Debates, Drugs, Electrovibrators and Standing on the Edge of Sanity

I couldn’t bear the thought of watching last night’s debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, so I didn’t. Fortunately, Seneca III undertook that unenviable task from the other side of the Atlantic; his observations are below.

Debates, Drugs, Electrovibrators and Standing on the Edge of Sanity

by Seneca III

The Presidential Debate on the evening of September 29, 2020

I am minded of the fact that technology has advanced significantly since the Obama-Clinton era. Look now at the two, strange, purportedly ‘LIVE’ clips in the post at NC Renegade (and running simultaneously in many other places as well).

The doctoring of photos and videos has become a fine art, and I am not technical adept enough to come to a conclusion as to the veracity of these two clips either way, but they do seem to be at cross-purposes location-wise; one shows a thin wire on or passing the right upper chest and the other a thicker terminated wire protruding from the left cuff. How or if they may be related I have no way of knowing. However, if one or both of these clips are undoctored, then the next questions must be: what is their purpose, and how do they function?

During the Obama era and the Trump-Clinton debates, all speculation was focused on the possibility of small implanted ear transceivers, and during the run-up to last night all speculation continued to remain focused on this possibility, perhaps sufficiently to deter any use or re-use thereof.

If we take that as a given, then we must focus on what is before our eyes. In my case I am particularly interested in the small globular terminal that momentarily protruded from Biden’s left cuff, as there is nothing of significance that I can draw from a short glimpse of a thin loop of wire being tucked under his lapel.

Abstract thoughts

1.   The vagus nerve, sometimes known as the wandering nerve, originates from the medulla of the brainstem. It exits the cranium via the jugular foramen, with the glossopharyngeal and accessory nerves. There are somatic (sensations from the skin and muscles) components to the sensory function of the vagus nerve. The inner human wrist where both nerves and veins are close to the surface is a very sensitive area where even the slightest touch or vibration is clearly detected by the nervous system.
2.   Hypnosis is a long-established and proven reality, particularly when its effectiveness is enhanced with modern psychoactive drugs. A subject who has been hypnotized can be implanted with triggers that cause him or her to reiterate an implanted memory or action. These are normally initiated by verbal triggers, but also by sensory triggers such as sight, touch, smell and sound.
3.   A small electronic vibrator or electrode could respond to a barely detectable short-burst signal by generating a series of pulses or miniscule electric shocks of varying duration each triggering a particular memory or response.
4.   Speculation can quite easily lead one astray and into the realms of fantasy, but sometimes, very rarely, it can lead to a surprising conclusion.
 

Summary

Please draw your own conclusions from the above, dear reader, but do bear in mind that Biden has mostly been sequestered out of sight since his nomination, and indoctrinated control is slow to impose even under a regime of sustained modern electro-medical treatment.

Alternatively, of course, I would be neither surprised nor displeased should you decide that I am the one in dire need of sustained modern electro-medical treatment — it is the most obvious conclusion.

— Seneca III, watching with morbid fascination from Middle England on this 30th day of September in this the year of our Lord 2020.

For links to previous essays by Seneca III, see the Seneca III Archives.

9 thoughts on “Debates, Drugs, Electrovibrators and Standing on the Edge of Sanity

  1. “Inshallah” was reportedly muttered by Biden during the debate. Another rumor is that there wasn’t a Trump versus Biden debate at all, there was a Trump versus Wallace debate.

  2. This Biden is a dead man walking. !!!, I think He have dementia. , He is definitely unfit to be a president, give me a break ..

  3. No wires at all. The wrist object is a rosary bracelet Biden wears in memory of his son, Beau, who died of cancer. The “wire” on his shirt is apparently a crease.

    Joe appeared to be medicated, though. Trump should have let him babble on long enough to screw himself up.

    • no it was clearly a wire because i saw it creep out several time. The rosary claim is just a lie because that was a tiny microphone. there was no rosary besides they are meaningly piece of pagan jewelry that has no power at all.

      You rewined are [ad hominem redacted].

  4. No wires at all. The wrist object is a rosary bracelet Biden wears in memory of his son, Beau, who died of cancer. The “wire” on his shirt is apparently a crease.

    Joe appeared to be medicated, though. Trump should have let him babble on long enough to screw himself up.

  5. Do not forget that bone will conduct sound waves. Since Biden’s head might be near solid bone, it might be a first rate receiver.

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