July 1, 2013
The mission of a small "elite" group to control the masses is nothing new.
It has always been a tool implemented in the
form of propaganda used to alter perception and thus steer the direction of
large populations. The
modern methods of mind control are in many ways merely higher-tech
extensions of what always has been predictably successful: religion, sports,
politics, education, etc.
Simultaneously, choice has been reduced in fundamental areas such as finance, education and health with reams of legislation and "incentives" to ensure compliance.
Combined with control over education and media, it's no wonder why true rebellion struggles to take hold.
Nevertheless, despite the above assaults,
people are rebelling - globally. This indicates a tentative
awakening that is troubling if you are in the vast minority of those who
knowingly attempt to enslave the planet. So what does tomorrow bring?
There are 7 likely ways this could be achieved if we don't learn about their agenda in time to continue resisting their anti-human ends.
1 - Surveillance and Gadgets
Surveillance alone can change the way we think and act.
These two facets together are more powerful still. They have now been successfully intertwined into a de facto brain-computer interface. If we look at just two inventions - the television and video game consoles - we see a massive impact upon the way people of all ages view the world through their gadgets.
In order to take people to the next level of mind control, there has to be a consumer relation to it, as well as creating something that appears intrinsically necessary to relate to the outside world. Enter the Internet and the "smart" devices wired into it.
The Internet is every form of
surveillance and gadget wrapped up into one. Now, even that
is heading to the next level. It has been shown that this type of
rewire the brain.
The direct experience with mind/perception alteration preps the individual for this type of direct manipulation in other areas of their lives. Remember, this is a two-way street - data received and data transmitted.
Combine this with the fact that every two-way action is recorded by tech companies, then fed into government databases, and we see the foundation being erected of a pyramid with a much clearer all-seeing eye than in tyrannies of even the recent past.
2 - Mind-controlled Robots and Drones
This is already in the mainstream news, but how about the merging of man and machine? This is what the transhumanist dream actually is, but DARPA is naturally looking to be sure it gets to the battlefield first.
The Royal Society, an elite UK think-tank which will be mentioned later, has published a report that indicates an interest in using brain mapping technology to keep soldiers alert, as well as,
3 - Magnetic Manipulation
Transcranial pulsed ultrasound was made famous by The God Helmet.
This is being tested in the military and begins to form the crucial bridge between "buying into it" and being subjected to it. Weapons are already being developed (and possibly used) that use transcranial pulse ultra sound to soldiers to increase altertness and minimize pesky emotions like fear or compassion. It turns human beings into thoughtless drones to be controlled from a distance.
On the battlefield, enemies can be subjected to the opposite - lethargy, nausea, lack of impulse control, and a whole range of behavior that has no bearing upon one's will to act otherwise.
Here is a frightening description from Wired reporter Jack Hitt as his brain is magnetically manipulated to have a "religious experience."
It's unlikely that only benign visions are planned for battlefield Earth.
Here is a link to a .mil page discussing remote control of brain activity using ultrasound: Remote Control of Brain Activity Using Ultrasound.
4 - Implants and Ingestibles
RFID is one technology being touted as a wonder for finding lost items - like kids and dogs and products - but has also broken through into the field of medicine.
Most people might want to know, for instance, if their body was registering signs of an impending upheaval at the chemical level, before it ever had time to take hold and manifest as a full-blown physical event. This plays a major role in selling the mind-body-computer connection to nearly every age.
It, too, is a form of surveillance, but one that is even more salable, as there is a finer edge to this sword than straight snooping. The area of mind control, aside from the obvious behavioral changes, becomes probable with RFID implants and ingestible RFID.
VeriMed's human implant has been approved by the FDA and has been used as an ID system by the Israeli military. At the moment, this technology is being sold as an interior sensor network, but there is much more that can be done, as has been shown in animal testing.
Once again, the battlefield is where it is
likely to appear first in the area of neurorobotics, funded by DARPA of
course, as seen in the video below:
However, with the rise of nanotechnology which can insert itself across the blood-brain barrier, it is not out of the question that the invasion could come by stealth through food or vaccines.
Nanoparticles have been admitted in food, clothing and appliances. Mad scientists have no idea what type of Pandora's Box they are opening.
Their only job is to open the doors and let the guinea pigs offer the results. Scientists openly have admitted to wanting to rewire the brain through DNA modification... to help us, though.
5 - Genetic and Neuroengineering
To some, genetics form the basis of all behavior.
Most would agree that it plays a role, even if a limited one that is subservient to the human will to determine behavior beyond being merely a de facto automaton. That isn't stopping geneticists from attempting to determine traits, then alter or eradicate certain ones.
The logical extension of this testing gets into the area of behavioral predictive programming, not only through all of the data that has been compiled on you through surveillance of your every move and expression of your every thought, but right down into the very fiber of your being.
Ed Boyden from MIT's Neuroengineering and Neuromedia Lab, explains:
Such as, Rewiring DNA Circuitry Could Help Treat Asthma and other supposedly benign efforts to eradicate afflictions and disorders.
The concept of genetic circuitry is being pursued to rewire human cells to sense disease and treat it.
Those who are involved in this area of study must call into question perfectly benign initiatives,
6 - Neuroscience
The Economist noted in 2002 that this was the future of mind control; well, now we're here.
This is a huge area of research and it shows by how much is being invested, and how many federal agencies are involved. Obama's BRAIN Project is heavily invested in the notion that the human brain is the final frontier. It is a comprehensive $100 million dollar 10-year plan that is already bearing some fruit.
It is being announced by The Atlantic Wire that The 'Google Earth' of 3D Brain Maps is Here:
Memory erasure has been sought to eliminate posttraumatic stress disorder, for example, which serves as a reminder of the horrors of war on both sides of a conflict.
Multi-tour soldiers are more suicidal and homicidal than ever before and should prompt people to question the motivations for putting human beings in such a horrible state... not seeking to erase the consequences. This type of rewiring fundamentally alters what it means to be a human being capable of compassion, empathy, and free will.
And, in fact, some scientists are fortunately raising the serious ethical concerns of military mind control, as documented by Jonathan Moreno.
And we never should forget that what is
developed on the battlefield is sure to trickle down into the rest of
Between the Internet of Things and recent revelations that reporter Michael Hastings' car could theoretically have been hacked, the concept of a direct mind upload to the Internet/Cloud should be seen as more than troubling.
If all of these lesser systems are open to surveillance and hacking, whether domestically or abroad, it would stand to reason that the mind, too, will be subject to security leaks, blunders, and deliberate alteration.
Neurogadget.com reported the following:
With the advent of quantum computing, some believe that encryption will guarantee the state of one's mind, as it were.
But given what we know now about
corporate-government overlap and cooperation, will you be comfortable
putting your mind literally in the Cloud? Remember, every new level of
computation promises the guarantee of more safety and privacy,
while every revelation points to a vast reduction of both. The merging
of man and machine into the matrix could become a permanent nightmare
from which it is impossible to awaken.
It is his assertion that the above-mentioned technologies are ultimately doomed to failure.
Jon goes on to suggest that the reductionist approach to the human brain is nothing more than wishful thinking (pardon the pun) for controllers.
In fact, the human brain is infinitely complex and cannot be so easily pinned down, predicted, and manipulated.
That is, if we won't permit it to be.
What are your thoughts? Is it inevitable that science will decode the human brain so completely that we will be at the mercy of mad scientists to play us like a version of The Sims?
Or is humanity in fact greater than the sum of its parts; non-quantifiable and forever as free and boundless as it wishes to be?