May 3, 2013 3 Comments
Discussions about “conspiracy” generally involve a handful of subjects, one of the top five of which is “mind controlled assassins” and the MKULTRA project. MKULTRA encompassed numerous other projects including dozens of institutions, universities and programs designed to perfect the military (and now domestic) use of various types of psychological manipulation and conditioning intent on creating a Pavlovian slave, able to be programmed into completing various missions. One of the primary aspects of this strategy involves using both hypnosis and individuals with multiple personalities (formerly Multiple Personality Disorder, now Dissociative Identity Disorder). While in a trance state, or under various types of psychologically altered states using drugs, the person or personalities can be programmed with various key words used by the handler, and even at times without the individual or the personalities being aware of the events that transpired or the programming itself.
This sounds a bit outlandish to most, but I have unearthed some interesting references. Deniers and the ignorant harp that while it is well-known that MKULTRA was real, it was nothing but a limited series of experiments that ended with the Church Committee investigations that ended in 1975. During its inception in the early 1950s and up through the 1970s (and on into today) numerous films have included this theme with a striking accuracy: A Clockwork Orange, The Manchurian Candidate (two films), The Bourne films, Hide and Seek, Bond, Jacob’s Ladder, The Shining, The Prisoner, The Long Kiss Goodnight, Salt, The Avengers (both films of this title), Total Recall (the new one), Hanna, The Mechanic, The Ipcress File, Suckerpunch, Oblivion, and several others.
The names associated with the programs are Dr. Ewen Cameron, Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, Dr. Jose Delgado, Dr. Jolyon West, Dr. George Estabrooks, and others. While this itself is easily tracked down in terms of the existence of the programs, what is lesser known are articles like Dr. George Estabrooks’ article from the April 1971 Science Digest, Hypnosis Comes of Age. Included in the article are some striking admissions, especially since the OSS, CIA and FBI utilized Estabrooks and his skills. The article mentions, first of all, Estabrooks’ claim of the use of secret couriers and keywords that function as the triggers in the operative: Read more of this post