Mind Control Researchers Create Fake Link Between Unrelated Memories

Nicholas West
Activist Post
Advancements in genetics and neuroscience are undoubtedly leading toward direct methods of mind control, albeit only with good intentions … if government and establishment science can be believed. However, an array of hi-tech methods have been announced which show clear potential for negative manipulation.

Bold claims have been made by scientists that they now can use “neural dust,”  high-powered lasers, and light beamed from outside the skull to alter brain function and even turn off consciousness altogether.

But it is memory research that might be among the most troubling.

As I’ve previously suggested in other articles, our memories help us form our identity: who we are relative to where we have been. Positive or negative lessons from the past can be integrated into our present decisions, thus enabling us to form sound strategies and behaviors that can aid us in our quest for personal evolution. What if we never knew what memories were real or false? What if our entire narrative was changed by having our life’s events restructured? Or what if there were memories that were traumatic enough to be buried as a mechanism of sanity preservation, only to be brought back to us in a lab?

Research has commenced into many facets of how memory can be restructured, whether it is erasing memories, the implantation of false memories, or triggering memories of fear when none previously existed. (Source)

MIT researchers, for example previously claimed to have found the specific brain switch that links emotions to memory. MIT went on to admit that these findings could lead not only to direct intervention via manipulation of brain cells through light, but a new class of drugs to treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Once again, memory tinkering is making the news. This time it comes from the University of Toyama, Japan, where researchers claim to have for the first time, “linked two distinct memories using completely artificial means.” I have highlighted areas of the press release below which are consistent with similar research into supposed solutions for PTSD. The same disturbing language is present that seems to indicate a desire to reverse engineer the process and create fear-based trauma.

So far, ethical boundaries seem fuzzy at best, and downright non-existent in various areas of brain study. It is a time when more light needs to shine upon this research, who is funding it, and what is permissible. Given the outrageous abuses already committed by government-directed science, and a global climate of centralized health control, we would do well to read between the lines of these announcements and prepare to become very critical of their pursuits.  

Press Release

The ability to learn associations between events is critical for survival, but it has not been clear how different pieces of information stored in memory may be linked together by populations of neurons. In a study published April 2nd in Cell Reports, synchronous activation of distinct neuronal ensembles caused mice to artificially associate the memory of a foot shock with the unrelated memory of exploring a safe environment, triggering an increase in fear-related behavior when the mice were re-exposed to the non-threatening environment. The findings suggest that co-activated cell ensembles become wired together to link two distinct memories that were previously stored independently in the brain.

Memory is the basis of all higher brain functions, including consciousness, and it also plays an important role in psychiatric diseases such as post-traumatic stress disorder,” says senior study author Kaoru Inokuchi of the University of Toyama. “By showing how the brain associates different types of information to generate a qualitatively new memory that leads to enduring changes in behavior, our findings could have important implications for the treatment of these debilitating conditions.”

Recent studies have shown that subpopulations of neurons activated during learning are reactivated during subsequent memory retrieval, and reactivation of a cell ensemble triggers the retrieval of the corresponding memory. Moreover, artificial reactivation of a specific neuronal ensemble corresponding to a pre-stored memory can modify the acquisition of a new memory, thereby generating false or synthetic memories. However, these studies employed a combination of sensory input and artificial stimulation of cell ensembles. Until now, researchers had not linked two distinct memories using completely artificial means.

With that goal in mind, Inokuchi and Noriaki Ohkawa of the University of Toyama used a fear-learning paradigm in mice followed by a technique called optogenetics, which involves genetically modifying specific populations of neurons to express light-sensitive proteins that control neuronal excitability, and then delivering blue light through an optic fiber to activate those cells. In the behavioral paradigm, one group of mice spent six minutes in a cylindrical enclosure while another group explored a cube-shaped enclosure, and 30 minutes later, both groups of mice were placed in the cube-shaped enclosure, where a foot shock was immediately delivered. Two days later, mice that were re-exposed to the cube-shaped enclosure spent more time frozen in fear than mice that were placed back in the cylindrical enclosure.

The researchers then used optogenetics to reactivate the unrelated memories of the safe cylinder-shaped environment and the foot shock. Stimulation of neuronal populations in memory-related brain regions called the hippocampus and amygdala, which were activated during the learning phase, caused mice to spend more time frozen in fear when they were later placed back in the cylindrical enclosure, as compared with stimulation of neurons in either the hippocampus or amygdala, or no stimulation at all.

The findings show that synchronous activation of distinct cell ensembles can generate artificial links between unrelated pieces of information stored in memory, resulting in long-lasting changes in behavior. “By modifying this technique, we will next attempt to artificially dissociate memories that are physiologically connected,” Inokuchi says. “This may contribute to the development of new treatments for psychiatric disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder, whose main symptoms arise from unnecessary associations between unrelated memories.”

Recently by Nicholas West:

Activist Post Daily Newsletter

Subscription is FREE and CONFIDENTIAL
Free Report: How To Survive The Job Automation Apocalypse with subscription

8 Comments on "Mind Control Researchers Create Fake Link Between Unrelated Memories"

  1. The last thing the elites want us to do is to learn from history. What better way than creating links between memories? That way we always come to the wrong conclusions and never challenge their power.

  2. Keep in mind (pun intended) that DARPA and MKULTRA on steroids is some 50 yrs. ahead of what is commercial and disclosed to the public.

    appears that now mad scientists are able to identify each one of us on
    the planet with our own IP Protcol ID’s that allow them to target
    individuals for remote electronic harassment including voice in your
    head (Y2k) technology, gang stalking, mind hacking, dream alterations as
    well as control of body functions like heart palpitations and even
    heart attacks.

    Myron May, a young lawyer, who went on a
    shooting spree at Florida State U last November claims in his last
    testament that he did it to bring attention to this mind control


    Extensive list of patents and electronic mind control devices compiled by another TI vicitm


    A couple years back we saw the merging of DARPA with Google. A match only the devil would love.


    and Obama authorizes $4.5 Billion for
    B.R.A.I.N. research, after millions funded the year before and Europe
    spends $1.3 Billion. Follow the money.


    Here is a pdf of Soul Catchers Vol 1 by Dr.
    Robert Duncan, who claims he previously worked on this technology for
    the DoD and CIA.


    Here is a compilation of books by those that have been mind controlled. The list is extensive.


    These people that have been targeted so far
    seem to be at random for beta testing. This is happening to Victims all
    around the world.

    According to this random survey, this technology has been used on all ages since the 1970’s


    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.

    Can the Military Actually Put Voices in Your Head?

    In the 1990s, the US military conducted special weapons projects
    investigating the applications of high-powered microwaves, acoustics and
    lasers. The report detailing those experiments—titled “Bioeffects of Selected Non-Lethal Weapons”—was declassified in 2007 by way of the US Freedom of Information Act; the report was requested by Donald Friedman,
    who had been diagnosed as schizophrenic by two different psychiatrists.
    His positive symptoms included a delusion that he was being
    sadistically tortured by the government via microwave technology.

    Many schizophrenics claim the same thing: that government and local
    law enforcement have the technology to not only cause them physical pain
    and discomfort, but beam voices directly into their heads.

  3. charlottepenna . | April 3, 2015 at 8:11 pm | Reply

    darpa has certain programmes in abuse your ilusions that they say are no longer in place ask foia to open them up.

  4. JustmyOpnion | April 4, 2015 at 10:22 am | Reply

    the truth can be ugly, like in health insurance fraud – ” Your grandparent did not die peacefully in their sleep ” ~ which eventually you will find out for yourself is not true – they were murdered through Federal Hospital Insurance Fraud _ criminal denial of contracted services_Patient dumping, a $25,000 felony each adverse determination, civil and crime victims rights denied.

  5. Last year in Utah I was chased into the hospital by people who were invading my mind with terrifying images via laser to watch my reaction. They first sprayed me with a dust and then I saw them pointing a big black box at me, and a laser in my house. They made me watch terrifying images related with my family, this going on for a whole week straight. I finally figured out it wasn’t real and I am angry that I was a Guinea Pig. I now don’t feel comfortable in society and doctors are trying to push PTSD meds on me. If I knew who had done this I would sue.

  6. A great, well written article Nicholas.
    A futuristic concept of control from a bygone era is now a modern reality, much as conceptions from the twilight zone have become.
    Love your reply J.Lee.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.