Spotty Sensation Torture

When I say all over sensation torture I am exaggerating. As are the torture group and other victims. The sensation technology can hit about 60-70% of the body at any one time but stretched across and around the body not in most of it. The reason is likely because the technology’s beam is not located in proximity to the victims for them to run any more than they do. They may exclusively use one sensation technology device per victim. They might use multiple devices per victim. They just can’t get 100% of the victim’s body at once. They can however move the sensation location around anywhere on the body.

The sensations are most often missing on the back of my calves and the area directly opposite the area of my most intense level of attack at the moment. For each torture phase I’ve received the torture group has created all new patterns of use for the sensation torture they are doing on me. For my anxiety torture there were three small areas of constant pain and one area (my back) of medium to large sized constant pain attacks. They altered this to be all over body pains in 2012 before they decided on head and shoulders as the main sensation location with some sexual areas as one of the many other small attack locations.

The sensation torture is at its core spotty in operation. It isn’t used as intensely as it could be likely because that kind of use would cause long term numbness or even permanent damage. The torture group wants to continue the torture for a long time and therefore use the sensation technology delicately. The way the torture group adjust the technology to not cause lingering effect is by moving it as it runs in minimal increments around a center location on the body. Also they fluctuate the intensity of the technology during any one sensation attack. Though that may be because the technology can’t maintain a single location transmission for more than the allotted time.

 

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