174.

Lewicki, D.R., Schaut, G.H., & Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and
behavior: XLIV. Days of subjective precognitive experiences and the days
before the actual events display correlated geomagnetic activity. Perceptual and
Motor Skills, 1987, 65, 173-174.

Persinger, M.A. and Schaut G.B. (1988). Geomagnetic factors in subject
telepathic, precognitive and postmortem experiences. The Journal of the
American Society for Psychical Research, 82, 217-235.

Arango, M.A., & Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: LII.
Decreased geomagnetic activity and spontaneous telepathic experiences from
the Sidgwick collection. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1988, 67, 907-910.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: LIII. Epidemiological
considerations for incidence of cancer and depression in areas of frequent
UFO reports. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1988, 67, 799-803.

Derr, J.S., & Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: LIV.
Zeitoun (Egypt) apparitions of the Virgin Mary as tectonic strain-induced
luminosities. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1989, 68, 123-128.

Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: LV. Predicting the
details of visitor experiences and the personality of experients: The temporal lobe
factor. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1989, 68, 55-65.

Persinger, M.A., & Krippner, S. Experimental dream telepathy, clairvoyance
and geomagnetic activity. Journal of the American Society for Psychical
Research, 1989, 83, 101-116.

Persinger, M.A. The tectonic strain theory as an explanation for UFO
phenomena: A non-technical review of the research, 1970-1990. Journal of UFO Studies,
1990, 2, 105-137.

Persinger, M.A., & Derr, J.S. Geographical variables and behavior: LXI. UFO
reports in Carman Manitoba and the 1975 Minnesota quake: evidence of
triggering by increased volume of the Red River. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1990, 71,
531-536.

Persinger, M.A., & Derr, J.S. Geophysical variables and behavior: LXII.
Temporal coupling of UFO reports and seismic energy release within the Rio Grande
rift system: discriminative validity of the tectonic strain theory. Perceptual
and Motor Skills, 1990, 71, 567-572.

Derr, J.S., & Persinger, M.A. Geophysical variables and behavior: LXIII.
Quasi-experimental evidence of the tectonic strain theory of luminous
phenomena: the Derby, Colorado earthquakes. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1990, 71,
707-714.

Persinger, M.A., & Fisher, S.D. Elevated, specific temporal lobe signs in a
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Re: Build an Electronic Brain Stimulator [Re: micro]
    #2955297 - 08/02/04 08:51 AM (17 years, 1 month ago)

I read an article in scientific american a while back on transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). Pretty fascinating stuff. Studies have shown that by stimulating certain areas of the prefrontal cortex, subjects are able to solve geometric puzzles more rapidly. Stimulate other areas, and people become more alert. Stimulating areas involved in speech control caused subjects to temporarily be unable to speak. Lots of potential with this stuff, the main limitation though is that it can only be applied to areas on the surface of the brain.


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