Below is a screen shot from the pdf document From PSYOP to MindWar: The Psychology of Victory, (1980) by Col. Paul Vallely and Lt. Col. Michael Aquino. Vallely was (or still is) a military ´analyst´for FoxNews and Aquino is the founder of the Temple of Set--an offshoot of Anton LaVey´s Church of Satan.
A possible interpretation of the the last paragraph above may perhaps be that Aquino and Vallely appear to not only be confirming the existence of United States Patent 3951134, Apparatus and Method for Remotely Monitoring and Altering Brain Waves (1974), but also possibly verifying the space based weaponization of this device.
As of October 2005, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued interim guidelines  for patent examiners to determine if a given claimed invention meets the statutory requirements of being a useful process, manufacture, composition of matter or machine (35 USC 101). These guidelines assert that a process, including a process for doing business, must produce a concrete, useful and tangible result in order to be patentable.
As is clearly stated above, the production of a ‘concrete, useful and tangible result’ is an evaluation of the invention's function; therefore, the United States Patent Office does not grant patents to inventions that do not work.