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Relevance of Radioisotopes to MK-ULTRA, DELTA & NAOMI

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I felt fine when I fell asleep by 10pm. I awoke at 1am writhing in pain. The ringing in my ears was deafening, and I felt a sudden urge to vomit. ‘Help me!’ I moaned, ‘They’re radiating me!’ I couldn’t escape the escalating nausea and ran outside to vomit. This happened twice. On the second round I threw up bitter bile. I prayed to God to make it stop. I thought I was dying…

Two days later, during therapy, I realised I had experienced another flashback. For some reason, I was injected with radioisotopes at age 6 years. I can’t recall why, as I don’t think anyone told me. Usually Gittinger would explain what he was doing and why he was doing it as he did it. But I doubt this was the case when they were injecting me. I have a faint image of staff in white lab coats. That’s all. I also recall the words ‘isotopes’ being uttered. I have always associated the term ‘PET scan’ with this experience but can’t tell you why.

People commonly assume my abusers used the 20-story underground ANSTO nuclear reactor facility at Lucas Heights due to its high security. No, they used a nuclear reactor site because of the nuclear reactor. Lucas heights nuclear reactor (HIFAR) operated from 1958 – 2007. The reactor was used to create a wide variety of radioisotopes. Radioisotopes were made from materials bombarded by neutrons in the reactor. CIA-ASIO scientists used the radioisotopes for various purposes relevant to MK-ULTRA, MK-DELTA, MK-NAOMI, and the JASON Project.

Here is a list of potential uses of radioisotopes provided to me by a medical doctor friend:

Potential options for using radioisotopes with DELTA soldiers

  1. Radioisotopes can be used for tracking purposes, possibly from satellites/drones/reconnaissance aircraft. Microchipping is inferior because it is vulnerable to being disabled with electro-magnetism. Rare radioisotopes can be created with a desired half-life (of decades if needs be). These isotopes can be injected into soldiers, allowing a small team to be simultaneously tracked.
  2. Discoveries in unique physiology. Radioisotopes can be paired with other molecules (e.g., glucose) in PET, fMRI and CT scanners, to track in real time which parts of the body (brain, thyroid, adrenal, etc) are up-taking (utilizing) the material. This could be used to determine what specific parts of the brain are active, and to what degree, to determine neurological function when compared to other individuals of known ability level. The brain primarily runs on glucose; therefore, attaching a radioisotope to a glucose molecule and injecting this into the body prior to a scan would allow scientists to see where glucose utilization is occurring specifically. If the utilization is occurring in the cortical region known as the homunculus, then there could potentially be some information gained about dexterity of the associated regions, especially if the uptake was simultaneously observed in the cerebellum (brain structure at the posterior base of the brain that coordinates movement). There seems to be an almost limitless number of possibilities in determining different aspects of brain function when using this modality.
  3. Power generation. With the advent of nanotechnology, it might be possible to inject nano nuclear generators that utilize radioisotopes for fuel to supplement power for super soldiers that would exceed human production limitations. That’s a stretch, but…

 Radiation in Genetic Engineering & Virus Development

I visited my real paternal grandfather in Poland in 1990. While there I noticed the apples growing in my grandfather’s communal garden were deformed, coated in large lumps. When I asked what was wrong with them, Jadek replied, ‘Ah, Chernobyl.’ Later I was watching Polish news on a black and white TV set with the family. A news story featured a rabbit with bird wings. ‘What’s that?!’ I exclaimed. ‘Ah, Chernobyl,’ the family responded, unaffected.

My experiences in Poland bothered me. They made me ponder this fact: Radiation can alter the DNA code within any cell. I think this is a major clue to what the CSIRO, which was based at the Lucas heights nuclear reactor, were using radioisotopes for. ANSTO now have cyclotrons as well as reactors, enabling them to develop a wider range of nuclear materials for scientific research purposes. Remember, the CSIRO develop viruses, vaccines, and they genetically engineer plants and animals. Here are some more relevant points to consider:

  • Radiation is crucial to studying and manipulating DNA.
  • Radiation was used to develop x-rays that infer the structure and shape of DNA proteins and the 4 base chemicals.
  • Radiation severs the chemical bonds that secure DNA strands.
  • Radioisotopes are used when labelling cloned DNA.
  • Radioisotopes are used in radioactive labelling techniques that are still extensively applied in gene manipulation experiments.
  • Radioisotopes provide information about the disease state of a specific illness.
  • Radioactive nucleotides are used to determine the rate of DNA synthesis.
  • Radioisotopes are used for DNA sequencing, the process of determining the order of the DNA nucleotides (A, G, C, T).
  • DNA sequencing is essential to the CRISPR procedure in which genetic code is edited.
  • DNA can be designed and sequenced from the 4 building block chemicals and structured via additive manufacturing methods (i.e., sort of like 3D printing).


There is more to the Project MK-NAOMI and their viral research than we think.

Note that the CRISPR-Cas9 was adapted from a naturally occurring genome editing system in bacteria. The bacteria capture snippets of DNA from invading viruses and use them to create DNA segments (called ‘CRISPR arrays’). The CRISPR arrays let bacteria ‘remember’ the viruses (or closely related ones). To use CRISPR/Cas9, scientists first identify the sequence of the human genome they wish to edit. Then they create a specific Guide RNA to recognise that particular stretch of A-T-G-C in the DNA. The Guide RNA is attached to the DNA cutting enzyme Cas9, and then this complex is introduced to the target cells. It locates the target letter sequence and cuts the DNA. At that point, scientists can then edit the existing genome by either modifying, deleting, or inserting new sequences. It makes CRISPR a cut and paste tool for DNA editing.

If you want an indication of what has been occurring at ANSTO and the CSIRO, research the CVs of the scientists employed there, and what they were doing immediately prior to working there (sometimes there is a discrepancy between their previous work, and their ANSTO job description). For instance, some folks are into transfection, the process of artificially introducing nucleic acids (DNA or RNA) into cells, via an alternative means other than viral infection; this alters the cells’ properties. Transfection is used to study gene function and regulation, produce transgenic organisms, and as a method of gene therapy. If this is what employees are doing today, this indicates what the Lucas Heights scientists were secretly up to 40 years ago.


The relevance of radiation to genetic engineering and virology makes sense of the countless thousands of subjects unwittingly recruited for clandestine radiation experiments performed by MK-ULTRA doctors in the USA, and which became the subject of the 1994 Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments.

The genetic engineering and virology processes I mention here are consistent with the Huxleyan eugenicist / trans-humanist agenda, and my childhood experiences at the CSIRO nuclear reactor facility at Lucas Heights.

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