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mevlana
13th August 2013, 21:22
Aselsan is a military R&D division. It started loosing his engineers 9 years ago with unexplained suicidal incidents.
http://www.milliyet.com.tr/2008/01/04/son/sontur01.asp

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o0WKbtmVoE

Recently a Nero psychologist submitted his criminological report to the court.

http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/gundem/24464659.asp

Paul
13th August 2013, 21:42
Recently a Nero psychologist submitted his criminological report to the court.

http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/gundem/24464659.asp
A portion of the Google translation of this last link:




4 ASELSAN engineers committed suicide in succession in 2006-2007, Prime Ministry Inspection Board's report to the prosecutor's office by surprise. According to the report, the engineers can be dragged into the remote eletromanyetik suicide attack.

ASELSAN engineers committed suicide in 2006 and 2007 to examine the fourth Prime Ministry Inspection Board, last week, in Ankara Public Prosecutor's Office may be directed to report to the engineers talked about suicide remote electromagnetic attack. Specialist Professor of Neuropsychology Assembly famous during the survey. Dr. Nevzat Tarhan is by contacting an outside influence that can not be asked for their opinions. Tarhan meeting also offered his thoughts by making a report. Based on this opinion sent to the prosecutor's office in the Board's report, the engineers 'telekinesis' might have been exposed to the so-called electromagnetic attack, and asked not to ignore the possibility of being directed to commit suicide. Prof. speaking to Hürriyet. Dr. Tarhan, no doubt attracted a lot of suicides and said, gave the following information: "Electromagnetism through the head of a person sending a wave of intensely painful, tense can be achieved. People lose the perception of time and space that is under intense pressure. Gets depressed, a state can really get through. Becomes suicidal. Electromagnetism can also use it as a weapon.

This report speaks of a "suicide remote electromagnetic attack", which is not the same as the "remote viewers attack" you mention in this thread's title.

So I am a bit confused as to which is suspected in these cases (of suspicious deaths of engineers working on military projects, to eliminate dependence on foreign military technology): "suicide remote electromagnetic attack" or "remote viewers attack".

aranuk
13th August 2013, 23:30
Hi Mevlana, can you tell us in English what these articles are saying, Lutfen.
The google translations are not really understandable. Cok tesekur ederim.

Stan

Atlas
14th August 2013, 14:12
March 05, 2007: (cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php?topic=5345.0 (http://cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php?topic=5345.0))


about the suicides:

August 7, 2006 Mechanical engineer is found dead in a car
January, 16 2007 electric engineer found shot in his car
January 26, 2007 another electic engineer allegedly commits suicide, throws himself from 7th floor balcony, leaving a note

Aselsan does not make any statements on this issue. All the suicides are in the last 6 months and these engineers are young between 26 and 31 years of age.
August/06/2013: (hurriyetdailynews.com/turkish-board-cites-telekinesis-as-possible-cause-of-mysterious-suicides (http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkish-board-cites-telekinesis-as-possible-cause-of-mysterious-suicides-.aspx?pageID=238&nID=52081&NewsCatID=341))


Turkish Prime Ministry Inspection Board cites ‘telekinesis’ as possible cause of mysterious suicides

The suspicious suicides of four engineers working at the Turkish corporation ASELSAN could have been caused by telekinesis, according to a report by the Turkish Prime Ministry Inspection Board.


The report, presented to the Ankara Public Prosecutor in accordance with the ongoing investigation over the 2006-2007 suicides, claimed the victims could have been directed toward the suicides by way of telekinesis, citing the work done by neuropsychology expert Nevzat Tarhan.

Hüseyin Başbilen, an engineer at Turkey’s military research and development enterprise, Aselsan, was found dead in his car on Aug. 7, 2006. A court ruled in 2009 that he committed suicide. Two other engineers working at Aselsan died shortly after Başbilen.

Halim Ünal was shot in the head with one bullet on Jan. 17, 2007, while Evrim Yançeken fell from the balcony of his sixth-floor apartment nine days later. Burhanettin Volkan allegedly killed himself in 2009.

Tarhan’s study, included in the board’s report, asked the prosecution not to disregard the possibility of telekinesis as a possible cause of the suicides, which could cause severe distress and headaches in the victims, giving them a tendency to kill themselves.

The waves could be sent from 1.5 kilometers, and could direct victims towards a suicidal state of mind, Tarhan told daily Hürriyet.

Tarhan said an overcharge of electromagnetics could have also had the same effect on the engineers, which would then indicate neglect.

All three engineers were working on a friend-or-foe recognition system for Turkish warplanes at the time of their suicides, which had been brought back to public debate during the Ergenekon coup trials.

Telekinesis recently made the news after journalist Yiğit Bulut claimed that certain powers were trying to kill Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan through telekinesis. Weeks after his teories, Bulut was named a chief consultant for Erdoğan.

ASELSAN is one of country’s leading military electronics companies, with multiple defense and technology awards in its history.

7 August 2013: (www.dailymail.co.uk/Did-TELEPATHY-make-young-engineers-kill-Official-s-bizarre-theory-spate-deaths-military-research-site.html (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2386420/Did-TELEPATHY-make-young-engineers-kill-Official-s-bizarre-theory-spate-deaths-military-research-site.html))


Four engineers working at one of Turkey’s leading military electronics companies, who allegedly committed suicide, could all have been killed through telekinesis – the ability to manipulate or move objects with the mind, it is claimed.

Hüseyin Başbilen, who was one of the four working at the Aselsan corporation, which has won several defense and technology awards, was found dead in his car in August 2006.
Halim Ünal was shot in the head with one bullet in January 2007 while Evrim Yançeken fell from the balcony of his sixth-floor apartment nine days later.


Two years later a fourth engineer at the corporation, Burhanettin Volkan, allegedly also killed himself.
Başbilen, Ünal and Yançeken were working on a friend-or-foe recognition system for Turkish warplanes at the time of their suicides, brought back to public debate during the so-called Ergenekon coup trials, which saw dozens jailed for life following a plot to overthrow the government.

Now a report by the Turkish Prime Ministry Inspection Board has decided the four dead could have been directed toward the suicides by way of telekinesis.
The report, presented to the Ankara Public Prosecutor, cites work done by neuro-psychology expert Nevzat Tarhan.


Tarhan’s study asked the prosecution not to disregard the possibility of telekinesis as a possible cause of the suicides, which could have caused severe distress and headaches in the victims, giving them a tendency to kill themselves.

The waves, causing the headaches in the victims, could have been sent from 1.5 kilometers away, and could have directed the victims towards a suicidal state of mind, Mr Tarhan told dailyHürriyet (http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkish-board-cites-telekinesis-as-possible-cause-of-mysterious-suicides-.aspx?pageID=238&nID=52081&NewsCatID=341).
He said an overcharge of electro magnetics could have also had the same effect on the engineers, which would then indicate neglect.

Telekinesis recently made the news after journalist Yiğit Bulut claimed certain powers were trying to kill Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdoğan through telekinesis.
Just weeks after his theories, Mr Bulut was named a chief consultant for Erdoğan

08 August 2013: (independent.co.uk/turkish-ministry-report-suggests-psychic-assassins-using-telepathy-could-be-responsible-for-mysterious-deaths-of-four-young-engineers (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/turkish-ministry-report-suggests-psychic-assassins-using-telepathy-could-be-responsible-for-mysterious-deaths-of-four-young-engineers-8752302.html))

The deaths of four young Turkish engineers, all within the space of 14 months during 2006 and 2007, could be connected to telepathy, according to a report from the Inspection Board of the Turkish Prime Ministry. Four engineers working for Turkish defence giant ASELSAN died in alleged mysterious circumstances and all four deaths were recorded as suicide.

Sceptical families have, however, continued to question the cases despite reports that the men had been undergoing psychological treatment before they died.

According to 'Today's Zaman' the investigation into the deaths of the men, Hüseyin Başbilen, Halim Ünsem Ünal, Evrim Yançeken and Burhaneddin Volkan, suggests that the victims could have been directed toward the suicides by way of telekinesis, citing the work done by neuropsychology expert Nevzat Tarhan.

Nevzat Tarhan asks prosecutors not to disregard the possibility of telepathy being responsible for the headaches and severe distress that may have caused the men to take their own lives.

One of the men, Hüseyin Başbilen, was found dead in his car in August 2006, Halim Ünal died from a gunshot in January 2007, Evrim Yançeken fell from the balcony of his sixth-floor apartment nine days later and two years later another engineer at the company, Burhanettin Volkan, allegedly also killed himself.

At least two of the men were said to be working on a friend-or-foe recognition system for Turkish warplanes at the time of their suicides, a project that was brought back to debate during the Ergenekon coup trials which saw significant numbers jailed for an alleged plot to overthrow the government.

Hurriyet Daily News quotes Nevzat Tarhan saying that the headaches and distress in the men could have been sent using brainwaves from 1.5km (just under a mile) away.
The report, which has been submitted to the Ankara Chief Prosecutor's Office for further investigation, doesn't come to any conclusion over whether or not the deaths were murder or suicide.

Recently the news anchor and editor-in-chief of private Turkish broadcaster 24, Yiğit Bulut, claimed that 'certain powers' were attempting to kill controversial Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan using telekinesis. Mr Bulut, although widely ridiculed for the comments, has since been named a chief consultant for Erdoğan.

Sidney
14th August 2013, 20:08
Could it be they were remotely attacked with electronic weapons that injected the desire to commit suicide? That would be a convenient method of getting the job done without getting their hands dirty. I am just speculating here since I cannot really understand the language.

Flash
14th August 2013, 23:12
My bet is that this is a message from a foreign power to the Turkish military, kind of "we can get you from afar and you will not know how we did it, not even be sure it is from us".

Turkey must be refusing to comply with some PTB players, either Russia, USA, Israel or China. Anyhow, because of their geographical situation they are squeeze in between those powers. Their army is well trained and efficient. It would be advantageous to weaken it before negotiating.

My Byzantine :p views.

Or else, the engineers wanted to talk. It is not going well right now between the Turkish government and their militaries. Many high level militaries have been put in jail. The threat may be from their own government.

Ultima Thule
15th August 2013, 12:20
I understand that strong electromagnetic fields can deprive one of will to live. The Logic behind that I find plausible as people in deep depression can be "brought back" with electric shocks in the frontal lobe - in essence the opposite of the former. I suppose a device of some sort should be planted near the individual?

UT