Do you believe in Magic?
Is there something really mysterious going on…
Or is it all just smoke and mirrors?
Or is Criss Angel just really good at controlling your mind and making you see what he wants you to see?
If you watch closely to this video.. I think you will have your answer
hint… it is NOT what you think
Criss Angel – Walk Through Metal Gate
How Much Can We Really Control With Our Minds?
There is some talk about using our minds to control the weather?
Illuminati, Mind Control and Hurricanes: Conspiracy Theories Follow HAARP
Some suggest that HAARP is an engineered “evil machine” developed by the US Government via the hand of the Illuminati. The purpose of the programme, they claim, is to control the mind using shortwave radio communication. However, Popular Science offered a counter-argument, stating that HAARP’s waves are barely strong enough to be measured, let alone control the brain. Or maybe that’s HAARP talking.
Yet HAARP is the target for conspiracy theorists, who claim that the facility is capable of modifying weather and disabling satellites. The mysterious nature of the programme and the sea of oversized antennae have led critics to speculate about the use of the technology. The purpose of the programme, they claim, is to control the mind using shortwave radiocommunication.
Mind Control and Hurricanes: Conspiracy Theories Up The Yin-Yang!
Mind-controlled prosthetic arm from Segway inventor gets FDA approval
A number of other scientists and engineers around the world are working onsimilar devices, but this is the first such prosthetic to get FDA approval. The prosthetic device comes from a company founded by Segway inventor Dean Kamen, and it is roughly the size and weight of an adult arm. The arm is controlled by electromyogram electrodes placed on the remaining portion of the human arm.
Nearly eight years ago, DARPA, the US Defense Department’s advanced research agency, set out to find a better solution for amputees than the metal hooks still widely used today. Now, the Food and… Mind-controlled prosthetic arm from Segway inventor gets FDA approval