Little is known about the original Audio Enematron program. Redacted government documents reveal that the program's "first stage," begun in 1927, involved experimental audio recording and transmission technologies. Guglielmo Marconi played a key role.
Audio Enematron II and Audio Enematron III focused on creating a form of weaponized sound waves, with experiments conducted between 1935 and 1939.
Audio Enematron IV involved the deployment of weaponized sound during the second World War. Some believe that AE-IV was harnessed for the assassination of several mid-level SS officers, although there is no credible documentation for these claims.
After closed-door Congressional hearings, the Audio Enematron program was cancelled in 1950.
During the Eisenhower administration, Audio Enematron V was launched as a top-secret Federal Bureau of Investigation project. After several years, oversight was moved to the National Security Agency, where stages VI through IX were subsumed into "black budget" counter-intelligence initiatives.
In 2007, Congress again cut off funding for all Audio Enematron operations.
In 2014, the Audio Enematron program was regenerated as a private-sector enterprise. On July 26th, 2014, AE-X released The Behemoth.
The mission and goals for Audio Enematron X are not being made available at this time.
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