LOCAL > Turkish Prime Ministry Inspection Board cites ‘telekinesis’ as possible cause of mysterious suicides


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ASELSAN is one of country’s leading military electronics companies, with multiple defense and technology awards in its history. Company photo

ASELSAN is one of country’s leading military electronics companies, with multiple defense and technology awards in its history. Company photo

The suspicious suicides of four engineers working at the Turkish corporation ASELSAN could have been caused by telekinesis, according to a report by the Turkish Prime Ministry Inspection Board.

The report, presented to the Ankara Public Prosecutor in accordance with the ongoing investigation over the 2006-2007 suicides, claimed the victims could have been directed toward the suicides by way of telekinesis, citing the work done by neuropsychology expert Nevzat Tarhan.

Hüseyin Başbilen, an engineer at Turkey’s military research and development enterprise, Aselsan, was found dead in his car on Aug. 7, 2006. A court ruled in 2009 that he committed suicide. Two other engineers working at Aselsan died shortly after Başbilen.

Halim Ünal was shot in the head with one bullet on Jan. 17, 2007, while Evrim Yançeken fell from the balcony of his sixth-floor apartment nine days later. Burhanettin Volkan allegedly killed himself in 2009.

Tarhan’s study, included in the board’s report, asked the prosecution not to disregard the possibility of telekinesis as a possible cause of the suicides, which could cause severe distress and headaches in the victims, giving them a tendency to kill themselves.

The waves could be sent from 1.5 kilometers, and could direct victims towards a suicidal state of mind, Tarhan told daily Hürriyet.

Tarhan said an overcharge of electromagnetics could have also had the same effect on the engineers, which would then indicate neglect.

All three engineers were working on a friend-or-foe recognition system for Turkish warplanes at the time of their suicides, which had been brought back to public debate during the Ergenekon coup trials.

Telekinesis recently made the news after journalist Yiğit Bulut claimed that certain powers were trying to kill Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan through telekinesis. Weeks after his teories, Bulut was named a chief consultant for Erdoğan.

ASELSAN is one of country’s leading military electronics companies, with multiple defense and technology awards in its history.


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Turk Uzan

8/12/2013 2:09:45 PM

@ Harry, Hahah .... Great counter argument neighbor. On a side note have you heard about the researchers from Oxford, UC Berkeley, and the University of Geneva that have "hacked" in to a persons brain to retrieve his Pincode? They did this by deciphering his brainwaves using EEG technology? Or is that too "scifi" for you to believe it's true? There are EEG devices that let you control simple computer games with the "brain" (by thinking while measuring brainwaves with EEG)

Harry Foundalis

8/12/2013 9:01:49 AM

Dear Turk Uzan, your knowledge of science is astounding. I bow in front of your superior, and in particular your "haha" knowledge of physics.

Turk Uzan

8/8/2013 10:54:05 PM

@ Harry foundalis, I find it hilarious btw, that in all your efforts to make a mockery out of this subject you not only failed to do so but also failed to realize how large the difference is between a brain trying to interfere with Radio waves and the other way around. The Irony is Harry, that if what you described was possible that would actually have been "Telekinesis". But I guess your "advanced Greek reading skills and logic" found a way. Haha

Turk Uzan

8/8/2013 10:39:55 PM

@ Harry Foundalis, anyway, my point is. The article you told me to take a look at talks about how it's impossible for your brain to interfere with radio waves. E.g your wifi signal won't stop working or get distorted by your brain, haha .. talk about stating the obvious. What we were talking about is using strong enough radio waves concentrated at a point (e.g HAARP like mobile system) to disrupt, intervene and or change brain wave (frequencies). Next time you should really read more carefully.

Turk Uzan

8/8/2013 10:33:41 PM

@ Harry, You should really know when the stop neighbor haha. First of all. "Can brain waves interfere with Radio waves" OF COURSE NOT! .You realize there is a difference between brain interfering with Radio waves and the other way around!? I never claimed your brain would scramble/affect or change any types of radiation, EMF etc. I said the OTHER WAY around is possible, and the irony is, that you can read it's definitely possible in the SECOND site with in the same google search results!

Harry Foundalis

8/8/2013 11:58:39 AM

@Turk Uzan please google: “Can brain waves interfere with radio waves?” Click the 1st hit and learn that all those that you call “non-ionizing radiation” (i.e., wavelengths larger than the infrared) are waves oscillating between 50 million and 1 billion times a second. Brain waves oscillate at only 10 to 100 times a second. Difference: at least 5 orders of magnitude. Read: science says there can be no interference. But if the “advanced Turkish science” of Mr. Nevzat Tarhan found the way, I pass.

Turk Uzan

8/7/2013 10:47:34 PM

@ Harry, I am fully aware of all the electromagnetic waves around us. And I'm also aware of the fact that they can in fact interfere with brain function. And I wasn't talking about ionizing radiation (the type that causes cancer and gene mutations) but about non-ionizing radiation (e.g power lines, phones low frequency EMF, wifi Radar etc). There is lots of research, books, articles etc on this subject. But like I said before I do not believe that's why or how the Aselsan employees died.

Turk Uzan

8/7/2013 10:06:27 PM

That said, I do believe these engineers etc were assassinated. But I believe in rather straightforward black ops, black mail, and assassinations. It is extremely suspicious they died right after/before getting major breakthroughs. I mean the same stuff happened in Iran many times. But in those cases no one was trying to hide it, the scientists were shot on the streets in brought daylight.

Turk Uzan

8/7/2013 10:03:34 PM

@ William,That's all I was saying, and the reason I wrote that I still found it far fetched that something like that happened. But the fact of the matter is, telekinesis is not only something that does not actually exists it also makes this report seem far worse than it is. The science is simply legit.. it does exist .. but can it really depress someone to a point they commit suicide? Are there spies lurking in the shadows beaming frequencies at people to depress them? haha .. I highly doubt it

Maurice Colyer

8/7/2013 5:38:28 PM

If cause of death in Turkey can now be put down to telekinesis, then I fear Turkey is heading back to the dark ages. Next thing the Government will be employing witches and magicians. Come back Harry Potter!
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