There aren’t many things that get my anger and paranoia out for a walk on a rainy weekday afternoon than reading about advances being made by the military-industrial empire having to do with mind control.
I like to be left alone to determine the direction of my life, so I find Joseph Farrell’s Microcosm and Medium to be a breath of fresh air, first for its new information, then for some analysis by someone with advanced intelligence and terminal degrees, and thirdly for its approach to hope for humanity. There are things we can do to prevent the cell doors of tyranny from slamming shut.
Microcosm and Medium: The Cosmic Implications and Agenda of Mind Control Technologies. In this latest book Joseph P Farrell examines the subject of mind control, but from a very unusual perspective, showing that its basic underlying philosophy, and goal, is not only cosmological in nature, but that the cosmology in view is very ancient, and that mind control of any sort, from the arts to hypnosis, remote electromagnetic technologies and “electroencephalographic dictionaries” has cosmological implications.
“Following a paradigm of researching the relationship between alternative history and science, Farrell has followed with a stunning series of books….”; I can lay claim to having sampled the ones about Babylon’s banksters, and about transhumanism. And I resonate with the theme of cognitive integration, individually and within relationships, as a contrapuntal answer to the CIA’s push for a “disconnected, dissociative population in a state of confusion, hysteria, and passivity that is oblivious to transcendent beauty and virtue”.
It is Farrell’s contention “that to ignore the mind control aspect of the post-World War II manipulation of the world of the arts by the deep states, not only of the West but of the Soviet bloc, is to ignore what may be a central and principal key of their respective mind control and psychic research programs: that connection between (1) mind manipulation and/or control, (2) cosmology, and (3) the arts.
Farrell cites Frances Stonor Saunders’ “The Cultural Cold War: The CIA and the World of Arts and Letters”. Being enamored of pipe organ and C.P.E. Bach, Farrell is comfortable discussing music theory and Dietrich Bartel’s Musica Poetica.
“Music [using time signature, tempo, key, cadence and an entire arsenal of rhetorical methods and devices], supremely of all the arts, is thus in the fullest sense of the words a magical science or scientific magic, a quasi-alchemical craft of the manipulation of Affekten, and from thence the manipulation of subjective individual emotional responses”.
You can see, as I did, that the way forward in reading “Microcosm and Medium” seems littered with cobwebs, but stay with it; in a moment, Farrell is discussing vibrations, frequencies, and the ability to move people.
Citing C.P.E. Bach’s “Essay on the True Art of Playing Keyboard Instruments” [“A musician cannot move others unless he too is moved.”] Farrell says that “if one wishes to control, manipulate, or dominate the culture, one has to find a way to manipulate that which is the wellspring of it all: the mind…. No better argument in favor of this thesis exists than the American intelligence’s community mostly successful post-war attempt to drive the artistic-cultural agenda, and thereby to manipulate and engineer broad cultural perceptions.”
Farrell speaks of the current degeneracy of the Western culture, of experimentation for the sake of experimentation, the embrace by the CIA of antinomianism, what Wikipedia called a “nonconformity through the concept of transgression”. This extends the modern usage of the term, from simply implying that “moral laws are relative in meaning and application”, to include the avowed irreligion manifest in modern Satanism”. Greg Barnhisel is cited as saying that complete moral degeneracy has been made “safe for consumption by American middle-class audiences”.
Farrell cites certain anti-music like Schonberg as an example of “cultural Marxism”, the “unresolvable, unrealizable, unrealistic, unreasonable and irrational pursuit of pure equality of results”. He then turns to Dave McGowan’s book on the weird scenes inside Laurel Canyon and “the very evident hidden hand at work, the links to military and intelligence communities, with its hints of secret underground tunnels, MKULTRA operations”, drugs, and the continuation of a deep trend in aesthetics toward nihilism.
“… the arts have been drafted and perverted as a soft power technique of mind manipulation and social engineering to the extent that perhaps the real target of the effort is not simply the population, nor its real motivation to”socially engineering narrative and manage perceptions. It would appear that one possible and even deeper target maybe to hide the link between the mind and cosmology from the general public, all the while exploiting it in every way by and for the mandarins of the deep state.” [Page 54]
Twenty-seven pages later, Farrell is still talking about embedded structural codes in music, math, dialogue, with its intervals, ratios, proportions and overtones or “harmonics”, and ten pages after that, he’s into
William Tiller’s work on intention [ https://www.tillerinstitute.com ],
Lt. Col. Tom Bearden (US Army, Ret’d) and his book
on the downing of the DC-8 at Gander, Newfoundland), and
the topics of psycho-energetics and the induction of disease [how vary interesting that, in the October 2nd show of “New Amsterdam”, the second episode was devoted to and named “rituals”).
And then turn to Part Two [“The Techniques and Technologies of Mind Manipulation”], starting at page 121, with Frank Church’s famous warning on August 17th, 1975, not to allow the US to fall into “the abyss from which there is no return”.
Rudolf Hess is noted. Farrell’s tale about the remarks by the Deputy Fuhrer at the Nuremburg War Crimes Tribunal — that his entire nation had been plunged into a genocidal barbarism by some form of “brain poison”, that their thoughts and emotions had been manipulated by a secret and diabolical technology — are recounted in “Hess and the Penguins: The Holocaust, Antarctica and the Strange Case of Rudolf Hess”. [Here is a review of the book by Catherine Austin Fitts.]
“It was the first time in modern history that the world had been confronted with the possibiliy, not just of mind-control, but of mind control on a national, and continental, scale.”
Farrell notes Jack Ruby and Sirhan Sirhan, as well as the oratorical “mass hypnosis” of Adolf Hitler, to give us glimpses into the possible use of hypnpotic induction as a means of implanting suggested thoughts and actions, and the use of cues, triggers and methods of “sealing”. On page 142, Farrell introduces the idea of remote broadcast hypnotism. The brain can receive and send auditory and visual signals. There’s a special note at the bottom of page 142 that makes the acquisition of this book imperative. This is followed by information on pages 156-157 and Farrell introduces the book by Michael Meiers “Was Jonestown a CIA Medical Experiment?. Farrell answers “yes”: electroshock “treatments”, sleep deprivation, sensory deprivation, money-laundering, field tests for mass mind manipulation and population control, the administration of pharmaceuticals into large population groups through fast foods, the presence of an experimental kitchen and an unusually large medical staff of seventy people including psychiatrists, psychologists, behavioral scientists, pharmacologists, nurses and therapists to “evaluate the effectiveness of different mind control drugs specifically on Black and Native American populations [“race-specific designer drugs”] to render them (without detection) able to do heavy labor but without a will of their own. After the arranged suicides and murders, Zbigniew Brzezinski ordered that “politically sensitive papers and all forms of identification” be “removed from the corpses”(confirmed here and here).
Farrell reviews the literature on psychic research behind the Iron Curtain (noting especially the works of Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder, as well as Leonid Leonidovich Vasiliev [See http://www.espresearch.com/mentalsuggestion/ .] Farrell speaks of the possibility of mind manipulation being used to enable or create “the collapse of a common cultural matrix”.
Farrell notes the use of music to entrain other information, of its use in SuperLearning; Farrell switches gears and discuses research into psychokinesis, remote viewing, and telepathy; he notes John White’s 1988 book “Psychic Warfare: Fact or Fiction? An Investigation into the use of the mind as a military weapon” and engages in his trademark ‘high octane speculation’.
The possible role for telepathy in a “first contact situation” with extra-terrestrial intelligent life (or whether telepathic communication would be perceived as a threat) brings to mind the recent movie “Arrival” and the idea of “talking in circles” (five-minute video).
Time machines and time travel, and Farrell’s own book “The SS Brotherhood of the Bell”, make an extended cameo from pages 197 to 207.
Soviet researcher Edward Naumov notes the possibility of affecting an individual or “a whole crowd of people”, their emotions, thoughts, memory, and “attention span”, and can cause physical fatigue, disorientation and altered behavior. Farrell notes that “psychometric or psychotronic weapons are not subject to any treaty provisions, nor are they subject to regulation. … there is nothing forbidding their acquisition or use by private groups, corporations, criminal Mafia-like organizations, terrorist cells” or non-state actors, an idea echoed by Robert Steele here : “… This weaponry is not just available to the CIA, it is now in the hands of paramilitary corporations as well as Deep State elements including the Knights of Malta, the Freemasons, and the Satanic Church.”
Farrell brings two people in particular to our attention: Gloria Naylor and her book “1996”, a thinly-fictionalized account of her experiences of having been harassed with mind manipulartion technologies of “synthetic telepathy”; and John Hall, a physician, whose two books (Guinea Pigs: Technologies of Control) and (“A New Breeed: Satellite Terrorism”), present concise overviews of the technologies and make up the powerful end-punch of Farrell’s book. [Ed.: I have not read these books.]
Naylor’s experiences imply that “the brain’s electroencephalogram has been so extensively mapped that there are ‘electroencephalographic dictionaries’ which are capable of modulating the exact waveforms onto the microwaves; that a more sophisticated version of this technology exists that allows the remote reading of your brain waves which would in turn allow an individual’s interior conversation to be monitored and, if necessary, to allow whole conversations without any actual spoken words transpiring between them.” [Underlining added]. Hall discovered that DARPA granted a 1972 contract to the Stanford Research Instittute on the premise that thought was nothing more than an interior, non-vocalized conversation.
“The implications of such a technology for use in warfare and battlefield communications should be apparent”, says Farrell. Additionally, as suggested by George Estabrooks, authoritative expert and author on hynoptism and the mind, this technology allows the development of “broadcast hypnotism”, and allows the hypnotize to monitor the state of the subject, and the degree of trance or success.
Farrell notes, however, that as a broadcast technology, it is subject to the same possibilities for jamming by a third-party, for erasure of the information being modulated if the jammer has access to the same ‘electroencephalographic dictionaries’, or which can be used to send back an entirely different batch of information to the broadcaster. A “two-way channel of information transfer” could exist,”thus making it possible for the subject of such an attack to counter-attack” and potentially, counter- manipulate those during the targeting. Farrell notes a resemblance to the recent “Cuban Embassy attacks”.
Naylor claimed that John St. Clair Akwei, a former employee of NSA, sued, claiming that the NSA uses phoney (sic) business fronts” (see http://whale.to/b/akwei.pdf ). Akwei further “alleged that the NSA had the capability to alter specific television and radio signals at the receiving end with special equipment allowing them to modulate information into those signals, in effect, turning specific sets into broadcast transmitters of information received by certain individuals, but not other individuals. The potential for such a technology to create “false broadcasts” of genuinely “fake news” is evident, as is its potential to create the “Mandela effect”….Akwei even goes so far as to allege that the capability exists to monitor specific individuals by their “bioenergetic fields”. Known as” ‘radiation intelligence”, Farrell says that “the possibility arises that one method of “mapping” an individual’s bioelectrical neurological signature would be precisely through some covert mechanism or capability concealed in cell phones”.
Naylor also points out (on page 121ff of her book) the use of these kinds of technologies on individuals to induce false dissociative states and symptoms – schizophrenia– is the perfect “plausible deniability” so coveted by covert operation operatives.
John Hall, the anesthesiologist, has done the research to discover ultra-sonic technologies which can ”restrict blood vessels, cause the cessation of bloodflow to the heart, prompt dizziness, cause blackouts, or create lethal heart attacks, leaving the local coroner none the wiser. Satellite technologies could be used for targeting the individual for a variety of microwave-induced physiological problems ranging from “heartburn, vomiting blood and blood in stool”, since all of these can be caused by thermal changes to the lining of stomach, esophagus, and intestines.” As noted, rogue groups that have access to these kinds of technologies can piggy-back their own agendas in operations onto government or corporate owned satellite systems and resources using the phenomenon of compartmentalization to cloak their activities.
“Given that the government has conducted non-consensual studies on civilian and military subjects, none of whom were informed, ranging from the infamous Tuskegee syphilis experiments on unwitting poor blacks, forced sterilizations on children of mentally ill people, testicular transplants on prisoners, experiments on radiated Quaker Oats cereals and intentional radiation releases on unwitting populations, it is clear that the American military-intelligence complex has absolutely no scruples about using its own soldiers, prisoners, or citizens as human guinea pigs. Given this prior record, similar mind control experiments by the government cannot be ruled out. What must be avoided is simply the conclusion that the government, and only the government, has access to such technologies and that only the government would be willing to use them.” Farrell points out that the mere existence of electroencephalographic dictionaries implies an ability not only to read thoughts from a brain, but to “write” them to a brain.
Farrell reminds us of the work of Dr. Jose Delgado, notorious mind manipulation advocate and MKULTRA researcher, famous for planting electrodes in brains in order to modify behavior, and for his research on the stimulation of areas of the brain involved with sexual characteristics, sexual identifications and the stimulation of desire. Given our culture’s ongoing push for gender-neutral language, the acceptance of trans-genderism, a push to accept pedophilia, soft forms of mind manipulation through broadcasting, language, music and the rewiring of pathways associated with certain powerful and emotional terms associated with human sexuality, and the engineering of individual and group identities and memories, and a review of Dr. Farrell’s references in this book to complete cultural collapse must be considered.
I urge everyone to read this and related books, some whose links are embedded in this text. I urge you to assess their content and veracity. I urge you to convene and conduct further investigative research and dialogue. I especially urge everyone to address their deep implications for communication, education, and citizenship. I urge you to seriously embrace the challenges laid out here at PhiBetaIota.net, and see that sufficient funding is forthcoming to address them. We teeter on the edge of an abyss from which there will be no exit.
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