Monday, September 10, 2012

Streamlining the Process to Split Your Mind

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Janet Phelan
Activist Post

The recent Colorado shootings have raised concerns as to the possibility that James Holmes may be the latest in a series of Manchurian candidate-type experiments. The techniques to create a person acting unconsciously under the orders of others have been greatly streamlined in recent years.

The MK ULTRA programs intended to create the “perfect spy,” according to many pundits. MK ULTRA was purportedly abandoned in the late 1970s after the
Church hearings , when the widespread nature of these human experimentation programs was brought to Congressional attention. Many of the programs, as revealed during these hearings, utilized drugs and other chemical agents.

The 1996 publication of the book,
The Illuminati Formula to Create an Undetectable Mind Controlled Slave , by Fritz Springmeier and Cisco Wheeler, reawakened widespread concerns that the MK ULTRA programs had not been terminated. The book detailed a system of trauma-based mind control, harkening back to the human experiments done in Nazi Germany as the genesis for the recent efforts to create a crop of “mind controlled slaves.” The book became a cult sensation and in his introduction to the book, Springmeier alleged there were over 40,000 such “mind-controlled” individuals within the borders of the United States.

The process described by Wheeler and Springmeier, however, is unwieldy and involves abductions which may be difficult to cover up. Similarly, prior indications of therapist and psychiatrist involvement in creating mind-controlled subjects also necessitates a time-consuming programming process. Recent revelations indicate the process of creating a “pocket” in the mind wherein certain preprogrammed behaviors may lie dormant until awakened may have been streamlined to an extent where the process itself is virtually undetectable.


Much of the available literature on mind control discusses the creation of “multiple” or “split” personalities, wherein one personality is unaware of what the other is doing. In terms of the process discussed here, wherein a suggestion is implanted while a person has gone under the influence of a drug, this reporter prefers to use the term “pocket,” due to the fact that what is being created is not an entire, separate personality or “alter” but rather a pre-programmed response to a particular stimuli or trigger.

Given the current state of the technology which may create such a “pocket” in a person’s mind, considering the following scenario:

A preselected target is invited to the movies by a man she may have known for weeks, or even months. He offers to go get the drinks and popcorn and slips into her soda the drug of choice for such a project, likely a chemical in the same class as rophenol. The unsuspecting target drinks her soda and “falls asleep.”

Parenthetically, there is at least one documented case of a zealous District Attorney drugging a prospective witness with sodium pentothal and then guiding him through his testimony. When Jim Garrison had Clay Shaw in his sights as a prospective candidate for prosecution for the assassination of JFK, he dosed his star witness, Perry Raymond Russo, with sodium pentothal in order to secure an agreeable testimony. Up to that point, Russo had denied any knowledge of an assassination conspiracy involving Shaw. (Source)

Back to our lady at the theatre. The agent takes from his pocket a small recorder, on which is recorded the commands as well as the pre-designated signal. The signal may be a particular word, or more likely, a series of electronic noises. He fits an earpiece into the slumbering woman and while the movie plays, so does the tape. At the end of the programming session, he removes the earpiece and sticks the recorder back in his pocket.

After about two hours, she awakens, a bit embarrassed that she fell asleep on the date. He slyly debriefs her: “Do you remember ANYTHING?” he asks and she sheepishly tells him what he needs to hear--if any of this seeped into her conscious recall. They then go out to dinner.

Sometime in the future, the phone rings in the middle of the night. She rolls over to pick it up and the triggering sound is relayed to her over the phone lines. The pocket created in her mind at the programming session opens up and she arises from her bed and, in a similar manner to a person acting out a post- hypnotic suggestion, does just as she was told.

No informed consent and a virtually undetectable process such as this may have produced an untold number of such individuals, who would have no idea they had been accessed in this manner. What is apparent by the actions of Holmes, Chapman, Sirhan, as well as many others who have been charged with horrific and very public crimes, is that their subsequent behavior has been peculiarly passive and disassociated. They appear dazed and report no memory of what they have done.

In fact, the results of the infamous Milgram "Obedience to Authority" experiments and, more recently, the French Fake TV Torture experiments have indicated that for many people it is not even necessary to be under the influence of a drug or a trance-state in order to commit murderous and inhumane acts towards other people. All that is necessary is that a person in authority give the order. One of the aspects of being human appears to be a general accommodation to the orders of others.

It’s a brave new world, folks. Very little is as it appears to be in our post-9/11 America, and the abuse of unsuspecting individuals has become an epidemic. The revelations of how easy it is to create a perfect patsy or fall guy might just keep some of us awake at night. Let’s just hope the phone doesn’t ring.

RELATED ACTIVIST POST ARTICLE:
10 Modern Methods of Mind Control

Read other articles by Janet Phelan HERE

J anet Phelan is an investigative journalist whose articles have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The San Bernardino County Sentinel, The Santa Monica Daily Press, The Long Beach Press Telegram, Oui Magazine and other regional and national publications. Janet specializes in issues pertaining to legal corruption and addresses the heated subject of adult conservatorship, revealing shocking information about the relationships between courts and shady financial consultants. She also covers issues relating to international bioweapons treaties. Her poetry has been published in Gambit, Libera, Applezaba Review, Nausea One and other magazines. Her first book, The Hitler Poems, was published in 2005. She currently resides abroad.  You may browse through her articles (and poetry) at janetphelan.com



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