Mind Control, Part 2: “History and Applications” (article, quotes, comments)

My Introduction:

What follows is an extensive and detailed article on the history and applications of mind control. I have copied the article’s own introductory quotes as my own (shocking) lead-in to the entire article itself, which is linked here, written by Dr. Eric Karlstrom.

Most people have no idea what has been planned for the ultimate takeover of the West, let alone humanity, via largely covert mechanisms.

Most people have no idea how this has been–and is being–done. This article is a good reference and information point.

If this kind of research and study are new to the reader, beneath the quotes I have also copied Dr. Karlstrom’s references. His site includes even more links. Of course, there is now a massive amount of additional information available for the serious researcher.

Take the challenge. You will be glad you did.

Sadly, however, and here is the crux of the challenge for us all, the average attention span of today’s readers has been conditioned down to less than 8 seconds, according to one study.

In my view, this has been accomplished by wildly popular social media platforms that limit “characters” to 140 as well as by the speed at which a feature on social media and “news” sites is enabled by a finger swipe which makes it even easier to quickly scan past headlines or taglines that don’t immediately grab one’s attention.

I have discussed the dangers of how this can be used to persuade and control, here, and here.

Such speed-scanning severely limits one’s exposure to the length, depth, and breadth of information which is required to really comprehend the gist of it.

Of course, such electronic information venues can be very convenient in our fast-paced, multi-tasking modern world, but if we allow ourselves to be controlled by them, that is, by their brevity and cleverly-crafted click bait and emotion-grabbing power, we can hardly get to the truth of some of the frightening mechanisms being used to herd and corral us that are often developed and deployed in the shadows, between the lines, in the highly susceptible regions of the brain and emotions where we are easily manipulated by those who know how, by those who do.

So I urge the reader to make the time to read Dr. Karlstrom’s article in the time it will take and to do serious reflection on what it portends.

Resist the tyranny of “ding bait,” I would call it, i.e., the “ding” prompt of the iPhone or other electronic device demanding immediate attention–which is a powerful modern distracter enabling the electronic powers-that-be to “hack our brains” to make a sale or to  start a revolution, however well or ill-advised.

We need to comprehend the gist of mind control, the Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How of it, if are we to survive this new age of electronic manipulation, among other types.

So, again, please take the time to read the article. You will be glad you did–and forewarned, which is the very first step in countering the effects of mind control on you and your loved ones.

Knowledge is indeed power.

And knowing your enemy, which is the first rule of any successful resistance, is the most powerful kind of knowledge.

I encourage readers to do their own research. What follows–the salient and frightening quotes as well as the entire article linked above–is a good beginning.

And please share–while we yet can considering the massive censorship of ideas and research deemed “politically incorrect” just now, and being wiped from access.

Mind Control: History and Applications

Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom, Emeritus Professor of Geography,

California State University, Stanislaus

December, 2012

Dr. Karlstrom’s Introduction (the quotes):

If both the past and the external world exist only in the mind, and if the mind itself is controllable- what then?

Who controls the past controls the future; who controls the present controls the past.                                                             

George Orwell, 1984

There will be in the next generation or so a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude and producing dictatorship without tears so to speak.  Producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel – by propaganda, or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods.  And this seems to be the final revolution.

Aldous Huxley, Committee of 300, Tavistock agent, 1961.

In 1953, (CIA Director Allen) Dulles, speaking before a national meeting of Princeton alumni, distinguished two fronts in the then-current “battle for men’s minds”: a “first front” of mass indoctrination through censorship and propaganda, and a “second front” of individual “brainwashing” and “brain changing.”  Before an audience of fellow Ivy Leaguers, Dulles skipped the usual pieties about democracy.  The same year, Dulles approved the CIA’s notorious MKULTRA project, and exempted it from normal CIA financial controls.

Alex Constantine, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A. 1995

We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American people believe is false.

William Casey, CIA Director, first staff meeting, 1981

The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media.

William Colby, CIA Director

The principal secret of secret intelligence is how to get someone to do your bidding…..   From its beginning in 1947, the CIA… has spent millions of dollars (actually now probably billions – ETK) on a major program of research to find drugs or other esoteric methods to bring ordinary people, willing and unwilling alike, under complete control- to act, to talk, to reveal the most precious secrets, even to forget on command. 

John Marks, In Search of the Manchurian Candidate, the CIA and Mind Control (1976)

“Cryptocracy” is a compound of “crypto”, meaning “secret,” and “cracy,” meaning “rule, government, governing body.”  The “cryptocracy” then is the secret government whose identity and whereabouts have slowly and reluctantly been hinted at by the Congress through its investigations into Watergate, the CIA, and the rest of the intelligence community…..  

The cryptocracy invades the privacy of citizens and corporations.  It meddles, often violently, in the internal politics of foreign countries, and has hired, trained, and equipped mind-controlled assassins for the murder of heads of state (including JFK, RFK, MLK Jr. etc.- author’s addition)…. The story within the story, I discovered, is an astonishing one of a psychological war waged by the U.S. cryptocracy against the American people.

Walter Bowart, Operation Mind Control: The CIA’s Plot Against America (1978)

The individual may think that the most important reality is his own existence, but this is only his personal point of view. This lacks historical perspective.  Man does not have the right to develop his own mind.  This kind of liberal orientation has great appeal.  We must electrically control the brain.   Some day armies and generals will be controlled by electric stimulation of the brain.

Dr. Jose Delgado in front of Congress, 1974

Over two million Americans have been programmed by trauma-based mind control since 1947, and the CIA admitted its Mind Control publicly in 1970, and yet the existence of the mind-control is still secret to the general public.

Fritz Springmeier,  The Illuminati Formula Appendix I:  The        Programmers 

Free Will is the most important law in all of Creation.

 Cassiopaeans

[…]

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2 Responses to Mind Control, Part 2: “History and Applications” (article, quotes, comments)

  1. pmb says:

    Hi, Sis,

    Well put!! God gave us minds to think critically. We don’t have to blindly follow whomever seems to be the most intelligent or the most spiritual…we get to “try the spirits.”
    P.

    Like

  2. Carl Gordon says:

    …including choosing to think for oneself. At first it feels hard, making yourself stop, look and listen and then analyze what is being presented and question why it’s something I’m “supposed to” believe. But one success brings another. Free minds free minds, “It was for freedom that Christ set us free.” Good post.

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