PACTS, International started in December, 2015 when a group of concerned targeted individuals gathered to continue activism efforts towards our freedom from covert torture and harassment with mircrowaves and other forms of directed energy, also known as electronic harassment or the Havana Syndrome.
Electronic harassment consists of organized stalking - when a group of people stalk and harass an individual - and remote electronic assaults with microwaves, lasers, acoustic weapons and other directed energy weapons - aimed at an individual that may induce pre-designed effects, such as pain induction, voices in the head, visual and audio hallucintions, burning to the skin, damage to internal organs, memory loss, disorientation, cardiac arrhythmias and arrest and much more.
These technologies are also known as psychotronic weapons and have the capability of accessing and controlling a human being to varying degrees according to the purpose of the user. (See Patent #3951134A - Apparatus and method for remotely monitoring and altering brain waves)
Research for these technologies has been ongoing since the early fifties with the inception of MKULTRA, the CIA's former mind control research program.
The most prominent early researcher in this field is Jose Delgado, a Yale neuroscientist who experimented in the early 50's and 60's with electromagnetic frequencies aimed at monkeys, cats, and even humans to remotely control their movements, emotions, and behavior.
To achieve this he originally began with brain implants, however later in his research, he found he could accomplish similar results without them. Now more than 50 years later the technologies have advanced far beyond what most Americans would believe possible.
As targeted individuals, our goal is to educate the general public about these technologies and obtain help for those captured in this virtual matrix.
We are located in over 200 cities and towns across the United States and more than 50 countries worldwide.
PACTS, International is headquartered in Twentynine Palms, California in San Bernardino County.