3-4-10 Voice To Skull Technology/Blue Beam Project/Electronic Harrassment
3-04-2010 Holding on to faith after being rushed to hospital on 3-4-10 after throwing up water and not being able to breath. I thought I was having an anxiety attack but the doctor said my heart rate slowed down more than once and that I could have problems with the left side of my heart. I was told that most doctor's would make me feel uncomfortable and insist I belong in a mental ward but, the doctor's at The University of L did more than I expected and were very nice to me. When I went to the Doctor after being treated like crap by C. Wetter of Metro Louisville Ambulance and his co worker. He told me and other's when I arrived at the hospital that I was going through "PSYCHO_SA_MANTICS" and he also asked me if I were a prophet when he got my last name. When my mother called 9-11 because my face was pale and I couldn't breath, she had to ask the operator more than once to send someone for help. About 5-6 men came in asking why I need to go to the ER and if I was over reacting but left me with C. Wetter and his assistant. When I arrived at the hospital, I told them both to look up the terms, electronic harrassment, blue beam project, monarch project and voice to skull technology. Because most doctor's have a lap top around, they did just that because they didn't understand why my heart rate dropped. And they needed to know why I am having medical problems now. They also noticed that the first time I started having anxiety was in November of 2007, after I filed a law suit against The Galt House because I was admitted there. I am telling people this because I was told NOT to touch the averge doctor. If people don't start exposing these projects and the harrassment, it will never end. I have yet to hear from a victim who doesn't sound defeated. I am not defected, I am a fighter. And the bullshit that happened to me the other day, it great because its more proof and documentation. Once I get my doctor's bill, I am posting it online...just for fun.