At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, the company's Justin Rattner talks to Emotiv Systems President Tan Le about new interface technologies that are making humans more like machines. In a demo for conference attendees, Le shows a headset Emotiv developed that can track electrical signals in the brain and interact with content on a PC.
Mind Control 101
This new PDF is a 30 page excerpt of the book "Mind Control
While it is just the first 30 pages you'll still get a lot.
* The essence of "light" (helpful) and "dark" (evil) language patterns.
* The foundational mind set that makes language patterns fun.
* How the "Dual Reality Principal" helps protects you from being caught using language patterns.
* How to Take Mind Control From the Laboratory to The Streets
* Levels of Persuasion - Each level up you gain more and morecontrol over the thoughts of others.
* How your voice alone can influence peoples perceptions.
* How to create seperate personalities within others that will do what you want.
* How to take people on a "time travelers vacation" so that they feel as if they've always know you.
... and more.
All within the 30 page excerpt... Plus the complete table of contents.... at N0 C0ST to you.
This is given to you because I trust that when you see what is in these 30 pages getting the book will be a no-brainer.
Buy some real estate in hell for yourself or someone who needs (deserves) it more.
Here is the site.
Here is a quote from their site:
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While in the past Hells minions have needed to lure souls into temptation and sinful actions, the most successful deamons today have realized that direct marketing and blatant advertising are now acceptable methods to obtain the souls of willing sinners.
Some minions bemoan the lack of skill and reduced enjoyment of luring innocent souls into temptation, but here at Hell Realty we relish the opportunity to develop methods for the mass collection of willing souls with little effort on our part.
We acknowledge that many people simply accept the inevitability of Hell as their afterlife destination, and seek a quick and easy affirmation of their fate, rather than expending time and effort in a usually futile attempt to gain entry into Heaven.
As a result of this expression of man-kinds free will, Hell itself is almost full to overflowing.
This influx has resulted in a property boom, and there are now opportunities available for those who wish to advance their afterlife career while still in the mortal realm.
We need people who can:
- Instill false feelings of trust and confidence in clients
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- Ensure clients are made fully aware of just the minimum of information they need to know
- Can talk the birds down out of the trees.
If this sounds like you, then send an appropriately groveling and sycophantic email to Eisheth Zenunim letting her know your qualifications and why she should accept you as an Agent from Hell.
Include a photo so we can harshly judge you upon your pitiful dress sense and laugh at your genetically inherited physical faults.
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Here is a site that is at least trying to be scientific in surveying people who claim to be subjected to Ritual Abuse and Mind Control (RA/MC).
The surveys ask some and reveal some interesting questions.
CONTROL YOUR MIND
How The Illuminati Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave
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How the Self of a Man Alter Consists of Shattered Shadow Alters, A Script, Mirrors and Assigned Demons
What really is an alter? An alter is a dissociated part of the mind, which is developed BY the programmers to be a complete personality. We will now explain what an alter is. If you were to look on the programmers’ charts found in his grey 3 ring binder, or his lap top computer you would see graphs with alters with access codes. What are these alters? If the programmers didn’t invest a great deal of programming and structuring, each alter would not be a complete
On the chart, the programmer will have a square on a grid where he will record the cult name, the front name, the alter’s alpha-numeric pull up code and its grid number. What seems neat and tidy is really not so neat and tidy. That alter is really an alter with many shadows of itself. This is a family of fragments of that alter which hold parts of itself.
There is a particular secret term that only the programmers use for these fragments, but for purposes of discussion we will call these fragments "family fragments" or "shadow fragments." For instance, a Gatekeeper alter will have a shadow alter fragment that holds its fear, one that holds its pain, one that holds its anger, and many that hold its memories of abuse and torture. What appears on the grid as a square is in reality a box holding lots of fragments. The programmers understand how multiplicity works, so rather than chart an alter with 25 fragments coming off of it--they name the whole mess after the main alter they have created for that family of fragments.
The main alter really is a fictional persona created by the programmers linked to numerous fragments of the mind. The mind of the child victim will cooperate with the torture and programming. The programmer will verbally discuss his programming scripts with his close assistants, for instance, the Grand Dame who helps him; but he doesn’t record the scripts down.
Historically, the Programmers have always individually tailored their story scripts for each child. Because the best are master story tellers, who can make a story come alive, they do not need to depend upon stale written scripts. The Wizard of Oz, and Mother Goose books, etc. are read prior to actual programming session, to enhance the programming session. The final alters are recorded, but not the stories or the lies told them.
After a main alter has been created and shattered, the programmers find this main alter within the mind and give it a personal history (via films, virtual reality headsets, stories, etc.), give it a job within the system, a place to live in the internal world, and its rules and guide lines on how to function within the system. It will be given scripts about the outside world. And shortly, we will explain those. This doesn’t mean that alters don’t exist--they are physically part of the mental makeup of a multiple’s brain--but an alters existence is not at all what it sees or what outsiders see. Both the alter and the therapist see only a small part of the picture.
John O. Bearhrs [Limits of scientific psychiatry, Role of uncertainly in mental health. NY: Brunner/Mazel, 1986, pp. 86-113.], who did therapeutic work with Multiples, recognized some of the process that we are describing. He wrote about how an alter when confronted with more pain, guilt, and rage will dissociate this mental hazardous waste into alters who function as internal garbage cans. He described a victim who had a jolly front alter Diane with a winning smile. This front alter dumped her pain on a small child alter Mary, who lived in an internal "basement". However, in one particular case Mary didn’t want the pain and she passed it to Karl [a 4 yr. old alter], who cried and yelled so loud internally that Danny, a 12 year old alter who was
characterized by toughness and courage took the pain. However, the actual situation is more subtle and complex than Beahrs realized. Every alter creates shadow alters of itself to handle the anger, fear, guilt, betrayal etc. The Programmers are totally aware of these shadow alters and they work with them.
If we picture an alter as a point in the mind--a dot or small circle, then we can for the sake of discussion picture the shadow splits off of that alter as rays coming out of that small circle. Now we have an image of something looking like a sun with rays. Actually, in real life, after all the torture, the shadow alters holding memories and all the programs attached are simply one big mess that resembles the branches of a tree with leaves.
The Programmers have made a thorough mess of the person’s mind--and they need some clean way to deal with this mess they have created. So the Programmers use the imagery that best resembles the mess they have made. The victim is told they have a tree with branches and leaves growing through them. This tree with its branches grows through out every alter. The image of the vine and its branches is also used, because then the programmers can bring in the Bible to make their programming seem to be supported by God’s Holy Word. The original alter is told that it is a mote of nothingness[a very tiny circle].
The programmers don’t chart all the family or shadow fragments of an alter because they understand MPD [DID]. The fragments will hold all the memories of abuse, so the alter can function. The fragments will also give the alter the appearance of the full range of emotions. If a
main alter gets angry or feels guilty, what is happening, is that it has accessed its shadows to express the full range of emotions.
The Programmers abuse an alter and get the Shadow alters. Then they hypnotically attach a memory cue [which is a code consisting of the alter’s name, the date of the memory, and perhaps something else to complete the code] to the main alter so that they can access the memory anytime they want. Then they hypnotically & demonically build an one-way mirror between this main alter and the shadow alters they have just created. These one-way mirrors are like one way windows--the reason they are referred to as mirrors is that they are put in the child’s mind via mirrors.
Next, they ritually/magickly implant demons to guard the mirror(s) and to guard each memory held by the shadow alters. This separates an alter from knowing itself and its own abuse. The main alter has dissociated the pain, etc. to its shadow alters of itself. The Programmers then use the memory as blackmail to keep the main alter in line. The main alter has dissociated the pain, but will recover the memory if either one of three possibilities happen: a. the Programmer or handler says the memory code 3x, or b. if an event happens that triggers the main alter to remember, c. the main alter tries to remember the abuse and the programming, and in doing so they will be stepping outside of the circle assigned to them and will "break the circle & break the mirrors."
Elaborate hate scripts are then given to the main alter. The love of the Master now protects the Main alter from having to remember its pain. Very few alters and very few non-multiple people would want to remember such trauma and it is very unpopular in society to remember past traumas [how often have you heard expressions "let bygones be bygones", "the past is past", "don’t dig up old skeletons", etc.] As long as the alter loves its Master, it is somewhat safe from remembering its own traumas. And yet for a Monarch slave to regain its own mind, the alters must regain their own memories. That is why to really break down the programming, memory work is need. That Monarch slaves must regain their memories to heal is a hard one for many people and ministers to understand.
Remember, how we described a Main alter as a small circle with the rays [shadow alters] split off from it. The shadow or family alters of a Main alter are the true history of an alter. The Main alter is given the script to totally love the Programmer/Master. It should be angry at what has happened to it. The ability to direct that anger is lost with the dissociation, but might be retrieved if the alter remembered, so the programmers transfer it by creating some outside person or object for the alter to focus their hate upon.
Most deliverance ministries pray that God would take away their bad memories. Further, the programming holds the lies in place, and the demonology holds the traumas, programs, and memories in place. A Main alter is really in the middle of special purpose Shadow alters which have been split from itself.
The Programmers do a reversal on this and tell the Main alter that it is on the outside looking in. Vagabond Programming [which tells an alter it is a vagabond] is then applied to teach the alter it doesn’t belong to the inside world, nor to the outside world. It belongs nowhere. The Main alter will perceive that it is on the outside looking in at mirrors. The mirrors then guard the inside of the circle. To try to remember the truth is to break the circle of mirrors. The circle of mirrors has magical significance, because it ties in with the witchball or speculum which the witches have used over the centuries to see beyond time and space. The steps that the programmers do, can be explained on many levels. Many of these steps are done for special occult reasons.
One of the first things taught to a child is "DO NOT BREAK THE CIRCLE". This has both the internal meaning "don’t go after you own memories and the external meaning "don’t leave the cult--the circle."
Special black mats [such as used in wrestling] have been constructed by the Programmers. The first black mat is a circular mat with a 4’ radius. The next black mat has an 8’ radius [with a donut hole with a 4’ radius] so that it can fit over/around the first circle. From there you have concentric donut shaped pieces of mat each four feet wider in radius than the previous, which can all be joined together. Each of the concentric circles will have a different colored circle painted on its edge. The victim child while it is in the crawling stage will be placed onto the middle dot and told to stay. They will be punished every time they move. When they finally can do this obediently, they will be given the 4’ circle. Toys will be placed outside of the painted line
[which may for starters be a blue line, then perhaps green, and then red]. Just off of the mat are interesting things like a full bottle, a blanket, a coat, food, toys, etc. The child is cold, hungry and bored. Will the child obey and stay in its circle? If it doesn’t it will be punished by being mildly shocked, or having its head dunked into a toilet, or its hand punished, and it will be set back in the circle until it’s will is broken and it learns to submit to the order to stay in the circle.
This teaches the victim child several things: don’t step outside of boundaries, don’t break the circle, it teaches them the colors that will be used in the color programming of the internal world, and it is again traumatizing. What they see, hear and do will now be done in obedience. Does the reader see how hard it is for the child & its alters to move outside of the scripts? Alert readers will realize that there are 13 colors in Illuminati systems and that means 13 x 4 feet = the radius of the finished 13-concentric-circled black mat when all the pieces are laid down. This means a large indoor area with a floor space of at least 124’ across in needed. Military bases, hospitals, churches, and universities like Oral Roberts University have gyms or auditoriums which the Illuminati use for this stage of the programming.
Mother of Darkness alters train the children. The Presideo had a great place for this training. This is the programming for the "Circle Will Not be Broken" script. The Amish do something similar, to make their children obedient, which is one reason the Monarch programming is easy to hide within the Amish culture. This type of programming is referred to in chapter 5 about the fronts and the Top Secret Amish Front. Let us briefly mention, that some systems are simply concentric rings [levels of alters] each assigned a different color.
Another twist to the color coding--an alter in some circumstances may have two colors. An alter may be coded Black below white, so that when it sees black color below white it is triggered. The sections on a soccer ball, are colored and used for a programming visual aid.
Various researchers who have tried to identify: What happens when a normal non-multiple subject is hypnotized to not feel pain? Of course, the subject consciously tells the hypnotist that he feels no pain, but researchers such as the Watkins & Hilgards have demonstrated that the
subject under hypnotism dissociates the pain to another part of the mind. In other words, hypnosis and MPD (DID) which are both forms of dissociation are much closer in how they function than some people have realized. In fact, some researchers, who are well aware of how close the two dissociative functions are, have defined MPD [DID] as "spontaneous hypnosis" [Beahrs, 1982; Bliss, 1986].
The non-conscious area of the mind that hypnotic subjects dissociated to have been labeled "ego-states", "the hidden observer" and "a covert cognitive structural system". The giving away of pain, fear, and other traumas to Shadow parts is similar to what happens when researchers observe a person who is directed in hypnosis to not feel pain, unknowingly giving his pain away to a hidden ego-state. A hiding place where alters can go, a place of light which gives energy, is
created in a System.
The New World Order’s One-World-Religion and their MindControl is organized on the hierarchal system with a S.P.I.N. front. The Illuminati and the occult world that they supervise has a strong hierarchial system both worldwide and within the slave. Fritz has spent a great deal of time researching and communicating to other how the hierarchy controls on a large scale, and how it is miniaturized and how this identical hierarchy is placed internally into the slave.
However, the big cover for the hierarchial arrangement is the SPIN principal.
This is a term I made up that is to describe the process and decision strategy that puts the fulfillment of purpose as the top priority.
In some way this thought experiment may go diametrically against the NLP concept of "ecology" which is client centered. This one is purpose centered even at the potential cost of personal ecology.
What presuppositions can you make that focus on fulfilling a purpose?
1. A purpose is not a thing (it can't fit in a wheelbarrow) but when it is considered a thing it takes on a life of it's own.
2. A purpose that is most motivating contains many or all of these qualities:
- a goal, conclusion or end result
- the benefits of attaining that end result
- the benefits of moving toward that end result
- the methods of moving toward that end result
- the benefits long after having attained that end result
- a detached certainty that the end results will be attained
4. Thoughts, actions and emotions are choices.
5. Choices occur every instant of every moment of every second.
6. Choices are amoral, neither "good" or "bad". Their quality can only be measured by how well they fulfill the purpose.
7. There are infinite choices available. The best quality of choice will help fulfill the purpose in the shortest amount of time with the least amount of effort.
8. The greater clarity of purpose the easier it is to choose responses to events and situations. Clarity of purpose include the end result the the benefits of having the end result. It will also include how that end result and benefits effect every aspect of life.
9. There is no such thing as blame, fault, shame or guilt. There is only responsibility.
I would love your input.
LONDON: The human brain may become a "battlefield" in future wars, including "pharmacological land mines" and drones directed by mind control, a new report has predicted.
In a report commissioned by the US Defense Intelligence Agency, leading scientists were asked to examine how a greater understanding of the brain over the next 20 years is likely to drive the development of new medicines and technologies.
According to the Guardian newspaper, US intelligence officials were told that rapid advances in neuroscience could have a dramatic impact on national security and the way in which future wars are fought.
According to the report, they found several areas in which progress could have a profound impact, including behaviour-altering drugs, scanners that can interpret a person's state of mind and devices capable of boosting senses such as hearing and vision.
Bullets may be replaced with "pharmacological land mines" that release drugs to incapacitate soldiers on contact, while scanners and other electronic devices could be developed to identify suspects from their brain activity and even disrupt their ability to tell lies, the report says.
Greater understanding of the brain's workings is also expected to usher in new devices that link directly to the brain, either to allow operators to control machinery with their minds, such as flying unmanned reconnaissance drones, or to boost their natural senses.
"Experiments indicate that the advantages of these devices are such that human operators will be greatly enhanced for things like photo reconnaissance and so on," Kit Green, the chairman of the report committee, was quoted as saying by the British daily on Thursday.
Illuminati Wants to
As if it wasn't bad enough for the military to muck about with mind control, they're also bent on creating an online, self-teaching artificial intelligence.
Hasn't anyone in the Pentagon watched The Terminator?
Of the various possible types of AI, the "most revolutionary would be an intelligent machine that uses the Internet to train," write the authors of a military-commissioned National Research Council report on emerging cognitive neuroscience. With so much information online and constantly updated, "If a system that reasoned like a human being could be achieved, there would be no limit to augmenting its capabilities."
Skynet, anyone? What self-respecting, self-sufficient AI wouldn't see CO2-spewing humans as a threat to its existence?
Okay, I'm being hyperbolic. But there is something vaguely creepy about the idea of greater-than-human artificial intelligence unleashed on the Internet by the military. Fortunately, as the authors note, "Many efforts, large and small, to reach this goal have not yet succeeded" -- perhaps because natural intelligence is still such a mystery to us.
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Future wars could see opponents attacking each other's minds, according to a report for the US military.
Landmines releasing brain-altering chemicals, scanners reading soldiers' minds and devices boosting eyesight and hearing could all one figure in arsenals, suggests the study.
Sophisticated drugs, designed for dementia patients but also allowing troops to stay awake and alert for several days are expected to be developed, according to the report. It is thought that some US soldiers are already taking drugs prescribed for narcolepsy in an attempt to combat fatigue.
As well as those physically and mentally boosting one's own troops, substances could also be developed to deplete an opponents' forces, it says.
"How can we disrupt the enemy's motivation to fight?" It asks. "Is there a way to make the enemy obey our commands?" Research shows that "drugs can be utilized to achieve abnormal, diseased, or disordered psychology" among one's enemy, it concludes.
Research is particularly encouraging in the area of functional neuroimaging, or understanding the relationships between brain activity and actions, the report says, raising hopes that scanners able to read the intentions or memories of soldiers could soon be developed.
Some military chiefs and law enforcement officials hope that a new generation of polygraphs, or lie detectors, which spot lie-telling by observing changes in brain activity, can be built.
"Pharmacological landmines," which release drugs to incapacitate soldiers upon their contact with them, could also be developed, according to the report's authors.
The report, which was commissioned by the Defense Intelligence Agency, contained the work of scientists asked to examine how better understanding of how the human mind works was likely to affect the development of technology.
It finds that "great progress has been made" in neuroscience over the last decade, and that continuing advances offered the prospect of a dramatic impact on military equipment and the way in which wars are fought.
It also explains that the concept of torture could be transformed in the future. "It is possible that some day there could be a technique developed to extract information from a prisoner that does not have any lasting side effects," it states. One technique being developed involves the delivery of electrical pulses into a suspect's brain and delay their ability to lie by interfering with its neurons.
Research into "distributed human-machine systems", including robots and military hardware controlled by an operator's mind, is another particular area for optimism among researchers, according to the report. It says significant progress has already been made and that prospects for use of the field are "limited only by the creative imagination."
Jonathan Moreno, a bioethicist and the author of 'Mind Wars: Brain Research and National Defense', said "It's too early to know which, if any, of these technologies is going to be practical. But it's important for us to get ahead of the curve. Soldiers are always on the cutting edge of new technologies."
The research could lead to a communication system that would benefit soldiers on the battlefield and paralysis and stroke patients, according to lead researcher Michael D’Zmura, chair of the UCI Department of Cognitive Sciences.
“Thanks to this generous grant we can work with experts in automatic speech recognition and in brain imaging at other universities to research a brain-computer interface with applications in military, medical and commercial settings,” D’Zmura says.
The brain-computer interface would use a noninvasive brain imaging technology like electroencephalography to let people communicate thoughts to each other. For example, a soldier would “think” a message to be transmitted and a computer-based speech recognition system would decode the EEG signals. The decoded thoughts, in essence translated brain waves, are transmitted using a system that points in the direction of the intended target.
“Such a system would require extensive training for anyone using it to send and receive messages,” D’Zmura says. “Initially, communication would be based on a limited set of words or phrases that are recognized by the system; it would involve more complex language and speech as the technology is developed further.”
D’Zmura will collaborate with UCI cognitive science professors Ramesh Srinivasan, Gregory Hickok and Kourosh Saberi. Joining the team are researchers Richard Stern and Vijayakumar Bhagavatula from Carnegie Mellon’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and David Poeppel from the University of Maryland’s Department of Linguistics.
The grant comes from the U.S. Department of Defense’s Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative program, which supports research involving more than one science and engineering discipline. Its goal is to develop applications for military and commercial uses.
Source: UC Irvine
by Tony Snipes, from 'Art Lessons from God!'
The ability to create art is a gift directly from God. Anything from God has power, so it is no surprise that what you create can influence what people do. It can impact the mind, emotions and will of an entire culture.
Culture is defined as:
“The behavior patterns, arts, beliefs, institutions, and all other products of human work and thought, especially as expressed in a particular community or period. A “way of doing things” for a particular group of people”.
Art is a method of communication. It can:
- Tell a story.
- Relay an emotion.
- Reveal the unseen.
-Portray the seen in a unique way.
-Art affects people the same way that any other method of communication affects people. All things communicated enter the access points of the human soul called “the gates”. These gates are made up of the Eyes, the Ears and the Mouth. The Eye and Ear gates take in information expressed. What we see and what we hear directly influences how we think and how we feel. An artist can create a painting of a young child in the rain, looking cold and hungry. This image can touch the emotions of the viewer. The same viewer can read a political cartoon that is either for or against the reader’s political views. Again, this simple drawing can evoke emotions within the reader.
Think about how all art forms have the ability to connect and impact people. Those that receive what’s communicated artistically, whether seen or heard, think about or relate emotionally to what the artist communicated. A familiar song can remind the listener of a period from their past. A movie about street car racing can motivate movie goers to drive fast on the way home from the theater.
So, how does visual art lead to affecting people and the culture that they are in? Here’s the path:
-Visual Art communicates a message to the viewer. The message communicated affects what people think or how people feel:
What you think and feel leads to actions.
Marketing and advertising professionals do this everyday. Their goal is to stimulate a response from consumers using artistic elements, graphics, color, sound, music, video, etc. The fact is that these elements employed properly influence how we dress, what we buy, who we find attractive, where we eat, etc. Your art has the potential to stimulate an invisible, intangible thought is one thing. The concept of that thought or emotion making the leap from the invisible world of the mind to the physical world as an action is what’s really miraculous when you think about it.
-Actions repeated lead to habits (good or bad).
It’s been said that if you do a certain thing at least 21 times, it will become a habit. Of course, habits come in two ways, good habits and bad habits. The principle of repetition works both ways.
-Habits lead to lifestyle.
This is where individual or collective culture resides. This is where those “behavior patterns” that I mentioned in the definition of culture take root.
As an example, some may be familiar with “Bratz”, a line of dolls targeting preteen girls. Illustrations of these characters can be found on packaging, t-shirts, book covers, lunch boxes, book bags…everywhere. The imagery of these characters portray young girls with “bedroom eyes”, heavy makeup and exposed midriffs. Now, whether or not you find this look acceptable, young girls are influenced by the overall message communicated in the design concept as to what clothes are “in” and what they should wear.
Visual art for generations has been powerful enough to influence culture. Since art is a vehicle that relays ideas, information and emotion; what you create can influence what people do.
Intelligence gathering is neither straightforward nor foolproof. The intelligence community's abject failure when it came to the matter of Iraq and WMDs illustrates that point rather effectively, as does the failure to anticipate the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, as well as the USSR's wild goose chase over Able Archer 83. When we think of the application of science to the intelligence gathering world, it's usually something like spy satellites or listening devices, but the US intelligence community needs to pay more heed to the world of the neurosciences, according to a new report from the National Research Council.
One of the major findings in "Emerging Cognitive Neuroscience and Related Technologies" is that the intelligence community should invest in research for detecting and measuring psychological states via neurophysiological markers. It's no secret that polygraphs are almost worthless. Their analysis is highly subjective, and it's fairly simple to fool them. But advances in neuroscience, specifically neuroimaging, mean that a lie detector that actually works is much closer to reality. It's fairly obvious why this would be of interest to the intelligence community, but it's just a single example of developments in the neurosciences that are of potential interest.
Other key findings include the need to stay up-to-date with the state of new pharmacological developments, along with other neuroimaging advances, the potential growth in computer modeling of cognition, and distributed human-machine systems. The NRC recommends that the intelligence community pay particular attention to developments overseas. Although not explicitly stated by name, the implication is that China and India, referred to obliquely as "countries where software research and development is relatively inexpensive and where there exists a sizable workforce with the appropriate education and skills" may be in a position to advance past the US into technological superiority.
The report was commissioned by the Defense Intelligence Agency, who are aware of emerging trends in neuroscience but lack the personnel to truly understand them. This lack of sufficiently trained people is highlighted in the report, which points out that the intelligence community needs to recruit more officers and analysts with advanced science backgrounds, and should expand collaborations and links with academia.
That last point could be a potentially provocative one. Last year, arguments over the complicity of psychologists in the torture of detainees by the US military and intelligence agencies reverberated through the American Psychological Association, and it doesn't take much imagination to think similar things could happen in the neuroscience community. Then there's the specter of programs such as the CIA's MK Ultra, which ran during the 1950s and 1960s, and attempted to use psychoactive drugs to induce mind control.
On the other hand, it's worth bearing in mind that the US has neither a monopoly on intelligence agencies nor neuroscience research, and it would do well to make sure it was aware of developments in competitor nations with national security implications. After all, that's why we have intelligence agencies! Whether all of this means more funding for researchers in neuroscience is not quite clear, but we saw a large spike in funding for biodefense following the anthrax mailings. Then again, with black budgets, perhaps we'll never know.
Drugs that make soldiers want to fight. Robots linked directly to their controllers' brains. Lie-detecting scans administered to terrorist suspects as they cross U.S. borders.
These are just a few of the military uses imagined for cognitive science -- and if it's not yet certain whether the technologies will work, the military is certainly taking them very seriously.
"It's way too early to know which -- if any -- of these technologies is going to be practical," said Jonathan Moreno, a Center for American Progress bioethicist and author of Mind Wars: Brain Research and National Defense. "But it's important for us to get ahead of the curve. Soldiers are always on the cutting edge of new technologies."
Moreno is part of a National Research Council committee convened by the Department of Defense to evaluate the military potential of brain science. Their report, "Emerging Cognitive Neuroscience and Related Technologies," was released today. It charts a range of cognitive technologies that are potentially powerful -- and, perhaps, powerfully troubling.
Here are the report's main areas of focus:
- Mind reading. The development of psychological models and neurological imaging has made it possible to see what people are thinking and whether they're lying. The science is, however, still in its infancy: Challenges remain in accounting for variations between individual brains, and the tendency of our brains to change over time.
One important application is lie detection -- though one hopes that the lesson of traditional lie detectors, predicated on the now-disproven idea that the physiological basis of lying can be separated from processes such as anxiety, has been learned.
Mind readers could be used to interrogate captured enemies, as well as "terrorist suspects" passing through customs. But does this mean, for example, that travelers placed on the bloated, mistake-laden watchlist would have their minds scanned, just as their computers will be?
The report notes that "In situations where it is important to win the hearts and minds of the local populace, it would be useful to know if they understand the information being given them."
- Cognitive enhancement. Arguably the most developed area of cognitive neuroscience, with drugs already allowing soldiers to stay awake and alert for days at a time, and brain-altering drugs in widespread use among civilians diagnosed with mental and behavioral problems.
Improved drug delivery systems and improved neurological understanding could make today's drugs seem rudimentary, giving soldiers a superhuman strength and awareness -- but if a drug can be designed to increase an ability, a drug can also be designed to destroy it.
"It's also important to develop antidotes and protective agents against various classes of drugs," says the report. This echoes the motivation of much federal biodefense research, in which designing defenses against potential bioterror agents requires those agents to be made -- and that raises the possibility of our own weapons being turned against us, as with the post-9/11 anthrax attacks, which used a military developed strain.
- Mind control. Largely pharmaceutical, for the moment, and a natural outgrowth of cognitive enhancement approaches and mind-reading insight: If we can alter the brain, why not control it?
One potential use involves making soldiers want to fight. Conversely, "How can we disrupt the enemy’s motivation to fight? [...] How can we make people trust us more? What if we could help the brain to remove fear or pain? Is there a way to make the enemy obey our commands?"
- Brain-Machine Interfaces. The report focuses on direct brain-to-machine systems (rather than, for example, systems that are controlled by visual movements, which are already in limited use by paraplegics.) Among these are robotic prostheses that replace or extend body parts; cognitive and sensory prostheses, which make it possible to think and to perceive in entirely new ways; and robotic or software assistants, which would do the same thing, but from a distance.
Many questions surrounding the safety of current brain-machine interfaces: The union of metal and flesh only lasts so long before things break down. But assuming those can be overcome, questions of plasticity arise: What happens when a soldier leaves the service? How might their brains be reshaped by their experience?
Like Moreno said, it's too early to say what will work. The report documents in great detail the practical obstacles to these aims -- not least the failure of reductionist neuroscientific models, in which a few firing neurons can be easily mapped to a psychological state, and brains can be analyzed in one-map-fits-all fashion.
But given the rapid progress of cognitive science, it's foolish to assume that obstacles won't be overcome. Hugh Gusterson, a George Mason University anthropologist and critic of the military's sponsorship of social science research, says their attempt to crack the cultural code is unlikely to work -- "but my sense with neuroscience," he said, "is a far more realistic ambition."
Gusterson is deeply pessimistic about military neuroscience, which will not be limited to the United States.
"I think most reasonable people, if they imagine a world in which all sides have figured out how to control brains, they'd rather not go there," he said. "Most rational human beings would believe that if we could have a world where nobody does military neuroscience, we'll all be better off. But for some people in the Pentagon, it's too delicious to ignore."
Emerging Cognitive Neuroscience and Related Technologies [National Academies Press]
Image: University of Western Florida
Note: The NRC committee is formally known as the Committee on Military and Intelligence Methodology for Emergent Neurophysiological and Cognitive/Neural Science Research in the Next Two Decades. In the future, cognitive technologies will apparently obviate the need for snappy, easily-acronymed titles.
Unlike graying peers who refuse to acknowledge youthful drug use, Rick Doblin celebrates his. He will tell crowds of strangers about the dizzy days of tripping on acid and getting arrested for swimming naked at his alma mater, New College, in the 1970s.
He 'fesses up to dropping out his freshman year in pursuit of truth through psychedelics. He will tell them that the cedar-and-granite Sarasota home he built three decades ago -- described by Rolling Stone magazine as a "Frank Lloyd Wright on acid design" -- was conceived to enhance the experience. He endorses the aboriginal bonding traditions of parents sharing psychedelic drugs with their children.
To be sure, at 55, the controversial drug reform activist has graduated into the sobering realities of middle age. But with the first wave of baby boomers edging closer to the shadow of America's average lifespan of 78 years, Doblin is racing the clock to drag a great taboo out of the closet and into the light of mainstream science.
Working within the system, in a shift that would have been unthinkable during the Just Say No era 20 years ago, Doblin and the benefactors to his nonprofit initiative have persuaded the Food and Drug Administration to revoke its ban on testing psychotropic agents for medicinal purposes.
Today, no less than four clinical studies involving Ecstasy, or MDMA, and psilocybin, the mindbending ingredient of "magic mushrooms," are being monitored by the FDA. Among their potential remedies: helping war veterans cope with post-traumatic stress disorder and easing end-of-life anxieties for the terminally ill.
Girded by a doctorate in public policy from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, Doblin directs his revolution at home in Boston through a nonprofit group -- the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, or MAPS.
Over the past 10 years, MAPS has received nearly $7 million in private donations from the likes of billionaire and former Progressive Insurance Corp. chairman Peter Lewis to bankroll psychedelic research. Beneficiaries include therapists working with trauma disorders in Israel, Switzerland and the United States. Perhaps MAPS' most impressive symbolic feat is facilitating Harvard Medical School's first psychotropic medicinal experiments since LSD guru Timothy Leary was fired for slipping acid to students in the 1960s.
To critics who charge that his hidden agenda is recreational legalization, Doblin counters that psychedelics should be regulated like alcohol.
"You are going to college in the midst of a psychedelic renaissance," Doblin told a crowded New College auditorium this spring. "You are going to college in the midst of a cultural renaissance."
Rite of passage
Growing up in a Jewish household in Skokie, Ill., Doblin had a number of relatives who survived the Holocaust. He was disappointed that his first rite of passage -- the bar mitzvah -- left him feeling untransformed. Progressing through school, Doblin felt his life was out of balance.
"Intellectually, I was overdeveloped, and emotionally, I was underdeveloped," he says. "For me, individually, I was very much in my head."
But that all changed during Doblin's immersion into a "spiritual, existential search" at New College.
He sampled the vogue alternatives of the '70s, from sensory deprivation tanks to primal scream therapy. But nothing increased his empathy for people, or his environment, the way psychotropic drugs did.
Doblin became convinced that "the antidote to Hitler is the study of the deep psyche" through all available means. But federal funding on research into psychedelics was shut down in 1971 after President Nixon declared a "war on drugs." Yet, in the face of those long odds, Ed Barker knew better than to underestimate the ambitions of one of his most unusual students.
When Barker arrived at New College in 1978 from Harvard's Department of Clinical Psychology, Doblin's profile as a crusading party animal was legendary. But after becoming Doblin's faculty advisor, Barker recognized something else. He eventually served as board chairman for MAPS, which Doblin founded in 1986, a year after Ecstasy was outlawed.
"Rick is one of the most motivated students I ever had," Barker says. "And his life's goal, very clearly, is to get psychedelics approved for therapeutic medication."
"He has a good feel for dealing with people; he was more militant when he was younger," he says. "Now he knows how government works, and his organizational skills are better. And he knows how to make friends with his opponents."
Doblin's bridges run from street-level counterculture to the halls of power.
For instance, his emergency-services network for party hounds staggered by intense hallucinogenic trips is a staple of the annual Burning Man Festival in Nevada's Black Rock Desert.
He has been called by government committees as an expert witness on psychedelic therapy, and has loudly defended a Brazilian-American church's right to employ a psychoactive tea, ayahuasca, as a religious sacrament. The U.S. Supreme Court sided with the church in a unanimous vote in 2006.
But it was MAPS' consultations with an FDA advisory panel in 1992 that paved the way for the psychedelic studies unfolding today with private funds.
"The idea of going to the FDA and getting psychedelic drugs approved was never seriously pursued by the drug reform movement," says Dale Gerringer, director of the California/National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. "But Rick's been very savvy about this."
Doblin's candor can also put enthusiastic supporters at a distance.
At the Washington office of NORML, where he serves as executive director, Alan St. Pierre describes Doblin as "a true visionary" and "one of the most fascinating people I've ever met." But as a NORML board member, Doblin is often completely alone in his motions to "inflate the scope" of an organization dedicated to the legalization of pot, says St. Pierre.
"I can't take the visions he proposes and walk over to a congressional office with them," he says. "I will be laid to waste in those places."
Noting that NORML advocates an adults-only policy on marijuana use, St. Pierre says, "Rick stands alone with his children's access positions. There's almost no real support for that anywhere."
Doblin, who has children aged 13, 12 and 9, counters with an Alcohol Beverage Control report indicating that 33 states outside of Florida allow minors to consume alcohol with the approval of parents or guardians.
"The hysteria about kids and drugs is what drives the drug war today," Doblin says. "In the 1960s, it was all about a cultural rebellion, but today it's all about fear.
"It's amazing to me, the number of people who smoke marijuana and hide it from their kids because it's illegal. Education is the real key, it's essential. This should be a decision of the parents, not the government. Prohibition denies parents the opportunity to have an honest conversation with their kids about making responsible choices."
For now, all eyes are on MAPS-sponsored testing of Ecstasy as a potential cure for post-traumatic stress disorder.
MDMA, a molecule that fuses the introspective properties of mescaline to the stimulant effects of methamphetamine, was originally investigated by the U.S. military in the 1950s as a mind-control weapon. It was outlawed in the 1980s following its role in rave-club deaths, which often involved a combination of dehydration, alcohol and other drugs.
Ecstasy was approved for study by the FDA in 2000, but a series of ultimately unfounded concerns postponed the trials for four years. Obtaining a license from the Drug Enforcement Agency was also a cumbersome exercise that cost nearly $1 million.
Today, Dr. Michael Mithoefer, a Charleston, S.C., psychiatrist, is completing an Ecstasy pilot study involving 21 patients, including two Iraq war veterans. Doblin says the subjects are responding "several hundred times better" than with popular antidepressants Zoloft and Paxil. Mithoefer's early assessments, published in a book of essays called "Psychedelic Medicine: Social, Clinical, and Legal Perspectives," appear to bear him out.
Mithoefer noted "decreased fear and anxiety, increased openness, trust and interpersonal closeness," and "improved therapeutic alliance" among his patients, along with an ability to revisit past traumas "with new insight, calm objectivity and compassionate self-acceptance."
The ramifications could be broad. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly 8 million Americans suffer from some form of acute stress. Additionally, a recent RAND study indicates as many as 300,000 veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan are coping with major depression or stress disorders.
Those numbers pale, however, against the tidal wave of 76 million baby boomers about to crash into their mortal years. MAPS has developed protocols for that demographic as well.
Terminal patients on rigorous pain-management schedules, Doblin says, require increased dosages of numbing opiates as they develop higher tolerance levels.
"These people become very sleepy, they're almost not present, and it doesn't completely eliminate the pain," he says. "But the combination of MDMA and opiates brings people back to alertness and then opens up their access to their emotions, and reduces pain."
Virtually impossible hurdles
The FDA has a no-comment policy on ongoing trials, and the National Institute of Drug Abuse declined to discuss psychedelic medicine.
Former NIDA acting director Glen Hanson acknowledges the "therapeutic potential" of Ecstasy. "But will it present a clinical value that significantly exceeds what we already have out there? I don't think MDMA is unique or that it will produce a magic bullet."
A pharmacologist at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Hanson says Ecstasy will have to clear virtually impossible hurdles to make it to the market. Even if studies continue to produce positive results, Hanson says it will take a major sales job to persuade litigation-wary pharmaceutical companies to invest in a product stigmatized by a history of abuse.
"His pockets aren't deep enough," Hanson says. "Ten million dollars ain't gonna do it. He'll need hundreds of millions of dollars, even if he's allowed to keep going."
Doblin disputes those figures, saying reams of pre-existing MDMA data will shorten the approval process. But even converts to his message, such as New College students Alexa Anderson and David Banks, have a fatalistic outlook on the bureaucracy response.
"I think people are ready for a new conversation about the therapeutic value of psychedelics," says Anderson, 22. "I'm not sure our government is."
Banks, 21, thinks Doblin's celebrated drug exploits, coupled with his roots at what is regarded as a "hippie school," may create potentially insurmountable "cultural baggage."
"To go from here to there, really, requires a politically powerful medical professional and the mass media to get on top of it and stay on top of it," Banks says. "I don't think that's going to happen anytime soon."
But NORML's St. Pierre says the exuberant Doblin has already begun to move the bar.
"Rick is Pan," St. Pierre says. "He's Pan with the fife. And I've got to admit, I'm not immune to that at all."
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This is the order or command, like "Run!" or "Come here!"
But in English the imperative verbs are always in the form of things someone says to someone else, what is called the "second person" form of the verb.
It's occurred to me that English is lacking something that would be a wonderful tool of motivation; a first person imperative verb. In other words this would be the form of the verb WE TELL OURSELVES to command ourselves into action.
Most of us simply shout to ourselves mentally the command as if someone else was saying it.
Lately, I've been using a my own version of the first person imperative verb by simply saying (or thinking) to myself the words "By WILL I ..." and it seems to work quite nicely.
If you were to make up your own first person imperative verb how would you say it?
Leave a comment.
Two of these images seem to describe the 9/11 attacks.
The artist is a Dan Deacon who, using music and his own form of cheerleading he transforms a mass of people into a passive herd of playful meat puppets.
In the most skillful way he packages his mind control warheads wrapped around missiles fun and play. No one would suspect therefor no one could resist.
This man is the benevolent god of mass mind control.
L Ron Hubbard eat your heart out.
XLR8R TV Episode 31: Dan Deacon - The best video clips are here
FYI, the fart sounds were added in post production.
That said, there is a benefit to restraint. If someone like that is going around whooping and gesticulating in social settings they may be happy and healthy but they will certainly limit their circle of friends.
My advice, when the spirit gets into you treat it like everyone else treats a fart. Keep it to yourself until you're around people who are familiar with the stink you make.
Get Rich,Get Laid, Get Even.
Get What You Want
If you've been reading infowars.com or 911truth.org, by now you realize that you're in serious trouble if you don't start taking essential steps to protect your brain. Not only do you have to worry about the Council on Foreign Relations' orbital mind control satellites, but now Google Earth has microwave lasers to read your thoughts from windowless black vans that roam our neighborhoods. And if that's not bad enough, airliners are dropping psychoactive chemtrails on your head, while your own cell phone is beaming radiation into your gray matter to kill you with a brain tumor so that the Chinese can use your body to host an alien parasite they have genetically engineered to operate your body like a puppet.
There is only one time-tested defense from all of these threats, the tinfoil hat. Now I know you've heard a lot about the efficacy of these fabled protective devices, but there are some facts you may not know, and details which the agents of the New World Order have purged from the public record to keep you defenseless and in ignorance. Here - at least until the Illuminati gets wise and deletes this article - are the secrets of designing and constructing the most effective possible tinfoil hat, so that the next time you go to a local Ron Paul meetup or out for a beer with your Truther friends, you won't unwittingly be turned into a remote operated spy for the Illuminati.
First there's the issue of materials. Traditionally, tinfoil hats have been made of tinfoil. Go look in your kitchen. You'll notice that the stuff you call 'tin' foil is actually made of aluminum. In the 1970s the global corporatists of the metals industry replaced our actual tinfoil with aluminum foil in an effort to reduce our access to the protective properties of true tinfoil. It was a clever stratagem, because traditionally constructed hats made from aluminum foil have only a fraction of the radiation reflecting properties of a true tinfoil hat. Thankfully, this can be addressed by using an alternative design, which has been suppressed by a conspiracy of Opus Dei librarians, but which I will reveal here. Of course, you can use tinfoil, and in fact, some other foils are even more effective. Copper foil has double the value of tinfoil and gold foil is even better. In fact, more compact hat designs can be used with these metals, such as the gold-lined yarmulkes used by agents of the JDL and AIPAC. But gold foil is prohibitively expensive, tinfoil is hard to find, and copper foil has become increasingly expensive because of the copper shortage caused by the consumption of copper to line the entirety of the interior of the government's secret Yucca Mountain facility.
The answer is to use the aluminum foil which the elites allow us to have, but to use the right design to maximize its effectiveness. The traditional cockade-style hat design borrowed from paper hats just isn't adequate when working with inferior materials. If you have aluminum foil or are lucky enough to find some actual tinfoil at a junk shop or antique store, you can double its effectiveness by using a miter-style design which resembles a Catholic bishop's hat. Hardly a coincidence, since those bishops line their hats with metal foil to protect them from attacks by witches and sorcerers.
You start out with a 12 inch square piece of foil. Fold it in half to make a triangle. Then take the points on the top and bottom folds opposite the long, folded edge and fold them back halfway to the main fold. Then, take the other two corners and fold them opposite to each other to form two right angles at each end of the folded foil. Then, fold the triangular ends over in opposite directions. You will then have a perfect square, 6 inches on a side. On the side opposite the very first fold there will be an opening. Stick the fingers of each hand inside one of the sides, and with your thumbs holding the foil to the fingers from the outside, pull your hands apart. The hat will open up and naturally form two points as in the traditional bishop's miter. You may want to push the points closer together to form a better point.
The hat is worn square on the head, with the brim resting above the eyebrows. This should effectively shield your brain from any kind of radiation directed at it from above or from any side. While we have had good results with this hat design, even with aluminum foil, we make no guarantees as to its effectiveness. Scientists at the Carlyle Group and NASA are on the payroll of the Rothschild and Rockefeller families, and are constantly at work on improving mind control and pacification laser, microwave and sub-sonic technology. We cannot guarantee effectiveness against chemtrail pathogens or psychotropics and recommend that the hat be worn in combination with a dust mask sprayed with Windex. Do not use Formula 409, GreenWorks or any other Clorox product as Clorox is owned by the Taft family, who are notorious members of the CFR.
With your hat on and other appropriate preparations, you ought to be able to attend your local Ron Paul meetup or 9/11 Truth meeting and be relatively confident that the black helicopters, stealth drones and satellite surveillance systems of the New World Order will be unable to read or control your thoughts.Watch this space in the future for information on how to protect yourself from department store scanners, clothing with radioactive markers, video surveillance cameras and dentally implanted radio transcievers.
To Control The Thoughts
of Others With Your Words
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Mind control tricks often entreat negative images of people who achieve their goals at the expense of others through the use of techniques such as hypnosis. Such a judgment of mind control tricks is in many cases a sweeping statement and is untrue. In any case, the sentiment is some extremely powerful tool. According to Einstein, most human being use no more than 10% of his or her brain at any point in time throughout his or her lifetime. In this respect, be obedient to control tricks be able to be used to develop success for you in life by allowing you to gain control and make better use of that unutilized 90% of your brain.
One of the most popular mind control tricks would be self hypnosis. This method of hypnosis is used to reprogram the brain with the subconscious mind and should be done positively to bring about positive affirmations towards your subconscious mind. What we mean here is to make conversion to an act of positive thoughts and emotions in order to program your subconscious mind in clear ways. This could be done through either a home-made hypnosis method or the purchase of a hypnosis CD available on the internet. For the former, relaxation and focus is the key while you say and frame positive affirmations in not away tense. For the latter, come the instructions in the CD. Generally it is recommended that you listen to such CDs in a relaxing environment which would allow you to keep your full attention on the hypnosis process.
Another wholesome trick that is suitable especially for people who have adequate supply to remember in their day to day activities would exist the use of mnemonics. This is a useful technique of memory retention and be able to take the form of both pictures, words or other similar associations. Using the first alphabet of each task to form a word can also be carried adhering for people who have many things to remember. Such methods are vital when you are caught with a situation where you do not have the ability to jot down the numerous tasks awaiting you.
A third part advance of controlling your mind to grant you to achieve more in your life would be through the use of visualizations. Instead of sitting there and whining at the job, relax and feel yourself go through the entire process of the do job-work right up to the stage of effecting. Savor the payment when you get the job done. Your visualization should be done in great detach including the materials and people whom you be pleased need to get the job done. Thereafter, sit up and do the job the way you did it in your mind. You will find that doing the work at jobs is no longer as disagreeable as judgment. At the same time, your visualization of success will only align your subconscious mind towards this tendency. The resultant effect would be that your conscious inclination takes the necessary actions that determination get you to success.
Lastly, it would exist a good idea to identify thoughts that distract you. Distracting thoughts often have the tendency to disrupt control of your liking. Getting disencumber of such thoughts would allow you to work on your subconscious mind in positive ways allowing you to get more in life.
Contrary to what most believe, mind control tricks are by no estate mere evil tools used by people who want to manipulate others. When used correctly, it can be a powerful self-help tool because greater success in life.
I give it Five Stars.
The Illuminati Within
Written By: Jeff Behnke
I propose a new understanding of the Illuminati, the Reptilians, the Grand Master Masons, the Superclass and their pursuit of money and power and control. Their materialism has its place in infinity, and if you try to remove it, things at this location seem to lose sense and purpose. You are alive for a finite time on this planet, and your life is nothing more than a game you have chosen to play, albeit temporarily. The illuminated are those who know how the game is played and seek to expand the role of conscious through disconnected creation. You can see evidence of this in their genetically engineered foods, externally applied medications, corporate policies. The unenlightened are those who do not structure, who exist almost on accident and see themselves almost like victims to the system.
The Illuminati, unlike the masses of connected infinity, have the power of personal creation. They have harvested it and worshipped it for thousands of years, passing their knowledge of how to do so down from master to student throughout the ages. And by harvested I am saying they have carried the concept of creation to extremes and only draw people into their network who worship creation the same way that they do. They look internally and draw out their own understanding of what material creation is and what it means and how to utilize it. They see their role as a benevolent gods who create the law and use the consciousness of the many for the purpose of a few. Their structural capabilities are the strongest on earth, which can be seen through the formulation of their laws and the feeding of their own reptilian needs which helps increase their need to structure and control and gather more power and money. When confronted concerning this, they do not defend themselves because they have no defense—it is true, but it is a truth that they cannot openly reveal. Why? It is unacceptable to the masses to be used and is therefore done in secret. It would strip them of their ability to create if they did not keep others stupid and unenlightened as they have been enlightened. Take away the knowledge from the people that they can be gods. Set up religions that reinforce the fact that they are all victims who must look externally for a savior as opposed to the illuminati who look internally. Heaven is branded as an external location—hell is branded as internal, and it is this hell in which they happily turn to for inspiration. They seek to expand the role of disconnected consciousness at the expense of connected consciousness. Connected consciousness is like a plenum of unrealized potential. The Illuminati know that only through disconnection from that consciousness and the promotion of that disconnection can they create this place. They know this truth, and it is a truth which, if shared, would set them back more than a millennium.
When you read books such as those by David Icke, you get the sense that the conspiracy community understands this, but they do not know what to do with the knowledge, exactly. Stop it? In order to stop it, you pretty much have to do as the Illuminati do and develop structures and take control by wrestling control away from them. You need to disconnect the Illuminati from the masses who do not know better, but you cannot do this without using Illuminati concepts of creation through disconnection and fear. You must use their archetypes, use their knowledge against them, in other words. But to do so is a guilt-laden process, and those who begin to do such realize that they are like the snake which eats its own tail. They become the Illuminati as their understanding of Illuminati archetypes flood into their system and they begin to work with that knowledge to wrestle control from them. They use doublespeak to infiltrate. They lie. They cheat. They do so “for the greater good.” Those who fight the Illuminati become the Illuminati, and once they realize this, there is no longer a need to rid the world of them, because it would include the removal of the removalists—themselves.
Eventually in the ever-evolving process of finite creation which the Illuminati actively promote, the soul is emptied. It is a death of sorts. The body, for instance, evolves its structure over time, and then the soul leaves the structure as the energy seeks to free itself from its confines. In the same way, mankind reaches a new pinnacle of structure only to realize there is no longer anyone who wants to live in such a place and seeks to tear it all down, change it randomly, and they do so through the promotion of idealistic freedom, justice, family, utilizing the archetypes of infinity. The soul is energy, and if you lock too much energy into place (turning the world into a slave state, for instance) it will seek to free itself by transferring itself out of its shell and moving on to something else. Mankind will suffer a death, and ultimately a rebirth. It will tear down the walls, right itself by removing itself from structure so the spiritual energy can roam "free" once again. Energy, it is said, cannot be created nor destroyed, and if you lock enough of that energy into a structure, the structure decays. As a result, the slave state which seems to be coming forth in the world today will erode, as it must, for energy inside of our connected souls is too powerful to be suppressed.
I know where my own consciousness exists in these ever shifting frequencies of finite reality and infinite possibility. My own mind is drawn towards infinity and the collapse of pre-existing structures as those structures do not serve my energy. I have not fully lived as the reptilian Illuminati have lived. I have no interest in their place nor their roles that they have set up through ritualistic living. I do not like to structure more structure upon its structure. I care not for its phallic representation of itself. I don’t like playing this game, holding their wands, wearing their hats. I don’t like putting on their makeup, their smile, wearing their suits, enforcing their policies, even though I understand the importance of their makeup, their false smiles, their suits, their rules. Where so many see structure, I see a lie because I have never fully left interconnected consciousness the way I was supposed to when I was born. I am like a stem cell which cares not to become an organ, a peeking child afraid to fully open the door. Adrift, I live accidentally more so than intentionally. There is a lie within structure that I cannot accept. I do not see color, countries, nations, planets, laws, or reasons in which I am right and someone else is wrong, or why I am wrong and someone else is right. I only see the frequencies as they blend together and make this place what it is. I prefer something else, but I don’t know what. The amnesia caused by my own birth is too much of a distraction. The world whips by and I stare out the window provided to me. There is an Illuminati game within me, but the second I turn it on, I’m overwhelmed with the need to press reset. I know it all is a game we are supposed to play, but more often than not, I intentionally choose not to play it. Instead, I sit behind my desk and read of those who are playing, wondering why I cannot join.
IMO The keys to charisma are
1) The confidence to speak with such authority that, for that moment, you believe it.
2) Not caring what other people think about you. (That makes you a cool rebel.)
3) A personal sense of power and control that allows others around you to feel safe in your presence and do what you tell them.
~ Dantalion Jones
There is a simple fact of human nature that states we all want to be liked. Don’t be afraid to admit it. If we think about it, underlying many of our actions, we are really seeking ways to validate ourselves and to fulfill this desire of being liked.
Have you ever met someone and instantly took a liking towards them? You can’t explain why, but you feel a fondness and you want to do things to help them. I’m not talking about sexual attraction, but a genuine and innocent feeling of fondness towards another person.
In a job interview, you are more likely to be hired if the interviewer likes you as a person. In a business situation, you are more likely to get deals done and gain favors. In a personal situation, you are likely to gain trust and loyal friendships.
When we decide that we like someone, it is a psychological process that we cannot quite articulate. It’s not a secret that we make decisions emotionally and justify them logically. So, does this mean that we can influence an emotional decision that happens subconsciously?
I believe that decisions can be influenced. I know that the qualities of a likeable person can be cultivated and proactively developed. Do you want to know how to develop the skills to be likable?
I was helping my partner Adam prepare for an interview last night. At one point, I had explained to him the power of Mirroring and that it can make others feel more comfortable around you.
When I first heard about Mirroring, I was told that “If you’re afraid that the other person will get suspicious of you mimicking them, then you must be the type of person who thinks that people are actually listening when you’re talking.” I mentioned this and we laughed at it. I said, “Trust me, just try it out. It really works.”
We went off on another topic and he asked me a question about usability testing in software. I went on answering it, and 10 minutes went by and I was still talking. It felt as if I couldn’t stop talking.
When I finally finished covering all areas of software usability testing (including excruciating details that he would have little interest in), he burst out laughing.
So, apparently, he used mirroring on me. And it worked. What’s amazing is that it worked on me after having just told him about it. I didn’t even have a clue that he was mirroring me.
It occurred to me that like-ability can actually be cultivated, like many skills.
What are these skills?
Aside from being polite and respectful, there are several specific things we can pay particular attention to. I’m not asking you to pretend, but be aware of these things when engaged in a conversation. The little things make a big difference in how others perceive us.
This simple technique was the inspiration for this article. Mirroring is copying the other person’s physical mannerisms, movements and facial expressions when engaged in a conversation. You become a mirror image of the other person. (see Wikipedia)
Mirroring happens naturally in social interactions, but when you are conscious of it and are aware of its affects, it can be used as a tool in effective communication for generating rapport.
Mirroring someone closely will cause you to feel what they’re feeling (to some extent). I did an exercise once, in a group of three, during a workshop. One person starts by visualizing a scene; seeing, feeling and experiencing the scene. A second person imitates this person’s facial expressions and physical postures. A third person adjusts the second person’s facial expressions and physical postures until he thinks that they are identical. After several minutes, the second person explains what she was feeling. Not only does the second person feel the feelings of the first person, but will at times see what the first person is seeing in his imagination. I was blown away after trying this out, myself.
Next time you’re engaged in a conversation with someone, try mirroring body language, posture, and facial expressions. You will find that the conversation suddenly feels very friendly and open.
For example, you are sitting across the table from someone. You watch them pick up a glass of water with their left hand and gently lean forward, then to the right. You mirror them by holding your glass of water with your right hand, leaning forward and towards the left.
Try it next time … just for fun. :)
2. Remembering Names
Personally, I’m always impressed when others I’ve just met remember my name and use it in a sentence. Since birth, our parents, teachers, friends, and family, have hard wired the sound of our name in our brain. It is certain to get your attention, instantly. It makes you feel important and respected, filling our desire for attention and love.
Recall the last time someone who you just met parted by declaring “Nice to meet you, [insert your name]!” Weren’t you impressed? They are clearly interested in you enough to remember your name, and you want to show them the same respect.
Always make an effort to remember people’s names. Here are some techniques to help you.
3. Be Interested
People love talking about themselves, seriously.
Ask questions that the other person will enjoy answering. If it’s a complete stranger, start with the basics and dig deeper. Rephrase their words to make sure you really understand what they’re saying. You can think of this technique as verbal mirroring. By asking questions about their interests or feelings, you are mirroring their interest in themselves.
Really listen when the person is answering. Only when you are listening will you actually absorb what was said and will actually feel interested. If you run into a boring conversation, find ideas that do interest you and re-focus the conversation. Ask questions. Make it a game.
4. Allowing Others to Talk
In addition to asking questions, it’s important to allow the other person to talk. This means, stop talking. Stop talking about yourself, stop inserting your opinions, refrain from interrupting.
Next time you’re engaged in a conversation, practice not saying anything after asking a question. This might mean not speaking for several minutes *gasp*. Even when the other person appears to be finished, practice not speaking for 30 seconds. Often times, the person is still thinking, is actually pausing, and will start speaking again. By doing so, you will get a lot more depth from that person.
Many girlfriends I know have the interruption problem, myself included. Pay particular attention to this skill, you’ll be amazed at the wealth of thoughtful goodness coming from your partner. Being a patient listener is a great way to connect with and get to know people.
Try it: ask a question and then zip up. Listen and learn.
Send out the intention that you would like to get to know this person better, to really listen to them and to be there for them. I’m always amazed at the power of intention, which I believe is the seed for starting anything, whether it is a goal or a friendship.
Make a wish for the other person. Send out a positive intention for your interaction.
6. Offer Help
We are mostly self seeking and are driven by motivations that benefit us, with the exception of some extreme cases and parent-child relationships. But let’s face-it, we are self-seeking most of the time because it is a natural part of our survival instincts. Even if we are working on a good cause, we almost always have a reason for helping that is personally beneficial.
When others genuinely offer their help, we feel particularly fond of them. Why? Offering help is a kind gesture that implies a respect and admiration for you. And when we put ourselves in their shoes, wouldn’t it be advantageous to offer help to others?
I’m a big believer in giving more than I take in return. And my personal motto: “To get what you want, help others get what they want, first.”
Find a need that others have that you can provide. Offer help. Even just a casual email offering help will make the world of difference towards how this person feels about you.
“Everytime you smile at someone, it is an action of love,
a gift to that person, a beautiful thing.”
~ Mother Teresa
Do you remember how you felt when you saw a genuine smile? Or awkwardly standing in an elevator full of strangers and suddenly someone smiles at you? It really is contagious and shifts your state to a positive one.
Smile genuinely. Start by smiling at friends. Try lifting the spirits of passing strangers.