Magnus Olsson :
Nano-Brain-Implant Technologies and Artificial Intelligence

Magnus Olsson is blowing our
mind away in the speech he held in Stockholm, Sweden, in September 2012. Seven
years ago, Magnus became a victim of non-consensual experimentation after
having visited a hospital. He was sedated and when he woke up; he couldn’t
recognize himself. His personality had changed.

On his own homepage
( he explains some years ago:

“For me, there was a day in
life when everything changed. I went from a life as a citizen in a demo map
indicative country into a world where violence and torture was the norm. It was
not a journey across continents, but in life circumstances. It also included a
science fiction drama that completely shattered my life. My name is Magnus
Olsson; I am 38 years old, studied economics at the Cesar Ritz in Switzerland,
American University of Paris and Harvard, Boston, USA, during the years
1988-1991. 1994 I started the company Jon Sandman who became a well-known brand
in the bedding industry.

I managed with my life and had
also met a wonderful woman whom I had two children with. They are now 13 to 16
years old. But all this harmony and success came to a sudden end. It happened
five and a half years ago. After that, life has been about a constant struggle
for survival. In order to cope with but also to be able to tell what has
happened to me and get out of the nightmare.”

Magnus Olsson used to be a
very successful businessman. Not only is Magnus highly educated, but he also
had a very successful career: as an entrepreneur, stockbroker and businessman.

A visit in the hospital was
all it was necessary to gradually take everything away; almost overnight.

Magnus begins his speech
telling the audience “Welcome to the Future” and it’s a very good way to start
what he’s going to say next. He also chooses to quote Gerald McGuire and Ellen
McGee that several times published scientific papers requiring some type of
regulation of implantable devices. Even though they’re been developed since the
1940s-1960s, and even though they’re such a huge area of research right now, as
we speak, if you ever mention them in health care, the staff will claim that
they don’t even exist. No physical examination is usually made, and there is no
explanation to why victims are in so much pain in very specific areas of their

Magnus Olsson also took part
in the scanning process conducted by and he had the strongest
emissions ever encountered among victims, around he’s whole head. When asked
what he thought about his emissions, he stated:

“I hope that we can use these
measurements to prove our cases” and sadly he also mentioned how terrible it
was. He also stated right after the scanning process that actually experiencing
the scanning for RF-emissions and getting so strong emissions over his whole
head, also made him extremely sad. Imagine having someone do that to you; to
your children; to a loved one.

Magnus has researched all
aspects of the supercomputer systems based on transmissions from implants in
the human body. He elaborates on the Artificial Intelligence research done
today and what it’ll mean for humanity in the future. He understands that this
technology can be used in good ways but unfortunately, if unregulated, it can
lead to the real Orwellian “thought police” state.

He explores the possibility of
using different avatars or agents, to assist people in their daily life and the
developments of virtual worlds where people can enter as a third type of
reality, apart from awaken state and the dream state. He talks about the NSAs
supercomputer called “Mr. Computer” that has the ability to make its own
decisions and the development of the new quantum computer, which is supposed to
“marry” the old-fashioned Mr. Computer.

As interesting and fascinated
his speech is, it’s easy to get lost in the new emerging world view that Magnus
creates for a while. It’s tempered by the experiences he has, the immense 24/7
torture, the lack of privacy, the lost freedom of the mind and the necessity to
cope with something that no human being should have to cope with: the most
grotesques aspects of life.