Waco Siege PsyOp Audio (Mount Carmel Center, Texas 1993)




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Published on Nov 19, 2013

Audio sample claimed to have been blasted towards the Branch Davidian compound (Mount Carmel Center) at night allegedly via special 'light and sound' technology. The noise is an amalgamation of various animal sounds (being slaughtered among the most reported), some drilling, loud machinery and chanting.

A great deal of controversy followed on its application. It is pointed out that the combination of loud music and various animal noise was to drive the Davidians out the compound and surrender while opposing view states that the sleep deprivation tactics initiated on the compound's inhabitants caused the situation to deteriorate to unreasonable conclusions and only fed to Koresh and his followers' psychology and beliefs thus pushing them to resist further.

Various Waco related images of the raid. David Koresh founder of the Branch Davidians holds a Bible up infront of an Adventist(?) church.

Including La Bête de la Mer's Tapisserie de l'Apocalypse (Tapestry of the Apocalypse) and other Medieval woodcut inspired from the Book of Daniel and the Beasts of Daniel's vision which David Koresh frequently referred to in his prophecy of the End Times.


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