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Encyclopedia of Mind Control



"Only the small secrets need to be protected. The big
ones are kept secret by public incredulity."
— Marshall McCluhan


"If both the past and the external world exist only in the mind, and if the mind itself is controllable — what
then?"— George Orwell











"Only the small secrets need to be protected. The big
ones are kept secret by public incredulity."
— Marshall McCluhan


"If both the past and the external world exist only in

the mind, and if the mind itself is controllable — what

— George Orwell








Prepared by U.S., Army
Medical Intelligence Office


x-ray of a brain implant.






































Top: H.G. Wells. Bottom: John Foster





Since the beginning of recorded history men have lusted for
control of their fellows — the impulse seemingly part of the
makeup of the half-ape, half-angel we call human. Until
modern times brute force, propaganda, and religion were the
most successful methods for the manipulation of human
beings, but by the turn of this century coercive methodology
had advanced far beyond the sword, the inflammatory slogan,
and the stick and carrot of heaven and hell.

Now, in the 20th century, scientists in the pay of
governments and other monied interests have made technical
breakthroughs that render actual mind control feasible, and
on a nigh-universal scale. Invasive control techniques have
been fine-tuned to the point where the controllers are literally
able to get inside our heads and to command us. They are
able to tinker with our humanness, to manipulate it, to
destroy it if they choose. They are able to use high tech
networks of electronic entrainment and broadcasting whose
nature has not even been hinted of in the mass media — since
the mass media itself is employed in the same manner, for the
manipulation of the populace. Even the subject of mind
control in the media is mentioned only in the context of
science fiction, or is derided as the delusions of the crazy
"aluminum foil hat crowd," never mind that those guys might
be on to something.

Now the powerful in their quest for a totalitarian state are
provided with unprecedented access and control of our minds
and humanity, to do with as they wilt. The means for the
creation of worldwide slavery are in sight, and the
implementation of this technology progresses day to day. The
signs are all around us.

Many suspect that there is an overarching philosophy that
has been engineering the crises and chaos of the latter portion
of the 20th century, and I believe they are right. There are
forces working behind the scenes, working to promote a New
World Order not significantly different than the nega-utopian


Worldstate described in George Orwell's 1984. If this elite is
cold-blooded enough to have calculatedly created war,
famine, and designer disease, as many suspect they have, what
qualms would discourage them from creating worldwide
mind control? This book is meant to portray certain aspects
of the history of world mind control, its evolution, and the
political currents that have historically dictated its directions.
I will not pretend that it is definitive or the last word on the
subject, and it is probably not even the last word I will have
to say on the topic. The book is, however, intended to offer
perspective on the present day that is rarely provided in the
controlled mainstream media.

I have accessed a wide variety of sources — some
mainstream, some controversial — in order to try to get to the
secret programs and influences that have long dictated our
thinking, our behavior, our welfare. I believe that some,
although certainly not all, of those programs and influences
have been revealed here, and that this information will assist
future researchers in delving into these matters. I have
quoted my sources throughout the book, both for the skeptic
who disbelieves what I have to say, as well as for the
interested reader who would like to research these topics
more thoroughly. When I am speculating, as opposed to
relying on solid fact, I have tried to make this clear. The
truth is startling enough without getting into fantasy.
Although the subject matter of this book is for the most
part unrelievedly grim, I have not intended to create inertia,
to "tell how bad it all is" and to immobilize the readership
with fear about the horrible state everything is in. My hope
is to do just the opposite: to galvanize the reader into action.
I have attempted to provide information that may be helpful
for taking control back from those who would dictate our
lives, and for that control to be returned to the individual,
and I have also provided contact addresses of allied
individuals and groups at the back of the book.
Ultimately, the American people are like Gulliver,
restrained by the Lilliputians' most fragile of threads. It is
time for the giant to awaken and to rip off his bonds. I hope
the informa-tion in this book helps.


Chapter 1 :




It was the first decade after the turn of the century, in the lull
before the storm of the first World War, and many who lived
then have reflected on what seemed to be a golden, untroubled
time. William Howard Taft was inaugurated as 27th president of
the United States. Mary Pickford, the first film star, was
featured in silent films by D.W. Griffith. Picasso painted his
"Harlequin," and Matisse coined the word "Cubism." The first
permanent waves were being worn by beauties as they strolled
the streets of London.

Behind the scenes in the world, in the industrial boardrooms,
ornate drawing rooms, and in the offices of government other
activities, not quite so idyllic, were afoot. For this was a time of
massive, covert consolidation of power by the monied elite, and
the activation of long-term plans of control that would affect the
world until the present day.

This was the time of the creation of the Federal Reserve, the
FBI, the institution of the federal income tax in the United
States, and, with the League of Nations, the first stirrings
towards a global government. Powerful men were obsessed by
the idea of increasing their power and in advancing the
technology of control to enable them to do so, and they were
burning the midnight oil to turn those dreams into reality.
It was the time of meetings held to brainstorm the New
World Order in groups like the Round Table, the Coefficients
Club, the Fabians, and the Skull and Bones society. The New
World Order, that term so often bandied about by politicians and
conspiracy writers, is the long-term plan to create a one-world
oligarchical government on this planet. It is not really in
question that such a plan exists — except among those who have
not taken the time to study the documentation, or those whose
interests dictate that it should be denied.




The Round Table/City of London financier focus is one group
behind the New World Order — certainly not the benighted
lumpens whom they have pretended to champion — and their
plans for world control have been carried out by the universities,
the bankers, the politicians — wielding in particular a tangle of
international intelligence agencies and the psychiatric frontmen
who would later be mobilized by such groups as Tavistock and
the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). Throughout this
century the members of the Open Conspiracy have busied
themselves worldwide, spreading the New World Order virus, all
in the interest of the domination of the elite.

Amazingly enough, the battle plan of the New World Order
controllers can be clearly read in the works of a science fiction
writer, a man who came up from humble beginnings in Britain to
hobnob in his adult life with the movers and shakers of the elite.
Herbert George Wells, more than just the latter day Jules Verne
that he is presented as in the history books, was head of British
Intelligence during World War II, and his mistress was Maura
Benckendorff, a woman who has been called "perhaps the Soviet
Union's most effective agent-of-influence ever to appear on
London's political and intellectual stage." H.G. Wells knew
whereof he spoke when extolling the plans of the New World

Wells acted as a publicist for the real planners who worked
behind the scenes. He was a front man for the Cecil Rhodes
Round Table elitist secret society — Rhodes himself an agent for
the Rothschilds' banking conglomerate who left his fortune to
Lord Rothschild in his third will. The Round Table later
branched out to spawn the influential Council on Foreign
Relations and other groups perhaps not as powerful, but more
well known in our time. Wells was an intimate of the
Rothschild-allied Sassoons, who had made their fortune from
opium shipping, and he was often seen at Sassoon fetes attended
by the likes of Edward VII, George Bernard Shaw, and the young
Winston Churchill.

Rhodes stated in 1890 in a letter to W.T. Stead, "What an
awful thought it is that if we had not lost America, or if even now
we could arrange with the present members of the United
States Assembly and our House of Commons, the Peace of the
world is secure for all eternity. We could well hold your federal
parliament five years at Washington and five years at London.
The only thing possible to carry this idea out is a secret one
(society) gradually absorbing the wealth of the world to be




devoted to such an object..."

Elsewhere, Rhodes stated it even more plainly. His objective
was: "The extension of British rale throughout the world, the
perfecting of a system of emigration from the United Kingdom
and of colonization by British subjects of all lands wherein the
means of livelihood are attainable by energy, labour and
enterprise... and the ultimate recovery of the United States of
America as an integral part of the British Empire."
Rhodes set out to accomplish this task and, through his own
labors and those of his successors, has almost succeeded. [1]
It is a matter of high strangeness that within the pages of
books written by H.G. Wells in England in the 1920s and
1930s — one of them science fiction — that the actual future battle
plans of the controllers jump off the pages with crystal clarity.
Here is an unmistakably clear picture of the New World Order,
along with a clear statement of its plans.

Although H.G. Wells is primarily known for his works of
science fiction, such as The Time Machine (1895), The Invisible
Man (1898), and War of the Worlds (1898), he also wrote a
number of works which overtly propagandized for the overthrow
of existing nation- states and the creation of a one- world
government. These books include The Open Conspiracy:
Blueprints for aWorld Revolution (1928), The New World Order
(1940), and The Shape of Things to Come: The Ultimate
Revolution (1933).

While all of the above books are eye-opening when it comes to
understanding the future as foreseen by the controllers, it is
Wells' novel The Shape of Things to Come (and the movie he
scripted that was based upon it, the title shortened to Things to
Come), that provide the best overall view — past, present, and
future — of the New World Order.

Again: Interestingly, deceptively, the book is presented as a
work of science fiction, but within its pages is Wells' best guess
of how the New World Order would come to pass, from a 1930s

While primarily a work of propaganda that pushes the one-
world worldview of Wells and other internationalists during the
first half of this century, the book is particularly revealing in that
it also exposes many of the strategies that are to be employed.
Wells' introduction to the book is titled, "The Dream Book of
Dr. Philip Raven." In a familiar ploy of the science fiction of the
time, the book is introduced as the factual work of a Dr. Raven, a
deceased friend of Wells, and a member of the Geneva




Secretariat coyly described as having "unusual opportunities for
forming judgments upon the trend of things." Wells maintained
that Raven wrote the book using the curious technique of
transcribing during his waking hours a book of future history
that he read during his nightly dreams. This is the fictional
vehicle by which Wells sounds the clarion call for the New World

The dream book purports to be a work of history, written
from the perspective of a citizen of a future Utopian world-state.
Wells terms the book "a Short History of the World for about the
next century and a half and an "Outline of the Future."
He commences his reverse history with a reiteration of actual
events up to his own time, describing how the evolution of
communications and transportation has brought the human race
into closer contact than ever before — global village stuff —
although he comments that "Distribution, paper supply, and
news services had fallen into the hands of powerful groups able
and willing to crush out any... inimical schools of public
suggestion. They set about stereotyping the public mind."
Not surprisingly Wells places the City of London — the
international center of banking culture — and its financial credit
as responsible for knitting together world economic life over the
previous hundred years. With these innovations in commun-
ications and finance, but also with the frustrations and wars
inherent (so he says) in the existence of independent national
states and sovereignties, came about the gradual dawning of the
idea of the World- State.

Wells muses, "By this time (1919) there was indeed quite a
considerable number of intelligent people in the world who had
realized the accumulating necessity of a world government, and
a still larger multitude... who had apprehended it instinctively
and sentimentally, but there was no one yet who had the
intellectual vigor to attack in earnest the problem of substituting
a world system for the existing governments." He also describes
a one-world government as "manifestly the only possible
solution of the human problem."

Like many another wealthy individual advocating a one-world
state for the "common good," Wells did not believe that
commoners were capable of running that world-state. He
described democracies as exercising "a political fiction of a very
extraordinary kind: that every subject... was equally capable of
making whatever collective decisions had to be made." And so
this New World Order would be run by the few, by those upper-




crust and white racialist Englishmen and their anglophilic
American associates, the men that Wells saw as being capable of
doing so.

Referring in the book to the Versailles Peace Conference that
followed World War I, Wells points to American President
Woodrow Wilson as being "the most susceptible to the
intimations of the future... But it is doubtful if at any time he
realized that a world pax means a world control of all the vital
common interests of mankind."

Within a litany of bright ideas leading up to the acceptance of
the one-world-state, Wells notes Wilson's abortive League of
Nations, precursor to the U.N., but mourns its failures and
regrets that the League, where "The World-State had appeared
dimly and evasively, as an aspiration, as a remote possibility...
had no executive powers, no certain revenues, no army, no
police, and practically no authority to do anything at all." Wells
warns the builders of the world- state not to make that mistake
again. They would not.

Wells even indicates the presence of conspiratorial factions
involved in the creation of the unified world order during the
twentieth century, the sort of men that he cozied up to in real
life in London's exclusive clubs. Wells says that, "strange
Mystery Men were dimly visible through a fog of baffling evasions
and mis-statements, manipulating prices and exchanges.
Prominent among these Mystery Men was a certain Mr. Montagu
Norman, Governor of the Bank of England from 1920 to 1935."
Not surprisingly, this is the same Montagu Norman who was a
rabid pre-war partisan of Hitler, and who participated with
Hjalmar Schacht, with American intelligence, with Wall Street,
and with the Rothschild/Warburg/Schiff banks in the creation of
Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. "Another big obscure financial
force in the war and post-war periods," Wells goes on, "was the
complex of great private banking ganglia, of which Morgan and
Co., with its associated firms, was the most central and most

Wells marks the transition from the date of his actual writing
of his book, the early 1930s, to his elitist, technocratic vision of
the future with a section about the coming war — World War II,
that is — and what he sees as its terrible aftermath, titled, "The
Days After Tomorrow: The Age of Frustration."
H.G. Wells was not the only person during the post- World War
I period to see that another devastating world war was nearly
inevitable. Wells has World War II beginning in 1940 in Poland,




over an imagined slight taken by a Nazi over the actions of a Pole
of Jewish origin. He characterizes World War II as it was, as an
orgy of world violence, and has the fighting end in 1949 — staying
remarkably close to the actual dates of the conflict — only to be
followed by another scourge, that of rampant disease, "The Raid
of the Germs."

Given the present-day climate of AIDS, Ebola, Mad Cow
disease, and other resistant viral strains — and the persistent
rumors of the military engineering of those same
diseases — perhaps Wells' dating in this particular should have
been moved forward a few years.

In Wells' scenario, years of terrible war and disease result in
the near-total disintegration of society. Wells places the final
break-up of the nation-states and "America in Liquidation" at
1966, when "the great patchwork of empires and nationalist
states, set up during the Age of European Predominance, lost its
defining lines, lost its contrasted cultures and its elaborated
traditions, and ceased to divide the allegiance and devotion of
men of goodwill."

Wells was no prophet as regards his timeline, only a science
fiction writer privy to the plans of men with an interest in
promoting the coming of the dictatorial world-state. His crystal
ball is somewhat cloudy on certain details. Obviously his
prediction of the destruction of civilization did not come to pass
as an immediate result of World War II, although it is easy to see
how Wells might not have foreseen the coming nuclear
stalemate which brought about the protracted "cold war"
between the U.S. and the USSR.

Wells places responsibility for the creation of the New World
Order in the lap of scientists of the future, the group he dubs
the "Technocracy." Citing a fictional future book by an author
named DeWindt, he says the New World Order, "sustained by
multitude of nuclei on DeWindt's pattern scattered throughout
the whole world, very much as the Bolshevik political
organization had been sustained by the Communist Party, came
into existence and spread its ever-growing network about the
planet without an immediate struggle. Its revolutionary nature
was understood by few people other than its promoters."
Wells dates the formal institution of the Technocracy — the
New World Order, by any other name — at the "Second
Conference of Basra" in the year 1978. Although his timeline is
faulty, the tactics of gradual ideological assimilation that he
describes are time-honored and immortalized in the slogan of




the Socialist Fabian Society that Wells belonged to: "Proceed
slowly," while the thesis-antithesis-synthesis that culminates in
the Technocracy is the product of Hegelian thinking. This is
the philosophy as well as the method by which the Wellsian
vision of the New World Order has come to pass in our own
time — come to pass in virtually everything but its formal
institution, and in planetary "mopping up" operations.
Exactly where did Wells obtain his information of the plans of
the elite? It is interesting that Wells is particularly fond of the
adjective "illuminating" when describing an idea he particularly
likes, in The Shape of Things to Come. He describes President
Wilson's one-worldism as "one of the most illuminating events
in the early twentieth century." Before a New World Order can
be formed, "scattered flashes of understanding had to ignite a
steadier illumination."

Is this proof of his card-carrying membership in a group
linked to the infamous Illuminati secret society, founded by the
German Weishaupt, and alleged by many to be the power behind
the institution of the New World Order? Hardly. But it would be
a mistake to totally dismiss such clues. The Illuminati, the
Freemasons, members of the Skull and Bones and related and
offshoot groups have been particularly fond of what they term
"revelation of method," secret handshakes, in-group references,
and cant language to reveal their presence to their cohorts and
to befuddle the "profane" masses. There are solid connections
between illuminist groups, the Rhodes Roundtable, the Nazis,
British intelligence... and, well, Wells. It is not impossible that
Wells is doing just this.

Another explicit statement of the intentions of the New
World Order can be read in Wells' nonfiction book The Open
Conspiracy, published in 1928. The specific directives of Wells'
proposed Open Conspiracy program, again identical with what
has come to be known as the New World Order, were:
"1. The complete assertion, practical as well as theoretical, of
the provisional nature of existing governments and of our
acquiescence in them;

"2. The resolve to minimize by all available means the
conflicts of these governments, their militant use of individuals
and property and their interferences with the establishment of a
world economic system;

"3. The determination to replace private local or national
ownership of at least credit, transport, and staple production by
a responsible world directorate serving the common ends of the





"4. The practical recognition of the necessity for world
biological controls, for example, of population and disease;
"5. The support of a minimum standard of individual freedom
and welfare in the world;

"6. The supreme duty of subordinating the personal life to
the creation of a world directorate capable of these tasks and to
the general advancement of human knowledge, capacity, and

This is the multiple-pronged New World Order scheme in
black and white, and while it sounds pretty good on paper, what
it doesn't say is paramount: it is a plan to demolish national
boundaries and constitutions, and to consolidate control — total
control — in a tiny aristocratic governing body. Gone will be the
constitutional safeguards that Americans have come to take for
granted — gone will be any safeguards at all, any protections
whatsoever for the human cogwheels subject to this vast
totalitarian scheme.

The New World Order plan would later be furthered by such
offshoot groups as the Council on Foreign Relations, the
Trilateral Commission, the Club of Rome, the Tavistock
Institute, and the Bilderbergers, and realized in the form of such
institutions as the United Nations, the International Monetary
Fund, and the World Bank. None of these groups or their
individual members have acted entirely on their own, but
instead are an evolving hydra with many heads. Their actions
have always been coordinated in a unified manner, and their
shared objective has always been total control of the world. [2]


1. Knuth; Lockhart, Robin Bruce, Reilly: The First Man, (Penguin Books,
New York, 1987); Wilgus, Neal, The Illuminoids. (Sun Publishing Co., Santa Fe,
1978); Sutton, Antony C. America's Secret Establishment. (Billings, Montana:
Liberty House Press, 1986); Chaitkin, Anton, "British Psychiatry: From
Eugenics to Assassination," EIR (Executive Intelligence Review), October 7, 1994;
White, Carol, The New Dark Ages Conspiracy. (New York: New Benjamin
Franklin House, 1984); Dobbs, Zygmund, Keynes at Harvard. New York: Probe
Research, Inc., 1969; Robertson, Pat, The New World Order. (Dallas, Texas: Word
Publishing, 1991)

2. Wells, H.G., The Open Conspiracy: Blueprints for aWorld Revolution.
(London, Victor Gollancz, 1928); White; Higham, Charles, Trading With the
Enemy. (New York: Dell, 1983; Chaitkin; White)




Chapter 2:




While the one-world elitists in England were scheming for
control of the planet, and for the suppression and elimination of
"the masses" by one means or another, their American
brethren — and brethren they were, in a deal reportedly cut in
1897 to apportion the business of the world — were thinking
along the same lines. [1]

In these early years of the 20th century, British Round Table
controllers and — acting at a command level in the U.S. —
members of the German-spawned Skull and Bones society,
worked in concert with the Rockefellers and others to pour
huge sums of money into American and German coffers for the
research of psychiatry, psychiatric genetics, eugenics,
euthanasia, and other means of controlling and "perfecting"
what they conceived of as an otherwise imperfect human race, at
least in terms acceptable to the elite.

Although it may seem obvious, political and economic
imperialism are almost always linked to an imperialism of the
mind. In the early 20th century, embryonic studies of biology,
eugenics, and the human mind were massively funded to be
utilized, not for the overall improvement of the human
condition, but for domination of the many by the few, for the
"good" of the State.

Skull and Bones is the Yale-based American chapter of a
German secret society that is in all probability linked to the
famous Illuminati, founded on May 1, 1776, by Adam Weishaupt,
Professor of Canon Law at the University of Ingolstadt, and
referred to internally as "The Order."

Samuel Russell was the founder of Russell and Company, that
shipped opium from Turkey to China in the 19th century.




Numerous of the dominant "Eastern Establishment" families in
American affairs to the present day made their fortune in opium
shipping. Russell bought out the Perkins Syndicate in 1830,
that had previously dominated the American opium shipping
market. Among Russell's employees were Warren Delano, Jr.
(the grandfather of Franklin Delano Roosevelt), John Cleve
Greene (who financed Princeton University), and Joseph
Coolidge (his son was the organizer of the United Fruit
Company, alleged to be Mafia-associated and involved in drug
smuggling, while his grandson was one of the co-founders of the
Council on Foreign Relations).

The American Skull and Bones group was founded in 1833 at
Yale University by Samuel Russell's cousin, General William
Huntington Russell, and Alphonso Taft. In 1831-32 Russell
studied in Germany, at that time a hotbed of the Hegelian/
Prussian system that declared the jackbooted state as supreme
and the individual as merely a cell in the greater organism.
While in Germany, Russell apparently was contacted by the
Bavarian Illuminati or an offshoot group. Skull and Bones was
incorporated in the U.S. in 1856, as the Russell Trust, and like
the Illuminati is also known as "The Order." Internal
documentation of Skull and Bones places the beginnings of its
German predecessor group at about the time that the Illuminati
was suppressed by the Bavarian Elector. [2]

"The Order [Skull and Bones]," according to historian Antony
C. Sutton, "has either set up or penetrated just about every
significant research, policy, and opinion-making organization in
the United States, in addition to the Church, business, law,
government and politics. Not all at the same time, but
persistently and consistently enough to dominate the direction
of American society. The evolution of American society is not,
and has not been for a century, a voluntary development
reflecting individual opinion, ideas and decisions at the grass
roots. On the contrary, the broad direction has been created
artificially and stimulated by The Order." [3]

Part of the New World Order plan, reflected in the views of
the people who have promoted it, has always been eugenics: the
elimination of "useless eaters" and "inferior races" who are
seen only as an impediment in the road of the almighty State.
Their aim is a new synthesis in which the only solution for what
they consider an overpopulated Earth is for massive
depopulation programs to be instituted, and for most of the
persons left on the planet to subsist in a virtually pre-industrial




tribal state. Aborigines, but aborigines with laptop computers.
The controllers, naturally, would not be so burdened by
hardship, but would serenely float above society like members of
Wells' Technocracy, skimming the cream.

Eugenics as a subject had been disseminated by the English
psychologist Francis Galton, beginning in 1883. Again seeing
the State rather than the individual as the supreme measure of
man, and taking off from Darwin's theory of natural selection,
Galton proposed that, through selective intervention through
breeding programs and the suppression of less desirable
breeding stock, society might be brought up to an overall higher

In 1904 the University College in London established the first
chairs in Eugenics and Eugenics in Working Society in London.
This led to the creation of the Galton Laboratory for National
Eugenics in 1907. The ideas of eugenics, euthanasia, and
sterilization for those judged inferior were heartily supported in
London, specifically by the "upper crust" of the populace who
were eager to do something about the bothersome lower classes.
Eugenics philosophy and programs were soon received with
approval worldwide, however, including in America.
In 1911, when Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis ordered
Standard Oil broken up, John D. Rockefeller, the first American
to amass a billion dollars in assets — equivalent to roughly one
hundred billion dollars today — responded by starting the
Rockefeller Foundation. The at-the-time astronomical sum of
$300 million was transferred into the account of the foundation,
and administered by trustees who were family members and
employees of the family.

John D. Rockefeller had, in the 1860s, started on his way in
the oil business with a boost of British capital. Rockefeller was
soon notorious for using violent methods for increasing his
wealth. In The Robber Barons, Matthew Josephson talks about
those methods:

"Where the Standard Oil company could not carry on its
expansion by peaceful means, it was ready with violence; its
faithful servants knew even how to apply the modern weapon of
dynamite. In Buffalo, the Vacuum Oil Co., one of the 'dummy'
creatures of the Standard Oil system, became disturbed one day
by the advent of a vigorous competitor who built a sizable
refinery and located it favorably upon the waterfront. The offices
of Vacuum conducted at first a furtive campaign of intimidation.
Then emboldened or more desperate, they approached the chief




mechanic of the enemy refinery, holding whispered conferences
with him in a rowboat on Lake Erie. He was asked to 'do
something.' He was urged to 'go back to Buffalo and construct
the machinery so it would bust up... or smash up, to fix the pipes
and stills so they cannot make a good oil... And then if you would
give them a little scare, they not knowing anything about the
business. You know how..." The foreman's reward would be a
lifelong annuity, and "in due time a small explosion took place in
the independent plant." [4]

The Rockefellers also used more sophisticated forms of
espionage. John D.'s brother William Rockefeller employed in
his business a British intelligence officer named Claude Dansey
who, prior to World War I, had been involved in reorganizing the
U.S. Army intelligence service. Dansey's protege General
Marlborough Churchill, a relative of Winston Churchill, was given
the task of organizing and directing the American intelligence
services. After the war, Churchill ran the "Black Chamber," an
espionage group with stated allegiance to the State Department
and the U.S. Army, but with implicit servitude to the New York
monied elite. General Churchill was also responsible for
creating the Macy Foundation, which would later be a major
conduit for the funding of the CIA's MKULTRA mind control
research of the 1950s and later.

In order to change his image as the most despised
blackguard of the era, John D. Rockefeller took on the services
of Ivy Lee, the top advertising man of the day. Lee suggested
that Rockefeller start giving away large amounts of cash. Lee was
still in the employ of the Rockefellers when, in the 1930s, he
was given the specific assignment by Standard Oil President
Walter C. Teagle and Hermann Schmitz of the German I.G.
Farben company to supply intelligence on America's reaction to
the Nazis, and to concoct and disseminate pro-German
propaganda to the Americans. This was no fluke. Rockefeller
holdings, including Standard Oil, were extensively intertwined
with those of the Nazis, and contact and commerce — including
shipments of oil — continued throughout World War U. [5]
Relations with Germany were not so inflamed when
Rockefeller monies funded the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for
Psychiatry in Munich, Germany (initially endowed by the Krupp
munitions manufacturing family, and James Loeb, brother-in-law
of Paul Warburg, the architect of the Federal Reserve in
America), to the tune of 11 million marks. The Rockefeller
Foundation, in 1925, also provided a grant of $2.5 million to the




Institute, and furnished other large grants to the institution
throughout the Hitler era.

Also funded by the Rockefellers was the Kaiser Wilhelm
Institute for Anthropology, Eugenics, and Human Heredity.
These institutions were run by Swiss psychiatrist Ernst Rudin,
who was assisted by Otmar Freiherr von Verschuer and Franz J.
Kallmann. [6]

James Loeb was a relative of the Warburg banking family, key
among the elite controllers in London, and a business partner of
William Rockefeller. The Rockefellers and the Warburgs had
initially bankrolled the pivotal American Harriman family in
their enterprises, channeling monies provided by Sir Ernst
Cassell, banker to the British royals. The Rockefellers, the
Warburgs, and the Harrimans are familiar faces, appearing again
and again during the creation of the primary social control
mechanisms of this century, including eugenics and psychiatric
mind control.

These families acted in collusion with the Round Table
groups founded by Cecil Rhodes, himself a Freemason and
operative of the Rothschild banking family, as well as the Skull
and Bones society in America.

Although the Rhodes Round Table groups were originally
financed primarily by the Rhodes Trust, since 1925 substantial
funding has been provided by the Carnegie United Kingdom
Trust, whose first president (1902-05) was Bonesman Daniel
Coit Gilman — a man key in the subversion of American
education — and organizations associated with J.P. Morgan, the
Rockefellers, the Whitneys, and the Lazards.

Factually, one of the New World Order's early projects was
the creation of the Third Reich. Nazism, in fact, differs very
little from the New World Order philosophy except in its
emphasis on German nationalism.

After Hitler's ascent to chancellorship in 1933, sponsored by
many of the men who lusted after a New World Order,
psychiatric institutes controlled by Ernst Rudin were
incorporated into the Nazi machine. Rudin became head of the
Racial Hygiene Society, and Rudin and his staff, in the Task
Force on Heredity chaired by SS chief Himmler, instituted the
German sterilization law, based upon existing American laws of
the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Far from being an anomaly of the Nazi regime, the horrific
eugenics and psychiatric programs instituted in Germany during
this time were only a reflection of studies and proposals that




were in vogue in Europe and America. It has only recently been
revealed that thousands of persons deemed physically or morally
unfit continued to be sterilized after World War II — until the
middle 1970s — in Sweden, France, Denmark, Finland, and other
European countries. Hitler's Reich, however, provided a
political climate in which eugenics plans could achieve a
particularly ghastly fruition.

Otmar Vershuer, assistant to Ernst Rudin and the director of
the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Eugenics, and
Human Heredity in Berlin, was in turn assisted by a name more
familiar to us: Josef Mengele. Vershuer procured funds for
Mengele's inhuman research programs at Auschwitz. There,
many arrivals at the camp filled out questionnaires from the
Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, before a wide variety of frankensteinian
experimentation was performed on them. Thousands were
tortured and murdered, with body parts shipped to the
Rockefeller-financed Kaiser Wilhelm Institute.
Mengele was captured and identified in an Allied prisoner of
war camp in 1945, and although his captors knew the nature of
his crimes at Auschwitz, he was released. His organizational
senior Vershuer also eluded punishment; he was simply hired by
a Rockefeller-funded eugenics organization, the Bureau of
Human Heredity in Denmark. Rudin's assistant Kallman
testified on Rudin's behalf at de-Nazification proceedings, and
both men were later involved in the creation of the American
Society of Human Genetics, which later organized the currently
high profile and highly subsidized Human Genome project that
may turn the description of mankind as sheep into more than a

In 1936 another player became apparent in the field of
psychiatric genetics and mind control experimentation, one
hardly whispered of in other exposes of the subject: the Scottish
Rite of Freemasonry. The Scottish Rite's loyalties are and have
always been with the New World Order vision of one-world
government, and the loyalties of at least a certain faction of the
men promoting the New World Order have always been to
Freemasonry. Glimmerings of the New World Order strategy can
in fact be traced back to the days of their predecessor
Rosicrucians — not to be confused with the mailorder AMORC
currently seen in UFO and psychic magazines — and such early
works as Bacon's New Atlantis.

In 1936, Dr. Nolan D.C. Lewis, the Scottish Rite's Field
Representative of Research on Demential Praecox (incurable




insanity), and director of the New York State Psychiatric
Institute, was overseeing 14 projects funded by the Supreme
Council of the Scottish Rite Northern Supreme Council. At the
time of these Freemasonic psychiatric projects, the Duke of
Connaught, son of the German Coburg Prince Albert and Queen
Victoria, and brother to Nazi sympathizer King Edward VII, was
the grand master of the "Mother Grand Lodge" in England. He
was also linked to a racialist "shadow government" called the
Broederbond that, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer, ruled
South Africa until recent times, and was only exposed in the

Although very little information is available on these
Freemasonic psychiatric projects, details on one provide a
telling conjunction between the Freemasons and the Nazis. A
protege of Nazi eugenics head Ernst Rudin, psychiatrist Franz J.
Kallmann, was forced from his job in Germany when he was
discovered to be half Jewish. Kallmann's character can be
gauged by the fact that he had argued at the International
Congress for Population Science in Berlin in 1935 that, not only
should schizophrenics be sterilized, but the same mutilation
should also be performed on their apparently healthy relatives.
Kallmann moved to New York and smoothly transitioned into
being the director of research at the New York State Psychiatric
Institute, an institution headed by the Freemasons' Dr. Lewis.
Kallmann was paid by the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry to study
1,000 schizophrenics to prove that mental illness was inherited
genetically. The study was published in the U.S. and in Germany
in 1938. The preface to the study thanked the Scottish Rite and
Rudin. Kallman's report was used as part of the scientific
justification for a program launched by the Nazi's infamous T4
Unit, named after its address, Tiergartenstrasse 4, Berlin.
Operatives of T4 were reportedly responsible for murdering
over 200,000 mental defectives. [7]


1. Knuth, E.C., The Empire of the City. (The Noontide Press, 1983)

2. Sutton, Antony C, America's Secret Establishment. (Billings,
Montana: Liberty House Press, 1986); Anonymous, Skull & Bones: The Very
Heart of the Shadow Government, May 1996, obtained on the Internet, copy in
the author's possession

3. Sutton

4. Knuth; Chaitkin, Anton, "British Psychiatry: From Eugenics to
Assassination," EIR, October 7, 1994; Josephson, Matthew, The Robber Barons.
Cited in Allen, Gary. The Rockefeller File. (Seal Beach, California: 76 Press,





5. Andrew, Christopher, Secret Service: The Making of the British
Intelligence Community. (London, Sceptre Books, 1986); Chaitkin; Allen;
Higham, Charles, Trading With the Enemy. (New York: Dell, 1983); Hillel and
Henry, Of Pure Blood. (New York: Pocket Books, 1976)

6. Schreiber, Bernard, The Men Behind Hitler; Chaitkin; Weindling,
Paul. "The Rockefeller Foundation and German Bio-medical Sciences, 1920-
1940", in Science, Politics and the Public Good: Essays in Honour of Margaret
Gowing, (London: McMillan Press, 1988)

7. Chaitkin, Anton, Treason in America. (New York: New Benjamin
Franklin House, 1984); Oglesby, Carl, The Yankee and Cowboy War. (New York:
Berkley, 1977); Sutton; Chaitkin, Anton, "British Psychiatry: From Eugenics to
Assassination"; Santa Monica Outlook, July 24, 1990; Hillel and Henry; Perloff,
James, The Shadows of Power. (Appleton, Wisconsin: Western Islands, 1990)


Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Bavarian
Illuminati in 1776.




Chapter 3:




Among the basic studies consulted by Rockefeller-funded
scientists and others interested in social control at the
beginning of this century were those of the official Prussian state
psychologist Wilhelm Maximilian Wundt, professor of psychology
at the University of Heidelberg. It's fascinating that Wundt's
grandfather is mentioned in the Illuminati Provincial Report
from Utica (Heidelberg) of September 1782, as being the
member known as "Raphael." [1]

During the period before Wundt's ascendancy in the field,
psychology was considered to be, simply enough, the study of
the soul or mind (psyche). Wundt was to change all that,
defining and propagandizing for the materialistic viewpoint that
would disinform the work of successors like Pavlov, Skinner,
and Watson.

Wundt took a chair in philosophy at the University of Leipzig
in 1875, establishing the world's first psychological laboratory,
creating the psychological journal Philosophical Studies, and
redefining psychology for this century. Wundt stated with
characteristic modesty, "The work which I here present to the
public is an attempt to mark out a new domain in science."
Wundt was to remain at the University of Leipzig until his death
in 1920.

Wundt's doctrine might be characterized as science meets
the Hegelian sturm und drang. One of the primary under-
pinnings of the New World Order is that its strategy for world
conquest originates in the philosophy of Hegel. Hegel was a
professor of philosophy at the University of Berlin, and his
works formed the basis for both Marxist dialectical materialism
and fascist Statism.




Hegel's stated belief was that Man is subordinate to the State,
and only finds fulfillment in obedience to the diktats of the
State. As he said, "The State is the absolute reality and the
individual himself has objective existence, truth and morality
only in his capacity as a member of the State." This philosophy
can be and has been used for the justification of any number of
atrocities committed upon the human race, and provides an
unexamined sub-stratum to the philosophies of many politicians
today. If only the omelette (the State) is important, what does it
matter if we lose a few million eggs (humans) in the process of
cooking up the dish?

Hegel was the originator of the theory of the "dialectic," the
idea that conflict determines history. According to Hegel, a
force (thesis) dictates its own opposing force (antithesis).
These forces in conflict result in the creation of a third force: a
synthesis. Out of this synthesis the process begins again. Marx
later revised the theory of the dialectic, insisting that only
material events were relevant, and that the dialectic was
inherent in matter, thus divorcing the idea from metaphysics, at
least to his own satisfaction.

From the theory of the dialectic comes the realization that
the creation of conflicts can create determined outcomes, or
syntheses. Those who promote the New World Order, again and
again, are seen to be using the theory of the Hegelian dialectic to
bring it about. They are manipulating events, creating conflicts,
creating wars, and destroying the lives of untold millions in the
bargain. The New World Order is the desired synthesis of the
controlling forces operant in the world today.
Naturally, the Hegelian system goes completely against the
grain of most people, particularly in the West, who view the
individual as the true sovereign. Thus the real enemies are not
America vs. the Soviets, or the political Left vs. the Right, but
those who would manipulate the yin and yang of history.
To return to Wundt: Like Marx, he maintained that unless a
thing could be scientifically quantified, there was no point in
considering it or including it as a factor in scientific
investigation. All psychological studies should be based upon
physiology: body reactions. Wundt essentially redefined
psychological studies as studies of the brain and nervous system,
and redefined man as an animal without a soul, thus legitimizing
at least for his associates and their employers the treating of
man as such. This, no doubt, was a welcome rationalization for
the controllers who could now happily slaughter whomever they




pleased without fear of ultimate spiritual retribution or

Wundt said, "it truly appears to be a useless waste of energy
to keep returning to such aimless discussions about the nature
of the psyche, which were in vogue for a while, and practically
still are, instead, rather, of applying one's energies where they
will produce real results."

According to researcher Paolo Lionni, "For Wundt, will was
the direct result of the combination of perceived stimuli, not an
independent, individual intention as psychology and philosophy
had, with some notable exceptions, held up to that time."
Wundt's rejection of the intangibles of life, such as soul,
mind, and free will, have influenced psychiatry and psychology
up to the present day. And now you know why shrinks look so
weird and often have nervous tics. They have been taught that
they do not have a soul. [2]

According to one chronicler of the history of psychology,
after Wundt's theories became popular,

"Naturally Leipzig became the Mecca of students who wished
to study the 'new' psychology — a psychology that was no longer a
branch of speculative philosophy, no longer a fragment of the
science of physiology, but a novel and daring and exciting
attempt to study mental processes by the experimental and
quantitive methods common to all science. For the psychology
of Leipzig was, in the eighties and nineties, the newest thing
under the sun. It was the psychology for bold young radicals
who believed that the ways of the mind could be measured and
treated experimentally — and who possibly thought of themselves,
in their private reflections, as pioneers on the newest frontier of
science, pushing its method into reaches of experience that it
had never before invaded. At any rate they threw themselves
into their tasks with industry and zest. They became trained
introspectionists and, adding introspection to the resources of
the physiological laboratories, they attempted the minute
analysis of sensation and perception. They measured reaction-
times, following their problems into numerous and widespread
ramifications. They investigated verbal reactions, thus
extending their researches into the field of association. They
measured the span and the fluctuations of attention and noted
some of its more complex features in the 'complication
experiment,' a laboratory method patterned after the situation
that gave rise to the astronomer's problem of the 'personal
equation.' In their studies of feeling and emotion they recorded




pulse-rates, breathing rates, and fluctuations in muscular
strength, and in the same connection they developed methods
of recording systematically and treating statistically the
impressions observed by introspection. They also developed the
psychophysical methods and in addition made constant use of
resources of the physiological laboratory. And throughout all
their endeavors they were dominated by the conception of a
psychology that should be scientific as opposed to speculative;
always they attempted to rely on exact observation,
experimentation, and measurement. Finally when they left
Leipzig and worked in laboratories of their own — chiefly in
American or German universities — most of them retained enough
of the Leipzig impress to teach a psychology that, whatever the
subsequent development of the individual's thought, bore traces
of the system which was recognized at Leipzig as orthodox." [3]
The essence of Wundt's research was that man was a
machine, albeit a soft one. Wundt also went along with the
Hegelian axiom that man was simply a cog in the greater
machine of the State. Was it just a coincidence that Wundt and
his cohorts, funded by and working with the Prussian military
and political establishment, provided the justification for
treating humanity as individual pieces of nearly valueless
machinery, to be tinkered with or destroyed at will?
Wundt, along with other Hegelians, rejected the moral
equation in dealing with mankind — thereby putting man in a test
tube — and by doing so opened the door to many of the atrocities
that followed in this century, including the horrors of mind
control. Another mainstay in the arsenal of elitist mind control
research was the work of Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, who studied
physiology at Leipzig in 1884, five years after Wundt had a
laboratory there, and first worked at the St. Petersburg Military
Medical Academy in Russia. In 1906 Pavlov cut holes in dogs'
cheeks and inserted tubes to measure salivation. A bell was rung
just before food was given to the dogs, and after a period of time
it was observed that the ringing of the bell alone would increase
the rate of the dogs' salivation.

The observation that responses could be so precisely
conditioned was then brainstormed to apply to the mental
processes of humans — and Pavlov's successors, the shrinks and
social controllers, have continued ringing their bells, selectively
keeping us drooling ever since. [4]

Shortly after Pavlov was driving dogs crazy in Russia, John B.
Watson at Johns Hopkins University — the Hegel hotbed for the




United States — was doing the same thing to humans. Watson,
the founder of what is known as the behaviorist school of
psychology — but is really only research following in the dark
shadow of Wundt — believed that complex forms of behavior could
be programmed into humans. He conducted one experiment in
which a young boy, "Little Albert," was given a white rat to play
with. After the boy became accustomed to the rat, Watson would
beat on the floor with a steel bar every time the rat was brought
in. The boy was understandably terrified by such lunatic
behavior, and eventually reacted with terror every time the rat
was given to him, and finally, whenever any small furry animal
was around him.

Dr. Watson himself drooled over the possibilities of this kind
of mechanical conditioning of human beings: "Give me the baby,
and I'll make it climb and use its hands in constructing
buildings of stone or wood... I'll make it a thief, a gunman or a
dope fiend. The possibilities of shaping in any direction are
almost endless... Men are built, not born." Watson later became
a highly successful advertising executive, although there are no
records available of what happened to Little Albert. [5]
In the late 1930s, Harvard psychologist Burrhus Frederick
(B.F.) Skinner, an unapologetic student of Wundt's theories, and
a member of U.S. Army intelligence, fine-tuned the art of human
control into what he termed "operant conditioning," becoming
a guru to generations of mind shapers that followed. His simple
(and quite familiar, by this time) notion was that the
reinforcement of a repeated negative stimulus (punishment) or
positive stimulus (reward) formed the basis for learned behavior.
Skinner's early experiments produced pigeons that could
dance, do figure eights, and play table tennis. His experiments
did not stop with pigeons.

Skinner's most famous invention, aimed at producing a
"socialized child," was the environmentally controlled "Skinner
box," a crib-sized container into which he put scores of
children, including his own. His ultimate aim was not only to
control the behavior of isolated persons, but to gain insights into
how to control society as a whole. [6]

Skinner's most explicit statement of his philosophy,
ultimately one of world control, is contained in his book Walden
Two. written in 1948. The book describes a perfect communist
Utopia run along behaviorist lines.

In Walden Two society is run by Frazier, a straw man
designed to dramatize Skinner's beliefs about human




conditioning. Below Frazier in the pigeon-pecking order are six
Planners, who in turn run Managers, who are held responsible
for the "controlees" who perform the menial tasks of daily life.
Members of the Walden Two society follow a puritanical "Code of
Conduct," that applies to virtually every aspect of day-to-day life,
including the forbidding of midnight snacks. Education is a
subset of "human engineering," and children are turned over to
the group by the parents. "Home is no place to raise children,"
drawls Frazier, his philosophy one that has seemingly been
adopted by many current-day shrinks and social workers.
The essence of Walden Two is the application of positive and
negative reinforcement to create a smoothly running state, free
of such unwanted encumbrances as crime and choice.
Skinner followed up his vision of Walden Two in 1971, with
his vastly hyped nonfiction book Beyond Freedom and Dignity,
awarded the honor of being the most important book of the year
by the New York Times. "What is needed is more control, not
less," Skinner reminded us. [7]

It may be revelatory that throughout his life, Skinner was
interested in mechanical contraptions, even working for years
on a perpetual motion machine. His view of the composition of
human beings was no less mechanical — a vision which
characterizes the philosophies of most psychiatrists to this day.
This atheist/materialistic viewpoint, again, provides a
justification for the atrocities which are daily committed in the
name of science: How can it be unethical to tinker with, or even
destroy a human, if in fact he is really only a machine?
With B.F. Skinner, the philosophy of psychosocial control was
finely honed. Although many psychologists today insist that the
behaviorist's vision of a controlled world is crude and outdated,
and that a docile society cannot be engineered by science, they
protest too much. The behaviorist doctrine — forecast by Hegel,
invented by Wundt, and fostered by a legion of followers in
science and education — is firmly in place in the halls of academia
and in the offices of population-shaping worldwide, and are
being applied at every level of society. The elite could not be
happier if the whole world was placed in a Skinner box.






1. Sutton, Antony C, America's Secret Establishment, (Liberty House
Press, Billings, Montana, 1986); Lionni, Paolo, The Leipzig Connection.
(Sheridan, Oregon: Delphian Press, 1988)

2. "Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich." New York: Funk & Wagnalls New
Encyclopedia, 1973; Lionni

3. Heidbreder, Edna, Seven Psychologies. (New York: D. Appleton-
Century Company, Inc., 1933)

4. Lionni; Bowart, Walter, Operation Mind Control. (New York: Dell
Paperback, 1977); "Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich," The Encyclopedia Americana, (New
York, Americana Corporation, 1963)

5. Watson, John B., quoted in Bowart; Packard, Vance. The People
Shapers. (New York: Little, Brown, 1977)

6. Bowart; Packard; Judge, John, "The Secret Government," Dharma
Combat number 10

7. Packard; Skinner, B.F., Walden Two. (New York: Macmillan
Company, 1962)


Colonel Sir Claude Dansey, spymaster for the




Top: Aldous Huxley. Bottom: John Rawlings
Reese, Tavistock controller.


Chapter 4:




One of the major world arenas in which Hegelian philosophy
and the materialistic anti-psychology of Wundt has been applied
is that of education.

In 1819 in Prussia the first compulsory schooling for
children was instituted. According to educator John Taylor
Gatto, society in Prussia was divided "into children who will
become policy makers; children who will become assistants to
policy makers (the engineers, architects, lawyers, and doctors);
and the children who will be the vast, massed, used.
"Prussia sets up a three-tier school system, in which one half
of one percent of the population is taught to think. They go to
school called academie. Five and a half percent of the
population go to Realschulen, where they partially learn to
think, but not completely, because Prussia believed their defeat
at the hands of Napoleon was caused by people thinking for
themselves at times of stress on the battlefield. They were
going to see to it that scientifically this couldn't happen. The
lowest 94%, (that's some pyramid, right?) went to volkschulen,
where they were to learn harmony, obedience, freedom from
stressful thinking, how to follow orders. They worked out a
system that would in fact guarantee such results. In the
volkschulen, it was to divide whole ideas (which really
simultaneously participate in math, science, social thinking,
language and art) into subjects which hardly had existed before,
to divide the subjects further into units; to divide the time into
small enough units of time. With enough variations in the course
of a day, no one would know what was going on." [1]
In the middle of the last century a member of the secret
Skull and Bones society, following in the Prussian tradition, set




in motion an American educational revolution that has subverted
the entire system toward the goals of the New World Order.
That man was Daniel Coit Oilman, first president of Johns
Hopkins University and of the Carnegie Institution. Gilman
studied Hegelian philosophy at the University of Berlin in 1854-
55. Also at the University of Berlin during this time was the
earlier mentioned Wilhelm Wundt, who was key in applying
Hegelian- styled psychology to the world.

Gilman came from a family of Bonesmen and, after he
returned from Germany, in 1856 became treasurer of Skull and
Bones. Simultaneously, Gilman became assistant librarian at
Yale, and was appointed to the position of head librarian two
years later.

During the same period Skull and Bones covertly took over
the administration of Yale University, with the presidency of the
school from that period forward turned over to a succession of
illuminized Bonesmen. According to The Iconoclast (October
13, 1873),

"They have obtained control of Yale. Its business is
performed by them. Money paid to the college must pass into
their hands, and be subject to their will. No doubt they are
worthy men in themselves, but the many whom they looked
down upon while in college, cannot so far forget as to give
money freely into their hands. Men in Wall Street complain that
the college comes straight to them for help, instead of asking
each graduate for his share. The reason is found in a remark
made by one of Yale's and America's first men: 'Few will give but
Bones men, and they care far more for their society than they do
for the college.' The Woolsey Fund has but a struggling
existence, for kindred reasons... Here, then, appears the true
reason for Yale's poverty. She is controlled by a few men who
shut themselves off from others, and assume to be their

Gilman met with Frederick T. Gates, who ran Rockefeller's
foundations, and he implored him to set up the Southern
Educational Board, merging the Slater and Peabody funds.
Gilman called the foundation the General Education
Board — signaling his intentions. The organization was later
renamed The Rockefeller Foundation. [2]

Gilman was the first president of Johns Hopkins University,
and he carefully chose for the faculty members from the Skull
and Bones and other groups of the Hegelian stripe. Among
those was G. Stanley Hall, the first of Wundt's American students




to make a mark. Hall's training in Leipzig was paid for by a loan
from a member of Scroll & Key, sister society to Skull and Bones
at Yale. In Leipzig, Hall immersed himself in Hegelian-inspired
psychological studies taught by materialist psychologists like
Hartmann, Helmholtz, and his greatest influence, Wundt.
Returning to America in 1883, he took over the psychological
laboratory at the new Johns Hopkins, and started the American
Psychological Association and the American Journal of

According to Hall, "The psychology I taught was almost
entirely experimental and covered for the most part the
material that Wundt had set forth in the later and larger edition
of Physiological Psychology." [3]

In 1889 Hall was chosen as the first president of the newly
established Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. Hall
was the mentor of one of the most influential names in American
education of this century: John Dewey.

Dewey studied under Hall at Johns Hopkins, moving on to
teach at the universities of Michigan and Minnesota. Another
major influence upon Dewey was the Hegelian philosopher
George Sylvester Morris, who had received his doctorate from
the University of Berlin. According to Dewey, echoing the
sentiments of his Prussian mentors,

"There is no god, and there is no soul. There are no needs
for the props of traditional religion.

"With dogma and creed excluded, then immutable truth is
also dead and buried.

"There is no room for fixed, natural law or permanent moral
absolutes." [4]

Dewey published the first American textbook on Hegelian
philosophy as applied to the Wundtian psychological innovations
in his book Psychology. In 1895 he joined the faculty at the
Rockefeller-funded University of Chicago, heading the
philosophy, psychology, and teaching departments, and
establishing an education laboratory called the Dewey School,
later known as the Laboratory School of the University of

Dewey followed the Wundtian example in his insistence that
education was not the teaching of mental skills such as reading
and writing, but in the channeling of raw experiences to the
evolving mind of the child; a sort of psychic Skinner's box
version of education. The traditional role of the teacher as
educator was replaced by the teacher as shrink, socializer,




eugenicist and herald of the coming world superstate.
Dewey believed that the purpose of public schools was to
"take an active part in determining the social order of the
future... according as the teachers align themselves with the
newer forces making for social control of economic forces." [5]
Dewey also remarked that "The school is primarily a social
institution. Education being a social process, the school is
simply that form of community life in which all those agencies
are concentrated that will be most effective in bringing the child
to share in the inherited resources of the race, and to use his
own powers for social ends. Education, therefore, is a process
of living and not a preparation for future living." [6]
For Dewey, the issue was always how the child related to the
State, rather than how the State related to the child.
Another student of Wundt, who was to prove to be perhaps
the most successful popularizer of the new psychology that
abolished the psyche, was James McKeen Cattell. Cattell was
Wundt's assistant in Leipzig in the years 1883-86, receiving his
Ph.D. from the grand old man in 1886. Lecturing in Cambridge
in 1887, Cattell met and was converted to Social Darwinism by
Darwin's cousin, the English psychologist Francis Galton, the
man responsible for the popularization at the beginning of this
century of the science of eugenics and selective breeding.
In 1887 Cattell established at the University of Pennsylvania a
psychological laboratory of the Wundtian mold, then moved on in
1891 to head the new psychology department at Columbia
University. Cattell was tremendously influential in disseminating
the new overtly materialistic psychology, and did so by
establishing a host of magazines, including The Psychological
Review, Science, Scientific Monthly, and School and Society.
He also published reference works including American Men of
Science, Leaders in Education, and The Directory of American
Scholars, an effective strategy for screwing Wundtian- school
psychologists into the mainstream of American thought.
Another of Cattell's questionable feats was the abolition of the
use of phonics methods for teaching reading. Cattell popularized
the "Look-Say" method of teaching reading, a technique that
according to some sources had been invented by Thomas
Hopkins Gallaudet for teaching the deaf. Although Gallaudet was
not a member of Skull and Bones, two of his sons attended Yale
and were initiated into the secret society.

Following upon the insight of Gallaudet in teaching the deaf,
Cattell came to the conclusion that the direct memorization of




words would increase literacy if applied to normal students.
Experience in subsequent years has not proven this to be the
case, obviously, and one byproduct of Cattell's advocacy of the
"Look-Say" theory is that as we approach the 21st century
millions of American adults cannot read or write at all.
The whole story about Gallaudet may in fact be a sanitization
of what actually happened. Educator John Taylor Gatto
attributes the "Look-Say" method to the Prussian system of
schooling, where this system of not-teaching-reading was used
essentially to disadvantage all but the privileged class. Gatto
says, "So they figured out that by replacing the alphabet system
of teaching reading we teach sounds. (The Prussian System was
a whole sentence system, rather than a whole word system. You
memorize whole sentences.) If they could get the kids and keep
them from reading well for the first six and seven years, then it
didn't matter after that. They had broken the link between
printed information." [7]

Possibly the most effective Trojan horse for injecting the
Wundtian theory of man-as-machine into the American
educational establishment was an individual, James Earl Russell,
who studied under and received his doctorate from Wundt in
1894. Russell became dean of the New York College for the
Training of Teachers, which he would run for thirty years while
heavily weighting its faculty with practitioners of the Wundtian
school, at the same time turning it into the largest institution
for the training of teachers in the country.

Another luminary in the shrink-wrapping of American
education was Edward Lee Thorndike, who studied with
Wundtians Armstrong and Judd at Wesleyan University, graduat-
ing in 1895. Thorndike moved on to Columbia University,
where he specialized in studying animals in "puzzle box" mazes,
finally finding his niche at Teachers College under Russell.
According to Thorndike, teaching was "The art of giving and
withholding stimuli with the result of producing or preventing
certain responses. In this definition the term stimulus is used
widely for any event which influences a person, — for a word
spoken to him, a look, a sentence which he reads, the air he
breathes, etc. etc. The term response is used for any reaction
made by him, — anew thought, a feeling of interest, a bodily act,
any mental or bodily condition resulting from the stimulus. The
aim of the teacher is to produce desirable and prevent
undesirable changes in human beings by producing and
preventing certain responses. The means at the disposal of the




teacher are the stimuli which can be brought to bear upon the
pupil, — the teacher's words, gestures, and appearance, the
condition and appliances of the school room, the books to be
used, and objects to be seen, and so on through a long list of the
things and events which the teacher can control." [8]
Thorndike further stated,

"Studies of the capacities and interests of young children
indicate the advisability of placing little emphasis before the age
of six upon either the acquisition of those intellectual resources
known as the formal tools — reading, spelling, arithmetic,
writing, etc. — or upon abstract intellectual analysis...
"Despite rapid progress in the right direction the program of
the average elementary school is too narrow and academic in
character. Traditionally the elementary school has been
primarily devoted to teaching the fundamental subjects, the
three R's, and closely related disciplines... Artificial exercises,
like drills on phonetics, multiplication tables, and formal writing
movements, are used to a wasteful degree. Subjects such as
arithmetic, language, and history include content that is
intrinsically of little value. Nearly every subject is enlarged
unwisely to satisfy the academic ideal of thoroughness. That the
typical school overemphasizes instruction in these formal,
academic skills as a means of fostering intellectual resources... is
a justifiable criticism... Elimination of unessentials by scientific
study, then, is one step in improving the curriculum." [9]
The emphasis by Thorndike and his fellows on the
"socialization" of the student — in fact the subjugation of the
student to the social order — as opposed to the teaching of
specific skills, is another factor that has led to a general
breakdown of literacy in the United States, while at the same
time providing no noticeable increase in the ability to
socialize — in fact, obviously the contrary.

Thorndike believed that, "Education is interested primarily
in the general interrelation of man and his environment, in all
the changes which make possible a better adjustment of human
nature to its surroundings."

This is another important aspect of Thorndike's and all of the
other latter-day Wundtians' philosophies. Man is an animal who
must adapt to the environment, that is, the social system and
political regime, rather than adapting the environment to his
own vision. Man is to be conditioned to accept the
circumstances that he finds himself in, not learn to change
them. Again, the controlling elite have no qualms about




changing society or the environment to conform to their own
whims — even if it takes 'dozing a rainforest — it is only the
rebellious public- schooled who must have the devastating defect
of individuality brainwashed out of them. The socialization tech-
niques used by the Wundtians create robots, not sociable people.
Working out of the Teachers College at Columbia University
and the later-established Lincoln School, and dependent upon a
steady infusion of Rockefeller money, the major lights in the
field of Wundtian psychology, including Thorndike, Cattell,
Russell, and Dewey, kick-started "educational" psychology,
remaking the face of American schooling. And many of these
disciples of Wundt were very straightforward in proclaiming that
the purpose of educational psychology was the creation of a New
World Order.

By the 1950s the Teachers College was indisputably the most
powerful force in education in America, with approximately one
third of all school presidents and deans, and one fourth of all
American teachers accredited there. It must have been
reassuring to the Rockefellers and their ilk to see that
materialistic psychology and education had won, and was now
accepted as the norm in American school systems.


1. Gatto, John Taylor, "Origins & History of American Compulsory
Schooling," an interview conducted by Jim Martin, Flatland magazine number

2. Sutton, Antony G, America's Secret Establishment. (Billings,
Montana: Liberty House Press, 1986); Mullins, Eustace, The Curse of Canaan.
(Staunton, Virginia: Revelation Books, 1987)

3. Hall, G. Stanley, Cited in Sutton

4. Dewey, John. Cited in Ralph A. Epperson. The New World Order.
(Tucson, Arizona: Publius Press, 1990)

5. Lionni; Sutton; Dewey, John. Quoted in Allen, Gary, "Hands off our
Children!," American Opinion, volume XVIII, No. 9, October, 1975

6. Dewey, John, My Pedagogic Creed, cited in Sutton

7. Gatto

8. Thorndike, Edward L., The Principles of Teaching Based on
Psychology. (New York: A.G Seiler, 1925)

9. Thorndike, Edward L., and Arthur I. Gates, Elementary Principles of
Education. (New York: Macmillan, 1929)




Top: X-ray photos of brain transmitters. Bottom: Dr. and Mrs. Skinner
view daughter Debbie in a "Skinner box." Debbie committed suicide

in her 20s.


Chapter 5:




The Tavistock Insitute for Human Relations, known by insiders
as the "Freud Hilton," has been a major nexus for the worldwide
psychological manipulation that has taken place over the last 50
years. The Tavistock story — at least the public version of
it — begins immediately after World War II, when members of
British military intelligence created the Institute. In its own
literature Tavistock is described as an organization of "dynamic
psychiatry" which was intended to practice what they term
"societry" on the planet as a whole — and what I term world
mind control.

British military intelligence itself, in the persons of many of
its chief players, has been aimed at a one- world government
since its inception. British Secret Service directors on an almost
one-for-one basis have been advocates of Fabian socialism. [1]
It is alleged that Tavistock was set up much earlier than its
announced inception, over 20 years prior in 1921, by Major
John Rawlings Reese, on the orders of the Round Table's Royal
Institute of International Affairs (also known as Chatham House).
The RIIA, along with the American Council on Foreign Relations,
had been founded in 1919 during the Versailles Peace
Conference, both being early New World Order executive arms.
Reese was the man who dreamed of "building a society in
which it is possible for any member of any social group to be
treated [psychiatrically], without resort to legal means, and even
if they do not desire such treatment." At the end of World War
II, Reese called for the creation of "psychological shock troops"
who would fan out from the Tavistock Institute to engineer the
future direction of society. [2]

In 1932 Tavistock was put under the directorship of the
German psychologist Kurt Lewin. Lewin was a founder of the
National Training Laboratories and director of the Harvard




Psychological Clinic, and — an odd qualification for a psychiatrist,
I think — one of the key players in the original creation of the
OSS in America.

Lewin is credited with much of the original Tavistock
research into mass brainwashing, applying the results of
repeated trauma and torture in mind control to society at large.
If terror can be induced on a widespread basis into a society,
Lewin has stated, then society reverts to a tabula rasa, a blank
slate, a situation where control can easily be instituted from an
exterior point.

Put it another way: By the creation of controlled chaos, the
populace can be brought to the point where it willingly submits
to greater control. Lewin maintained that society must be
driven into a state equivalent to an "early childhood situation."
He termed this societal chaos "fluidity."

Tavistock's focus in the early days was on strategic warfare
studies, in particular of Germany, with emphasis on the re-
education of that errant New World Order colony. During World
War II many of the Institute's members, including its founder,
Reese, ran the British Psychological Warfare Directorate and
subsidiary organizations based in the United States. After World
War II Tavistock can functionally be considered to have become
a part of Britain's Psychological Warfare Bureau, now working on
projects dealing with the brainwashing of populations. [3]
Tavistock is governed by what it calls an invisible college,
echoing antique occultist terminology and reminding one that
British intelligence was founded by Freemasons and remains
deeply Freemasonic to this day. The original use of the term
"invisible college," prior to the announced creation of Tavistock,
was Reese's reference to an informal association he had created
of all the psychiatrists then working in the British military.
For funding, the Tavistock Institute relies on large grants
from anonymous benefactors — with no doubt a substantial portion
coming directly from the Crown — along with grants from the
Rockefeller Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Carnegie
Institute, the World Health Organization, and the British Home
Office. Tavistock is also interlinked worldwide with a vast
network of other organizations and think tanks, including
UNESCO, WHO, the World Federation for Mental Health, and the
Rand Corporation. Tavistock is simply a front group for the
psychological imposition of the New World Order on the planet,
and its main philosophic tool is the Hegelian dialectic framed in
the terms of Lewin.




The Rockefellers have always been prominent in deciding the
course of Tavistock. According to the official chronicler of the

"The Rockefeller Foundation, before making us a grant,
would need to be satisfied, not only by our policies... but also
with the persons to carry them out." [4]

In a Tavistock-funded profile of the group, it is stated that
the role of the institute has been:

"(a) The invention of the command psychiatrist as a medical-
social role carrying out reconnaissance in a large structure and
defined group, leading to the ascertainment and recognition of
critical problems in the sphere of human relations and

"(b) The invention of social psychiatry as a policy science
permitting preventative technical intervention in large-scale

"(c) The fashioning of a whole series of military institutions
which concretely and effectively implemented the policies

"(d) The invention of new types of therapeutic communities.
"(e) The invention of cultural psychiatry...

"Capability nurtured in the Tavistock for the psychiatrist to
work with lay personnel — in this case the military — in a
collaborative partnership. In other words, the strategy of
command psychiatry and the developments to which it led were
psycho-dynamically conceived and based."

Tavistock, born from the collaboration of the international
monied elite, military intelligence, and the materialistic
psychiatric community, refers to its self-admitted "military"
orientation as Operation Phoenix — again, a Freemasonic symbol
that it shares with the infamous Vietnam War assassination
program. One is reminded of the Freemasonic legend " Ordo Ab
Chao," Order Out of Chaos, which could just as easily describe
the Tavistock method of destroying a target subject, or a target
population, prior to reprogramming; the Tavistock modus

Throughout the Tavistock literature — either official or
Tavistock-inspired — they reiterate their "global vision" and
make it clear that the institute is intended to work its long-term
"societry" on the world regardless of the wishes of individuals
who inhabit it.

One of the most successful of Tavistock-offshoot organizations
is what was originally known as the National Training




Laboratories (NTL), and now the NTL Institute for Applied
Behavioral Sciences, founded in 1947. Located in Bethel, Maine,
the mission of the NTL is to give Lewin-inspired "group
dynamics" sessions to American leaders. Again, during group
sessions "dissonance" or stress is introduced to destroy the
individual's previous beliefs, and then a new, group-oriented
personality is coaxed forth. This is the primary technical
method used by a myriad of Tavistock-influenced "sensitivity"
groups like Alanon and Esalen.

Since the 1950s, NTL has processed the majority of
America's corporate leaders in its programs, while
simultaneously running the same programs for various segments
of the government, including the Navy, the Department of
Education, and the State Department. None dare call it mind
control. [5]

Eric Trist, the chairman of Tavistock's governors, in 1963
described his and Tavistock's work on mass brainwashing,
delineating in detail his theory of "social turbulence," based
upon the theories of Hegel, although again, Trist is far more
quick to cite Lewin.

Trist postulated that the administering of a series of
traumatizing shocks upon a society would destabilize it, lowering
the overall character of the society's reasoning. Trist suggested
that by late 1963 the world had moved into a condition of
"permanent social turbulence" that would serve to usher in a
new condition of society, a new paradigm, and a new possibility
for remaking the face of the planet.

The nature of the permanent social turbulence that Trist
foresaw is further defined in a book published in 1975 by one of
Trist's associates, Fred Emery. The book, Futures We Are In,
likens the condition of current day society to the violent punk
welfare state of Anthony Burgess' novel, A Clockwork Orange,
written in the 1960s.

Emery, in reflection of Trist, also trumpets Hegel. He
describes the first stage of the breakdown of society as being
"superficiality," in which previous societal values are questioned
and discarded. He uses as an example of this the death of the
Judeo-Christian paradigm.

The next inevitable state is "segmentation," in which societal
institutions break down, resulting in a reversion to paranoid
groups of individuals hostile to each other.

The next stage in the breakdown of society would be the
launching of a fascist movement akin to the Nazis.




The final and most disrupted state of society is termed
disassociation, in which the individual becomes the entirety of
society for himself, and is isolated from other members of the
group. The dominant culture of the society becomes "fantasy
and superstition." According to Trist, the current "wired
society" where the main interaction of the individual is with
electronic media is only a metaphor for disassociation.
Cyberpunks, New Agers, and couch potatoes, take note. It is
interesting to note that the same progression can be seen in the
microcosm with the induction of the multiple personality, an
oft-asserted goal of intelligence agency brain-banging.
In May 1967 at Queen Elizabeth's palatial estate in Deauville,
France, a conference was convened. It was intended to update
participants on ongoing projects of the Tavistock network. This
was the "Conference on Transatlantic Technological Imbalance
and Collaboration," sponsored by the Scientific and
Technological Committee of the North Atlantic Assembly and
the Foreign Policy Research Institute. Among the projects
mentioned at the conference were the collaboration of Emery
and Trist on "social turbulence," and the SRI-Tavistock "Images
of Man" project.

Participants in the conference included Tavistock's Harland
Cleveland; Willis Harman of the Tavistock offshoot Stanford
Research Institute; Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, the future Carter
national security advisor and the Trilateral Commission's
founding executive director; and Fred Emery, who had earlier
delineated the stages of societal disintegration in his Futures We
Are In. Other participants were Dr. Aurelio Peccei, later to head
the zero-growth fixated Club of Rome, then chairman of the
Economic Committee of the Atlantic Institute, an important
NATO think tank; and Sir Alexander King and Sir Solly
Zuckerman, advisors to the British crown.

Fleshing out the hologram of elitist New World Order
planning is the information that Brzezinski is believed by many
in Western intelligence organizations to be a KGB mole,
recruited by British Round Tabler and Rothschild- Warburg agent
William Yandell Elliot. Henry Kissinger is also linked to this
group, reportedly after being recruited to a KGB homosexual
blackmail ring focused on the EICOM G-2 headquarters in
Oberammergau, Germany, at the end of the second world war.
Kissinger was a member of the U.S. Army 970th
Counterintelligence Corps, involved in creating the Nazi "rat
lines" that enabled many prominent Nazis to escape prosecution




at the end of World War II.

Kissinger's reported mentor was Fritz Kraemer of the
Pentagon plans division, who also groomed Alexander Haig.
Kraemer's secret life during WWII, according to deceased
conspiracy researcher Mae Brussel, was that of a special
lieutenant to Hitler. What does it matter whose side you are on,
the controllers might say? Both sides in the World War, or for
that matter the Cold War, only served to foster the synthesis of
the New World Order. [6]

The principles that were agreed on at the Tavistock
conference will sound very familiar to those who have been
following the reshaping of human institutions and values by the
New World Order. These include the belief that man should not
dominate nature, but instead become a part of it, with no more
rights and privileges than, say, the purple-assed baboon in the
wild. Governments are obsolete and will be replaced by other,
more encompassing institutions. Mankind is moving into a de-
industrialized post-technological society, an "information age,"
the Age of Aquarius; again, aborigines with laptop computers.
The primary impetus towards the evolution to the post-
technological society are the repeated shocks and chaos taking
place, including such events as the Kennedy assassination, the
Vietnam War, and the assault on traditional institutions and
thinking by the psychedelic counterculture.

This philosophy was described exactly by Dr. William Sargent
of the Tavistock Institute in 1957 in his book Battle for the
Mind — A Physiology of Conversion and Brain- Washing. Again,

idea is that the micro reflects the macro: the occultist dictum,
"As above, so below."

Sargent said, "Various types of beliefs can be implanted in
many people after brain function has been sufficiently disturbed
by accidentally or deliberately induced fear, anger, or
excitement. Of the results caused by such disturbances, the
most common one is temporarily impaired judgment and
heightened suggestibility. Its various group manifestations are
sometimes classed under the heading of 'herd instinct,' and
appear most spectacularly in wartime, during severe epidemics,
and in all similar periods of common danger, which increase
anxiety and so individual and mass suggestibility."
Out of the Tavistock conference also came Zbigniew
Brzezinski's 1968 book The Technotronic Age, that posits an
information society whose basis of competition is replaced by
"amusement focus" based on "spectator spectacles (mass sports




and TV) providing an opiate for increasingly purposeless
masses... New forms of social control may be needed to limit the
indiscriminate exercise by the individual of their new powers.
The possibility of extensive chemical mind control... will call for
a social definition of the common criteria of restraint as well as
utilization." And some think that Guy DeBord's Society of the
Spectacle isn't literal.

In the Technotronic Age, the "nation state as a fundamental
unit of man's organized life has ceased to be the principal
creative force: International banks and multinational
corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in
advance of the political concepts of the nation- state."
Brzezinski also says of the "Technotronic Age" that, "At the
same time the capacity to assert social and political control over
the individual will vastly increase. It will soon be possible to
assert almost continuous control over every citizen and to
maintain up-to-date files, containing even the most personal
details about health and personal behavior of every citizen in
addition to the more customary data.

"These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the
authorities. Power will gravitate into the hands of those who
control information. Our existing institutions will be supplanted
by pre-crisis management institutions, the task of which will be
to identify in advance likely social crises and to develop
programs to cope with them.

"This will encourage tendencies through the next several
decades toward a Technotronic Era, a dictatorship leaving even
less room for political procedures as we know them. Finally,
looking ahead to the end of the century, the possibility of
biochemical mind control and genetic tinkering with man,
including beings which will function like men and reason like
them as well, could give rise to some difficult questions."
A book written at the same time by the conference chairman,
Aurellio Peccei, was titled The Chasm Ahead, and it too echoed
the prevailing elitist themes: Peccei reiterated that a one-world
government was the only solution to the problems of the world.
Also required was that Russia and the U.S. would have to enter
into partnership in global planning and enforcement — a theme
that has become increasingly obvious in recent years with the
Spetznaz setting up shop in Peoria and Tulsa, and Clinton trying
to lease the Long Beach Naval Yards to the mainland Chinese. [7]
One of the footsoldiers of Tavistock — currently fallen from
grace at least in the eyes of the American people — is, believe it




or not, Newt Gingrich. The truth about Newt exists much in
contradiction to his image as a staunch upholder of Republican
ideals and conservative family values. Gingrich is in fact another
Trojan horse whose mentor is the "futurist" Alvin Toffler.
Toffler's book The Third Wave describes the current
technocratic takeover of the world, the acquisition of virtually all
wealth by a tiny elite, and the relegation of the vast majority of
the populace to a Third World foraging in the garbage heaps of
the rich.

According to Gingrich, speaking to a crowd of yuppies at a
congress on "Democracy in Virtual America," "In the mid-to-
late-'60s, I read Drucker's The Age of Discontinuities,
Boulding's The Meaning of the Twentieth Century, Bell's Beyond
Post-Industrial Society — all of which were precursors to the first
popularizer of this notion, which was Future Shock, which was
written basically a quarter of a century ago. Now, those four
books described everything we're living through for all practical
purposes... and nothing has changed for a quarter of a century...
I've worked with the Tofflers for 20 years in trying to figure out
this interesting question. Since this is all intellectually obvious,
why can't we break through?"

Toffler is a protege of Kenneth Boulding, who is one of
Tavistock's leading lights in the United States, and according to
his wife founded the revolutionary Students for a Democratic
Society (SDS). Boulding and his wife were responsible for much
bridge building between the Fabian "societrists" of Tavistock
and the New Left in the 1960s.

Gingrich revealed his not-so-hidden roots when he
mentioned the "anticipatory democracy" project in his
introduction to The Third Wave. "A/D," as it is termed, was a
project fielded by Tavistock in the 1960s intended to bring
about a New Age shift toward anything but traditional values,
unless it is the Wellsian "Open Conspiracy" traditional values of
the elite controllers. Among the later projects that would be
created by participants in the "A/D" project would be the
Malthusian Club of Rome and the Carter administration's Global
2000 plan.

Gingrich was ushered into the Tavistock orbit in 1965 when,
as an undergraduate at Emory University, a professor at Georgia
Tech introduced him to the work of Boulding and Toffler. After
getting his Ph.D. at Tulane, Gingrich took a teaching job at West
Georgia State College, outside Atlanta, the East Coast node of the
"humanist psychology movement." One of Gingrich's closest




associates was the anything-but-Republican Jimmy Carter, who
put Newt in charge of an AID pilot project called Goals for
Georgia. It was only later that Gingrich got his calling as a
banner-waver for the New Right. [8]


1. Dicks, Henry Victor, Fifty Years of the Tavistock Clinic. (London,
England: Routledge & K. Paul, 1970); Douglas and Thompson, "New attempt to
cover up the English side of the Bolshevik's Trust', EIR, June5, 1987; Wolfe, L.,
"The Tavistock roots of the 'Aquarian Conspiracy', EIR, January 12, 1996

2. Dicks; Zepp-LaRouche, Helga, The Hitler Book. (New York: The
Schiller Institute, 1984); Wolfe

3. Dr. John Coleman, Conspirator's Hierarchy: The Story of the
Committee of 300. (America West Publishers, Carson City, Nevada, 1992); Zepp-
LaRouche; Dicks

4. Dicks

5. Dicks; Wolfe

6. John Judge, "Nazis in the White House: The Reagan Administration &
the Fascist International, Overthrow, Fall 1985, and "Good Americans",
Dharma Combat number 1 1

7. Coleman; Sutton and Wood, Trilateral Over Washington. (Scottsdale,
Arizona: The August Corporation, 1978)

8. Anticipatory Democracy — People in the Politics of the Future, Clement
Bezold, ed. (New York: Random House, 1978); Steinberg, Jeffrey, "Anticipatory
democracy," EIR, January 12, 1996


Walter Bowart's controversial 1978 book.







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Top: Jose Delgado of Yale University's School of Medicine faces a charging
bull... Bottom: ...and stops it cold, using a "stimoceiver," which sent a
radio signal to its brain through an implant. These photographs appeared
on the front pages of newspapers around the world, including the New
York Times (May 17, 1965).


Above: Two photos of Delgado's mind control implants.


Chapter 6:




In 1944, while World War II still raged, Lord Montagu Norman
resigned from his position at the Bank of England. Norman, a
man prone to repeated mental problems and hospitalizations,
and who had been a staunch supporter of Hitler prior to the war,
announced the beginning of the British National Association for
Mental Health, which was in fact only a renaming of the National
Councils of Mental Hygiene, a group that had been heavily
involved in pushing eugenics programs prior to the war. With
Hitler's downfall, eugenics had an extremely unsavory odor that
needed to be deodorized with a name change. Certainly
eugenics never vanished, as witness, for example, the thousands
of women involuntarily sterilized in Sweden and other European
countries until the mid-1970s. The NAMH functioned as a
Tavistock-front organization which would soon become the
controlling body for world psychiatry. [1]

An examination of the officers of NAMH provides clues as to
its direction: Richard Austen Butler, the pro-Nazi deputy foreign
minister to Lord Halifax, became president. Lord Halifax's son-
in-law, the Earl of Feversham, became chairman. Vice chairman
was Norman's wife, Priscilla Reyntiens Worsthorne Norman, a
vocal proponent of eugenics programs and the Nazis, who had
assisted German rearmament by releasing 6,000,000 British
pounds in Czech gold to the Germans after the occupation of
Czechoslovakia. Otto Niemeyer, Norman's assistant at the Bank
of England, became treasurer of the organization. Perhaps the
group should have been titled the Nazi Association for Mental

In 1948 an International Congress on Mental Health at the
Ministry of Health in London was convened by Norman. The
Congress was hosted by the British National Association, whose
patron was the Duchess of Kent, widow of the Grand Master of
Masons and mother of the Grand Master of Masons to follow. A
World Federation for Mental Health was formed at the Congress,




with Brigadier General Dr. John Rawlings Rees, head of the
British psychological warfare department and of the Tavistock
Institute, named president. Co-director of the World Federation
was Dr. Frank Fremont-Smith, chief medical officer of the
Rockefeller- spawned Josiah Macy Foundation that would later be
the primary funnel for CIA MKULTRA mind control funding.
According to Nina Ridenour, technical coordinator of the U.S.
delegation to the Congress, "The World Federation for Mental
Health... had been created upon the recommendation of the
United Nations' World Health Organization and UNESCO because
they needed a non-governmental mental health organization
with which they could cooperate."

The vice presidents of the Congress, again, provide a sense of
its direction: Dr. Hugh Chrichton-Miller was a founder of
Tavistock, and vice-president of the C.G. Jung Institute in
Zurich. The blatantly anti-Semitic Jung himself was another
vice president of the Congress. Dame Evelyn Fox was a leading
light of the British eugenics movement. Lord Thomas Jees
Horder was president of the Eugenics Society of Great Britain.
Dr. Winfred Overhulser was a high-ranking representative of the
Scottish Rite Masons, and reportedly linked to German spy
activities in the U.S. Dr. Alfred Frank Tredgold was a member of
Britain's Ministry of Health Committee on Sterilization.
Providing additional insight into the goals of the manipulators
of the WFMH are statements of Dr. G. Brock Chisholm, first
director and later head of the World Health Organization of the
United Nations. Chisholm delivered an address to psychiatrists
and government officials in Washington, D.C. in 1945, confiding:
"What basic psychological distortion can be found in every
civilization of which we know anything? The only psychological
force capable of producing these perversions is morality — the
concept of right and wrong. The re-interpretation and eventual
eradication of the concept of right and wrong are the belated
objectives of nearly all psychotherapy." [2]

Chisholm also said that, "The people who have been taught to
believe whatever they were told by their parents or their
teachers are the people who are the menace to the world." [3]
Given these sentiments, that right and wrong do not exist
and that parents are the persons least fit for educating their
children, can any excesses and crimes of the "mental health"
field be a surprise? [4]

The words of a declaration issued by the National Institute for
Mental Health in the United States further reveal that psychiatry
has its masters, even beyond the Nazis, Tavistock, British




aristocracy, and the Freemasons:

"Principles of mental health cannot be successfully furthered
in any society unless there is progressive acceptance of the
concept of world citizenship. World citizenship can be widely
extended among all peoples through applications of the
principles of mental health... At a major turning point in world
history there is an obligation on social scientists and
psychiatrists to attempt this new formulation."
By 1961, the NIMH, under the direction of Masonic
controller Robert Felix, had distilled a group of psychiatrists,
neuropsychologists, chemists, and others, including many
participants in the CIA's infamous MKULTRA program, into the
American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. One segment of
the college, the Study Group for the Effects of Psychotropic
Drugs on Normal Humans, held a 1967 conference to chart out
the directions mind control would follow until the year 2000.
The Evans-Kline Report, authored by MKULTRA mind control
psychiatrists Wayne O. Evans, director of the U.S. Army Military
Stress Laboratory, and Nathan Kline, eugenicist and Columbia
University psychiatrist, reported that the group "concluded that
the present breadth of drug use may be almost trivial when we
compare it to the possible numbers of chemical substances that
will be available for the control of selective aspects of man's life
in the year 2000."

The study theorized, in obvious reflection of the Tavistock
Institute's plan, that American culture is "moving toward a
'sensate society'. A greater emphasis is being placed on sensory
experience and less upon rational or work-oriented philos-
ophies. Such a philosophical view, coupled with the means to
separate sexual behavior from reproduction or disease, will
undoubtedly enhance sexual freedom.

"It seems obvious that the youth of today are no longer afraid
of either drugs or sex. Again, the philosophers and spokesmen
for the avant-garde advocate the personal sensory experience as
the raison d'etre of the coming generation. Finally, we are
moving into an age in which meaningful work will be possible
only for a minority: In such an age, chemical aphrodisiacs may be
accepted as a commonplace means to occupy one's time...
"If we accept the position that human mood, motivation, and
emotion are reflections of a neurochemical state of the brain,
then drugs can provide a simple, rapid, expedient means to
produce any desired neurochemical state that we wish.
"The sooner that we cease to confuse scientific and moral
statements about drug use, the sooner we can rationally consider




the types of neurochemical states that we wish to be able to

provide for people."

Shades of Brave New World.

In 1975, NIMH funded an overall evaluation of behavior
modification approaches. Its conclusions were — surprise! — that
these techniques should be applied to the general population of
the world, and to larger numbers than ever before. [5]
At about the same time, the Association for the Advancement
of Psychotherapy, in their Mankind 2000 report, introduced the
following dark vision:

"In the organization of a civilization of the future we
anticipate that the individualistically-oriented man will become
an anachronism. Indeed, he will be viewed as a threat to the
group organization as well as to his fellow man. Hence, as
stated, he in all likelihood will have few individual expectations.
While such a picture may not be pleasant to contemplate, when
viewed with our present orientation and value judgement, we
would be amiss were we to deal with unrealistic imageries that
would blind us to future reality..."

"The new world of the closed, automated system will
necessitate a radical change in political, technologic, and social
thinking. All too often, however, we remain bound by the
conventional tenets and wisdom of past generations... The
cybercultural revolution is altering all this. It differs radically
from previous innovations because now man has devices that will
largely supplant his labor and certain activities of his mind." [6]


1. Chaitkin, Anton. "British Psychiatry: From Eugenics to
Assassination," EIR, October 7, 1994; Dicks; Higham, Charles, Trading With the
Enemy. (New York: Dell, 1983)

2. Chaitkin; Chisholm, Dr. G. Brock, Psychiatry, February, 1948

3. Chisholm, Dr. G. Brock. Speech, Conference on Education, Asilomar,
Calif. Sep. 11, 1954

4. Chisholm, Psychiatry

5. Mental Health and World Citizenship, Int. Cong. On Mental Health,
London, 1948

5. Packard, Vance, The People Shapers. (New York: Bantam Books,
1977. pg. 29)

6. Less, Stanley and Wolf, William, Mankind 2000; Chaitkin




Chapter 7:




In 1940, President Roosevelt's special emissary General William
"Wild Bill" Donovan returned from the Mediterranean burning
with a conviction. He told Roosevelt that, "neither America nor
Britain is fighting the new and important type of war on more
than the smallest scale. Our defenses against political and
psychological warfare are feeble, and even such gestures as have
been made toward carrying the fight to the enemy are pitifully

So goes the story of the beginning of the Office of the
Coordinator of Information (COI), that was to evolve into the
Office of Strategic Services (OSS), and in turn, the Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA). Donovan's COI took the idea of the
"Secret Vote" — what has come to be termed "black funding" or
"black operations" — from the British, allowing the organization
and its successor organizations almost complete latitude in its
psychological warfare projects.

In June, 1942, the COI morphed into the OSS. A period of
time passed between the formation of the OSS and the issuing of
its charter due to Donovan's insistence that the psychological
warfare unit of the organization should head up the operation.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff finally agreed, saying that "All plans for
projects to be undertaken by the Office of Strategic Services will
be submitted to the Joint U.S. Chiefs of Staff through the Joint
Psychological Warfare Committee for approval. The Joint
Psychological Warfare Committee will take final action on all
internal administrative plans pertaining to the Office of Strategic

The OSS existed for three years and, according to Walter
Bowart, in Operation Mind Control, "it developed psychological
warfare into an effective weapon against the minds of civilian
and military populations foreign and domestic alike. To wage
effective psychological warfare the OSS needed background
information on United States citizens. Thus the burglary of




private files was sanctioned."

An early proponent of mind war was George Estabrooks, of
Colgate University. Estabrook contacted the Department of War
early in World War II and proposed the use of hypnosis in
warfare. Although the government took Estabrooks up on his
offer, he destroyed his diaries covering the years 1940-45, and
was unwilling to talk much about what he had done. Eastabrooks
is, however, said to have intimated to associates that he had
researched the creation of hypnotically programmed couriers
and the hypnotic induction of split personalities.
Estabrooks became loose-lipped on one occasion when, in
1968, he chatted with a reporter for the Providence Evening
Bulletin. According to the article that resulted, "Dr. Estabrooks
said that the key to creating an effective spy or assassin rests
in... creating a multiple personality, with the aid of hypnosis, a
procedure which the good doctor described as 'child's play'.
Estabrooks even offered the suggestion that Lee Harvey Oswald
and Jack Ruby 'could very well have been performing through
hypnosis.'" Estabrooks quite possibly would have been in the
position to know. [1]

One of the top secret projects that the OSS participated in
during its formative years was the development of a "truth drug"
to break down resistance in spies and POWs. This project was
run in conjunction with the Freemasons, and supervised by
Superintendent Winfred Overhulser, the Scottish Rite's chief
psychiatrist, at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C., along
with a research team composed of Harry J. Anslinger, head of
the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, and Dr. Edward Strecker, then
president of the American Psychiatric Association. The study
assessed the uses of mescaline, scopolomine, peyote, and
barbiturates, but settled upon a mixture of marijuana and
tobacco, attempting to perfect a concoction that would stimulate
a "state of irresponsibility." OSS scientists then came up with a
potent extract of marijuana called "TD." Its results were noted
in an OSS report:

"TD appears to relax all inhibitions and to deaden the areas of
the brain which govern an individual's discretion and caution. It
accentuates the senses and makes manifest any strong
characteristics of the individual. Sexual inhibitions are lowered,
and the sense of humor is accentuated to the point where any
statement or situation can become extremely funny to the
subject. On the other hand, a person's unpleasant
characteristics may also be heightened." The results obtained
with TD, however, were inconsistent, and research was




reported discontinued. [2]

John Marks writes in his seminal The Search for the
Manchurian Candidate that members of Overhulser's working
group included secret agents inside the U.S. government's
Manhattan Project to develop an atomic bomb, as well as
informers inside the FBI. [3]

On Halloween, 1944, President Roosevelt asked Donovan to
work out the details of an intelligence service that would
operate after the end of the war. In November, Donovan
submitted his plan, constructing the organization so that it
bypassed the Joint Chiefs of Staff and reported directly to the
president. On September 20, 1945, the OSS was terminated by
executive order.

Although Donovan was primarily responsible for the creation
of the COI and the OSS, due to his dislike for traditional
organization he was cut off from participating in the creation of
the CIA. The man who would take over control of the CIA was
Allen Dulles.




1. Bowart, Walter, Operation Mind Control. (New York: Dell Paperback,
1977); Cannon, Martin, "Mind Control and the American Government,"
Lobster 23; Bowart

2. Cannon, Martin, "The Controllers: A New Hypothesis of Alien
Abductions", MUFON UFO Journal, Number 270, October, 1990: Lee and Shlain,
Acid Dreams. (New York: Grove Press, 1985)

3. Marks, John, The Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and
Mind Control. (New York: Times Books, 1979)


F'rank Olson, an early victim of


Chapter 8:




The major operations of mind control in the 20th century have
been initiated by agents dedicated to the New World Order.
Bolstering this proposition is information on the background of
Allen Dulles, the director of the CIA at its outset and during the
period of its greatest involvement in mind control research.
Allen Dulles and his brother, John Foster Dulles, stood at the
pinnacle of American government and strategic planning during
the 1940s and 1950s — while at the same time being among the
most influential agents for the New World Order. Both brothers
were brought into the State Department prior to World War I by
their uncle, Secretary of State Robert Lansing. According to the
Dulles family biography, "Robert Lansing was... so pro-English
that he even took elocution lessons to perfect the English
accent he was cultivating."

Lansing was good friends with British spy Alex Gaunt, and
"Allen [Dulles]... thought Gaunt was one of the most exciting men
he had ever met, and he made up his mind that one of these
days he would become an intelligence operative just like
him — except for the accent, of course." [1]

Lansing brought both of the Dulles brothers into the Paris
peace negotiations, an affair guided by members of the Rhodes
Round Table group. Other members of the Wilson delegation
were Bernard Baruch, J.P. Morgan's Thomas Lamont, and Paul
Warburg. It is alleged that the 14 points of the peace plan were
formulated at a secret meeting of the Grand Orient Freemasonic
Lodge of France and the International Masonic Conference, on
June 28-30, 1917. Whether that is true or not, on the American
side, President Woodrow Wilson was accompanied by Colonel
E.M. House, the consummate one-worldist who was the engineer
of Wilson's domestic and foreign policies, who chose his cabinet,
and ran the State Department.

House offended Wilson by excluding him from some of his
negotiations conducted behind closed doors — this is known — but




the nature of those negotiations may have been revealed by the
allegation that the Versailles Peace Conference was actually
conducted in three tiers: the public conference, covered by the
press; secret conferences of the Big Four; and a third tier of
Masonic conferences conducted behind closed doors.
It is also alleged that, to guarantee his continued efforts in
the creation of a League of Nations, Woodrow Wilson was given a
bribe of one million dollars in gold and gems, and that his subse-
quent nervous breakdown was based on his belief that he would
have to return the money after the failure of the League. [2]
House was an intimate of major international bankers, and
persuaded Wilson to lobby for the League of Nations, the
precursor to the United Nations. In 1916, upon House's urging,
Wilson created the first President's Brain Trust to formulate
plans for a world government. House headed up the committee,
with 150 members including Norman Thomas (later to be head
of the American Socialist Party), and the Dulles brothers.
At the Paris conference the Dulleses made the acquaintance
of members of the Round Table, and a dinner party was arranged
by House and held at the Majestic Hotel, in Paris, with the
Dulles Brothers, other Americans in the Wilson camp, and
English members of the Round Table. An agreement was made
to form a group "for the study of international affairs." John
Foster Dulles acted in 1920 as an agent of the group in setting
up the Council on Foreign Relations in New York.
According to a 1953 CFR publication: "The Royal Institute of
International Affairs and the Council on Foreign Relations were
founded in 1920 as a result of discussions between members of
the British and American delegations at the Peace Conference in
Paris in 1919. The two institutions, though completely inde-
pendent, have developed their work along parallel lines in
Britain and the United States."

With funding from J. P. Morgan, Rockefeller, and members of
the Round Table, the CFR acquired its headquarters at Harold
Pratt House, 58 East 68th Street, in New York. [3]
At Versailles, Dulles was able to fulfill his ambition of working
in espionage, by meeting T.E. Lawrence, "Lawrence of Arabia,"
and gaining entree into British intelligence circles. Lawrence
ran the British Intelligence Arab Bureau, whose head at the time
was Harry St. John Philby. Philby's son, Cambridge Apostle
Harold "Kim" Philby coordinated both British and American
intelligence agencies beginning in 1949, training officers for the
CIA and staying in contact with Allen Dulles on a daily basis.
Philby later defected to the Soviet Union when his role as a




Soviet mole functioning in both British and American
intelligence was discovered.

In 1921 Allen Dulles was posted to Berne, Switzerland by his
uncle, Secretary Lansing, where he took over the roll of chief of
intelligence in the American ligation. In Switzerland, Dulles was
met by his cousins, members of the Mallet family. Dulles' uncle,
Petit Dulles, had married the Swiss- American Julia Mallet-
Prevost. Both the Prevosts and the Mallets were uniquely
powerful families in international politics and finance, holding
hereditary seats in the "Council of 200" ruling Geneva,
Switzerland. This group, with the British royals, formed a joint
committee of spymasters working for the aristocracy that went
back to at least the 18th century. The Mallet- Prevosts were also
responsible for injecting the Scottish Rite of Masonry into the
United States. [4] '

By the mid- 1920s, Dulles was tapped to be the First
Secretary of the American Embassy in Berlin. Dulles was also a
director of the Schroder Bank, that handled Hitler's personal
funds. In June 1920, American army Captain Truman Smith was
brought in to the Berlin mission as a "military observer." In
1922, after Mussolini, in the pay of British intelligence, had
taken over Italy, Captain Smith was dispatched by the embassy
on a mission to Munich.

According to his 1964 report of the visit, "I talked at length
about National Socialism with the Munich consul, Mr. Robert
Murphy (later a very distinguished American ambassador),
General Erich Ludendorff, Crown Prince Ruprecht of Bavaria,
and Alfred Rosenberg. The latter became the political
philosopher of the Nazi party.

"On this visit I also saw much of Ernst F.S. Hanfstaengl, of the
well-known Munich art family. "Putzi" was a Harvard graduate
and later became Hitler foreign press chief. Hanfstaengl states
in his 1957 memoirs, Unheard Witness, that it was I who
brought him into contact with Hitler. This may well be so, but
the actual facts of this introduction are not firmly fixed in my

"My interview with Hitler lasted some hours. The diary I
kept in Munich indicates that I was deeply impressed by his
personality and thought it likely that he would play an important
part in German politics. I must confess, however, that I did not
see him as the future ruler of Europe." [5]

The memory of another who was present was somewhat
sharper. As related by Smith, "Fourteen-and-one-half years later
— on March 3, 1937 — he accompanied Mr. Hugh Wilson, our




newly appointed ambassador to Germany to the chancellors
palace... for his initial reception by Adolph Hitler. Smith
together with other members of the embassy staff entered a
large formal reception hall to be presented to the fuhrer-
chancellor. The embassy staff... passed down the reception line...
When Smith's turn came, he shook hands with Hitler and was
about to pass on, when he felt a hand grasp his sleeve. 'Have I
not seen you before?' Hitler asked. I was somewhat surprised
but answered immediately, "Yes, Mr. Chancellor, in Munich in
1922.' 'Oh yes,' replied Hitler, 'you introduced me to

There are other aspects of Smith's memory which seem to
have dulled over the years. The German- American Hanfstaengl,
a friend of Franklin Roosevelt, noted in his 1957 memoirs that
he had been assigned by Captain Smith to join Hitler's
movement, and to promote Hitler's rising star. As Hitler
succeeded in Germany beyond anyone's expectations, Hanf-
staengl and his highly-placed American connections served as
press agents to the world for Der Fuhrer. Hanfstaengl,
according to one credible account, was the man who provided
access to the Reichstag when conspirators set it afire — the
aftermath of the fire being that Hitler was able to claim a
Communist revolution and to seize totalitarian control of
Germany. After he fell out of favor with the Nazi regime, Hanf-
staengl worked as an American psychological warfare advisor. [6]
Although the thought is only speculative, in 1918 Hitler had
been gassed in World War One, and was removed from the front
lines to a hospital in Bavaria. A Doctor Forrester, cited as "the
father of modern hypnosis" was brought in and treated Hitler for
what was thought to be hysterical blindness. At about that time
Hitler dreamed that he would be prominent in politics and
would rise up to control Germany. Although there is probably no
way of verifying it as this late date, Hitler may have been, as
researcher John Judge puts it, "one of the earliest psycho-
patsies." [7]

John Foster Dulles, newly graduated from Princeton, was
hired by the law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell, where he would
later become the chief executive. Sullivan and Cromwell were
the premier lawyers to the Eastern Establishment, as well as
representing a host of German cartels including I.G. Farben,
central in the prosecution of Germany's war. John Foster Dulles
was one of the primary organizers of American funding for Hitler
through international elitist financier Hjalmar Schacht, who
later ran the Nazi economy. He was also the lawyer for Richard




Merton, the founder of I.G. Farben. [8]

The Dulles family had been among the key players in the
International eugenics movement, advocating, according to John
Foster Dulles, that "it is only by eliminating the lower members
(of the human race] that a higher average is maintained." [9]
John Foster Dulles' business partner, Council on Foreign
Relations and Bonesman Averill Harriman — later to be thought of
as the elder statesman of the Democratic Party — was the son of
robber baron railroad man E.H. Harriman. Averell Harriman ran
the private banking firm of Brown Brothers, Harriman, heavily
staffed with Bonesmen including Prescott Bush, the father of
Bonesman George Bush. As an example of his devotion to the
Illuminati cause, Harriman chose 322, the Skull and Bones
secret number, for the combination on his briefcase when he
had carried secret messages between London and Moscow in
World War II.

Among the major accomplishments of Harriman, guided by
Skull and Bones, was financial and diplomatic support for the
Soviets — at the time quite illegal by dint of regulation of the State
Department. Harriman had possessed large business holdings in
both Russia and Germany since the early days of the century, and
was also involved in RUSKOMBANK, the first Soviet commercial
bank, whose first vice president was Skull and Bonesman Max
May of Guaranty Trust. Harriman and other Bonesman also
owned a large percentage of the Union Bank, which was key in
supporting Hitler in the early days. Out of the eight directors of
Union Bank, six were Nazis or members of Skull and Bones.
Harriman would later be in the thick of organizing CIA mind
control programs, creating the Psychological Strategy Board
(PSB)in 1951. [10]

The Harrimans, again, were represented by Sullivan and
Cromwell, and were the single most prominent Eastern
Establishment promoters of eugenics, a study later to be
furthered through the horrific programs of Hitler's psychiatric
and medical establishments. Harriman's mother had bankrolled
International Eugenics Congresses and the Eugenics Records
Office in New York, that had called for the sterilization of 15
million Americans by 1980, in order to create the "perfect
man." Averill Harriman himself had contributed large sums to
eugenics causes. [11]

The director of the Psychological Strategy Board was Gordon
Gray, a Naval Intelligence officer, who later became a close ally
of Bonesman George Bush. Another close Harriman associate
was Bonesman Eugene Stetson, who had been assistant manager




for George Bush's father, Prescott Bush, at Brown Brothers,
Harriman in New York. Stetson organized the H. Smith
Richardson Foundation, an organization involved in CIA
MKULTRA mind control funding, particularly in financing the
testing of psychotropic drugs at Bridgewater Hospital in
Massachusetts, alleged to have been the center of some of the
most horrific MKULTRA experimentation.

The H. Smith Richardson Foundation later was involved in
the Iran-Contra affair, where it functioned as a "private donors
steering committee" in tandem with the National Security
Council. In later years the Foundation ran the Center for
Creative Leadership training "leaders of the CIA." [12]
As the careers of Allen and John Foster Dulles and their
friends had been in many ways integrated with Nazi interests, so
it was with the formation of the CIA. After the defeat of
Stalingrad in January 1943 the German general staff were
unified in their belief that the war was lost. Deputy Fuhrer and
head of the Nazi Party Martin Borrmann and Hermann Schmitz,
chief executive of I.G. Farben, developed a plan whereby large
numbers of Nazis would flee Europe and hunker down in
hideouts around the world, waiting for that bright day when they
might take another shot at world power. The first step in this
plan was the transferal of large amounts of Nazi loot to safe
positions, this including three tons of gold, large quantities of
other precious metals and stones, and perhaps a billion dollars
in currency.

Hitler's "favorite commando," Otto Skorzeny, was put in
charge of moving Nazi assets and in the creation of "rat lines,"
escape routes to Nazi colonies around the globe. An estimated
5,000 members of Hitler's SS and Gestapo were exfiltrated
through Catholic monasteries, in a plan concocted by Papal
Chamberlain and Knight of Malta Luigi Parelli. Assisting in the
project was the U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps (employ-
ing Henry Kissinger) and the Office of Naval Intelligence. [13]
General Reinhard Gehlen, in charge of the Third Reich's
military intelligence in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union,
and utilizing fascist organizations in Eastern Europe, had an
even bolder plan for continuing his influence after the end of
World War II. Using his top aides, the most important of his
intelligence files were stripped, with the rest burned. Fifty-two
crates of files were buried in the Bavarian Redoubt, in a
mountainous region called Misery Meadow.

Within two weeks of the war's end, Gehlen walked into an
Army command center in Bavaria, and announced "I am head of




the Section Foreign Annies East in German Army headquarters.
I have information to give of the highest importance to your
government." Gehlen was ignored and sent to the prison camp
at Salzburg, but within a month someone had taken notice and
he was brought to Augsburg for interrogation. Soon after that,
Gehlen's associate Hermann Baun was forming up what would be
called the "Gehlen Org," and Gehlen himself was flying to the
U.S., dressed in an American military uniform to escape
detection, to confer with top American military officials.
On August 24, 1945 Gehlen stepped out of a U.S. Army
transport plane at Washington National Airport, and was driven
to Fort Hunt, located outside of Washington, D.C. At Fort Hunt
an agreement was worked out between Gehlen, Allen Dulles, and
others, whereby Gehlen's intelligence organization would be
grafted almost intact onto the OSS, giving birth to the CIA.
Gehlen's Org, it is said, was initially funded by Dulles to the
tune of $200 million and, minimally supervised and working out
of a fortified stronghold in Bavaria, grew to control the entirety
of the West German intelligence service. Gehlen's intelligence
agency also dominated NATO, providing an estimated 70
percent of the intelligence provided to that organization on the
Soviet Union and Europe. Thus, American intelligence was
infiltrated by the Nazis, who found their association with men
like the Dulles brothers, Harriman, and George Bush to be
friendly and of a strangely familiar nature. [14]
Key to the CIA's MKULTRA and other mind alteration
programs — both scientifically and philosophically — was the Nazi
connection. From the 1930s until the end of World War II, Nazi
psychiatrists in Germany had been horrifically implementing the
Darwinian "eugenics" philosophy that they had inherited from
the West, from men like the Englishman Francis Galton, a
cousin of Charles Darwin. The basics of this philosophy dealt
with the improvement of hereditary qualities of a race. This can
be accomplished, per the eugenicists, in a number of ways,
including selective mating and the sterilization of mental
defectives and members of "inferior" races.

During this period it is reported that at least 300,000 mental
patients were exterminated in Germany. After the war the
psychiatrists involved in these extermination programs were not
punished. In fact, some of the most prominent workers in
psychiatry, chemical warfare, and mind control-related areas
were imported to the U.S. to work in the scientific
establishment and the military under Project Paperclip, through
which as many as 5,000 German scientists were sneaked into




the country, with others immigrating later.

Among the Nazis imported to the U.S. were Karl Tauboeck,
who had been the chief plant chemist at I.G. Farben's
Ludwigshaven factory, and who was the Nazi's expert on
sterilization drugs and had done work that paralleled the OSS
and CIA in attempts to formulate a "truth drug"; Friedrich
Hoffman, who discovered a paralysis drug based on conch shell
venom; and scientists Theodore Wagner-Jauregg, Karl Rarh, and
Hans Turit, who were specialists in poison gases like Tabun and
Sarin (the latter allegedly the gas of choice of Japan's AUM cult).
Another Nazi imported to the U.S. was Dr. Huburtus Strughold,
who had overseen murder and torture of inmates at the Dachau
concentration camp. Strughold was employed by NASA and later
lauded by that organization as the "father of space medicine."
Another Nazi employed by the U.S. after the end of the war
was former SS Brigadier General Walter Schieber, described by
one army officer as "the prototype of an ardent and convinced
Nazi who used the Party to further his own ambitions." Schieber
worked for over ten years at the Chemical Division in West
Germany on chemical warfare and the production of nerve gas.
Many Nazis scientists, some of whom like Schieber could not be
brought to the U.S. because of their notoriety, were employed in
chemical warfare research in West Germany. [15]
Combing the 7,104 entries in the 1957 edition of the
Biographical Directory of the Fellows and Members of the
American Psychiatric Association, 1,125 came from Germany
and Eastern European countries. [16]

It is instructive to note that CIA mind control scientists, like
the Nazis, used certain target groups for experimentation,
including ethnic minorities, foreigners, mental patients,
prisoners, sex deviants, addicts, and the terminally ill.
Another connection of the Nazis, the British, and chemical
mind control deserves to be mentioned in passing. Although the
mere thought that a mass chemical drugging of the population
could ever take place is ridiculed in the popular media, that was
not the position of Charles Eliot Perkins, one of America's top
industrial chemists. Perkins was dispatched by the U.S.
government to assist in taking over the German industrial giant
I.G. Farben after World War II. In a letter that Perkins wrote to
the Lee Foundation for Nutritional Research in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin on October 2, 1954, he stated,

"I have your letter of September 29 asking for further
documentation regarding a statement made in ray book The
Truth About Water Fluoridation to the effect that the idea of




water fluoridation was brought to England from Russia by the
Russian Communist, Kreminoff.

"In the 1930's Hitler and the German Nazis envisioned a
World to be dominated and controlled by the Nazi philosophy of
pan-Germanism... The German chemists worked out a very
ingenious and far-reaching plan of mass control which was
submitted to and adopted by the German General Staff. This
plan was to control the population in any given area through
mass medication of drinking water supplies. By this method
they could control the population of whole areas, reduce
population by water medication that would produce sterility in
the women, and so on. In this scheme of mass control, sodium
fluoride occupied a prominent place.

"We are told by the fanatical ideologists who are advocating
the fluoridation of water supplies in this country that their
purpose is to reduce tooth decay in children, and it is the
plausibility of this excuse, plus the gullibility of the public and
the cupidity of the public officials that is responsible for the
present spread of artificial water fluoridation in this country.
"However — and I want to make this very definite and very
positive — the real reason behind water fluoridation is not to
benefit children's teeth. If this were the real reason there are
many ways in which it could be done that are much easier,
cheaper and far more effective. The real purpose behind water
fluoridation is to reduce the resistance of the masses to
domination and control and loss of liberty...

"In the rear occiput of the left lobe of the brain there is a
small area of brain tissue that is responsible for the individual's
power to resist domination. Repeated doses of infinitesimal
amounts of fluorine will in time gradually reduce the individual's
power to resist domination by slowly poisoning and narcotizing
this area of brain tissue and make him submissive to the will of
those who wish to govern him...

"I was told of this entire scheme by a German chemist who
was an official of the great Farben chemical industries and was
also prominent in the Nazi movement at the time. I say this will
all earnestness and sincerity of a scientist who has spent nearly
20 years' research into the chemistry, biochemistry, physiology
and pathology of fluorine — any person who drinks artificially
fluorinated water for a period of one year or more will never
again be the same person, mentally or physically." [17]


1. Mosley, Leonard, Dulles: A Biography of Eleanor, Allen, and John




Foster Dulles and their Family Network. (New York: The Dial Press/James
Wade, 1978)

2. Hansen, Harry, "The Forgotten Men of Versailles," The Aspirin Age,
1919-1941. Ed. Isabel Leighton. (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1949); Smoot,
Dan, The Invisible Government. (Dallas, Texas: The Dan Smoot Report, 1962):
Mullins, Eustace, The Curse of Canaan. (Staunton, Virginia. Revelation Books,

3. Hansen; Smoot; Wilgus, Neal, The illuminoids. (Sun Publishing
Company, Santa Fe, 1978)

4. Chaitkin, Anton, Treason in America. (New York: New Benjamin
Franklin House, 1984.); Mullins; Pincher, Chapman, Too Secret, Too Long.
(New York: St. Martin's Press, 1984)

5. Smith, Truman, Berlin Alert, The Memoirs and Reports of Truman
Smith. (Stanford, California: Hoover Institution Press, 1984); Perloff, James,
Shadows of Power. (Appleton, Wisconsin: Western Island, 1990)

6. Smith; Sutton, Antony C, Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler. (Seal
Beach, California: 76 Press, 1976)

7. Judge, John, "The Secret Government," Dharma Combat magazine,
number 10

8. Rauh and Turner, "Anatomy of a Public Interest Case Against the
CIA," Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy, Fall 1990; Chaitkin, Anton,
"British Psychiatry: From Eugenics to Assassination," EIR, October 7, 1994;
Chaitkin, Treason in America; Sutton, Antony C, Wall Street and the Rise of
Hitler, ('76 Press, Seal Beach, California, 1976)

9. Chaitkin, Treason in America

10. Isaacson and Thomas, The Wise Men. (Simon and Schuster, New
York, 1986); Chaitkin. Treason in America

11. Isaacson and Thomas; Chaitkin, Treason in America

12. Skull &Bones: The Very Heart of the Shadow Government, obtained
from the internet at alt. conspiracy

13. Judge, John, "Nazis in the White House, The Reagan Administration
& the Fascist International," Overthrow, Fall 1985

14. Scott, Peter Dale, "How Allen Dulles and the SS Preserved Each
Other," CovertAction Information Bulletin, undated reprint; Oglesby, Carl, "The
Secret Treaty of Fort Hunt," CovertAction Information Bulletin, Fall, 1990;
Oglesby, Carl, The Yankee and Cowboy War. (New York, Berkley, 1977)

15. Cannon, Martin. "Mind Control and the American Government",
Lobster magazine, issue 23; Lee and Shlain, Acid Dreams. (New York: Grove
Press, 1985); Hougan, Jim, Secret Agenda. (New York: Random House, 1984)

16. Prouty, Fletcher, Free Thinking, newsletter of the Freedom of
Thought Foundation, volume 1, number 4, March 1995

17. Perkins, Charles Eliot, letter reprinted in The American Mercury,
undated issue, reprinted in Contact, January 31, 1995




Chapter 9:




In the late 1940s mind control experimentation was initiated in
narcohypnotic techniques, as well as in the administering of
drugs with contradictory effects to induce a "twilight zone"
state. Among the drugs that were most commonly used in this
kind of research were Desoxyn and Pentothal, Seconal and
Dexedrine. CIA experimenters fixed intravenous hookups in
both of the subject's arms, monitoring the effects of the drugs
and regulating their flow. The idea, according to laborers in the
CIA's mind fields, was to create a sudden cathartic expulsion of
the feelings and thoughts, and the communication of any
information that the subject might be hiding. [1]
In 1947 the Navy instituted Project CHATTER, run by Dr.
Samuel Thompson, a Navy commander and psychiatrist, with G.
Richard Wendt, chairman of the Psychology Department at the
University of Rochester being the functional head of the
program. CHATTER is reported to have been a relatively
unsuccessful truth drug project that ended in 1953. At about
the same time the Army was involved in THIRD CHANCE and

The mindset of the CIA at its inception is reflected in a top
secret report submitted to President Eisenhower in 1954. The
report called for, "aggressive covert psychological, political, and
paramilitary organization more effective, more unique, and if
necessary, more ruthless than that employed by the enemy...
We... must learn to subvert, sabotage, and destroy our enemies by
more clever, more sophisticated, and more effective methods
than those used against us..." [3]

According to John Marks, "In 1949 the Office of Scientific
Intelligence (OSI) undertook the analysis of foreign work on
certain unconventional warfare techniques, including behavioral
drugs, with an initial objective of developing a capability to resist
or offset the effect of such drugs. Preliminary phases included
the review of drug-related work at institutions such as Mount




Sinai Hospital, Boston Psychopathic Hospital, University of
Illinois, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, Valley
Forge General Hospital, Detroit Psychopathic clinic, Mayo Clinic,
and the National Institute of Health."

"This first project," Marks states, "code-named Project
BLUEBIRD, was assigned the function of discovering means of
conditioning personnel to prevent unauthorized extraction of
information from them by known means. It was further assigned
to investigate the possibility of control of an individual by
application of special interrogation techniques, memory
enhancement, and establishing defensive means for preventing
interrogation of agency personnel."

The black-budget BLUEBIRD, run by Morse Allen, was
intended to create an "exploitable alteration of personality" in
agents, POWs, refugees, and defectors, and CIA employees of the
program were dispatched around the world to procure rare
botanicals, herbs, and drugs that might be of use. The primary
agency involved with BLUEBIRD was the Joint Intelligence
Committee, the same group responsible for the Project
Paperclip importation of Nazis into the U.S.

At least a thousand soldiers were fed up to 20 doses of LSD
under the auspices of BLUEBIRD. Other documented BLUEBIRD
projects involved the dispatching of a team to Tokyo in July,
1950 for the interrogation of suspected double agents, and the
use of "advanced" techniques on North Korean prisoners of war
in October, 1950.

In August, 1951 BLUEBIRD was renamed ARTICHOKE and
transferred from the Office of Scientific Intelligence (OSI) to the
Office of Security (OS). Additional LSD experiments were done
by the CIA under the auspices of ARTICHOKE, using Agency
volunteers and, verified by CIA memoranda, unwitting subjects.
One ARTICHOKE experiment is documented in a CIA
memorandum to the director dated July 14, 1952. The memo
deals with the use of narco-hypnotic induction, sodium
pentothal, and the stimulant desoxyn. The interrogation was
conducted on Russian agents believed to be double agents.
According to the memo, "a psychiatric medical cover was
used to bring the ARTICHOKE techniques into action. In the
first case, light dosages of drugs coupled with hypnosis were
used to induce a complete hypnotic trance. This trance was
held for approximately one hour and forty minutes of
interrogation with a subsequent total amnesia produced by
posthypnotic suggestion. In the second case (an individual of
much higher intelligence than the first), a deep hypnotic trance




was reached alter light medication. This was followed by an
interrogation lasting for well over an hour. However, a partial
amnesia only was obtained at this time, although a total amnesia
was obtained for a major part of the test. Since further
interrogation was desired, a second test was made on this
individual in which the ARTICHOKE technique of using a
straight medication was employed. On this test, highly
successful results were obtained in that a full interrogation
lasting two hours and fifteen minutes was produced, part of
which included a remarkable regression. During this regression,
the subject actually 'relived' certain past activities of his life,
some dating back fifteen years while, in addition, the subject
totally accepted Mr. [deleted, the case officer] as an old, trusted,
and beloved personal friend whom the subject had known in
years past in Georgia, USSR. Total amnesia was apparently
achieved for the entire second test on this case."
The memo concluded, "For a matter of record, the case
officers involved in both cases expressed themselves to the
effect that the ARTICHOKE operations were entirely successful
and team members felt that the tests demonstrated conclusively
the effectiveness of the combined chemical-hypnotic technique
in such cases. In both cases, the subjects talked clearly and at
great length and furnished information which the case officers
considered extremely valuable."

More insight into ARTICHOKE is provided by a conference
summary, addressed to the Chief of Security, CIA, dated July 15,

"Mr. [deleted] then discussed the situation of a former
Agency official who had become a chronic alcoholic and who, at
the present time, was undergoing operative treatment in
[deleted] for a possible brain tumor. This individual had called
the Agency prior to the operation and warned that when given
certain types of anesthetics (sodium pentothal), previously he
had been known to talk coherently. The matter was taken care
of by placing a representative in the operating room and by
bringing the various personnel participating in the operation
under the Secrecy Agreement. Mr. [deleted] stated that the
subject did talk extensively under the influence of sodium
pentothal and revealed internal problems of the Agency. Dr.
[deleted] added that he was acquainted with the details in the

"[Deleted] then commented that this type of thing had been a
source of great concern to himself and others in the operations
work and stated that he hoped that the ARTICHOKE efforts to




produce some method that would perhaps guarantee amnesia on
the part of those knowing of Agency operations in vital spots
would be successful. He stated that some individuals in the
Agency had to know tremendous amounts of information and if
any way could be found to produce amnesias for this type of
information — for instance, after the individual had left the
Agency — it would be a remarkable thing. Mr. [deleted] stated the
need for amnesias was particularly great in operations work. Mr.
[deleted] explained that work was continually being done in an
effort to produce controlled amnesia by various means."
A CIA ARTICHOKE document, dated July 30, 1956,
mentioned the use of the alkaloid bulbocapnine to induce
catatonia or stupor. The document stated, "We desire to have
certain psycho-chemical properties tested on man, using the
bulbocapnine which we were fortunate to obtain from [deleted],
a sample being enclosed herewith. More bulbocapnine is
available if needed."

A request was included that subjects be tested for "loss of
speech, loss of sensitivity to pain, loss of memory, and loss of
will power." [4]


1. Lee and Shlain, Acid Dreams. (New York: Grove Press, 1985)

2. Marks, John, The Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA
and Mind Control. (New York: Times Books, 1979)

3. Bowart, Walter, Operation Mind Control. (New York: Dell Paperback,
1977); Halperin, Berman, Bororsage, and Marwick, The Lawless State, The
Crimes of the U.S. Intelligence Agencies. (New York: Penguin Books, 1976);
Hougan, Jim, Secret Agenda. (New York: Random House, 1984); Marks

4. Quoted in Bowart




Chapter 10:




Members of the American intelligence agencies were not the
first group to be interested in the use of psychedelic drugs for
behavior modification. Early on, the main proponents of the use
of psychoactive drugs in Western culture were the social
planners and elite. Just before the new century, in 1898,
medical man, literateur, and Fabian Socialist Havelock Ellis
began experimentation with peyote.

Today Ellis is primarily known for his seven volume
Psychology of Sex, but in the early part of this century he was a
prime mover in literary and intellectual circles — particularly
communist and anarchist groups. Ellis described his exper-
iences with peyote in "Mezcal: A New Artificial Paradise,"
published in the January, 1898 issue of the Contemporary
Review. [1]

Interest in peyote and the synthesized version of the alkaloid,
mescaline, remained scant, outside of the occasional parlor
peyote ritual conducted in a not-dissimilar way from the
spiritualist fad of the same era, or the odd psychiatric
monograph talking about how the drug seemed to reproduce

But a far more potent brain-changer would soon appear on
the scene. LSD was first synthesized in 1938 at Sandoz
laboratories, in Basel, Switzerland, although the effects of the
drug are said not to have been discovered by Dr. Albert Hofmann
until 1943. Basle was the home of three huge chemical
companies, Hoffman-LaRoche, Ciba-Geigy, and Sandoz, the latter
owned by German chemical monolith I.G. Farben, the mainstay
of the Third Reich's war. Although the connection is not often
made, and is denied by Dr. Hofmann, I.G. Farben maintained a
division researching psychoactive agents, and it is possible that
Hofmann was employed in this capacity. It is also a world-class
coincidence that S.S. and Gestapo doctors were doing mescaline
experiments on prisoners at Dachau at the same time, less than




200 miles away.

Allen Dulles, who directed the CIA during the MKULTRA
project, was station chief at Berne, Switzerland during the
period of the LSD research, and had been an executive at I.G.
Farben. His assistant was James Warburg, who later worked
with acid-popularizer Aldous Huxley. [2]

Captain Al Hubbard, the spy who was termed "the Johnny
Appleseed of LSD," told the story of the beginnings of LSD in a
different form than the usual chronologies. He said that
Hofmann had discovered LSD many years earlier, and that he
had been a member of a secret group connected with Rudolf
Steiner's mystical Anthroposophy group that had set out to
manufacture a "peace pill" in the early 1930s. [3]
Early experiments with LSD were conducted by Werner Stoll,
a psychiatrist affiliated with the University of Zurich. There
were rumors that one of Stall's female patients was given the
drug without her knowledge, and had committed suicide, a
foreshadowing of later CIA atrocities.

Although perhaps a marginally less potent drug than the
television broadcasting that was launched at nearly the same
time, the LSD infusion of America was to have a tremendous
effect on the future of the country. When LSD arrived in
America in 1949, psychiatry was booming, having experienced
an approximate 12-fold increase since 1940. The character of
psychiatry was, in many ways, an extension of wartime
psychiatry, not surprising considering the fact that American
"mental health" organizations were predominantly puppeteered
from Tavistock. As per the "societry" engineered by that
organization, after Brigadier General William Menninger was
elected the head of American psychiatry an ambitious strategy
was hammered out, namely the application of psychiatry to the
man in the street. [4]


1. Stevens, Jay, Storming Heaven. (New York: Harper & Row, 1987)

2. Editors of the Executive Intelligence Review, Dope, Inc. (Washington,
D.C.): EIR, 1992; Lee and Shlain, Acid Dreams. (Grove Press, New York, 1985);
Lyttle, Thomas. "Blot Art," an interview conducted by Mark Westion. Paranoia
magazine, winter 1995/1996; Stevens; Marks, John, The Search for the
Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control. (New York: Times Books,

3. Shlain, Martin. "The CIA, LSD and the Occult," an interview. High
Frontiers, reprinted in The Project, Winter 1988/89, volume VI, number 1

4. Stevens




Chapter 1 1 :




In September, 1950 Edward Hunter, a CIA employee working as
a journalist, published information that the Chinese were using
brainwashing techniques on American prisoners of war in Korea,
forcing them to confess to crimes such as the use of germ
warfare. In fact, the Americans were using germ warfare, but
this provided the CIA with air cover: with their own mind
control research they were simply attempting to catch up to
advances by the Communists. This was not a true picture, as
admitted by CIA deputy director Richard Helms in 1963, when
he informed the Warren Commission that American mind
control research had always been more advanced than that of
the Communists.

CIA Director Allen Dulles was also out stumping for mind
control. Addressing the National Alumni Conference at
Princeton University on April 10, 1953, he talked about "how
sinister the battle for men's minds had become in Soviet
hands." Three days later Dulles authorized MKULTRA, a greatly
augmented series of mind control projects run by the Technical
Services Staff of the CIA.

MKULTRA was the code name for a huge mind control
project that was, according to CIA documents "an umbrella
project for funding sensitive projects," run by the CIA and
coordinated by British Intelligence, Scottish Rite Freemasons,
and very-recently-reformed Nazis. The related MKDELTA
"covered... policy and procedure for use of biochemicals in
clandestine operations." [1]

MKULTRA was birthed when Richard Helms, the head of the
CIA's Directorate of Operations (known as the "dirty tricks"
department), recommended that the agency expand its work in
both offensive and defensive brainwashing. No mere grunt in
the CIA trenches, Helms was Eastern Establishment all the way,
his grandfather the first director of the International Bank of
Settlements, and a president of the Federal Reserve. Helms




would be present at the death of MKULTRA when he ordered
the destruction of the program's files in 1966.
The program was run by Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, "the
brainstorming genius of MKULTRA", who until 1973 would
supervise the CIA's research into mind control. Gottlieb was
viewed with favor by Richard Helms, and would hang onto
Helms' coattails as he climbed to higher and higher positions in
the Agency. [2]

Dulles diverted an initial $300,000 for MKULTRA. According
to Agency documents, the program was planned to operate
outside of the normal channels without "the usual contractual
arrangements" and was to be highly "compartmented." [3]
The primary front for funding MKULTRA operations was the
Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, created in 1930 and staffed by
Rockefeller- financed psychologists and eugenicists. The
foundation was headed by Black Chamber alumnus General
Marlborough Churchill. The Macy Foundation's medical director
during 1954-55 was Frank Fremont-Smith, also a president of
General Reese's World Federation of Mental Health. [4]
The recollections of an intelligence officer detailed in a CIA
memorandum flesh out the scope of the MKULTRA project:

17 January 1975


1. The following represents the best of my unaided
recollection regarding the MKULTRA program. I was first
briefed on it in 1962. At that time it was in the process of a
significant decrease in activity and funding. As Chief, Defense,
and Espionage (C/D&E), I continued to decrease funds
significantly each year until the program was phased out in the
late 1960s.

2. MKULTRA was a group of projects most of which dealt
with drug or counter-drug research and development. The
Director Central Intelligence (DCI) and the Deputy Director of
Plans (DDP) were kept informed on the program via annual
briefings by Chief Technical Services Division (C/TSD) or his
Deputy. Most of the research and development was externally
contracted and dealt with various materials which were
purported to have characteristics appealing for their covert or
clandestine administration under operational conditions. The
objectives were behavioral control, behavior anomaly production




and counter-measures for opposition application of similar
substances. Work was performed at U.S. industrial, academic,
und governmental research facilities. Funding was often through
cut-out arrangements. Testing was usually done at such time as
laboratory work was successfully completed and was often
carried out at such facilities as the [deleted in original] and the
[deleted in original]. In all cases that I am aware of, testing was
done using volunteer inmates who were witting of the nature of
the test program but not the ultimate sponsoring organization.

3. As the Soviet drug use scare (and the amount of
significant progress in the MKULTRA program) decreased, the
program activities were curtailed significantly as budgetary
pressure and alternate priorities dictated.

4. Over my stated objections the MKULTRA files were
destroyed by order of the DCI (Mr. Helms) shortly before his
departure from office.


By Authority of 10272 [5]

A large network of doctors and facilities were employed in at
least 149 subprojects, all of them relating to mind control.
MKULTRA and MKDELTA researched the use of at least 139
different drugs, as well as radiation and electroshock, but also
delved into more arcane social applications in sociology,
anthropology, and psychiatry. What might those buzzterms have
concealed? Eugenics experiments? Genetic manipulation?
Tavistockian social engineering?

Within the first year of its operation, MKULTRA was taking it
to the streets. Drugs that had shown promise in the lab were
slipped to unwitting subjects in normal social situations; citizens
were dosed with psychotropics without their knowledge. This
portion of the project was supposedly terminated in 1963,
although there are suggestions that this was not the case.
Early CIA LSD research by the CIA was conducted by Max
Rinkel and Robert Hyde — reportedly the first American to take
LSD — at Boston Psychopathic Hospital, Carl Pfieffer at the
University of Illinois, Harold Hodge at the University of
Rochester, Harold Abramson at Mt. Sinai Hospital and Columbia
University in New York, Harris Isbell at the Addiction Research
Center in Lexington, Kentucky, and Louis Jolyon West at the
University of Oklahoma.

Other early experimentation in LSD research was done by Dr.
Joel Elkes, who had concocted nerve gasses in Britain during




World War II. He performed experiments with LSD in England
in 1949, later moving his base of operations to St. Elizabeth's
Hospital in Washington, D.C. [6]

Dr. Harold Abramson, who had studied in Berlin prior to
World War II, and was later employed in the Technical Division
of the U.S. Army Chemical Warfare Service, received $85,000 for
an LSD study. His proposal indicated that he "hoped" to give
hospital patients "who are essentially normal from a psychiatric
point of view... unwitting doses of the drug for psychotherapeutic

Abramson was directed to produce "operationally pertinent
materials along the following lines:

"a. Disturbance of Memory; b. Discrediting Aberrent Behavior;
c. Alteration of Sex patterns; d. Eliciting of Information; e.
Suggestibility; f. Creation of Dependence."

Abramson performed his research at Columbia University and
Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York, the latter the
location of both of the Dulles brothers' estates and ground zero
for eugenics research in America since the turn of the century.
Abramson was responsible for giving LSD to Frank Fremont-
Smith and British cultural anthropologist Gregory Bateson and
his wife Margaret Mead, both of whom were involved with
Tavistock and in MKULTRA projects. Bateson established an
LSD research center at the Palo Alto Veterans Administration
Hospital in California, and gave acid to Beat poet Allen Ginsburg,
among many others. [7]

As CIA research into LSD continued, the intoxication was
contagious. Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, the director of MKULTRA, and
his staff were regularly partying with LSD, and spiking each
other's drinks for a lark. At one bash in November 1953,
Gottlieb slipped LSD into Dr. Frank Olson's Cointreau without
his knowledge. Olson became deeply depressed and was taken
to see Dr. Harold Abramson. After the first visit, Abramson came
to see Olson at his hotel room carrying a bottle of bourbon and a
bottle of Nembutal. As John Marks comments, "an unusual
combination for a doctor to give someone with symptoms like

Olson was scheduled to be taken to Chestnut Lodge, a
Rockville, Maryland sanitarium where many of the psychiatrists
had top secret CIA clearances. The night before he was to enter
the sanitarium, he leaped — so it is reported — to his death
through the closed window of the Statler Hilton in New York. [8]
The CIA immediately went into cover-up mode on the Olson
death. Although his widow was given a government pension, the




truth about the cause of the scientist's death would not be
admitted for two decades. Alice, Frank Olson's wife, went on
national television and read the following statement from the
family at that time:

"We feel our family has been violated by the CIA in two ways.
First, Frank Olson was experimented upon illegally and
negligently. Second, the true nature of his death was concealed
for twenty-two years... In telling our story, we are concerned
that neither the personal pain this family has experienced nor
the moral and political outrage we feel be slighted. Only in this
way can Frank Olson's death become part of American memory
and serve the purpose of political and ethical reform so urgently
needed in our society."

For their complicity in Olson's death, Gottlieb and his team
received a verbal reprimand that was not recorded in their
personnel files.

The Olson story was not over. Forensic scientists
investigating the case exhumed the man's body in 1994. They
reported that they found skull fractures that suggested
homicide, rather than an accident. One can only speculate about
what really happened to Frank Olson. Was he threatening to
blow the whistle on MKULTRA the night of his death? [9]
Freemason Dr. Paul Hoch was another person involved in
investigating LSD for the CIA. Hoch was a member of the
American Eugenics Society, and co-director, with former-Nazi
eugenicist Franz Kallman, of research at Columbia University's
New York State Psychiatric Institute. Hoch and Kallman worked
under the direction of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry's Field
Representative of Research on Dementia Praecox, Dr. Nolan D.C.
Lewis. Hoch was also appointed State Mental Hygiene
Commissioner by New York Governor Averell Harriman, and was
reappointed to the position by Governor Nelson Rockefeller.
Another MKULTRA mastermind was 33rd degree Freemason
Robert Hanna Felix, director of psychiatric research for the
Scottish Rite and NIMH director from 1949 to 1963. Using CIA
funds, Felix personally oversaw the experiments of Dr. Harris
Isbell, who gave black prison inmates LSD for 75 consecutive
days, tripling and quadrupling the dosage when the inmates
demonstrated drug tolerance, and where drug-induced sleep
was periodically interrupted by electroshock.

According to the Senate subcommittee testimony of former
inmate James Childs, volunteers for the Isbell project were paid
off with heroin. Childs said, "You knock on this little door, and
the guy would look out... and I would say, 'I want 15 milligrams.'




He would say, 'Where do you want it? In your arm, your skin or
your vein?' Everybody that was on the research... got the payoff
of the drug." [10]

In 1953, Los Angeles psychiatrist Dr. Nick Bercel was
contacted by the CIA and asked to determine how much LSD it
would take to send the entire population of the City of the
Angels on a trip. Bercel's results were disappointing: he found
that chlorine in the water supply neutralized the drug. The CIA,
according to internal documents, went right to work on a
version of LSD that would not be affected by chlorine. [11]
The CIA may have actually attempted the acid dosing of a
town somewhat earlier. At Pont-Saint-Esprit, France, in 1951,
the whole town suddenly went crazy.

Many persons died during the course of the unexplained
hysteria, and hallucinogenic after-effects were felt by the
townspeople for weeks. Although the incident is usually
attributed to the effects of ergot contaminated rye flour, the date
of the occurrence — near the beginning of CIA interest in LSD — is
more than interesting.

A similar, although less deadly incident took place in the U.S.
in 1989, when 600 junior and senior high school students were
preparing for a music program in Santa Monica, California. A
sudden rash of headaches, nausea, dizziness, and fainting
affected about 250 students. Given the CIA and other
intelligence agency's penchant for drug testing on civilians, it is
not impossible that this was such another such case. [12]
In the mid-1950s Operation BIG CITY in New York used a
1953 Mercury automobile with a tailpipe extended 18 inches to
emit a gas, probably LSD, into the streets. Another test in the
same series tests were undertaken with battery powered
emission equipment fitted into suitcases. The equipment was
used to spray LSD in the New York subway system. An unnamed
gas was released off of the Golden Gate Bridge about this time,
although it is said to have dissipated in the wind without causing
anyone any harm.

In 1957 CIA Inspector General Lyman issued the following
internal memo, stating that "precautions must be taken not only
to protect the operations from exposure to enemy forces, but
also to conceal these activities from the American public in
general. The knowledge that the Agency is engaging in
unethical and illicit activities would have serious repercussions
in political and diplomatic circles and would be detrimental to
the accomplishment." [13]

From the beginning of the CIA's work with LSD there were




concerns about relying on the Swiss for their supply of the drug.
While obtaining weekly supplies from Sandoz, the CIA was also
funding the Eli Lilly company in the United States to synthesize
the drug so as to ensure a steady supply. In 1954 Lilly
announced that they had succeeded. A memo to Allen Dulles
noted that with unlimited supplies, LSD could now be taken
seriously as a chemical warfare agent, and that it could be bought
in "tonnage quantities." [14]

The most infamous of MKULTRA doctors was Dr. Donald
Ewen Cameron. In 1942 the Rockefeller Foundation founded
the Allen Memorial Institute at McGill University, located at
gothic Ravenscrag, in Montreal, Canada. Dr. Cameron was
placed in charge of the psychiatric division, and began
experimentation straight out of the Rocky Horror Show, but
lacking the wit. The program was funded by the Canadian
military, the Rockefeller Foundation, the OSS, and later, the CIA.
Cameron's training was at the Royal Mental Hospital in
Glasgow, Scotland, under Sir David Henderson, a eugenicist.
Cameron went on to found the World Federation of Mental
Health's Canadian division, in association with his friend,
Tavistock's Brigadier General John Rawlings Rees, and to
become arguably the most influential psychiatrist on the planet.
He became president of just about every psychiatric organization
there was at the time; the Canadian, American, and World
Psychiatric Organizations, the Quebec Psychiatric Association,
the American Psychopathological Association, and the Society of
Biological Psychiatry. Cameron was no rogue in the field of
psychiatry, but instead one of its most influential leaders. [15]
Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty, a Pentagon liaison to the CIA at
the time of Cameron's experiments, in 1992 stated: "If you get a
hold of a directory for the American Psychiatric Association in
around 1956 or 1957, you'll be surprised to find that an
enormous percentage of the individuals listed are foreign-born.
Mostly they came out of Germany and Eastern Europe in a big
wave. They were all called 'technical specialists,' but really they
were psychiatrists. They went into jobs at universities
mostly — but many were working on these 'unconventional' mind
control programs for U.S. intelligence... These would go to
people like Dr. Cameron in Canada." [16]

In 1957 Cameron submitted a grant application to "the
Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology," also known as
the "Human Ecology Fund," a CIA front working out of the
Cornell University Medical School in New York City. Cameron's
application proposed the funding of experimentation involving:




"i. The breaking down of ongoing patterns of the patient's
behavior by means of particularly intensive electroshocks

"ii. The intensive repetition (16 hours a day for 6 or 7 days)
of the prearranged verbal signal.

"iii. During this period of intensive repetition the patient is
kept in partial sensory isolation.

"iv. Repression of the driving period is carried out by putting
the patient, after the conclusion of the period, into continuous
sleep for 7-10 days."

After receiving the requested funding of $60,000, Cameron
and his underlings employed these and a wide variety of other
mind-blasting techniques on subjects who had in many cases not
volunteered for experimentation. Those techniques, seemingly
more suited for the torture of prisoners of war than for the
rehabilitation of Canadian citizens, included the "sleep
treatment" developed by Hassan Azima at the Institute, and the
administering of Thorazine and barbiturates on a continuous
basis so that patients would sleep 20 to 22 hours a day.
Using the British Page-Russell electroconvulsive technique,
Cameron would put victims into drug induced coma for weeks,
waking them to administer a one-second electroshock, followed
by from five to nine additional jolts depending on the itchiness
of his trigger finger. Cameron increased the voltage normally
administered by practitioners of this technique, and the number
of shock sessions from one to two or three per day. Predictably,
patients given this kind of treatment were often reduced to a
vegetables. [17]

Another of Cameron's strategies was to place his victims into
sensory deprivation chambers for up to 65 days, devastating
them with LSD, then using "psychic driving," in which a
repetitive phrase taken from the emotionally charged material
they had told to a psychiatrist would be played through a pillow
with unremovable earphones. Cameron documented his
researches in psychic driving, funded by the Department of
Health and Welfare between 1961-64, in research papers titled
"Study of Factors which Promote or Retard Personality Change
in Individuals Exposed to Prolonged Repetition of Verbal
Signals," and "The Effects upon Human Behavior of the
Repetition of Verbal Signals". [18]

According to one psychiatrist, Cameron's theory was "the
ways in which people behave are determined by some sort of
nervous system arrangements in the brain. Since psychotherapy
can change behavior, the neural arrangements must be





Cameron himself "wondered whether the behavior patterns
of adults could be erased by a physiologic process that attacked
neural patterns. Could adults be made theoretically patternless?
Could they be returned to a state of neurologic and psychologic
infancy for a short period, and then could new patterns of
behavior be introduced?" Does one detect the flavor of
Tavistock here?

By 1960 Cameron had developed his techniques, which he
termed "ultra-conceptual communication," into something even
more horrific. The period of psychic driving was increased to
16 hours a day for 20 to 30 days and patients were dosed with
Sernyl to "block sensory input and produce underactivity."
Sernyl is an extremely powerful drug used as an animal
anesthetic. It produces "acute psychotic episodes and even the
danger of chronic psychosis in humans." [19]
Although standards for medical experimentation had been
clearly defined at Nuremberg almost ten years before Cameron's
funding by the CIA, specifically requiring "informed consent" by
subjects, subjects at the Allen Memorial Institute did not sign
consent forms, nor did they in most cases have any idea of what
they were getting into. This was the standard, rather than the
exception, during most MKULTRA research, in fact.
Two of Cameron's assistants were Leonard Rubenstein, "an
electrical whiz of Cockney descent who lacked medical
bonafides," who effused about the possibilities of equipment
"that will keep tabs on people without their knowing," and Dr.
Walter Freeman, who had performed 4,000 frontal lobotomies in
20 years, reportedly on persons often suffering only from
depression or paranoia. Freeman went on to become a highly
successful brain specialist working for many years in San
Francisco. [20]

In 1979 a public interest legal case was launched against the
CIA for their activities during the MKULTRA period, with details
of the lawsuit appearing in the Hamline Journal of Public Law
and Policy. Dr. Paul Termansen appeared in court as an expert
witness, and described what had happened to Robert Logie, one
of Cameron's patients at Ravenscrag:

"Instead of a standard treatment, Mr. Logie underwent a
series of experimental, highly controversial, procedures... Mr.
Logie was not a suitable subject for any one of the experimental
procedures he was subjected to, if, indeed, anyone would be
suited for such procedures. Most certainly, no one would be
suitable to the type of experimental procedures used at Allan




Memorial Institute at that time, unless they had volunteered to
undergo those experimental procedures."

Dr. Termanson said that after being subjected to Cameron's
experiments, "existence could best be termed marginal... He
managed to function, work, and exist, but barely."
Another expert witness in the trial, Dr. Brian Doyle, provided
information on the case of Rita Zimmerman, who was
"depatterned" by Cameron with 30 electroshocks, had 56 days
of drug-induced sleep, was subjected to 14 days of negative
"psychic driving," and then was given 18 days of positive
"psychic driving." Dr. Doyle said,

"Mrs. Zimmerman was not a candidate for electroshock
therapy, much less the intensive 'depatterning' procedures that
were so disruptive as to leave her incontinent as to bladder and
bowel... The intensive electro-shocks that were used to
'depattern' Mrs. Zimmerman were clearly experimental, as was
the entire 'depatterning' procedure that was carried to an
extreme in her case. The nearly two months of drug-induced
sleep and over one month of 'psychic driving' Mrs. Zimmerman
underwent were equally extreme applications of clearly
experimental procedures... The experimental 'depatterning,'
prolonged drug induced sleep and 'psychic driving' procedures
used on Mrs. Zimmerman would inevitably cause injury to her
mental and physical health."

Doyle commented similarly on the case of Florence
Langleben, who had received electroshocks and LSD, 43 days of
drugged sleep, and 43 days of psychic driving:
"Mrs. Langleben was not a candidate for electroshock
therapy, much less the intensive 'depatterning' procedures...
The intensive electroshocks that were used to 'depattern' Mrs.
Langleben were clearly experimental, as was the entire
'depatterning procedure. The six weeks of drug-induced sleep
and six weeks of 'psychic driving' Mrs. Langleben underwent
were equally extreme applications of clearly experimental
procedures... The experimental 'depatterning,' prolonged drag
induced sleep and 'psychic driving' procedures used on Mrs.
Langleben would inevitably cause injury to her mental and
physical health." [21]

Another of Cameron's many victims was Mary Morrow, whose
background was in nursing. After completing a residency in
neurology at the University of Michigan she approached
Cameron for a fellowship at Allan Memorial. According to a legal
document filed in Washington, D.C., "Because Cameron thought
she appeared 'nervous,' he told Dr. Morrow that a medical




examination would be required before her application could be
considered. Dr. Morrow was then hospitalized at the Royal
Victoria Hospital, a facility affiliated with McGill University and
the Allan Memorial Institute. After she left the Royal Victoria
Hospital, Dr. Morrow was admitted as a paying patient at the
Allan Memorial Institute on May 6, 1960, and placed under
Cameron's care. For an eleven day period from May 19, 1960,
through May 29, 1960, Dr. Morrow was subjected to
depatterning experiments employing Page-Russell
electroconvulsive shock treatments and a variety of barbiturates,
specifically thorazine and anectine. The combination of these
drugs produced a condition of brain anoxia [insufficient oxygen
reaching the brain] in Dr. Morrow and on June 17, 1960, she
was transferred, at her family's insistence, to the medical
department of the Royal Victoria Hospital, where she was
diagnosed as suffering from acute laryngeal edema [a severe
allergic reaction to the drugs]."

Similar experimentation was taking place elsewhere. Forty-
two-year-old tennis professional Harold Blauer had been
suffering from depression after a divorce. On December 5,

1952, he checked himself into a psychiatric hospital in
Manhattan. Unbeknownst to Blauer, the hospital had contracted
with the U.S. Army for a chemical warfare test with mescaline
derivatives. Lacking any information as to whether the
derivatives had ever been tested on humans, a doctor at the
hospital injected Blauer five times with the concoction. Records
show that for a while Blauer seemed to be experiencing some
improvement, although it is questionable how mescaline might
have contributed. Whatever the case, the experimentation on
Blauer was continued until the fifth injection on January 8,

1953. That dosage was sixteen times the strength of the first
injection. Blauer began to sweat and then went into convulsions,
frothing at the mouth. The man lapsed into a coma and was
pronounced dead two hours later.

The hospital did not inform Blauer's relatives that he had
been the unwitting victim of a chemical warfare experiment,
instead saying that he had died of an "overdose of a drug."
When Blauer's family sued, the claim was settled for $18,000,
half of it provided by the government through the hospital, on
the condition that the the nature of the experimentation done
on Blauer be kept secret by the hospital from the family and the
world. [22]

Early on, the CIA had come to the conclusion that for truly
realistic results it was necessary to test LSD outside of the lab,




on persons in real-life situations. Harry Anslinger, head of the
Federal Narcotics Bureau, supervised one such operation, run by
George Hunter White, a narcotics officer who had organized a
spy training school during World War II. Using CIA funding,
White rented an apartment in Greenwich Village, and equipped
it with surveillance equipment and two-way mirrors. White,
posing alternately as a seaman and as an artist, lured
unsuspecting persons back to his apartment and gave them LSD.
The large number of adverse reactions to the acid — some
requiring the subjects to have weeks of hospitalization — caused
White to code name the drug "Stormy."

In 1955 White transferred his base of operation, and set up
two experimental LSD launching pads in San Francisco. This
was the period of Operation Midnight Climax, in which White
paid prostitutes to bring customers to one of these unsafe-
houses for unconventional action. The drinks of the unwitting
participants were laced with LSD and their actions were
observed by White, who sat behind a two-way mirror on a
portable toilet with a drink in his hand. San Francisco Narco
Bureau agents would also take advantage of Midnight Climax,
sampling both the drugs and their purveyors.

White's activities continued until 1963, when CIA Inspector
General John Earman found out about Midnight Climax during
routine Technical Services inspections. Although an extended
period of Agency soul-searching followed in the wake of
revelations about safehouse experiments, the operations
continued until at least 1966, when White retired from the
Narcotics Bureau.

White reminisced about his CIA mission, in a quote made
famous by chroniclers of the CIA and mind control: "I was a very
minor missionary, actually a heretic, but I toiled wholeheartedly
in the vineyards because it was fun, fun, fun. Where else could a
red-blooded American boy lie, kill, cheat, steal, rape, and pillage
with the sanction and blessing of the All-Highest?" [23]
One prominent victim of MKULTRA was Philip Graham, a
graduate of the Army Intelligence School at Harrisburg,
Pennsylvania, and the owner and publisher of the Washington
Post and Newsweek magazine. Graham made the mistake of
attacking the American news media in a speech to a meeting of
publishers in January, 1963. Leslie Farber, a psychiatrist from
the CIA's Chestnut Lodge, was dispatched to deal with Graham.
Graham was drugged and flown to Maryland where after 10 days
he was released, only to be returned to Chestnut Lodge in June.
Released into the custody of his wife in August, he was found




shot to death - allegedly a suicide. His will was declared void
because of insanity, and Katherine Graham, his widow, inherited
the Washington Post and Newsweek. [24]

Early in the research of mind control techniques, the
"disposal problem" was encountered, i.e. how to get rid of
persons who had been the subject of mind control programs.
One way of dealing with these persons was to put them,
according to an Agency document, "in maximum custody until
either operations have progressed to the point where their
knowledge is no longer highly sensitive, or the knowledge they
possess in general will be of no use to the enemy." Other means
of disposal were putting them into mental institutions, slipping
them a lobotomy, or in certain cases "termination with extreme
prejudice," killing them.

In two series of tests, in 1958 and in 1959-60, U.S. Army
Intelligence, in conjunction with the Army Chemical Corps and
the CIA, began a program of testing of LSD and other
psychoactive compounds at the Medical Research Laboratories at
Edgewood Arsenal. The focus of the testing was on "unwitting
test reaction" with the intention to find out how an LSD-dosed
soldier would fare during interrogation.

Groups of military personnel were given EA-1729, the Army's
code designation for LSD, then filmed while interrogators tried
to pry forth classified information from them. There were also
"Memory Impairment Tests", evaluating the ability of the
subjects to recall information that had been previously imparted,
and drills in skills including tank driving, anti-aircraft tracking,
and field maneuvers.

After the first phase of testing, a letter was sent from the
Chief of the Clinical Division at Edgewood to the Commanding
General of the Army Intelligence Center extolling the brilliant
results of the acid tests. Also recommended was that "actual
application of the material [LSD] be utilized in real situations on
an experimental basis, if possible."

U.S. Army Intelligence encouraged Edgewood to go ahead
with the field testing: "This headquarters has forwarded your
letter to the Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (ACSI),
Department of the Army, concurring in your recommendation
that actual application of the material be utilized in real
situations on an experimental basis." In correspondence
between the Director of Medical Research at Edgewood and the
Commander, Chemical Warfare Labs, it was indicated that the
plan was to use LSD outside of the U.S. or on foreign nationals.
On August 8, 1960, the Office of Assistant Chief of Staff




Intelligence Liaison Team flew to Europe to brief intelligence
agencies on the joint project. At least two programs resulted,
the first being Operation THIRD CHANCE, a 90-day European
project involving the administering of LSD to foreign nationals
and one American soldier who had allegedly stolen classified
documents. Operation DERBY HAT was a similar project
planned to take place in Hawaii, although accounts of it are
contradictory. One source says that the project was aborted,
while another states that an Army Special Purpose Team trained
in LSD interrogations questioned seven alleged Japanese
Communists, putting at least one of them into a coma.
Testing was apparently done on unknowing Americans
citizens, as well. These experiments were reportedly reserved
for small groups of individuals, although there were suggestions
of larger scale testing taking place at some point in the future.
The Chemical Corps' Major General Creasy remembered, " I
was attempting to put on, with a good cover story, to test to see
what would happen in subways, for example, when a cloud was
laid down on a city. It was denied on reasons that always
seemed a little absurd to me." [25]

Records show that Chemical Corps officers were routinely
given acid during their training at Fort McClellan, Alabama.
Other tests of LSD on army personnel were conducted at the
Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland; Dugway Proving Ground
in Utah; Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; and Fort Benning, in Georgia.
By the mid-1960s at least 1,500 army personnel are
documented as having been used in Chemical Corps LSD

Other researchers that were funded by the military included
Charles Savage at the Naval Medical Research Institute, Amedeo
Marrazzi of the University of Minnesota and Missouri Institute of
Psychiatry, James Dille of the University of Washington, Gerald
Klee of the University of Maryland Medical School, Neil Burch of
Baylor University, Henry Beecher of Harvard and Massachusetts
General Hospital, and Paul Hoch and James Cattell of the New
York State Psychiatric Institute. [26]

Soon the Army would go on to bigger, but not necessarily
better things. Hoffmann-La Roche, a pharmaceutical company in
Nutley, New Jersey, was the army's source for a new
psychoactive compound, quinuclidinyl benzilate: BZ. This is a
drug with even more profound effects than LSD, effects that last
for about three days — but that have been known to last for six
weeks. One army doctor noted of BZ that, "During the period of
acute effects the person is completely out of touch with his




environment." [27]

Dr. Van Sim, who was chief of the Clinical Research Division
at Edgewood Arsenal, routinely tested on himself all of the new
drugs that he would later give to recruits. Sim reported of BZ,
"It zonked me for three days. I kept falling down and the
people at the lab assigned someone to follow me around with a

Army testing of BZ began at Edgewood Arsenal in 1959, and
continued until 1975. Dr. Solomon Snyder of Johns Hopkins
University, who was involved in drug testing for the Chemical
Corps, stated, "The army's testing of LSD was just a sideshow
compared to its use of BZ."

An estimated 2,800 soldiers were given BZ, with some of
them suffering drug-related disabilities to this day. BZ, deployed
in the grenades, mortar shells, and missiles, was allegedly also
used in combat in Vietnam. [28]


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New York, 1977); Chaitkin, Anton. "British Psychiatry: From Eugenics to
Assassination," EIR, October 7, 1994; Cannon, Martin, "The Controllers: A New
Hypothesis of Alien Abductions", MUFON UFO Journal, Number 270, October,

2. Constantine, Alex, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A. (Portland,
Oregon: Feral House, 1995); Marks, John, The Search for the "Manchurian
Candidate": The CIA and Mind Control, (New York: Times Books, 1979);

3. Stevens, Jay, Storming Heaven, LSD and the American Dream. (New
York: Harper & Row, 1987)

4. Chaitkin

5. Quoted in Bowart

6. White, Carol, The New Dark Ages Conspiracy. (New York: Benjamin
Franklin House, 1984); Marks; Bowart

7. Chaitkin; White; Stevens; Hougan, Jim, Secret Agenda. New York:
Random House, 1984; Marks

8. Chaitkin; Marks

9. Lee and Shlain, Acid Dreams. (New York: Grove Press, 1985); Marks;
The Modesto Bee, July 26, 1994

10. Smith, Caulfield, Crook, and Gershman, The Big Brother Book of
Lists. (Los Angeles: Price/Stern/Sloan, 1984); Chaitkin

1 1 . Lee and Shlain

12. "Messing with the Mass Mind," American Journal of Psychology,
1989, otherwise undated clipping; Lee and Shlain

13. Unattributed segment in Matrix III, Val Valerian, ed., 1992

14. Stevens

15. Chaitkin; Weinstein, M.D. Harvey M., Psychiatry and the CIA:
Victims of Mind Control, (Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, 1990)

16. Prouty, Colonel L. Fletcher. Cited in Constantine, Alex, Psychic




Dictatorship in the U.S.A. (Portland, Oregon: Feral House. Portland, 1995)

17. Rauh and Turner, "Anatomy of a Publie Interest Case Against the
CIA," Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy, Fall 1990; Chaitkin;
Constantine, Alex, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A. (Portland, Oregon: Feral
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18. Chaitkin; Anonymous untitled research paper, Stockholm:
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19. Weinstein

20. Constantine

21. Rauh and Turner

22. Bresler, Fenton, Who Killed John Lennon? New York: St. Martin's
Press, 1989

23. Lee and Shlain

24. Chaitkin; Constantine, Alex, "Operation Mockingbird: The CIA and
the Media," Prevailing Winds Magazine, Number 3, 1997; Dr. John Coleman,
Conspirator's Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300. (Carson City,
Nevada: America West Publishers, 1992)

25. Lee and Shlain

26. Marks

27. Lee and Shlain; Victorian, Armen, "U.S. Army Intelligence Mind
Control Experiments", Lobster magazine, number 23

28. Lee and Shlain


Dr. Louis Jolyon "Jolly" West: Mind control




Chapter 12:




Beginning about 1950, an ambitious project was launched by
Tavistock for the massive LSD intoxication of the population of
the United States. Aldous Huxley, who spearheaded the
Tavistock LSD project, was the grandson of Thomas H. Huxley,
one of the founders of the Rhodes Round Table group. Huxley
had been tutored by H.G. Wells, that vocal proponent of the Open
Conspiracy, and was a long term collaborator with Arnold
Toynbee, a fifty-year member of the RIIA council, as well as the
head of the British intelligence Research Division. To grasp
Toynbee's politics, in 1971 he stated that a Bolshevik
dictatorship of the world was necessary before a benevolent one
world order could be instituted.

The new Tavistock project was intended to inject a euphoria-
producing chemical on a widespread basis in America. Huxley's
purposes in the dissemination of LSD in the United States may
have been betrayed in the following statement:
"Now let us consider another kind of drug — still
undiscovered, but probably just around the corner — a drug
capable of making people happy in situations where they would
normally feel miserable. Such a drug would be a blessing, but a
blessing fraught with grave political dangers. By making a
harmless chemical euphoric freely available, a dictator could
reconcile an entire population to a state of affairs to which self-
respecting human beings ought not to be reconciled..." [1]
Elsewhere, Huxley stated it more succinctly: "There will be
in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of
making people love their servitude, and producing... a kind of
painless concentration camp for entire societies." [2]
Finally, if there is any doubt about Huxley's beliefs, in Brave
New World Revisited he stated,

"The twenty-first century... will be the era of the World
Controllers... The older dictators fell because they could never
supply their subjects with enough bread, enough circuses,




enough miracles and mysteries. Under a scientific dictatorship
education will really work — with the result that most men and
women will grow up to love their servitude and will never dream
of revolution. There seems to be no good reason why a
thoroughly scientific dictatorship should ever be overthrown."

The decadent Huxley had been a member of the Children of
the Sun, a British drug and homosexuality cult whose roster of
members illustrates a number of ideologies shared by British
one-world elitists at that time and now. Among the other
members of the group were the Nazi-sympathetic Prince of
Wales, later to be Edward VIII; fascist Sir Oswald Mosely; the
Mitford sisters (one the wife of Mosley, the other a bedmate of
Hitler); George Orwell, British intelligence agent and the author
of 1984. (Orwell's 1984 is usually cited as a protest against
totalitarian socialism, but in fact Orwell himself was a socialist
who was protesting, as he said, certain excesses that had taken
place in Russia).

Other members of the Children of the Sun included Huxley's
homosexual lover, author D.H. Lawrence, and Guy Burgess, Soviet
spy and member of the Apostles communist homosexual
conclave at Cambridge (dubbed "a homosexual Freemasonry"),
that spawned a Soviet spy cabal at the highest levels of British

Another member of the Apostles was the famous Reilly, "Ace
of Spies," a bisexual who — according to Reilly biographer Robin
Bruce Lockhart — set up the Soviet spy group at Trinity College,
Cambridge through which Western intelligence was massively
compromised. Members of this group included spies Anthony
Blunt, Burgess, Maclean, and others. Reilly's view may be
gauged by a letter he wrote to Lockhart's father on the topic of

"I believe that... it is bound by a process of evolution to
conquer the world, as Christianity and the ideas of the French
Revolution have done before it... and that nothing — least of all
violent reactionary forces — can stem its ever-rising tide... the
much decried and so little understood 'Soviets' which are the
outward expression of Bolshevism as applied to practical
government, are the nearest approach I know of, to a real
democracy based upon true social justice and that they may be
destined to lead the world to the highest ideal of
statesmanship — Internationalism. " [4]

Huxley had earlier collaborated with Major John Rawlings
Rees of the Tavistock Institute, and with cultural anthropologist




Bronislaw Malinowski in a project dubbed "Mass Observation."
This was an anthropological survey of the British Isles, patterned
after similar surveys of primitive cultures. [5]
Although Huxley had personally used drugs — there are rumors
that he was initiated in the use of opium by Aleister Crowley in
Berlin in the 1920s — he was introduced to the hallucinogen
mescaline in 1952 by family friend and CIA-funded Dr.
Humphrey Osmond. Huxley came to the U.S. accompanied by
Osmond, who was immediately ushered into Dulles' MKULTRA.
Huxley, Osmond, and the University of Chicago's Robert
Hutchins immediately began planning for a mescaline project to
be funded by the Ford Foundation, although this project was
later called off due to objections from the head of the foundation.

In 1953, one month after the creation of MKULTRA, Huxley
was given LSD by Osmond. Huxley was overwhelmed by "the
most extraordinary and significant experience this side of the
Beatific Vision." Although Huxley was perhaps a sincere
advocate of the mysticism-inducing properties of LSD, the
sociopolitical implications of the drug did not escape him.
Huxley prepared the American population for LSD with
articles like "The Doors of Perception," and sponsored a project
at Stanford University where students were dosed with
hallucinogenic s. Two of" Huxley's early acid collaborators were
Alan Watts, who popularized his own brand of Zen satori based
on a quart of gin a day, and Gregory Bateson, who had been an
anthropologist with the OSS, and who started an LSD clinic at
the Palo Alto Veterans Administration Hospital in California.
Huxley was also in contact with MKULTRA heavyweight Dr.

Jolyon West. [7]

Huxley was to be the first director of the United Nations
Economic, Social, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), whose
constitution was written by Bonesman Archibald McLeash.
UNESCO has been a major phalanx in the New World Order
program, advocating the "appropriate technology" of windmills
and solar power rather than industry for the Third World, and
mass sterilization drives implemented in those same countries.
Huxley collaborator Keith Ditman provided author Ken Kesey
with an unlimited supply of LSD, and it was from this small
group that arose Kesey's guerrilla theatrical Merry Pranksters
and the Grateful Dead, a rock band that still commands a large
cultic following after the demise of its leader. According to a
1968 FBI memorandum, Jerry Garcia, the leader of the Grateful
Dead, was employed "to channel youth dissent and rebellion into




more benign and non-threatening directions." [8]
A collaborator with Huxley in the acid infusion of the world
was the spy, Captain Alfred M. Hubbard, who had given up
American citizenship for Canadian prior to World War II.
Characterized as a "mystery man" by those who knew him, and
as a veritable "Johnny Appleseed of LSD" in most studies, his
verified background is informative.

Hubbard was "a high-level OSS officer" who acted as a money
conduit to a large number of European spy operations, and who
directed the large scale smuggling of weapons to Great Britain
prior to Pearl Harbor. He also worked for the Treasury
Department, the Federal Narcotics bureau, and the Food and the
Drug Administration. Hubbard is said to have worked with the
Mafia — actually, sometimes the differentiation between these
organizations is tenuous — being "able to ingratiate himself with
both sides during Prohibition," according to one history of the
period. At one time he became deputy chief of security for the
Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas.

Hubbard was the first large scale distributor of LSD to the
world, reportedly amassing the world's largest stockpile of the
drug outside of the CIA, and crossing and re-crossing the North
American continent like a mysterious Rosicrucian of old, giving
LSD to anyone and everyone who was willing to take it.
Osmond and Hubbard participated in a program to give
political leaders in America LSD — without severing his
connections and ongoing projects with various intelligence
agencies. Although the details of this program are secret, an
associate of Hubbard's has said that it "affected the thinking of
the political leadership of North America." Participants in the
program included a prime minister, UN representatives,
members of British parliament, and assistants to heads of state.
Hubbard, oddly enough retaining a staunchly conservative
bent throughout his proselytizing and distribution of LSD, led
raids for the FDA on LSD labs characterized by his apologists as
being run by "rebel chemists." Imagine, a rebel chemist having
the audacity to make LSD.

One associate of Hubbard's was New World Order theorist
Willis Harmon of the Stanford Research Institute. SRI had
earlier received grants from the U.S. Army to research chemical
incapacitants. When visited by a representative of the
underground press at SRI in the early 1970s, Harmon told the
man, "There's a war going on between your side and mine. And
my side is not going to lose."

In 1968 Harmon invited Hubbard to join the Stanford




Research Institute as a "special investigative agent." According
to Harmon, "Our investigations of some of the current social
movements affecting education indicate that the drug usage
prevalent among student members of the New Left is not
entirely undesigned. Some of it appears to be present as a
deliberate weapon aimed at political change. We are concerned
with assessing the significance of this as it impacts on matters of
long-range educational policy. In this connection it would be
advantageous to have you considered in the capacity of a special
investigative agent who might have access to relevant data which
is not ordinarily available." Perhaps it is my cynicism that gives
the above paragraph a decided tongue-in-cheek quality.
Hubbard took on the job for SRI, which lasted through the
70s, at $100 per day.

The most high profile of all LSD proponents was, of course,
counterculture hero Timothy Leary. Leary met Aldous Huxley at
Stanford University and became his protege. While at the
University of California from 1953-56, and employed by the U.S.
Public Health Service from 1954-58, Leary received grants for
his research from NIMH.

Leary subsequently was appointed as a lecturer at Harvard,
where he was noticed by Dr. Harry Murray, who was in charge of
the Personality Assessments department of the OSS during
World War II. Although Leary and his biographers tiptoe around
the matter, funding for his drug experiments while at Harvard
came from the CIA, substantiated by the following quote from
Walter Bowart, in the second edition of his Operation Mind

"...At first he denied that any of his psychedelic research
projects at Harvard were funded by the government. Yet when I
finally sat with him face-to-face after Operation Mind Control
had been published (1979), and naively asked him if he was
'witting' or 'unwitting' of his collaboration with the CIA, Leary
answered with: Who would you work for, the Yankees or the
Dodgers? I mean who was I supposed to work for, the KGB?'"


Leary first administered LSD to prison inmates at the
Massachusetts Correctional Institute, at Concord. Money for the
project came from the Uris Brothers Foundation in New York
City, and was doled out by Harvard to Leary. The results of
Leary's Concord experiments were published in a 1962 paper
titled, "How to Change Behavior."

The man who some have called Leary's "guru" and who Leary
himself acknowledged as being a British intelligence agent was




Michael Hollingshead, a friend of Huxley's who had worked for
the British Cultural Exchange and had acquired a gram of LSD,
enough of the chemical for 10,000 trips. Hollingshead,
dispatched by Huxley, was the man who turned Leary on to acid.
According to one account of the period, "Not knowing quite
where to turn, he latched onto Hollingshead as his guru. Leary
followed him around for days on end, treating the Englishman
with awe. He was convinced that this pot-bellied, chain
smoking prankster whose face was pink-veined from alcohol was
a messenger from the Good Lord Himself."

Hollingshead later turned on most of the English rock music
scene to acid. While in Wormswood Scrubs prison in England
for 21 months for possession of hashish, Hollingshead made the
acquaintance of George Blake, a convicted agent of the KGB.
Hollingshead guided Blake in an LSD session, and a few weeks
later the spy escaped from the prison and fled to Moscow. [10]
Leary and Richard Alpert (later, Baba Ram Dass, after that
plain Ram Dass) were fired from Harvard in 1963 — Alpert for
giving acid to an undergraduate, Leary for missing a committee
meeting — although the duo then carried on their research in
Mexico. Expelled from Mexico, they moved their base of
operations to Millbrook, New York, where Leary unveiled his
acid guru persona to the millions in the hippie movement.
Mary Pinchot Meyer, a longtime friend of Leary, ex-wife of
top CIA agent Cord Meyer, and a mistress of JFK, told Leary that,
"dissident organizations in academia are... being controlled. The
CIA creates the radical journals and student organizations and
runs them with deep cover agents." Although this was difficult
for Leary to believe, no doubt causing him to think that Meyer
was a paranoid conspiracy freak, the statement was confirmed
for him by an article in the February 1967 Ramparts magazine,
detailing CIA funding and control of the National Student
Association. [11]

A major Leary benefactor was stockbroker William Mellon
Hitchcock, heir to the Gulf Oil fortune and nephew of Pittsburgh
financier Andrew Mellon. Hitchcock turned over Millbrook, a
4,000 acre estate in Dutchess County, New York to Leary's
International Federation for Internal Freedom. Aside from their
ranking among the rich and famous, the Mellon family has many
connections to the American intelligence community, and
Mellon family foundations have frequently been used as conduits
for CIA money. Several members of the family were members of
the OSS, and Richard Helms was a frequent guest of the Mellons
while he was CIA director. [12]




According to one account of the period, "Billy Hitchcock, the
millionaire padrone, never really entered into the close
camaraderie of the Millbrook circle," but still maintained close
contact with his old friends, brokers and bankers and investors.
Sympathetic accounts of the period are generally blind to the
more arcane political underpinnings of the acid era, but in this
one the authors wonder, "Was he simply a millionaire acid buff, a
wayward son of the ruling class who dug Leary's trip? Or did he
have something else up his sleeve?"

Hitchcock, by my lights, had plenty up his sleeve. He was an
associate of Bernie Cornfeld and Seymour ("The Head") Lazare,
directors of the Swiss-based Investors Overseas Services (IOS), a
money laundry for the Mafia, Third World dictators, and the CIA.
When a financial shortage was perceived at IOS, their assets
were transferred to Robert Vesco, whose network of
corporations are alleged to have been a CIA front by William
Spector, a former CIA operative.

Hitchcock was also the single largest investor in the Meyer
Lansky-linked Resorts International, which in 1970 evolved a
private intelligence operation known as Intertel, sprung from
the same FBI Division Five and British intelligence nexus as
Permindex, the umbrella corporation that apparently ran the
John F. Kennedy hit. These connections will be explored later
in this book. [13]

Another of Hitchcock's associates was Ronald Hadley Stark,
who appeared on the psychedelic scene in 1969 with yet
another scheme to turn the entire world onto LSD. Stark was
one more "mystery man," with a number of cover stories and a
seemingly unending bankroll for travelling and maintaining an
opulent lifestyle. He boasted that he worked for the CIA, and
there is no reason to doubt him in this matter.
Stark financed a lab in Belgium that was the single largest
underground manufacturing source for LSD at that time. He was
seen at the student uprising in Paris in 1968, and was also
present at the student demonstrations and labor strikes in Milan
in 1969. In the 1970s he lived a posh lifestyle in Italy,
hobnobbing with Sicilian Mafiosi, espionage agents of various
coloration, and terrorists.

Stark was arrested by Italian police in Bologna in 1975,
carrying what was suspected to be a vial of LSD, a key to a safe
deposit box containing documents on the manufacture of acid,
and friendly letters from a foreign service officer at the
American embassy in London addressed to Stark's LSD lab in




While in prison in Pisa, Stark arranged to inform on Renato
Curcio of the Red Brigades, telling of a plot to assassinate Judge
Francesco Coco of Genoa, who was going to preside over a trial
of fifty Red Brigadesmen. In June of 1976 Judge Coco was
murdered, as Stark had foretold. Another possible victim of the
Red Brigades was Italian premier Aldo Mora. Information on
Stark's involvement with this murder would later surface, as
well as testimony linking Stark to a PLO plan to launch terrorist
attacks on government embassies.

Transferred to a jail in Bologna, Stark was the recipient of
regular visits from British and American consulates, members of
the Italian secret service, and the Libyan diplomatic corps.
Stark was also in close contact with General Vito Miceli, who at
the time was on the CIA payroll. It is interesting that the
American government never attempted to extradite Stark, who
was wanted on drug charges in the United States.
In June 1978 a Bologna magistrate, Graziano Gori, was
assigned to investigate Stark and his astounding web of
associates. A few weeks later, Gori was killed in a car wreck.
Later, Stark was charged with "armed banditry" for his
connections to terrorist activities, but he was released from
prison in April 1979 on the orders of Judge Giorgio Floridia.
The reason for Floridia's order, according to the judge, was "an
impressive series of scrupulously enumerated proofs" that Stark
was CIA.

By the late 1960s the supply of ergotamine, one of the
ingredients of LSD, had pretty well dried up. Synchronistically,
in 1964 Dow Chemical Company provided samples of the vastly
more potent STP to the US Army Chemical Corps at Edgewood
Arsenal. According to one chronicle of the period, "In early
1967, for some inexplicable reason, the formula for STP was
released to the scientific community at large... Shortly
thereafter the drug was circulating in the hippie districts of San
Francisco and New York." That "inexplicable reason" may have
been hinted at in one of the thousands of CIA MKULTRA
documents that were ordered shredded by CIA director Richard
Helms, a classified manual titled "LSD: Some Un-Psychedelic

Another drug that "inexplicably" found its way to the dealers,
suddenly appearing in quantity in hippie conclaves around the
U.S., was PCP, touted as being synthetic marijuana, but which
was in fact "Angel Dust." The army had tested PCP on soldiers
at Edgewood Arsenal in the late 1950s, and Dr. Ewen Cameron
had used the drug on his subjects in his MKULTRA torture




garden. [14]

John Starr Cooke was another 60s notable who functioned as
a guru to some influentials in the Haight Ashbury scene. Cooke
is alleged to have been a leading Scientology operative and
reportedly was close to Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard in
the early 50s. According to one account, Cooke was the first
Scientology "Clear," although another man, John McMasters,
was the person publicly touted in this role some years
later — until he too had a falling out with "the fat boy" as he called
Hubbard. Cooke's sister was married to Roger Kent, a leading
light in the California Democratic Party, whose brother Sherman
was head of the CIA's National Board of Estimates, and was CIA
director Dulles' right hand man during the 50s. Cooke is said to
have regularly hobnobbed with other CIA personnel.
From his digs in Cuernavaca, Mexico, Cooke sent forth
members of a small group who called themselves the
Psychedelic Rangers, imbued with the mission of turning on the
world to acid. Among persons who visited Cooke in Cuernavaca
were Andrija Puharich, who ran drug experiments for the
military in the 1950s and was a publicist for the Israeli spoon-
bending psychic Uri Geller; and the wealthy Seymour ("The
Head") Lazare, an associate of William Mellon Hitchcock, and
with Bernie Cornfeld, a director of the Swiss-based Investors
Overseas Service (IOS). [15]

A CIA vampire hanging around the acid scene in the 60s was
the omnipresent — in mind control programs — Louis Jolyon West,
claimed to be the overall coordinator for all government mind
control programs. West, like George Hunter White before him,
rented a San Francisco safehouse to "study the hippies." One
can only guess what kind of dirtywork he was up to.
West has been employed over the years as a hired gun to
promote whatever position the CIA wants promoted. After the
Kennedy assassination and the murder of Oswald by Jack Ruby,
he was interviewed and not surprisingly dwelt on Ruby's "lone
nut" characteristics. On the day of the Oklahoma City bombing,
West went on the Larry King show to talk about alleged bomber
Tim McVeigh, again characterizing him as one more "lone nut,"
i.e. not involved in a conspiracy. West again appears in an article
in Los Angeles magazine, after the alleged murder by O.J.
Simpson of Nicole Simpson, a case rife with inconsistencies and
unexplained associated murders that have not been mentioned,
much less explained, by the media. In the article West invokes
the highly imaginative "Othello Syndrome," where black men
kill their white spouses, due to their belief that "something




must be wrong with their Caucasian mates lor seeking love
beyond the racial pale." [16]

In the acid-induced glow of the Flower Generation there
were dissenting voices about the LSD experience, even famous
ones. Some of the members of the earlier Beat Generation — who
later became icons of the Flower Generation — had doubts about
the usefulness of psychedelics, seeing early on that the drug
could be used as for control as well as liberation. William
Burroughs — at one time active in Scientology — was given acid by
Leary in Tangiers in 1961. He wrote of his misgivings about the
drug in his book Nova Express, published in 1964:
"At the immediate risk of finding myself the most unpopular
character of all fiction — and history is fiction — I must say this:
"Bring together state of news — Inquire onward from state to
doer — Who monopolized Immortality? Who monopolized Cosmic
Consciousness? Who monopolized Love Sex and Dream? Who
monopolized Time, Life and Fortune? Who took from you what
is yours? ...Listen: Their Garden of Delights is a terminal
sewer... Their Immortality Cosmic Consciousness and Love is
second-run grade-B shit... Stay out of the Garden of Delights...
Throw back their ersatz Immortality... Flush their drug kicks
down the drain — they are poisoning and monopolizing the
hallucinogenic drugs — learn to make it without any chemical

The poet Allen Ginsberg's initial reactions to LSD,
administered to him by Dr. Charles Savage, who had worked on
hallucinogenic experiments for the U.S. Navy, were similar to
those of Burroughs. Given acid in a clinical environment in Palo
Alto, California, Ginsberg said, "I thought that I was trapped in a
giant web or network of forces beyond my control that were
perhaps experimenting with me or were perhaps from another
planet or were from some super-government or cosmic military
or science fiction Big Brother."

John Sinclair, of the White Panthers, was purged of his belief
in the acid religion through experience: "It makes perfect sense
to me. We thought at the time that as a result of our LSD-
inspired activities great things would happen. And, of course, it
didn't... They were up there moving that shit [i.e. LSD] around.
Down on the street, nobody knew what was going on."
Quite so. But even now, the identity of "they" has not been
clarified. "They" apparently, ultimately, was Tavistock.






1. Huxley, Aldous, "The Doors of Perception," Collected Essays. (New
York: Harper and Brothers, 1958)

2. Cited in Smith, Caulfield, Crook, and Gershman, The Big Brother
Book of Lists. (Los Angeles: Price/Stern, Sloan, 1984)

3. Huxley, Aldous, Brave New World Revisited. Cited in Epperson, Ralph
A., The New World Order. (Tucson, Arizona, Publius Press, 1990)

4. Executive Intelligence Review, volume 14, number 23; Lockhart, Robin
Bruce, Reilly: The First Man. (London, England: Penguin Books, 1987); Pincher,
Chapman, Too Secret, Too Long. (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1984)

5. Editors of the Executive Intelligence Review, Dope, Inc. (Washington,
D.C.: EIR, 1992)

6. Editors of the Executive Intelligence Review; Horowitz and Palmer, ed.
Moksha: Writings on Psychedelics and the Visionary Experience (1931-1963).
(New York: Stonehill Publishing Company, 1977)

7. Lee and Shlain, Acid Dreams. (New York: Grove Press, 1985); Krupey,
Greg, "The High & the Mighty," Steamshovel Press magazine, number 10

8. White, Carol, The New Dark Ages Conspiracy. (New York: New
Benjamin Franklin House, 1984); Hidell, Al, "Paranotes," Paranoia magazine,
Winter 1995/1996

9. Lee and Shlain; White; Bowart, Walter, Operation Mind Control. (New
York: Dell, 1977); Lee and Shlain; Bowart quote cited in "Honey, Did You Leave
Your Brain Back at Langley Again? A Brief History of Modern Mind Control
Technology," by Robert Guffey, Paranoia magazine, autumn 1997

10. Lee and Shlain; Krupey

11. Krupey

12. Lee and Shlain

13. Ibid; Editors of the Executive Intelligence Review

14. Ibid.

15. Ibid.

16. Guffey






Chapter 13:




The basic nature of the LSD infusion of the world was meant for,
in a term that would only be publicized later, "Changing the
Image of Man."

In May, 1974 a study was released by the Stanford Research
Institute titled Changing Images, prepared by the SRI Center for
the Study of Social Policy, Willis Harmon, Director. This 301-
page report was authored by 14 researchers, supervised by 23
controllers, that included cultural anthropologist Margaret
Mead, behaviorist B.F. Skinner, and Sir Geoffrey Vickers of the
British armaments family and British intelligence.
The basic point of the study was the same old New World
Order news: the self-image of mankind must be changed away
from industrial growth to spiritual values. According to the
study, "Many of our present images appear to have become
dangerously obsolescent, however. An image may be appropriate
for one phase in the development of a society, but once that
stage is accomplished, the use of the image as a continuing
guide to action will likely create more problems than it solves...
Science, technology and economics have made possible really
significant strides toward achieving such basic human goals as
physical safety and security, material comfort and better health.
But many of these successes have brought with them problems
of being too successful — problems that themselves seem
insoluble within the set of societal value-premises that led to
their emergence... Our highly developed system of technology
leads to higher vulnerability and breakdowns. Indeed the range
and interconnected impact of societal problems that are now
emerging pose a serious threat to our civilization... If [our]
projections of the future prove correct, we can expect the
associated problems of the trend to become more serious, more
universal and to occur more rapidly."

According to the Stanford study, "Images and fundamental
conceptions of human nature and potentialities can have




enormous power in shaping the values and actions in a society
We have attempted in this study to:

"(1) Illuminate ways our present society, its citizens, and
institutions have been shaped by the underlying myths and
images of the past and present.

"(2) Explore with respect to contemporary societal problems
the deficiencies of currently held images of mankind and to
identify needed characteristics of future images.
"(3) Identify high-leverage activities that could facilitate the
emergence of new images and new policy approaches to the
resolution of key problems in society."

I believe that dumping LSD on the populace of the planet was
seen as one of those high-leverage activities. It was a way of
turning the masses away from apolitical activism that might net
them a share of the world pie, and toward the life of ecstatic
mystic peasantry.

The Tavistock-originated and CIA-funded Rand Corporation
even sponsored studies reporting on the "changes in dogma-
tism" and political motivation of LSD users. According to one
report, authored by Rand's William McGlothlin, "If some of the
subjects are drawn from extreme right or leftwing organizations,
it may be possible to obtain additional behavioral measure in
terms of the number resigning or becoming inactive." [1]
Another group that closely tracked the Flower Generation
was the Hudson Institute, founded by Herman Kahn, who had
received funding from the Human Ecology Fund, a CIA cutout.
Kahn visited Millbrook and other centers of psychedelic activity,
although he was far from an advocate of the benefits of LSD. "He
was primarily interested in social control," stated one Hudson
Institute consultant.

It should be noted that some of the Tavistock-sponsored
creators of the LSD culture, men like Tim Leary, may have felt
that their motives were benign — LSD users tend to develop a
messiah complex in which they see acid as the solution to all the
world's problems, and try to turn everyone on to the drug — but
the strategic underpinnings of those motives lay in the New
World Order plans of the British elite. Leary and his court were
either witting or unwitting agents of Tavistock.
Although the mass media vocally decry the idea that there
could ever be a conspiracy of control functioning behind the
scenes in society, the real members of the conspiracy are often
quite straightforward in saying what is going on. Marilyn
Ferguson, a protege of Willis Harmon who derived her book The
Aquarian Conspiracy from Harmon's Changing Images, talked




about how the Tavistock restructuring of the world would take
place. She called it the SPIN principle, Segmented Polycentric
Integrated Networks. Although she suggests the idea is new, it
is obvious that it has been the approach of the New World Order
since the beginning:

"This is a source of power never before tapped in history:
multiple self-sufficient social movements linked for a whole
array of goals whose accomplishment would transform every
aspect of contemporary life.

"Because SPINs are so qualitatively different in organization
and impact from bureaucracies... most people don't see them — or
think they are conspiracies. Often networks take similar actions
without conferring with each other simply because they share so
many assumptions. It might also be said that the shared
assumptions are the collusion.

"The Aquarian Conspiracy is, in effect, a SPIN of SPINs, a
network of many networks aimed at social transformation. The
Aquarian Conspiracy is indeed loose, segmented, evolutionary,
redundant. Its center is everywhere. Although many social
movements and mutual-help groups are represented in its
alliances, its life does not hinge on any of them."
The upshot of the Tavistock approach and where its SPIN of
SPINs is heading is obvious. While a tiny percentage of the
population will continue to exist within their plush Xanadus, the
majority of the world will be reduced to subsistence standards of
living, and denied the benefits of technology and industry,
although furnished with all the drugs they desire. [2]


1. Lee and Shlain, Acid Dreams. (New York: Grove Press, 1985); Dr.
John Coleman, Conspirator's Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300.
(Carson City, Nevada: America West Publishers, 1992)

2. Lee and Shlain




Chapter 14:




The dialectic at work. Create violence through economic
pressures, the media, mind control, agent provacateurs: thesis.
Counter it with totalitarian measures, more mind control, police
crackdown, surveillance, drugging of the population: antithesis.
What ensues is Orwell's vision of 1984, a society of total control:

During the Nixon presidency, agents of the Law Enforcement
Assistance Administration, an arm of the U.S. Justice
Department, had a roundtable with Richard Nixon, Attorney
General John Mitchell, H.R. Haldemann, John Erlichman, and
other members of the White House staff, as well as Dr. Bertram
Brown, director for the National Institute of Mental Health.
Among other programs that the LEAA had evolved were the
development of a National Population Surveillance Computer
System, designed to monitor citizens of the U.S., as well as
measures to create a national police force, including Operation
Cable Splicer and Operation Garden Plot. [1]
At the meeting bonds were forged for the linkage of LEAA
funding, police state goals, and the NIMH. LEAA henceforth
provided the cash for 350 NIMH projects related to "mental
health" as it is so euphemistically called. Among projects
funded were dozens of mind control and behavior mod programs
in hospitals, prisons, and schools. These projects included a
Department of Health, Education and Welfare program to screen
all children on Medicaid for psychological problems; programs
to treat prison inmates with psychoactive drugs; shock
treatment for child molesters at the Somers Correctional
Facility in Connecticut; psychosurgery programs on inmates in
Michigan and California; the testing of a vomiting-inducing drug
in prisoners who broke rules in Iowa; and the injection of the
terror drug Anectine on prisoners in California.
The bond between the LEAA and NIMH reportedly was so
tight that eventually the scientists of NIMH were under the




direct control of LEAA. Eventually this collaboration changed
the character of the LEAA itself, so that the organization was no
longer fixated on martial law measures, but primarily involved in
mind control funding for aversion therapy, psychosurgery, and
behavior control through drugging. [2]

In November 1974 the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on
Constitutional Rights, one of whose members was Congressman
Leo Ryan who was murdered at Jonestown, began investigation
into the federal funding of behavior modification programs.
Senator Sam Erwin, who headed the subcommittee,
interrogated Donald E. Santarelli, the head of the LEAA, about
the kind of projects that were being funded, resulting in an
announcement by the organization that they would discontinue
providing cash for psychosurgery and other forms of mind
control. Not that the pledge was heeded. At least 537 mind
control programs, including operations involving psychosurgery
continued to be funded. [3]

LEAA was still in the business of mind control when Dr. Louis
Jolyon ("Jolly") West, chairman of the Department of Psychiatry
at the University of California at Los Angeles and director of the
Neuropsychiatric Institute, proposed to California Governor
Ronald Reagan the creation of a Center for the Study and
Reduction of Violence.

The original idea for violence research centers was birthed in
the mind of CIA and FBI agent William Herrmann, employed by
the Systems Development Corporation, and a counter-
insurgency advisor to Governor Reagan. Herrman had worked at
the Rand Corporation, the Hoover Center on Violence, and the
Stanford Research Institute. During the Vietnam war Herrmann
had worked in psy-ops in Vietnam and Cambodia, probably as a
member of the Operation Phoenix assassination program,
responsible for the death of thousands of Vietnamese. Herrman
has also been identified as an international arms dealer who
traded with Iran in 1980, and who may have been involved in
the October Surprise. In 1995 Herrman was serving an eight-
year prison term in England for an alleged CIA counterfeiting
operation. His M.O., in short, reads as if he is a member of the
Octopus as delineated by the murdered journalist Danny
Casolaro. [4]

In 1970, Hermann is reported to have acted as control agent
to Colston Westbrook, a Black CIA psychological warfare expert
who had been involved in Operation Phoenix — quite a
coincidence, that. Vietcong POWs are known to have been
implanted with electronic transceivers during Operation




Phoenix. West brook had formed the Black Cultural Association
at Vacaville Medical Facility, a euphemistically-named prison in
California that was the site of a Maximum Psychiatric Diagnostic
Unit (termed a maxi-maxi in prison parlance) where extensive
drug behavior modification research had been done. It is alleged
that there was a mind control assassination program at Vacaville,
where men were programmed to murder prominent Blacks,
including Oakland School Superintendent Marcus Foster, and
Black Panthers Huey Newton and Bobby Seale. [5]
Donald DeFreeze, who between 1967 and 1969 had been
employed by the L.A. Police Department's Public Disorder Unit,
was the black organizer for the Black Cultural Association at
Vacaville. Westbrook was the man who dubbed DeFreeze
"Cinque Mtume," meaning "fifth prophet," and who designed
the seven-headed cobra logo for the group that Cinque later
headed up: the Symbionese Liberation Army. [6]
Another Phoenix Program alumnus who backed the Violence
Center in a big way was Dr. Earl Brian, Secretary of Health under
Governor Reagan. Brian was involved in October Surprise, the
illegalities and murders at the Cabazon Indian reservation in
Indio, California, and the theft of the Inslaw PROMIS software,
and was identified as a member of the "Octopus" international
crime cabal by murdered journalist Danny Casolaro.
The head of the violence control center would be Louis
Jolyon West. West's background in mind control-related
research goes back to the antediluvian days of MKULTRA. A CIA
memorandum entitled "Interrogation Techniques," from
January 14, 1953, includes the following note:
"If the services of Major Louis J. West, USAF (MC), a trained
hypnotist, can be obtained, and another man well grounded in
conventional psychological interrogation and polygraph
techniques, and the services of Lt. Col. [deleted], a well-balanced
interrogation research center could be established in an
especially selected location." [7]

Aldous Huxley, writing in 1957, also mentioned West,
indicating that he had been doing research with hypnosis and
mescaline. In 1961 Huxley commented that West had been
experimenting with sense deprivation and noted his state of the
art research facilities. West is also known to have directed a
CIA-funded LSD research program in the 1960s at the
University of Oklahoma, and to have run a safehouse of
unspecified function in Haight Ashbury at the height of the
hippie scene.

West was the psychiatrist who examined Jack Ruby, the




assassin of Lee Harvey Oswald, ordering that Ruby be treated for
mental problems, quite possibly as a means to shut Ruby up in
his claims that a conspiracy was responsible for the killing of
John Kennedy. [8]

West was even involved recently in the "remote viewing"
experiments of Project Grill Flame, conducted by Stanford
Research Institute. Due to a certain amount of notoriety, one
suspects, the man is currently going by the name "L.J. West,"
and can be seen acting as a hired gun promoting the
government line on occasional television news programs.
After the announcement of the plans for the Violence Center,
West dashed out a letter to then-California Director of Health,
J.M. Stubblebine. It said:
"Dear Stub,

"I am in possession of confidential information that the Army
is prepared to turn over Nike missile bases to state and local
agencies for non-military purposes. They may look with special
favor on health-related applications.

"Such a Nike missile base is located in the Santa Monica
Mountains, within a half-hour's drive of the Neuropsychiatric
Institute. It is accessible, but relatively remote. The site is
securely fenced, and includes various buildings and
improvements, making it suitable for prompt occupancy.
"If this site were made available to the Neuropsychiatric
Institute as a research facility, perhaps initially as an adjunct to
the new Center for the Prevention of Violence, we could put it
to very good use. Comparative studies could be carried out
there, in an isolated but convenient location, of experimental or
model programs for the alteration of undesirable behavior.
"Such programs might include drug or alcohol abuse,
modification of chronic anti-social or impulsive aggressiveness,
etc. The site could also accommodate conferences or retreats
for instruction of selected groups of mental-health related
professionals and of others (e.g., law enforcement personnel,
parole officers, special educators) for whom both demonstration
and participation would be effective modes of instruction.
"My understanding is that a direct request by the Governor,
or other appropriate officers of the State, to the Secretary of
Defense (or, of course, the President) could be most likely to
produce prompt results."

Among the programs that West foresaw as taking place at the
Violence Center were genetic, neurophysiological, and
biochemical studies of violent persons, studies on so-called
"hyperkinetic" or "hyperactive" children, "hormonal aspects of




passivity and aggressiveness in boys," and surveys of "norms of
violence among various ethnic groups." Also proposed was
"implanting tiny electrodes deep within the brain" for the
monitoring and control of violent subjects. West had gotten
tentative approval for a grant of $750,000 from the LEAA for the
Violence Center, the money reportedly raised by alleged
Octopoid Dr. Earl Brian. [9]

Reagan was so enthralled by the idea for the center that he
included it in his January 11 State of the State address. Reagan
said that the center "will explore all types of violent behavior,
what causes it, how it may be detected, prevented, controlled,
and treated." [10]

So far as we know, West's Violence Center was never
activated, at least in the grandiose scale he proposed. Because
of unwanted attention from civil liberties groups and, in
particular, the Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights involved
in investigating CIA mind control abuse, LEAA changed its policy
to exclude funding "for psychosurgery, medical research,
behavior modification — including aversion therapy — and
chemotherapy." West was still seeking funding for the center in
April 1974, but with Watergate in the news, the mood among
politicians was such that they did not want to take any chances
with potentially unpopular funding proposals. [11]


1. Pabst, Dr. William R., "A National Emergency: Total Takeover",
Society for the Protection of Individual Rights and Liberties, undated article

2. Schrag, Peter, Mind Control. (New York: Pantheon Books, 1978);
Krawczyk, Glenn, "The New Inquisition: Cult Awareness or the Cult of
Intelligence?", Nexus magazine, December 1994/January 1995

3. Martin and Caul, "Mind Control", the Napa Sentinal, 1991

4. Krawczyk; Martin and Caul; Thomas and Keith, The Octopus.
(Portland, Oregon: Feral House, 1996)

5. Krawczyk; Chorover, Stephan L., From Genesis to Genocide: The
Meaning of Human Nature and the Power of Behavior Control, (Cambridge,
Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1979); Constantine, Alex, Virtual Government.
(Venice, California: Feral House, 1997)

6. Krawczyk

7. Memorandum quoted in Krawczyk, Glenn, "Mind Control,
Techniques and Tactics of the New World Order, Nexus magazine,
December / January 1993

8. Krawczyk, "The New Inquisition"

9. Ibid.

10. Schrag; Krawczyk, 'The New Inquisition"

11. Schrag; Colodny and Gettlin, Silent Coup: The Removal of a
President. (New York: St. Martin's Paperbacks, 1992)




Senator Robert F. Kennedy lying dead on the floor of the hotel kitchen. The clip-on tie
of his body-guard Thane Cesar can be seen near his right hand.


Sirhan Sirhan is taken into custody immediately after the shooting.


Chapter 15:




From the earliest days, a portion of the resources of the OSS
and, later, the CIA were turned toward the creation of what has
come to be called the Manchurian Candidate — taken from the
fictional book by Richard Condon — otherwise known as the mind
controlled assassin. As part of this research, Counter-
intelligence Director James Jesus Angleton defined three goals
in hypnosis programs run by the CIA: (1) the speedy hypnotic
induction of unwitting subjects. (2) the ability to create long-
lasting amnesia. (3) the implanting of long-lasting, useful
hypnotic suggestions. [1]

Dr. George Estabrooks, the chairman of the Department of
Psychology at Colgate University, was involved in early OSS
experiments in hypnosis. His boast was, "I can hypnotize a man
without his knowledge or consent into committing treason
against the United States."

Estabrooks informed a group of officials in Washington that
200 hypnotists with the right stuff could unleash an army of
hypnotized agents in the U.S. during wartime. He laid out, in
fact, a scenario in which the entire U.S. military could be taken
over by a handful of mind controlled fifth columnists.
Hypnotizing volunteer soldiers of reported low rank and
education, Estabrooks showed how they could be programmed
to retain complex verbal information. In confirmation of
Estabrooks' thesis, subsequent testing by J.G. Watkins on army
volunteers showed that these men could be, contrary to popular
wisdom on the topic, hypnotized to commit acts that violated
their own moral codes, not to mention military codes.
One experiment that Watkins carried out involved
hypnotizing army privates, and then telling them that an officer
who was in the same room was an enemy infiltrator. Watkins
told the hypnotized subjects that the officer would try to kill




them. Without exception, on command the soldiers violently
attacked the officer. In one case, the subject pulled out a knife
and tried to stab the officer. [2]

In February, 1954 Morse Allen, the head of Project
BLUEBIRD, continued this line of experimentation in creating a
"disposable" assassin, to be activated with mind control and
then "terminated with extreme prejudice." At about the same
time the CIA funded research by Alden Sears at the University of
Minnesota, and later at the University of Denver. Sears' focus
was the installation of multiple personalities in his experimental
subjects. [3]

Sheffield Edwards was the security officer for the CIA's
Project ARTICHOKE. During this period the CIA collaborated
with the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN), one of whose
members, Charles Sirgusa, was involved in setting up safehouses
for later MKULTRA experiments. In 1960 Edwards contacted
Siragusa for help in locating paid assassins for the murder of
certain foreign leaders — whether hypnosis would be employed
was not specifically indicated. Siragusa was not willing to take
part in the recruitment, so Edwards turned to Robert Maheu, a
top Howard Hughes aide and ex-FBI agent. Maheu contacted
Mafia members Sam Giancana and John Roselli to assist him in
obtaining hired hands for, in this case, the elimination of Fidel

The Castro assassination schemes were developed in the
Technical Services Division (TSS) of the CIA, overseen by the
head of MKULTRA, Dr. Sidney Gottlieb. In late 1961 the CIA's
assassination programs, operating under the title ZR- RIFLE,
were handed to William Harvey by Richard Helms, the man who
had come up with the idea for MKULTRA in the first place. At
the same time that TSS was involved in assassination and the
recruitment of assassination squads, it was also involved in an
expanded program of research into hypnosis. [4]
Lieutenant Commander Thomas Narut, a U.S. Navy
psychologist stationed at the U.S. Regional Medical Center in
Naples, Italy, in 1979 admitted to Navy programs to create mind
controlled assassins. Narut made this apparent gaffe at the
NATO conference for psychologists on "Dimensions of Stress
and Anxiety" in Oslo, Norway.

The topic Narut spoke on at the conference was "The Use of
a Symbolic Model and Verbal Intervention in Inducing and
Reducing Stress," but his spiel was mostly about the benefits of
doing research for the Navy. One thing he mentioned was that
there was no shortage of enlisted men who could be studied,




with psych profiles and background available on all subjects.
Afterwards, in a small group that included Peter Watson of
the London Sunday Times, Narut was more candid about what
the Navy was up to. He talked about his work with "combat
readiness units," whose participants included commandos and
undercover operatives at U.S. embassies worldwide, including
"hit men and assassins." According to Narut, these men were
desensitized by being strapped into a chair with their heads
immobilized and eyelids clamped open, while they were forced
to view violent true life splatter flicks, until finally the men were
totally callous toward scenes of horrible carnage. Among the
films shown were a brutal African circumcision, and a man
having his fingers sawed off in a sawmill. Another technique of
desensitization that was employed was propaganda aimed to
make the customs and culture of another country appear as evil
and less than human. Narut stated that successful programming
of assassins took only a few weeks.

Candidates for assassination training were taken from
submarine crews and paratroops, but included convicted
murderers from military prisons. Another source of mind
control fodder for the assassination programs was soldiers who
had been awarded for bravery. Narut said that the men selected
were programmed at the Navy neuropsychiatric lab in San Diego,
California, and also at the Naples, Italy medical installation.
Although Narut admitted that he did not have a high enough
clearance to know where all of the programmed assassins were
sent, he did know that some had been stationed in the Naples
embassy — this would have provided for easy deployment
throughout Europe. [5]

After Narut's admissions were printed in the Sunday Times,
the Pentagon issued an official denial that the Navy had ever
conducted "psychological training" or the training of assassins.
Although admitting that Narut was on Naval staff in Naples, they
reported that they had been unable to locate him in order to
obtain a response to the allegations. A short time later Narut
gave a press conference in which he stated that the information
he had offered had only been theoretical — these were the kind of
programs that the Navy might do in the future. Soon after, the
U.S. Naval headquarters in London reported that Narut's rash
statements had been made due to his "personal problems."
This was almost certainly not true. Dr. Irwin Sarason, one of the
organizers of the Oslo conference, admitted that a few years
earlier he had been solicited by the Navy to participate in a
project similar to the one Narut described. [6]




Daniel Sheehan of the Christie Institute public advocacy
group also verifies this kind of research: "We have talked to half-
a-dozen individuals who have told a startlingly similar story about
how, at a very young age, usually between twenty and twenty-five,
they were contacted, usually within the context of military
training, and told: 'Look, we've got a special deal for you. You're
going to come into the service under the normal designation of
being an infantryman but you're going to leave the service after a
while and you're going to have special training, and you're going
to be brought into a special program. They're sent to special
places where they are trained by mercenaries and then they're
told: 'You're going to be called upon from time to time to do
some things for us.'"

According to Sheehan, one young man was contacted at an
army recruiting station and then turned over to an agent of the
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. His mission was to
infiltrate a motorcycle gang and kill the leader of a rival gang,
causing both of the gangs to fight and hopefully destroy each
other. The man was also sent to a training camp in Hawaii,
where training was being done for an assassination that was to
take place in Central America. [7]

Another man, a 43-year-old German psychologist and doctor
of economic and social sciences who chooses to remain
anonymous, believes that he has been, since a child, the subject
of mind control procedures. These include Cameron-style
"depatterning" treatments using electroshock and psychic
driving, drug hypnosis, ELF programming, and a drug capable of
inducing near-death experiences.

One of the techniques he describes is aversive therapy using a
"torture trouser," an electrical torture device that is "sort of a
loin cloth made of leather and steel bonds by which an electrode
is fastened to the genitals of the victim. For electric supply they
use a cable or a battery so that you can freely move and if the
torturer wants to torture you he sends an electric signal to the
battery using a transmitter."

He states that, "In 1972, they tried to use me as an
undercover zombie who should infiltrate German terrorist
troops... Who were they? They said they were the Mossad and
the Shabak. I was kidnapped and brought to an interrogation
camp in a desert... I strongly believe that I was a victim of an
international secret service and psychiatry cooperation headed
by the Pentagon in the name of 'national security'...
"I clearly object to the suspicion that the organization behind
this assault on human rights comes from outer space or has




something to do with the Illuminati or another kind of
conspiracy. I don't believe that aliens have visited our planet,
but if aliens exist they are probably not so cruel as our human,
all-too-human controllers...

"It is my strong belief that the basic ideas of mind control
and human robot production stem from German KZs. I don't
know who the Werner von Braun of KZ psychiatry was who was
hired by the U.S. intelligence agencies after the war, but the
modus operandi of mind control makes me believe that initially
a potent Nazi brain was hidden behind it..." [8]
Another man apparently programmed as a mind controlled
assassin was Colonel William Bishop, who made the following
statement to researcher Gary Shaw in 1983:

"That was how, after the Korean War, I got involved with CIA.
I have been subjected to every known type of drug. The medical
doctors connected with the agency found that certain drugs
work quite well in conjunction with hypnosis — hypnotic power of
suggestion — with some subjects. It did with me. I speak with
absolute certainty and knowledge and experience that this is not
only possible, but did and is taking place today.
"I never understood why they selected me personally. There
were any number of psychological or emotional factors involved
in people's selection. Antisocial behavior patterns, paranoid or
the rudiments of paranoia, and so on. But when they are
successful with this programming — or, for lack of a better term,
indoctrination — they could take John Doe and get this man to
kill George and Jane Smith. He will be given all the pertinent
information as to their location, daily habits, etc. Then there is
a mental block put on this mission in his mind. He remembers
nothing about it.

"Perhaps a month or a year later — rarely over a year, at least
back in those days — the phone rings. A code word will be read
to him in a voice that John Doe recognizes. That will trigger the
action. John Doe will commit the assassination, return home,
and remember absolutely nothing of it. It is totally a blank

"Now, there is a problem with this, and they never found a
way that I know of to overcome it. From time to time — it
happens to me now — I will see faces, names, places, gunfire, for
which there is no rational explanation. I went back for
deprogramming. In these sessions, they explain that this does
happen from time to time, not to worry about it, just clear your
mind and forget it.

"I know men who gradually lost their sight, or some of their




hearing, or the use of their vocal cords. Some had chronic
constipation. For entirely psychological reasons, not physical,
because inadvertently these mental blocks developed. I myself
became totally impotent. For obvious reasons, I don't care to go
into this in any greater detail."

Bishop died of heart failure a few days after authorizing the
release of a tape recording that included the above statement.


1. Chaitkin, Anton, "British Psychiatry: From Eugenics to
Assassination," EIR, October 7, 1994

2. Smith, Jerry, HAARP: Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy, (Kempton,
Illinois: Adventures Unlimited Press, 1997)

3. Chaitkin

4. Russell, Dick, The Man Who Knew Too Much. New York: Carrol &
Graf, 1992

5. Bowart, Walter, Operation Mind Control. (New York: Dell Paperback,
1977): Bresler, Fenton, Who Killed John Lennon? (New York: St. Martin's Press,

6. Bowart

7. Bresler

8. Freethinking, The Newsletter of the Freedom of Thought Foundation,
Volume 1, number 4, March 1995. Letter sent to Walter Bowart

9. Russell


Model Candy Jones: Mind control
victim or mind control hoax?




Chapter 16:




The story of Candy Jones is ubiquitous in the literature of mind
control, and has been repeated by virtually every researcher who
has written a book on the subject. Here is Candy's story, related
in a book authored by Donald Bain, The Control of Candy Jones:


During World War II Candy had been one of the most popular
pin-up girls in America. Touring the Pacific with the USO she
caught undulant fever and malaria and was hospitalized in
Manila. There she met a medical officer identified in Bain's
book by a pseudonym, "Gil Jensen." He would later be one of
her contacts in the world of CIA mind control.
In 1959 Candy started a modeling agency in the United
States and, in regards to an office burglary, was contacted by an
FBI man. Noting a microphone that she used for taping the
voices of models, the FBI agent asked to borrow it, and Candy
assented. Later the same FBI man convinced the woman to allow
her modeling school to be used as an FBI mail drop. Candy
Jones was later a courier for a piece of government mail that she
took across the country. Shortly thereafter, she was recontacted
by "Gil Jensen," the same man whom she had met in the
Philippines. "Jensen" invited her to work for the CIA, and she

In 1973 Candy Jones married "Long John" Nebel, a popular
radio talk show host who specialized in stories of UFOs and
other outre subjects. On their wedding night, Nebel watched
Candy go through a transformation into another person, this one
cruel and cold; but the mood passed. The next evening,
however, the cruel mood returned, then again faded away.
Jones was also plagued by insomnia, and Nebel hypnotized his
wife, opening up a Pandora's box. Candy had apparently had an
abusive childhood, and had developed an alter ego named
Arlene. This was the "transformation" that Nebel had observed,
Candy turning into Arlene.




During hypnosis Candy also revealed her contact with "Dr.
Jensen," her regular hypnosis sessions with him, and the
injections he had given her of what he had called "vitamins."
She spoke of having to sign a government security oath, training
in espionage work that she had undergone at a CIA camp, and
her experiences as a split-personality courier, manipulated
through hypnosis and drugs, and plying her twilight trade under
a number of pseudonyms. She also recalled being tortured with
electric shock by Chinese men in Taiwan over the contents of
one of the messages she had delivered.

Candy Jones spoke of being one among several female CIA
zombies who were tortured at CIA headquarters in Langley,
Virginia. During the course of her deprogramming by Nebel,
Candy revealed that she had been programmed to commit
suicide on December 31, 1972 in Nassau, Bahamas, after her use
to the CIA was over. Nebel's marriage had circumvented the
trip and saved Candy's life. According to the book by Bains,
Candy was still struggling with her alter-ego Arlene at the time
of the writing of the book.

Investigators contacting the CIA seeking information on
Candy Jones via the Freedom of Information Act have been
turned out in the cold. Although the CIA does have a file on
Jones, it will not release any portion of it.

If the mind control programming of Candy Jones is true, then
it is powerful testimony for many of the mind control atrocity
stories to follow, stories such as told by Cathy O'Brien in Trance
Formation of America. The trouble is that although the story of
Candy Jones is cited in virtually every book on mind control ever
written, in all probability it is a hoax.

Author Paris Flammonde, who was a close friend of Long John
Nebel, and who was the producer of Nebel's radio show for
several years, is one of the persons who has said that Bains' The
Control of Candy Jones is a hoax. In 1990 Flammonde wrote,
"During a series of walks and lunches, John often spoke about,
and we batted about ideas regarding a bizarre and commercial
book about Candy. Briefly he toyed with consideration of my
doing something along those lines (since I had ghosted a book
for him earlier), but the thought was discarded for several
reasons, the main one being that Candy did not especially care
for me, contending to him that, even though I no longer had
anything to do with the broadcast, he tended to let me
'influence' him.

"And I am happy to grant that the more I realized how 'far
out' he wanted the 'fact book' to be, the more completely




uninterested I became. In any event, the vast majority of the
text is nonsense, and what little is true would be difficult to
identify and impossible for the uninitiated — and profitless. The
more vulgar, spiteful, and contemptible of the speculations are
not worthy of comment — even by one who observed Candy to be a
genuinely impossible individual at times, occasionally
shudderingly coldblooded, and devoid of talkshow hosting
talent." [2]

UFO investigator Jim Moseley knew both Nebel (who died of
cancer in 1978) and Candy Jones (who also died of cancer, in
1989) for many years, and appeared on Nebel's WMCA radio
show "hundreds of times" in relation to his research into UFOs.
Moseley spoke out about his knowledge of the Candy Jones mind
control case calling it "a crock of shit." He stated that his
opinion had been confirmed by Sandy Teller, who had been
Nebel's assistant for many years, and a friend of the man who
had ghostwritten the Candy Jones volume. [3]
As such, the story of Candy Jones, cannot be considered to be
proven factual.


1. The title of this chapter is taken from the Elvis Costello
song of the same name

2. "Saucer Smear," ed. James Moseley, volume 37,
number 4, 1990

3. Nanninga, Rob, "The Control of Candy Jones," Internet
posting, February 10, 1994; Bowart, Walter, Operation Mind
Control. (New York: Dell Paperback, 1977); Bain, Donald, The
Control of Candy Jones. Chicago: Playboy Press, 1976); "Saucer
Smear," ed. James W. Moseley, 1990, volume 37, number 2





Above: Diagrams of implanting Delgado's "stimoceivers."




Chapter 17:




The first person we are aware of involved in research in direct
brain stimulation was Swiss physiologist Walter Rudolf Hess,
educated in Switzerland and Germany, and director of the
Physiological Institute at Zurich from 1917 to 1951. His
experiments included the insertion of fine electrically
conductive wires into the brains of anaesthetized cats. To no-
one's great surprise, given mild electrical stimulation the cats
went berserk. [1]

Jose Delgado, funded by Yale University, the Office of Naval
Intelligence, the U.S. Air Force 6571st Aeromedical Research
Laboratory, and other institutions, and linked to Spanish fascist
groups by researcher John Judge, carried Hess' research a great
deal farther. Delgado was the first to specialize in the
implantation of electronic devices directly into the brain. [2]
Delgado's early experiments in the 1950s involved rigidly
locking the head of an animal or human in a metal clamp, and
then plunging a long needle or needles into the brain. Once the
needle was in place, electricity or chemicals were injected
through it. Later experiments used what he termed "trans-
dermal stimoceivers," tiny radio broadcasting/receiving units
that were buried entirely into the brains of animals and humans,
and carried electrical impulses to the brain, as well as
broadcasting the subject's reactions back to a computer.
Delgado described the capabilities of such instrumentation in
the early stages of his research:

"Microminiaturization of the instrument's electronic
components permits control of all parameters of excitation for
radio stimulation of three different points within the brain and
also telemetric recording of three channels of intracerebral
electrical activity. In animals, the stimoceiver may be anchored
to the skull, and different members of a colony can be studied
without disturbing their spontaneous relations within a group.
Behavior such as aggression can be evoked or inhibited. In




[human] patients, the stimoceiver may be strapped to the head
bandage, permitting electrical stimulation and monitoring of
intracerebral activity without disturbing spontaneous activities."

Delgado stated further, "It is... already possible to induce a
large variety of responses, from motor effects to emotional
reactions and intellectual manifestations, by direct electrical
stimulation of the brain. Also, several investigators have learned
to identify patterns of electrical activity (which a computer
could also recognize) localized in specific areas of the brain and
related to determined phenomena such as perception of smells
or visual perception of edges and movements. We are advancing
rapidly in the pattern recognition of electrical correlates of
behavior and in the methodology for two-way radio commun-
ication between brain and computers...

"The individual is defenseless against direct manipulation of
the brain because he is deprived of his most intimate
mechanisms of biological reactivity. In experiments, electrical
stimulation of appropriate intensity always prevailed over free
will; and, for example, flexion of the hand evoked by stimulation
of the motor cortex cannot be voluntarily avoided. Destruction
of the frontal lobes produced changes in effectiveness which are
beyond any personal control."

But far from being an incredible invasion of the subject's life,
Delgado reassured by stating that some subjects were more
concerned about the cosmetics of the matter:

"Leaving wires inside of a thinking brain may appear
unpleasant or dangerous, but actually the many patients who
have undergone this experience have not been concerned about
the fact of being wired, nor have they felt any discomfort due to
the presence of conductors in their heads. Some women have
shown their feminine adaptability to circumstances by wearing
attractive hats or wigs to conceal their electrical headgear, and
many people have been able to enjoy a normal life as outpatients,
returning to the clinic periodically for examination and
stimulation. In a few cases in which contacts were located in
pleasurable areas, patients have had the opportunity to stimulate
their own brains by pressing the button of a portable instrument,
and this procedure is reported to have therapeutic benefits." [4]
Delgado admitted that not all subjects reacted with such
equanimity: "During depth explorations, it was demonstrated
that crises of assaultive behavior similar to the patient's
spontaneous bursts of anger could be elicited by radio stimu-
lation of contact 3 in the right amygdala. A 1.2 milliamperes




excitation of tills point was applied while she was playing the
guitar and singing with enthusiasm and skill. At the seventh
second of stimulation, she threw away the guitar and in a fit of
rage launched an attack against the wall and then paced around
the floor for several minutes, after which she gradually quieted
down and resumed her usual cheerful behavior."
Delgado's experiments ultimately had very little to do with
medicine and his touted "therapy". Delgado set up a one and
one-half acre preserve on an island in the Bermudas, wherein
the effects of stimoceivers could be tested in the manipulation of
a gibbon colony and the interactions of their social hierarchies.
"The old dream of an individual overpowering the strength of
a dictator by remote control has been fulfilled, at least in our
monkey colonies," Delgado wrote, "by a combination of
neurosurgery and electronics, demonstrating the possibility of
intraspecies instrumental manipulation of hierarchical
organization..." He speculates that, "in the near future the
stimoceiver may provide the essential link from man to
computer to man, with a reciprocal feedback between neurons
and instruments which represents a new orientation for the
medical control of neurophysiological functions." [5]
Social controller that he was, Delgado's main beef was with
man's will, i.e. his freedom: "We may conclude that ESB
[Electrical Stimulation of the Brain] can activate and influence
some of the cerebral mechanisms involved in willful behavior. In
this way we are able to investigate the neuronal functions related
to the so-called will, and in the near future this experimental
approach should permit clarification of such highly controversial
subjects as 'freedom,' 'individuality,' and 'spontaneity' in factual
terms rather than in elusive semantic discussions."
Delgado's revolution, what he calls a "master control of
human behavior," is apparently not intended to be a democratic
one: "The contention that an ideal society should be 'well
behaved' may be disputed by many and in any case requires a
clarification... In some old plantations slaves behaved very well,
worked hard, were submissive to their masters, and were
probably happier than some of the free blacks in modern
ghettos. In several dictatorial countries the general population
is skillful, productive, well behaved, and perhaps as happy as
those in more democratic societies."

The open publication of Delgado's book Physical Control of
the Mind met with a decidedly cool reaction from the public,
and this may have warned other researchers in the field to keep
quiet about the subject. To this day, Delgado's is the only




popular book on the subject of implants and electrical
stimulation of the brain (ESB). [6]

Although Delgado went on to, in his mind, better things,
namely the use of direct electromagnetic irradiation of the
brain, research into radio-controlled direct cerebral stimulation
was not discontinued. Dr. Stuart Mackay, a colleague of Delgado
and author of the book, Bio-Medical Telemetry, stated, "Among
the many telemetry instruments being used today are miniature
radio transmitters that can be swallowed, carried externally, or
surgically implanted in man or animals. Recent developments
include pressure transmitters, ultrasonic and radio units for
free-swimming dolphins, units for tracking wild animals, and
pill- sized transmitters of many designs and functions that can
operate continuously for several years. The scope of
observations that can be made is too broad to more than hint at
with a few examples. Transmitters introduced through normal
body openings in the human can sense pH in the stomach, the
site of bleeding along the gastrointestinal tract, radiation
intensity, the pressure changes in the bladder due to
micturition, the pressure of teeth grinding together during
sleep, vaginal temperature, and the like. Human and subhuman
species have been studied, as have aquatic and terrestrial
animals, cold- and warm-blooded animals, and so on. Some
transmitters need only send their signal for an hour, whereas
others are expected to transmit continuously for a year or
more... It is hoped that these few preliminary words will give a
feeling for the scope of this activity... The possibilities are
limited only by the imagination of the investigator." [7]
During the latter days of MKULTRA research, a CIA
memorandum, dated 22 November, 1961, announced, "Initial
biological work on techniques and brain locations essential to
providing conditioning and control of animals has been
completed. The feasibility of remote control of activities in
several species of animals has been demonstrated. The present
investigations are directed toward improvement of techniques
and will provide a precise mapping of the useful brain centers in
selected species. The ultimate objective of this research is to
provide an understanding of the mechanisms involved in the
directional control of animals and to provide practical systems
suitable for human application."

Did the mind control shrinks ever succeed in hardwiring
anyone with their implants outside of helpless patients locked
away in asylums by and for the insane? Absolutely.
The Los Angeles Herald Examiner for March 21, 1979




describes one swell ease. Leonard Kille was an electronics
engineer and co-inventor of the Land camera. In 1966 Kille
rightly came to believe that his wife was having an affair with
another man, and his distress over the matter was interpreted
by psychiatrists as a "personality pattern disturbance."
Kille was thought to be "dangerous" and was referred to CIA
shrinks Vernon Mark and Frank Ervin. It is not known whether
funding parameters played a part in their decision, but Mark and
Ervin came to the conclusion that the best solution for Kille's
problems was an electronic brain implant. Although Kille at first
thought the solution excessive, his wife threatened divorce if he
didn't take the cure. Predictably, after Kille got his brain wired
she divorced him anyway and married the man she had been
having an affair with.

Kille had four electrical strands implanted in his brain, each
strand studded with about 20 electrode stimoceivers. The
electrodes were used to diddle Kille's brain with current,
adjusting his emotions at will. Dr. Peter Breggin of the Center to
Study Psychiatry investigated Kille's case after he had been
implanted, and found that the man alternated between a
vegetative state and nightmares that he would again be operated
on and be implanted with additional 'trodes.

In 1971 an attendant at the Veteran's Administration hospital
happened upon Kille, who had placed a wastebasket on his head
to "stop the microwaves." The Veterans Administration doctors
had not been told that Kille had been implanted — a matter of
national security, perhaps — and so assumed that he was stark
raving. The VA doctors ordered additional "treatments" on
Kille that left him paralyzed from the waist down. [8]
Robert Naeslund is another victim of Delgado's technology.
He believes that in 1967, while undergoing surgery in
Stockholm, Sweden, he was implanted with mind control
devices. Naeslund reports that the implant was placed there by
Dr. Curt Strand, injected through a nasal passage. Naeslund
contacted the Swedish Board of Health and Welfare protesting
the non-consensual experimentation, but when the doctors
heard his story he was predictably declared mentally ill and
locked away in a mental hospital.

After securing release from the hospital, Naeslund showed a
number of Swedish doctors x-rays of his head that even to a
layman plainly exhibit small unnatural objects in his head, but
the doctors to a man declared the x-rays to be normal. It was
not until 1983 that Professor P. A. Lindstrom, at the University of
California in San Diego examined the x-rays and wrote, "I can




only confirm that some foreign objects, most likely brain
transmitters, have been implanted at the base of your frontal
brain and in the skull. In my opinion, there is no excuse for
such implantations. I fully agree with Lincoln Lawrence who, in
his book [Were We Controlled?] on page 27, wrote, 'There are
two particularly dreadful procedures which have been
developed, those working and playing with them secretly call
them R.H.I.C. and E.D.O.M. — Radio-Hypnotic Intracerebral
Control and Electronic Dissolution of Memory.'"
After Lindstrom attested to the fact that there were foreign
objects in Naeslund's head, ten other doctors came forward
verifying their existence.

In 1985 Naeslund delivered a petition with 50 signatures to
the Swedish Director of Public Prosecutions, informing him of
the implanting of mind control devices in Sweden and
demanding that the practice be stopped. Naeslund was also one
of several persons responsible for placing an advertisement in
30 Swedish newspapers, exposing the situation of mind control.
Apparently his activism brought Naeslund back to the attention
of whomever was responsible for the implants. This time they
had something different in store for the man.

Naeslund writes, "At about the same time the first
advertisement was published, I noticed a radiation or frequency
which seemed to rise up from below my flat. In the mornings it
felt as though my face, shoulders and back had been sunburned.
If I laid a sheet of paper on the floor, it would, after only a
matter of hours, begin to roll itself up from both ends and all
battery-operated equipment rapidly were quickly drained of
power. The waves increased until I was forced to move out into
a friend's flat.

"I hired another flat at Kocksgatan 38 in Stockholm where,
for the first two weeks, everything was fine. By the first of May,
however, the trouble started again. The effects were much the
same; the feelings of burning heat and noticeable burns on the
face after just an hour and the spreading of the sensation into
the palate, throat and lungs. Paper rolled itself up whether
hanging on the wall or lying on the floor — but now I also
experienced how my blood circulation was being affected. I
wrote of my last days in the flat: 'The radiation has increased for
the last two weeks and now, the 29th of May, it is completely
unthinkable to sleep here. It is possible to be in the flat for at
most two hours, but after that one has to leave because the pain
in the lungs, the dehydration, the dry cough, and general




"Due to critical conditions caused by SAPO's [Swedish Secret
Police] radiation, I was forced to abandon my efforts to expose
their electromagnetic terrorism. It was to be five years before I
resumed the fight."

Unable to locate a doctor in Sweden who was willing to
remove the implants in his head, Naeslund travelled to Djakarta,
Indonesia. "On August 4, 1987," he remembers, "I visited St.
Carolus Hospital, Ji Salemba, Djakarta, and I met Professor
Hendayo to whom I showed my x-rays, as well as reports from
various doctors. He, obviously, could see the implanted foreign
objects and more x-rays taken the same day confirmed the fact,
so Dr. Hendayo agreed to operate. I stayed at the hospital until
the following day. They took blood tests, etc., and informed me
to come back on August 1 1th.

"On the morning of the 12th, I was shown to the operating
room. Right outside of the door, I met Dr. Hendayo. He told me
that something had happened which would cause the
postponement of the operation. He would not say why.
Considering how important this was to me, I insisted that he
keep his part of the agreement and do the operation. His
behavior and attitude that morning was much different than
earlier. The complaisance and friendliness of the previous
meeting were gone, replaced by irritation and stress. But he
changed his mind and agreed to perform the operation. As soon
as we entered the operating ward, two people entered from
another room; they were Western middle-aged men. One of
them had a syringe and gave me the sedative without a word or
any preparation.

"In the middle of the operation I awoke with a horrible pain
in my head. My arms and legs were secured with straps. One
person held my head steady, while another held open the 5 cm.
incision in my forehead with some sort of instrument. A third
person held an object, resembling a branding iron used on
animals, which he burned into my head. During the 45 seconds
of the operation in which I was awake, I experienced the feeling
that my head was being blown to bits. I screamed in pain and
tried to free my arms and legs. I fell unconscious from the pain
and shock. The next thing I knew, it was 2 a.m. and I could feel
my brain on fire. This was 18 hours after the operation.
"The next morning I went to the hospital's radiology
department and asked the doctor to x-ray my head. The picture
showed the injury and that there was a foreign object in the
damaged area. I went to the chief physician and told him what
had happened. Afterward, I visited Dr. Hendayo and he told me,




"It wasn't my idea to do this... I had no choice... You should have
listened to me and postponed the operation... Your country's
secret police was involved..."

"The reason the operation turned out the way it did is quite
clear. Prof. Hendayo was, at first, in favor of the operation. But
the Swedish Secret Police (SAPO) followed me via mind control
and they knew every step I took. When Dr. Hendayo promised
to operate on me, SAPO also knew. In order to stop me, they
informed their CIA colleagues in Indonesia, who forbade the
doctor to help me, or they threatened to expose them. That was
why the doctor could not say why he wanted to postpone the
operation. SAPO/CIA had obviously wanted to warn me and show
that there were other powers behind the decision. Now, five
years later, I have physical pain in the area which was damaged.
In addition, my mental and psychological abilities have been
greatly altered. The difficulty in finding a doctor who will
operate on me is the great secret behind the use of mind
control telemetry and doctors' international solidarity with
colleagues who use people for experiments. These transmitters
have changed my life in many ways and torment me through
their constant use."

In 1992 Naeslund contacted an activist organization, the
International Network Against Mind Control, and participated in
drafting a letter protesting such experimentation to British
Prime Minister John Major. The day after the letter was sent,
Naeslund believes that his apartment was again zapped:
"The first signs of radiation from electromagnetic weapons
were noticed during the night of 11th October, the day after the
letter was faxed worldwide. I was awakened at 3 a.m. by a
blockage of the blood circulation in my hands, feet, forearms and
parts of my legs, hands and feet swelled up and became numb.
My face and back became sunburned as if I had been sunbathing
on a hot summer's day. This was to be repeated night after
night and it must be assumed that the electromagnetic waves
were ultraviolet in nature, a radiation which affects the skin's
pigmentation and which are known to cause cancer. The
radiation continued during the following day and night and even
though I tried to be at home as little as possible, it became quite
clear that they still had the power to vary the spectrum and
intensity of the radiation which they were using against me.
From the first day, I experienced noticeable changes in my lungs
and windpipe which resembled the symptoms following the
radiation of 1985. The windpipe and respiratory passages
became parched, my voice hoarse, and my lungs painful. I also




suffered from acute amnesia whenever I crossed the threshold
to my flat. By the third day, I considered it my safest move to
leave my flat and so I went away for a week.

"On returning, I found myself in a radiation chamber of
considerably greater power than the one I had left in which it
was possible to generate a multitude of destructively painful
symptoms by varying the spectrum and intensity. I was kept
awake at nights and sent into a kind of trance during the days,
but by far the most frightening effect was that on the lungs
which even after the first night had been severely impaired.
When, after two days, I also began to suffer from backache and
an almost crippling immobility, and when even the shortest
possible time in my flat began to be unbearable, I felt that it was
time to desist risking my life and moved in with friends. Since I
had to return occasionally to my flat, I was able to establish that
the radiation continued to penetrate my flat and on one
fortunate occasion I was able to identify its source. The
deteriorating winter found me at home one evening taking in
some flowers from my balcony when I noticed in the block
opposite, in the window of the flat directly under my own, was
some apparatus, partially visible between the angled slats of a
Venetian blind. It was directed up at my flat. It was emitting no
light but its surface was lustrous.

"During the night I collected some infrared film and some
binoculars so that I could study it more closely. As early as the
previous summer, being more often out on the balcony, I had
noticed that there was never any light in that flat, just as there is
none nowadays. The day after, I called on the flat at
Verkstadsgatan 22 and rung the doorbell above the name
Broman. No one answered, not surprisingly since I heard from
the neighbors that he had passed away some months back. The
same day, I had the film developed; the picture I obtained
revealed the apparatus with startling clarity.

"From here SAPO was terrorizing me and enfeebling my
health with their destructive radiation, and so together with
some friends I contrived to break into the flat and seize the
apparatus. However, by 8 p.m. the same evening when I was
home monitoring the situation, I noticed that the apparatus was
gone. They had been there and removed it and with it the
radiation. I was able to return home."

Naeslund continues to be active in exposing covert mind
control worldwide. [9]

Another probable victim of mind control implants is Glen
Nichols who in 1959 at the age of 12 was informed that he had a




hearing problem and needed to have a hearing aid. Objections
from friends and family prevented that from being done until
1962, when he was implanted with a miniaturized radio in his
ear canal in the guise of receiving a hearing aid. "Then they
would use very low volume subliminal messages to control me,"
Nichols protests. "They would give me post-hypnotic
suggestions that I had ear infections and I must not clean inside
my ear canals or I would suffer permanent hearing loss.
Occasionally I would clean inside my ear canals and find a metal
device that would be explained away by those around me."
Nichols believes that he also experienced periods of torture
and mind erasure, and that in 1967 another Delgado- style
electronic transceiver was implanted next to an eardrum. He
was told that he had hurt his ear playing football. Nichols thinks
that another implant was later inserted in his other ear, noting
that he has several small scars above and behind both his ears.
"For some reason," Nichols states, "in addition to the surgically
implanted transceivers, at times additional miniature receivers
were also inserted in my ear canals. I can recall having one
found in my ear by a California State University, Northridge,
health center medical doctor in 1971. I also found another one
in my ear about 1988."

In another incident, "I can recall having an electrode
inserted into my frontal brain through my nostril when I was
about 33 in 1980. I experienced intense pain, confusion and
disequilibrium. I was told I had a sinus infection. I explored the
source of my pain and found a small bulb stuck to the roof of my
nasal cavity. The doctors I contacted said it was an infection and
not to touch it. I persisted and removed it myself with tweezers.
It looked like a two-pronged electrode, with two sharp wires
stuck up into my brain with the bulb hanging down."
By 1989 Nichols, living in Westlake Village, California, had
completed his schooling and was a licensed counselor and
psychotherapist, working with a large number of patients from
the defense industry. Nichols had come to the realization that
he was a victim of mind control, with memories of conditioning
sessions and abuse returning to consciousness.
Nichols suspected that he was also experiencing electronic
irradiation of" some sort and obtained a radio frequency counter
to check levels of emissions, which turned out to be extremely
high around his apartment building. Nichols has also been vocal
in decrying mind control experimentation, disseminating the
account of his victimization over the Internet. [10]
Remy Chevalier is a journalist who writes on topics including




alternative energy sources and political conspiracy. In
correspondence with the author, he offers:

"I was abducted back in the late 60's by tall guys in full body
white jump suits wearing big black goggles. For years I couldn't
afford dental work until finally one of my teeth broke. I had no
choice, I had to go. The dentist went to work and restored my
mouth, taking out the old mercury fillings and replacing them
with this new composite they use now that matches the color of
your teeth. On the worse one, the one he had to grind down to
fix a crown, he discovered something inside he'd never seen
before. He and the assistant pondered for a few minutes
wondering what the hell it was. I jokingly said, 'Maybe it's an
alien implant,' and after I saw the look on his face, I added: 'Just
kidding!' He had to pulverize the strange thing to keep working
so we'll never know for sure. But since then I can stress my
body much more than I ever could. Before I'd get these awful
headaches if I lifted too much weight. Now I can go till muscle
failure without my head killing me. I'd be in much better
physical shape today if I could have worked out the way I do now
ten years ago. Whether that was the mercury or an implant that
hindered me physically, we'll never know, but at 45 it's a bit late
for me now to cry over spilled milk. One thing's for sure, my
head was messed with. When, for how long, and by whom, are
still questions I don't have answers for." [11]

Another case of probable mind control is that of President
Issayas Afeworki of the African country of Eritrea. Afeworki had
conducted a victorious war against Israeli- supplied Ethiopia.
Certainly this would have been adequate reason for the brain
tinkers to take note of him. In the summer of 1993, according
to one of his counselors, "he fell ill with a mysterious disease.
Physicians called in from the U.S. said [Afeworki] had a rare
'brain fever' that could be treated only in a state-of-the-art
Israeli clinic. Afeworki was rushed onto a military jet and flown
to Israel.

According to the same counselor, "When he returned home a
month later, he was a strangely changed man." Afeworki's
policies toward Ethiopia, and for that matter, Israel changed
into total cooperation.

According to an Algerian delegate, "We are told not to worry
about this Eritrean flip-flop, but we do worry, and will worry
more and more until we find out just what happened to
President Afeworki in that Israeli neurology clinic where he
became such a thoroughly changed man." [12]
Another case is that of James Petit, who in 1984 claimed to




the press that he was a drug and arms smuggler for the CIA,
with his employment by the Agency confirmed by his attorney
and an attorney representing a co-defendant in a drug
trafficking case. After crashing his drug shipment plane in
Columbia in 1982, Petit says that he was taken to the burn
center at the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research, in San
Antonio, Texas. His stay was confirmed by a spokesperson for
the hospital. Petit believes that while he was a patient there,
that electronic implants were injected into his neck, face, arms,
and ears.

'After my release from the hospital," says Petit, "I was having
such extreme pain it was unbelievable. It was directly due to the
CIA transmitters." X-rays taken of Petit's head showed a bottle
shaped object located behind his left ear. [13]
By 1994, the London Times estimated that in the previous
decade there had been 15,000 cases of persons being implanted
with electronic brain devices. It is impossible to know if the
Times estimate is at all accurate, since it is unlikely that they
would be privy to statistics of secret testing. Certainly, most
anti-mind control activists would say that the figure was a gross


1. Packard; "Hess, Walter Rudolf, Encyclopedia Americana. (New York:
Americana Corporation, 1963); "Hess, Walter Rudolf; Funk & Wagnalls New
Encyclopedia. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Inc., 1973

2. Delgado, Jose, Physical Control of the Mind. (New York: Harper &
Row, 1969); Judge, John, "The Secret Government," Dharma Combat number 10

3. Delgado

4. Ibid.

5. Ibid.; Packard

6. Delgado

7. Mackay, Dr. Stuart, Bio-Medical Telemetry

8. Constantine

9. An Open Letter to the Swedish Prime Minister Regarding
Electromagnetic Terror By Robert Naeslund, copy in the author's possession

10. Nichols, Glen, "The victims begin to speak out: 'I am a victim of mind
control,'" The Omega Report, July and September/October 1994

11. Chevalier, Remy. Correspondence with the author, September, 1997

12. Mann, Martin, "African Leader as 'Manchurian Candidate'?," The
Spotlight. February 17, 1997

13. National Examiner, April 30, 1984




Chapter 18:




If any event this century was calculated as a "future shock"
programming of the American populace, it must be the
assassination of John F. Kennedy. Although a majority of
Americans believe that the murder of Kennedy was performed
by a conspiracy, there are few who would suggest that it was an
act of pure mind control.

The seminal research suggesting this interpretation of the
assassination is that of "William Torbitt," reported to have been
the pseudonym for deceased Texas lawyer David Copeland.
Copeland was a prosecuting attorney in the early 1950s, later
serving as a civil and criminal lawyer. He had been a close
supporter of the Lyndon Johnson/Lloyd Bentsen political
steamroller in Texas until 1963, when he severed his ties with
the group for reasons that will become apparent. In 1970
Copeland wrote Nomenclature of an Assassination Cabal
circulated widely in photocopy, detailing information that he
had gathered while investigating the murder of President John
F. Kennedy. Nomenclature has only recently been brought out in
paperback from Adventures Unlimited under the title NASA,
Nazis & JFK, 27 years after the fact.

While revealing much of the information relating to the thesis
of the present chapter, Copeland was not aware of certain facts
that I believe would have allowed him to see the broader overall
picture. According to Copeland, "The killing of President
Kennedy was planned and supervised by Division Five of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation... Actually, Division Five acted
dually with the Defense Intelligence Agency which was acting on
behalf of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Pentagon."
FBI Director and 33rd degree Freemason — the ranking
Freemason in Washington, D.C. at the time — J. Edgar Hoover was
according to Copeland, one of the conspirators. Vice President




Lyndon Johnson was another. Not surprisingly, William Sullivan,
former assistant FBI director, has stated that Hoover and
Johnson "mistrusted and disliked all three Kennedy brothers.
President Johnson and Hoover had mutual fear and hatred for
the Kennedys." [1]

According to Copeland, "L.M. Bloomfield, a Montreal, Canada
lawyer bearing the reputation as a sex deviate, the direct
supervisor of all contractual agents with J. Edgar Hoover's
Division Five, was the top coordinator for the network planning
the execution. A Swiss corporation, Permindex, was used to
head five front organizations responsible for furnishing
personnel and supervisors to carry out assigned duties."
Almost buried within the Nomenclature text is information
that I consider among the most important revelations. He
reports that prior to the assassination, in 1963, there was a top
secret meeting at the Tryall Compound in Jamaica of Sir William
Stephenson, Britain's top intelligence agent. At the meeting
was Major Louis Mortimer Bloomfield of the British Special
Operations Executive (SOE), an element of British intelligence
allegedly created to infiltrate American intelligence; Colonel Clay
Shaw, formerly of the OSS; Ferenc Nagy, who had been a cabinet
minister in the pro-Nazi Horthy government of Hungary, and
later the prime minister of that country; Georgio Mantello, a.k.a.
George Mandel, former trade minister for Mussolini; and White
Russian emigrees Jean de Menil and Paul Raigorodski. Shaw,
Nagy, Montello, and Bloomfield were all officials of Permindex.
According to Copeland, the matter discussed at the meeting was
the assassination of JFK. [2]

The Kennedy family themselves were products of "The
Conspiracy." During Prohibition "Papa Joe" Kennedy worked
with Newark, New Jersey's Reinfeld Syndicate, half of which
was owned by the Bronfman bootlegging gang of Canada. After
the war, Kennedy was given a British distiller's license
personally approved by Winston Churchill, with the Kennedy
fortune administered by the the Lazard Brothers, Ltd.,
Rothschild affiliates and one of Europe's most influential
families. As American ambassador to Great Britain, Kennedy
attached himself to the pro-Nazi Cliveden set, where Round
Tablers and Fabians congregated. Kathleen Kennedy, the sister
of John, Edward, and Robert, married the Marquess of
Hartington, son and heir to the Duke of Devonshire, the head of
worldwide Freemasonry, and of course prominent among the
British ruling elite. Harold Macmillan, who became British
prime minister during the John Kennedy presidency, was a




member of the Duke's family.

While in Britain Joseph Kennedy was inducted into the Most
Venerable Order of St. John of Jerusalem. Joseph and John
Kennedy were trained in the Fabian-founded London School of
Economics under the personal tutorage of Harold Laski, a Fabian
Society controller.

John Kennedy apparently crossed the conspiracy, and died
because of it. Robert Kennedy's much touted war on the Mafia
was in fact mostly a personal vendetta against Jimmy Hoffa, and
a targeting of lower level operatives. Men like Meyer Lansky
remained untouched. But in a number of foolhardy moves
Kennedy began to buck the directives of the British, winding
down U.S. presence in Southeast Asia, opening up a dtente with
the Soviet Union, and putting out feelers for secret talks with

Although Copeland, in Nomenclature, implicates a complex
weave of conspirators, including members of the Mafia, the
fascist Solidarist movement, the FBI, NASA, and other groups,
what he may have missed are what appear to me to be the
highest levels of planning. Major Louis Mortimer Bloomfield had
been recruited into the SOE in 1938, and while under
commission in that organization, had been assigned to the
American OSS, then detailed into the counterespionage Division
Five of the FBI. At the time of John Kennedy's assassination,
Bloomfield was still an officer in Division Five.
After the war, Bloomfield had resumed his career as an
attorney in Montreal, Canada in the law firm of Phillips,
Vinefield, Bloomfield, and Goodman. He was attorney and
controller for the Bronfman family fortune who in these latter
days affected an air of propriety for those who didn't know their

The Bronfman family is the owner of Seagrams, the largest
liquor company in North America. During Prohibition the
Bronfmans made their fortune in bootlegging, furnishing the
networks of men like Arthur Flegenheimer, a.k.a. Dutch Schultz,
Arnold Rothstein, Meyer Lansky, Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, and
Charles "Lucky" Luciano with their British-distilled product.
After the repeal of Prohibition, the Bronfmans became street-
legal, with members of the family being elected into the highest
levels of the Most Venerable Order of St. John of Jerusalem and
intermarrying with the Rothschilds. [3]

Bloomfield was also a high-ranking official in the United
Nations, providing legal advice to that august body. He found his
way into that position by being a representative of the Round




Table-established International Executive Board of UK-
International Law Association, an offshoot formed in 1873 and
charged with developing a one- world code of law. Bloomfield
was also a high-ranking member of the Most Venerable Order of
St. John of Jerusalem, and the annual chairman of the Histadrut
campaign in Canada, that owns over one-third of the Gross
National Product of Israel. Among his many positions,
Bloomfield took on the role of consul-general in charge of the
Western Hemisphere and Liberia, one of the largest centers in
the world for the transfer of black market monies.
By 1958 Bloomfield had established Permindex, incorporated
in Switzerland and purporting to be a trade exposition company,
but in fact an international assassination bureau of the Special
Operations Executive. All of the participants in the Kennedy
plot at the Tryall Compound were officials and investors in

One of the chief operatives of Permindex was Colonel Clay
Shaw of the OSS. Shaw, like Bloomfield, was a homosexual — this
mentioned to make the connection to the long term homosexual
orientation of many premier operatives at the highest level of
the conspiracy. Shaw himself has testified that he was the OSS
liaison officer to the headquarters of British Prime Minister
Winston Churchill. Shaw returned to the U.S. after the war and
took over the directorship of the International House/World
Trade Center, leaving it to found the International Trade Market
in New Orleans. Later, Shaw would become a director of
Permindex, and the ITM would become a subsidiary of Centra
Mondiale Commerciale, an arm of that assassination bureau. In
all probability, all of these companies were fronts for the Special
Operations Executive, that had long adhered to a policy of
working through commercial fronts.

At the time of this writing, there are over 50 World Trade
Centers around the world, ran from the World Trade Center
Association of Clay Shaw, and connected by computer and

On March 16, 1967, Perry Raymond Russo testified before a
criminal district court panel in New Orleans, that he had been
present during a conversation between Claw Shaw, David Ferrie,
and a person calling himself "Leon Oswald." Ferrie, an agent of
Division Five, talked about the necessity of three shooters and a
"triangulation of fire," and that a scapegoat could be used to
enable the actual assassins to escape. According to Copeland, in
Nomenclature of an Assassination Cabal the person going by the
name "Leon Oswald" was in fact William Seymour, an agent for a




private detective agency called Double-Chek, reportedly used as

a cut-out for Division Five and CIA operations.

According to Nomenclature, seven riflemen were used to

shoot Kennedy, a Mexico-based assassination squad whose

Oaxaca-based organization had been put together in 1943 by FBI

Director J. Edgar Hoover and SOE Commander Sir William


Copeland seems to have intuited that there was a
programming behind the assassination, although not apparently
making the connect of who was responsible. He said, "It should
be pointed out that during a few years following John Kennedy's
murder, the crime rate in the United States more than doubled.
Public opinion surveys during the time reflected about 80% of
the people did not believe the Warren Commission report. The
general public felt someone or some group had been behind the
murder of John F. Kennedy and the guilty ones had not been
punished. Such an attitude on the part of the public leads to a
gradual breakdown of law, order and morals of society."
What Copeland did not see was that that breakdown was
engineered by the very forces responsible for the mind control
of America and the destruction of its way of life. The Kennedy
assassination was a British intelligence — read Tavistock — hit, and
its purpose was to shock the American consciousness into a
near-comatose state for reprogramming, the standard Tavistock
modus operandi.

Specific techniques of mind control may have also been
employed in the Kennedy assassination at the microcosmic level.
Lee Harvey Oswald in September, 1957, arrived at the Atsugi
Naval Air Base to work as a radar operator with a security
clearance, odd for a man so forthcoming about his pro-
Communist views that he was dubbed "Oswaldovitch" by his
fellow soldiers. Atsugi, aside from being the launch base for the
top secret U-2 spy plane, also housed the Joint Technical
Advisory Group, where MKULTRA LSD experimentation is said
to have taken place. [4]

Once in Atsugi, Oswald engaged in more than radar
monitoring. At a Tokyo nightclub called the Queen Bee, Oswald
became intimate with a hostess who was believed to be a Russian
spy, and contracted gonorrhea. Oswald's medical record states
that the disease was contracted "in line of duty, not due to own
misconduct." Obviously, Oswald was at the time functioning as
an agent of the military, probably performing surveillance on the
believed Russian spy at the Queen Bee. [5]
Kerry Thornley, perhaps Oswald's closest friend at the Atsugi




base, in correspondence with the author recalls an attempt to
recruit himself, Oswald, and a third man into a possible
intelligence operation. Thornley writes,

"In the late 1970s I was contacted by David Bucknell, who
said he was in Marine Air Control Squadron Nine with Oswald
and me. When he mentioned that his nickname was 'Bucky
Beaver,' I recalled Bucknell — a large man with buck teeth who
wore his utility cap all the way down on his head, giving it a
dome shape instead of the common stretched, flat-top shape.
"Bucknell asked me if I remembered an attempt to recruit us
(Bucknell, Oswald, me) to military intelligence. I did not. Then
he asked if I remembered approaching he and Oswald one day
and being told by Oswald that 'This is a private conversation.'
That I recalled clearly. Bucknell said it happened as we were on
our way to the recruitment lecture.

"Indeed, I remembered the incident occurred as all three of
us were walking in the same direction toward 'Mainside' on the
base and away from the radar outpost. Bucknell said that
minutes earlier, on the outpost, the names of Oswald, Bucknell
and Thornley had been called over the P. A. system and that we
were told to report to the squadron office. In the squadron
office, we were ordered to report to base security over at
'Mainside' of L.T.A., the satellite of El Toro Marine Base where
we were stationed.

"Bucknell said he and Oswald were running a loan sharking
operation and their private conversation concerned whether or
not they were now being called in for questioning about that.
Oswald doubted it, because I had been called up at the same
time and knew nothing about the operation.

"Bucknell says when we arrived at base security we were
seated in a small auditorium or lecture room with a number of
men from other outfits. Up in front, according to Bucknell, was
a Marine captain and a Hispanic man in civilian clothes with a
flat-top haircut. Bucknell was surprised to see that the Captain
was acting as an 'errand boy' for this civilian, whom the Captain
finally introduced as 'Mister B.'

'"Mister B.' said, 'We have reason to believe that Castro's new
revolutionary government has been infiltrated by Soviet agents.'
(This would have been in late May or early June of 1959, just
after the New Year's Day Revolution, before Castro 'went
Communist.' I recalled someone making that statement in a
lecture I attended, but did not remember the context).
"We had all been called together, said Mr. B., because we
were reputed to be admirers of Fidel Castro. As I understand it,




and dimly recall it, the pitch was that Castro needed our help in
getting rid of these agents. We were being asked to volunteer
for a counter-espionage program!

"I'm sure I would have volunteered. To the best of my
recollection, I was ostensibly turned down because I was already
slated for a tour of duty in the Far East, to begin in June, and the
training program was in the U.S. — But not before I signed some
papers authorizing using me for intelligence purposes.
"Bucknell made detailed notes of this extraordinary event the
day after it occurred, and when we met in San Francisco in the
late 1970s he read me those notes.

"Volunteers were interviewed on a one-on-one basis after the
recruitment lecture. Bucknell says he had a maternal
grandfather named E.H. Hunt, who he listed on the recruitment
form as a reference. Mister B. looked startled and said, 'Who is
this E.H. Hunt?' Bucknell explained. Mister B. said, 'Oh!,' and
laughed. (E. Howard Hunt was second in command under Nixon
on the Bay of Pigs operation.)

"Bucknell was never contacted again in relation to this
program. Neither was I.

"Bucknell says that the Marine Air Control Squadron's covert
security was handled by Army Intelligence, and we now both
suspect that Oswald may already have been an Army Intelligence
agent pretending to be a Marxist at the time of Mr. B.'s
recruitment attempt, which may have enhanced his
qualifications for Mr. B.'s program.

"At about the time all this happened, I began having vivid
audio hallucinations, usually just before falling asleep." [6]
Two weeks prior to Oswald's defection to the Soviet Union,
Robert E. Webster, formerly with the Navy, renounced his
American citizenship. Like Oswald, Webster would later do a
turnabout and return to the United States — his return greased by
"affidavits from Rand."

Webster had been at a trade exhibition in Moscow with the
Rand Development Corporation. When Webster renounced his
citizenship, he was accompanied by two Rand executives, Henry
Rand and George Bookbinder, both of whom had been with the
OSS. The Rand Corporation had been involved with American
mind control research since at least 1949, when it issued a
report on Soviet hypnosis experiments and proposed an
American counter-offensive.

Although there is no direct evidence linking Webster or
Oswald, who inquired about Webster at the time of his own
return to the U.S., to Rand mind control experiments, it is plain




that if Oswald and Webster had been American spies pretending
to defect, then they probably would have received hypnotic
programming to counter the inevitable interrogation in Moscow.
It is also fascinating to learn that the address of Webster's
apartment building was in Marina Oswald's address book, and
that she is known to have said that her husband defected after
employment at an American exhibition that took place in
Moscow. This was obviously not Oswald, but Webster. [7]
The pseudonymous "Lincoln Lawrence," in Were We
Controlled, recalls a "deadly rumor" that Lee Harvey Oswald had
been admitted to the Third Clinical Hospital's Ear, Nose, and
Throat division in Minsk, Russia. Lawrence says that after
Oswald was anaesthetized, a tiny radio receiver was implanted in
Oswald's head that could trigger at will post-hypnotic
suggestions that had already been induced. The same device
could be used to erase his memory of events.

Whether or not Oswald was implanted, the "deadly rumor"
seems to have reached the ears of CIA Director McCone, who
penned a memo to Secret Service head James Rowley on March
3, 1964. McCone's memo stated that Oswald had possibly been
"chemically or electronically 'controlled'... a sleeper agent.
Subject spent 11 days hospitalized for a 'minor ailment' which
should have required no more than three days hospitalization at
best." [8]

One person who reacted with shock about Lincoln Lawrence's
allegation that Oswald had been implanted with a control device
was Marguerite Oswald, Lee's mother. She told Dallas
assassination researcher Mary Ferrel, "I've got to find out who
wrote this book, because he knew my son." Marguerite Oswald
would not explain to Ferrell how she knew this, but Dick
Russell, author of The Man Who Knew Too Much, speculates,
"Marguerite would sometimes stand behind Lee's chair as he
played some board game and rub his back and head. And she
said the texture of his hair had changed, it wasn't soft like it
used to be. Suddenly it came to me: What if, when she was
doing that, she felt a little scar up inside the hairline."
Another person concerned about Oswald's appearance was
his brother Robert. According to Epstein, in Legend, "The most
marked change was his hair. Not only had it thinned almost to
the point of baldness on top, but the texture had changed from
soft to kinky. Struck by this loss of hair, Robert couldn't help
wondering what happened to his brother during the intervening
years in the Soviet Union... [and] later speculated that it might
have been caused by medical or shock treatments." [9]




Herman Kimsey, an Army counter intelligence operative and
CIA official who claimed an insider's knowledge of the Kennedy
hit, was quoted in Hugh McDonald's Appointment in Dallas as
saying, "Oswald was programmed to kill like a medium at a
seance. Then the mechanism went on the blink and Oswald
became a dangerous toy without direction." Three weeks after
Kimsey offered these revelations to McDonald, he died of a heart
attack, at age 55. [10]

One of CIA pilot and hypnotist David Feme's associates, in
Bowart's Operation Mind Control, is quoted as having suggested
that Oswald had been hypnotized by Ferrie to murder the
president. Ferrie was a CIA contract agent and the high priest
of a small religious group called the Apostolic Old Catholic
Church of North America that, according to researcher Loren
Coleman, engaged in animal sacrifice and the drinking of blood.
Coleman states, "During Lee Harvey Oswald's last weeks in New
Orleans, he attended many ritualistic parties in private homes
and apartments with David Ferrie." [11]

If hypnotism was used to program Oswald, hypnotism may
have been employed for his ultimate "deprogramming" through
death by another assassin. On the scene immediately prior to
the John F. Kennedy assassination was William Crowe, whose
stage name was Bill DeMar. Crowe was employed as a stage
hypnotist at Jack Ruby's Carousel Club on the week of the
assassination. Jack Ruby, of course, was the man who shot Lee
Harvey Oswald. [12]

Another mind-controlled assassin may have participated in
the Kennedy hit. In 1967 the Phillipine National Bureau of
Investigation (NBI) arrested 24-year-old Luis Angel Castillo on
suspicion of planning to assassinate President Ferdinand Marcos
in league with a group of Philippine guerrillas. Castillo's
passport identified him as Antonio Reyes Eloriaga, a Philippine
resident returning after expulsion from America for car theft
and exceeding the time limit on his visa. The Manila Times
reported that, while in America, Castillo had used at least five

At his request, Castillo was given truth serum and hypnotized.
The hypnotist reported, "Initially, the subject indicated an
admixture of desired susceptibility to hypnosynthesis but deep-
seated resistance due to the presence of a posthypnotic block.
This block appeared to have been connected with the
presence — nightmarish — of a Mrs. Kreps. The total removal of
this block may pave the way for maximum results." [13]
The hypnotist discovered that Castillo could be inducted to




four different levels of hypnosis, which he termed Zombie states
I-IV, with each level possessing a different personality. Zombie I
went by the name Antonio Loriaga, and he was involved in anti-
American espionage. Zombie II was an unidentified CIA agent.
Zombie III was an agent who was suicidal over having his cover
revealed. Zombie IV may have been Castillo's true identity,
Manuel Angel Ramirez, a 29-year-old native of the Bronx.
Although he had little memory of his childhood, his later life had
apparently been as an hypnotically-programmed operative for
the Special Operations Group of the CIA.

Castillo revealed to the NBI that he had been contacted for
training in espionage when he was a private in the Cuban militia,
and received his initial training from Americans and Cubans near
the Bay of Pigs.

Castillo also revealed that he had been programmed for
another assassination, this one involving a man riding in an open
car in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963.

According to Castillo, the earlier-mentioned Mrs. Kreps, who
had a German accent, was one of several persons who
hypnotically programmed him in Dallas. He also recognized the
names of several persons at the time being investigated for the
assassination of John Kennedy by District Attorney Jim Garrison,
and was able to provide a detailed account of his participation in
the plot.

After the NBI contacted the FBI, the story was squelched.
Castillo was returned to the U.S., and imprisoned for 37 months
for robbery. After his release, Castillo apparently dropped off
the face of the earth, and has not been located since. [14]


1. Sullivan, William, Quoted in "The Nazi Connection to the John F.
Kennedy Assassination," by Mae Brussell, The Rebel, November 22, 1983

2. Brussell

3. Editors of the Executive Intelligence Review, Dope, Inc. (Washington,
D.C.: EIR, 1992)

4. Krupey, G. J. "The High and The Mighty: JFK, MPM, LSD and the CIA",
Steamshovel Press magazine, number 11, 1994

5. Krupey

6. Thornley, Kerry, correspondence with the author, August 30, 1997

7. Russell, Dick, The Man Who Knew Too Much. (New York, Carrol &
Graf, 1992); Dickson, Paul, Think Tanks. (New York: Ballentine Books, 1971)

8. Lawrence, Lincoln, pseud., Were We Controlled? (New Hyde Park, New
York: University Books, 1967); Russell

9. Cited in Russell

10. Constantine, Alex, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A. (Portland,
Oregon: Feral House, 1995); Russell




11. Constantine; Coleman, Loren, "The Occult, MIB's, UFO's and
Assassinations", The Conspiracy Tracker, December 1985

12. Russell

13. Bowart, Walter, Operation Mind Control. (New York: Dell
Paperback, 1977)

14. Ibid.


A page from Sirhan's diary.




David Chapman: John Lennon's mind control killer?


Chapter 19:




Another assassination that many experts believe was the
product of a mind controlled "Manchurian candidate" was that
of Robert F. Kennedy. Shortly before the murder of Kennedy,
Sirhan Sirhan was seen in the Ambassador Hotel "staring
fixedly" at the teletype machine. According to the teletype
operator, "he came over to my machine and started staring at it.
Just staring. I'll never forget his eyes. I asked him what he
wanted. He didn't answer. He just kept staring. I asked him
again. No answer. I said that if he wanted the latest figures on
Senator Kennedy, he'd have to check the other machine. He
still didn't answer. He just kept staring. "

One eyewitness said that Sirhan was "enormously composed"
during the commission of the crime. Reminding one of the
stories of madmen exhibiting tremendous strength, another
witness said that when people were attempting to subdue Sirhan
during the shooting, "the little man's strength was fantastic."
After Sirhan was taken into custody, LAPD officers found out
that he had the interesting ability to tell time — to the
minute — without a clock. Again, this is reminiscent of the
extended senses of the hypnotized or otherwise mind controlled
subject. [1]

For his own part, Sirhan said that he did the shooting
"without trying," and described his condition as being that of a
"puppet." Sirhan has stated on several occasions that there are
many aspects of the case that have not been revealed. He also
has wondered whether he was mind controlled, suggesting one
witness to the assassination in particular, who he thought could
"Maybe... lead to someone who was playing with my mind."
When questioned by the public defender assigned to him in
the case, Sirhan said, "I don't remember much about the
shooting, sir, did I do it? Well, yes, I am told I did it. I
remember being at the Ambassador [Hotel]. I am drinking Tom
Collinses. I got dizzy. I went back to my car so I could go home.
But I was too drunk to drive. I thought I'd better find some
coffee. The next thing I remember I was being choked and a




guy was twisting my knee." [2]

If Sirhan was in fact programmed, it could have been done in
1967 when he disappeared for three months, not informing his
family where he was. After he had returned home, it was noted
that he had become fascinated by the occult. [3]
And then there is the question of accomplices. Security
guard Thane Cesar, in close proximity to Kennedy during the
shooting, is believed by many researchers to have participated in
the assassination. Cesar informed Ted Charach, co-producer of
the movie The Second Gun, that he had attended 'American-
Nazi conclaves." Cesar was also employed at the CIA-connected
Lockheed, and one retired engineer from the company said that
Cesar worked in an area of the company run by the CIA.
Immediately after the Kennedy shooting a woman named
Sandra Serrano saw a Caucasian woman in a white dress with
black polka dots, and a young man, tentatively identified as
Mexican-American, and wearing a white shirt and gold sweater,
running down the stairs that provided exit from the hotel. The
woman in the polka dots said, "We've shot him! We've shot
him." Serrano asked, "Who did you shoot?", and the woman
responded, "We shot Senator Kennedy."

Thomas Vincent DiPierro, the son of one of the maitre d's
who was working at the Ambassador, said that he had seen
Sirhan immediately before the shooting and that he had been in
the company of a woman in a polka dot dress.
A third witness also saw Sirhan, an half hour before the
murder of Kennedy, with a woman in a polka dot dress and a
tall, thin man with dark hair. After Kennedy was shot, the
witness saw the woman and the tall man running from the scene
of the crime.

Another witness saw Sirhan on June 3, after a visit to the
Ambassador Hotel, in the company of a woman and two other

Another witness said that she had seen a man who looked
like Sirhan on June 3. The man was in a blue 1959 Ford. The
car pulled to the curb and the Sirhan look-alike jumped out and
began arguing with two other men in the front seat. The man's
jacket flew open and the witness saw a gun in his waistband.
Although the witness could not identify who was talking, she
heard the words "Kennedy," and "Get in the car, we have to get
him tonight," as well as "Don't want to," and "Afraid."
One of the busboys at the Ambassador told police about two
men who had come to the hotel on the day before the shooting,
attempting to obtain coats like those worn by the waiters, while




a waitress in nearby Alhambra, California said that on the
morning of June 4 she had seen a man she took to be Sirhan
drawing a map — some kind of floor plan.

Reminding one of Lee Harvey Oswald's gun practice, in which
he made himself conspicuous, Sirhan practiced shooting at a
target range on June 4, where he signed in with his name and
address. This in itself was odd, because the rangemaster did not
usually monitor whether the shooters signed in or not. The
rangemaster remembered that shortly after Sirhan had arrived,
an attractive blonde in the company of a man had also arrived.
Sirhan walked over to them and said, "Let me show you how to
shoot." The woman's response was, "Get away from me,
goddamnit, someone will recognize us." [4]

Sirhan was recognized buying bullets for the .22 caliber
handgun he allegedly used to murder Kennedy. In his company,
according to the clerk at the gunstore, were Sirhan's brother
Munir and another man he was unable to identify.
A young man named Crispin Curiel Gonzalez was arrested in
Juarez, Mexico, carrying notes showing that he knew Sirhan and
that Sirhan had planned to murder Kennedy. Gonzalez was later
found hanging in his cell in Juarez. Questioned about the
incident by author Robert Blair Kaiser, Sirhan responded, "That
kid didn't have to die. He didn't do anything."
Kaiser asked Sirhan, "Who would have wanted to get him out
of the way?"

According to Kaiser, "Sirhan paused reflectively for a
moment, then smiled. Then he changed the subject."
After the murder of Kennedy, police searched Sirhan's room
and found a large amount of Rosicrucian (in this case AMORC,
not the historical Rosicrucians) and other occult reading
material. Sirhan is alleged to have also been acquainted with a
member of The Process group, a Scientology offshoot, and to
have attended parties at the home of Roman Polanski and
Sharon Tate, who also may have been linked to The Process.
Robert F. Kennedy dined at the Polanski mansion the day before
he was assassinated. [5]

Sirhan left behind several notebooks filled with jottings
indicating his strange state of mind prior to the shooting. A
transcript of one page follows:

"May 18, 9:45 a.m. -68. My determination to eliminate RFK
is becoming more the more of an unshakable obsession... RFK
must die — RFK must be killed Robert F. Kennedy must be
assassinated RFK must be assassination Ed RFK must be
assassinated before 5 June 68 Robert F. Kennedy must be




assassinated I have never heard please pay to the order of of of of

of of of of of this or that please pay to the order of..."

Psychiatrist Dr. Bernard Diamond of UCLA, who examined

Sirhan and would later examine Mark David Chapman, asked

him about certain entries in his notebooks while he was

hypnotically tranced.

Diamond asked, "Is this crazy writing?"

"YES YES YES," Sirhan responded in writing.

"Are you crazy?"

"NO NO."

"Well, why are you writing crazy?" Diamond continued.
"Practice for what?"

Seven years after the murder, Sirhan's voice during initial
interviews with psychologists was analyzed using a Psychological
Stress Evaluator (PSE), measuring micro tremors in the voice
denoting stress. One of the originators of the PSE, Charles
McQuiston, described by Walter Bowart as a "former high-
ranking U.S. Intelligence Officer," stated that, "I'm convinced
that Sirhan wasn't aware of what he was doing. He was in a
hypnotic trance when he pulled the trigger and killed Senator
Kennedy... Everything in the PSE charts tells me that someone
else was involved in the assassination — and that Sirhan was
programmed through hypnosis to kill RFK. What we have here
is a real live 'Manchurian Candidate.'" [6]

Dr. John W. Heisse, Jr., president of the International Society
of Stress Analysis, concurred with that appraisal: "Sirhan kept
repeating certain phrases. This clearly revealed he had been
programmed to put himself into a trance. This is something he
couldn't have learned by himself. Someone had to show him and
teach him how. I believe Sirhan was brainwashed under
hypnosis by the constant repetition of words like You are
nobody. You're nothing. The American dream is gone' until he
actually believed them. At that stage someone implanted an
idea, 'Kill RFK,' and under hypnosis the brainwashed Sirhan
accepted it."

Another expert, Dr. Herbert Spiegel, a medical hypnotist,
agreed: "It's very possible to distort and change somebody's
mind through a number of hypnotic sessions. It can be
described as brainwashing because the mind is cleared of its old
emotions and values which are replaced by implanting other
suggestions... This technique was probably used with Sirhan.
From my own research, I think that Sirhan was subjected to




hypnotic treatment." [7]



1. Kaiser, Robert Blair, "R.F.K. Must Die!" (New York: Grove Press,
1970); Bresler, Fenton, Who Killed John Lennon? (New York: St. Martin's
Press, 1989)

2. Ibid.

3. Constantine, Alex, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A. (Venice,
California: Feral House, 1995)

4. Kaiser

5. Terry, Maury, The Ultimate Evil. (New York: Bantam Books, 1987);
Judge, John, "Poolside with John Judge", Prevailing Winds, undated

6. Bowart, Walter, Operation Mind Control. (New York: Dell Paperback,
1977); Bresler

7. Bresler




Top: Patty Hearst as Tania. Bottom: Colton
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Chapter 20:




Mark David Chapman, the murderer of rock music star John
Lennon, may have been a mind controlled assassin. Wielding a
Charter Undercover .38 Special, Chapman fired five hollow point
fragmenting bullets into Lennon's back as he walked into The
Dakota apartment block in New York city.

There is much evidence to suggest that American
intelligence agencies considered Lennon a menace, and this
could have well provided a reason for his murder. John Lennon
attracted the attention of the FBI for the first time in January
1969, when a Special Agent in Charge reported to J. Edgar
Hoover on a demonstration in New Haven, Connecticut. The
demonstration had been spurred by the suspension of the
campus newspaper for the publication of nude photos of John
and Yoko — reprints of the front and back covers of the "Two
Virgins" record album, at that time available in record stores
throughout the country.

In the years that followed, during Lennon's many shots at
political activism, the FBI's file on the rock star-cum-culture
hero would grow to at least 288 pages, although entire years of
reports of surveillance on Lennon have never been released.
By 1972 the CIA was in on the act. Lennon had been very
vocal in his disapproval of the war in Vietnam, and was seen as
one of the most effective forces capable of rallying American
youth in large-scale opposition to the war. On the 23rd of
February of that year, a CIA agent filed the following report:
"Some American participants at the Soviet-controlled World
Assembly for Peace and Independence of the Peoples of
Indochina, held 11-13 February 1972 in Paris/Versailles,
attempted unsuccessfully to include a call for international
demonstrations to take place at the time of the Republican
National Convention...




"John LENNON, a British subject, has provided financial
support to Project 'YES' [an organization started by Yoko], which
in turn paid the travel expenses to the World Assembly of a
representative of leading anti-war activist (and Chicago Seven
defendant) Rennie DAVIS... In Paris this representative in the
World Assembly met at least once with officials of the Provisional
Revolutionary Government of South Vietnam; it is not known if
the Republican Convention was discussed."

Lennon believed, and with good reason, that by 1972 he was
under constant surveillance. In late 1972, Lennon told Paul
Krassner, "Listen, if anything happens to Yoko and me, it was
not an accident."

Facing deportation from the U.S. ostensibly due to a
marijuana conviction in Great Britain, Lennon fought back,
claiming the deportation was really due to his politics and
disapproval of the war in Vietnam.

On 21 April, 1972, E.L. Shackleford, a supervisor in the New
York FBI office, sent a memo to one of his agents, one only
partially available to us due to large blacked-out segments:
"In view of successful delaying tactics to date, there exists
real possibility that subject [John Lennon] will not be deported
from US in near future and possibly not prior to Republican
National Convention. Subject's activities being closely followed
and any information developed indicating violation of Federal
laws will be immediately furnished to pertinent agencies in
effort to neutralize any disruptive activities of subject."
As of May, 1972, Lennon had gotten the message, apparently
from Leon Wilde, his immigration lawyer, that if he didn't want
to be deported from the U.S., nor to jeopardize his position in
his attempt to gain custody of Yoko's daughter Kyoko, that he
would have to maintain a lower political profile. Lennon bowed
to the pressure. In that month he went on the Dick Cavett
television show and announced that he was canceling a planned
"revolutionary road show" and pulling back in terms of political
involvement. Lennon was reportedly "sick at heart" over the
decision he was forced to make.

According to political activist John Sinclair, about whom
Lennon wrote a song, "Cancelling the tour plan was wise. I
know how much it meant for them to stay here — partially
because of the thing with the kid. I understood perfectly."
In September of 1973 the U.S. Department of Justice
admitted that Lennon's phone had been illegally tapped. The
DOJ was not exactly clucking disapproval, only saying that the
tap had happened and indicating the desire to obtain the





After a lengthy retirement from the public eye, by 1980
Lennon seemed to be doing a turnabout. He had a new record
album out, and was interested in returning to prominence, as
well as getting back into political activism. Lennon had already
bought the plane tickets to fly to San Francisco to support
striking Japanese American workers. Lennon may have been
seen as the only man in the world capable of re-igniting the
militancy of the 60s. [1]

Lennon would soon encounter the penultimate nebbish with a
gun: Mark David Chapman. Chapman was from Georgia, and
began working for the YMCA in 1969, first as a full-time camp
counselor and then as an assistant camp director. In CIA
defector Philip Agee's book Inside the Company: CIA Diary, he
indicates the YMCA as a CIA front organization. Curiously,
Chapman's employment record is missing from the
headquarters of the organization.

In 1971 Chapman had a religious conversion to Christianity.
In 1975 he travelled to Beirut in the employ of the YMCA in
their International Camp Counselor Program — his first choice
being the Soviet Union, even though he was a vehement anti-
communist. Chapman's visit to Beirut coincided with the period
of time that Edwin Wilson and Frank Terpil were running a
training school for assassins there. [2]

Returning from Beirut, he worked at a YMCA camp for
Vietnamese refugees in Fort Chaffee, Arkansas. Chapman
worked as an Area Coordinator, in charge of a seven-block area
of the camp, with one American and fifteen Vietnamese
assistants. One of the enigmas of Chapman's life is his longtime
friend, known by the pseudonym "Gene Scott" in Fenton
Bresler's account, who visited Chapman while working at Fort

One of Chapman's co-workers told journalist Craig Unger, "As
soon as Gene arrived, Mark's behavior changed. Mark cleaned
his nails for Gene, he put on his clean clothes for Gene, he made
telephone calls for Gene. And there was Gene's gun. Mark was
so non-violent. He hated guns. I still remember them sitting in
the office of the YMCA center at Fort Chaffee, playing with this
gun, looking at it, talking about it. It just wasn't like Mark.
They started rough-housing, then Gene gave Mark this look. He

In his account of Chapman, Fenton Bresler writes that,
"several people to whom I have spoken in Decatur and
elsewhere believe that the two men, who have known each other




since Columbia High School days, have complex undertones to
their apparently still-continuing friendship. Certainly Mark
idolized Gene, older by a few years and a handsome Rambo-like
character who has never married: he is today a Georgia sheriffs
officer." According to Bresler, "he was the man who gave Mark
the hollow-point bullets, not knowing (as he said) that he would
use them to shoot John Lennon."

In 1976 Chapman reportedly ended his job with the YMCA,
and took a job as a security guard at the insistence of "Gene
Scott." Chapman moved to Hawaii in 1977, and stayed in the
YMCA hostel in Honolulu. Chapman also contacted the suicide
hotline there, and went to the Waikiki Mental Health Clinic.
Hawaii has been noted as the location of a mind control
assassination training center in the account of several
intelligence agency defectors.

In 1978 Chapman travelled around the world with a letter of
introduction as a YMCA staff member, staying in YMCA hostels,
the trip reportedly financed by a loan from the credit union of a
hospital he worked at. This loan, to a relatively new employee,
seems suspicious and follows in the tradition of many other
"lone nut assassins" who, while non-employed or under-
employed never lack for travel expenses.

Chapman returned to Hawaii. He was married in 1979 and
shortly after, one in a string of obsessions, became fixated on the
book Catcher in the Rye, identifying with the book's protagonist,
Holden Caulfield. Some researchers have suggested that the
book may have been used as a "trigger" for a programmed
Chapman, although this is only speculation. In Honolulu
Chapman purchased the gun that he would use to kill Lennon.
Travelling to New York, Chapman checked into the Waldorf-
Astoria, then after a few days moved into a YMCA hostel.
Chapman found that he could not buy bullets legally in New York.
He travelled to Atlanta, where hollow points were furnished by
his friend "Gene Scott" at Chapman's insistence that he needed
to protect himself in the Big Apple. Chapman returned to New
York only to be told by the doorman at The Dakota that Lennon
and his wife were out of town. Chapman flew back to Hawaii,
throwing away his copy of Catcher in the Rye.
In Hawaii, according to a psychiatrist, Chapman was receiving
"command hallucinations" telling him to kill John Lennon.
These could have been hypnotically programmed, or even
broadcast electronically. Chapman called a different mental
health clinic than the one he had dealt with before, and was
turned away with a referral to still another clinic. Chapman's




own account of the period describes an interior struggle lasting
several months, "a struggle between good and evil and right and
wrong. I just gave in. It was almost as if I was on some kind of
special mission that I could not avoid."

A few weeks after his return from the mainland, Chapman
returned to the States, again seemingly having money to burn.
During his trips to the mainland Chapman carried large amounts
of cash, although there has never been a satisfactory explanation
of how he came by the money.

Chapman did not immediately fly to New York, but stopped
off in Chicago for three days that are not accounted for. His
plane ticket, according to Fenton Bresler, was later doctored to
show that Chapman had flown non-stop to New York. This fact
is substantiated by photocopies of two versions of the same
ticket, one for Chicago, the other indicating a direct passage to
New York. Who falsified the ticket remains an open question,
but the existence of two versions of the ticket is compelling
evidence for a conspiracy in the murder.

When Chapman did reach New York he went to the YMCA
hostel located nearest to The Dakota. After checking at the
hotel to find out that the Lennons were not in and that no one
knew when to expect them back, Chapman that evening took a
cab to west 62nd Street, where he went inside an apartment
building for five minutes, and then to East 65th Street and 2nd
Avenue, where he went into another apartment building for a
few minutes. These visits have never been explained. Chapman
was then dropped off in Greenwich Village. Chapman was
carrying a satchel that has not been accounted for.
The next morning Chapman checked out of the YMCA hostel
and booked himself into the more expensive Sheraton Center
Hotel. In his hotel room he made a "shrine" on top of a bureau,
with mementos of his life — a Bible, his expired passport, a Todd
Rundgren audio tape, and other items — as well as a photo from
the Wizard of Oz with Judy Garland.

Chapman hung around outside The Dakota for a full day
without seeing Lennon, then returned the following day. As a
gesture, he bought another copy of Catcher in the Rye and
inscribed it "To Holden Caulfield from Holden Caulfield. This is
my statement." When Lennon and his wife emerged from The
Dakota around 5 p.m., Chapman got the star's autograph. The
couple returned at 10:50 p.m. As Lennon walked toward the
apartment building a reportedly "smirking" Chapman fired five
bullets into his back. Then Chapman threw down his gun and
began to read the paperback he had carried.




Chapman described the murder in this fashion:
"If you ever get the chance, go to The Dakota building. I just
love that building... to think that's where it happened. There
was no emotion, there was no anger, there was nothing, dead
silence in the brain, dead cold quiet. He walked up, he looked
at me, I tell you the man was going to be dead in less than five
minutes and he looked at me, I looked at him. He walked past
me and then I heard in my head said, 'Do it, do it, do it,' over
and over again, saying "Do it, do it, do it, do it,' like that. I
pulled the gun out of my pocket, I handed over to my left hand, I
don't remember aiming. I must have done, but I don't
remember drawing the bead or whatever you call it. And I just
pulled the trigger steady five times."

One of the police officers who interrogated Chapman,
Lieutenant Arthur O'Connor, described the apparent state of
mind of the murderer: "I saw him within half an hour of his
arrest. I was the first one to interrogate him. He was in a daze.
He was composed yet not there. He gave me the impression he
had done something: it was something he had to do and he'd
done it."

Later O'Connor said, "It's possible Mark could have been used
by somebody. I saw him the night of the murder. I studied him
intensely. He looked as if he could have been programmed...
That was the way he looked and that was the way he talked. It
could have been drugs — and no, we did not test for drugs! It was
not standard procedure. But looking back, he could have been
either drugged or programmed — or a combination of both."
According to newspaper reports at the time, Chapman had in
his possession at the time of the murder a cassette player and
tapes with "about fourteen hours of Beatles tapes." Except that
according to the arresting officer, Steve Spiro, Chapman did not
have a cassette player or tapes on him when arrested. Either
the cassette player was invented by an imaginative reporter, or it
vanished — and if it vanished, might it have had something
recorded other than Beatles' music?

After shooting Lennon, Chapman was in a "daze" for days.
Chapman pleaded guilty to the murder in court after hearing
"the voice of God" telling him to do so. Dr. Dorothy Lewis, who
examined Chapman, said that "Mr. Chapman had been
experiencing auditory hallucinations while at the hospital unit at
Rikers Island and these experiences clearly influenced his
decision to plead guilty... I question whether he was competent
subsequently to plead guilty [since] it seemed to me that his
fluctuating mental status made it impossible for him to




understand the ramifications of such a decision or to assist his
attorney in his own defense."

Chapman's guilty plea ended the investigation. The case was
closed. As in the case of Sirhan Sirhan, James Earl Ray, Lee
Harvey Oswald, David Berkowitz and others, there would be no
trial. Not so messy that way. [3]


1. Bresler, Fenton, Who Killed John Lennon? (New York: St. Martin's
Paperbacks, 1989)

2. Goulden, Joseph C, The Death Merchant. (New York: Simon and
Schuster, 1984)

2. Bresler; Judge, John, "Poolside with John Judge", Prevailing Winds,
undated interview






ITviMvrtittr Copyl



Recently I reviewed a skull film narked: NASLUNO, ROBERT and
dated 25-11, 1901. That film shews a couple of unusual
foreign bodies at the base of the skull, possibly some forn
of brain transmitters.

However, I have not examined or talked to this patient and
do not knew the pertinent history.

San Diego, CA
October G, 1903


Ingmar Wickbcn, M.D.
Professor of Radiology


Chapter 21 :




Timothy McVeigh, the man convicted of blowing up the Murrah
Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, with its resultant
toll in human lives, may have been another mind controlled
murderer. This possibility is first noted in the statements of
friends and acquaintances of McVeigh who say that his
personality dramatically changed after a counseling session that
took place after the Persian Gulf War, when he attempted to
enter Special Forces. Turned down, McVeigh is said to have
become disgruntled and left the army.

Still, "He didn't seem terribly depressed," fellow enlisted
man William Dilly said of McVeigh's mental state at the time.
Also, after McVeigh left the army, he joined the National Guard,
hardly the action of a man disillusioned with the military.
Few make the connection that McVeigh's alleged accomplice,
Terry Nichols, also left the army under mysterious
circumstances. Lana Padilla, Nichols' ex-wife, questioned the
family emergency that reportedly caused Nichols to drop out of
the military: "I've always wondered just why he was released,
less than a year after enlisting, and always been told it was
because he had to take care of [his son] Josh. But this theory
never washed with me because he'd had Josh with him all
along..." [1]

Like Lee Harvey Oswald and John Hinckley, who shot Ronald
Reagan, Timothy McVeigh may have had "doubles" of himself
active prior to the bombing. This might have been to confuse
his trail, but also possibly to incriminate him. According to the
Los Angeles Times, "The investigators said authorities theorize
that [McVeigh's companion] John Doe 2 could be two people,
and that McVeigh and his alleged conspirators could have used
different men to accompany him in order to serve as 'decoys'
and confuse investigators trying to trace his movements." [2]
The New York Times noted, "Mr. McVeigh lived in the
Kingman [Arizona] area for a year until he was evicted from a
trailer park last June. The owner of the trailer park said Mr.




McVeigh had lived there from February to June 1994. Residents
of the Canyon West Mobile Park drew a picture of an arrogant
loner who worked as a security guard for a now-defunct trucking
company, lived with his pregnant girlfriend, expressed deep
anger against the federal government and often caused trouble
for his neighbors."

Not in the headlines but only relegated to a tiny blurb on a
back page of a few papers was the news that the owner of the
trailer park later changed his mind. He said that the man had
not been Timothy McVeigh after all. "They were the same
height, the same age, they looked alike," he stated, also
mentioning that both men had recently been released from the
army. [3]

McVeigh complained that while in the army he had been
implanted with a microchip in his buttocks. One acquaintance
said that McVeigh believed he was being mind-controlled
through the chip. After McVeigh was arrested, one of the few
things that he complained about was the discomfort the chip
was causing him.

After leaving the military, McVeigh soon had ajob with Burns
International Security Services, dispatched to the Calspan
organization in Buffalo, New York. Calspan is engaged in a
number of top secret projects, working in areas such as
aeronautics, electronic warfare, microwave technology, and
electronic telemetry. Monitoring by microchip is, by definition,
electronic telemetry.

Additional possible substantiation of mind control comes
from McVeigh's army acquaintance Todd A. Regier, who said he
was "kind of cold. He wasn't enemies with anyone. He was kind
of almost like a robot. He never had a date when I knew him in
the army. I never saw him at a club. I never saw him drinking.
He never had good friends. He was a robot. Everything was for a
purpose." [4]

Walter "Mac" McCarty, a gun instructor who believed that
McVeigh and Fortier were trying to involve him in a plot in
Kingman, Arizona, also has strange things to say about the
mindset of the men who allegedly did the Oklahoma City
bombing: "He [McVeigh] was upset about things happening in
this country to the point of being disoriented... I know
brainwashing when I see it, those boys had really gotten a good
case of it." [5]

Is it possible that like Lee Harvey Oswald, as many
researchers believe, McVeigh left the army for the purpose of
being recruited into a more secret military unit engaged in




domestic work — particularly for the infiltration of the right-wing
patriot underground? This is substantiated by a letter that
Timothy McVeigh sent to his sister Jennifer, claiming that he
had been working in a military Special Forces group involved in
criminal activity. The contents of that letter, to my knowledge,
have never been mentioned in either the mainstream electronic
or print media. [6]

Recall the words of Daniel Sheehan of the Christie Institute:
"We have talked to half a dozen individuals who have told a
startlingly similar story about how, at a very young age, usually
between twenty and twenty-five, they were contacted, usually
within the context of military training, and told: 'Look, we've got
a special deal for you. You're going to come into the service
under the normal designation of being an infantryman but you're
going to leave the service after a while and you're going to have
special training, and you're going to be brought into a special
program. They're sent to special places where they are trained
by mercenaries and then they're told: 'You're going to be called
upon from time to time to do some things for us.'"


1. Padilla and Delpit, By Blood Betrayed. (New York: Harper Paperback,

2. "Feds charge Terry Nichols in bombing", Los Angeles Times, May 10,

3. "Timothy James McVeigh: Tracing One Man's Complex Path to
Extremism", New York Times, April 25, 1995; Kifner, John. "Arizona Trailer
Park Owner Remembered the Wrong Man", New York Times, April 25, 1995

4. McFadden, Robert D., New York Times, May 14, 1995

5. Schaffer, Mark, "Gun class sheds new light on McVeigh", the Arizona
Republic, May 28, 1995

6. Myers, Lawrence W., "OKC Bombing Grand Jurors Claim 'Cover-Up',
Media Bypass magazine, November 1995




Charles Manson: Leader of a mind
control cult?


Robert DeGrimston Moore, founder of The Process.



since Columbia High School days, have complex undertones to
their apparently still-continuing friendship. Certainly Mark
idolized Gene, older by a few years and a handsome Rambo-like
character who has never married: he is today a Georgia sheriffs
officer." According to Bresler, "he was the man who gave Mark
the hollow-point bullets, not knowing (as he said) that he would
use them to shoot John Lennon."

In 1976 Chapman reportedly ended his job with the YMCA,
and took a job as a security guard at the insistence of "Gene
Scott." Chapman moved to Hawaii in 1977, and stayed in the
YMCA hostel in Honolulu. Chapman also contacted the suicide
hotline there, and went to the Waikiki Mental Health Clinic.
Hawaii has been noted as the location of a mind control
assassination training center in the account of several
intelligence agency defectors.

In 1978 Chapman travelled around the world with a letter of
introduction as a YMCA staff member, staying in YMCA hostels,
the trip reportedly financed by a loan from the credit union of a
hospital he worked at. This loan, to a relatively new employee,
seems suspicious and follows in the tradition of many other
"lone nut assassins" who, while non-employed or under-
employed never lack for travel expenses.

Chapman returned to Hawaii. He was married in 1979 and
shortly after, one in a string of obsessions, became fixated on the
book Catcher in the Rye, identifying with the book's protagonist,
Holden Caulfield. Some researchers have suggested that the
book may have been used as a "trigger" for a programmed
Chapman, although this is only speculation. In Honolulu
Chapman purchased the gun that he would use to kill Lennon.
Travelling to New York, Chapman checked into the Waldorf-
Astoria, then after a few days moved into a YMCA hostel.
Chapman found that he could not buy bullets legally in New York.
He travelled to Atlanta, where hollow points were furnished by
his friend "Gene Scott" at Chapman's insistence that he needed
to protect himself in the Big Apple. Chapman returned to New
York only to be told by the doorman at The Dakota that Lennon
and his wife were out of town. Chapman flew back to Hawaii,
throwing away his copy of Catcher in the Rye.
In Hawaii, according to a psychiatrist, Chapman was receiving
"command hallucinations" telling him to kill John Lennon.
These could have been hypnotically programmed, or even
broadcast electronically. Chapman called a different mental
health clinic than the one he had dealt with before, and was
turned away with a referral to still another clinic. Chapman's




own account of the period describes an interior struggle lasting
several months, "a struggle between good and evil and right and
wrong. I just gave in. It was almost as if I was on some kind of
special mission that I could not avoid."

A few weeks after his return from the mainland, Chapman
returned to the States, again seemingly having money to burn.
During his trips to the mainland Chapman carried large amounts
of cash, although there has never been a satisfactory explanation
of how he came by the money.

Chapman did not immediately fly to New York, but stopped
off in Chicago for three days that are not accounted for. His
plane ticket, according to Fenton Bresler, was later doctored to
show that Chapman had flown non-stop to New York. This fact
is substantiated by photocopies of two versions of the same
ticket, one for Chicago, the other indicating a direct passage to
New York. Who falsified the ticket remains an open question,
but the existence of two versions of the ticket is compelling
evidence for a conspiracy in the murder.

When Chapman did reach New York he went to the YMCA
hostel located nearest to The Dakota. After checking at the
hotel to find out that the Lennons were not in and that no one
knew when to expect them back, Chapman that evening took a
cab to west 62nd Street, where he went inside an apartment
building for five minutes, and then to East 65th Street and 2nd
Avenue, where he went into another apartment building for a
few minutes. These visits have never been explained. Chapman
was then dropped off in Greenwich Village. Chapman was
carrying a satchel that has not been accounted for.
The next morning Chapman checked out of the YMCA hostel
and booked himself into the more expensive Sheraton Center
Hotel. In his hotel room he made a "shrine" on top of a bureau,
with mementos of his life — a Bible, his expired passport, a Todd
Rundgren audio tape, and other items — as well as a photo from
the Wizard of Oz with Judy Garland.

Chapman hung around outside The Dakota for a full day
without seeing Lennon, then returned the following day. As a
gesture, he bought another copy of Catcher in the Rye and
inscribed it "To Holden Caulfield from Holden Caulfield. This is
my statement." When Lennon and his wife emerged from The
Dakota around 5 p.m., Chapman got the star's autograph. The
couple returned at 10:50 p.m. As Lennon walked toward the
apartment building a reportedly "smirking" Chapman fired five
bullets into his back. Then Chapman threw down his gun and
began to read the paperback he had carried.




Chapman described the murder in this fashion:
"If you ever get the chance, go to The Dakota building. I just
love that building... to think that's where it happened. There
was no emotion, there was no anger, there was nothing, dead
silence in the brain, dead cold quiet. He walked up, he looked
at me, I tell you the man was going to be dead in less than five
minutes and he looked at me, I looked at him. He walked past
me and then I heard in my head said, 'Do it, do it, do it,' over
and over again, saying "Do it, do it, do it, do it,' like that. I
pulled the gun out of my pocket, I handed over to my left hand, I
don't remember aiming. I must have done, but I don't
remember drawing the bead or whatever you call it. And I just
pulled the trigger steady five times."

One of the police officers who interrogated Chapman,
Lieutenant Arthur O'Connor, described the apparent state of
mind of the murderer: "I saw him within half an hour of his
arrest. I was the first one to interrogate him. He was in a daze.
He was composed yet not there. He gave me the impression he
had done something: it was something he had to do and he'd
done it."

Later O'Connor said, "It's possible Mark could have been used
by somebody. I saw him the night of the murder. I studied him
intensely. He looked as if he could have been programmed...
That was the way he looked and that was the way he talked. It
could have been drugs — and no, we did not test for drugs! It was
not standard procedure. But looking back, he could have been
either drugged or programmed — or a combination of both."
According to newspaper reports at the time, Chapman had in
his possession at the time of the murder a cassette player and
tapes with "about fourteen hours of Beatles tapes." Except that
according to the arresting officer, Steve Spiro, Chapman did not
have a cassette player or tapes on him when arrested. Either
the cassette player was invented by an imaginative reporter, or it
vanished — and if it vanished, might it have had something
recorded other than Beatles' music?

After shooting Lennon, Chapman was in a "daze" for days.
Chapman pleaded guilty to the murder in court after hearing
"the voice of God" telling him to do so. Dr. Dorothy Lewis, who
examined Chapman, said that "Mr. Chapman had been
experiencing auditory hallucinations while at the hospital unit at
Rikers Island and these experiences clearly influenced his
decision to plead guilty... I question whether he was competent
subsequently to plead guilty [since] it seemed to me that his
fluctuating mental status made it impossible for him to




understand the ramifications of such a decision or to assist his
attorney in his own defense."

Chapman's guilty plea ended the investigation. The case was
closed. As in the case of Sirhan Sirhan, James Earl Ray, Lee
Harvey Oswald, David Berkowitz and others, there would be no
trial. Not so messy that way. [3]


1. Bresler, Fenton, Who Killed John Lennon? (New York: St. Martin's
Paperbacks, 1989)

2. Goulden, Joseph C, The Death Merchant. (New York: Simon and
Schuster, 1984)

2. Bresler; Judge, John, "Poolside with John Judge", Prevailing Winds,
undated interview






ITviMvrtittr Copyl



Recently I reviewed a skull film narked: NASLUNO, ROBERT and
dated 25-11, 1901. That film shews a couple of unusual
foreign bodies at the base of the skull, possibly some forn
of brain transmitters.

However, I have not examined or talked to this patient and
do not knew the pertinent history.

San Diego, CA
October G, 1903


Ingmar Wickbcn, M.D.
Professor of Radiology


Chapter 21 :




Timothy McVeigh, the man convicted of blowing up the Murrah
Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, with its resultant
toll in human lives, may have been another mind controlled
murderer. This possibility is first noted in the statements of
friends and acquaintances of McVeigh who say that his
personality dramatically changed after a counseling session that
took place after the Persian Gulf War, when he attempted to
enter Special Forces. Turned down, McVeigh is said to have
become disgruntled and left the army.

Still, "He didn't seem terribly depressed," fellow enlisted
man William Dilly said of McVeigh's mental state at the time.
Also, after McVeigh left the army, he joined the National Guard,
hardly the action of a man disillusioned with the military.
Few make the connection that McVeigh's alleged accomplice,
Terry Nichols, also left the army under mysterious
circumstances. Lana Padilla, Nichols' ex-wife, questioned the
family emergency that reportedly caused Nichols to drop out of
the military: "I've always wondered just why he was released,
less than a year after enlisting, and always been told it was
because he had to take care of [his son] Josh. But this theory
never washed with me because he'd had Josh with him all
along..." [1]

Like Lee Harvey Oswald and John Hinckley, who shot Ronald
Reagan, Timothy McVeigh may have had "doubles" of himself
active prior to the bombing. This might have been to confuse
his trail, but also possibly to incriminate him. According to the
Los Angeles Times, "The investigators said authorities theorize
that [McVeigh's companion] John Doe 2 could be two people,
and that McVeigh and his alleged conspirators could have used
different men to accompany him in order to serve as 'decoys'
and confuse investigators trying to trace his movements." [2]
The New York Times noted, "Mr. McVeigh lived in the
Kingman [Arizona] area for a year until he was evicted from a
trailer park last June. The owner of the trailer park said Mr.




McVeigh had lived there from February to June 1994. Residents
of the Canyon West Mobile Park drew a picture of an arrogant
loner who worked as a security guard for a now-defunct trucking
company, lived with his pregnant girlfriend, expressed deep
anger against the federal government and often caused trouble
for his neighbors."

Not in the headlines but only relegated to a tiny blurb on a
back page of a few papers was the news that the owner of the
trailer park later changed his mind. He said that the man had
not been Timothy McVeigh after all. "They were the same
height, the same age, they looked alike," he stated, also
mentioning that both men had recently been released from the
army. [3]

McVeigh complained that while in the army he had been
implanted with a microchip in his buttocks. One acquaintance
said that McVeigh believed he was being mind-controlled
through the chip. After McVeigh was arrested, one of the few
things that he complained about was the discomfort the chip
was causing him.

After leaving the military, McVeigh soon had ajob with Burns
International Security Services, dispatched to the Calspan
organization in Buffalo, New York. Calspan is engaged in a
number of top secret projects, working in areas such as
aeronautics, electronic warfare, microwave technology, and
electronic telemetry. Monitoring by microchip is, by definition,
electronic telemetry.

Additional possible substantiation of mind control comes
from McVeigh's army acquaintance Todd A. Regier, who said he
was "kind of cold. He wasn't enemies with anyone. He was kind
of almost like a robot. He never had a date when I knew him in
the army. I never saw him at a club. I never saw him drinking.
He never had good friends. He was a robot. Everything was for a
purpose." [4]

Walter "Mac" McCarty, a gun instructor who believed that
McVeigh and Fortier were trying to involve him in a plot in
Kingman, Arizona, also has strange things to say about the
mindset of the men who allegedly did the Oklahoma City
bombing: "He [McVeigh] was upset about things happening in
this country to the point of being disoriented... I know
brainwashing when I see it, those boys had really gotten a good
case of it." [5]

Is it possible that like Lee Harvey Oswald, as many
researchers believe, McVeigh left the army for the purpose of
being recruited into a more secret military unit engaged in




domestic work — particularly for the infiltration of the right-wing
patriot underground? This is substantiated by a letter that
Timothy McVeigh sent to his sister Jennifer, claiming that he
had been working in a military Special Forces group involved in
criminal activity. The contents of that letter, to my knowledge,
have never been mentioned in either the mainstream electronic
or print media. [6]

Recall the words of Daniel Sheehan of the Christie Institute:
"We have talked to half a dozen individuals who have told a
startlingly similar story about how, at a very young age, usually
between twenty and twenty-five, they were contacted, usually
within the context of military training, and told: 'Look, we've got
a special deal for you. You're going to come into the service
under the normal designation of being an infantryman but you're
going to leave the service after a while and you're going to have
special training, and you're going to be brought into a special
program. They're sent to special places where they are trained
by mercenaries and then they're told: 'You're going to be called
upon from time to time to do some things for us.'"


1. Padilla and Delpit, By Blood Betrayed. (New York: Harper Paperback,

2. "Feds charge Terry Nichols in bombing", Los Angeles Times, May 10,

3. "Timothy James McVeigh: Tracing One Man's Complex Path to
Extremism", New York Times, April 25, 1995; Kifner, John. "Arizona Trailer
Park Owner Remembered the Wrong Man", New York Times, April 25, 1995

4. McFadden, Robert D., New York Times, May 14, 1995

5. Schaffer, Mark, "Gun class sheds new light on McVeigh", the Arizona
Republic, May 28, 1995

6. Myers, Lawrence W., "OKC Bombing Grand Jurors Claim 'Cover-Up',
Media Bypass magazine, November 1995




Charles Manson: Leader of a mind
control cult?


Robert DeGrimston Moore, founder of The Process.


Chapter 22:




In recent years there have been an increasing number of
instances of "berserkers," people who go crazy and commit
murder. A common thread links many of these cases: their
belief that they are mind-controlled.

— The San Francisco Chronicle for March 17, 1984, featured a
story titled "Incident near White House: Gunman's bizarre
claims," detailing the arrest of a man near the White House who
claimed that he had been injected with a "crystalline implant"
that broadcast messages telling him to kill the president. A far-
fetched claim, until one remembers that the technology for such
implants does exist, and has apparently been in use for decades.

— Another case with a familiar ring to it is that of Emmanuel
Tsegaye, a 33-year-old bank teller in Bethesda, Maryland,
described as "rarely violent to others," who killed three fellow-
employees at the Chevy Chase Federal Savings Bank. In the past
he had been placed in psychiatric facilities, and had received
undefined treatments at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, a facility
infamous for CIA experimentation. Tsegaya said, in a letter to
the judge who committed him, "I used to hear... voices both
from space and as... exact repeated words... I used to hear a
person speaking from [the] distance about the things I was
speaking." Describing his state of mind after an attempted
suicide, Tsegaye wrote, "I was depressed, mentally and
physically weak... from the voices I used to hear and inadequate
sleeps." [2]

— On May 5, 1991, Carl Campbell went to a bus stop in the
parking lot of the Pentagon, and fired five gunshots into the
chest and abdomen of Navy Commander Edward J. Higgins, who
worked as an arms control specialist for the Department of
Defense. Campbell was examined by psychologists who reported
that Campbell had been haunted by voices, and believed he had
been injected with a microchip by the CIA. Although Campbell




was charged with first degree murder, he was ruled mentally
incompetent to stand trial. [3]

— On December 2, 1993, Alan Winterbourne, a computer
systems engineer, went on a killing rampage at a Ventura
County, California, unemployment office. Winterbourne had been
employed in classified scientific work, and had resigned after
complaining of harassment by workers and that his phone was
tapped. Winterbourne's problems had begun after he had
written a letter to his congressman requesting a federal
investigation of illegalities that he believed were taking place at
Northrop. Before his murderous spree he had told his sister,
"they're working on terrible things at Northrop that would kill
millions of innocent people. Things you can't imagine." [4]
— William Tager, now in prison for killing an NBC stagehand
outside the Today show studio in 1994, believed that messages
were being broadcast directly to his brain from the media. In
1986 he is reported to have been one of two men who physically
beat newsman Dan Rather, asking him repeatedly, "Kenneth,
what's the frequency?" Tager — and his accomplice — apparently
believed that Rather knew the electronic frequency of his
believed mind control bombardment. [5]

— Shortly after 9 a.m. on December 14, 1995, 26-year-old
Ralph Tortorici took hostage a history class at the State
University at Albany, New York. Tortorici shot one student in
the leg. After capture by the police, Tortorici yelled to
bystanders "Stop government experimentation!" as he was being
led away. Tortorici believes that the CIA has implanted a
microchip in his brain. [6]

— The case of Robert Joe Moody is an unusual one in the
annals of mind controlled murder. Moody was arrested for the
murder of Michelle Malone, age 36, and Pat Magda, 56. Moody
had been part of a sexual threesome with Malone and his
girlfriend, Dora Lee, while Magda was his next-door neighbor, as
well as being the wife of an Air Force officer.
Moody claimed, even before his arrest, that he was
commanded by extraterrestrial aliens, or rather, what he calls
"Extrasensory Biological Entities", to murder the two women so
that he would accomplish his "ultimate mission," to be lethally
injected and be resurrected by the alien entities. In an attempt
to explain why he was representing himself in court in October
1995, Moody said, "I have never denied my participation in
that... [but] it wasn't voluntary... I had no conscious control of
what was going on."

Mind control researcher Walter Bowart, who has written




about the Moody case, believes that even though the man has
been found competent to stand trial he is a Multiple Personality
Disorder case, switching from personality to personality during
interviews. During the jury trial, according to Bowart, Moody's
various personalities fought with each other.

Of extreme interest is the fact that Moody was trained with
the Navy Seals, had received a Top Secret clearance, and that
during his time as a Seal, he had experienced "missing time."
Moody also told the court that the EBEs had originally contacted
him while he was serving as a weather observer for military
aircraft. This took place, Moody says, shortly after he had read a
top secret government document of the crash of a flying saucer
craft with alien bodies. Might this have been the bogus MJ-12
document, and if so, who gave it to Moody?

According to Bowart, Moody may have been set up for
execution earlier than his conviction. Bowart states, "There
even was one uncomfortable moment when Prosecutor David
White placed one of the murder weapons, a large butcher knife,
in an opened bag on Moody's desk for his inspection.
"I could imagine Moody taking it, making a sudden menacing
gesture before being shot down in the crossfire of the three
deputies in the courtroom."

Prosecutor White focused on the EBE's in his closing
statements, presumably concerned that Moody might receive an
acquittal by reason of insanity. White asked, "Did the aliens
need the money to buy plutonium to fuel their spaceships?"
White's contention was that Moody was making up the aliens in
order to feign insanity for the jury. "The aliens are innocent!"
the prosecutor concluded. He may have been on to something.
As Walter Bowart said, "Many were disappointed that the
aliens were not called to testify."

The jury found Moody guilty on two counts of first degree
murder. [7]





1. Krawczyk, Glenn, "Mind Control & the New World Order," Nexus
magazine, February/March 1993

2. Constantine; Alex, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A. (Venice,
California: Feral House, 1995); The Washington Post, February 17, 1989

3. Constantine

4. Ibid.

5. Hidell, Al, "Paranotes," "Dan Learns the Frequency," Paranoia
magazine, Spring, 1997

6. "Hoffman II, Michael A., "The Invocation of Catastrophe: The
Unabom Ritual in Alchemical Process," Independent History and Research
newsletter, All Hallows Eve, 1995

7. Bowart, W.H.. "The Aliens are Innocent!: The Trial and Conviction of
a 'EBE Possessed' Serial Killer," MindNet Journal, volume 1, issues 8a, 8b, 8c,
obtained on the Internet




Chapter 23:




R.D. Laing, author of the popular The Politics of Experience and
an associate of the Tavistock Institute, probably knew what he
was talking about when he stated in an interview in Omni

"In the late 'sixties it became apparent to the elite with
responsibilities for 'control of the population' that the old idea
of putting people in the proverbial bin and keeping them there
for life — warehousing people — wasn't cost-effective. The Reagan
administration in California was one of the first to realize this.
So they had to rethink just what the name of the game was.
That has led to a schism between what is said to the general
public and what is practiced by the executive in control of
mental health. The same problem prevails across Europe and
the Third World.

"To see what is happening, look at the textbook or manual
called DSM-III: The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual on Mental
Disorders (third edition, published by the American Psychiatric
Association). Translated into economic and political terms,
mental disorder means undesired mental states and behavior.
The criteria for mental disorder in DSM-III include any unusual
perceptual experience, magical thinking, clairvoyance,
telepathy, sixth sense, sense of a person not actually present.
You're allowed to sense the presence of a dead relative for three
weeks after their death. After that it becomes a criterion of
mental disorder to have those feelings.

"...these are not exceptional examples out of DSM-III. The
overall drift is what contemporary modern psychiatry,
epitomized by this DSM manual translated into eighteen
languages, is imposing all over the world — a mandate to strip
anyone of their civil liberties, of habeas corpus; and to apply
involuntary incarceration, chemicalisation of a person, electric
shocks, and non-injurious torture; to homogenize people who
are out of line. Presented as a medical operation, it is an




undercover operation." [1]

With increased scrutinization by Congress and the American
people in the late 1970s the CIA and possibly other intelligence
agencies moved their experimentation out of the laboratories
and went underground. One of their strategies for
experimentation as well as social manipulation was in the
creation of mind control cults.

I do not maintain that all off-the-wall mystical or religious
groups practicing mental manipulation were formed by
intelligence agencies as test tubes for their projects. Examining
various groups, however, solid connections to intelligence
agencies are apparent in many of them. The apparency is that
many of these groups have been formed in this way, while others
have been infiltrated and influenced. A few examples:
— Charles Manson's leering face — with or without the
homemade swastika tattoo on his forehead — is one of the
defining images of the 1960s. It is perhaps one of the
" Changing Images of Man." Presented by the media as a
madman holding his small band of followers under his sway in
the desert, sallying forth to murder the rich and the famous,
there is much to suggest that this is not the whole of the story.
Manson was released from a California prison in 1967, and
under the stipulations of his parole reported to Roger Smith at
the Haight Ashbury Medical Clinic in San Francisco, a facility
sponsored by NIMH. The Haight Ashbury district itself was
termed a "human guinea pig farm" by one CIA agent. Dr. Louis
Jolyon West, for one, was running a mysterious safe house in the
Haight in the Summer of Love.

While in prison Manson was connected to the AMORC
Rosicrucians, the same group that Sirhan Sirhan had ties to.
Manson was also in touch with members of The Process, an
apocalyptic Scientology spinoff group, and he dubbed his own
group the Final Church using Process terminology. In San
Francisco Manson lived at 636 Cole Street while the Process
group lived at number 407, close to the center of activity in the
Haight. Manson's reported plan to unleash the apocalyptic
"Helter Skelter" revolution also seems to have been copped
straight from Process theology, but there is a familiar ring. The
"process" of The Process is identical to that of Tavistock, the
return of the blank slate, the tabula rasa through violence.
David Berkowitz, convicted for the Son of Sam murders, later
linked Manson to the L.A. -based wing of the Satanic cult he was a
member of, reportedly termed "the Children." Manson is also
alleged to have been connected to Scientology, as well as to a




coven in New Orleans whose members supposedly included
Janis Joplin and the University of Texas tower sniper Charles
Whitman. [2]

Manson's base of operation was at the Spahn Movie Ranch,
later bought out by the owners of the ranch next door, the
German Krupp family, who were key to the arming of the Third
Reich. [3]

Manson — as well as alleged RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan — are
reported to have attended drug orgies at the Polanski/Tate
mansion. Actress Sharon Tate was the daughter of an Army
Intelligence officer, and her husband, Roman Polanski, directed
the satanic-themed film Rosemary's Baby. Polanski later fled the
United States after a statutory rape accusation. British warlock
Alex Saunders claims that he personally initiated Sharon Tate
into witchcraft. Jay Sebring, another of the victims, according
to Sammy Davis Jr.'s biography, Why Me?, had acted as a high
priest at a satanic simulated sacrifice. Sebring had visited the
Spahn Ranch in the company of a woman in a wig identified as

Robert F. Kennedy is reported to have eaten dinner at the
Polanski place the day before his assassination, a connection that
may resonate with the Sirhan role in the murder.
The mansion where the five murders were committed on
August 9, 1969, at 10050 Cielo Drive, was sublet by Roman
Polanski from Terry Melcher, who was friends with Manson.
Three days before the murder, a drug dealer was publicly
whipped at Cielo. According to actor Dennis Hopper, "They had
fallen into sadism and masochism and bestiality — and they
recorded it all on videotape, too. The LA. police told me this. I
know that three days before they were killed twenty-five people
were invited to that house for a mass whipping of a dealer from
Sunset Strip who'd given them bad dope."

On August 5, shortly before the murders, Manson was at the
Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. Esalen, remarkably
enough, is a New Age capitol assisted in its founding in 1962 by
Aldous Huxley, and involved in sponsoring various kinds of
meditational training and speakers. Process founder Robert
DeGrimston is reported to have spoken at Esalen. One of the
victims of the Tate murders was Abigail Folger, the coffee
heiress. She had attended sessions at Esalen.
According to an Esalen newsletter, "Esalen started in the fall
of 1962 as a forum to bring together a wide variety of
approaches to enhancement of the human potential... including
experiential sessions involving encounter groups, sensory




awakening, gestalt awareness training, and related disciplines.
Our latest step is to fan out into the community at large, running
programs in cooperation with many different institutions,
churches, schools, hospitals, and government." In other words,
"societry," to use the terminology of another organization.
At the murder site, Tate was hung upside down in the image
of the Hanged Man Tarot card, a popular way for dispatching
occultic traitors.

Were there puppeteers other than Charlie standing behind
the Manson family murders? David Berkowitz, convicted for the
Son of Sam killings, said that Manson "volunteered to do the
killings" for someone else. One of the names that consistently
comes up in investigations of the Manson family is The Process,
but investigator Ed Sanders, who wrote a book on the Manson
family, said, "There were so many investigations going on out
there after the murders that I began to wonder if the Process
was a front for some intelligence operation."

An ex-Processan provides more solid information: "You know,
a lot of people say The Process is a fascist organization. It's
actually half-true. It was founded by the German Democratic
Party, a neo-Nazi group in Germany as a front to raise money
over here in the States. But since that time it's grown more or
less independent of the German group. I know a number of
American Nazis and fascists who won't have anything to do with
The Process. They say they don't want to be a part of a group
that's run by Europeans. "[4]

— An operation apparently sprung from the dragon's teeth of
the CIA and the Louis Jolyon West Violence Center project was
the Symbionese Liberation Army. Colston Westbrook was a Black
CIA psychological warfare expert who had participated in
Operation Phoenix in Vietnam, and was a part of Pacific
Engineering Company, a subsidiary of Pacific Corporation,
reportedly the largest CIA cut-out in the world. Time Magazine
at the time simplified things by abbreviating his credentials to
being simply a "linguist." Apparently based upon that job
description, Westbrook got a job teaching "Black Lexicon" at UC
Berkeley, then whipped up what was called the Black Cultural
Association at the infamous Vacaville Medical Facility — actually a
prison — in California. The program was organized by Donald
DeFreeze, who had been a member of the Los Angeles Police
Department's Public Disorder Unit between 1967-69.
DeFreeze, according to researcher Alex Constantine,
"described his incarceration on the prison's third floor, where
he was corralled by CIA agents who drugged him and said he




would become the leader of a radical movement and kidnap a
wealthy person. After his escape from Vacaville (an exit door
was left unlocked for him), that's exactly what he did."
Westbrook reportedly gave DeFreeze the handle "Cinque
Mtume," and worked up the cobra logo for the SLA. The same
logo was also used by alleged police agent Ron Karenga and his
US Organization. [5]

After DeFreeze escaped from Vacaville he ended up on the
doorsteps of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War and the
Venceremos Brigade, offering his services as a hit man. This is a
standard method of establishing an identity in underground
cadres, by stepping forth as the "baddest of the bad."
Joseph Remiro and Nancy Ling Perry, members of the SLA,
were political conservatives, according to researcher Mae
Brussel, "with a kill-a-Commie-for-Christ background." Both
were also drug addicts, a useful part of their profile. Bill and
Emily Harris, also members, had no discernible background in
radical politics, but came from the University of Indiana, a
school used in the recruitment of the CIA. They had worked as
a narc team for the Indiana State Police. The majority of
individuals linked to the SLA by the police, in fact, had no
earlier connection to radical politics, although several had
worked with Colston Westbrook and Donald DeFreeze at
Vacaville. [6]

On February 4, 1974, the SLA kidnapped Patricia Hearst, heir
to the Hearst newspaper fortune. She was reportedly
brainwashed and recruited as a member of the group, and was
utilized in several very visible fund-raising events held at banks.
She was arrested on September 18, 1975.

During the period that Hearst was eluding the police, there
were one or more Hearst doubles in action. Researcher John
Judge said in an interview, "There was a pick-up of somebody
who said that she wasn't Patty Hearst but she looked exactly like
her and she had gone to school up in Cleveland. A cop picked
her up, and she had a scar in the same place, and everything was
identical, but she wasn't Patty Hearst. Then an FBI agent
supposedly came into the scene and said that if she ever got
picked up again all she had to do was tell them to call this FBI
agent and he would clear her — so it was a perfect way for Patty to
move if there was an accidental pick-up — they had created a
phony double." [7]

The media inflated stories of the SLA into what seemed to be
the beginnings of a racial war — although it may have actually been
planned that way. Then the cavalry arrived. On May 17, 1974,




the headquarters of the SLA in Los Angeles was surrounded by
150 LAPD officers, 100 FBI, 100 Sheriffs Department officers,
15 highway patrolmen, and 25 motorcycle officers providing
traffic control. The cops flamed the place, with six SLA
members killed.

After the burning of the SLA headquarters, CIA-funded
psychiatrists Martin Orne, Louis Jolyon West, and Robert Jay
Lifton provided psychological pre-trial examinations of Patty
Hearst. Another psychiatrist called upon to testify in the Hearst
trial was Margaret Singer, who had studied returned Korean War
prisoners at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in
Maryland, worked with West at his Hashbury safe house, and
who provided a book blurb on Raven, by Tim Reiterman and
John Jacobs, a report on the Jim Jones' People's Temple that
conveniently overlooked information linking the group to the

Orne and Singer later turned up as directors of the False
Memory Syndrome Foundation, a group whose board is primarily
made up of CIA and military doctors. The purpose of the group
is to disprove claims of cult mind control. [8]
Here is Hearst's account of what happened after her arrest:
"When the first of the psychiatrists came to see me on
September 30, just eleven days after my arrest, I simply
crumbled under his scrutiny. I cried, murmuring and mumbling
out replies that were not answers to his questions. He thought I
was refusing to cooperate with him. This was Dr. Louis Jolyon
West, Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at UCLA,
Director of the Neuropsychiatric Institute, Psychiatrist-in-Chief
of UCLA Hospitals, a licensed M.D., Chairman of the Council on
Research and Development of the American Psychiatric
Association, psychiatric consultant to the Air Force, author of
books and studies on prisoners of war, an internationally
recognized expert in his field. I thought he had a creepy
hypnotic voice. A tall, heavy-set man who appeared to be kindly,
I suspected 'Jolly' of being too smooth, too soothing to be
trusted." [9]

Another of the shrinks to examine Hearst after her capture
was Dr. Martin Orne, a CIA/Navy doctor involved during the
1960s in mind control experiments underwritten by the Human
Ecology Fund and the Scientific Engineering Institute, both CIA
fronts. At one point Orne boasted that he received routine
briefing on all CIA behavior modification experiments. Orne is
also one of the original members of the False Memory Syndrome
Foundation, a group of psychiatrists, many of them with




backgrounds linked to the CIA, whose mission is to prove that
cult mind control and ritual child abuse does not exist. [10]
— The sound track for the '60s is of course provided by the
Grateful Dead LSD and rock and roll organization. Until the
death of leader Jerry Garcia, the Dead were arguably the most
influential "cult" in operation. The first member of the Grateful
Dead to take LSD, Robert Hunter, did so under the auspices of a
"government sponsored" Stanford University drug study. An FBI
internal memo from 1968 also mentions the employment of
Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead as an avenue "to channel youth
dissent and rebellion into more benign and non-threatening
directions." It is obvious that with their "laid-back," non-
politically involved stance, that the Grateful Dead have
performed a vital service in distracting many young persons into
drugs and mysticism, rather than politics. Whether they knew
they were performing the service is a matter of argument. [11]
— Another repository of deadheads was Jonestown, the
dystopic community established by evangelist Jim Jones in
Guyana, South America. Most of us are familiar with the tragedy:
nearly 1,000 members of the People's Temple are reported to
have committed suicide there by drinking cyanide on the orders
of Jones. But there is more to this apparent mass suicide than
meets the eye in the triangle. Jonestown, without a doubt, was
an MKULTRA project.

Suspicious associations of Jim Jones go back many years, to
the man's boyhood, and his lifelong friendship with Dan
Mitrione. Mitrione trained in the CIA-financed International
Police Academy. He may have been the source of Jones'
unexplained funding when in 1961 Jones travelled to Brazil.
Mitrione, "working closely with the CIA at that point",
accompanied him. At the time, Jones explained to his Brazilian
neighbors that he was employed by Navy Intelligence, and both
his food and the large house he and his small group lived in
were provided by the U.S. Embassy. According to a local
resident, Jones "lived like a king." At the time, Jones was
making regular trips to Belo Horizonte, the headquarters of the
CIA in Brazil. In 1963 Jones returned to the States, with an
unexplained windfall of $10,000, sufficient to launch his next
operation. [12]

In Ukiah, California, Jones established the first People's
Temple. The Happy Havens Rest Home was also set up in the
same location, guarded by electric fences, guard towers, dogs,
and armed guards dressed in black. Persons attempting to leave
the compound were sometimes forcibly restrained. There were




at least 150 foster children living at the camp, along with
elderly persons, prisoners, and psychiatric patients.
At that time the People's Temple linked up with the
Mendocino State Mental Hospital, and members of the group
were trained in medical techniques there. It is reported that in
a short while the entire staff of the mental hospital were
members of Jones' People's Temple.

California virtually handed the Mendocino State Mental
Hospital to Jim Jones on a silver platter. According to
researcher Michael Meiers, "The Mendocino Plan was a pilot
program of the federal government designed to evaluate the
feasibility of deinstitutionalizing the mentally ill. Dennis Denny,
Mendocino's Director of Social Services, has speculated that the
Mendocino Plan was the sole reason that Jim Jones moved to
Ukiah." During the period that Jones was in Ukiah, Jones'
group conducted behavior modification experiments on both the
patients in the mental hospital, and on Jones' congregation.
Jones used sensory deprivation on some of his congregation
during this period, and it is said that Jones' expertise in the
technique was passed on to Donald DeFreeze of the Symbionese
Liberation Army, who would later use the method on Patty
Hearst. [13]

In Ukiah, Jones is reported to have been in touch with CIA-
connected World Vision, an evangelical anti-Communist church
union that includes far-right church groups like Carl Mclntyre's
International Council of Christian Churches. World Vision is said
to have employed Mark David Chapman, the murderer of John
Lennon. John Hinckley, Sr., the father of the man who shot
Ronald Reagan, is a friend of Reagan's Vice President George
Bush — significant for the possible motive — and ran a World Vision
mission in Denver, Colorado. Another of Hinckley Sr.'s sons was
to have dinner with Neil Bush on the day of the attempted

Hinckley, Jr. was a prime candidate for mind control
assassination programming. He was the recipient of mood-
altering drugs from his hometown psychiatrist, and was on
Valium when he shot Reagan. His "double," a man named
Richardson, who followed Hinckley in Colorado and wrote love
letters to Jody Foster, was a follower of Carl Mclntyre. Hinckley
also claimed to have met with David Berkowitz, the "Son of
Sam" murderer, while in Colorado. [14]

In Ukiah Jim Jones hobnobbed with all the pillars of the
community, and allied himself with Walter Heady, the leader of
the local John Birch Society. Members of the People's Temple




organized voting drives for Richard Nixon, worked with the
Republican Party, and Jones was appointed chairman of the
county grand jury.

A number of persons who would soon be influential in the
People's Temple joined the group in Ukiah. According to
researcher John Judge, "Most of the top lieutenants around
Jones were from wealthy, educated backgrounds, many with
connections to the military or intelligence agencies. These
were the people who would set up the bank accounts, complex
legal actions, and financial records that put people under the
Temple's control." [15]

Among the most important of Jones' known supporters — who
knows what scoundrels might have been lurking behind the
scenes? — were the aristocratic Layton family, who financed
Jones with large sums of money, and are related to wealthy
British and German families. Dr. Lawrence Layton was Chief of
Chemical and Ecological Warfare Research at the infamous
Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah, working later at the Navy
Propellant Division, as Director of Missile and Satellite
Development. Layton's stockbroker father-in-law represented
the German I.G. Farben monolith. The parents of George Philip
Blakey, the husband of the former Debbie Layton, also had large
holdings in Solvay Drugs, a division of I.G. Farben. Blakey is
reported to have been a CIA operative and to have run
mercenaries out of Jonestown, supplying forces to the CIA-
backed UNITA in Angola. Blakey is reported to have made the
original $650,000 deposit on the land in Guyana that was to
become Jonestown. [16]

Another prominent alleged member of the People's Temple
was Timothy Stoen, the Assistant District Attorney of San
Francisco. Jones utilized his people to organize a voting drive
for Mayor Moscone, and was rewarded by being put in charge of
the San Francisco Housing Commission, a fact never mentioned
in the mainstream press. Many of Jones' followers obtained jobs
at the city Welfare Department, and were able to use those
positions to gain recruits for the Temple.

Seven mysterious deaths connected to the People's Temple
were reported in the local press, and increased scrutinization by
the media and politicians apparently led Jones to pull up stakes
and move his operation to Guyana. Guyana was not Jones' initial
choice as a site for relocation. He had earlier decided on
Grenada, and deposited $200,000 in the Grenada National Bank
in 1977. After the Jonestown massacre, $76,000 remained in
the bank.




The Jonestown location is a rich source of minerals and had
earlier been the site of a Union Carbide bauxite and manganese
mine. There had been earlier plans to bring in large numbers of
workers to the area, going back as far as 1919. In current
years, the area has been repopulated by 100,000 Laotian Hmong
people. [17]

After the Guyanese location for the People's Temple was
decided upon, it was prepared for habitation by members, with
the cooperation of local officials and the U.S. Embassy. The
Information Services Company states that "The U.S. Embassy in
Georgetown Guyana housed the Georgetown CIA station. It now
appears that the majority and perhaps all of the embassy officials
were CIA officers operating under State Department covers."
Among embassy officials verified as being agents of the CIA
are U.S. Ambassador John Burke, who attempted to stop
Congressman Leo Ryan's investigation of Jonestown; Dan
Webber, who was at the site of the massacre the following day;
and Chief Consular Officer Richard McCoy, on loan from the
Defense Department and reportedly "close" to Jones. [18]
The Jonestown compound in Guyana consisted of an
hierarchical structure with an elite composed of all white male
camp guards who received special privileges, and who were
allowed to leave the camp freely and to carry money. Some of
the white guards had been employed as mercenaries in Africa
and elsewhere. The guards survived the Jonestown tragedy.
The rest of the camp was 90% women, and 80% Black, and they
existed under slave labor conditions, working 16 to 18 hours
daily, with miserable rations. When Black members of the
Temple arrived from the United States, they were bound and
gagged before being taken to the compound. Once inside
Jonestown, perceived infractions led to forced drugging, public
rape, torture, and beatings. [19]

Jeannie Mills, a member of the People's Temple, reported
that she had seen films taken inside a Chilean torture camp,
either Colonia Dignidad or another located at Pisagua, while at
Jonestown. These camps have documented connections to the
CIA as well as to Fourth Reich Nazis, with visits reported from
the negatively notable such as Dr. Josef Mengele and Martin

The Jonestown mass suicide (or murder) was probably set off
by the arrival in Guyana of Congressman Leo Ryan, who was
perhaps the most active investigator in Washington of CIA
abuses, and arguably number one with a bullet on the CIA's
lengthy hate list. Among other accomplishments, Ryan had




Introduced the Hughes-Ryan Amendment to the National
Assistance Act, transferring the overseeing of the CIA from the
Armed Forces Committee — known for looking the other way in
matters relating to the CIA — to the International Relations
Committee of the House and Senate. [20]

Ryan had uncovered information linking the CIA to the
creation of mind control cults, including the Unification Church
of Reverend Sung Myung Moon, and the Symbionese Liberation
Army. In response to stories of atrocities at Jonestown, Ryan
decided to investigate for himself — and that determination
sealed his fate.

After travelling to Jonestown and attempting to return to the
States, Ryan, several reporters, and a Jonestown defector were
killed on an airstrip at nearby Port Kaituma, with the mass
Jonestown deaths taking place shortly afterward. Observers
reported that Ryan's group was killed by armed men who acted
like "zombies."

Cheering was heard 45 minutes after the mass death at
Jonestown, and those persons have never been accounted for.
For that matter, practically no one at Jonestown has been
accounted for. Robert Pastor, an aide to Zbigniew Brzezinski, at
the time national security advisor to Jimmy Carter, sent orders
to the U.S. military to remove "all politically sensitive papers
and forms of identification from the bodies." [21]
Dr. Mootoo, a Guyanese pathologist, was the first medical
person on the scene, and the first to examine the bodies of the
victims. Mootoo determined that there were fresh needle
marks on the left shoulder blades of 80-90% of the bodies.
Some of the victims had been shot or strangled. The gun that
Jones had reportedly used to commit suicide lay 200 feet away
from his body. Mootoo concluded to the Guyanese grand jury
that all but three of the victims had not committed suicide, but
were murdered. When autopsies were performed at Dover,
Delaware, the forensic doctors were not informed of Dr.
Mootoo's findings.

The body identified as Jim Jones did not have Jones' chest
tattoos, and was so decomposed that it was not recognizable.
Fingerprints on the body were checked twice, for no apparent
reason — could it have been that they did not match
Jones? — while his dental records were not consulted. [22]
The recovery of the bodies to the United States was botched,
with all identification removed, and a delay of a week before they
were transported. Rotting made autopsies impossible. Due to
the decomposition only 17 of the bodies could be identified in




Delaware. Although the Guyanese had initially identified 174
bodies, that information was destroyed.

There were at least 200 survivors of Jonestown, and they
were never contacted by the press. Jeannie and Al Mills, two
survivors who were planning on writing a book about Jones and
the cult, were murdered, while another survivor was murdered
in Detroit, with the perpetrator never captured. According to
John Judge, "Yet another was involved in a mass murder of
schoolchildren in Los Angeles." The acknowledged survivors of
Jonestown were represented legally in the U.S. by Joseph
Blatchford, who had been accused of being involved in the CIA
infiltration of the Peace Corps.

At the time of the Jonestown massacre, CIA agent Richard
Dwyer, Deputy Chief of Mission for the U.S. Embassy in Guyana,
was present. In a tape recording made immediately prior, Jones
can be heard saying, "Get Dwyer out of here."
At the end, Jones had accumulated assets estimated to be
between $26 million and $2 billion. The government receiver-
ship determined a figure of $10 million. Much of this money
unaccountably disappeared.

Joe Holsinger, Congressman Leo Ryan's attorney and friend,
said that a few hours after the murder of Ryan he had heard
from a White House official that "we have a CIA report from the
scene." Holsinger wrote, "The more I investigate the mysteries
of Jonestown, the more I am convinced there is something
sinister behind it all. There is no doubt in my mind that Jones
had very close CIA connections. At the time of the tragedy, the
Temple had three boats in the water off the coast. The boats
disappeared shortly afterwards. Remember, Brazil is a country
that Jones is very familiar with. He is supposed to have money
there. And it is not too far from Guyana. My own feeling is that
Jones was ambushed by CIA agents who then disappeared in the
boats. But the whole story is so mind-boggling that I'm willing
to concede he escaped with them." [23]

Not surprisingly, Louis Jolyon West wrote an article offering
the sanitized version of Jonestown — sans conflicting evidence or
CIA involvement. [24]

— Another cult with curious, somehow non-religious under-
pinnings is the Unification Church of Reverend Sun Myung
Moon, the power behind literally hundreds of fronts and
businesses internationally. Among the acquisitions of the UC are
the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut, which cost Moon a
cool $50 million, and the Washington Times newspaper, which
he admitted had set him back "close to one billion dollars."




Before its incorporation in the U.S., Moon was closely
connected to the South Korean Central Intelligence Agency
(KCIA), with four of Moon's followers in positions of prominence
in the intelligence organization.

Bo Hi Pak — one of Moon's top aides — was a liaison to U.S.
intelligence agencies for the KCIA. In 1962 he travelled to the
U.S. where he met with CIA Director John McCone, Defense
Secretary Robert McNamara, and Defense Intelligence Agency
Director General Joseph Carroll. Pak was also known to make
frequent trips to the National Security Agency at Fort Meade,

Moon has received large contributions from right-wing
politicians in Japan, and in 1970 Moon's Japanese organization
hosted the rightist World Anti-Communist League annual
conference. [25]

— The Church of Scientology is a group with incredible sway
over the minds of its adherents. The founder of the group, L.
Ron Hubbard, was reportedly a member of Naval Intelligence
during World War II, as well as being a friend and participant in
magickal workings with Jack Parsons, the head of the California
Ordo Templi Orientis group of Aleister Crowley. In one of his
recorded lectures, Hubbard describes Parsons as being the most
brilliant man he ever met. Hubbard seems to have been a
sincere Crowleyite, regardless of the protestations of the church
hierarchy. According to his son, Ron DeWolf, "He was very
interested in... the creation of what some people call the Moon
Child. It was basically an attempt to create an immaculate
conception, except by Satan rather than by God... getting a
satanic or demonic spirit to inhabit the body of a fetus. This
would come about as a result of black-magic rituals, which
included the use of hypnosis, drugs, and other dangerous and
destructive practice... He thought of himself as the Beast 666
incarnate... the Antichrist. Aleister Crowley thought of himself
as such... When Crowley died in 1947, my father decided that
he should wear the cloak of the beast and become the most
powerful being in the universe." [26]

It is quite possible that Hubbard continued to be connected
to U.S. intelligence after World War II. According to former CIA
officer Miles Copeland, "arrangements" were made between the
Agency and Scientology as well as the group Moral Re-
Armament. The CIA's covert support for MRA is confirmed by
the late CIA agent Jim Wilcott. Certainly there cannot have been
too much animosity between the CIA and Scientology, judging
from the Agency's Project Grill Flame remote viewing




experiments, in which 14 Scientologists graded "Clear" and
above participated.

According to a source quoted by Daniel Brandt, in the early
1960s Hubbard was given an award by the American Ordnance
Association. According to this source, Hubbard "was on a
friendly basis with top generals and admirals and their military-
industrial associates." [27]

— The Finders group appears to be another cult created as a
pet project of American so-called intelligence. Since 1987, the
Finders have been on a roll, expanding their real estate holdings
with properties estimated to be worth more than $2.2 million.
The Washington City Paper reports that "the Finders constantly
walk the streets, following people home and taking extensive
notes and pictures."

Researcher Daniel Brandt was contacted by members of the
Finders in 1984. They told him that they were members of the
"Information Bank," and provided gratis a computer program
that Brandt needed. One of the men who approached Brandt
was later caught rifling the files of Washington, D.C. researcher
Kris Jacobs. At that time he claimed he was from the National
Journalism Center. In another encounter, the same person
showed a business card with the legend "Hong Kong Business

According to Brandt, who visited the warehouse headquarters
of the Finders in Washington, D.C, "It was clear... that most
group members were world-class travelers, which included
travel to numerous Eastern Bloc countries. It was all a game to
them. This was a small group — perhaps 40 adults — but they had
no visible income to support their far-flung activities."
The founder of the group is retired USAF Master Sergeant
Marion David Pettie. He reportedly started the outfit as early as
the 1950s, originally calling the group the Seekers. His wife,
Isabel, was a support secretary for the CIA in Frankfurt,
Germany, from 1957-61. Pettie's son George, according to one
report, "served in the CIA's drug activities in Air America during
the Vietnam War."

"A three-page non-government memo of undetermined
origin" cited by Daniel Brandt provides additional information
about Pettie. According to the memo, Pettie began his career in
contact with a number of OSS agents, and was the chauffeur to
General Ira Eaker. He was a protege of Charles Marsh, who ran
a private intelligence agency, and received training in
counterintelligence in Baltimore and Frankfurt, Germany.
Pettie's control agent was Colonel Leonard N. Weigner of Air




Force intelligence and the CIA, and his case officer was Major
George Varga, who passed on instructions from Weigner until
Varga died in the 1970s. Pettie resigned — or should it be
"resigned"? — from the military only to don bellbottoms and
beads and plunge headlong into the counterculture.
One oft-cited incident involving the Finders took place in
1987, in Tallahassee, Florida, when the local police department
was alerted to suspicious activities, and apprehended two men
transporting six children. According to the report of the police

"The police had received an anonymous telephone call
relative to two well-dressed white men wearing suits and ties in
Myers Park, [Tallahassee], apparently watching six dirty and
unkept [sic] children in the playground area. A Mr. HOULIHAN
and AMMERMAN were near a 1980 blue Dodge van bearing the
Virginia license number XHW-557, the inside of which was later
described as foul-smelling, filled with maps, books, letters, with
a mattress situated to the rear of the van which appeared as if it
were used as a bed. The overall appearance of the van gave the
impression that all eight persons were living in it. The children
were covered with insect bites, were very dirty and most of the
children were not wearing underwear and all the children had
not been bathed in many days."

One of the arresting officers voiced suspicions about the
children being used in pornography in Mexico. A search
warrant was issued for the Finders' Washington, D.C.
headquarters, and police entered the building on February 5,
1987. Special Agents for the Department of the Treasury
Ramon Martinez and Lynwood Rountree said in their report
that, "During the course of the search warrants, numerous
documents were discovered which appeared to be concerned
with international trafficking in children, high tech transfers to
the United Kingdom and international transfer of currency."
The computer/cult connection will rear its head again.
The report continued, "Further inspection of the premises
disclosed numerous files relating to activities of the organization
in different parts of the world. Locations I observed are as
follows: London, Germany, the Bahamas, Japan, Hong Kong,
Malaysia, Africa, Costa Rica and Europe. There was also a file
identified as Palestinian. Other files were identified by member
name or 'project' name. The projects, appearing to be operated
for commercial purposes under front names for the FINDERS.
There was a file entitled 'Pentagon Break-In' and others which
referred to members operating in foreign countries. Not




observed by me but related by an MPD [Metropolitan Police
Department] officer, were intelligence files on private families
not related to the Finders. The process undertaken appears to
have been a systematic response to local newspaper
advertisements for baby-sitters, tutors, etc. A member of the
Finders would respond and gather as much information as
possible about the habits, identity, occupation, etc. of a family.
The use to which this information was to be put is still unknown.
There was also a large amount of data collected on various child
care organizations.

"The warehouse contained a large library, two kitchens, a
sauna, hot tub and a video room. The video room seemed to be
set up as an indoctrination center. It also appeared that the
organization had the capability to produce its own videos. There
were what appeared to be training areas for children and what
appeared to be an altar set up in a residential area of the
warehouse. Many jars of urine and feces were located in this

According to researcher Wendell Minnick, the author of
Spies and Provocateurs: An Encyclopedia of Espionage and
Covert Action, a telex was found in the 1987 raid that ordered,
"the purchase of two children from Hong Kong to be arranged
through a contact in the Chinese embassy there." In
substantiation, at the time of the raid a Chinese graduate in
anatomy from Georgetown University, Wang Gen-xin, was living
with the Finders.

A Washington, D.C. police detective named Bradley was
contacted by one of the officers involved in the search of the
Finders' headquarters, at which time it was agreed that the
documents seized would be reviewed within a few days. An
internal "Memo to File," dated April 13, 1987, and written by
one of the Customs agents participating in the raid reported
what ensued:

"On April 2, 1987, I arrived at MPD at approximately 9:00
AM. Detective Bradley was not available. I spoke to a third party
who was willing to discuss the case with me on a strictly 'off the
record' basis. I was advised that all the passport data had been
turned over to the State Department for their investigation. The
State Department in turn advised MPD that all travel and use of
the passports by the holders of the passports was within the law
and no action would be taken. This includes travel to Moscow,
North Korea and North Vietnam from the late 1950s to mid

The same memo also stated, "CIA made one contact and




admitted to owning the Finders organization... but that it had
"gone bad."... [I was advised] the investigation into the activity of
the Finders had become a CIA internal matter. The MPD report
has been classified Secret and was not available for review. I was
advised that the FBI had withdrawn from the investigation
several weeks prior and that the FBI Foreign Counterintelligence
Division had directed MPD not to advise the FBI Washington
Field Office of anything that had transpired. No further
information will be available. No further action will be taken."

— David Berkowitz, convicted of the "Son of Sam" New York
murder series, was a "son of Uncle Sam" and, evidence
suggests, the member of "the Children," an international satanic
murder cult with links to the military. Terry Patterson, an army
buddy of Berkowitz, stated that when Berkowitz joined the army
he entered a special program reportedly for "profiled"
candidates of an unspecified character, and was given
hallucinogenic drugs, he admits, by the "brass."
Berkowitz may have known the source of his programming, as
well. In the first handwritten missive he sent to the New York
police he wrote, "I am the 'Son of Sam.' I am a little 'brat'," the
possible implication being that he is an army brat. He also
wrote, "I am on a different wave length than everybody
else — programmed to kill." [29]

Berkowitz joined the New York Police auxiliary while in high
school, and it is reported that he was tipped off from within the
department when the police became aware that he was the — or
one of the — Son of Sam murderers. Retired NYPD detective Sgt.
Joseph Coffey has stated that he was ordered to destroy a letter
that was sent to Berkowitz by Police Commissioner Michael
Codd, and that he carried out the order. Berkowitz has said that
three members of the Yonkers police department were mem-
bers of the cult responsible for the Son of Sam murders. [30]
A letter from Berkowitz that was withheld from scrutiny for
four years by the police states, "I David Berkowitz have been
chosen since birth, to be one of the executioners of the cult."
Berkowitz estimated the cult to have several thousand members.
He linked the killing of Arlis Perry, butchered in a satanic ritual
at Stanford University in California, to members of the group in
Los Angeles. Perry had only moved to California from South
Dakota a few weeks before, and the killing was reportedly done
by the LA. group as a favor to a chapter in Bismarck, North
Dakota. The Los Angeles group supposedly counted Charles
Manson as a member before his arrest.




John Carr, nicknamed "John 'Wheaties'", the Son of Sam
(Carr), in one of the anonymous Son of Sam letters, associated
with Berkowitz, and fits the description of one of the Son of Sam
murderers. Berkowitz has confirmed the man's involvement in
the crimes. Arlis Perry was murdered on Carr's birthday. Can-
is alleged to have been involved in satanism since high school,
and was in the Air Force until being discharged a few months
before the beginning of the Son of Sam murders. He was a staff
sergeant and stationed in Minot, North Dakota, with the
headquarters of the satanic group he was associated with in
Bismarck. He travelled back and forth between North Dakota
and Yonkers, New York, where Berkowitz lived, with trips
coinciding with several of the "Son of Sam" killings.
Berkowitz was also identified by a witness as being in North
Dakota, and John Hinckley, who attempted to assassinate Ronald
Reagan, has stated that he met Berkowitz in Colorado. John
Carr was receiving psychiatric counseling during the period of
the Sam murders. After the slayings, a body identified as Carr's
was found at his home in South Dakota, allegedly murdered for
"knowing too much," but identification on the corpse was

Carr's brother Michael was an executive in Scientology and
had received therapy for a drug habit in New York. Berkowitz
insisted that Michael Carr was a member of the New York cult,
and involved in the murders. He also said that Michael and John
were members of "an offshoot, fringe" group connected to
Scientology. It is possible that this was The Process, the
apocalyptic cult formed by disaffected Scientologists Robert
DeGrimston and Mary Ann McLean DeGrimston. Charles
Manson knew members of The Process, and may have been a

Michael Carr died in a car accident at the height of the Son of
Sam investigation. The side window of Carr's sister's policeman
husband John McCabe was shot out the next night, as it was
driven by another officer taking McCabe's usual route. McCabe
had phoned in sick so that he could identify Michael Carr's body.
At almost the same time, two friends of John Carr were forced
off the road in a car in Minot. A Yonkers mailman who had been
threatened by the New York group committed suicide a month
after Berkowitz' arrest. And there were other murders
apparently linked to the coverup of the Son of Sam killings.
Abundant evidence proves that there were several persons
involved in the "Son of Sam" murders, apparently all of them
linked to a single satanic cult, although no others than




Berkowitz were arrested for the crimes. [31]

— Maria Devi Khrystos claimed that she was the reincarnation
of Christ, and predicted the end of the world on November 10,
1993. She planned to commit suicide with her estimated
12,000 followers in the White Brotherhood in St. Sophia's
Square in Kiev, the city they called the New Jerusalem.
According to the London Daily Mail, "She is young and
sexually attractive, with large, dark, kohl-smudged eyes and full
lips. Her posters, in which she wears long white robes, holds a
staff and has two fingers raised in a Christ-like gesture of peace,
are plastered across Russia from Vladivostok to the western
borders and throughout the other Slavic states, Ukraine,
Byelorussia and Moldova."

Born Marina Tsvyguna in 1960 in the Ukraine, she worked as
a newspaper and radio reporter, as well as an organizer for
Komsomol, the Soviet youth organization. She abandoned her
husband and son when she met Yuri Krigonogov, whom she later
married. Krigonogov goes by the name Ioann Vamy ("John is
with you") and is reported to resemble Rasputin in his facial
features. He had formerly been a member of the Hare Krishna
movement, but after being expelled from that group he formed
the Center for Higher Yoga in Kiev in 1990. That group was
turned into the White Brotherhood after he met Khrystos.
Suggesting that the CIA is not the only intelligence agency
implicated in the creation of cults, Krigonogov worked for four
years at the Kiev Institute for Cybernetics, in a secret KGB
laboratory, researching drugs for psychological warfare. He is
said to have learned hypnosis while working at the lab.
According to the Associated Press, "There is little doubt that
Khryvonohov [Krigonogov] writes the pastiche of prophecy,
political ravings and instructions in civil disobedience that
constitute the group's theology."

Alexander Naumov of the Ukrainian Ministry of the Interior,
speaking of the recruits for the White Brotherhood, said "They
are the top of the class, the gold medalists at school. They come
from good families, they are intelligent and receptive to ideas,
and at the same time used to behaving themselves and doing as
they are told."

White Brotherhood members are reported to live in squats,
or abandoned buildings, migrating from one location to another
to escape detection. When apprehended the followers of
Khrystos, some of them as young as four years old with many in
their early teens, have gone on hunger strikes. The members,
according to the reports of people in Kiev, all have glazed




expressions with out-of-focus eyes, and a slight smile.
"What is frightening is that they are well trained to cope with
hunger strikes," said Dr. Anatoly Gabriel of the Number One
Hospital of Kiev. "They switch into well-rehearsed mass
meditation to overcome their hunger pains."

Some psychiatric professionals in Kiev believe that there is a
secret code composed of words or music that the followers of
Khrystos are programmed to respond to, but they also confess
they are unable to undo the programming.

When individuals join the group they go through a ceremony
in which they are 'cleansed' with what is called 'Jordan Water.'
Attempting to understand the makeup of the concoction,
scientists in Kiev mixed red blood cells with the liquid and
found that it caused mutations and the destruction of the cells'
ability to create antibodies. They have speculated that Krigo-
nogov was using his expertise in biowarfare to concoct a
chemical that aided in brainwashing.

As Doomsday approached Khrystos and 60 followers were
arrested by troops as they camped inside St. Sophia's Cathedral.
"Today, Maria Devi has fulfilled her prophecy," said Khrystos.
"Two years ago, I spoke of my final sermon at St. Sophia. Today
you have captured God's house of worship, taking her as
prisoner, arresting the living God."

Three leaders of the White Brotherhood were sentenced to
prison terms on February 9, 1996, in Kiev. Members of the
group wept openly in the courtroom as Khrystos received a four-
year sentence for the seizure of public property — for invading the
cathedral. Her husband received a seven-year sentence for the
same charge and for inciting, causing public disorder, and
resisting arrest. A third group leader, Vitaliy Kovalchuk, who
terms himself Apostle Peter II, received six years on similar

Khrystos and Kovalchuk were freed from prison on August
18, 1997, by presidential amnesty commemorating the first
anniversary of the Ukraine constitution. There is no information
on whether Khrystos has re-scheduled the end of the world at
this time. [32]

— In the fall of 1994 in chalets in Granges, Switzerland, and
Morin Heights, Quebec, Canada, 53 members of the Sovereign
Order of the Solar Temple were found dead. Sixteen members
are reported to have later committed suicide, in France in 1995.
The leader of the Solar Temple, Luc Jouret, was born in the
Belgian Congo in 1947, leaving with his parents during
decolonization. Jouret attended the Free University in Belgium,




and is reported to have graduated in the mid-'70s with a degree
in medicine, although his medical credentials were later
challenged in Canada. While in school he reportedly attracted
the interest of Belgian police for Maoist activities.
After leaving school, Jouret became interested in alternative
medical therapies, including homeopathy. In 1976 he visited
the Philippines to study the techniques of spiritualist healers,
and in the early 1980s moved to the Lake Leman area between
France and Switzerland to work as a homeopathic physician,
reportedly gaining a wide following in Europe.
In the early 1980s Jouret began lecturing, catering to the
New Age movement in France. He established an organization
named Club Amenta (later the Club Atlanta), with branches in
Switzerland, France, Canada, and Martinique. Jouret's "Club"
was associated with the neo-Templarian tradition of Bernard-
Raymond Fabre-Palaprat, who claimed during the French
Revolution to be in possession of documents confirming the
continuation of the historical Knights Templar. One of the
organizational offshoots of Fabre-Palaprat's Templars was the
Sovereign Order of the Solar Temple, founded by Jacques Breyer
in 1952. That group generated another offshoot, the Renewed
Order of the Temple, formed in 1968.

The Renewed Order was founded by rightwing political
activist Julien Origas, and it was apparently Origas' Renewed
Order that Luc Jouret joined in 1983. Jouret left the Renewed
Order in 1984 to found Club Amenta.

According to documents mailed to the press before the mass
deaths of the Solar Temple group, "the Grail, Excalibur, the
Candalabra of the Seven Branches and the Ark of the Covenant
were revealed to the living witnesses, the final and faithful
Servants of the Eternal Rose+Croix. Following which false
slanders and every kind of treason and scandal, judiciously
orchestrated by different existing powers, sounded the knell for
a last attempt to regenerate the Plans of Conscience."
In 1984 Jouret founded the Club Archedia, for the more
dedicated members of his group, with another, a yet more
rarified and secret level being the International Chivalric
Organization, Solar Tradition (the French acronym being
OICTS), also known as the Solar Tradition, and later, the Solar

Jouret is said to have been a friend of Third
Position — European fascist — leader Claudio Mutti. Mutti was
jailed in 1980 for a Bologna, Italy, railroad station bombing. A
Sufi, Mutti is a proponent of the philosophy of the fascist/mystic




Baron Julius Evola.

Joseph Di Mambro, a leader in the Solar Temple, met Jouret
in the 1980s, in Geneva, Switzerland. Di Mambro ran his own
New Age group, called the Golden Way Foundation, as well as a
more secretive inner order called "the Pyramid." Di Mambro is
also said to have been an associate of an alleged organizer of the
Nazi Black International, Francois Arnoud.

Through Di Mambro were allegedly developed links with the
SAC private intelligence group in France and the P-2 Masonic
order headquartered in Italy. According to French-Canadian
journalist Pierre Tourangeau, Jouret's endeavors were financed
in part by European and South American gun-running, with
millions of dollars of profits laundered through the Bank of
Credit and Commerce International.

At about the same time as his meeting with Di Mambro,
Jouret also became associated with Julien Origas. Origas is
alleged to have been a Nazi collaborator during World War II, was
the French Grandmaster of the neo-Templar Renewed Order of
the Temple, and an associate of Arnoud's Black International
Nazi group. Origas was a confidante of Raymond Bellio, a friend
of Francois Arnoud and a writer on qabalism. After the death of
Origas in 1983 the membership of the Renewed Order of the
Temple was transferred in the main to the Solar Temple.
In early 1986 Di Mambro made contact with an Australian
Third Position leader in Geneva. In his first trip to Australia in
1986, Di Mambro is said to have held secret talks with
"individuals known to be linked to extreme Nazi-Maoist
activities in Australia." Over the next few years Di Mambro and
Jouret would collectively make 11 trips to Australia, open
several bank accounts, and start a book publishing company.
In 1993, Jouret and other members of the group in Canada
were brought to trial on illegal weapons charges. Jouret pleaded
guilty, then departed for France. According to one of the
documents mailed to the press before the mass death, "...the
year 1993 was marked in Quebec by the political-judicial scandal
perpetrated against the Order of the Solar Temple and ARCHS.
Amongst numerous members as well as the principal people in
charge, Mr. Jean-Pierre Vinet and Dr. Luc Jouret were the
victims of slander and false accusations of the most sordid kind
for many months, such as: debauchery, individual or collective
manipulation, swindling, illegal drug dealing, possession of
weapons, etc...

"Let us remember that more than 80 agents of the Security
Guard of Quebec were mobilized to launch a general




investigation of the activities of the above-mentioned
organizations. During this whole affair, the attitude of the
Security Guard of Quebec was particularly questionable, ambi-
guous and cowardly. The investigation and the different police
operations (the use of armored cars, machine guns, untimely
arrests...) carried out with a great deal of publicity, have cost
Quebec and Canadian taxpayers more than $6 million. If it were
not for its tragic and pitiful aspect, one would want to laugh at
the absurdity of the affair.

"Throughout the investigation, unscrupulous reporters
excelled in perfidious manipulations consisting of misinforming
the public. We specifically mention Mr. Pelchat, whose
responsibilities were great during this somber and nauseating

"Since no proof existed, government and police officials
strove to fabricate an evil scenario of a 'plot of terrorists whose
subversive activities were financed by dangerous sects...'"
After the mass death of the Solar Temple, variously claimed
to be suicide or murder, the Swiss magazine L'Hebdo stated that
between $127 million and $253 million had been deposited in
Australian bank accounts by the Solar Temple. These funds
were allegedly withdrawn from the accounts prior to the mass
death, but are otherwise not accounted for. [33]
— In the well-to-do suburb of Rancho Santa Fe near San Diego,
California, between March 23-25, 1997, 39 members of the
Heaven's Gate UFO cult ate phenobarbital-laced pudding, chased
it with vodka, put plastic bags over their heads, and died. The
group was founded by Marshall Herff Applewhite, the son of a
Presbyterian minister who became a family man while working
as a music professor at the University of Alabama in the 1960s.
Applewhite left his family and the college amid accusations of a
homosexual affair, and migrated to the University of St. Thomas
in Houston, Texas. Applewhite left there in 1970 due to "health
problems of an emotional nature." Allegedly suffering from
depression and hearing voices in his head, he checked into a
hospital, asking for a cure for his homosexuality. According to
Applewhite's sister he had experienced a heart attack and a
near death experience at this time — some have suggested that,
given his later career as a New Age messiah, this is the time that
Applewhite may have been contacted by an unspecified
intelligence agency and activated as a cult leader.
During this period Applewhite met Bonnie Lu Trusdale
Nettles, a New Ager who left her husband and four children for
Applewhite. They dubbed each other "Bo" and "Peep," but also




called themselves The Two, from the Book of Revelations. They
began recruiting followers for HIM, Human Individual
Metamorphoses, promising inductees that they would be leaving
on a UFO soon.

The philosophy was a typically byzantine New Age
formulation: There are two universes, one governed by physical
laws, space and time, the other referred to as the Non-Temporal
Universe, the Next Level, God, the Spiritual Ground, and the
Holodeck (from Star Trek: The Next Generation), where the
Energy God Being (EGB) exists. The Next Level is structured
like a massive Earth corporation, with a complex pyramidal
organization chart. Beings on the Next Level do not eat, but take
their nourishment straight from the EGB.

At a certain time in the past, Lucifer, a vice president of the
Next Level, and some of his followers broke away and tried to
form their own corporation. The Luciferians, according to the
HIM philosophy, are the guys who pilot the UFOs we see in the
sky, and are engaged in performing medical experiments and
cloning on human beings. The master plan of the EGB is to
harvest souls from the temporal universe every 2,000 years.
Representatives act as recruiters, and then the enlistees are
beamed to the Next Level.

The group forbade intoxicants and sex — some of the members
even going so far as to be castrated to avoid carnal desires.
Contact with families was discouraged, and the members were
monitored closely, reportedly checking in with the leader every
12 minutes during waking hours.

When the promised UFO didn't show, most of the the HIM
recruits defected, with the core of the group, about 50
members, staying together and moving from one place to
another around the country.

Apparently Applewhite and Nettles changed their names
every month or so to confuse the Luciferians who were hot on
their trail. At some point The Two began calling themselves
"Do" and "Ti," from the musical scale. In 1985 Ti died from
liver cancer.

By 1993 the cult had taken on a more public face, and started
calling themselves Heaven's Gate, announcing themselves with
an ad in USA Today declaring, "UFO Cult Resurfaces with Final
Offer." The ad promised "the last chance to advance beyond

In 1996 Heaven's Gate started a business designing Internet
Web pages, called "Higher Source Contract Enterprises." They
designed cut-rate Web pages for groups varying from a San Diego




polo club to a Christian music group. Living in a $7,000-a-
month mansion, the group is said to have become increasingly
fearful of the government.

Learning about a UFO trailing the Hale-Bopp comet from the
Art Bell radio show, the collective decided that was the sign that
they were going to be taken up from Earth. As the comet
approached the group prepared to shed their "earthly

Curiously, some of the members talked about having a Chip of
Recognition implanted in their skull, whereby they were able to
recognize Luciferians when they came into contact with them.
Whether this was a metaphor of 'spiritual sight,' or an actual
physical implant has not been determined. It is unlikely that
autopsies of the members of the group included skull x-rays.
A telling connection to Heaven's Gate was the murder of Ian
Stuart Spiro, his wife, and three children, on November 1,
1992. His family were killed in their home in San Diego, while
Spiro was later found dead in the desert. Spiro was extensively
connected to the CIA and British intelligence, and is reported to
have been involved in a wide range of spy-biz, including Iran-
Contra and the October Surprise. At the time of his murder
Spiro was assisting "Danger Man" Michael Riconisciuto in the
collection of documents substantiating the Inslaw case,
documented by myself and co-author Kenn Thomas in The
Octopus. Spiro, who lived only a short distance away from the
Heaven's Gate compound in San Diego, is alleged to have been a
member of the group. [34]


1. Laing, R.D. cited in "The New Inquisition," Glenn Krawczyk, Nexus
magazine, October/November 1994

2. Judge; Vankin, Jonathan, Conspiracies, Cover-Ups & Crimes: From
Dallas to Waco. (Lilburn, Georgia: IllumiNet Press, 1996); Terry, Maury, The
Ultimate Evil. (New York: Bantam Books, 1989)

3. Judge, John, "Poolside with John Judge," published by Prevailing
Winds, undated; Terry, Maury, The Ultimate Evil. (New York: Bantam Books,

4. Austin, E. Edwin. "The Nazi-Cocaine Connection", The Conspiracy
Tracker, issue 10; Raschke, Carl, Painted Black. (New York: Harper & Row,
1990); Judge; Blood, Linda, The New Satanists. (New York: Warner Books, 1994);
The Editors of Executive Intelligence Review, Dope, Inc. (Washington, D.C.
Executive Intelligence Review, 1992); Taylor, R.N. "The Process: A Personal
Reminiscense", in Apocalypse Culture. Adam Parfrey, ed. (Venice, California:
Feral House, 1990); Terry

5. Judge; Brussel, Mae. "Why Was Patty Hearst Kidnapped?," Paranoid
Women Collect Their Thoughts, ed. Joan D'Arc, (Providence, Rhode Island:




Paranoia Publishing, 1996); "Strange Message from Patty", Time Magazine,
April 15, 1974

6. Judge; Brussel

7. Judge, John

8. Constantine, Alex, "The False Memory Hoax," Paranoia magazine,
Winter 1995/1996; Constantine, Alex, Virtual Government. (Venice, California:
Feral House, California, 1997)

9. Krawczyk, Glenn. "The New Inquisition: Cult Awareness or the Cult of
Intelligence?" Nexus magazine, December 1994 / January 1995; Hearst, Patricia,
Every Secret Thing, cited in Krawczyk

10. Constantine, Alex. "The False Memory Hoax"

11. Lee and Shlain, Acid Dreams. (New York: Grove Press, 1985); Hidell.
Al. "Paranotes," Paranoia magazine, Winter 1995/1996

12. Meiers, Michael. Was Jonestown a CIA Medical Experiment? A
Review of the Evidence. Cited in Krawczyk, 'The New Inquisition"; Judge

13. Judge, John. "Evangelical Assassins?" The Conspiracy Tracker,
issue 8, undated; Vankin

14. Judge

15. Ibid.; Day 51:The True Story of Waco, a video produced and directed
by Richard Mosley

16. Judge

17. Information Services Company, July, 1980. Cited by Judge

18. Judge, John. "The Black Hole of Guyana," Secret and Suppressed,
Jim Keith, ed. (Portland, Oregon: Feral House, 1993)

19. Judge; Krawczyk, Glenn. "The New Inquisition: Cult Awareness or
the Cult of Intelligence?", Part 2, Nexus magazine, December 1994/January

20. Brandt, Daniel. "Cults, Anti-Cultists, and the Cult of Intelligence",
Namebase NewsLine, number 5, April- June 1994

21. Judge, "Poolside with John Judge"

22. Ibid.; Harris, William. "Jim Jones Still Alive in Brazil?", The Globe,
12 May 1981, cited in Krawczyk

23. Krawczyk

24. Judge, "Poolside with John Judge", published by Prevailing Winds,
undated; Coleman, Loren. "The Occult, MIB's, UFOs and Assassinations," The
Conspiracy Tracker, December 1985; Guffey

25. Brandt, Daniel, "Cults, Anti-Cultists, and the Cult of Intelligence,"
NameBase NewsLine, Number 5, April/June 1994

26. DeWolf, Ron. Cited in The New Satanists by Linda Blood (New York:
Warner Books, 1994)

27. Brandt

28. Alexander, A.B.H. "Sex, Drugs, the CIA, Mind Control and Your
Children," The Probe, volume 3, number 2, 1997; Brandt, Daniel. "Kooks or
Spooks?," NameBase Newsline, April-June 1994; Minnick, Wendell. "The
Finders: The CIA and the Cult of Marion David Pettie," undated article,
available on the Internet

29. Hoffman III, Michael A., Secret Societies and Psychological
Warfare. (Dresden, New York: Wiswell Ruffin House, 1992); Terry

30. Hoffman; Terry

31. Hoffman II, Michael A. "The Double Initial Murders", The
Conspiracy Tracker, issue 9

32. "Worldwide Special: On the Apocalyptic Vision of the Leader of a




Bizarre Religious Cult as She Waits for the World to End", London Daily Mail,
November 11, 1993; Kolomayets, Marta. "God in Kiev Jail Says World Ends
Sunday", Associated Press, November 1993; Kolomayets, Marta. "White
Brotherhood leaders sentenced", Ukrainian Weekly, February 18, 1996;
Gutterman, Steve. "Leader of apocalyptic cult released, Kiev Post, August 20,

33. Constantine, Alex, "The False Memory Hoax"; Douzet, Andre. "The
Treasure Trove of the Knights Templars," Nexus magazine, volume 4, number 3,
April/May 1997; Daugherty, James. "Solar Temple/Japanese Gassing/Nazi
Link," posted to alt.conspiracy discussion group on the Internet; Introvigne and
Melton. "The Solar Temple: A Preliminary Report on the Roots of a Tragedy,"
Gnosis magazine, Winter 1995

34. "Web of Death," Newsweek magazine, April 7, 1997; Vasil, Ruben, and
Love. "Close Encounters with the Fourth Reich," The Ever-Greener, November 8,






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Chapter 24:




In the twentieth century a new technology has been developed
that is startling in its power and implications. This is focused
electromagnetic broadcasting, one application of which is in
weaponry. These weapons are part of the new "non-lethal"
arsenal — a misnomer, since this weaponry might just as well be
called a death ray — touted by the military as a humane way for
conducting war in the years to come. It may also be a way of
conducting "peace" — of the 1984 and Brave New World mind-
controlled variety.

Certainly this possibility has not been overlooked, as
evidenced by the following quote from Zbigniew Brzezinski, in
his Between Two Ages: America's Role in the Technetronic Era:
"It may be possible — and tempting — to exploit for strategic-
political purposes the fruits of research on the brain and on
human behavior. Gordon J.F. MacDonald, a geophysicist special-
izing in problems of warfare, has written that artificially excited
electronic strokes 'could lead to a pattern of oscillations that
produce relatively high power levels over certain regions of the
earth... In this way, one could develop a system that would
seriously impair the brain performance of very large populations
in selected regions over an extended period.' No matter how
deeply disturbing the thought of using the environment to
manipulate behavior for national advantages to some, the
technology permitting such use will very probably develop
within the next few decades." [1]

Early electromagnetic weapons experiments were conducted

by the Japanese during World War EL Information on these

"death rays" was revealed when Japanese scientists were

interrogated. According to reports of the scientists the death ray

was never used on humans, but was tested on animals. [2]

In 1960 there were rumors of a fantastic new Soviet super

weapon employing Nikola Tesla electromagnetic technology.

With subsequent revelations about Soviet research in these

areas, it seems that these rumors were true. [3]

During the 1960s high levels of electromagnetic radiation

were detected at the American embassy in Moscow. It was de-




termined that the face of the embassy was being systematically
swept with electromagnetic emissions by the Soviets. One guess
was that a microwave beam was used to activate electronic
equipment hidden within the building; another guess was more
macabre: that the beam was being used to disrupt the nervous
systems of American workers in the embassy. Giving weight to
the latter supposition, many of the employees of the embassy
became ill. Ambassador Walter Stoessel suffered a rare blood
disease likened to leukemia, and experienced headaches and
bleeding from the eyes. At least two other employees
contracted cancer. According to researcher Alex Constantine,
rather than informing embassy personnel of what was going on,
the CIA chose to study the effects of the irradiation.
Dr. Milton Zaret, called in to investigate what was termed
"the Moscow Signal," reported that the CIA wondered "whether
I thought the electromagnetic radiation beamed at the brain
from a distance could affect the way a person might act," and,
"could microwaves be used to facilitate brainwashing or to break
down prisoners under investigation." Zaret's conclusion about
the Moscow Signal was that, "Whatever other reasons the
Russians may have had, they believed the beam would modify the
behavior of personnel." [4]

Author Len Bracken, who was present in Moscow at the time,
has stated to the author in correspondence that the microwave
radiation was beamed from a shack on a building across from the
embassy. In 1977 the microwave shack caught fire and burned.
Bracken says, "It was a Friday night and the Marine House Bar
was playing 'Burn, Baby, Burn' [i.e. "Disco Inferno"]." Bracken
also relates that "in '79 a strange box was installed in the wall in
my room [in Moscow], supposedly relating to the heating
system." [5]

Irradiation of the American embassy reportedly prompted a
response from the Americans: the Defense Advanced Research
Projects Agency's Project PANDORA, conducted at the Walter
Reed Army Institute of Research from 1965 to 1970. One
aspect of the project involved bombarding chimpanzees with
microwave radiation. Referencing a reported statement by the
head of the project, "the potential for exerting a degree of
control on human behavior by low level microwave radiation
seems to exist and he urged that the effects of microwaves be
studied for possible weapons applications."

Within three years, Dr. Gordon J.F. McDonald, a scientific
advisor to the president at the time, indicated that
"Perturbation of the environment can produce changes in




behavioral patterns." The perturbation that McDonald was
alluding to was EM waves, and the changes in behavior were
altered brain wave patterns. [6]

In 1965 the McFarlane Corporation in America came up with
the Buck Rogers-sounding "modulated electron gun X-ray
nuclear booster," a breakthrough in the "death ray" technology.
Reports indicate that the device could also be used in
communications, telemetry, and remote controlled guidance
systems. McFarlane later claimed that the system was stolen
from him by NASA, and that the principles of the acknowledged
death ray were employed in MIROS, an orbital "communications
system"; at least that is the way it was described by NASA. [7]
In 1972 the army admitted extensive research into the
effects of irradiation on life forms, and the technology of electro-
magnetic weaponry. One of the byproducts of this research led
to the invention of a powerful "electronic flame thrower." This
may have been the weapon described in a study of the U.S. Army
Mobility Equipment Research and Development Center,
"Analysis of Microwaves for Barrier Warfare," describing the use
of electromagnetic energy for an anti-personnel and vehicle
weapon. The weapon discussed in this study was stated to be
capable of producing third-degree burns on human skin. [8]
Dr. Dietrich Beischer, a German scientist employed by the
American government, irradiated 7,000 naval crewmen with
potentially harmful levels of microwave energy at the Naval
Aerospace Research Laboratory in Pensacola, Florida, and talked
about it at a symposium in 1973. Dr. Beischer disappeared soon
after the experiment. According to PANDORA alumnus Robert
O. Becker, he was to spend some time with Beischer but, "Just
before the meeting, I got a call from him. With no preamble or
explanation, he blurted out: Tm at a pay phone. I can't talk
long. They are watching me. I can't come to the meeting or
ever communicate with you again. I'm sorry. You've been a good
friend. Goodby.' Soon afterward I called his office at Pensacola
and was told, 'I'm sorry, there is no one here by that name,' just
as in the movies. A guy who had done important research there
for decades just disappeared." [9]

According to Eldon Byrd, of the Naval Surface Weapons
Center in Silver Springs, Maryland, "Between 1981 and
September 1982, the Navy commissioned me to investigate the
potential of developing electromagnetic devices that could be
used as non-lethal weapons by the Marine Corps for the purpose
of 'riot control,' hostage removal, embassy and ship security,
clandestine operations, and so on." Byrd wrote of experiments




in irradiating animals with low level electromagnetic fields,
mentioning changes in brain function, and stating that the
animals "exhibited a drastic degradation of intelligence later in
life... couldn't learn easy tasks... indicating a very definite and
irreversible damage to the central nervous system of the fetus."
The experiments went farther. Byrd wrote that, "At a certain
frequency and power intensity, they could make the animal
purr, lay down and roll over." [10]

By the early 1970s, according to Robert C. Beck, "Anecdotal
data amassed suggesting that a pocket-sized transmitter at
power levels of under 100 milliwatts could drastically alter the
moods of unsuspecting persons, and that vast geographical areas
could be surreptitiously mood manipulated by invisible and
remote transmissions of EM [electromagnetic] energy." [11]
In the late 1970s Russian negotiators at the Strategic Arms
Limitation talks (SALT II), proposed banning "a new generation
of weapons of mass destruction" employing electromagnetic
pulses. It has been suggested that the Russians, in proposing
the ban, were attempting to feel out the Americans as to the
current state of their electromagnetic weapons research. The
Americans did not seem to have a clue as to what the Russians
were talking about, and the proposal was tabled.
In fact, some Americans knew exactly what the Russians were
talking about, although the Reds had a significant head start on
several fronts. In 1959 Russian scientists Gaponov, Schneider,
and Pantell had conceived of what was called a cyclotron
resonance maser, essentially an industrial strength tunable ray
gun. Beginning about 1966, the Russians launched into a heavily
funded crash project to develop the gyrotron, another form of
electromagnetic "gun," and in 1971 they were engaged in their
first field tests with the gyrotron.

In 1975, physicists M.S. Rabinovich and A. A. Rukhadze and
others active in Russian strategic defense at the Lebedev Physics
Institute in Moscow announced that using a cyclotron resonance
maser, they had produced microwave bursts that far outstripped
anything the Americans were even theoretically proposing and
that, according to the analysis of the American military, were
powerful enough to be used in weapons applications.
A report from the American Rand Corporation at the time
concluded that the Russian experiments were part of a larger
Russian program designed for the production of electromagnetic
weaponry, centered at the Institute of Applied Physics in
Gor'kiy, Lebedev Physics Institute in Moscow, and another group
of research institutes in Tomsk. By the 1980s, it was reported,




Russian gyrotron weapons had been reduced in size so that they
would fit into a regular military truck, and had the capability of
wiping out large military implacements or, at lower frequencies,
irradiating whole towns. [12]

In 1982 the Air Force released a review of the use of
electromagnetics on life forms, saying "Currently available data
allow the projection that specially generated radio frequency
radiation (RFR) fields may pose powerful and revolutionary
antipersonnel military threats. Electroshock therapy indicates
the ability of induced electric current to completely interrupt
mental functioning for short periods of time, to obtain cognition
for longer periods and to restructure emotional response over
prolonged intervals.

"...impressed electromagnetic fields can be disruptive to
purposeful behavior and may be capable of directing and/or
interrogating such behavior. Further, the passage of
approximately 100 milliamperes through the myocardium can
lead to cardiac standstill and death, again pointing to aspeed-of-
light weapons effect. A rapidly scanning RFR system could
provide an effective stun or kill capability over a large area." [13]
In 1984 the program researching the creation of pulsed
microwaves was stepped up at Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratories. [14]

According to the Oregon Journal, in March, 1978, in a story
titled "Mysterious Radio Signals Causing Concern," the city of
Eugene was irradiated by microwaves possibly beamed from a
Navy transmitter, located several hundred miles away in
California. According to an FCC report, "microwaves were the
likely cause of several sudden illnesses among faculty
researchers at Oregon State University." Numerous residents
also complained of headaches, insomnia, fatigue, skin redness,
and hearing clicks and buzzes in the head.

A study conducted by the Pacific Northwest Center for Non-
Ionizing Radiation attributed the radiation instead to the Soviets,
stating that it was "psychoactive" and "very strongly suggesting
of achieving the objective of brain control." [15]
In September 1985, members of the Greenham Commons
Women's Peace Camp in Great Britain, a global militarization
protest camp located outside the U.S. Air Force Base at
Greenham Commons, began experiencing a wide range of
unpleasant physical symptoms including headache, depression,
disorientation, memory loss, vertigo, and changes in their
menstrual cycles. According to Dr. Rosalie Bertell and others
who researched what was going on, the symptoms were of the




type associated with exposure to radiation, and they began
shortly after security at the base was switched from human
guards to primarily electronic surveillance — this would have been
a perfect opportunity to install electromagnetic broadcasting
units disguised as surveillance equipment.

Dr. Bertell, former radar engineer Kim Besly, and others took
readings of electromagnetic levels in the area, and found that
they were as much as 100 times as strong as other nearby areas.

That the electromagnetic arsenal is being used against
citizenry in the new Russia is quite apparent from a statement
published at the end of 1991 by SovData DiaLine:
"Psychological warfare is still being used by state security
agents against people in Russia, even after the abortive August
coup," said Emilia Chirkova, a Deputy of the Zelenograd Soviet
and member of the Human Rights Commission. She recalls the
scandal surrounding the alleged bugging equipment installed
close to Boris Yeltsin's office. KGB agents admitted then that
the directional aerial in the equipment was designed for
transmission, not for reception. She believes it was part of an
attempt to affect the health of the Russian president using high-
frequency electromagnetic radiation. "The Human Rights
Committee," Chirkova said, "had warned Yeltsin about such a

Substantiation for Chirkova's allegations is provided by Victor
Sedleckij, design engineer-in-chief for the center Forma and
vice president of the League of Independent Soviet Scientists.
Sedleckij stated, "As an expert... I declare, in Kiev was launched
a mass production of psychotronic biogenerators and their tests.
I cannot assert that during the [Moscow] coup d'etat those used
were the Kiev generators... All the same, that [psychotronic
generators] were used is evident to me. What are the
psychotronic generators? They are electronic equipment which
produces the effect of guided control in human organisms. It
affects especially the left and right hemisphere of the cortex.
This is also the technology of the U.S. Project Zombie 5... I draw
on my personal experience since I am myself the designer of
such a generator." [17]

Emilia Chirkova cited several instances of the use of similar
devices. Microwave equipment had been used in 1989 and
1990 in Vladivostok and Moscow prisons, in a mental hospital in
Oryol, and in the Serb sky Institute in Moscow [also a mental
hospital], she said. During his exile in Gorky, Andrei Sakharov
noticed the presence of a high-tension electromagnetic field in




his flat. It was reported recently in the press that Ruslan
Khasbulatov, Speaker of the Russian Parliament, had to move
from his flat to another district of Moscow. High-level
electromagnetic radiation has been included among the possible
causes of the discomfort he felt in his flat.

Purported victims of psychological warfare have written to
the Russian paper. From Voronezh: "They controlled my
laughter, my thoughts, and caused pain in various parts of my
body... It all started in October 1985, after I had openly
criticized the first secretary of the City Committee of the
Communist Party."

"Sometimes voices can be heard in the head from the effect
of microwave pulse radiation which causes acoustic oscillations
in the brain," explained Gennady Shchelkunov, a radio
electronics researcher from the Istok Association. In June
1991, a group of Zelenograd deputies sent an appeal signed by
150 people to President Yeltsin, demanding an investigation
into the use of bio-electronic weapons.

An experiment conducted on Cable News Network in the
mid-1980s demonstrated the reality of electronic devices that
can project images into the mind from a distance. Physicist Dr.
Elizabeth Rausher and electrical engineer Bill VanBise built a
radio frequency "mind interference machine" using information
in the open Soviet scientific literature. According to CNN, "The
machine was inexpensive and easy to construct using parts from
a consumer electronics store. It emits a weak magnetic field
pulsed at extremely low frequency."

The network commentator, a Mr. DeCaro, said, "As the
subject of the test I was blindfolded and my ears were blocked
to prevent inadvertent clues as to what was happening. A
magnetic probe was placed about 18 inches from my head. As
the experiment began, two signal generators produced
waveform patterns that were transmitted by the magnetic probe
at about one one-thousandth of the earth's magnetic field."
Here is a partial transcript of the exchange between VanBise,
Rausher, and DeCaro during the experiment:

VanBise: Describe anything that you see.

DeCaro: I could see waveforms changing shape in my mind... A
parabola just went by...

VanBise: Oh, yeah, I did. I just flipped the switch. Parabola?
Rausher: Uh-huh.

VanBise: All right, let's see. Check this out. That's what
happened, I flipped the switch.




Rausher: Yeah!

DeCaro: OK, a spike right there!
Rausher: A spike there.
DeCaro: A tight spike.

VanBise: I dramatically changed the generator. I stepped it
by ten right here, and the intermix from the two generators was
right where you said that you saw a spike.

After the experiment, DeCaro interviewed VanBise, who said
that the technology could "induce basically what would be
considered hallucinations in people; direct them to do things
against their so-called better judgment."

DeCaro wondered, "How easy would it be to assemble a
weapon from existing off-the-shelf parts?"

"Three weeks," VanBise responded, "I could put together a
weapon that would take care of a whole town." [18]
Portable electronic mind control weapons, small enough to
be transported by truck, are now reported to be used routinely
in offensive actions by the American military, and were
employed in Grenada, Panama, and in the Gulf War. Although
officially denied, it is reported that electromagnetic mind
control weapons were used in Waco, Texas, in 1993, during the
51 -day siege on David Koresh and his followers. Video footage
taken during the siege by the British Broadcasting Company
(BBC) shows the deployment of several advanced weapons
systems, including a Soviet psychotronic weapon designed by Dr.
Igor Smirnov of the Moscow Medical Academy.
Although it is denied that such weapons were used in the
Waco massacre, the government does admit that Federal officials
"considered" using Smirnov's acoustic psycho-correction
projector on the Branch Davidians. It is also admitted that a
series of closed meetings regarding the Branch Davidians took
place beginning March 17, in northern Virginia between
Smirnov and officials of the FBI, CIA, DIA, and DARPA.
According to one participant in the talks, "There was a
strong interest among the intelligence agencies because they
had been tracking Smirnov for years, and because we know
there is evidence the Soviet Army's Special Forces used the
technology during the conflict in Afghanistan."
An account of the meetings was issued in a memorandum of
Psychotechnologies Corp of Richmond, Virginia. In the memo it
was noted that unspecified attendees of the meeting wondered
whether "psycho-correction detection, decoding and counter-
measures programs should be undertaken by the U.S." [19]




A recent news release provides information on a new
program by the National Institute of Justice, to develop "friendly
force" electromagnetic weapons for use in the U.S. According
to Microwave News, Oak Ridge National Laboratory is looking
into the possibility of "thermal guns" that would disable an
individual by causing his body to overheat, "seizure guns" that
would induce epileptic fits, and "magnetosphere guns" that
would cause a person to "see stars." [20]

In recent years, the heavy cost of research into electronic
weaponry has been subsumed into the Strategic Defense
Initiative, also known — to the chagrin of George Lucas — as the
Star Wars program. In 1993, Aldric Saucier, a scientist with the
Army's program of ballistic defense, spoke up to the House
Government Operations Committee about Star Wars funds being
channelled off into undocumented black operations. Saucier
said that as much as half of the budget intended for SDI
research, literally hundreds of millions of dollars, was
unaccounted for.


1. Brzezinski, Zbigniew, Between Two Ages: America's Role in the
Technetronic Era. (New York: The Viking Press, 1970)

2. Strategic Bombing Survey, Imperial War Museum, London. Cited in
Wall, Judy, "Synthetic Telepathy," Paranoid Women Collect Their Thoughts,
ed. Joan d'Arc. (Providence, Rhode Island: Paranoia Publishing, 1996)

3. "Krushchev Says Soviets Will Cut Forces a Third, Sees 'Fantastic
Weapon,"' New York Times, Jan. 15, 1960, cited in Wall

4. Keeler, Anna, "Remote Mind Control Technology," Secret and
Suppressed, Jim Keith, ed. (Portland, Oregon: Feral House, 1993); Brodeur, Paul,
The Zapping of America; Microwaves, Their Deadly Risk and the Cover-Up.
(Norton. New York: 1977), cited in Constantine, Alex, Psychic Dictatorship in
the U.S.A. (Portland, Oregon: Feral House, 1995); Jameson, Donald F.B., Robot
Spies of the KGB, undated clipping.

5. Bracken, Len, correspondence with the author, September 6, 1997

6. Wall; Constantine

7. Ibid.

8. Besly, Kim, Electromagnetic Pollution, cited in Wall

9. Becker, Robert O. and Selden, Gary, The Body Electric:
Electromagnetic and the Foundation of Life. (New York: William Morrow, 1985)

10. Besly, Kim. Cited in Wall; Keeler

11. Beck, Robert C. "Extreme Low Frequency Magnetic Fields and EEG
Entrainment: A Psychotronic Warfare Possibility?", Bio-Medical Research
Associates, 1977

12. "The Russian lead in radio frequency weapons," Executive
Intelligence Review, July 3, 1987

13. Final Report on Biotechnology Research Requirements for
Aeronautical Systems Through the Year 2000. AFOSR-TR-82-0643, vols. 1 and
2, July 3, 1982, cited in Wall




14. "How Russia's radio frequency weapons can kill," Executive
Intelligence Review, July 17, 1987

15. Smith, Jerry. HAARP: Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy, (1997:
AUP, Kempton, Illinois.

16. Bolman, Betsy, and members of the Ad Hoc Committee on
Electromagnetic Radiation, "The 'Zapping' of Greenham and Seneca," Peace
and Freedom, January/February 1989

17. Komsomolskaya Pravda, August 27, 1991

18. CNN, "Special Assignment", undated transcript about 1985

19. Wall; Tapscott, Mark, "DOD, Intel Agencies Look at Russian Mind
Control Technology, Claims FBI Considered Testing on Koresh", Defense
Electronics, July 1993; Moore, Jim. Operation Mind Control 1994:The History
of Mind Control. (Nashville, Tennessee: The Phoenix Foundation)

20. Schaefer, Paul, "The Politics of Control", Exotic Research Report,




Chapter 25:




The Soviets reportedly began to delve into the biological effect
of microwaves as early as 1953. A number of laboratories were
set up across the Soviet Union and in Eastern Europe, including
one at the Institute of Hygiene and Occupational Diseases,
Academy of Medical Sciences. Although the Soviets reported on
their experiments in the open literature, the parameters they
defined were insufficient for duplicating the experiments, and
some scientists in the United States questioned whether the
whole matter was disinformation. It was not. [1]
Early CIA funding provided the wherewithal for a project
launched at Honeywell, Inc. for "a method to penetrate inside a
man's mind and control his brain waves over long distance."
At the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Maitland Baldwin,
under CIA supervision, bombarded the brains of lobotomized
monkeys with radio waves. According to researcher Alex
Constantine, "His CIA monitors noted weird excesses: in one
experiment, Baldwin decapitated a monkey and transplanted its
head to the body of another, then attempted to restore it to life
with radar saturation." [2]

In 1964, CIA Director Richard Helms sent a memo to the
Warren Commission, mentioning "biological radio
communication." Helms' theorizing about such methods was
truly reminiscent of Orwell's 1984. He said, "Cybernetics [or
computer theory] can be used in the molding of a child's
character, the inculcation of knowledge and techniques, the
amassing of experience, the establishment of social behavior
patterns... all functions which can be summarized as control of
the growth processes of the individual." [3]

In 1977 Dr. Sam Koslov, the scientific assistant to the
Secretary of the Navy, was briefed on a number of current
research projects. One of them, in progress at Stanford
Research Institute, was named "ELF and Mind Control." ELF is
the acronym for extremely low frequency electromagnetic




radiation. Koslov didn't like the sound of that project and
ordered it cancelled, but according to the Washington Post, the
funding was merely diverted into a different project heading and
continued to go forward. [4]

The following report, although anonymous, provides a
detailed first person encounter with what may be government
electromagnetic testing. It was published in an underground
magazine a few years ago. I do not maintain that reports such as
these are absolute proof of government electromagnetic testing
on citizenry, but well-reasoned accounts such as the following
must be taken into consideration:

"The large black top of the Federal Building in San Francisco
looks like a giant air-conditioning vent, 50 feet tall, comprising
the entire top of the building. It is actually a radar, microwave,
and radio transparent shield for an array of communications
devices on the roof of the building. Such "blinds" on top of
government buildings are nothing unusual, it isn't necessary to
visually remind everybody that such buildings also are likenesses
of Orwell's Ministry of Information (read, CIA). And as such are
in need of systems of communications independent of civilian
mediums. Which, anyway, would be purposely interrupted in any
serious case of civil unrest.

"It is important to note three facts at this point, the purpose
of which will come clear in the end: First, the Federal Building
is located at the base of a broad hill. It is on the low rise of this
hill where San Francisco's 'Skid Row' district, the 'Tenderloin,'
uneasily rests. And so the Federal Building can be seen from
virtually any place in the Tenderloin. And let us reverse this
thought; virtually any place in the Tenderloin may be seen from
the Federal Building. And it is this unimpeded view which
brings to mind the second oddly coinciding factor; that Low
Frequency Electromagnetic emissions like television broadcasts
will not pass through earth (hills, or the horizon), nor do they
even pass very well through buildings, and so require a fairly
clear shot, unlike higher frequency emissions like radio. This is
why you have to put TV antennas on the roof.
"Now fact three; Extremely Low Frequency transmissions, or
ELFs, have been the focus of significant research by the military
intelligence machines of several governments, including our
own. ELF developments for military purposes is based on
indications that ELFs at close range seem to cause aberrations in
the thought processes of human beings, such as hallucinations,
disordered thought, confusion, aggression, depression, anger,
hopelessness. Not unlike television, a close companion to ELFs




in (he electromagnetic spectrum. It is not difficult to imagine
the value of such a weapon to our secret government, so fond of
the disruption of societies, the control and subjugation of
individuals, and of war, 'the insane death dance of paranoid

"Now with these three things in mind, consider this fourth.
Since I have had the fortune to live for three years in this ring of
hell, the Tenderloin, I have noticed something very odd. At
least 15 times I have noticed in the morning or early evening a
pronounced buzzing or humming. Very low and hard to hear.
Something like the sound which some can hear of a TV that is
on in a room, but with the volume off. And on looking for the
source of this sound, I found that it seemed to come from
everywhere and nowhere. In other words it seemed to be
coming from inside my head. I do not mean this figuratively. I
mean that my head seemed to resonate with the vibration. And I
felt that my thoughts were disrupted. The buzzing seemed to
make thoughts fall apart just before forming, like sand on a
vibrating metal plate, and I felt vaguely angry. On the third or
fourth occurrence of this, I noticed that in the wake of the
buzzing sound, an unusual number of fights could be heard
breaking out all around me. From out on the streets, and from
adjoining buildings, and apartments, came the shouts and
threats of people overcome with anger. And I thought, though at
first it seemed horrible to consider, 'Hadn't ELF subjects
reported the feeling or sound of buzzing in their heads?' and
'what better section of the population could be chosen on which
to conduct ELF experiments.' A large percentage of inner urban
dwellers are already so close to the edge that he or she is highly
likely to express any fluctuation of mood with a corresponding
fluctuation of activity which might come to the attention of the
police. In a neighborhood where aberrant behavior is common
and expected, slight increases of such behavior would go
completely unnoticed, but would be detectable by careful
observation of incoming reports to the police department. It
would be unlikely in the extreme that anyone would associate
the strange buzzing sound with unaccountable accompanying
emotional swings. Impossible that someone would suspect
secret agents of systematically barraging the politically power-
less with mood and consciousness ELF waves from atop the
Federal Building. But even if such an impossibility came to pass,
and allegations were made, would they not automatically be
discredited by the general perception of the poor (i.e.
Tenderloin inhabitants) as mentally unstable, alcoholic, drug




addicted, and of the government as an essentially well meaning
parent, who would not really ever purposely harm her children?
"Tests of ELF effects could be precisely monitored by the
existing police department recording system (at no extra cost),
all recorded on the justice system's networked national
computer system, containing exact times of complaints, record
of outcome, location, identity, profile, and criminal history of all
persons involved. Police department ignorance of the tests
would actually be desirable. The entire operation could be run
by as few as two people. ELF broadcast times would simply be
correlated with any flux of reports to the police department.
And the exact nature of the ELF effects on human emotion would
be conveniently built into the data received from police reports.
For example, an increase of domestic violence at 4%, and
suicides 2%, perhaps one or two extra stabbings during your
special hour-long broadcast of the latest ELF 'Top Ten.' A
decrease in premeditated crimes might indicate a breakdown of
thought process during the time of ELF transmission. Do you
see? A double blind experiment (neither police nor populace
have any idea) on a perfectly contained and monitored large
population of control subjects, in a typical city, with an 'in place'
monitoring system (police reports) with a plus or minus
accuracy allowance of virtually 0% since the experiment can be
performed an unlimited number of times over a period of years.
Could such malignant experiments be pulled off in any other
setting? If your aim were to induce murders, violence,
psychosis, severe depression, or suicide, you couldn't really go
calling on John Hopkins University now, could you? Anyway, the
very point of such a thing would be its use on urban populations.
Listen, you have a little country somewhere, you destabilize the
populace with ELFs and conventional means and overwhelm the
local law enforcement agencies, martial law is declared, the
democratically elected government falls. You install a corrupt
dictator. You say to the American people, 'We must send
humanitarian aid.' A hundred million dollars is allocated to the
small country. The corrupt dictator steals the goods and money,
and deposits the laundered free and clear taxpayer dollars in an
offshore American bank. Beginning to get the picture? Think of
how perfectly foolproof this is, how elegant, how appealing, how
logical, how insidious, how horrible, how possible, and all it
costs is the suffering of thousands of people.

"Postscript; last week the buzzing happened again, so loud
yet so easily dismissed against the background of city noise.
How could I prove to myself that it was not simply just coming




from my head, could I possibly have the rare hearing condition,
tinnitus, which causes ringing in the ears? I remembered a Mr.
Science experiment where the electromagnetic transparency of
various substances was being demonstrated. A portable radio
was placed into a wooden box. 'Hear that? The radio is still
playing, which means? That's right, wood is electromagnetic ally
transparent.' The radio was imprisoned in various other
containers to see what would happen. Then finally it was
wrapped in aluminum foil, and fell silent. I ran into the kitchen
and grabbed the tin foil. Pulling a three foot strip of it, I
wrapped it around my head, and the buzzing stopped." [5]
One of the strangest — and most ominous — episodes in the
history of electromagnetic irradiation research is the
construction of the network of Ground Wave Emergency
Network (GWEN) towers, in the 1980s. The GWEN towers are
almost 300 feet tall, and a 330-foot web of copper wiring
extends out from them, broadcasting bursts of very low
frequency (VLF) messages at 20 minute intervals or, from
another source, hour intervals. These towers are spaced 200
miles apart from each other and describe a straight line across
America. At this time there are 54 operational towers, although
at least 29 more are scheduled to be constructed.
It is claimed that GWEN is part of the COG (Continuity of
Government) program of the Federal Emergency Management
Agency, designed to keep government functional in the case of
disaster, including nuclear war. Some sources disagree that this
is the purpose of the project, citing the statement of Colonel
Paul Hanson, GWEN Program Director for the Air Force. Hanson
has said, "The towers will not help wage a nuclear war because
they would be destroyed in any protracted confrontation."
Others note that since the GWEN hardware is transistor based,
they are particularly vulnerable to the electromagnetic pulses of
nuclear explosions. The location of the GWEN towers is also a
matter of public record, meaning that they could easily be
targeted in case of war or even terrorist threat. [6]
Robert O. Becker, M.D., in Crosscurrents: The Perils of
Electropollution, says of GWEN: "GWEN is a superb system, in
combination with cyclotron resonance, for producing behavioral
alterations in the civilian population. The average strength of
the steady geomagnetic field varies from place to place across
the United States. Therefore, if one wished to resonate a
specific ion in living things in a specific locality, one would
require a specific frequency for that location. The spacing of
GWEN transmitters 200 miles apart across the United States




would allow such specific frequencies to be 'tailored' to the
geomagnetic-field strength in each GWEN area."
A similar system is SECOM II, composed of five broadcasting
towers in Idaho, New Mexico, Missouri, South Carolina, and
Maryland. These towers were ostensibly constructed as
communication links between a central monitoring station and
vehicles carrying nuclear weapons and nuclear materials.
SECOM II broadcasts in the 3-12 Mhz range, which,
coincidentally or not, precisely blankets the resonant frequency
of the human organism. [7]

Another group of towers is mentioned in an anonymous paper
titled "Mind Control Operations/Aquarius Group Activities," that
states, "With a general ignorance through arrogance of most
public population in the U.S. the erection of large cellular towers
being carried out under HIGH TONE and ZENO are largely going
completely unnoticed. These projects are being carried out in
private business capacities and therefore in Deep Black
Operations cover. However, public populations would be wise to
educate themselves in the construction of these seemingly
innocent towers in large population areas. The cellular 800
MHZ waves are a constant wave. Due to the great proliferation of
towers in key population areas, they will have a devastating

An oft-heard allegation is that the CIA has developed a mind
control technology they refer to as RHIC-EDOM. The acronym
stands for "Radio Hypnotic Intracerebra Control — Electronic
Dissolution of Memory," and refers to the ability to induce a
hypnotic state from a remote location, impart hypnotic
commands, and erase the memory of the programming and the
period of time that it took place in. This technology allegedly
includes electromagnetic broadcasting as well as intramuscular
implants. The erasure of memory is reportedly accomplished by
the electromagnetic stimulation of the chemical acetylcholine in
the brain.

The first mention of RHIC-EDOM was in the 1969 book Were
We Controlled? by the pseudonymous Lincoln Lawrence.
Lawrence describes RHIC-EDOM in this manner:
"It is the ultra-sophisticated application of post-hypnotic
suggestion triggered at will by radio transmission. It is a
recurring hypnotic state, reinduced automatically at intervals by
the same radio control. An individual is brought under hypnosis.
This can be done either with his knowledge — or without it by use
of narco-hypnosis, which can be brought into play under many
guises. He is then programmed to perform certain actions and




maintain certain attitudes upon radio signal."

Lawrence claimed that Lee Harvey Oswald had been
manipulated through RHIC-EDOM, but not by the Russians or
the CIA or its brethren. According to Lawrence, Oswald's
controllers had been a worldwide cabal of commodities
merchants who, through the assassination of the president,
wanted to drive stock down and make a fortune. The idea is not
entirely implausible.

The only other mention of RHIC-EDOM claiming insider
knowledge of the technology is an article by James L. Moore, in
a 1975 issue of Modern People magazine. In that article, Moore
claimed that he possessed a 350-page manual originating from
CIA sources on RHIC-EDOM. The manual had supposedly been
prepared by the CIA shortly after the murder of John F.

Verifying RHIC-EDOM are the researches of the late L.L.
Vasiliev, professor of physiology at the University of Leningrad,
who described one experiment in remote hypnosis using
undefined techniques of radio control:

"As a control of the subject's condition, when she was outside
the laboratory in another set of experiments, a radio set was
used. The results obtained indicate that the method of using
radio signals substantially enhances the experimental
possibilities. I.F. Tomaschevsky [a Russian physiologist] carried
out the first experiments with this subject at a distance of one
or two rooms, and under conditions that the participant would
not know or suspect that she would be experimented with. In
other cases, the sender was not in the same house, and someone
else observed the subject's behavior. Subsequent experiments at
considerable distances were successful. One such experiment
was carried out in the park at a distance. Mental suggestions to
go to sleep were complied with within a minute." [8]
Interesting in the context of RHIC-EDOM technology is a
statement made almost ten years after the publication of Were
We Controlled? Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, the MKULTRA heavyweight,
during questioning by Senator Richard Schweicker in 1977
Senate hearings on CIA drug testing responded as follows:

SCHWEIKER: Some of the projects under MKULTRA involved
hypnosis, is that correct?

SCHWEICKER: Did any of these projects involve something
called radio hypnotic intracerebral control, which is a
combination, as I understand it, in layman's terms, of radio




transmissions and hypnosis.
GOTTLIEB: My answer is "No."
SCHWEICKER: None whatsoever?

GOTTLIEB: Well, I am trying to be responsive to the terms
you used. As I remember it, there was a current interest,
running interest, all the time in what effects people's standing
in the field of radio energy have, and it could easily have been
that somewhere in many projects, someone was trying to see if
you could hypnotize someone easier if he was standing in a radio
beam. That would seem like a reasonable piece of research to
do. [9]

Another statement was made by J.F. Schapitz who, working
with the Department of Defense in 1974, filed the following
research proposal:

"In this investigation it will be shown that the spoken word
of the hypnotist may be conveyed by modulated electro-magnetic
energy directly into the subconscious parts of the human
brain — i.e., without employing any technical devices for receiving
or transcoding the messages and without the person exposed to
such influence having a chance to control the information input

Schapitz proposed an experiment wherein a subject would be
subconsciously told to leave the laboratory, the command
triggered by a word or action from the researcher. As in the
tricks played by stage hypnotists, Schapitz was certain that the
subject would rationalize the otherwise irrational desire to leave
the lab. Records of Schapitz' research, beyond the initial
proposal, have never been declassified. [10]

In a way, proof of the existence of RHIC-EDOM does not
much matter. It is not vitally important if Lincoln Lawrence or
James L. Moore were speaking from personal knowledge, or
simply speculation that they wanted to render more believable.
"RHIC-EDOM" is in essence just a name that describes a
technology close to or identical to others that have been
demonstrated to exist. [11]

A specific Russian mind control technology was outed by the
American Defense News in 1993, termed "acoustic psycho-
correction." According to the magazine, "The Russian capability,
demonstrated in a series of laboratory experiments dating back
to the mid-1970s, could be used to suppress riots, control
dissidents, demoralize or disable opposing forces and enhance
the performance of friendly special operations teams, sources




"Pioneered by the government-funded Department of Psycho-
Correction at the Moscow Medical Academy, acoustic psycho-
correction involves the transmission of specific commands via
static or white noise bands into the human subconscious without
upsetting other intellectual functions. Experts said that
laboratory demonstrations have shown encouraging results after
exposure of less than one minute."

Janet Morris, science fiction author and research director of
the U.S. Global Strategy Council, a Washington, D.C. think tank,
is one of the leading lights in the field of non-lethal weaponry
which in practice is a nice euphemism that includes techniques
of mind control. According to Tactical Technology magazine,
"While visiting Russia in November 1991, Morris and other
members of a team sent to investigate Russian technologies for
commercial development were invited to a demonstration of a
mind control technology. A volunteer from the U.S. team sat
down in front of a computer screen as innocuous words flashed
across the screen. The volunteer was only required to tell
which words he liked and which words he disliked. At the end
of the demonstration the Russian staff started revealing the
sensitive, innermost thoughts of the volunteer — none of which
had been previously discussed. The recorded message was
mixed with what appeared to be white noise or static, so when
played back it became undecipherable. Since there were no
more volunteers in the U.S. group, the Russians volunteered to
go upstairs and let the Americans choose a mental patient for a
demonstration. The Americans declined the offer.
"The Russians told Morris of a demonstration in which a
group of workers were outside the hospital working on the
grounds. The staff sent an acoustic psycho-correction message
via their machine to the workers telling them to put down their
tools, knock on the door of the hospital and ask if there was
anything else they could do. The workers did exactly that, the
Russians said.

"The Russians admitted to using this technology for special
operations team selection and performance enhancement and to
aid their Olympic athletes and an Antarctic exploration team.
Unlike lie detectors, this machine can determine when the
truth is spoken, according to Morris.

"Being an infrasound, very low frequency-type transmission,
the acoustic psycho-correction message is transmitted via bone
conduction. This means that earplugs will not restrict the
message. An entire body protection system would be required
to stop reception. The message, according to the Russians,




bypasses the conscious level and is acted on almost immediately.
The Russians say that the messages are acted upon with
exposure times of under one minute.

"Morris envisions this technology will be miniaturized into a
hand-held device. Presently, the International Healthline Corp.
of Richmond, Va., is planning to bring a Russian team of
specialists to the U.S. in the near future to further demonstrate
the capability. International Healthline is a private corporation
that is exploring Russian medical technologies for import to the
U.S." [12]

A specific application of electronics in mind control is in the
direct broadcasting of audible sounds, including voices, to the
human brain. In 1961, biophysicist Allen Frey, working for the
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), announced that human
beings are capable of hearing microwave broadcasts, in the case
of his experiments, what he described as buzzing or knocking
sounds. Frey suggested "stimulating the nervous system without
the damage caused by electrodes." [13]

In 1973, Dr. Joseph C.Sharp, at Walter Reed Hospital, while
in a soundproof room heard spoken words broadcast by "pulsed
microwave audiogram." Broadcast in a range between 300 MHz
to 3GHz, Sharp was able to identify words that were broadcast
without any form of electronic translation device — by direct
transmission to the brain. [14]

A 1976 Defense Intelligence Agency report credited the
Soviets with having made the same discovery as Sharp and
Grove, although this was apparently disinformation in the
interest of encouraging Congress to appropriate funding in order
to play a pretended "catch up" with the Russians. [15]
One electromagnetic weapon that transmits at the frequency
of the human nervous system is, according to researcher Harlan
Girard, manufactured by Loral Electro-Optical Systems in
Pasadena, California. In substantiation, it is reported that Loral
had previously done research on electromagnetic weaponry for
Lt. Gen. Leonard Peroots of the U.S. Air Force. Peroots is
reported to have requested a weapon that would broadcast
negative messages directly to the minds of the enemy — and
positive messages to the minds of friendly troops. [16]
A study by A.W. Guy and others, released in 1975 by the DIA,
reported on experiments to determine the particulars of the
phenomenon of audible electromagnetics, and its relation to
such things as pulse power, pulse shape, and frequency. Along
with a number of details about the nature of electromagnetic
interaction with humans and animals, Guy explained why the




microwaves were audible: microscopic thermal expansion of
brain tissues. Guy had even experimented with sending Morse
code via microwaves.

Also reported on were Soviet capabilities: "Sounds and
possibly even words which appear to be originating
intercranially can be induced by signal modulations at very low
power densities."

Dr. Robert O. Becker, in The Body Electric, commented on
the technology: "Such a device has obvious applications in covert
operations designed to drive a target crazy with 'voices' or
deliver undetected instructions to a programmed assassin."
As with many other instances of claimed mind control,
separating subjects experiencing hallucinatory voices from those
broadcast electronically is a difficult task. One possible solution
is suggested by Judy Wall, in her article "Synthetic Telepathy,"
published in 1996. Wall proposes that the effect of microwave
voices could be detected with an electroencephalograph (EEG)
machine. The main drawback to this technique is that if what-
ever agency was broadcasting the messages was aware of the use
of monitoring equipment, the messages would undoubtedly stop.
As Wall states, "While it is not a perfect solution, it is hopefully a
start towards monitoring, validating, and correcting the problem
of involuntary mind control experimentation and harassment of
innocent victims."


1. Keeler

2. Constantine, Alex, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A. (Venice,
California: Feral House, 1995)

3. Bowart, Walter, Operation Mind Control. (New York: Dell, 1978)

4. Constantine, Alex, Virtual Government. (Venice, California: Feral
House, 1997)

5. Anonymous, "ELF," Off the Deep End number 9, undated

6. New York Times, March 1, 1987

7. Schaefer, Paul, Targeting Us... and Our Earth newsletter, undated

8. Smith, Jerry, HAARP: Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy, AUP,
Kempton, Illinois); Constantine, Alex, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A.
(Venice, California: Feral House, 1995)

9. Cited in Martin Cannon, 'The Controllers: A New Hypothesis of Alien
Abductions", MUFON UFO Journal, Number 270, October, 1990

10. Schapitz, J.F., cited in Cannon

11. Lawrence, Lincoln, pseud., Were We Controlled? (New Hyde Park,
New York: University Books, 1967); Bowart; Cannon

12. Opall, Barbara, "U.S. Explores Russian Mind-Control Technology",
Defense News, January 11-17, 1993; Tactical Technology, Feb. 3, 1993

13. Bowart; Constantine, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A.

14. Smith




15. Wall, Judy, "Synthetic Telepathy," Paranoid Women Collect Their
Thoughts, edited by Joan d'Arc. (Paranoia Publishing, Providence. 1996);
Becker, Dr. Robert O., The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation
of Life. (New York: Wm. Morrow & Co., 1985)

16. Krawczyk, Glenn, "Mind Control & the New World Order," Nexus
magazine, February/March, 1993

Heaven's Gate: Mind Control
& UFOs.





Chapter 26:




Numerous persons claim to be victims of mind control by
electromagnetic irradiation, implanted brain devices, or other
means. I personally receive a great deal of mail of this sort. Are
these persons actually the victims of mind control experiments
by the government? Are they mentally disturbed individuals,
attributing their dysfunction to the outside source of the
government? I believe examples of both can be found. At the
same time I am not the type of researcher, quite common in my
experience, who believes that all such testimony is proof of
government mind control. There is such a thing as delusion,
and cases of claimed mind control should be carefully evaluated.
In favor of persons whose testimony about electromagnetic
mind control seems irrational, it is obvious that persons
undergoing this kind of harassment could be driven to madness.
They should be given the benefit of the doubt in their testimony.
Here are some examples of persons who credibly testify to their
victimization by mind control:

— Marrti Koski, a Finnish national living in Canada, in the late
1970s began receiving irrational mental messages and
experiencing an overall breakdown of his body. Koski wrote, "I
began to lose control of most of my normal functions and
emotions. It was as if someone or something could control my
sleep, my sense of smell and taste. Food was, by turns, made to
taste very salty or acidic. Sexual functions, urination, bowel
movements and basic metabolism were all affected. Finally, I
couldn't work. A welder by trade, I came to be unable to breathe
in any air contaminated by carbon dioxide. It made me salivate
excessively and foam at the mouth. By now the voices were with
me 24 hours a day. I was being talked to every waking hour. I
was allowed minimal sleep, about an hour every day. If I left my
apartment I immediately became very drowsy, yet indoors I
could not sleep. My heartbeat became erratic and finally




In December, 1979, Koski experienced a heart attack, and
was checked into the University of Alberta Hospital in
Edmonton, Canada. Now the voice that had plagued Koski
identified itself, saying that it was a spokesman for the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police, and stating that Koski had been
chosen to be a spy. The hospital would be where a portion of
Koski's training would take place. During the period that Koski
was in the hospital, he was constantly communicated to through
the intercranial voice, told not to take medication, and ordered
where to go and where not to go in the hospital.
Substantiating Koski's claims is the information that while in
the hospital he was subjected to bizarre "testing" by the
doctors, including electrical shock to his penis. Every time he
would try to go to sleep, he would be jolted by severe headaches.
Koski may have been the victim of the kind of "depatterning"
that Ewen Cameron had conducted 30 years previously in

After Koski left the hospital, there was no abatement in the
voices in his head, that had begun to call him the "Microwave
Man." This is a telling detail, since microwave transmission
would be the precise manner in which Koski would have been
controlled if his implant was genuine, and it is not probable that
he would have been aware of this, given only a layman's meager
understanding of the techniques of mind control.
Koski relates that he was given meaningless assignments to
perform, such as finding out the population of Toronto, broken
down into the number of men and women. At one point, Koski
believes that toxic gas was pumped into his apartment. Hoping
to escape his harassment, Koski returned to Finland, but the
voices did not stop. Now the content of the messages changed,
with the voices identifying themselves as being from the star
Sirius. Again, a telling detail (taken from Freemasonic lore) that
is repeated again and again among mind control victims and
alleged UFO contactees. Koski returned to Canada, still plagued
by the voices and unable to sleep.

At home in Edmonton, Koski believes that he was gassed, and
was subjected to elaborate "psychodrama" style experiments.
Determining that his believed microwave bombardment was
lessened in the open air, Koski was able to get sleep, and to
experience a lessening of the voices.

Koski wonders, "Is there something special about me that
singles me out for this kind of attack, or is it simply that "They"
are out to get me? I believe that I happen to fit a set of
characteristics that make me, or anybody with these




characteristics, a likely subject. I am single. I live alone. My
only relative in Canada lives thousands of miles from me. I do
not belong to any fraternal groups, organizations or political
parties. I have difficulty communicating with other Canadians
because of my poor spoken English. In short, I am an ideal
target because of my limited circle of acquaintances and
contacts. I believe the preparation time, in my case four years,
is designed to reinforce this isolation, to promote "strange"
behavior which further discourages friendships or contacts."
This parallels the rationale behind Dr. Cameron's usage of
immigrants in his own mind control experiments in Canada in
the 1950s. [1]

— Journalist Edward Kelly worked for an alternative news
agency in Sweden in the mid-1980s. Part of his work involved
investigating patients used in medical experimentation by
Swedish hospitals. Kelly seems to have run afoul of the
government when he contacted the Socialstyrelsen [Board of
Health and Welfare] and other appendages of the state, trying to
obtain records of hospital experimentation, and in letting them
know the kind of research he was conducting. Within a week he
became bedridden with an undefined sickness that left him
unable to walk. More than that, there were strange indications
that the sickness was not of natural origin. Papers that had been
taped or stapled to his walls rolled up or fell off the walls. When
visitors would spend time with Kelly, they also would become
sick. The house cat, who had always favored Kelly's bed, would
now not even enter the bedroom. Kelly was diagnosed with
lumbago, but the illness worsened. Taken to the hospital, he
was diagnosed with cancer. He died on the 28th of May 1985,
at Karolinska Hospital. [2]

— Another indication that the Swedish Secret Police use
citizens in mind control experimentation is that there are many
complaints about a SAPO secret base, the Tjadergarden in
Soraker just outside Sundsvall. Local residents claim that they
have experienced harmful effects from electromagnetic

The following is a portion of a letter from Tjadergarden
resident Ossian Andersson that is addressed to the Swedish
government: "...owing to the terror, harrowing persecution and
gross violations of human rights which I have been subjected to
for the last eight years, I hereby request the government to
allow me to resume a normal human existence. I am completely
without legal protection while the security police and military
researchers toy with me at their whim. My letters are to no




effect, the authorities shirk any responsibility... I am being used
as a guinea pig for weapons of ultrasonic, electromagnetic field,
acoustic and death-ray type, and my central nervous system has
been seized so that they can control my brain with micro-
electronic technology and microcomputers... The symptoms of
ultrasonic radiation are headaches, dizziness, disorientation and
visual impairment. Other symptoms are a degeneration of
intelligence with an additional effect on blood circulation and
visceral pain... Acoustic weapons do not cause injury, rather they
convey a nebulous disorientation which can shatter all one's
organized activities. These weapons work by introducing chaos
into one's life... The radiation penetrates all types of material
which I have used for protection. For instance, I built a case
with a 2 mm thick lead insulation, under which I lay at night, to
no avail... Microchips are also part of the picture, since I became
aware that they were able to control my entire rage of brain
activity. These micro-devices must have been placed in my
brain without my knowledge... It is cruel to force a pensioner
such as myself to suffer day after day and to prevent him to sleep
no more than an hour now and then."

According to researcher Robert Naeslund, himself a claimed
victim of mind control, "Since I myself have been in Soraker
and know Ossian well, I can affirm that what he describes is but
a fragment of the truly frightening nature of his torment. He is
now 82 years old, and the terror meted out to him is completely
bereft of humanitarian norms. He is being seriously exploited in
a harrowing experiment for periods of 22 hours during day and
night in which he finds it impossible to snatch even a moment's
sleep; and so it has been, with a persistent brutal intensity, for
the last 20 years. Ossian has also undergone cranial radio-
graphic examination from which the implantation of a foreign
object with cerebral connections can be confirmed." [3]
— In November 1986, two alleged Arab terrorists were tried
in West Berlin. When a guilty plea from pre-trial testimony was
read to one of the defendants, called Salameh in the newspaper
account, he said that at the time of his statement he was "not
himself." The other defendant, Hasi, stood up and said, "In the
name of Allah, commiseration, in the name of the Arab nation I
would like to explain what I had to suffer here in the Federal
Republic of Germany." Hasi said that he and his co-defendant
were tortured using transmitted voices that "paralyzed their
brains" and made them confess to crimes that they were not
guilty of. [4]

— David Fratus entered the Utah State Prison in May 1986.




His crime was second degree burglary. Fratus, in a letter dated
October 18, 1988, said that after 11 months in the prison he
"ran afoul of prison officials as a result of a minor altercation
with other inmates and what was then deemed to be a poor
attitude on my part." Among other repercussions, according to
Fratus, was that his food was tampered with, he was threatened
with carcinogens and disease organisms, and was told that his
parents would be murdered if he didn't remain silent about his
treatment in prison.

Fratus was put in solitary confinement. "Once isolated," he
reports, "some extremely peculiar things began to occur. I
became disoriented to the extent that my cell and surrounding
area would take on a surrealistic appearance as though I were
under the influence of a hallucinogenic drug, and I was plagued
by severe headaches and insomnia for weeks at a time. I had
absolutely no inkling what was happening, and after a couple
months of having some fantastically cruel games played with my
mind ultimately reducing me to a state of anxiety, the
psychiatric squad was called in to play their roles in this colossal
'set up' and I was declared to be suffering from a mental illness
after undergoing a farcical and cursory interview in duration of
no more than 15 minutes. Delusional persecution and paranoia
was, I believe, how they so conveniently labeled me. It was
obviously a deliberate and prearranged plan, and throughout
these actions the staff would make malicious comments as to,
'How are you enjoying your headaches?', 'Need some aspirin?',
and, 'Are you sleeping well, Mr. Fratus?'"

Fratus indicates, "I began to receive, or hear, high frequency
tones in my ears. Like the test pattern on a TV set. The volume
or intensity of frequencies is adjustable and some are so high
and piercing that they've literally had me climbing the walls.
When I plug my ears with cotton or fingertips, the tones are still
inside and become amplified. It's as if they had become
electrified echo chambers with the sounds coming from the
inside out. When I complained or acted out, I was beaten and
thrown into a strip cell with no clothes, mattress, toilet paper
or drinking water. Nothing — and the intensity of these
frequency transmissions would be crescendoed to maddening
levels. Much mental distress! This is still being done to me
three shifts, 24 hours a day, and the combination of these
demoralizing mental torments and sleep deprivation for weeks
on end has exacted a heavy toll on me."

Fratus describes inner torment so fine-tuned as to be
unbelievable, but in terms that makes one wonder: "They are




going into my subconscious, or memory bank, bringing forth
unpleasant memories long forgotten, and I am being punished
for past as well as present indiscretions. I can think of anything
from the past — a friend or situation from 30 years ago, for
instance, and the voice will provide names and particulars. I
have repeatedly tested and attempted to trick them on this. No
way. They have better access to what's in my head with this
nefarious invention than I do. I can converse with my
antagonists merely by thinking what I wish to say... And I
welcome you to the Twilight Zone!! How the hell is this being
done?? They are using those frequency impulses to perpetrate
some very vicious maltreatment on me. With the apparent ease
of manipulating a keyboard they can, with the flick of a switch,
strip me of all energy and motivation to where I'm forced to lie
on my bunk and stare at the wall like a zombie. I've been left in
this state for weeks at a time — literally chained to my bed
without the actual use of physical restraints, having not the
energy to walk back and forth in my cell even a few times. For
almost the entire eleven months I have continuously been made
to feel low down and chronically depressed."
Fratus talks about "the most powerful of these frequency
impulses" that were used on him. He says it is "jokingly
referred to as the 'Death Ray' by guards, and is so potent it
causes an intense physical sensation of having an electrical, or
magnetic force field combined with a vibrating tuning fork in my
head. Different parts of my brain are targeted by this thing,
causing a variety of mental and physical reactions. Sometimes I
can feel it at the base of my brain where it joins the spinal cord,
other times up in the frontal lobes, and it is in fact comparable
to a lobotomy, as it causes my brain to lock up and malfunction
to where I cannot concentrate or spell simple words... They
have, at times, assailed me with this 'Death Ray' in bursts
ranging from seconds to minutes, causing me to psychologically
bounce up and down like a human yo-yo."

Perhaps there is a lack of proof of what David Fratus has said.
But given our knowledge of mind control technology, there is
reason to believe the man's account. [5]

— A report documented by the Association of National Security
Alumni in February, 1992, concerns a Dayton, Ohio, woman
whose husband worked at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base as an
electronics engineer on a "transitional technologies" project.
While her husband was at the Industrial College of the Armed
Forces at Fort McNair, Virginia, in the mid-1980s, college
faculty requested that the woman obtain a psychological




examination, using the justification that the information
obtained would be beneficial, given the stressful nature of her
husband's job. After the psychological evaluation the woman
"became the target of massive electronic harassment and may
have been drugged on recurrent occasions." Immediately after
contacting the Electronic Surveillance Project in Silver Spring,
Maryland, associated with the National Security Alumni, the
woman's husband had her forcibly committed to a psychiatric
facility at Good Samaritan hospital, claiming that she was
suicidal. Although she was released from the hospital, according
to the woman the electronic harassment continues.
— One of the finest of current writers and researchers on the
topic of mind control is Alex Constantine, the author of Psychic
Dictatorship in the U.S.A. and Virtual Government, both
published by Feral House. Constantine believes that he
personally has been the subject of mind control programs. The
following is the text of a letter he authored and sent to the
magazine Mondo 2000 in December, 1994:

"For five years I have been the victim of a formal torture
program at the hands of the CIA. The torture is electromagnetic
and difficult to trace, retaliation for my political research linking
certain cliques in the military and federal government to cult
formation (the firm has, since the early '60s, used cults to cover
for mind control experimentation, including People's Temple,
the SLA and the Finders), drag distribution and the like.
"All of this is to say that your article on the Pentagon's
electronic weapons arsenal... was appreciated by someone who
knows first-hand their insidious potential. I hope the effect of
the article is not merely tittilation of violence-prone addicts, but
alerts your readers to the awesome threat that EM
[electromagnetic] weapons pose to human rights and political
opposition to CIA-DoD [Department of Defense] chaos and

"I have been subjected to a gruelling daily regimen of torture
rendered from a remote source. I have been burned by
microwaves, kept awake for days at a stretch by shrieking noises
in my ears, the effect of pulsed audiograms. One evening I was
hit by an infra-sound attack (the diagnosis comes from the
Association of National Security Alumni's Electronics
Surveillance Project) on my spine, the most painful experience
of my life. I was left crawling and screaming across the floor. I
could go on cataloging the tortures I've endured. My example
should serve to demonstrate that fascists do not need
concentration camps to silence political dissent. One's own




home can be transformed into a torture chamber.
"For die-hard skeptics, I can offer this proof: Two of the
leading child psychologists in the country once witnessed
magnets repelled from my cranium. When I wrote a letter to
Amnesty International about my plight (it was ignored), friends
of mine were subjected to microwave attack.

"Public interest groups monitoring federal abuses of mind
control technology tell me that there are scores of others under
assault. 'Alien' abductions have long served as a cover for the
development of electronic weaponry. Addressing the reality of
the government's mind control experimentation may lead to
public outcry against this carefully concealed attack on human

"So far the disinformationists (proponents of false memory)
have had a field day selling the rest of us out. Please continue to
expose the national disgrace of EM weapons and their sadistic
use on unwitting human targets." [6]

— The letter that follows was sent to a foreign consulate in
Houston, Texas, on December 4, 1995:
"To Whom It May Concern:

"With this letter I am requesting political asylum from your
government as an American citizen and victim of mind control
carried out presumably by the CIA. I am taking such drastic
measures because I am in fear of my life and safety and because I
have exhausted every legal and other means available to me. I
have received no assistance from the President of the United
States, the FBI, the CIA, the Attorney General, my Congressman,
to mention just a few. The fact that this technology exists and is
being used against private citizens and innocent people like
myself no one in any position of responsibility in government
will officially acknowledge.

"I hope this is an acceptable condition for political asylum. If
need be I am willing to relinquish my citizenship and be
declared stateless as a means to this end. This is a well thought-
out decision on my part and I am aware of all the ramifications
that could occur. Naturally it is not a decision that I have taken
easily, but under the circumstances it is likely that it is the only
one that will prolong my life or give me any quality of life.
"I would like to provide a chronology giving the events
leading up to this decision.

"As a university student I spent a year abroad in France and
Germany and in Paris. I met a German university graduate
whom I later married. We eventually returned to Germany to
live after we finished our studies in the U.S. (I did my BA. and




he did a postgraduate degree in international business). A few
years later we were divorced in Munich, Germany. I then
became a graduate student and teacher, and resided for almost
ten years in what was then West Berlin, Germany. There was
nothing unusual in my life until the year 1983. At that time I co-
taught a parapsychology course in the Community College system
of West Berlin. A friend attended this class and brought a guest.
The guest whom I will call 'C.L.' and I became friends later.
Through these people I got to know some other new
acquaintances and whether these people are incidental to, or
pivotal figures in what later transpired is something that can
only be speculated about. However, a certain pattern would
appear to emerge from this.

"One of the persons I got to know casually was Peggy Woolsey
who had worked as secretary to Richard Helms, former head of
the CIA in Iran (He was there during the coup). Peggy would
often tell me about her life in Iran. Once when I was in her
apartment having a drink I discovered at least an inch of
sediment on the bottom of my drink. I commented on this and
was told it was the 'Berlin water'. Another time I went to East
Berlin in her car with diplomatic plates and felt a strange mood
of paranoia almost as if I was hallucinating. I remember Peggy
asking me where the Russian embassy was. I remember
thinking, 'How should I know?' In fact, I was at that time so
naive I had not realized there was a Russian embassy in West
Berlin. I had crossed the border previously primarily to go to
the opera or theater or to buy books (German literature classics
in cheap editions). I had the impression that something strange
was transpiring. It was during this time that I was on three
occasions, at three different locations, talked to during my sleep
by people I was acquainted with. On these occasions I had
awakened abruptly during my sleep and became aware of what
was transpiring. I went to the U.S. Consulate and named names.
After this I was harassed by a man in a white car who would
drive by my apartment and when in close proximity, would zap
me with an electrical field of some sort. He was very brazen. I
would find my body pulsating during my sleep especially at the
base of my spine, but my whole body would vibrate as well and I
would see flashing lights on my wall. I had to go to the U.S.
Consulate several times and they expressed disbelief in what I
was saying, rudely stating: Who would be interested in you — you
have no important political or military contacts. Ultimately I
decided to return to the U.S. where I did not know what would
be in store for me when I returned to a living hell and




unbelievable torture, abuse, and experimentation.
"In retrospect the only conclusion that makes reasonable
sense is that I must have exposed a CIA operation. I was then
classified as a 'write-off or expendable as a human being. By
some unfortunate decision I was designated for a constant
monitoring, inhuman method of electronic incarceration
utilizing intracerebral microwave induction of voices. This is
one of several sadistic approaches they have used to destroy my
life. So for 13 years now I have never known one moment of
privacy, or peace. My entire life has been stolen from me. My
apartment serves them as the cage of a guinea pig.
"What they attempted to do with very crude, unsophisticated
human input (not to say criminal and immoral) coupled with an
electronic technology totally unknown to the public was to set
up some artificial controls (or 'handlers') utilizing the voice and
emotive responses of some individuals recognizable to me and
get them to 'control' my behavior by the use of positive and
negative reinforcement. These were not 'voices' talking to me
live but were a whole catalog of reactions that were activated in
my brain by some means. For example if I did something they
did not like they would use the voice characteristics of 'C
crying or whining or expressing despair. Thus the same
expression would be played over and over again like canned
laughter on a TV quiz program. I might hear the same emotive
phrase played over five times in one day however absurd that
may seem. When they realized that I was not being hoodwinked
or deceived into thinking that this was a real person (and
naturally they selected the voices of former lovers) they did not
attempt to project this artifice but instead would harass me with
the voices. Often I was interrupted at what I was doing at the
rate of once a minute throughout the day. At other times it was
once every four minutes. At other times every time I made a
decision, drew a conclusion from something, or followed
instructions it was reinforced. The implication being that these
swine were in charge of my behavior and thinking. This reaches
the point of fanatic absurdity on their part. And it still continues
even as I type this. They are constantly trying to reinforce or
keep in place their repulsive 'program'.

"Here are some examples: Through a business contact I got
to know 'S.' and every time I met with her it was euphorically
reinforced. This was something I could not fathom. I would
think why are not my friendships with 'V.', 'E.J.', or others
reinforced like this. It did not make sense to me as S. was a
rather unsophisticated but warm-hearted Iranian hairdresser.




Later I discovered that under the Shah, S. had been married to a
judge, connected in high places, had hidden people in her home
and had had to flee when her husband was arrested.
"I think that one of the things they had planned to use was to
start relationships with certain targeted individuals. They kept
up a rabid campaign to get me to re-establish a contact with a
foreign national who reputedly had intelligence contacts. I
refused but they never stopped harassing me. They tried to
establish a whole associational network of things supposedly
characteristic of this person to constantly keep him in my mind
which was revolting to the extreme. So I frequently formed the
impression that I was constantly dealing with people who were
my intellectual inferiors, ignorant provincials who were in a mad
rush to use their high-tech equipment on any designated victim.
The irony of all this pain and suffering was that the same things
could have been achieved by very conventional and mundane
methods. But this high-tech equipment was being used by
individuals very unlike myself where I had the feeling I was
being corrupted by the association, that I was being polluted by
the contact and as a result I feel I have lost or had murdered my
spirituality, my refinement, my dignity and privacy as a woman,
my idealism, my joy in living, my sexuality, my feelings of
freedom, my comfort zone, i.e. all that had once been the
essential ingredients of my life.

"Their sadism knows no bounds. They will talk with you and
make it a point of letting you know that they are watching you
while you are on the toilet, for example.

"Needless to say, I attempted suicide but was stopped in the
woods by another motorist.

"I would be more than happy to reveal their whole mind
control program but there is not enough time now.
"What happened to precipitate this decision to seek asylum is
that I discovered that there were other victims on whom the
same or similar technology was being used and began
networking with them and sharing information with plans of
going public and getting organized. I was also able to upgrade
and expand my technical knowledge and met victims of the
CIA's Project Monarch and MKULTRA.

"I then started to get heart palpitations of a severe nature
and my thyroid would be microwaved so that it would pulsate. I
would awaken with a field directly to my stomach and intestines
(the genital stimulation during sleep was by now old-hat) so that
my midriff would be sore. When I would cover my thyroid with
my hands to shield it I would later have arthritic- similar pains in




my hands. I woke up two days ago with pain in my left armpit
and both groin lymph nodes. I am afraid I am being 'taken out.'
One of the deprogrammers and most knowledgeable persons on
the CIA's codes, techniques and tactics has been suddenly
diagnosed with terminal cancer that apparently appeared out of

"I fear for my safety. I have gone to extremes to protect
myself — trying to set up improvised Faraday cages, sleeping on
the bathroom floor, wrapping myself in copper, aluminum, and
the ringing is terrible — the program that gets activated during
my REM sleep especially. And last night for the first time they
actually used some equipment that lifted my body out of the
galvanized aluminum shields I had erected. I was actually
knocked backwards. I then tried to write this letter at home
but my electric typewriter malfunctioned — when I would hit the
'n' key I would get 'q' for example.

"Your speedy attention to this urgent matter would certainly
be appreciated.

"Sincerely, CP. Austin, Texas" [7]

— In an open letter titled "Modern Human Experimentation/
Torture" Dave Bader describes his believed victimization by
mind control:

"I have been the unwitting subject of a painful and inhumane
mind manipulation project for nearly three years now without a
clue how to combat it because it is invisible and, for the first
year, beyond my comprehension. After applying for a security
clearance for my job as a LAN administrator for a D.O.D.
contractor in California (Titan Research and Technology), I was
mentally invaded by unknown to me members of this
government. I have no idea what the goal of this torture
treatment is, it makes no sense at all other than to drive me
crazy and lose all faith in my fellow man and our so called
democratic society...

"My real life nightmare began in mid- January 1993 about six
months after applying for a security clearance for my job at a
defense contractor in Northridge, California and less than a
month after a major dental procedure by a dentist referred to
me by the company (Dr. Pasternak). One day in January 1993 I
began hearing voices talking to me in my mind (although I was
not aware where they originated from at first) and a high
pitched tone in my ears like a very high frequency radio wave
that pulses. I cannot remember the exact date and time because
it was the most traumatic experience I've had in my life, and my
concern was not to document times and dates at the moment.




The voices were at a high enough volume to sound like it was a
person in the room with me. At first I believed someone had
tampered with my stereo equipment or put speakers in my
walls. This was proven false when I went for a walk to escape
and I continued to hear the voices. I proved this by plugging my
ears, the sound comes from the center of my head. Learning
this took me from fright to near psychosis because of their
constant attack and my mind not accepting the unacceptable

"As the days/weeks/months/years went by at an accelerated
rate due to the traumatic stress, I did seek an answer by getting
an x-ray of my head (I suspected some kind of device had been
implanted in me because I had been to a dentist for an
extraction just prior to the invasion). Also the night prior I was
driving back from Van Nuys [California], (being severely tortured
by the voices) when I stopped for a light, I looked at the car
next to me and the man had his head tilted up and was pointing
to a spot in his neck which later turned out to be the exact
location of the object. Who this was, I will never know. I got the
x-ray from a general practice doctor claiming that I felt pain in
my throat and wanted to see if everything was OK. The x-ray
showed a small metal object below my jaw directly under where
my tooth was extracted. I asked the doctor if it could have
accidentally fallen there due to the procedure, he replied that it
was nearly impossible because it was located below the jaw in
the soft tissue of my neck and it would require drilling through
the jaw bone. I then spilled the beans and told him the truth,
thinking stupidly that he would understand and be on my side
with the evidence we just found. I asked him to refer me to
someone who could remove it and I made an appointment for an
ear/nose/throat doctor (the first ear/nose/throat I have seen),
but the GP strongly suggested that I see a psychiatrist first. I
assured him that I knew the correct course of action to solve my
problem. I went to the ENT doctor and he gave me a bullshit
examination then he asked what I wanted. I said that I wanted
the metal object that showed on the x-rays removed. He said
that it was like searching for a needle in a haystack and that it
should not be removed. I protested and said I would sign a
waver. He said that he wouldn't do it without a clearance from a
psychiatrist (obviously the two doctors had spoken). I went to a
psychiatrist and told him my situation, he responded as
expected, he told me that I was suffering from a mental illness
and could offer me his costly time and drugs but wouldn't sign
anything related to removal of my foreign object. I went to




another ear/nose/throat doctor and got more x-rays showing the
same thing, but this time I didn't mention anything about my
situation and stuck to the story about pain in my throat. He sent
me to get a CAT scan, I did so and his final judgment was it
would be like searching for a needle in a haystack and didn't
want to do it. Since then I moved to Washington and changed
jobs (trying to escape). I have been to two more doctors and got
the same results.

"The voices started mildly like they were announcing their
presence (on a Friday, I think). They spoke to me like they
were friends but would evade all questions as to who they were
and how they were doing it. This was maddening, but at the
same time I couldn't imagine it lasting more than a few days as
some kind of a sick joke. Monday came after a weekend that
could fill a book (they played up every fear I could come up with
to explain their existence, like a torture chamber where your
worst nightmares come true). At this time I was speaking to
them verbally as I expected they were talking to me by some
means (maybe having everywhere I go bugged and speakered.
Which was much more acceptable to my mind than the fact that
my own mind was bugged)."

Bader details other aspects of his torment, and says, "The
most notable effect on my life is that they turned me into an
alcoholic to cope with the psychological pain and to get to sleep
(they did not stop when I decided I should sleep, nor did they
stop while I was sleeping, for that matter). They woke me up at
two hour intervals making real sleep impossible. This sleep
deprivation left me in a zombie-like state and less able to handle
their audio attacks..."

"After a few weeks they became violent, meaning they didn't
pretend they were my friends and used the pitch and volume of
their usually synthesized voices as a weapon. I woke up to a
screeching psychopathic woman's voice uttering high-pitched
nonsense. Background noise severely worsens the effects of
their electronic/verbal attack, for instance, being near
machinery that whines or hums makes their voices unbearable.
On the other hand being in complete silence is just as bad
because the voices have a sickening electronic sound that you
are completely aware is coming from between your ears.
Basically every waking moment is a painful thing that is to be
coped with in one way or another...

"During the most violent period the voices were synthesized
to sound like "monsters," low and ultra high-pitched that made
my ear drums pulse. What they said was either painful nonsense




(repetition of words or sentences: 'I'm in your mind, I'm in your
mind, I'm in your mind,' a synthesized male voice that went in
circles like a tape in an endless loop). The goal seemed to be to
weaken me mentally, which worked but also drove me into
furious rage with no one to confront. Can you imagine how
maddening it is to be mentally tortured with no way to fight

"Voices are not the extent of my torture. In the second year
of my electronic harassment I have been electrically shocked,
had involuntary limb movement (the muscles in my left arm
convulse), and very painful pressure in my head, not like a
headache but a feeling like your head is about to explode, as well
as a tickling sensation in my ears, usually while trying to fall
asleep or at key moments. Their techniques and timing are not
known to me, the pressure in my head was almost always while
driving (seeming to be at key moments) and the shocks were
usually while trying to relax or sleep or while thinking about
their presence, they like me to ignore them and punish me
when I don't.

"A normal day for me consists of waking up to their
presence... This starts with a slow chanting of bullshit with no
meaning. By the time I get in the shower (a dreaded place
because the sound of the water amplified their voices in a
sickening way) my mind still half asleep sometimes mimics
them causing me to mumble what they are saying. Now it is less
severe in the morning, unlike the morning terror they put me
through the first year, making me think some kind of restraints
have been put on them, or maybe they just don't want me to die
of a heart attack just yet... I drive to work and they torment my
mind more and more as the day progresses... It gets worse after
work when I try to relax they speak more rapidly sometimes
driving me into a frenzy. Often while diverting my attention
watching TV or something I will say a complete or partial
sentence that obviously didn't originate from me telling me that
they can manipulate the speech related part of my brain...
"I know a lot of the above sounds completely paranoid (you
would have to be there). In fact this is the barest glimpse into
my life for the last two and a half years...

"My Conclusions: I have no idea as to the extent of the
knowledge and or acceptance of the extremes of my situation, it
makes me sick to think about it. Regardless of me personally, I
ask you to consider the information presented here. Maybe I am
one of the few that knows it is absolute fact from personal
experience, but I also know how hard it is to convince an




unknowing person of an unbelievable fact. Especially when faced
with misinformation.

"This technology is real, and we have a lot to worry about and
a lot to do to correct it. With this technology it is possible for
unknowing citizens to be subjected to laboratory rat like
experimentation, as in my case. But more importantly it can be
used to ultimately control civilization, by mental eavesdropping
or manipulation for political, business, or other reasons. What i(
boils down to is the complete loss of human rights and privacy.
George Orwell had a pretty good vision of the future in 1984. He
was lacking in the technology, but right on about Big Brother. If
a small voice speaks out about corruption it is stamped out or
made a fool of. Even more horrifying than telescreens, is direct
access to the human mind by a race of people that are still
producing nuclear weapons and lying about crimes a half century
old. Please don't let it continue!" [8]


1. Koski, Marrti, Untitled research paper, Stockholm: Mediaecco, 1993

2. Naeslund, Robert. "An Open Letter to the Swedish Prime Minister
Regarding Electromagnetic Terror", Stockholm: Mediaecco, 1993. Secret and
Suppressed, Jim Keith, ed. (Portland, Oregon: Feral House, 1994)

3. Ibid.

4. Frankfurther Allgemeine Zeitung, November 18, 1985 5. Fratus,
David, letter of October 18, 1988, obtained from the Internet, copy in the
author's possession

6. Constantine, Alex, letter to the editor, Mondo 2000 magazine,
December, 1994

7. Anonymous, text obtained on the Internet

8. Bader, Dave, "Modern Human Experimentation/Torture", text
obtained on the Internet




Chapter 27:




There are even more awesome uses for the new breed of
electromagnetics. Now the means for influencing and
controlling entire populations is in the hands of the ruling elite.
In 1972, Dr. Gordon J.F. McDonald gave testimony before the
House Subcommittee on Oceans and International Environment
on the issue of electromagnetic weapons used for mind control
and mental disruption. McDonald stated, "The basic notion was
to create, between the electrically charged ionosphere in the
higher part of the atmosphere and conducting layers of the
surface of the Earth, this neutral cavity, to create waves,
electrical waves that would be tuned to the brainwaves... about
ten cycles per second... you can produce changes in behavioral
patterns or in responses."

In the late 1970s electromagnetic weapons came into their
own, and the proof of this may be the sudden drop in ozone
levels reported internationally. On February 24, 1987, the PBS-
TV network show NOVA announced that a hole had been
discovered in the ozone layer above the Antarctic. According to
the NOVA commentator, "Antarctica — the coldest place on
Earth. Here a mysterious change has been detected in a vital
element in the atmosphere. This invisible layer 15 miles high
acts as a sunscreen around the Earth — our only protection from

"Scientists warn that ozone depletion" could cause "major
effects on human health, including: higher incidence of skin
cancer, cataracts, and depression of the immune system. Losses
of ozone would affect climate, damage the growth of plants and
disturb the food chain."

The cause of the depletion of ozone, according to the
mainstream media, was the release of chlorofluorocarbon (CFC)
gases into the atmosphere of the type used in refrigerators,
solvents, air conditioning, and insulation, but in September,
1987, Omni magazine may have offered a clue to the real culprit.




According to that magazine, "An obscure group of scientists,
working for the British Antarctic Survey, stumbled upon the
ozone hole. Joseph Farman, leader of the group... noticed a
sharp decrease in column-ozone every September and October,
starting in 1977..."

These dates for the sudden depletion in ozone levels were
confirmed by the February 16, 1986, edition of the Sunday
Oklahoman, which stated: "The ominous thing about the ozone
drop is the rapidity with which it is developing. Until about
1977, there was no indication it had changed by any substantial
amount since the late 1950s. But it has really fallen off the table
in the past few years."

The Washington Post for July 29, 1987, quoted Robert
Watson, employed by NASA, as saying that until recently
scientists were "worried that a 5 percent change [in ozone
levels] over the next century could be adverse. Instead of 5
percent, we're looking at 50 percent in only 10 years... This
was absolutely unexpected; it's caught our attention.'
Three months later the Washington Post was reporting a
drop in ozone levels up to 97% at some locations over the
Antarctic, drops in ozone over the United States, and a drifting
ozone hole that passed over the eastern U.S. Noted were
outbreaks of 'solar retinitis,' or sunburnt eyes in the eastern
United States, as well as an 83% increase in cases of skin cancer
in the U.S. [1]

What had caused the reported sudden depletion in ozone
levels? Although there has been nary a hint of it in the
mainstream press, there are strong indications — including a
precise time correlation with the discovery of the ozone
holes — that it was electromagnetic bombardment of the

The Soviets have long been interested in the work of Nikola
Tesla, and on July 4, 1976, that interest paid off. The Soviets
fired up seven Tesla magnifying transmitters located at
Chernobyl, beaming 10 herz of energy into the ionosophere and
creating an energetic standing wave that stretched from Chile to
Alaska. At the same time, three Soviet satellites coordinated
this irradiation of the upper atmosphere. These signals were
detected all over the world, and were known as the "Russian
Woodpecker" due to the chattering interference they produced
on radio receivers. [2]

Describing the effects of the Tesla magnifying transmitter,
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Bearden, lecturing at a symposium of
the U.S. Psychotronics Association in 1981, said, "Tesla found




that he could set up standing waves... in the earth (the molten
core of the earth), or, just set it up through the rocks — the
telluric activity in the rocks would furnish activity into these
waves and one would get more potential energy in those waves
than he put in. He called the concept the magnifying

Bearden stated of the Tesla transmitters, "They will go
through anything. What you do is that you set up a standing wave
through the earth and the molten core of the earth begins to
feed that wave (we are talking Tesla now). When you have that
standing wave, you have set up a triode. What you've done is that
the molten core of the earth is feeding the energy and it's like
your signal — that you are putting in — is gating the grid of a
triode... Then what you do is that you change the frequency. If
you change the frequency one way (start to dephase it) you dump
the energy up in the atmosphere beyond the point on the other
side of the earth that you focused upon. You start ionizing the
air, you can change the weather flow patterns (jet streams,
etc.) — you can change all of that — if you dump it gradually, real
gradually — you influence the heck out of the weather. It's a great
weather machine. If you dump it sharply, you don't get a little
ionization like that. You will get flashes and fireballs (plasma)
that will come down on the surfaces of the earth... you can cause
enormous weather changes over entire regions by playing that
thing back and forth."
Weather changes and more.

According to a United Press International report of
December 22, 1977, "a series of mysterious atmospheric
explosions were reported along the New Jersey shore last night
for the third time this month... Police said the explosions were
preceded by a series of rumblings. On December 2, there were
two similar incidents, but the Federal Aviation Administration,
the Civil Aeronautics Board and the Nuclear Regulatory
Commission have been unable to offer any explanation for the

Other effects have been attributed to the Russian
Woodpeckers by Dr. Andrija Puharich, in a research paper titled
Global Magnetic Warfare. Puharich stated that controlled
earthquakes could be set off by the Russians using this
technology, and that, "Of the many great earthquakes of 1976,
there is one that demands special attention — the July 28, 1976
Tangshan, China earthquake." Tangshan was devastated with
650,000 persons dead.

Almost a year later, the New York Times, on June 5, 1977,




recounted curious precursor events to the Tangshan quake,
stating that, "just before the first tremor at 3:42 AM, the sky lit
up 'like daylight.' The multi-hued lights, mainly white and red,
were seen up to 200 miles away. Leaves on many trees were
burned to a crisp and growing vegetables were scorched on one
side, as if by a fireball."

In 1978, Dr. Robert Beck reported on ELF fields related to
mood alterations in Canadians. Beck and another researcher,
William Bise, noted changes in the behavior and brain wave
patterns of persons in the Pacific Northwest, attributing them to
the Russian Woodpecker broadcasts.

In 1984, Thomas Bearden delivered another talk entitled
"Soviet Weather Warfare Over North America." Bearden noted
the existence of hitherto-unseen weather patterns and cloud
formations in North America since the Russian Woodpeckers
had gone into operation. These, he maintained, were the
signature of the Tesla magnifying transmitter. One cloud
pattern that Bearden mentioned was a "giant radial," resembling
the Japanese "rising sun" symbol with rays radiating out of a
central circle.

Bearden expanded on the capabilities of the Russian
Woodpeckers, the technology employing electromagnetic waves
of pure potential: "By interfering two beams of such scalar waves
at a distance, a scalar interferometer is produced. By slow
rotation of the transmitter, the entire distant interference
zones — and the highs and lows — can be moved along. This
scheme then allows the capturing and movement of high cloud
masses, direct manipulation of high and low pressure areas,
diversion of jet streams, and extensive Soviet control over the
weather patterns of North America." [3]

By the 1970s the Americans were struggling to come into
parity with the Russians in terms of the new technology.
Concerned with advances in Russian technology, in the 1970s
the Americans launched Project Nile Blue, later renamed
Climate Dynamics.

Reportedly as part of a secret Soviet/U.S. Polar warming pact,
the Americans began to broadcast their own ELF signals at 30
Hertz. Signals broadcast at 30 Hertz are reportedly far less
dangerous than the Soviet 10 Hertz signals, which have been
speculated to cause weakened immune systems, effects on mood
and cognitive processes, and increased vulnerability to a host of
diseases, some of them newly manufactured in laboratories.
According to the P.A.C.E. Newsletter, "ELF fields usually
propagate vertically to the ground, creating 'Standing Waves'




that tend to go down towards the Earth's core and up to the
various strata of the biosphere. Like their ultraviolet photon
counterparts from the sun, they can redistribute energy and
momentum in the [atmospheric] troposphere through cumulus

It has been suggested ELF-induced charges in the ion
electrical effects perturb the electric current and field patterns
of the field circuit of the atmosphere, a field whose existence is
established by 'classical' thunderstorm activity theory. It is
known that the microphysics of the surface level atmosphere
and other strata are dependent on atmospheric electric state."

A story in the New York Times for December 16, 1980,
alluded to American ELF transmissions: "Scientists in Antarctica
believe they have probably created an aurora over Quebec. The
aurora should have resulted from an experiment conducted... to
interfere with the earth's magnetic field lines that extend from
Antarctica to Canada. Electrons forming the earth-encircling
radiation belt normally are trapped in paths that spiral around
the magnetic field lines and reverse direction as they near the
earth at each end of the magnetic arc. If their paths are
perturbed by radio waves, they fail to reverse and plunge into
the atmosphere.

"When specific radio frequencies are transmitted, their
effects (which can include electron showers, perturbations of
the earth's magnetism and disturbances in the radio-reflecting
layers of the upper atmosphere) should all oscillate at a tempo
matching that of the transmitted signal." [5]

The Washington Times of February 4, 1986, noted the
existence of ELF generators located in Norway and Alaska, and
said that scientists in Alaska "manipulate and orchestrate aurora
displays by beaming powerful radio waves up from the ground.
Recent tests have also indicated that a related phenomenon, the
polar electrojet, a 'river of electricity flowing through the upper
atmosphere,' may have a practical application." [6]
At the same time, apparent cover stories were issued, such as
a report in the Washington Post that said, "Powerful radio waves,
generated by navigational beacons on earth are causing Electron
Rain' to fall into the earth's upper atmosphere from the Van
Allen radiation belts thousands of miles out in space, a team of
researchers from four universities has found." [7]
When the satellite Ginga, or Galaxy, was launched by the
Japanese in February 1987 it was described as a mission to
detect X-ray emissions from the stars. But, as is often the case




in space research, it had another purpose: to detect radiation
from Chinese and Russian underground nuclear weapons testing.
One of the concerns of the Japanese was that atmospheric
currents would carry radiation leakage from Central Asia directly
across the airstream of Japan.

In June Ginga detected massive gamma ray bursts and,
contacting NASA, the Japanese were informed that the probable
source of the radiation was the Russian Kosmos 1900 satellite,
supposedly used for oceanic observation. Further testing
confirmed that the radiation was coming from the Kosmos 1900.

This Russian satellite and others were being used in a
program run by Sergei Korolev, the "father" of the Sputnik, in
the radioactive "seeding" of the Van Allen upper atmospheric
belts. Satellites carrying nuclear reactors would fire pulses of
electromagnetic energy into the ionosphere. The purpose of
Kosmos 1900 was the creation of an electromagnetic "mirror"
for the reflection of Russian-originated ELF beams.
On October 1, 1996, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory
Karasin on a visit to Tokyo announced that Russia would
participate with Japan in the creation of a joint missile defense
system. Boris Yeltsin had earlier proposed a joint defense
system to the Americans. The overall plan was, in fact, a
tripartite defense system aimed at countering the Chinese
threat. [9]

There are many curious phenomena taking place in the world
today, suggesting that advanced electronic weapons such as
those discussed above are in operation. As an example, in 1985
a number of arson specialists investigating the large number of
forest fires that were taking place in central California came to
the conclusion that the fires had started high in the trees. At
the time of the fires there had been no reports of lightning. Is it
possible that this was an example of the testing of space-based
Star Wars-style weaponry? [10]






1. Washington Post, March 10, 1987 and October 28, 1987; Washington
Times, September 15, 1987

2. Anonymous, "Electromagnetic Weapons in the Australian Outback,"
Archipelago, reprinted in Leading Edge number 98; P.A.C.E. (Planetary
Association for Clean Energy) Newsletter, March 1980; Thomas, William.
"Target: Ozone! The Military Maestros' Secret Plan to Pluck the Earth's
Ionosphere Like a HAARP," Paranoia magazine, fall, 1995

3. Smith, Jerry. HAARP: Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy, (1997:
AUP, Kempton, Illinois.

4. P.A.C.E. Newsletter, March 1986

5. New York Times, December 16, 1980

6. Washington Times, February 4, 1986

7. Washington Post, December 7, 1987

8. Anonymous, "Electromagnetic Weapons in the Australian Outback,"
Archipelago, reprinted in Leading Edge number 98

9. Anonymous, "Electromagnetic Weapons"

10. Forest, Waves. "Space-Age Snowjob", Now What #3


Maria Devi Khrystos: Ukrainian mind control cult?




Delgado's experiments with electric stimulation of the brain
and the dialation and constriction of pupils with these monkeys.
Bottom: Dialation of the left pupil and constriction of the right
pupil by stimulation of the hypothalamus.


Chapter 28;




On August 11, 1987, U.S. patent number 4,686,605 was issued
to Dr. Bernard J. Eastlund. The New York Times of August 15,
1987, said that Dr. Eastlund is "a physicist and an expert on
oilfield development, who is a consultant for the Atlantic
Richfield Oil Company (ARCO)... Mr. Eastlund assigned the
patent rights to APTI, Inc., a Los Angeles subsidiary of Atlantic

The patent said that the technology is able to:
"Cause... total disruption of communications over a very large
portion of the Earth... disrupting not only land-based
communications, but also airborne communications and sea
communications (both surface and subsurface)... missile or
aircraft destruction, deflection, or confusion... weather
modification... by altering solar absorption... Ozone, nitrogen, etc.
concentrations could be artificially increased..."
In an assessment of Dr. Eastlund's discoveries on National
Public Radio one month later, it was reported that "Dr. Eastlund
stated that his new invention could be used to change the
weather by redirecting the very high wind patterns. The
invention would use an earth-based power source to create
electromagnetic radio waves and focus them way up in the
atmosphere. Dr. Eastlund says the invention could steer jet
streams, but could also be used to disrupt communications all
over the world, and perhaps, most significantly, might be used
to destroy or deflect a missile attack." Eastlund's brainchild is,
in fact, a Tesla magnifying transmitter, and two reference
sources in the patent itself are about Tesla technology.
Eastlund was interviewed on the radio show, and said, "I am
not happy, personally, that the patent was issued publicly. This
particular patent was under an initial secrecy order by the
Patent Office. But, as I understand it, the Patent Office does not
keep secret, basic fundamental information, which they
interpreted this patent to be. Specific discussion of military




applications is secret — proprietary also. It's what they wanted to
do." [1]

The first apparent usage of the technology of patent
4,686,605 was HAARP, the High-frequency Active Auroral
Research Program, run by the Department of Defense, the Air
Force's Phillips Laboratory, and the Office of Naval Research.
Although the military has denied that the patent is related to
HAARP, Eastlund's responses put the obvious lie to that.
HAARP is a huge electromagnetic broadcasting facility located
in Gakona, Alaska, on the site of an abandoned over-the-horizon
radar installation. Covering 58 acres, the complex consists of
360 high frequency antennae towers aimed at the sky. The cost
of the project is between $25 million and $30 million. The
official description of the project is "a major Arctic facility for
upper atmospheric and solar- terrestrial research."
Here is a quote from Eastlund's patent:

"In the past several years, substantial effort has been made to
understand and explain the phenomena involved in belts of
trapped electrons and ions, and to explore the possible ways to
control and use these phenomena for beneficial purposes. For
example, in the late 1950s and the early 1960s both the United
States and the USSR detonated a series of nuclear devices of
various yields to generate large numbers of charged particles at
various altitudes, e.g., 200 kilometers or greater...
"This can cause confusion of or interference with or even
complete disruption of guidance systems employed by even the
most sophisticated of airplanes and missiles. The ability to
employ and transmit over very wide areas of the Earth a plurality
of electromagnetic waves of varying frequencies, and to change
same at will in a random manner, provides a unique ability to
interfere with all modes of communication, land, sea, and/or air,
at the same time. Because of the unique juxtaposition of usable
fuel source at the point where desirable field-lines intersect the
Earth's surface, such wide-ranging and complete
communication interference can be achieved in a reasonably
short period of time... Thus, this invention provides the ability
to put unprecedented amounts of power in the Earth's
atmosphere at strategic locations and to maintain the power
injection level, particularly if random pulsing is employed, in a
manner far more precise and better controlled than heretofore
accomplished by the prior art, particularly by the detonation of
nuclear devices of various yields at various altitudes... Further, by
knowing the frequencies of various electromagnetic beams
employed in the practice of this invention, it is possible not only




to interfere with third party communications but to take
advantage of one or more such beams to carry out a
communications network even though the rest of the world's
communications are disrupted. Put another way, what is used to
disrupt another's communications can be employed by one
knowledgeable of this invention as a communications network at
the same time. In addition, once one's own communications
network is established, the far reaching extent of the effects of
this invention could be employed to pick up communication
signals of others for intelligence purposes...

"This invention has a phenomenal variety of possible
ramifications and potential future developments. As alluded to
earlier, missile or aircraft destruction, deflection, or confusion
could result, particularly when relativistic particles are
employed. Also, large regions of the atmosphere could be lifted
to an unexpectedly high altitude so that missiles encounter
unexpected and unplanned drag forces with resultant
destruction or deflection of same. Weather modification is
possible by, for example, altering upper atmosphere wind
patterns by constructing one or more plumes of atmospheric
particles which will act as a lens or focusing device. Also as
alluded to earlier, molecular modification of the atmosphere can
take place so that positive environmental effects can be
achieved. Besides actually changing the molecular composition
of an atmospheric region, a particular molecule or molecules can
be chosen for increased presence. For example, ozone,
nitrogen, etc., concentrations in the atmosphere could be
artificially increased. Similarly, environmental enhancement
could be achieved by causing the breakup of various chemical
entities such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrous
oxides, and the like..."

Interestingly enough, perhaps a more complete description
of what the HAARP electromagnetic transmission facility can do
was provided many years ago by The New York Times, for
December 8, 1915. The article is also cited in the Eastlund

"Nikola Tesla," the article begins, "the inventor, has filed
patent applications on the essential parts of a machine, the
possibilities of which test a layman's imagination and promise a
parallel of Thor's shooting thunderbolts from the sky to punish
those who had angered the gods... Suffice it to say that the
invention will go through space with a speed of 300 miles a
second, a manless ship without propelling engine or wings, sent
by electricity to any desired point on the globe on its errand of




destruction, if destruction its manipulator wishes to effect.
'"It is not a time,' said Dr. Tesla yesterday, 'to go into the
details of this thing. It is founded upon a principle that means
great things in peace; it can be used for great things in war. But
I repeat, this is no time to talk of such things.'
'"It is perfectly practicable to transmit electrical energy
without wires and produce destructive effects at a distance. I
have already constructed a wireless transmitter which makes
this possible, and have described it in my technical publications,
among which I refer to my patent number 1,119,732, recently
granted. With a transmitter of this kind we are enabled to
project electrical energy in any amount to any distance and
apply it for innumerable purposes, both in war and peace.
Through the universal adoption of this system, ideal conditions
for the maintenance of law and order will be realized, for then
the energy necessary to the enforcement of right and justice will
be normally productive, yet potential, and in any moment
available, for attack and defense. The power transmitted need
not be necessarily destructive, for, if distance is made to depend
upon it, its withdrawal or supply will bring about the same
results as those now accomplished by force of arms.'"
Another article referred to in the patent was also in The New
York Times, this time for September 22, 1940. The following is
an excerpt:

"Nikola Tesla, one of the truly great inventors who celebrated
his eighty-fourth birthday on July 10, tells the writer that he
stands ready to divulge to the United States government the
secret of his 'teleforce' with which, he said, airplane motors
would be melted at a distance of 250 miles, so that an invisible
Chinese Wall of Defense would be built around this country...
"This 'teleforce', he said, is based on an entirely new
principle of physics that 'no one has ever dreamed about',
different from the principle embodied in his inventions relating
to the transmission of electrical power from a distance, for
which he has received a number of basic patents. This new type
of force, Mr. Tesla said, would operate through a beam one one-
hundred-millionth of a square centimeter in diameter, and
could be generated from a special plant that would cost no more
than $2,000,000 and would only take three months to

"The beam, he states, involves four new inventions, two of
which have already been tested. One of these is a method and
apparatus for producing rays 'and other manifestations or
energy' in free air, eliminating the necessity for a high vacuum; a




second is a method and process for producing 'very great
electrical force'; the third is a method for amplifying this force;
and the fourth is a new method for producing 'a tremendous
electrical repelling force'. This would be the projector, or gun,
of the system. The voltage for propelling the beam to its
objective, according to the inventor, will attain a potential of
50,000,000 volts.

"With this enormous voltage, he said, microscopic electrical
particles of matter will be catapulted on their mission of
defensive destruction. He has been working on this invention,
he added, for many years and has recently made a number of
improvements in it."

Tesla is apparently talking about the technology employed in

Although the project is unclassified, this may be a ruse, since
many of the functions that HAARP is capable of are not
mentioned in its brief. The Department of Defense's intention
is for us to believe that HAARP is a testing facility for
ionospheric research, while others critical of the project point
out that it is capable of this function and far more. One of the
apparent, unstated purposes of HAARP is as a Strategic Defense
Initiative ("Star Wars") weapons system. Another usage of the
technology, verified in many accounts including Eastlund's
original patent of the technology, is weather control. Another
capability is mind control.

In November 1987, information on an earlier auroral
stimulation project was revealed that also highlights suppressed
capabilities of HAARP. In the magazine Heartland, it was stated,
"The most powerful radio signal in the Fairbanks area is not
directed to a listening audience in interior Alaska. The U.S.
government's China Hot Springs station is titled 'High Power
Auroral Stimulation Facility.' UCLA operates the site, drawing
researchers from across the country. One of the main projects
involves a team led by Anthony Ferraro of Penn State University
with assistance from the University of Alaska Geophysical

According to Heartland, in October 1987, Ferraro's team
"successfully tested a theory that heating the ionosphere makes
possible the generation and transmission of extremely low
frequency or ELF radio waves... The technique tested here
involves shining a one million watt high frequency wave into the
ionosphere through a very narrow beam, effectively producing
80 million watts of power. 'When that beam shines into the
ionosphere, it increases the temperature of the region by 50




percent,' Ferraro said.

"The beam heats a large pancake shaped spot, six miles thick
and 12 miles in diameter, in the ionosphere 40 to 60 miles
above the ground... When the temperature of the ionosphere
increases, the current produced by the electrically charged
particles in the ionosphere changes and can be regulated by
turning the transmitter on and off. In effect this procedure
creates a radio antenna in the ionosphere which emits a radio
wave that comes back down to earth. The waves are extremely
low frequency." [2]

An example of the kind of damage that HAARP is capable of
comes from another project entirely, an Air Force radar
installation that came on-line in 1979. Located on Cape Cod, the
"Pave Paws" transmitter broadcast only l/1000th of the
electromagnetic energy of HAARP, but its effects were still
deadly. Within two years, women living in nearby towns began
developing leukemia at a rate 23% higher than the state norm,
and various forms of cancer at a rate 69% higher than other
women in Massachusetts. [3]

Perhaps the most important possible use of HAARP,
especially in the context of this book, is mind control and
disruption, although this capability is naturally never brought up
in the official literature. HAARP broadcasts at the same
frequencies as those of the human brain, and can be attuned for
specific applications on entire populations. The technology also
could conceivably be used for projecting words and images
directly to the minds of entire populations.

HAARP was activated in 1997, although it is said that it will
not be fully on-line until 2002.


1. New York Times, August 15, 1987; "All Things Considered," National
Public Radio, September 6, 1987

2. Heartland, the Fairbanks, Alaska, Daily News Miner, November 29,

3. Begich, Jr., Nick. "Ionospheric Interference — Another Pandora's Box?
Nexus magazine, October/November 1994




Chapter 29:




Evidence that electromagnetic weapons are currently being
directed at civilian populations include strange sounds
described all over the world as "the Hum," "the Sound," or just
"It," a low, rumbling noise at the very edge of audibility. The
sound is described as persistent and maddening, as irritating as
the screech of fingernails on a blackboard.

In Taos, New Mexico, "the Hum" has been going on since
1991. "It sounds like a great, big American car engine that's on
idle," said Steven Walters. "When I first heard it, I thought I
was going crazy."

K.C. Grams, an area resident, says the sound can get so loud

that "my head buzzes, as if it were a beehive."

Schatzie Hubbell moved from Santa Fe, New Mexico, where

she was plagued by the sound, to Fort Worth, Texas. "After

living there for 32 years and being very involved in the

community, we had to leave," she said. "It's like a Chinese

torture treatment. It affects you at a level you can't get to.

Extreme irritation. Fingers across the chalkboard."

James Kelly, director of research on hearing at the University

of New Mexico says, "We now have two large populations who

hear these hums, here and in England. The people in Taos are

deeply disturbed by this. This is not trivial."

The noise is said to be incredibly annoying, and will not stop

unless you overwhelm it by playing the stereo or television

loudly, or doing something else to drown it out.

"The Hum" may have been even recorded by a Denver,

Colorado, acoustical engineer, between 17 and 70 cycles per

second, roughly the same audio level as distant thunder. This

study has been confirmed by a survey of people who have heard

the sound who, when it is simulated, place the frequency at

between 33 and 80 cycles per second — results similar to those




conducted on people in Great Britain who have been hearing the
same kind of sound. [1]

Hueytown, Alabama, near Birmingham, has since December
1991 — near the same time period the sound was first widely
heard in Taos — been the recipient of the "Hueytown Hum."
According to residents a sound reminiscent of a dentist's drill
or a humming fluorescent light is sporadically heard, sometimes
radiating from the ground and other times coming from the air.
One particular area of approximately 500 homes seems to be
particularly affected by the sound. [2]

Another report comes from New Zealand, and was published
in Would You Believe magazine. Fred and Phyll Dickenson relate,
"What you call "the Hum" is called "the Noise" in our country...
New Zealand. It still continues here, too, some nights it is more
predominant than others — possibly because it is quieter at night
but it can still be heard in the daytime.

"It is strange but once one has heard it, it's never forgotten.
Yet it takes a lot of people quite a time to kind of tune into it.
"Another peculiar thing about it is... younger people cannot
hear it or rather 'tune into it', it appears 'older ears' are more
inclined to pick it up.

"In some of our travels in the countryside, if there is a quiet
spot along the road, especially in quiet country and in road
cuttings with high banks or hills on either side, the 'noise'
seems to be amplified.

"We noticed this once when we got out of the car to look at
some rocks in a cutting, and were immediately struck with the
intensity of the hum and we looked around for possible electric
power lines which could possibly be the cause, but none were in
sight. We were actually in wide open country with no power
lines for miles.

"When I was working and coming home in the early hours of
the morning I used to sit in the car when I reached the carpost
and with windows closed would listen to this loud hum. The
closed car confines seemed to amplify the noise. Getting out of
the car it could still be heard, and just standing there, turning
round to all points of the compass, the noise was still heard, in
other words it had no fixed point of origin.

"I hasten to mention here it was NO internal head noise but
was definitely coming in from outside the body. Some people
pass it off as blood noises in a person's head but it is not that."

A federal task force of scientists from the University of New
Mexico, the U.S. Air Force, and Sandia and Los Alamos National




Laboratories was formed to investigate the phenomenon in Taos,
New Mexico, but predictably they found nothing. Their
speculations tend towards the sounds originating in the ear
itself, and the motion of Earth's tectonic plates. My guess is
they know exactly what is causing the sound.
The once-skeptical Rep. Bill Richardson, of the House
Intelligence Committee, knows that "the Hum" is not delusion.
He told a meeting in Taos that the sound is "defense related"
and requested that the Pentagon "shut it down."
Another investigator, Bob Saltzman, talks about a scientist on
the House Science, Space and Technology Committee losing his
job over his claims that the Department of Defense was
responsible for the hum. He also reports that Rep. Richardson
has since backed off of his investigation and won't return his
phone calls. [4]

Perhaps significantly, some people are not running away from
"the Hum," but are relocating closer to it. Since the early
1990s, in Taos, dozens of people have moved to the area
specifically to be in the vicinity of "the Hum." One woman says
that she moved to Taos, and the anomalous sound after seeing a
UFO. "I knew it couldn't possibly be an airplane," she said. "It
came closer... then a very tired feeling overcame me. I felt
compelled to lie down on the bed. What's more I felt a weight
right over my chest, pushing me down." She fell asleep, but
then, "When I was asleep, I had the strangest dream, one that
recurs every now and then. Something closely resembling a
cash register tape kept running upwards. I kept seeing rows
and rows of green numbers. After a long time, the numbers
started changing color. They became green on top and orange
on the bottom. The running tape on the second set of numbers
didn't run very long. When the numerical action stopped and I
thought the experience was over, then some more numbers
started coming up. These were orange. This experience
seemed quite lengthy, just like the one with the green numbers.
When the numbers quit registering in my mind, I wanted to get
up, but again I was powerless to do so."

The woman awoke, feeling disoriented. "I tried to see the
flying craft, but the sky looked like a blur to me." For days after
she felt a "strange numbness. It felt like I was experiencing a
brain rape. That's pretty strange for me, because I have a
[literal] mind and I'm not that fond of numbers." [5]
Other incidents suggesting the testing of advanced
electromagnetic or other weapons are the literally hundreds of
unusual fireballs — usually green or orange -red — and other strange




aerial phenomena that have been observed worldwide in recent
years. Although I have records of sightings of similar fireballs
from around the world, due to space limitations I will confine
myself to recent sightings in Australia:

On May 28, 1993, a huge orange-red fireball with a bluish tail
flew at the speed of a fast jet plane from the south to the north
between Leonora and Laverton, Australia. Its flight was observed
over an area of 250 kilometers. The fireball made a "pulsed
roaring noise, similar to a very loud train." Immediately after
the passage of the fireball a 3.9 Richter- scale earthquake struck
in the area, with an enormous drawn-out blast being heard
afterward. An engineer with explosives experience described
the event as "definitely a major explosive concussion wave blast,
similar to, but much bigger than, a normal open-pit mine blast."
It is notable that this area of Australia has not had any other
recorded earthquakes since it first began to be seismically
monitored in 1900.

At the presumed impact site of the fireball — no impact crater
was ever found — an enormous deep red hemisphere of light,
surrounded by a silver layer of light, rose into the air and was
observed by viewers as far as 50 kilometers away. According to a
witness, it "bobbed around a bit for nearly two hours before
disappearing suddenly — as if someone threw the light switch
off." About one hour after the fireball impact, another smaller
blue-green-white fireball rose from the ground and flew over the
area. Another smaller explosion and slight earthquake were
noted at the time.

Another fireball was observed in the same area in "May or
June" of 1993, a yellow-orange-red "Moon-sized" object, flying
from south to north at low level.

In October 1994, at the mining town of Tom Price in
Western Australia, a huge pulsing red-orange fireball without a
tail was observed slowly traveling overhead at a low altitude,
perhaps 200 to 300 meters. Approximately 2,000 people
observed the overflight of the fireball, and some witnesses
describe the red flames swirling in a spiral pattern that
disappeared into a "central black hole" in the burning mass.
One witness called it an "implosion ball of flames." The fireball
was visible for five to seven minutes and went from the west to
hills in the east. Then the fireball flashed a vivid blue-white,
illuminating the surrounding area, and shot off at a rapid speed
to disappear in the east.

Immediately after the appearance of the fireball, a second
fireball came out of the west, following the path of the first.




Aside from the fact that it was traveling at a lower altitude, the
fireball is described as being identical to the first. This fireball
also traveled to the east and disappeared in a blue- white flash.
A third fireball duplicated the appearance and trajectory of
the first two, and also disappeared in a blue-white flash.
On May 1, 1995, at 2 a.m., a large orange -red fireball, with a
blue-white tail, was seen above Perth, Australia, traveling at a
north-northeast trajectory. Again, the fireball sounded like a
roaring freight train, and flew at about the speed of a fast jet
aircraft. Remarkably, as it traveled over east Perth, the fireball
halted in its path, and the tail reversed its direction. Then the
fireball exploded, lighting up the city.

According to researcher and mining geologist Harry Mason,
"In many ways the event was similar in force level to a nuclear
blast. A loud, vibrating, massive explosion-cum- seismic wave
reverberated around Perth, causing the city buildings to shake
and books and objects to fall off shelves." About half the
population of the city was awoken by the explosion.
Some observers of the event reported that four white lights
shot out from the center of the fireball and formed a "right-
angled white cross in the sky." Although the event was
estimated to have exploded with the force of several megatons of
dynamite, the event was not covered in the world press.
The same night as the Perth fireball, almost 2,000 miles to
the north, a couple in their home in the Kimberley region of
Western Australia were woken around 3 a.m. by a roaring noise
"similar to a D9 bulldozer or tank engine." Books and other
items fell from shelves, with an apparent earthquake taking
place for one to two minutes.

Retracing the trajectory of the Perth fireball, one comes to
the Kamchatka Peninsula in Siberia, the area where the KAL 007
was downed. Noted in the book KAL 007 is the information that
the plane may have been attempting to gain information on an
electromagnetic weapons complex located on the
peninsula — and this complex may be the source of Australia's
fireballs. [6]

Since the May, 1993 fireball and earthquakes, there have
been more than 1,000 reports in Australia of fireballs and
strange light phenomena, as well as large numbers of similar
events worldwide. Many of the fireballs are reported to have
made the same "freight train" sounds as they passed.
It is significant to note that residents who witnessed the Tom
Price fireballs noted that they had come from the direction of an
American "Very Low Frequency submarine communication base"




at Exmouth Peninsula, a location supposedly turned over to the
Australian Navy by the U.S., but where there are still a number of
American technicians resident.

The Exmouth Peninsula site consists of a power station and
"Tower Zero," a high box-like aerial tower on a hilltop with 11
equally spaced smaller towers — each about 1,000 feel
tall — arrayed around it. The towers are connected by wire
forming three concentric circles. Inside of Tower Zero is an
elevator that runs to the top of the tower.

Entering the tunnel that goes into the hillside at Tower Zero
one finds an at least three- story underground base, with a 50
foot high by 15-foot diameter copper coil. The cover story is
that the Exmouth site is transmitting very low frequency (VLF)
or extremely low frequency (ELF) radio messages to submarines,
but an examination of the facility reveals that it is a Tesla
Magnifying Energy Transmitter, that is, a Tesla electromagnetic
weapons system.

Another aspect of these events are huge blue-white light
flashes of the type seen at Rocky Gully, Western Australia, in
1996. According to Australian researcher Harry Mason, "blue-
white streamers of arcing electricity issued from the forest floor
into the atmosphere, creating an intense, violent, blue-white
glow (and an attendant 'electrical noise') that was visible for
miles — 'like someone with a giant arc welder'. This event
persisted for at least several minutes. The observers fled the
area in fear for their lives, phased out by the apparently
enormous energy involved in the event."

According to Mason, "These massive energy bursts of high-
altitude, blue-white and/or ground level electrical arcs are
reasonably common and I have about 100 such documented
events" listed in his database.

These may be the same high energy bursts that have been
seen by pilots in clear skies, and detected by the Compton
Gamma Ray Observatory satellite, launched in 1991 by the space
shuttle, and the ALEXIS spy satellite. These satellites have
detected radio and gamma ray bursts about 100,000 feet above
the Earth, seen most frequently over Africa and South America.
The scientists running these programs have not said much about
the phenomena, "the likes of which are not described in the
scientific literature." [7]

Retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Tom Bearden talked
about similar phenomena in 1985. He said, "There have been a
series of tests of these kinds of [electromagnetic] weapons,
apparently for a number of years. For example, airliners from




Iran, before the fall of the Shah, saw deep within the Soviet
Union very large, glowing spherical balls of light which started
out small and then expanded to very large size, which are
apparently these kind of weapons for use in an anti-ballistic
missile defense role."

Bearden also stated, "...You can create, for example, either an
electromagnetic explosion at a distance, or you can create an
electromagnetic implosion at a distance... This would look like a
cold explosion, so to speak, and I believe the thing on April the
9th, 1984, off the coast of Japan that involved several 747 jet
airliners [is an example of this]."

747 Pilot Doug Happ was a witness of this event, in which a
huge cloud was seen rising from an overcast area below. Happ
said, "It looked like a plate coming up through the overcast, but
it just kept expanding, and as it got higher it was apparent that
you could see right through the middle of it, so it looked like a
big smoke ring. At the time that we first noticed this cloud we
weren't sure what to do and we took no evasive action because
we didn't know which way to go, and I think eventually we
either rammed through it or it completely engulfed us." When
Happ's plane reached its destination, Anchorage, Alaska, it was
checked for radioactive contamination. The result of the tests
was negative. [8]

Another frequently observed aerial display is of orange-red
vertical beams, reported since about 1985, with at least 100
events reported since that time.

Mason reports that, "One 1996 Brisbane beam event report
was very significant as the observers saw very high-voltage, blue-
white discharge streamers issuing from their house wall-
mounted main power box as an orange beam hovered nearby in
the sky. Members of another household reported their power
box hummed violently as the orange beam hovered some
distance in the sky.

"This data confirms the probability that Tesla- style
longitudinal scalar EM potentials were involve in this Brisbane
event (and therefore were possibly present during the other
beam events), probably created by a remote Tesla EM
transmitter..." [9]

The following radio interview provides additional insight on
the current state of electromagnetic weaponry, and information
on the sorts of advanced weaponry that may have been used to
generate the Perth fireball and other events of this nature. It is
excerpted from the Moscow broadcast of The Voice of Russia:
"Science and Engineering," that aired December 12, 1996. The




excerpt begins:

"Our next question is from Ross Dowe in Victoria, Australia.
He's interested in science in general, but was particularly
intrigued by a program last April, in which you, Boris, spoke of
microwave generator development in Russia. He'd like you to
return to the subject... First of all, could you explain why there
is an interest in such generators"...

BORIS BELITSKY: Powerful microwave generators are of
interest, for one thing, because of their possible military
applications. They can be used to fire a plasmoid, that is, a blob
of plasma...

YEKIMENKO: Remind us, Boris, just what is meant by

BELITZKY: Plasma is a mixture of electrons and ions. We
have all seen it, for example, in electric arc discharges and in
sparks. It is also a prime factor in thermonuclear reactions, as
in the sun. Space scientists in this country have a long record of
experimenting with it. For example, plasma engines were
tested in some of the early Soviet Mars probes, a quarter of a
century ago. Very extensive studies of plasma have been carried
out under the program of research into controlled nuclear
fusion. Research into the military applications has been
conducted at some of the leading research institutes of the
military-industrial complex, for example at the Research
Institute of Radio Instruments.

YEKIMENKO: How would a microwave generator be used
in anger, Boris?

BELITZKY: It would be used to fire a plasmoid, that is, a
blob of plasma into the path of an incoming missile, its warhead,
or an aircraft. The plasmoid would effectively ionize that region
of space and, in this way, disturb the aerodynamics of the flight
of the missile, warhead, or aircraft, terminate their flight,
making such a generator and its plasmoid a practically
invulnerable weapon, providing protection against attack via
space or the atmosphere.

YEKIMENKO: Boris, I hate to ask this question, but still...
The generals and scientists who speak of this weapon — they
couldn't be bluffing, could they?




BELITZKY: Oh, no. This is evident if only from the fact
that a few years ago in 1993, at the Russian-American summit in
Vancouver, the Russians proposed a joint experiment in testing
such generators — or plasma weapons, as they are called here — as
an alternative to the Strategic Defense Initiative, SDI. In such an
experiment, which it was proposed to code name "Trust," the
system would be used to repulse a missile attack. In this way,
Russia hoped to strengthen the new climate of post-Cold War
security in the world.

YEKIMENKO: Is it known who is the leading scientist
behind the development of plasma weapons in Russia?

BELITZKY: Yes. It is 65-year-old Rimily Avramenko, a
graduate of the Moscow Institute of Power Engineering. In
1955 he started work under Alexander Mints at the research
institute headed by that outstanding scientist. Then followed a
period of work at the Sary-Shagan Proving Ground, not far from
Lake Balkhash. It was there that he started work on anti-missile
defense systems. He was a leading designer of the giant "Don"
radar complex, which some specialists in the West dubbed the
"Eighth Wonder of the World." As for plasma weapons, he has
been working in that field since 1967.

YEKIMENKO: Was he the first scientist in this country to
tackle the problem of anti-missile defense?

BELITZKY: No. The first was probably the famous Peter
Kapitsa. When Kapitsa was banished in Stalin's time to his
country home, he designed a weapons system based on
microwave emission. That was in 1953, and he called the
system the Nigotron, a contraction based on the name of the
village where his country home was situated, Nikolina Gora.
Other scientists interested in this possibility were Alexander
Mints and Lev Artsimovich. These were actually Avramenko's
mentors. All of them didn't believe in the effectiveness of
(existing) "anti-missile" (technology). They felt


countermissile would not be effective against an incoming
missile, protected by a stealth-type coating and a host of decoys.
And they began looking for alternative solutions to the problem.
They soon concluded that the most vulnerable factor in a missile
attack was the media through which the incoming missiles
traveled. And they decided that the best solution was to




influence that medium. That was how the idea of using powerful
microwave generators was born. [10]


1. Donnelly, John, "Hmmmmmmmm: Low-level sound not music to
ears of those who hear it," Knight-Ridder news service, July 10, 1993; Haederle,
Michael, "In Taos, Researchers Can Hum it, but They Can't Name That Sound",
Los Angeles Times, September 1, 1993

2. Birmingham Alabama Post Herald, March 26, 1992; "The Hueytown
Hum," Fortean Times issue 65

3. Dickenson, Fred and Phyll, "The 'Noise' in New Zealand", Would You
Believe magazine, undated clipping

4. Donnelly

5. Kanon, Gregory M., The Great UFO Hoax. (Lakeville, Minnesota:
Galde Press, 1997)

6. Mason, Harry. "Bright Skies: Top-Secret Weapons Testing?", Nexus
magazine, April/May and June/July 1997

7. Petit, Charles. "Scientists Are Unable to Explain High-
Atmosphere Gamma Ray Bursts", San Francisco Chronicle, May 27, 1994;

and Washington Post, February 14, 1994, cited in Flatland magazine, number 1 1

8. CNN "Special Assignment", undated transcript from about 1985

9. Mason

10. The Leading Edge magazine, issue 100




Chapter 30:




One of the current buzzphrases making the rounds in military
and government circles is "non-lethality." This term is used to
describe a class of weapons — including electronics — that do not
kill persons but disable them. They are "soft kill" weapons, and
in public discussions of the topic, developments such as nets,
rubber bullets, snares, malodorous sprays, aqueous foams that
'befuddle combatants' senses and effectiveness', lubricants that
make walking impossible, and particles that gum up mechanical
systems are mentioned. These examples, while great for the
fluff purveyed by Time Magazine or Popular Science, carefully do
not betray the rationale behind thinking in the "non-lethal"
warfare zone.

"Non-lethality" is not, in fact, a description of a type of
weapon, but a way of thinking about warfare. The real purpose of
non-lethality is to more finely tune control, to create a more
precise and responsive infrastructure of control on both the
battlefield and in everyday society.

Interest in non-lethality began with the brainstorming of a
man named John Alexander. Alexander had been a commander
of Green Berets in Vietnam, leading Cambodian mercenaries,
and engaging in secret programs including the infamous
Phoenix assassination operation. After returning to the States
and getting a Ph.D. from Walden University, he studied the near-
death experience with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and became an
official spokesperson for Silva Mind Control.
In 1980 Alexander published an article in the U.S. Army's
Military Review, titled "The New Mental Battlefield." Far from
compounds resembling artificial banana peels to make armies
slip and slide, Alexander's thesis was that telepathy could be
used as an offensive weapon, and that electronic weapons might
also be used for interfering with the brain activity of target

Alexander was encouraged by two senior army officials to do




additional research in the area, and this led to his joining the
special technologies group at Los Alamos National Laboratories.
There Alexander began a collaboration with Janet Morris, also a
grad of Silva, and Research Director of the U.S. Global Strategy
Council think tank, whose chairman is Ray Cline, former Deputy
Director of the CIA. The USGSC's lobbying was responsible for
the creation of the Non-lethality Policy Review Group, led by
Major General Chris S. Adams, USAF (retd.), former Chief of
Staff, Strategic Air Command. This group has encouraged the
military to think in terms of non-lethality.

In 1991 Janet Morris issued several papers promoting the
concept of non-lethality, suggesting an escalation in certain key
areas of military research and production. These included
technologies directed at the destruction of weapons of war, but
also an increased focus on anti-personnel electromagnetics.
This latter category of weapons would include hand-held lasers
for blinding the enemy, "isotropic radiators", essentially a larger
scale laser for blinding the enemy that was reportedly used
during the Iraqi war, infrasound weapons, and very low
frequency weapons.

Morris, in her "In Search of a Non-Lethal Strategy" states,
"Some very low frequency sound generators, in certain
frequency ranges, can cause the disruption of human organs and,
at high power levels, can crumble masonry."

Another take is provided by the Strategic Studies Institute
(SSI) of the U.S. Army War College, in Pennsylvania. The 1994
paper "The Revolution in Military Affairs and Conflict Short of
War" posits thay "Many American strategic thinkers believe that
we are in the beginning stages of a historical revolution in
military affairs." They even give it an acronym: RMA. "This will
not only change the nature of warfare, but also alter the global
geopolitical balance."

According to the RMA manifesto there are a number of new
avenues of warfare research that should be pursued, specifically
"behavior modification" and "Technology designed specifically
for conflict short of war, especially psychological, biological, and
defensive technology." Also mentioned is that "large numbers of
Americans may find themselves in areas of instability and
conflict," and that such individuals should be "equipped with an
electronic individual position locator device (IPLD). The device,
derived from the electronic bracelet used to control some
criminal offenders or parolees, would continuously inform a
central data bank of the individuals' locations. Eventually such a
device could be permanently implanted under the skin."




The authors of the study lament the fact that "The use of the
new technology may also run counter to basic American values,"
and, "Deception, while frequently of great military or political
value, is thought of as somehow 'un-American.'"
This is particularly true when it is practiced by Americans
upon Americans, the authors of the paper omit mentioning,
although they do have a solution: "Overcoming these constraints
to make a RMA in conflict short of war would require
fundamental change in the United States — an ethical and
political revolution may be necessary to make a military

The authors state that as far as "constraints and
countermeasures," "there is another alternative: we could
deliberately engineer a comprehensive revolution, seeking utter
transformation rather than simply an expeditious use of new

No, all indications suggest that non-lethal weaponry is not
about sticky foam and rubber bullets for crowd control. [1]
A report issued by the Pentagon's Commission on Roles and
Missions of May 1995 outlined four current military priorities.
These were, as noted by Aviation Week & Space Technology
magazine, (1) "combating the proliferation of weapons of mass
destruction" (2) "information warfare" (3)"peace operations"
(4) and "operations other than war. " Although non-lethal
weapons might be of some use in arenas such as Bosnia and
Somalia, note that this breed of military engagement might just
as well be applied to the policing of American urban areas, or
the suppression of a peace march. [2]

According to military sources, with non-lethal technology
they are attempting to create an "architecture" to handle "in-
between" situations. An article in Aviation Week & Space
Technology on non-lethality is worth quoting at length:
"The most profound implication of the new era often goes
unremarked: Namely, that the basic rationale for defense
planning has shifted from threat to capability, and from liability
to opportunity,' Adm. William A. Owens, vice chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, wrote in the Naval Institute Press
'Proceedings' in May. Today, 'we must face the issue of the
political purpose of military force directly. It is no longer simply
a matter of thinking it enough to counter successfully a defined
military threat; we must design military forces more specifically
in terms of their political purposes. In short, we must rebuild
an intellectual framework that links our forces to our policy — no
small task in a revolutionary era.'




"Scientists and military officers insist that new
peacekeeping/peace enforcement tactics and weapons can be
effective only if merged with comprehensive, advanced
information systems. Space, airborne and ground-based
sensors — including unattended devices — would provide a flood of
data that enable decisive actions in non-combat situations.
Information must be processed and routed to the proper
authorities in time to preclude hostile action, ideally, or to
enable rapid response if firing occurs.

"Sandia's [Gerald] Yonas maintained that this 'system of
systems' will require an up-front science-based systems
engineering (SBSE) approach to ensure resources are used
effectively. Sensors, information systems, communications and
rules-of-engagement must be coordinated within a
comprehensive architecture. 'If you don't do it all right, you
won't have a symphony. And massive use of force will not work.
The bad guys will win,' he said." [3]

One aspect of non-lethality, "information warfare," was
pursued at the Stanford Research Institute's Project Grill Flame
at Langley, an investigation of "remote viewing," i.e., out-of-body
perception. The remote viewers were culled from Church of
Scientology members classed as OTs and Clears. Clear is
essentially a non-neurotic case, a level with a definition that has
been adjusted progressively downward in capability since
Hubbard's early pronouncements about near-supermen.
OT is the terminology for Operating Thetan, the term
"thetan" taken from the Greek letter theta and used as the
terminology for "spirit" in Scientology. Scientology OTs believe
that they are free to operate as spirits outside of their physical
bodies, thus presumably aiding their ability at remote viewing.
Scientologists involved in the Grill Flame project included
Ingo Swann, Harold Puthoff, and Pat Price, although I believe
that Swann has since become disaffected from the church and is
now a member of a spin-off group called Avatar. At the time of
the experiments, Swann is said to have denied CIA involvement
but later copped: "It was rather common knowledge all along
who the sponsor was, although in documents the identity of the
Agency was concealed behind the sobriquet of 'an east coast
scientist.' The Agency's interest was quite extensive. A number
of agents of the CIA came themselves ultimately to SRI to act as
subjects in remote viewing experiments, as did some members
of Congress."

An additional Grill Flame laboratory was added at Fort Meade
in Maryland, run by General Stubblebine. One of the participants




was Major Ed Dames, currently a frequent visitor to the Art Bell
radio show, fanning the flames of interest in out-of-body jaunts
and apocalyptic endtime scenarios, but oddly avoiding any
mention of government mind control proclivities.
A British media correspondent who visited the facility at Fort
Meade found out that medical oversight for the experiments was
run by Louis Jolyon West. West was also conducting his own
experiments at the time on "phenomenology of disassociative
states," a description that could span the whole spectrum of
mind control interests, but may be centered on research
documented in his "Pseudo-Identity and the Treatment of
Personality Changes in Victims of Captivity and Cults" (1994).
West states, "Prolonged environmental stress or life
situations profoundly different from the usual, can disrupt the
normally integrative functions of personality. Individuals
subjected to such forces may adapt through dissociation by
generating an altered persona, or pseudo-identity."
From the CIA experimentation in remote viewing with SRI, a
gamut of private projects have been launched. [4]
In 1997, the Air Force upped the ante on non-lethality — and
mind control — by creating the position of Deputy Director for
Information Operations. Far from the Public Relations position
that it sounds like, it is in fact a division for "offensive
information warfare," that will be headed by Lt. Col. Jimmy
Miyamoto. The Information Operations office will coordinate
with the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the National Security Agency,
Defense Intelligence Agency, the CIA, the National
Reconnaissance Office, Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Office,
and the National Imagery and Mapping Agency. The duties of
the office, according to Defense Week, will be to coordinate Air
Force efforts in non-lethality, including a psychological
operations drive to create holographic projectors with the
capability "to project persuasive messages and three-
dimensional pictures of cloud, smoke, rain droplets, buildings...
The use of holograms as a persuasive message will have
worldwide application." [5]

Another informative look at closure that is currently taking
place in the area of military weaponry is provided in an article by
Colonel Michael Aquino, titled "From PSYOP to MindWar: The
Psychology of Victory," that was reportedly submitted by Aquino
to the Washington publication Military Review, but apparently
rejected, thence sent in photocopies to members of Aquino's
Temple of Set organization and others.
Aquino, whose last published photo of himself shows a man




who looks like Grandpa Munster, complete with the prominent
widow's peak, is a familiar name to those who have researched
political conspiracy; for newcomers, his dossier bears repetition.
Aquino received a master's degree in political science from
the University of California at Santa Barbara and has reportedly
qualified in Defense Attache, Strategic Intelligence,
Psychological Operations, Special Forces, and the Airborne
divisions in the army, supposedly reporting directly to the Joint
Chiefs of Staff. Aquino reportedly served as a Tactical
Psychological Operations officer in the 82nd Airborne in
Vietnam, and received the Bronze Star, the Air Medal, and the
Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. In 1973 Aquino became
executive officer of the 306th Psychological Operations Battalion
at Fort Mc Arthur in California. During the 1970s Aquino was a
prominent member of the Church of Satan but became
disillusioned with LaVey's sideshow-style antics and started his
own group, the Temple of Set.

According to a police intelligence report, dated July 1, 1981,
the Temple of Set "is a small group but nonetheless has several
hundred members and operates on a national level. Aquino is
the official head of the organization and rules the organization
through a council of nine, who are in fact his chief lieutenants."
At least two members of the "council of nine" at that time were
members of Army Intel.

The army, interestingly enough, has never expressed any
problem with Aquino's satanic beliefs, either during his
association with LaVey or afterward. It is not outside the realm
of possibility that LaVey's satanic practices are in fact army
sponsored. According to a Pentagon spokesperson, "Aquino has
an absolute constitutional right [to his belief]... unless there is
illegal behavior associated with it."

In the late 1980s Aquino and an associate, Gary Hambright,
were accused by the San Francisco Police Department of being
involved in a satanic child molestation ring centered around the
Presidio military base, where Aquino was stationed at the time.
Twenty-two families filed $66 million in claims against the army.
Although formal charges were never filed against Aquino, only
against his associate, it is reported that parents of children
allegedly abused claimed that it was because the army pressured
federal investigators and the San Francisco police not to pursue
the case.

Apparently there were satanic activities taking place at the
Presidio at the time, as confirmed by the on-site investigation of
Bay Area reporter Linda Goldston, who found a bunker behind




the intelligence offices with ritual symbols painted on the walls.
For a more complete reporting of the case, read The New
Satanists, by Linda Blood.

After the child molestation scandal, Aquino was transferred
to the National Defense University in Washington, D.C.
Aquino's MindWar article, attributed on the cover page to the


of the Chief of Staff/MindWar Center/Hub Four", discusses the
use of psychotronic weapons — i.e. electronic weapons that
influence the mind — and the use of LBM, Lesser Black Magic, for
the control of populations.

The crazy science fiction imaginings of a satanist? Yes, but
also the imaginings of a highly-placed member of U.S. Army
intelligence, and almost certainly clearly reflective of the
ambitions of the controllers of this world. [6]


1. Krawczyk, Glenn, "Big Brother's Recipe for 'Revolution in Military
Affairs'", Nexus magazine, June / July 1995

2. Scott, William B., "Panel's Report Backs Nonlethal Weapons",
Aviation Week & Space Technology, October 16, 1995

3. Ibid.; Ricks, Thomas E. "Nonlethal Arms: New Class of Weapons Could
Incapacitate Foe Yet Limit Casualties," The Wall Street Journal, January 4,

4. Swann, Ingo. Cited in Virtual Government by Alex Constantine,
(Venice, California: Feral House, 1997); West, Louis Jolyon. Cited in

5. "Air Force Organizes for Offensive Info War", Defense Week magazine,
March 31, 1997

6. Raschke, Carl A., Painted Black. (San Francisco: Harper & Row,
1990); Blood, Linda, The New Satanists. (New York: Warner Books, 1994)






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2. Aktetron
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4. Amphetamine

5. Amphetamine Sulphate
\ 6. Analaslne

7. Anhalamine

8. Anhatidine

9. Anhaline

10. Anhalonidine

11. Analonine

12. Anhalonium

13. AphyMidine

14. Aphyllin

1 5. Atropine

16. Atropine

17. Bambusa
16. Banisterine

1 9. Barbiturate

20. Belladonna

21. Benzidrene

22. Bendocalne

23. Bromoharmine

24. Bulbocapnine

25. Butvl-bromally-
harblturic acid

26. Caffeine

27. Caffeine sodium

28. Calcium chloride (35)

29. Cannahidiol

30. Cannabinol
31 Cannabis

32. Cannahol

33. Caramine (najcotk)

34. Carholine

35. Caroogine

36. Chloral hydrate

37. Cocaine
38 Coffee

39. Coramine

40. Oelvinyf sodium

41 . Di beruopyran

42. Dicain

43. Dramamine

44. Ephedrine

45. Ephetamine

46. Epinephrine

47. Ergot

48. Ergotamine

49. Ethyl harmol

50. Eucalne

51. Eucodal

52. Eukotal

53. Eunacron

54. Epicane

55. Escrine

56. Ether

57. Evipal

58. tvipan

59. Evioan Sodium

60. Evtpan Sodium (35)

61 . Genoscopolomine

62. Harmaline

63. Harmalol

64. Harman

65. Harmine

66. Harmine methiodide

67. Harmol

68. Heroin -

69. Hexacol

70. Histadyl

71 . Hvdractine


72. Hypnlokl soluble

73. (coral

74. Indole

75. Indole meth yUarmtne

76. Insulin

77. lophop-nine

78. lyscorbic acid

79. (illegible)

80. (illegible)

81. (illegible)

82. (illegible)

83. Manganese chloride (35)

84. Methy-cocaine

85. Metra-ol

86. Morphine

87. Morphine hyrdochloride
68. Narco-lmal

89. Nambutal

90. Nicotine

91 . NiVthemine (narcotic)

92. Nitrous oxide

93. Novacaine

94. Nupercaine

95. Pantocaine

96. Panttxpone

97. Parahyx

98. PeHotine

99. Pentobarbitol sodium

100. Pentothal acid

101 . Pentothal sodium

102. Percaine

103. Pemoston

104. Pevot)

105. Phenactin

106. Phenamine

107. Pehyl-thkMlrethanes

108. Picrate

109. Picrotoxin
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115 Qulnie

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118 Scolpolm ine aminoxide

119. Scopolomme-pheta-

1 20. Sodium 1621

121. Sodium amatyl

1 22. Sodium barbital

1 23. Sodium dlelvinal

124. Sodium evipal

1 25. Sodium pentobarbital

126. Sodium pentothal

1 27. Sodium phenobarbital

128. Sodium modanate

129. Sodium soneryl

1 30. Sodium succinate (77)

131. Sodium rhioethamyl

132. Somnifen

134. Strychnine

135. Styphnic acid

1 36. Sympatol

1 38. Telepathine

139. Tarra-hydro-cartnibol-

1 40. Tetra-hydro-harman

141. Tetra-hydro-harmioe

142. Tropacocaine
1 4 3. Tropenone

144. Yageine

1 45. Yohimbine sulphate


Chapter 31 :




Since the beginning of attention to the phenomenon at the
middle of this century, the government has been involved in
manipulation of the UFO experience for own purposes. I believe
that the primary reason that government agents have been
involved in the UFO field has been to confuse the issue of
advanced aeronautics and weapons testing — for instance, with
disinformation that has turned the secret Nevada testing base
Area 51 into a hotbed of extraterrestrial alien activity.
The government has even admitted issuing disinformational
reports during the 1950s and '60s about UFOs that were in fact
U-2 spyplane flights, but that admission serves as a cover-up in
itself. I have commented at length upon this situation in my
Casebook on Alternative 3 and Casebook on the Men in Black,
and the interested reader may follow that avenue at greater
length there.

When examining the issue of mind control related to the UFO
experience, there is remarkable information showing that
government manipulation may go far beyond the creation of
disinformation, and the befuddling of researchers. Information
has come to light in recent years suggesting that many cases of
so-called alien abduction may conceal another reality entirely:
that of the simulation of alien abduction as a cover for mind
control experimentation.

This possibility has been explored at length in a recent
bookby Gregory Kanon on UFOs, The Great UFO Hoax: The Final
Solution to the UFO Mystery, but other researchers have
traversed this territory for years, including Martin Cannon, John
Judge, Jacques Vallee, and myself. I believe that the deceased
conspiracy researcher Mae Brussell may have been the first to
suggest the idea of simulated alien abduction as a cover for mind
control testing in one of her radio shows.

One of the first persons in the intelligence community to
suggest that UFOs might serve a useful purpose was H. Marshall




Caldwell, the Assistant Director for Scientific Intelligence for
the CIA. He wrote a memo to then-CIA Director Walter Smith
reporting that,

"With world-wide sightings reported, it was found that, up to
the time of the investigation, there had been in the Soviet press
no report or comment, even satirical, on flying saucers, though
Gromyko had made one humorous mention of the subject. With
a State-controlled press, this could result only from an official
policy decision. The question, therefore, arises as to whether or
not these sightings:
"(1) could be controlled,
"(2) could be predicted, and

"(3) could be used from a psychological warfare point of view,
either offensively or defensively.

"The public concerns with the phenomena, which is
reflected both in the United States press and in the pressure of
inquiry upon the Air Force, indicates that a fair proportion of our
population is mentally conditioned to the acceptance of the
incredible. In this fact lies the potential for the touching-off of
mass hysteria and panic."
Caldwell also suggests,

"A study should be instituted to determine what, if any,
utilization could be made of these phenomena by United States
psychological warfare planners..."

On July 16, 1978, UFO witness Sergeant Clifford E. Stone,
attempting to get to the bottom of the UFO question, filed a
Freedom of Information Act request to the National Security
Agency. One of the documents that Stone obtained was a
National Security Agency unofficial draft titled "SUBJECT:
UFO'S". The interesting material in the paper began a few
paragraphs in:

"...2. Scientific Findings: Dr. Jacques Vallee, famed
communications science expert, has studied thousands of cases
where human beings have observed unusual phenomena. He has
found that the human response to such observation is
predictable and graphically depictable. Whether the person's
psychological structure is being assaulted by the unusual and
shocking brutality of a murder or the strangeness of a UFO
sighting, the effect is the same:

"a. Initially as by a kind of psychological inertia, the mind
records fairly objectively what the eye is reporting,
"b. But when it has realized the strange nature of the
phenomena it goes into shock. The mind likes to live in a
comfortable world where it feels it knows what to expect, and




that is not too threatening either physically or psychologically.
The unusual dispels the comfortable illusion the mind has
created. This shock tears at the very mooring of the human
psychological structure.

"c. To protect itself against such an intrusive and
threatening reality the mind will begin to add imagination and
interpretation to the incoming data to make it more acceptable.
Since the mind is doing all this in haste some of the hurriedly
added details and suggestions tumble over one another and
contradict one another in a bizarre fashion (as any police officer
interrogating murder witnesses will tell you),
"d. Once the mind has constructed a safe framework for the
new information it may again peek out and collect some more
objective data. If the data is still threatening it will again go into
shock and the process starts all over again.

"e. If the data is at the highest strangeness level where it
brings terror either:

"(1) The mind will pass out and go into amnesia burying the
events perhaps permanently in the unconsciousness.
"(2) The personal psychological will collapse and the mind
will reach down into its deepest place where "that which cannot
be destroyed" is and it will abandon itself to this entity for
survival protection. Encounter with this changeless

indestructible entity is usually referred to as a religious
experience. In the confusion and the shock, this experience is
often attributed to the shocking event or object and that is why
primitive peoples worship such bizarre things as airplanes or
cigarette lighters.

"f. The degree of strangeness of the phenomena dictates
how many people the mind is willing and able to tell the event
to. A mildly unusual or shocking event will be told to many
people. A very shocking event of high strangeness will be told to
few people or practically none at all. Occasionally the event is so
shockingly unusual that it isn't even reported to the person's
conscious mind but is buried in the unconscious of the person
where it is only accessible to hypnosis or careful level six
communication, sharing with another person."
This fascinating, even "Tavistockian" document seems to go
well beyond the average military reporting on the UFO
phenomenon, and illustrates well why simulated UFO abduction
may be useful to mind controllers: the experience is so
incredible and so demeaning that it is communicated to few if
any other persons, and sometimes may exist in memory only at
an unconscious level. Additionally, "high strangeness" may in




fact be a means of accessing deeper levels of the mind.
In the late 1980s Dr. Michael Persinger, a neurologist at the
Laurentian University of Ontario, Canada, did initial tests on
what has come to be known as the 'Persinger helmet." This is a
device that directs specific electromagnetic frequencies at the
hippocampus area of the back brain of the person wearing it.
According to Persinger, using the helmet, a large percentage of
subjects feel that they have been abducted by UFOs, have gone
out of body, or have experienced other forms of altered
consciousness, including 'union with God.' The experience,
Persinger says, "involves a widening of emotional meaning, such
that things not typically considered significant would now be
considered meaningful." During back brain irradiation,
hallucinations are "perceived as extremely real."
Susan Blackmore, who experienced the Persinger
technology, wrote of it in the New Scientist in November, 1994:
"Persinger applied a silent and invisible force to my brain and
created a specific experience for me. He claimed that he was
imitating the basic sequences of the processes of memory and
perception and that, by varying those sequences, he could
control my experience. Could he have done it from a distance?
Could it be done on a wider scale? Suddenly prospects of
magnetic mind control seem an awful lot worse than the idea of
being abducted by imaginary aliens..." [1]

Persinger was involved in Operation Black Beauty, the
creation of a refrigerator-sized electromagnetic broadcasting
unit used to quell riots. The device is said to employ time-
varying fields of extremely low frequency energy, broadcast at
frequencies between 1 and 10 hertz, that cause vomiting in
whomever the unit is trained on. [2]

A short and non-definitive digression into a related
phenomenon: cattle mutilations. These are the thousands of
mysterious cases of cattle that since the late 1960s have been
found dissected, sometimes in a surgical fashion, and which are
usually linked in the media to flying saucer intervention. A case
could be made for the "mutes" being an issue of mind control in
themselves, but put that aside. There is a large body of evidence
suggesting that the mutilations are of a far more terrestrial
nature than tabloid TV will allow us to imagine.
For starters, UFOs are almost never seen in the vicinity of
cattle mutilation, that is, using the strict definition of
unidentified flying OBJECTS. What are seen are usually
unidentified lights and, when a craft is seen, it is usually a black
unmarked helicopter. There is no limit to the rabidity of some




UFO buffs, and so the black choppers are sometimes mentioned
as being shape-shifting extraterrestrial craft, when in fact there
is no evidence whatsoever to suggest this. Why not, instead, go
out on a limb and simply imagine that they are black

Other evidence suggests that men, not alien monsters, are
doing the mutilations. Toxicology tests sometimes show the
presence of nicotine in the bovine carcasses, and nicotine is a
commonly used ingredient in tranquilizer dart drugs. The
animals are sometimes found to have been marked with
fluorescent paint, presumably for identification in the dark.
Also, often seen in the vicinity of mutilations are truck-trailer
rigs, large enough for transporting small helicopters. At least
one probable staging area for the mutilation episodes has been
identified in Colorado, as noted in my book Black Helicopters II:
The Endgame Strategy.

Why would humans be interested in mutilating cattle? The
most probable answer was provided by G.C. Errianne, a private
investigator who looked into the matter. Erriane indicated that
covert government testing was done using cattle due to the
similarity of the membrane of the eye with "a certain ethnic
group." Further investigation showed that the U.S. government
had been involved in testing biowarfare weapons specifically
targeted to at least two ethnicities. [3]

As far as government manipulation involving humans, one of
the "premier" abduction cases that seems to have set the stage
for many that followed was that of Betty and Barney Hill. In
1961 the Hills were motoring in Groveton, New Hampshire,
when a flying disk craft approached and hovered at a distance.
The Hills fled in their car but later, because of nightmares,
consulted a psychiatrist and were hypnotized. Six months of
therapy seemed to reveal an abduction and physical examination
by humanoids in the disk craft.

The nature of the abduction itself was quite strange, with the
inhabitants of the saucer craft being described by Betty Hill
under hypnosis as wearing uniforms and billed caps ("similar to
Air Force," she said during hypnotic regression). Barney Hill
thought that one of the supposed aliens looked like a "military
pilot," and amended that: "He looks like a German Nazi. He's a
Nazi..." Hill said, "I thought of the Navy and the submarine, and
I thought the men that moved back were just dressed in blue
denims. But this other man was dressed in a black shiny coat,
with a cap on."

If the government was involved in the abduction, what might




have brought the Hills to their attention was the fact that they
were an interracial couple, and held organizational positions in a
number of civil rights groups. This was at a time when such
groups were under close scrutiny by the government, and it may
have suited military psy-ops to either examine the Hills
hypnotically, or even implant bugging devices for surveillance.
The Hills were also close friends with Major James McDonald,
reportedly working in intelligence at Pease Air Force Base. [4]
Another famous abductee whose experience deserves closer
scrutiny is Whitley Streiber. Streiber went to the Fabian-
founded London School of Economics in England. While in
London, he directed a film about The Process cult group,
although with no prints of the film available, it is not known
what position Streiber took in regards to the cult.
In his best- selling book about abduction, Communion,
Streiber notes that for years he had believed that he was present
at the Charles Whitman shooting spree at the University of
Texas, but finally realized that he wasn't. In the sequel,
Transformation, Streiber realizes that he must have been,
because of a friend's confirmation. [5]

Streiber believes that he has two implants in his body, one in
an earlobe, the other injected into a little finger. At the 1996
Gulf Breeze, Florida, UFO Conference Streiber mentioned the
idea that he might have been the subject of mind control
operations by the government. He speculated that his believed
experiences with extraterrestrial aliens may in fact have been
broadcast to him through the implants. [6]

Martin Cannon, a pioneer in making the distinction between
little grey men from outer space and those from the
government, describes the case of a woman he calls "Veronica."
She was abducted not into a flying saucer, but into the house of a
scientist in Los Angeles who, Cannon was able to determine, had
earlier been involved in CIA mind control experimentation.
I investigated the case of a young woman who, in 1993,
believed that during a visit in San Francisco with the head of a
satanic church she had been drugged and taken to a nearby
hotel where she was operated upon by humans in white coats.
On another occasion she was taken outside of San Francisco by
the same satanic chief and was shown a disk craft parked at
some distance from a rural road. [7]

And if Jolly West and his crowd are promoting "False Memory
Syndrome," they are also pushing "Alien Memory Syndrome."
According to an Australian researcher, "one of Louis Jolyon
West's proteges, Barry Taff, co-wrote an article for UFO




magazine suggesting aliens were responsible for this type of
[mind control] activity. Taff worked at the UCLA
Neuropsychiatric Institute, and according to Los Angeles based
researcher Martin Cannon, has consulted for a large number of
government agencies, including the National Institute of Mental
Health, Rand Corporation, the Atomic Energy Commission and
the CIA."

Val Bankston, who believed that she had been abducted by
aliens, met Taff and agreed to participate in some experiments
on abduction with him. Bankston said, "You may recognize the
name Barry Taff. He researched and wrote a movie called 'The
Entity.' He also conducts parapsychology investigations, pursues
effects that he covertly produces himself with high technology.
Oddly enough, shortly after we met, I was assaulted by a
disembodied entity in broad daylight who engaged in sexual acts
with me. At the time, I believed it was an incubus. Knowing
what I do about Barry, the fact that he is a certified hypnotist,
for one I believe that he hypnotized both me and the other
subject of his research — which led to the movie 'The
Entity' — into having these experiences. He may have treated
several women this way and picked the one that best bolstered
his book and movie scheme." [8]

Another remarkable case is that of Bruce Smith, who in 1990
attended a lecture by "alien abduction expert" Budd Hopkins in
Trenton, New Jersey. For some reason Hopkins' talk about alien
abductions hit Smith at a visceral level, unnerving him: "I didn't
think I was going to be able to walk out of there," he said later.
But Smith did walk out of the UFO lecture and, hooking his
trailer home onto the back of his car, went west, stopping in
state parks. One of those state parks was in Tesuque, New
Mexico. Smith was asleep in a campground there when he woke
up in the middle of the night, horrified with the belief that
aliens were going to abduct him. Drifting between sleep and
wakefulness, Smith felt hands grasp his ankles and pull. But the
being on the other end of those hands was not quite what Smith
had been led to expect. The "being" was wearing a white
button-down shirt, the kind of shirt that his father had always
worn, Smith recalled.

Far from his expectation of a glowing silver saucer craft,
Smith says that he was manhandled into the back of a large,
dark blue van with military markings that he thinks were of the
U.S. Navy. The van drove over rough roads for an hour until it
stopped. The rear door of the van was opened and aliens
levitated Smith out the back door and into a huge structure that




Smith feels is part of the Los Alamos nuclear laboratory.

Inside the laboratory, Smith was placed on an examination

table where an alien named "Roget" gouged at his eyes with a


Smith remembered none of this until he began hypnotherapy
in Washington. During hypnosis he remembered the abduction,
and also recalled that he had been abducted "thousands of times
and during many lifetimes." After the encounter in Tesuque,
"They came back one more time. On the eighth of June. They
came in an unusual ship that had rooms in it that looked like
college dorm rooms."

Was Smith actually abducted by aliens, or is the truth

something more prosaic but equally sinister? [9]

UFO abduction researcher Budd Hopkins turns up in another

case, described by former Army Intelligence case officer

Julianne McKinney, now of the Electronic Surveillance Project

Association of National Security Alumni. McKinney's account


"The woman, apparently a 'pet' experimentee, found herself
being introduced to a wide variety of prominent individuals
whose connections with the CIA she believed to be quite
apparent. One of those, she states, was Robert Jay Lifton, a well
known author and expert on brainwashing, whose books include
The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of
Genocide (Basic books, 1986).

"Her experiences included a voluntary ('referral') admission
to Hollywood Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, in
1973, during an era when MKULTRA experiments in the Allan
Memorial Institute, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, were
only beginning to capture the attention of the U.S. Senate.
"More recently, in 1990, she was transported to New York
University's Cameron Medical Center, in Westchester, NY (under
circumstances which qualify as an abduction), where she was
forcibly wrestled to the ground by approximately six Center
staffers and forcibly confined for a period of approximately three
weeks. She was neither psychiatrically counseled nor formally
tested while in that facility. The psychiatrists assigned to her
case appeared more intent on forcing her to take a combination
of neuroleptic drugs, to include Haldol, Navane and Cogentin.
(Haldol and Navane can cause tardive dyskinesia.) She resisted
those attempts.

"A court ultimately ordered this woman released from the
Center, stipulating that she was not to be administered drugs.
On subsequently acquiring her medical records, under




conditions which prevented censoring or doctoring of those
records, she found that her psychiatrists had planned to inject
her with drugs (in defiance of the court order) on the day of her
release. As luck would have it, she was released a day early.
"This woman states also that she has met Budd Hopkins, of
the Intruders Foundation, and that she had a long-term,
confiding relationship with John E. Mack, Professor of
Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, and founding Director of
the Center for Psychological Studies in the Nuclear Age
(previously named Research Program for the Study of Human
Continuity; and still previously rumored to have cooperated with
the CIA in studies of 'human ecology')." [10]

In recent years there have been cases of "alien" implants
being surgically removed, but it is interesting that the "aliens"
would coincidentally be employing a technology similar to that
invented by Dr. Delgado in the 1950s. One such instance was
described in a lecture by Dr. Roger Leir, at a MUFON meeting in
Thousand Oaks, California, on February 23, 1996. Leir removed
three apparent implants on August 19, 1995, two from one
patient and one from another patient. The two alleged implants
removed from the first patient were located on each side of her
large toe. The third alleged implant was removed from the back
of the left hand of another patient.

One object was triangular in shape, while the other two
objects "resembled small cantaloupe seeds." [11]
Surrounding the implants the tissue was grey but without
inflammation. According to Darrel Sims, a hypno-anestheia
therapist and UFO abduction researcher, both persons had been
unaware of the implants, but they were discovered during
unrelated x-ray procedures. There were no scar traces from
injection of the implants. Both patients, according to Sims,
were possible cases of UFO abduction. Dr. Leir also reports that
the objects were in close proximity to nerve fibers.
Dr. Leir used a gauss meter, measuring electromagnetic
fields, in finding the exact locations of the objects. According to
Dr. Leir, when he brought the gauss meter near the object in the
man's hand, it "went crazy."

Each of the objects is reported to have been covered with a
dense grey membrane. Although objects that have been in a
human body for a long time do get coated with an organic,
fibrous coating, this material can be scraped off. In the case of
the alleged implants, the membrane was much more difficult to
remove. Inside the membrane the objects were two separate
pieces of black metal, apparently held together only by the




membrane. The metal was later identified as boron. When
exposed to fluorescent light, all three objects glowed brightly.

Harvard's John Mack, in Abductions, provides a detailed look
at another "alien" implant:

"Elemental analyses and electronic microscopic photography
revealed an interestingly twisted fiber consisting of carbon,
silicon, oxygen, no nitrogen, and traces of other elements. A
carbon isotopic analysis was not remarkable. A nuclear biologist
colleague said the 'specimen' was not a naturally occurring
biological subject but could be a manufactured fiber of some sort.
It seemed difficult to know how to proceed further.
"There is no evidence that any of the implants recovered are
of rare elements, or of common ones in unusual combinations.
In discussions with a chemical engineer and other experts in
materials technology, I have been told that it would be extremely
difficult to make a positive diagnosis of the nature of any
unknown substance without having information about its origins.
Under the best of circumstances it would be difficult to prove,
for example, that a substance was not of terrestrial or even
biological origins."

Of course John Mack is an interesting case in himself, a man
who seemingly refuses to consider the idea that abductions
might be performed by anyone other than extraterrestrials.
Mack's Center for Psychology and Social Change is backed to the
tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars by various members of
the Rockefeller family. Mack is also a member of Scott Jones'
Human Potential Foundation, also reported to be Rockefeller-
endowed. [13]

My conclusion is mad and science fictional, but the evidence
supports it. Military and intelligence agencies are using alien
abduction as a cover story and possibly as close encounters
simulated by technology such as holograms and advanced aerial
disk craft to conceal the processing and implanting of human
beings with mind control technology.


1. Smith, Jerry, HAARP: Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy, (1997:
AUP, Kempton, Illinois); Constantine, Alex, Psychic Dictatorship in the U.S.A.
(Portland, Oregon: Feral House, 1995); Blackmore, Susan, "Alien Abduction,"
the New Scientist magazine, November 1994, cited in Walter Bowart's "The Trial
and Conviction of a 'EBE Possessed' Serial Killer," obtained on the Internet
fromMindNet Journal, volume 1, numbers 8a, 8b, 8c

2. Krawczyk, Glenn. "Mind Control & the New World Order", Nexus
magazine, February/March 1993




3. Sunders, Ed. "The Mutilation Mystery", Old Magazine, September.
1976; Keith, Jim, Black Helicopters II: The Endgame Strategy, (Lilburn, Georgia:
IllumiNet Press, 1997)

4. "Manchurian abductees," World Watchers International newsletter,
Fall 1989; Keith, Jim, Casebook on Alternative 3, (Lilburn, Georgia: IllumiNet
Press, 1994)

5. Wanderer, Robert, "'Transformation' Transformed", MUFON Journal,
issue 254, June 1989

6. "False Miracles in the Sky: Is the U.S. Military in the Business of
Hoaxing UFOs?," The Devil's Advocate, issue number 5

7. Cannon, Martin. "The Controllers: A New Hypothesis of Alien
Abductions", MUFON UFO Journal, Number 270, October 1990

8. Taff, Barry, 'Paranormal Phenomena and UFOs,' UFO magazine, Vol.
2, No 4; Krawczyk; Constantine, Alex, Virtual Government. (Venice, California:
Feral House, 1997)

9. Donahue, Bill. "It's life, but not as we know it", Northwest Magazine,
April 28, 1991

10. McKinney, Julianne. "Microwave Harassment & Mind-Control
Experimentation", Electronic Surveillance Project, Association of National
Security Alumni, Silver Spring, Maryland

11. Hudgeons, Steve, "Implants," April 2, 1996, obtained from the
Internet, copy in the author's possession

12. Lindemann, Debra L., "Surgeon Tells First Results of Implant
Analysis," April 6, 1996, obtained from the Internet, copy in the author's
possession; "Jon King's X-file document," UFO Reality magazine, 1996,
otherwise unidentified clipping

13. Kanon, Gregory M., The Great UFO Hoax. (Lakeville, Minnesota:
Galde Press, 1997)




Chapter 32:




Investigation of the UFO phenomenon leads us directly into the
camp of the leading lights of government mind control,
particularly of the aforementioned "non-lethal" variety.
Although many of the elements of the current UFO belief
system, including alien invasion, have been around since the
beginnings of UFO research in the 1950s, the burst in media
activity that took place in the 1980s can be traced to a few
sources. The first and most influential can be isolated with the
individuals who went about hoaxing Paul Bennewitz. Although
the Bennewitz case is only one of many instances where the UFO
experience was apparently manipulated by agents of the
government, it is representative and revealing.
In 1980 Bennewitz — often referred to in UFO literature as a
"physicist," although he never obtained a degree — and well-
known UFO researcher Dr. Leo Sprinkle were in touch with a
young woman, Judy Doraty, who believed she had witnessed a
calf stolen by a saucer and had been abducted by aliens.
According to Doraty, in May of 1980 she and her young son had
been driving near Cimarron, New Mexico, when they had
observed "two or more" UFOs, and the theft of a calf via saucer.
Doraty claimed at that time she and her son were abducted, and
that she was taken to an underground base for examination and
implanting with an alien device. At the base she had observed
vats of unidentifiable body parts, and a vat with a male human
floating in it.

Bennewitz paid for medical examinations of the pair
including CAT scans, which reportedly confirmed the existence
of the implants in the woman and her son. Bennewitz believed
that "at least 300,000 or more in the U.S. and at least
2,000,000 if not more worldwide" had been implanted with
cerebral control devices by the aliens, although his means of




detecting these implants seems somewhat subjective: "You can
recognize them because of their eyes... [a] peculiar look in the
eyes and a funny smile." [1] *Bennewitz, the owner of an
electronics research laboratory, attempted to detect the
electromagnetic signals that he felt the aliens must be using to
control her, and to find out a way to shield people from these
signals. In late 1979 he told members of the Aerial Phenomena
Research Organization of detecting these low frequency signals,
and that he had begun to make calculations about electronic and
propulsive techniques employed by the aliens.
At the same time, from his home in the Four Hills area of
Albuquerque, New Mexico, he was photographing unidentified
lights in the area of the Manzano Nuclear Weapons Storage
Facility east of Kirtland Air Force Base. Bennewitz believed that
he had "established constant direct communication with the
Alien using a computer and a form of Hex Decimal Code with
Graphics and print-out." The specific way in which Bennewitz
believed he had established this link is not known to this
researcher, although he did mention that when a UFO was in
sight he would ask it telepathic messages. One blink of the
saucer was a 'yes,' two blinks a 'no.' Bennewitz supposedly
produced a vocabulary of 27 words that he communicated to the
aliens with. [2]

Eventually Bennewitz believed that he had discovered an alien
base a mile beneath the earth at Dulce, New Mexico, as well as
one on the west slope of nearby Mount Archeleta, with an
estimated alien population of 2,000. He took aerial photos of
the reputed base at Dulce from a helicopter, and believed that he
had viewed and taken photos of saucer craft, beam weapons, and
aliens on the ground, although when the pictures were
developed, these photos were inexplicably missing from the

Bennewitz produced a written report on his research titled
Project Beta, which is primarily a primitive "Look out boys! The
Aliens are here!" study of alien psychology, as well as proposed
means by which the army might destroy the alien bases — using
Bennewitz' company, Thunder Electronics, as a sub-contractor
for his own beam weapons inventions.

According to the report, he had spent two years in
surveillance of "alien ships within a sixty (60) mile radius of
Albuquerque," as well as "Detection and disassembly of alien
communication and video channels — both local, earth, and near
space." Bennewitz believed he had received "Constant
reception of video from alien ship and underground base




viewscreeen; Typical alien, humanoid and at times apparent
Homo Sapien."

During the period of his research, Bennewitz was closely in
touch with a military officer named Major Edwards, at the
Manzano facility, and he gave several presentations to "high
level" Air Force personnel at the base. He reported that he had
also surveilled an alleged alien base in the company of Edwards.
UFO researcher Jacques Vallee was told by William Moore
that "[Bennewitz] had innocently stumbled on a signal used in a
secret Air Force experiment that was totally unrelated to UFOs.
He was approached by security officers who tried to get him to
disconnect this equipment and to stop monitoring their
electromagnetic tests. The more they did this, of course, the
more Bennewitz was convinced they had something to hide
(which was true) and that it had to do with UFOs (which was
false). And he refused to comply." [3]

While Bennewitz watched the military, they watched him.
People came to his door "out of the blue," and he saw implant
scars on the back of their necks. "The aliens have gone wild,"
Bennewitz wrote, paralyzing him four times and injecting him
250 times "with hypodermics."

To understand the saga of Paul Bennewitz, additional
background is necessary. Although I was not present at the
1989 MUFON conference at which William Moore spoke,
Jacques Vallee was, and gave the following description:
"In a confused and embarrassing presentation before the
MUFON Conference, Bill Moore indeed confessed that he had
willingly allowed himself to be used by various people claiming
to act on behalf of Air Force Intelligence and that he had
knowingly disseminated disinformation, although he had never
been 'on the payroll.' This is a mere play on words, of course.
Not being on the payroll does not mean that he was not paid in
cash or through other means...

"Moore gave a weak excuse for his actions, claiming that he
had acted in a heroic private effort to infiltrate and expose the

William Moore has said that in early September 1980, he,
Moore, was contacted by a "well-placed individual within the
intelligence community who claimed to be directly connected to
a high-level project dealing with UFOs." This man, known as
"Falcon," said that he was part of a group that wanted to expose
the continuing government cover-up of UFOs. Moore admits
that he went along with the man in order to gain access to
government UFO information.




Acting as liaison between Moore and the group was Sgt.
Richard Doty. Moore soon learned his own role, which was to
provide information on Bennewitz in exchange for "sensitive"
information on UFOs. He also learned that "several government
agencies" were collaborating in discrediting Bennewitz by
funnelling disinformation to him.

"By 1981," Moore says, "Paul was gathering data from a
variety of sources and amalgamating it with information being
fed to him by a number of government people in whom, for
some reason, he seemed to have an implicit and abiding faith.
The story that emerged from this melange of fact, fiction,
fantasy, hearsay, hard data and government disinformation was
absolutely incredible! Yet somehow, Paul believed in it and set
out on a one-man crusade to tell the world that malevolent
aliens from space were in league with our government to take
over the planet. What had begun in 1979 as an effort to learn
whether the behavior of a woman who claimed she had been
abducted by UFO aliens and was being influenced by some sort of
radio remote control had, in the space of less than three years,
blossomed into a tale which rivaled the wildest science fiction
scenario anyone could possibly imagine."

"My role in the affair," said Moore, "was largely that of a
freelancer providing information on Paul's current thinking and
activities. I had nothing whatsoever to do with the counter-
intelligence and disinformation, although I either knew or was
aware of a number of people involved in that end of things." [4]
It may be significant that William Moore's first two books,
The Philadelphia Experiment and The Roswell Incident were
co-authored with Charles Berlitz who, according to the Seattle
Times/Post Intelligencer, at the beginning of World War II, "was
taken out of the Air Force to work in counter-intelligence. He is
reluctant to talk about this period and his work as an operative
('nobody likes to say 'spy') in anything but the foggiest terms.
But he was, clearly, the perfect operative. 'I would pretend that
I was a Frenchman in Venezuela or a Venezuelan in France.'
During the war he worked underground, with a new name and
identity, in various countries." The article indicates that Berlitz'
connections with the spy biz did not end with World War II, but
that "He resumed his intelligence work, though not overseas,
during the Korean and Vietnam wars." [5]

While Bennewitz monitored low frequency electronic
broadcasts and filmed unusual aerial displays that may or may
not have been saucer craft, the government was monitoring him
and, I suspect, destroying him. Moore says that Bennewitz




detected instances of surveillance, but that there were wiretaps
and break-ins that Bennewitz didn't know about.
One of these instances may have happened when Bennewitz
was visited at home by an anonymous man with a "top secret
document that was dated in the '50's, indicating if anybody
found out about all of this they would kill them."
Bennewitz was asked, "Doesn't that bother you?" He
responded that it didn't. It may have been that the information
offered Bennewitz was the counterfeit MJ-12 document later
circulated by Moore associate Jaime Shandera.
Bennewitz was apparently under observation from a house
across the street from his own, and took photos of persons
visiting the house with NORAD and Air Force license plates. [6]
By 1982, the alien scenario that Bennewitz was being fed was
essentially that of the belief structure held by a large portion of
the UFO community today. Malevolent grey aliens were
abducting humans, mutilating cattle, and implanting humans
with control devices. They had made a treaty with the U.S.
government, and had an underground base in Dulce, New
Mexico, and for these concessions they had given saucers and
weaponry to the government. In addition, there was a
benevolent group of aliens intent on stopping the destructive
Greys from ravaging the planet.

As time went on, Bennewitz had a nervous breakdown
reportedly due to the disinformation he was being fed by
government agents. According to Moore, Bennewitz stocked his
house with guns and knives and installed extra locks, although
Bennewitz believed the aliens were able to come through the
walls and inject him with chemicals that knocked him out.
Bennewitz suffered from insomnia and his hands shook, as if
they were palsied. Eventually he was hospitalized and placed
under psychiatric care. [7]

On the other hand, perhaps it was not just disinformation
that derailed Bennewitz. There is the possibility that he was
neutralized by ELF irradiation or other forms of government
mind control that drove him crazy.

After Bennewitz, the web of disinformation continued to
spread. In 1983 Linda Moulton Howe, a well-known UFO
researcher who oddly seems unable to entertain any other idea
than that UFOs are from outer space, was working on an HBO
documentary on UFOs. According to Moore, "when the
filmmaker [Howe] appeared on the scene, and it looked as if
Paul's story might become part of the script, the
counterintelligence people simply extended their




disinformation activities accordingly."

Howe met Richard Doty at Kirtland Air Force Base in a
building posted as an Air Force Office of Special Investigations
office. Once inside, Howe was taken to a room to speak with
Doty. Howe believed that they were going to discuss a UFO
sighting that had taken place at Ellsworth Air Force base, but
Doty began talking about her UFO documentary, leading her to
believe that she had been closely monitored during the film's
production. Doty told her that her research, and in particular an
earlier documentary titled Strange Harvest, had upset people,
with the implication that they were ranking military people.
Doty also told her that his superiors had asked him to show her
the contents of a plain brown envelope, which he removed from
a desk drawer. Although she was allowed to read the contents of
the envelope, she was not permitted to take notes.
Inside the envelope was a document titled "Briefing Paper for
the President of the United States of America About
Unidentified Aerial Vehicles," or very similar words. The
"Briefing Paper" described incidents of flying saucer crashes in
Aztec, New Mexico; Kingman, Arizona; Mexico; and two in
Roswell, New Mexico.

According to the briefing, two species of extraterrestrials had
established contact with the U.S. government. One species was
the well-known Greys, while the other was not described. The
document mentioned that extraterrestrials had been responsible
for creating Jesus Christ as a means for influencing human

The madness would spread. The UFO field would soon
collide with the political conspiracy research field and with the
underground patriot movement, and men like Bill Cooper, John
Lear, and others would be proclaiming that the secretive men
who ruled the world were not men at all. What was done to
Bennewitz and Howe on an individual case basis, was soon being
done to the American public on a much wider scale — and is still
being done by disinformation agents and the gullible souls who
believe them.

Richard Doty, at the time of the Bennewitz affair, is believed
to have been working for the Air Force Office of Special
Investigations. He had been trained in disinformation and
psychological warfare, and allegedly admitted that he was a
member of a disinformation group — probably the Aviary, to be
taken up later in this text.

According to published reports, William Moore stated that
Doty reported to a Pentagon official named Hennessey,




reportedly chief of security for the Stealth project. It is
impossible to gauge Doty's actual connections and
responsibilities, since portions of his service records are
expunged, although while stationed at Linsay Air Force Base in
West Germany, according to Phillip Klass, "Doty was charged
with falsifying official documents and telling falsehoods to his
commanding officer. A formal investigation confirmed these
charges and Doty was 'decertified' as a special agent [with the]
Air Force Office of Special Investigations and returned to
Kirtland AFB in late 1986. Doty spent his last two years before
retirement in food services management." [8]
The plot thickens. Researcher Lee Graham has said that
William Moore contacted him "in an intelligence capacity" and
that Moore said he worked for the government in releasing
sensitive UFO information. According to Graham, Moore had
shown him a Defense Investigation Service badge, although UFO
researcher and "nuclear physicist" Stanton Friedman in his
1996 apologia for the bogus MJ-12 documents titled Top
Secret/Majic puts a different spin on the event. Friedman said,
"As a joke, Bill once pulled out a MUFON identification card,
flashed it at Lee, and indicated that he was working for the
government. Lee bought it." This sidesteps the alleged
impersonation of a government official, Graham's memory of a
DIS badge, not a MUFON card, the fact that Moore has admitted
to being a government agent, and the bottom line that the joke
is unfunny. One wonders why Friedman would go out of his way
to disclaim the government connection of an admitted
government collaborator. [9]

The group that was functioning behind the scenes in the
Bennewitz story was probably the Aviary. In 1988 Seligman
Productions purchased from William Moore interviews with two
alleged government agents who went by the names Falcon and
Condor. They spoke behind screens during the filming,
allegedly out of fear of retaliation from their employers. In the
final product, broadcast on national television under the title
UFO Cover- Up Live!, their UFO revelations were cobbled
together with computer graphics of aliens and alien internal
organs that were claimed to have been done by the government;
a kind of gut level MJ-12 document. The computer graphics
were nothing of the sort. They were based upon earlier
drawings published by UFO researcher Leonard Stringfield. [10]
The revelations that Falcon and Condor offered were
predictable: confirmation of crashed saucers, live and dead
aliens, and the existence of the overarching secret government




MJ-12 agency charged with investigating and keeping the lid on
the existence of aliens. According to researcher Robert
Hastings, the two anonymous agents doing the alien whistle-
blowing were familiar face Sgt. Richard Doty, Air Force OSI
agent, and Robert Collins, an Air Force captain. [11]
William Moore has said that Doty was not Falcon, but was in
fact a liaison for another person. This person is possibly C.B.
Scott Jones, identified as "Falcon," a member of U.S. Navy
Intelligence for 15 years, and a collaborator with "non-lethality"
heavy weight John B. Alexander. Does this mean that neither
Doty nor Collins were actual members of what appears to be a
secret intelligence agency group, but were masquerading as
such, or employed at a lower level? Certainly their credentials
are not in the same league as the other reported members of the

There is another echelon (perhaps the only actual group)
reported as being members of the Aviary who cannot be
connected to UFO disinformation except in a tangential way.
Two alleged members of the Aviary, C.B. Scott Jones and John B.
Alexander, are said to have met William Moore at a party.
Then there are the bird names used by Doty and Collins,
although this does not prove membership in, but perhaps only
knowledge of the Aviary. This distinction is not often noted by
researchers who maintain that the Aviary is "a group of
intelligence and Department of Defense officers and scientists
with a brief to discredit any serious research in the UFO field."
This statement is probably true, but I am obliged to point out
that the evidence at this time is circumstantial. [12]

Alleged members of the flock are:

C.B. Scott Jones, reported to be "Falcon." After a long career
in Naval Intelligence, Jones "worked in the private sector
research and development community involved in the U.S.
government sponsored projects for the Defense Nuclear Agency
(DNA), Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and U.S. Army
Intelligence and Security Command." He was also a collaborator
with John B. Alexander, and the head of the Rockefeller
Foundation. [13]

Colonel John B. Alexander, retired, reported to be "Penguin,"
who has long been involved in fringe science and
parapsychological pursuits, and is the man who invented the
"non-lethality" approach in the military. Alexander is on the
board of directors for Psi-Tech, a remote viewing company that
also employs Major Edward Dames (formerly of the DIA), a




frequent guest on the nationwide Art Bell talk radio show.
Dames was, I believe, one of the persons talking on the Bell
show about the companion spaceship of the Hale-Bopp comet,
information that sent the Heaven's Gate group over the edge to

Ron Pandolphi, allegedly "Pelican," is a Ph.D. in physics who
works at the Office of the Deputy Director of Science and
Technology in the CIA. [14]

Dr. Christopher Green, allegedly "Bluejay," from the CIA.
Harold Puthoff, said to be "Owl," ex-NSA, a Scientologist at
last report, and involved in remote viewing studies.
Dr. Jack Verona, said to be "Raven," employed by the
Department of Defense, and reportedly involved in creating the
DIA's Sleeping Beauty mind assault electromagnetic weapons.
Bruce Maccabee, Ph.D., reported to be "Seagull," is an expert
in optical physics and laser weapons at the U.S. Naval Surface
Weapons Laboratory in Maryland. He is an author on UFO topics,
and a consultant to MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network.
Prior to the publication of a paper revealing the alleged
identities of the Aviary, researcher Armen Victorian was visited
by the anonymous "Morning Dove" and "Hawk," "who had
travelled to the UK with a message from the senior ranks
advising me not to go ahead with my expose. I rejected this
proposal." [15]

On examination, the group has several shared interests.
These are remote viewing and non-lethal weaponry.
It is, of course, understandable why the government would
want to confuse and neutralize the UFO research community,
even if there are no aliens at Area 51, Dulce, or any other facility.
UFO researchers from early on have probably been considered a
kind of citizens' spy agency, snooping and reporting on activities
that take place in the air and in the vicinity of military bases.
Those investigative reports, circulated via a large number of
books, journals, and videos, are also freely available to foreign

A secondary priority of military intelligence may be to
encourage UFO whistleblowers from within the military and
intelligence community to report to UFO "experts" covertly
connected to the government, thus identifying themselves and
allowing the government to stop leaks of classified information.
It is curious that disinformation connected to the Aviary by
researchers is mostly of an amateurish variety, like the
computer graphics of UFO Cover-up Live! Given the resources of
the above mentioned individuals, why would they have not




produced the magnum opus of UFO disinformation, replete with
unimpeachable film records and witnesses to back them up?
Something like a big-budget Alien Autopsy film?
Such an effort simply isn't necessary. A large percentage of
UFO researchers and the field of UFO buffs will buy into almost
any cheapjack silliness that is offered so long as it "proves" that
aliens are behind the mess the world is in. Disinfo jobs like the
creation of the MJ-12 document and the production of the UFO
Cover- Up Live! mugging and computerisms could be a relatively
low priority in the intelligence agency scheme of things, done by
underlings, and without much expense or oversight. Why waste
time, effort, and funds with overkill when the most shoddy of
efforts will pass muster and be treated by most UFO buffs as
ultimate authority?


1. Bennewitz, Paul, "Project Beta", copy in author's possession;
Bennewitz, Paul, Interview conducted by Jim McCampbell, September 11, 1984,
copy in the author's possession

2. Bennewitz, Paul, Interview conducted by Jim McCampbell

3. Vallee, Jacques, Revelations. (New York: Ballentine, 1991)

4. UFO magazine, Vol. 4, No. 4; Vallee

5. Cridland, Tim. Text of an unpublished letter to Fate magazine,
February 21, 1997; Seattle Times/Post Intelligencer, May 6, 1990

6. Bennewitz, interview by Jim McCampbell

7. Bennewitz, Project Beta

8. Vallee; Sutherly, Curt. Caveat Emptor magazine. Spring, 1990

9. Vallee; Friedman, Stanton. Top Secret/Majic. (New York, Marlowe &
Company, 1996)

10. Vallee

11. Vallee; Sutherly

12. Victorian, Armen. "Psychic Warfare & Non-Lethal Weapons," Nexus
magazine, October/November 1993; Victorian, Armen, "Non-lethality: John B.
Alexander, "The Pentagon's Penguin," Lobster magazine, issue 25

13. Victorian, "Psychic Warfare"

14. Ibid.

15. Ibid.; Boylan, Richard J. "Birds of a Feather: No More UFO-ET-
Disclosure Policy Splits Covert Network", obtained on the Internet, copy in
author's possession; Victorian, "Non-lethality"; Guyatt, David, "Police State of
Mind," Fortean Times magazine, March, 1997; Sutherly




Chapter 33:




The mind control topic that has received the most
publicity — and argument — in recent years is the alleged
government Project MONARCH. Some hypnotherapists and
alleged victims have come forward telling of the existence of
this supposedly CIA-sponsored program, while a flood of copycat
reports have relied on these sources.

A book published in 1995, Trance Formation of America, was
written on the subject by a confessed victim, Cathy O'Brien, and
her deprogrammer husband, Mark Phillips. In this apparently
vanity-printed tome O'Brien alleges that she was a victim of
MKULTRA MONARCH mind control for the majority of her life,
and was only rescued when she was deprogrammed at the age of
30 by Phillips, who says that he is a formerly CIA-connected

Trance Formation of America is prefaced with a long, poorly
written — in fact, barely literate — introduction by Phillips, who
alleges that he is a former employee of the CIA, or at least of a
CIA cutout called Capital International Airways. Phillips
mentions being present at least one "video taping of a TOP
SECRET psychiatric experiment" around 1970.
"While I lack the official published academic credentials,"
Phillips says, "I am recognized internationally by mental health
and law enforcement professionals as an authority on the secret
science concerning external control of the mind." It is
interesting that there is no substantiation of this recognition in
the book. What the slug of business cards that Phillips reprints
do suggest is that he was a salesman for several companies, and
was a hypnotherapist practicing for some period of time in
Nashville, although lacking "the official published academic
credentials," I wonder about the legality of that.
According to Phillips, at one point during the
deprogramming of Cathy O'Brien, he was given the name and
phone number of Jolyon "Jolly" West, at UCLA. "Little did I




know," Phillips reports, "that Dr. West had worked for the CIA
in Project MK- Ultra mind control research for decades."
Phillips must in truth have known very little, since if he had
cracked even one book on mind control he would certainly have
come across West's name several times.

O'Brien — actually a much more competent writer than
Phillips — recounts her alleged history as a drug and electroshock
mind-controlled slave-prostitute, beginning shortly after her
birth in Michigan 1957, with early child abuse by her father and
two uncles, including her being filmed in bestiality movies
produced by her father.

O'Brien alleges incidents of prostitution, mind control, and
abuse by priests at various Catholic churches in Michigan;
Michigan Congressman Guy VanderJagt; President Gerald Ford;
Senator Robert C. Byrd; Senator James Traficant; Pennsylvania
Governor Dick Thornburgh; Senator Patrick Leahy; Governor of
Tennessee Lamar Alexander; Dodger baseball manager Tommy
LaSorda; President Ronald Reagan; General Manuel Noriega;
Contra leader Daniel Ortega; CIA Director William Casey; baseball
player Nolan Ryan; Secretary of Education Bill Bennet; President
George Bush; Hillary Clinton; and a bevy of others including,
quoting O'Brien, "friends, local mobsters and Masons, relatives,
Satanists, strangers, and police officers."

According to O'Brien's recollection, many of those whom she
would come in contact with and be prostituted to during her
period as a mind controlled slave were trained in a complicated
series of MONARCH verbal commands, mostly consisting of
punning phrases relating to the Wizard of Oz, Disney films, and
television shows like I Dream of Jeannie, The Brady Bunch, and
Bewitched. No Nietzche or Alfred Rosenberg? That would seem
more to the tastes of the mind controllers that I know about.
These phrases would be used to manipulate her and other
MONARCH victims, causing them to shift from one programmed
identity to another.

In 1974, according to O'Brien's account, she was taken to
MacDill Air Force Base in Florida, where she received additional
mind control programming, then in 1975 she was taken to
Wyoming, where she claims she was tortured and raped by Dick
Cheney, then- White House Chief of Staff to President Ford. In
1976, she recalls, she was taken to the Kennedy Space Center
in Titusville, Florida, where she received her first NASA mind
control programming.

Involved tangentially in the country music business, O'Brien
found that most of the big names in that industry were either




mind-controlled slaves (Barbara Mandrell, Louise Mandrell,
Loretta Lynn), or CIA-run slave masters (Louise Mandrell's
husband R.C. Bannon, Boxcar Willie, Alex Houston, Kris
Kristopherson, Louise Mandrell's father Irby Mandrell, Jimmy
Buffet). According to O'Brien, CIA-involved country music acts
would be booked into areas where they could perform covert
operations for the Agency, mostly in the nature of drug running
operations. On one cocaine run to Hot Springs, Arkansas, in
1979, O'Brien reports that she met Bill Clinton, who had a nose
full of cocaine and used "standard Jesuit hand signals and
cryptic language," by which he controlled O'Brien.
O'Brien says she met Wayne Cox, whom she would soon
marry, in Nashville. Cox was a member of alleged "CIA
operative" Jack Greene's Desperado Band. Cox, she alleges, is
an occult-involved serial killer who would dismember victims
and sell their body parts to satanists through an underground
distributor. O'Brien says that "During the months I was back
with Cox, a muscle in my upper vaginal wall was cut and
dropped in preparation for [Alex] Houston to flesh carve a
hideous witch's face for Senator Byrd's perversions."
In 1980, O'Brien's daughter Kelly was born, according to her
only to be shunted directly into the MONARCH program of
prostitution and mind control.

In the 1980s O'Brien says she received MONARCH
programming from the Temple of Set's Colonel Michael Aquino,
at Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Fort McLellen in Anniston, Alabama;
and Redstone Arsenal and Marshall Space Flight Center in
Huntsville, Alabama; the latter programming in which "NASA
cooperated fully."

During the 1980s O'Brien claims she was working as a mind-
controlled courier, running messages to and transporting drugs
from such individuals as Senator Byrd, Baby Doc Duvalier, drug
lord Jose Busto, Ronald Reagan, and others. Ronald Reagan used
the nifty device of programming her to respond to certain
colors, and when he wanted her to perform a certain act or shift
into a particular personality, all he had to do was hand her one
of the colored jelly beans out of the jar on his desk.
O'Brien says that in one operation she relayed from Vice
President Bush to Vice President Salinas the "initial diplomatic
groundwork for the North American Free Trade Agreement
(NAFTA)." While under the control of George Bush, O'Brien
reports, Bush claimed to be a space alien and used hologram
technology to transform his features into a lizard. Coal to




Another of O'Brien's mind-controlled missions, she says, was
to deliver Education 2000 materials for Canadian Prime Minister
Brian Mulroney to implement. According to O'Brien, she was
also utilized as a sex slave at the Bohemian Grove compound in
Northern California. She describes various rooms at the
compound prepared for the prominent sex freaks of different
persuasions who frequented the place.

In the loose-knit communities and publications of conspiracy
politics research and the patriot movement, many take Phillips
and O'Brien's story as gospel. Of course, many also take Serge
Monast's Blue Beam story, space alien Hatonn's channellings in
Contact magazine, "the Photon Belt," the Roswell alien saucer
crash, Candy Jones, the MJ-12 "document," Commander X, Bill
Cooper, the Spear of Destiny, and any number of other shady
propositions as being truth, as well. The human race, by and
large, is not that intelligent, methinks.

I remember one woman at a local patriot coffee Match — a
"Meet, eat, and retreat" group, as Jack McLamb described
it — asking me what I thought of O'Brien's MONARCH allegations.
I told her that although I am not omniscient, due to the lack of
proof and the wild nature of her claims, that I doubted that
MONARCH existed. The woman looked at me like I had
suddenly used a hologram to transform my features into those of
a lizard. Doubting any story of evil perpetrated by the
government was ample reason to believe that I was a member of
the Other Side.

So what is the basis of Cathy O'Brien's story about being a
MONARCH slave, and Mark Phillips' tale of deprogramming her?
Truth is often stranger than fiction, and it is remotely — think in
terms of millions of light years distant — possible that O'Brien and
Phillips are telling the truth. More likely, in my opinion, is that
they are telling partly truth, partly lies or delusion. O'Brien may
have been the victim of massive abuse during her life. But most
likely is that the whole convoluted crazy story is delusion or
consciously made up. My reasons for believing this, aside from
the overall improbability of her lurid account, follow.
O'Brien states that MONARCH mind control conferred
photographic memory on her, thus making it possible for her to
remember verbatim the conversations of the persons in her
book. What she pointedly does not remember is even a single
date by which the presence and activities of prominent or not-
so-prominent persons could be connected, verified, or
disproved in her anecdotal accounts. She attributes this to the
"timeless" condition of being mind-controlled, but if she was




that "timeless," it is my belief that she would not have been able
to make a single appointment, catch a single airplane or boat,
remember her daughter's birth date (which she does at one
point), or even remember what decade these alleged events
transpired in.

Additionally, while O'Brien remembers quite a bit of realistic-
sounding detail about homespun scenes in places like
Muskegon, Wisconsin, her powers of description utterly fail her
when she is talking about the layout of Air Force bases, the tech-
nology of mind control laboratories, the top secret compounds
of high level politicos, and offices and other interiors in
Washington, D.C. I would think that there would be a wealth of
detail there, if the accounts were true, but there is not.
Also, there is not one incident of high level political
chicanery that she mentions that could not have been surmised
from published accounts, nor are there any unknown secretive
dealings that could be verified independently — not one that I can
find. The prominent political figures are solitary on the
MONARCH stage, with almost all subsidiary characters — aides,
secretaries, friends, wives, hangers-on — anonymous or
completely absent. O'Brien's remembrance of what took place
amongst the high and mighty, figures like Bush, Reagan, and
Noriega, is oddly all common knowledge in the news and the
literature of conspiracy theory — in fact, very common knowledge.
All of her "insider" information is confined to primitive
diatribes about the New World Order, NAFTA, and Education
2000, the kind of half-baked pabulum that anyone could pick up
with a cursory reading of some of the popular titles in
conspiracy research.

Finally, there seems to have been some collaboration on the
accounts of both Phillips and O'Brien, or perhaps a third person
working over both manuscripts. Although O'Brien is a far
superior writer to her "deprogrammer" husband, they both have
an identically weird usage of parentheses, as well as a
misunderstanding of the spelling of the same words. Example:
the use of "peaked" when they mean "piqued."
One could speculate long and hard on the truth about Trance
Formation of America. Was O'Brien actually abused and
prostituted and, under hypnosis, did she dub in a great deal of
extraneous material involving the rich and satanic? Is it a
purposeful hoax hatched by Phillips and O'Brien for the purpose
of selling books? A ploy written to make actual CIA and cult
mind control appear ridiculous? We may never know, but we
can know with a good deal of certainty that Trance Formation of




America is not what it purports to be: a true recounting of a
victim's mind control ordeal.

Another "tell-all" book about MONARCH mind control is the
encyclopediac vanity-published The Illuminati Formula Used to
Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave, by Fritz
Springmeier and Cisco Wheeler. Springmeier is a Christian
minister, a certified graphoanalyst, and reported to me in a brief
telephone conversation that he has spent several years
deprogramming alleged MONARCH victims. Wheeler, "since
1986... has been a recovering victim of mind control. She was
part of a group of Illuminati hierarchy members that rebelled
against their slavery... Her father was an Illuminati Grand Master
as well as one of the better programmers."

When I spoke to Springmeier he explained to me that his
books should be at the top of the New York Times bestseller
lists, seeing as how they reveal the most horrible secret of the
20th century. He also explained that he had spent one-half-
million hours deprogramming mind control victims. Odd that
so much of his research would be cursory, given that dedication.
The book is, in fact, poorly written, and loaded with
misspellings. I would forgive those shortcomings if there was
any real research, but the historical sections of the book are a
rehash of the standard works on mind control like Bowart's
Operation Mind Control, and a retelling of lurid evangelist
exposes of the "I was a 33rd degree Illuminati high priest" sort.
Uninformed conspiracy theorizing is coupled with page after
page of unverified "Illuminati" codes, details on mind control
bases (they allege Area 51 in Nevada is one of these, where an
estimated 2,000,000 Monarch slaves have been programmed),
analyses of movies and television programs as purveyors of
Monarch codes, and a hodgepodge of other things including
reprinted pages from a Star Trek "technical manual" alleged to
be used for programming.

The book is primarily 468 pages of poorly rehashed mind
control history, allegations, and hearsay, no doubt culled from
transcripts of the persons Springmeier says that he has
deprogrammed. And again, is what Springmeier and Wheeler
say totally bogus? There is nothing verifiable, other than the
well-worn stories that the co-authors have culled from the work
of others. Nothing in this huge "Illuminati Formula" is proven,
nothing whatsoever is verified.

Again, I admit that out of all of the people who Springmeier
claims he has deprogrammed, there might be some of them who
have received abuse, who have been victims of satanic groups, or




who have even received intelligence agency mind control. But
with the undocumented way that the book is done, there is no
way of telling if any of the material that Wheeler and
Springmeier presents is true.

The single most telling detail suggesting that MONARCH is a
hoax or a product of delusion is that the term itself does not
appear in any intelligence agency document, or in the
statements of any bonafide intelligence agent that I am aware of.
Nor do any of the other MONARCH buzzphrases that are so
handily tossed about by "experts" on the subject. There is no
corroboration of MONARCH terms in any verified intelligence
agency documents that I am aware of, nor by any actual defectors
from the intelligence community, of which there are many.
I am not saying that cultic abuse and murder and mind
control do not take place in the world, I know they do. I am not
saying that men like Michael Aquino, Anton LaVey, Louis Jolyon
West, and prominent politicians may not be involved in this kind
of activity — some of them are. What I am saying is that
understanding what is really going on is ill- served by MONARCH
faddists and conspiracy freaks who, having seen something in
print once, believe it forever, or who cannot tell the difference
between truth and imagination, and cannot separate out fact
from urban legend, or memory from hypnotic fantasies.
For all I know, MONARCH may even exist roughly in the way
that persons like Phillips, O'Brien, Wheeler, and Springmeier
have described. But their documentation and analysis is not up
to proving it. And it is perfectly apparent that if they deal with
the content of mind control trauma in the same way that they
handle the conspiracy research they cite whose sources I am
quite familiar with, then their abilities as deprogrammers as
well as writers and researchers should be doubted.
The answer to the O'Brien-Phillips-Wheeler-Springmeier
school of conspiracy research is, of course, compiling evidence,
not just hashing together allegations, fantasies, innuendoes, and
things once heard at a revival meeting. But that would
seemingly ruin the fun. The worst thing about these sorts of
researchers is that their false reports and delusory connections
muddy the water for anyone trying to get to the truth about
mind control.




Dr. Ewen Cameron.


Chapter 34:




Although it may be argued that the growth of technology and
industry in Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries allowed the
birth of democracy, the evolution of technology has also led to
the centralization of power and wealth in the hands of a few.
Dollars, most fundamentally, define the true power of the vote in
this world, therefore the rich have trillions of votes whereas the
poor may not be able to vote at all. And the votes of the rich,
their dollars, are being cast in favor of totalitarianism: they are
being invested in the technology of control.

The increase in the sophistication and power of technology is
a self-reinforcing loop that geometrically undermines
democratic impulses, as the owners consolidate their own
interests, and continue to shape the popular will in the image of
the needs of control. For example, almost all information
sources available to the vast majority of the populace are part of
the controlled media. The mind of the subordinate in most
cases is not his own.

As the controllers and their corporations assimilate all of the
apparatus of society, creating new strategies for assimilation as
they go, the individual becomes increasingly dependent on the
external functions of the controllers for his daily necessities;
unless he goes along with the program, he is ejected from the
society, usually to die.

Now, new strategies of technological control bring the goal of
total mind and body control into range. Now mind control
implants and broadcast electromagnetics are able to not only
channel messages and control into the subject's brain, they are
also able to link the brain with computers — to digitize the
subject's mind as part of a larger computerized structure.
By 1969, it is rumored, the CIA was able to achieve direct
communication between computers and the brain. Whether this
precise date is correct or not, in 1994 a Colorado company,
Advanced Neurotechnologies, came up with a device called




Brainlink, consisting of a brain-to-computer interlace that
amplified 0.5Hz to 40Hz brainwaves, and turned them into
coded computerese. [1]

At about the same time, there were also reports that Naval
Research Laboratories, the Japanese Ministry of International
Trade and Industry, the U.S. Defense Advanced Research
Projects Agency, and other groups were collaborating in
research into the Molecular Electronic Device (MED), also
known as the "biochip." According to researcher David Paul,
"There are several designs for these organic microprocessors,
but the essential idea is to use protein molecules or synthetic
organic molecules as computing elements to store information
or act as switches with the application of voltage. Signal flow in
this case would be by sodium or calcium ions. Others feel that
artificial proteins can be constructed to carry signals by electron
flow. Still another idea is to 'metalize' dead neuronal tissue to
produce processing devices."

Paul quotes geneticist Kevin Ulmer, of Genex Corporation,
who states, "The ultimate scenario is to develop a complete
genetic code for the computer that would function as a virus
does, but instead of producing more virus, it would assemble a
fully operational computer inside a cell." [2]

In July 1996, information was released on research currently
taking place into creation of a computer chip called the "Soul
Catcher 2025." Dr. Chris Winter and a team of scientists at
British Telecom's Martlesham Heath Laboratories, near Ipswich,
are developing a chip that, when placed into the skull behind
the eye, will record all visual and physical sensations, as well as
thoughts. According to Winter, "This is the end of death... By
combining this information with a record of the person's genes,
we could recreate a person physically, emotionally, and

Another of the possibilities of the chip that Winter discussed
was the downloading of an older person's entire life experience
into a newborn child.

Winter says that the first uses of the "Soul Catcher" will be
for the military, where soldiers will be implanted to act as
communications links, and an up-link to GPS (global position
system) satellites. Prototypes are to be available within five
years, military applications within 10 years, and free commercial
availability in 20-30 years.

It is interesting that the Martlesham Heath location is located
close to the area where the famous 1980 UFO incident took
place at Woodbridge/Bentwaters. [3]




In 1996 an alleged secret document was released that had
supposedly been leaked from "Intelli-Connection, a Security
Division of IBM," located at 1200 Progress Way, Armonk, New
York. The similarity of the name of the above-described Soul
Catcher 2025 chip with the 2020 neural chip may not be
coincidental, since the technology seems roughly identical.
Here is an edited text of the document, reprinted at length
because of its significant implications:





The control of crime will be a paramount concern in the 21st
Century. We must be ready with our security products when the
demand for them becomes popular. Our Research and
Development Division has been in contract with the Federal
Bureau of Prisons, the California Department of Corrections, the
Texas Department of Public Safety, and the Massachusetts
Department of Correction to run limited trials of the 2020
neural chip implant. We have established representatives of our
interests in both management and institutional level positions
within these departments.

Federal regulations do not yet permit testing of implants on
prisoners, but we have entered into contractual testing of our
products. We have also had major successes in privately owned
sanitariums with implant technology. We need, however, to
expand our testing to research how effective the 2020 neural
chip implant performs in thos identified as the most aggressive
in our society. Limited testing has produced a number of

In California, several prisoners were identified as members of
the security threat group, EME, or Mexican Mafia. They were
brought to the health services unit at Pelican Bay and
tranquilized with advanced sedatives developed by our
Cambridge, Massachusetts laboratories. The implant procedure
takes 60-90 minutes depending upon the experience of the
technician. We are working on a device which will reduce that
time by as much as 60%. The results of implants on 8 prisoners
yielded the following:

— Implants served as surveillance monitoring device for threat
group activity




— Implants disabled two subjects during an assault on
correctional staff

— Universal side-effects in all 8 test subjects revealed that
when the implant was set to 116 MHz all subjects became
lethargic and slept an average of 18-22 hours per day
— All subjects refused recreation periods for 14 days during
the 116 MHz test evaluation

— 7 of the 8 subjects did not exercise, in the cell or out of the
cell, and 5 of the 8 subjects refused showers up to three days at
a time

— Each subject was monitored for aggressive activity during

the test period and the findings are conclusive that 7 out of the

8 test subjects exhibited no aggression, even when provoked

— Each subject experienced only minor bleeding from the

nose and ears 48 hours after the implant due to initial


— Each subject had no knowledge of the implant for the test
period and each implant was retrieved under the guise of
medical treatment

It should be noted that the test period was for less than two
months. However, during that period, substantial data was
gathered by our research and development team which suggets
that the implants exceed expected results. One of the major
concerns of Security and the R&D team was that the test
subject would discover the chemical imbalance during the initial
adjustment period and the test would have to be scrubbed.
However, due to advanced technological developments in the
sedatives administered, the 48-hour adjustment period can be
attributed to prescription medicatio given to the test subjects
after the implant procedure.

One of the concerns raised by R & D was the cause of the
bleeding and how to eliminate that problem. Unexplained
bleeding might cause the subject to inquire further about his
"routine" visit to the infirmary or other health care facility.
The security windfall from the brief test period was
enormous. Security officials now know several strategies
employed by the EME that facilitate the transmission of illegal
drugs and weapons into their correctional facilities. One
intelligence officer remarked that while they cannot use the
information they have in a court of law, they know who to watch
and what outside "connections" they have. The prison at
Soledad is now considering transferring three subjects to
Vacaville where we have ongoing implant research. Our
technicians have promised that they can do three 2020 neural




chip implants in less than an hour. Soledad officials hope to
collect information from the trio to bring a 14-month
investigation into drug trafficking by correctional officers to a

Essentially the implants make the unsuspecting prisoner a
walking, talking recorder of every event he comes into contact
with. There are only five intelligence officers at the Commission
of Corrections who actually know the full scope of the implant

In Massachusetts, the Department of Correction has already
entered into high-level discussions about releasing certain
offenders to the community with the 2020 neural chip

[Dated 20 October 1995, with distribution marked "Eyes
Only: Project Group 7A"]

After reading the above paper, I wondered if it was a factual
leaked memorandum or an all-too-common disinformation ploy
concocted by some zealous anti-mind control activist. It was
only after discovering corroborative information that the scale
tipped in my mind toward it being factual. That is, "Vision
2020: Colorado Courts of the Future", dated March 20, 1992,
and originating from the Colorado State Judicial System. The
Vision 2020 Project, or at least one compartment of it, was the
result of evaluations of the proposal of implementing electronic
implants by 80 prominent citizens of Colorado. The citizens
came out in favor of the proposal.

According to Vision 2020, "biological and chemical
technologies will explode in the next thirty years as rapidly as
electronic technologies. We will be able to use genetic
engineering, chemicals and chip implants to change human
behavior. This will raise several questions regarding the extent
to which the state can 'reprogram' individuals because of their
societally unacceptable behavior... these advances in technology
will occur..." The ultimate conclusion of the document is that
"new treatment methods and sentencing alternatives should be

Additional confirmation of the 2020 document is the fact that
mind control experimentation is still going on at Vacaville, as
the document states. This was confirmed in July of 1995, when
it was announced that three inmates at Vacaville had died in
non-air conditioned cells. The announcement indicated that
two of the prisoners may have died due to the "medical"
treatment they were receiving at the time. The medical facility,




however, revealed that the so-called medical treatments were in
fact behavior modification treatments. [4]
And so we have reached a culmination.

Surfers of the informational moment are hanging ten on the
most awesome cybernetic tsunami ever conceived, barrelling
through an electronic womb-net of human culture, rocking and
buffeted but unsensing of the farther shore ahead.
As the denizens of Tavistock have commented repeatedly, the
structures and thinking patterns of the Industrial Age are
breaking up, and breaking in on the conceptual edge of the
Information Age. This transition is an alchemical change
without equivalence in recorded history. There are no viable
analogies other than, perhaps, the discovery of the uses of fire,
and in fact the only available and most insightful analogies are
being provided by madmen whose addled cortexes are the
nearest thing to the mental equipment necessary to compre-
hend the current changes.

The reason that the information floodgates have been allowed
to be opened is that the castles of the conspiracy are well
defended by underlings, and that, secondarily, the controllers
are benumbed by the excess of centuries. Free access to
information and to the future will be a temporary thing unless
we use this moment well.

Now we return to H.G. Wells, who had so much to say about
the Things to Come. There may be a long-term strategy involved
in the computerization of the world and the creation of the
Internet, which can be discerned by referencing Wells, in a
speech before a Round Table front, the Royal Institute of
International Affairs, in November, 1936, when he spoke of
something called the 'World Encyclopaedia." Wells said:
"At first the realization of the ineffectiveness of our best
thought and knowledge struck only a few people, like Mr.
Maynard Keynes, for example... It is science and not men of
science that we want to enlighten and animate our politics and
rule the world... I want to suggest that something, a new social
organization, a new institution — which for a time I shall call
World Encyclopaedia... This World Encyclopaedia would be the
mental background of every intelligent man in the world... Such
an Encyclopaedia would play the role of an undogmatic Bible to
World culture. It would do just what our scattered and
disoriented intellectual organizations of today fall short of doing.
It would hold the world together mentally... It would compel
men to come to terms with one another... It is a super university
I am thinking of, a World Brain; no less... Ultimately, if our




dream is realized, it must exert a very great influence upon
everyone who controls administrations, makes wars, directs
mass behavior, feeds, moves, starves and kills populations... You
see how such an Encyclopaedia organization could spread like a
nervous network, a system of mental control about the globe,
knitting all the intellectual workers of the world through a
common interest and cooperating unity and a growing sense of
their own dignity, informing without pressure or propaganda,
directing without tyranny."

Wells was more candid about mind control in an unpublished
memo, penned November 30, 1936:

"The Universities and the associated intellectual
organizations throughout the world should function as a police of
the mind."

Certainly all of this sounds science fictional — you know, The
Time Machine and War of the Worlds, and all that — but we are at
that stage where it has suddenly become real.
It was during the Nixon administration that a 300-page White
House "Administratively Confidential" report, prepared by John
Erlichman of Watergate fame, proposed putting a government
radio in every home in the United States. Although the system
would ostensibly be used as an emergency warning system, the
report also suggested that the radios could be used to educate
preschoolers for world citizenship, and to propagandize to offset
social unrest.

But the report went farther, and in retrospect provides some
insight into what is going on today. According to the report, the
government radios would be part of a "wired nation" system that
would also act as a computer clearinghouse, localizing all the
nation's police and health records in one giant databank. [5]
And, of course, this is only the tip of the electronic iceberg.
Given the advances in computing and electronic control over the
past several decades, it is apparent that the most science
fictional possibilities for worldwide mind control are here, or at
least only around the corner. Given technologies for the
broadcasting of thought via electromagnetics, for "synthetic
telepathy," it is not at all unlikely that there could soon be a
worldwide network of satellites providing, not only surveillance,
but total mind control, broadcasting thoughts, moods emotions.
These satellites could hang in geosynchronous orbit,
manipulating we marionettes in whatever fashion might be
desired. It would be a Home Shopping Network of the Mind,
where one had no choice but to buy, buy, buy.
Thoughts would be broadcast to mollify the masses, thoughts




to make them work harder, thoughts to reward them for being
good little drones, to make them buy consumer goods, to enrage
them to whatever murderous jihad the engines of commerce
and the Society of the Spectacle required that month.


1. Smith, Jerry, HAARP: Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy, (1997,
AUP, Kempton, Illinois)

2. Paul, David, "Man A Machine," Apocalypse Culture, Adam Parfrey,
ed. (Venice, California: Feral House, 1990)

3. The Daily Telegraph, UK; Daily Mail, UK, July 18, 1996 4. "2020
Neural Chip Implant", reprinted in Nexus magazine, October/November 1996;
"Microchip Technology," EYE magazine, Fall 1993; Martin and Caul. "Mind
Control", the Napa Valley Sentinal, undated copy; "Jon King's X-File
Document", UFO Reality magazine, 1996, otherwise unidentified clipping

5. Packard






Human culture has always been manipulated by mind control,
i.e., the monopolization, concealment, and destruction of
information and the control of man's primary tool of information
processing: the mind. In the 20th century, however, the
technological tools for attaining total control have been
delivered into the hands of a small coterie, the scientists and
the men who hold their leashes, and those tools have been
turned upon the mostly unsuspecting populace, who have been
manipulated, prodded, worked on, deluded and destroyed,
usually in the name of achieving a peaceful, i.e., a controlled

When information on mind control is broached the response
is standard: This is science fiction. Certainly the technology of
surveillance and control has been evolving at a rapid rate, the
average person responds, but it will be years, perhaps centuries
before true mind control is achieved.

Think again. This response in itself is a carefully cultivated
mind state. The true capabilities of technology have been
concealed in order to achieve the element of surprise.
The world is now science fiction. There are no limits to the
control that can be induced upon the population by technology
as it currently exists. Now the only delay is in the utilization. It
is true that there may be some fine-tuning, some honing, some
distribution of technology that will take place in the years to
come. There will be new brainstorms that link the disparate
technologies that exist, there will be strategies for, as Christians
are apt to say, getting people to take "the Mark." But total
control is no longer the nightmarish pipedream of centuries to
come. Give it ten years: then the war for the control of the mind
will have been won — or lost.

Key to understanding mind control is understanding the
capabilities of life itself, and that may be salvation for the
population of this planet. Mind control is a reductive process by
which a life unit is reduced in power until it is placed under the
control of the manipulative agent. It is the means by which man
is turned into an animal, or a machine.
The direction is obvious. It is our challenge to decondition




ourselves and our fellow humans from all of the various modes of
mind control that currently shape and warp our lives, both the
dramatic ones I have focused on in this volume, and the less
dramatic ones that have been applied since time immemorial.
Brain control implants, yes; psychotronic generators, yes; but
there are a host of more subtle control techniques that must be
confronted: television, advertising, schooling, religion... political

At one end of the scale there is the psychiatric-conditioned
animal, the human reduced in intellect and taught to drool by
Pavlovian dog training techniques. The other end of the scale of
possibilities open to humanity knows no definition. Although it
may be a controversial viewpoint, I believe that the potentials of
humans are unlimited after they have been progressively freed
from limiting beliefs and delusions, all of which communicate to
them that they are puny things who must carry out the wishes of
the controllers. Technology can, in fact, be utilized to destroy
limitations to human freedom, and that is another part of the
challenge, to harness technology in the work of liberation.
Ultimately, all barriers to our evolution can be shed. All limits
to human freedom are imposed by mind control.





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No main stream media sites including Wikipedia are searched on this custom search page .... only websites dedicated to exposing the truth about 9/11, JFK assassination and the Holocaust hoax. This may include 'gatekeeper' sites such as, Architects & Engineers for 9/11, Chomsky 'gatekeeper' we mean websites who never mention Israel, UK or Saudi Arabia as complicit in the 'inside job' attack. The roots of 9/11 go back to the Jewish Bolshevik revolution, Zionist/Nazi Germany (chronology below), the Holocaust hoax (treachery to spur emigration to Palestine) ... Google restricts results to 10 pages (100 items)

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Yes to 'no planes', Israel nuked the WTC, the Holocaust(timeline below) is a hoax, the Mossad / LBJ assassinated John Kennedy & ISIS=Hitler.

Interactive Spreadsheet - 9/11 Truth, JFK assassination, Holocaust revision & ISIS


Nazi Era Timeline
Trump / Clinton 9/11 Truth Timeline


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