Bristol, Strange deaths and the Defence Industry

Between 1985 and the early 1990s more than 30 scientists working on top secret British defence projects, mostly computer technicians, died in very strange and unexplained circumstances. Several defence contractor companies such as Marconi, Plessey and British Aerospace, among others were involved in what can only be described as a bizarre series of events.

In 1986, Vimal Dajibhai, who was working for Marconi Underwater Systems, drove from London to Bristol, a city with which he had no connection and threw himself off the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge located there. A few months previously, Arshad Sharif, a computer programmer with Marconi Defence Systems, also drove from London to Bristol and strangled himself by tying a rope around his neck and then to a tree, sat behind the wheel of his car and stepped on the accelerator pedal – with predictable results.

Why Bristol of all places? Bristol is a former Knights Templar port and before that a Phoenician port. Its name has evolved from Barati, the Phoenician goddess. It just so happens that an elite unit of British intelligence called the Committee of 26 is based there and they use the runway of the British Aerospace complex to clandestinely fly British and foreign agents in and out of the country. In that period of the 1980s there was a multiplicity of strange deaths of people at the cutting edge of development in the defence industries.

What possesses a man to get into his car, drive more than two hours to the Clifton Suspension Bridge and jump off?

Possibly significantly, a CIA scientist once told a researcher that he was put through forms of mind control to prevent him from recalling his knowledge once a project was completed.

By way of another example; David Sands was a highly skilled scientist working on a very sensitive area of defence, but at 37 he was talking about leaving the industry and changing his lifestyle. He was happily married with two small children, a son aged six and a three year old daughter. Sands and his wife had just returned from an enjoyable holiday in Venice when he died in mysterious circumstances, although they are not so mysterious once mind-control is understood to be the cause. He worked for Easams who were fulfilling contracts for the Ministry of Defence and it appears that whilst Sands and his wife were in Venice, the company was visited by members of the elite British police unit, the Special Branch.

Then, on Saturday 28th March 1987, David Sands told his wife he was going out to refuel the car, but he didn’t return for six hours. No one, least of all himself had any idea where he was. His wife Anna called the police and Constable John Hiscock was at the house when Sands returned at 10.20pm. When questioned about his whereabouts he said he had been ‘driving and thinking’. His wife said it was out of character for him to be away for so long and she did not think he realised how long he had been out. He seemed confused, but happy, she said. Two days later, on Monday, 30th March, he climbed into his excellently maintained Austin Maestro car and began his regular journey from his home in Itchen Abbas, near Winchester, Hampshire to Easams at Camberley in Surrey.

His wife said there was nothing unusual about his demeanour or behaviour and driving conditions were good but about 30 minutes into his journey when he was driving along the A33 at Popham, near Basingstoke, he suddenly did a U-turn across the dual carriageway and headed at high speed in the opposite direction to his destination. Turning onto a slip road at about 80 miles an hour, Sands then drove his car straight into a disused café building, killing himself in an explosion of flame. There were no skid marks and he had not even tried to brake.

It is fairly obvious to anyone who has knowledge of the way mind-controllers operate, that in the time he was missing, he had his mind programmed to act in a certain way with some kind of trigger, which could be a word by phone, a particular sign or symbol on the road, a particular sound, a light or some kind of action outside of his vehicle. Whatever was programmed into his mind would be activated via one of these methods and at that point he would have switched from his normal self to a man focused only on driving into the café building being unaware of the consequences. In effect the subconscious programming overpowers the conscious mind and the programme takes over to replace the consciousness of the victim. This is exactly how the armed and Special Forces turn humans into ‘killing machines’.   And there are plenty more examples of this phenomenon…

Roger Hill, a designer at Marconi Defence Systems, allegedly committed suicide with a shotgun in March 1985.

Jonathan Walsh, a digital communications expert employed by GEC, Marconi’s parent firm, ‘fell’ from his hotel room window in November 1985, shortly after expressing fear for his life.

In March 1988, Trevor Knight, also employed or contracted with Marconi, died of carbon monoxide poisoning in his car.

Peter Ferry, marketing director of GEC Marconi, was found electrocuted with electrical leads in his mouth in August 1988.

Also, ‘coincidentally’ in the same month, Alistair Beckham was also found electrocuted with electric leads attached to his body and his mouth stuffed with a handkerchief. He was an engineer with the associated company Plessey Defence Systems.

And another defence contractor, Andrew Hall was found dead in September 1988 of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Altogether it is estimated that there were more than 30 similar deaths at British defence establishments between 1985 and 1992.

Researching these incidents stimulated eerie echoes in my own experiences, especially regarding the above-related death of David Sands. In the early 1990s, around 1991/2, I worked in the computer industry for a medium-sized software company based in the north east of England and obviously worked alongside many programmers and software technicians who were often seconded to work at the computer installations of client companies on a temporary basis.

One of our clients was the defence contractor Vickers who just happened to build nuclear submarines and was located in the English north-western seaport of Barrow-in-Furness.

A colleague, whom I knew reasonably well, spent some considerable time there working on their top-secret computer installations until one day the news came through to the office where I was located that this person had been killed in a ‘tragic accident’. The official, police explanation was that he had been working ‘long hours’ and the previous evening he had set-out on his journey home and at some point had inexplicably, nowhere near his home, left the motorway at an exit slip-road, rounded the roundabout at the top, proceeded back down the same slip-road from which he had exited and ended-up travelling south on the northbound lanes at great speed. Of course he had not gone very far when he was inevitably involved in a high-speed, head-on collision with a car travelling in the opposite direction and both drivers were apparently killed instantly.

It was only upon researching the above, previous, similar examples to this that it stirred-up distant, dormant memories and then suddenly, realisation hit me like a brick. Of course, at the time I thought it was nothing more than a tragic accident caused by over-tiredness, as portrayed by the official version of events, but thinking about this with the benefit of hindsight, why would tiredness make anyone exit the motorway early (less than halfway home) and then in effect make a ‘U-turn’ back down the same stretch of road just negotiated? It does not really make any logical sense upon closer examination and as such constitutes a good example of how easy it is to make people believe anything with a few well-chosen ‘official’ words.

In October 2011, the British illusionist, hypnotist and entertainer Derren Brown devoted a whole one hour TV programme on British mainstream television to a demonstration of how relatively simple it is to ‘programme’ someone to kill using simple hypnosis and mind control techniques. In this elaborate demonstration he selected a young man from an invited audience (who by the way had no idea why they were really there until after the event) and over the course of the next few days and weeks programmed him to ‘kill’ a British celebrity, Stephen Fry. All throughout the programming, the man was told and believed that he was simply being used as a ‘guinea pig’ to prove that it was possible to improve someone’s marksmanship with a gun by the use of hypnosis, and not to be become a ‘mind-controlled’ assassin. Sure enough, at the appropriate time and place, the man was given the subliminal signal (a woman in a polka dot dress walked by – significantly the exact same trigger used to activate Sirhan Sirhan’s (non-)assassination of Robert Kennedy).

He then simply took the gun from its case and coolly and clinically ‘shot’ Fry three times in the chest from a distance of about 30 feet before casually returning the gun to its case. He had never even held a gun in his hands prior to his meeting with Brown. Obviously for the purposes of the demonstration, the bullets were blanks, but the subject had no idea of this. Indeed he had no idea at all of what he had even done until he was ‘released’ from his programming by Brown and was able to watch unbelievingly, with jaw-dropped, the TV footage of the event.

This is proof conclusive in my view, of the ability of our unseen masters to use such techniques for their own nefarious purposes and goes a long way towards explaining why many assassinations are undertaken by the ‘lone-nut’ gunman. This is an extremely convenient and believable expedient by which the Elite can dispose of people who stand in the way of their agenda without garnering the suspicions of the majority of sheeple, who continue to be unknowingly duped in this way.



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