9/18/13. Aaron Alexis Carved ‘My ELF Weapon’ on the Stock of his Shotgun. Andrew Pontbriand, Intellihub.com
“Officials involved in the investigation of the Navy Yard shooting, have come forward with new insights on the weapon that was used in the shooting. Alexis had carved the words ‘My ELF weapon’ on his Remington 870-Express-Tactical shotgun. ELF stands for ‘extremely low frequency’, and usually refers to communications or weather.
For those who are familiar with this technology, it is well understood that this is used in programs such as H.A.A.R.P. It has also been reported by several government whistle blowers, and even political activists that they suspected a ‘ELF weapon’ was being used on them.
The report about the carvings is most interesting, because it seems to confirm the claim made by Alexis that 3 men were following him using an ELF weapon while he was in his hotel room. He even filed a report to the Newport, Rhode Island Police stating these claims. Aaron stated he had to change his hotel 3 different times because these people were using the microwave machine on him.
On August 7, the police alerted the Newport Naval Station about the incident, however they did not hear from Alexis again. Although he was being treated for multiple ‘mental disorders’, Aaron was still able to keep his security clearance, enabling him to use his key card to gain access into the Naval Yard Building’s fourth floor and open fire.
The news about the etching on the stock of his rifle is incredible to say the least, as such information rarely reaches the public. The use of ELF waves on humans is usually thought to be science fiction to most, but to others it is very real. Researchers such as Fred Bell, who died after shooting an episode of ‘Conspiracy Theory’ with Jesse Ventura; spoke about said weapons.”
 Revealed: Navy Yard killer carved bizarre phrases including ‘better off this way’ and ‘my ELF weapon’ on shotgun as his mother apologizes to all this victims – DailyMail.co.uk
 Fred Bell – Electronic Harassment & Warfare – YouTube.com