Selection on Mind control (1955-75):
by William Sargant (1957)
Rape Of The Mind
by Joost Merloo (1961)
An inquiry into the development of cold war as a system of conflict.
by Moynihan, John Joseph (1965)
Physical Control Of The Mind Towards A Psychocivilized Society
by Jose M. R. Delgado (1969)
The Neural Control Of Behavior
by Richard E. Whalen (1970)
The Psychiatric Programming Of People
by H. L. Newbold (1972)
Rockefeller Commission Report (CIA Activities)
by United States President’s Commission on CIA Activities within the United States (1975)
You can only imagine how far mind control application has gone since last 45 years.
In fact, you can see it all around.
Held in high regard among the growing ‘shamanic’ and ‘psychedelic’ communities in the West, ayhuaska, called also yage, and its close relative DMT, are generally considered far more powerful in their effects than LSD, offering an experience that some have described as ‘astral bungee jumping’.
They also work directly on the amygdala, the circuit of the brain that discerns fact from falsehood, resulting in particularly convincing experiences which are storedin the brain as objectively real events rather than mere waking dreams. This makes them particularly effective weapons for mind control, and for exploitative Peruvian shaman to make a quick buck out of tourists in search of religious experience.
Whilst providing a powerful tool for self-reprogramming, the dangers of obsession and delusion should never be underestimated. They are extremely dangerous in the wrong hands.
Found in ENTHEOGENS, from THE NUERONOMICƟN: A 21st Century Grimoire
by Nathaniel J. Harris (2019.)
Art source: DMT Art : 40 Visionary Paintings Inspired by DMT