A small implant that attaches to the inside of the ear, approximately the size of a small PCB resister. The device has pico optical circuitry that utilizes a crystal structure to gather information and power from geospatial emissions. The device has the capability of translating light to sound waves that can only be heard by the ear.
A scanning wand device that emits a light source is able to see a magnification of lights that indicate the transmit and receive functions of the optical circuitry device, in addition to the optical circuitry working within the small implant device. The scanning wand has the ability to determine what persons have the small implant and what persons do not have the small implant, without actually looking inside the ear.
The small implant has capabilities of linking the GEOINT-HUMINT, and in cases of management the GsAN network, directly to the person’s mind without utilizing large signaling areas. This technology has the capability of channelizing encrypted communications that are specific to each and every optical circuitry implant, and then the optical circuitry implant decrypts the channelized signals and communicates directly with the person’s mind. This includes the ability to interface the entire mind into a channelized device that is approximately 1mm x 5mm, at the thickness of approximately 0.5mm.