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Postby ninakat » Thu Jul 03, 2008 4:40 pm

American Dream wrote:From an acquaintance of mine who's a MK-ULTRA survivor. We were discussing this thread, and I received these comments:

The Monroe Institute has a division for the general public, who can come for courses and order hemi-sync tapes to learn to relax, focus, meditate, etc. but I know from my own experience and testimonial of other survivors of the MKUltra program that the Monroe Institute is DEEPLY implicated in trauma based mind control and "espionage" (a euphemism). Hemi-sync was used as part of my Theta programming and I was witness to military/cult higher-ups who made regular visits to the Institute to attend training sessions. I think it's a good bet that part of their facility is dedicated to training cult programmers.


Creepy, but not surprising at all.
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Postby lightningBugout » Thu Jul 03, 2008 11:26 pm

Did some more reading about Monroe today and its connections to Ft. Meade mostly. I admit that I still have some deep skepticism about TBMC, but so far, the speculation about Monroe is very compelling. Particularly given its proximity to Mt. Weather.

What I find really fascinating at this point is that there are several books (including Reading the Enemy's Mind: Inside Star Gate--America's Psychic Espionage Program that lay out a very compelling case for the relevance of Monroe and Hemi-Sync. But, not surprisingly, only MK Ultra survivor's testimony to suggest that children were involved.

This seems odd given that, if the Chinese Super-Psychic Children claim has any truth, the us would almost certainly have been investing in the same program during the same years, which is both later than MK Ultra stuff and, honestly, it is difficult for me to believe TBMC would be necessary..?

One interesting note too - there is a public dispute between Joe McMoneagle and his former Army superior about Joe having made a claim somewhere that he never worked for the army.
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Postby American Dream » Thu Jul 03, 2008 11:46 pm

lightningBugout wrote:
This seems odd given that, if the Chinese Super-Psychic Children claim has any truth, the us would almost certainly have been investing in the same program during the same years, which is both later than MK Ultra stuff and, honestly, it is difficult for me to believe TBMC would be necessary..?


There is evidence of U.S. interest in harnessing psychic sensitivities by all sorts of methods, including trauma-based mind control. Unfortunately, much of the TBMC evidence is first-person testimony, which is not corroborated by other means. Evidence also exists of less coercive programs such as Andy Puharich's "space kids" from the Turkey Farm in Ossining, New York.

I personally suspect that some of the same agenda may exist behind the Indigo Kids project out of Ashland Oregon, as well as Ramtha's school for kids, which includes a major component on psychic development, as well as sundry other cults which are testing out techniques to promote psychic development in children.

This should not be taken to suggest that it's all nefarious, nor that it's all benevolent...
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Postby lightningBugout » Fri Jul 04, 2008 1:15 am

The new director of the MI, Paul Rademacher, gave this talk recently:

"Trauma, Mysticism and Whole Brain Functioning
with Paul Rademacher
Executive Director of the Monroe Institute

Though spiritual offerings abound in this age of information, the pace of life and the deluge of noise in our culture often thwart inner exploration. Sometimes it takes a life changing ordeal to break through the fog of numbness and distraction, so we can see with new eyes. In the first part of this workshop we will look at trauma as one possible doorway to nonordinary perception. Though it is an involuntary and often unwanted intrusion, trauma can serve as an initiation into mystical awareness. For many, especially in western culture where so little emphasis is placed on voluntary spiritual training, it is the first call to a larger life.

Yet trauma is not the only way. With intention and attention we can proactively enter into subtle, yet powerful realms of awareness. During the second part of this presentation we will explore methods of The Monroe Institute to introduce new ranges of perception. We will also have an experiential demonstration of the Hemi-Sync® technology that is used to induce whole brain functioning as a means toward higher awareness. Ironically, when we voluntarily enter states of nonordinary perception, another doorway is often opened: we can touch the potential for healing traumas of the past. In the third part of the program we will look at ways wholeness begins to emerge within the context of new perceptions of life and self awareness. "
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Postby Avalon » Fri Jul 04, 2008 1:28 am

I'd be interested in hearing mre from those who have used the Hemi-Synch technology.

Are there any kinds of people (or people with certain traits) that shouldn't try them?

How do you know what version to get?

How does it compare with techniques taught by western shamanic practitioners? Or modern magickal practice?
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Postby lightningBugout » Fri Jul 04, 2008 1:35 am

It's official, I am obsessed with Monroe, check this out:

Intuitive Investing

(so is this what explains the 9/11 trades? kidding, but WTF?)

The Intuitive Investing Workshop
Remote Viewing Applications to Financial Markets

A 4-Day Weekend at the World-Renowned Monroe Institute in Faber, Virginia


Do you have an uncanny sense of knowing? Are you successful in what you do? Have others admired you and looked to you for guidance, leadership, and direction? You may be a natural intuitive.


We are privileged and delighted to offer the opportunity to learn an eminently practical application for your innate abilities—a special application of what has become known as Associative Remote Viewing or ARV.


This is a 4-day workshop that teaches you how to use Associative Remote Viewing as an intuitive forecasting strategy and then as an aide to investment decision-making based on the use of redundant, error-detecting protocols. You will learn how to use this technique to invest in the stock and commodity futures markets on your own. But if you would rather have the support of professionals and are willing to be an active participant, you will learn how to become part of an investment club.


Even more exciting, you’ll learn this unique strategy directly from two experts in the field, Skip Atwater, President, The Monroe Institute and Marty Rosenblatt, a physicist who has a long history of putting this system into practice.


Unlike a number of the advanced courses at The Monroe Institute, this workshop is open to the public, has no prerequisites, and requires no previous training in remote viewing. This is an intensive, hands-on weekend workshop where you’ll learn the intuitive forecasting theory and then make actual market trades using your skills.


Attendance is limited – register early!

The cost of this workshop is only $1,000, which includes your room, all your meals and snacks, and free shuttle transportation from and to Charlottesville. If you want to join the ARV Investment Club, you will need to plan on an additional $1,000 to invest.
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Postby OP ED » Fri Jul 04, 2008 1:42 am

Avalon wrote:I'd be interested in hearing mre from those who have used the Hemi-Synch technology.

Are there any kinds of people (or people with certain traits) that shouldn't try them?

How do you know what version to get?

How does it compare with techniques taught by western shamanic practitioners? Or modern magickal practice?


It shares goals with practices of the A:.A:.

(also techniques)

I've used several variations with, well, variable success. Whole brain, interhemispheric function is the goal of much of modern magickal practice, and is deep encoded into much of Thelemic doctrine. (most of the "sex" stuff is indeed merely another "veil" to obscure this information) I mentioned this briefly in one of 8bit's 911 threads during a discussion of numerology. This principle is what lies behind much of the "two columns" left hand/right hand, male/female alchemical symbolism. We use visual processes as well.

These technologies can be used for intergration or disintegration with both negative and/or positive results depending on the application. What scientology does is also similar in some regards, though it tends towards the disintegration side of things.

I'd suggest that people with established nervous system disorders should avoid most if not all "magickal" practices, and indeed hemi-sync type tech. Epileptics I've seen react negatively. Anyone with tendencies toward extreme mental illness of any sort should also be careful, especially with the disintegrative aspects, as they tend to not be very well integrated to begin with.

You don't know what version to get, as with any esoteric or related practices. Trial and error. Swimming with sharks.

what exactly do you want to know?

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Postby lightningBugout » Fri Jul 04, 2008 1:42 am

Jesus Christ! There is more:

http://p-i-a.com/PIAC-officers.htm

has someone already traced this one out? what is the deal here?
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Postby Username » Fri Jul 04, 2008 5:01 am

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HemiSync? No thank you.

Here are some excerpts from the article:

Shamen in Army Boots
Remote Viewing: Human "Use" or Human "Potential"?
Joan d'Arc

"In much the same way that the CIA introduced the mind-expanding LSD experience into a closeted youth culture of the 1960s and 70s, the CIA has now introduced "remote viewing" into a mainstream culture totally unprepared for its potential repercussions on an "uninitiated" psyche. Remote viewing has become a tool of the masses, being extensively peddled on the internet with an "anyone can do it" attitude. Several businesses offer the services of a staff of trained remote viewers to perform various tasks, from locating missing persons or underground oil deposits, to other aspects of police, private, corporate or government investigative work.

These companies also offer expensive courses in various styles of remote viewing. On their own time, some of these RVers have been known to human-satellite the ancient cities of Mars, time-track the builders of the Earth pyramids, and zoom in on alien craft with extraterrestrial occupants.

The current fascination with the "tools of the mind" stems, at least in part, from the new physics revelation that the mind is cause rather than effect. Thus, humanity's disposition has shifted from material effect to conscious cause, a concept known in New Age circles as "human potential." But, what's missing from the picture is our initiation into the culture of this knowledge, a life-long education which in ancient times went hand in hand with mystic revelation. The background of knowledge necessary to understand this philosophical shift is missing. We've got the power, but we don't know how to use it. The usurpation of this human potential by the secret government will become evident as the following story unfolds."


but, the following story isn't going to unfold for you here, because I'm going to skip around a bit. (sorry, this is long) The next heading would have been "Remote Viewing: A Short History"; then "OBEs and Hypnosis".

we'll pick up here...

The Monroe Institute

"The RV program at SRI was eventually moved to Fort Meade under the auspices of Major General Albert Stubblebine. Stubblebine began to send designated Army personnel to the Monroe Institute in Virginia for a "professional development" course creatively labelled "Rapid Advanced Personal Training." or RAPT, in order for the Army to pay the tab. The Monroe course became required training for all remote viewers.

Tart's "Mr. X" was Robert Monroe. Monroe began to have out-of-body experiences in 1956, and began his research in "sleep-learning" in 1958. In 1974, he founded the Monroe Institute in Lovingston, Virginia, which is reputed to have long-standing ties with the CIA. The primary area of research at the Monroe Institute is the use of their patented "HemiSync" tapes. This method involves use of a "binaural beat" to cause psychological effects. According to Tom Porter, the more radical research going on at the Monroe Institute "remains only tantalizing speculation."

Monroe's high theta activity and occasional slowed alpha is similar to EEG states reported for advanced Zen masters during meditation. This state is also positively correlated with hypnotic susceptibility. In turn, highly hypnotizable people have been shown to exhibit "preter-natural" skills, such as clairvoyance, psychokinesis and shamanic healing. Theatrical parlor tricks of the 1800s featured such talented "somnambules." A recent study conducted at No. AZ University using Monroe's HemiSync binaural beat technology showed that HemiSync can increase hypnotic susceptibility in persons who had not previously been highly hypnotizable. A state of hypnogogia, associated with hyper-suggestive states of consciousness, is produced after minutes of exposure to the HemiSync signals. This paper also states that Robert Monroe "has been granted several patents for applications of psychophysical entrainment via sound patterns."

The binaural beat-induced state of consciousness is described as "mind awake/body asleep." This common hypnogogic experience occurs naturally in the netherland between waking and sleeping and is characterized by an oblivion to location of extremities (hands and feet) without losing consciousness (i.e., falling asleep). By using stereo headphones which emit a slightly different beat frequency is each ear, the difference in tone creates a brain wave on which the human brain easily "entrains." Some researchers disagree that the word "entrainment" is descriptive of how the HemiSync sound method works. Researchers claim that HemiSync safely guides the brain to enhance and synchronize itself at its own natural frequency. HemiSync produces "hemispheric communication," or synchronization of the two hemispheres of the brain, which has been shown to produce feelings of euphoria. Deep meditative states do the same thing naturally. The binaural beat can be embedded in music and has been utilized this way in studies of children with developmental disabilities. Another study in creativity demonstrated that the HemiSync tones caused "highly divergent thinking," i.e. subjects tended to think about matters far removed from the actual physical environment.

Euphoria, creativity, and 'happy smiling people holding hands' is nice, except in situations where a state of alertness is warranted. Could this technology be used to produce a docile populace during a period of social crisis? Assuming consensus-reality to be the norm, what would be the impetus to attempt to induce "highly divergent thinking"? Also, since HemiSync increases hypnotic susceptibility, could this technology be used to simulate an out of body experience? Canadian researcher Dr. Michael Persinger has utilized the basic HemiSync method to simulate paranormal experiences, including religious rapture and a distinct sense of presence, including alien presence. Persinger has also used "solenoids" to pass a magnetic pulse through the frontal lobes of the brain, magnetic coils used in psychiatry as a non-intrusive alternative to implantable electrodes for brain stimulation. As Susan Blackmore has written in the New Scientist, "by controlling the nature of the magnetic fields, causing them to simulate brain patterns, Persinger is able to stimulate strong emotions and hallucinations, including the illusion of touch and movement." The simulation of certain brain wave patterns is the method behind HemiSync."

Commandeering Dreams

"Researcher Alex Constantine has asserted that psychotronic devices using ELF (extremely low frequency) electromagnetic waves were being tested on the RV subjects at SRI. He alleges that the managers of the project "engaged in projecting words and images directly to the cranium." Previous studies at SRI in the processing and storage of sensory imagery have noted that "mental imaging bears a close resemblance to hologram projectin." Constantine wonders whether the results of these studies were later tested under the misnomer "remote viewing." In addition, he notes that the medical oversight for these studies was provided by the infamous CIA mind control specialist, Dr. Louis Jolyon West, who is a specialist in "dissociative states." Constantine notes that years of covert CIA experimentation has left a legacy of multiple personalities. He asserts that the CIA can trigger such dissociative states remotely, and that such biotelemetric subjects routinely complain that their dreams are "commandeered."

Speaking of commandeering our dreams, while we were being told "plastics" was the wave of the future, the new physics of nonlocal consciousness was being "commandeered" by the secret government. The CIA began backing young geniuses, paying their physics educations, and pairing them up with UFO lounge-lizards at the Esalen Institute."


<skip some, she discusses Jack Sarfatti then goes on to say...>

"This story merely underscores the point that the new physics has not grown in a vacuum of social forces, but is inextricably tied to secret government experiments in parapsychology and, possibly, mind control. This is not to say the "human potential" does not exist, or that Jack Sarfatti is mistaken in his memory of this event. The potential ramifications are much more frightening than this simple explanation might offer. What if this human potential does exist, and the secret government is trying to usurp and control it for psychic warfare purposes? What if this human potential does not exist, and we are being manipulated for mind control purposes? Or what if it does exist and it is being technologically cultivated? in any case, how is the ET question related? Is it real or is it Hemisync? Why is telepathy in humans being cultivated? Perhaps to better blend genetically with a telepathic ET race? Or, to be pitted against a hostile ET race? I will leave it up to the reader to imagine other potential reasons for the commandeering of the human mind."

Let's see here..."Superpowers of the Human Bio-Mind" talking about Ingo Swann. then there's "The Scientology Connection" saying that Ingo Swann was a Scientologist at OT Level VII.

"...There were fourteen Scientology "Clears" running around at SRI. Yet, among psi critics, Scientologists could never really be trusted to conduct psi experiments impartially, since "negative results were against their religion."

and she goes on to discuss Swann and Puthoff's connections to U.S. intellegence in this section, and brings up Hubbard, Crowley, Parsons, Druids...all very interesting, but I want to get to the end of the article.

next section is "The Thetan's Briefcase". More Hubbard stuff.
then "Remote Viewing as Telepathic Time Travel" which we'll skip too.

Slipping Into the Ether

"Even at upper management levels, the individules in the RV program had strong beliefs in the paranormal and, in particular, in the reality of the ET presence. Ed Dames, who later went on to found Psi-Tech, began to choose exotic targets for viewers to locate. Using Monroe's HemiSync tapes to induce "deep trance bilocations," a small group of RVers began investigating all types of anomalous phenomena. Dames' "Enigma Files" began to fill with descriptions of such things as UFOs, the Loch Ness monster, Virgin Mary sightings, and Atlantis. Some were so fascinated with UFO lor that they quickly homed in on a UFO as soon as they set foot in the ether.

Angela Dellafiora began experimenting with a style of remote viewing called WRV, or written remote viewing, which was essentially channeling. She would go into a trance state (also known as self-hypnosis) and announce the presence of either George, Maurice, or Dr. Einstein, who would take control of her hand and write answers to questions she was asked. The "Jedi Knights," those who had been trained by Ingo Swann, lamented that the project was regressing "from high tech wizardry to archaic and vaguely feminine witchery." The rivalry intensified and the program eventually slid into chaos and mismanagement. Ed Dames blamed it on "the witches and their wiles."

Courtney Brown of the Farsight Institute studied at the Maharishi International University in the TM-Sidhi program, which involves "yougic flying." As a student of the Monroe Institute, Brown learned to use the HemiSync method. He then went on to study with an anonymous remote viewer, whom some assert was Ed Dames of Psi-Tech. The remote viewers at Brown's Farsight Institute were responsible for the Far-Side claims that flying saucers were trailing the Hale-Bopp comet. A few months after his outfit made these Far-Out claims on their web site and on the Art Bell radio show, a UFO-cult group called Heaven's Gate committed suicide to join their space family. Wired News reported that notes posted to "alt.religion.scientology" by one of the group members referred to remote viewing information as "fantastic proof that the 'Next Level' mothership is coming." Using the e-mail address "rep@heavensgate.com," the writer stated he was working in seclusion with his disciples, preparing them for membership in the next world..(Art Bell has just suddenly retired from his radical radio career with cryptic reasons. Could it have something to do with Heaven's Gate?)

In addition to its irresponsible use in this social mind control scenario, does remote viewing have any physical dangers? Several persons involved in the RV program have noted the serious possibility of psychiatric problems. After coming out of an RV session, the "doors of perception" are open wider than usual. Total concentration on "barely perceptible" experience turns one's sensory "volumn knobs" all the way up. Once you come off the highway, the radio is on full blast; there is an "electric tingle" in the body, and you feel like you've taken a "mild dose of LSD."

It is also possible that having these daily deep altered-state experiences could make your mind more liable to slip into that state spontaneously. Army veteran David Morehouse had a psychotic breakdown from his "addiction" to remote viewing. He states that every viewing session was followed by a period of slipping in and out of the "ether" with no control, and that viewers who performed more than two sessions a day had to be driven home, because "the chance that we would slip back into the ether was too great." The Army eventually categorized remote viewing as "human use experimentation," requiring a "blizzard of consent forms and a medical review panel."

By 1983, Richard Kennett of the CIA began questioning the Army about all the money they were spending at the Monroe Institute. He began to suspect that the active promotion of altered states of consciousness might actually make the brain unstable, and more prone to "spontaneous hallucinations and delusions." It turns out that Kennett had also had a spontaneous OBE after following the Monroe Institute materials. He had left his body and walked across the room, but noticed there were other beings in the room. Some kind of entity had put its face right up to his. He became frightened that he would not be able to get back into his body. After his own experience in this realm, he wondered if repeated experience could cause psychological trauma, psychotic breaks, or even a heart attack. McMoneagle also wondeered if the act of remote viewing might produce a hazardous effect on the human nervous system. The numbers of remote viewers experiencing heart attacks and different types of cancers became "too high to ignore," and it was unsettling that "so many of them had seemed to die before their time." [Come on, a CIA program that's hazardous to your health?] Then McMoneagle himself had a heart attack and a near death experience.

Conclusion

"Sources are fairly certain that the CIA-military remote viewing projects are over. But why continue to spend money when they can just oversee the programs being run by private companies? Most of the remote viewing companies are founded by veterans of the SRI and Fort Meade RV projects, and are connected to big names in Psi-Ops.

There is evidence that psychic functioning is exhibited by some people as a natural talent, and the latent ability for the mind to be two "places" at once has been sufficiently demonstrated. However, we don't really know what kind of technologies are being tested on unwitting subjects under the guise of "enhanced creativity" and "intuition development." The potential for mind tools to double as mind control is very real, and we should beware wherver the CIA is involved. Is "national security" a cover for something else that's going on?

The techniques which cause the mind to bilocate are the kept secrets of shamanism and are counterintuitive to the Western scientific brainscape. The CIA has surreptitiously dug into the magic bags of the world's occult and shamanistic traditions and has opened a potential Pandora's box. Take heed to the words of L. Ron Hubbard during a 1952 lecture of the Philadelphia Doctorate Course. Hubbard warned that Scientology contained "methods of controlling human beings and thetans which have never before been dreamed of in this universe." He stated that these control mechanisms were "of such awesome and solid proportions that if the remedies were not so much easier to apply, one would be appalled at the danger to beingness that exists in scientology." Hubbard concluded that George Orwell's "1984" would be "the palest imaginable shadow of what a world would be like under the rule of the secret use of scientology with no remedy in existence."

Inserting the words "remote Viewing" in place of "scientology" in the above statement might indicate that these words should be taken as a warning. With a strong foothold in the New Age psyche, remote viewing has become a faith-based prescription for a lost civilization: millennium cosmopolitans stuck in vibrational transport to the Next Level of Human: Heavens Gate's conveyor-belt to God. The dissociative dynamics of this new cottage industry is ironically reflected in the fact that it is being peddled within the "virtual reality" landscape: a land populated by the "techno-pagans" and cult recruiters. Since it also has the ostensible stamp of "science," remote viewing is a symbol for the boredom-fatigue of the technological age. It is simple: we want to be "anywhere" but here."

The End

'Paranoia Magazine', Issue 21, Fall '99.
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Postby Searcher08 » Fri Jul 04, 2008 5:32 am

My favourite bit of that article was the source
Paranoia Magazine :lol:

I have no doubt that the DoD would have used every bit of Monroe Institute technology it could get it's mitts on, because it works. The website has loads of papers of the areas where it has been applied.
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Postby Username » Fri Jul 04, 2008 5:34 am

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My favourite bit of that article was the source
Paranoia Magazine


[url=http://paranoiamagazine.com/]Only the best.
(Check out the cover of the next issue. O.o )[/url]

Hey that was a good article.


on edit: adding link, etc.
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Postby lightningBugout » Fri Jul 04, 2008 5:49 am

So is Monroe a real big puzzle piece or an example of the wide prevalence of weirdness saturation? I say the former........
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Postby American Dream » Fri Jul 04, 2008 9:33 am

Here is more on this topic from my survivor-friend:



Some thoughts - MKUltra and CIA/military mind control grew out of a wedding of "cults" with a long history of using more traditional "mystical"/ceremonial types of trauma-based mind conditioning with Paperclip and other scientists who were building on findings from Nazi concentration camp experiments.

Some examples of these cults are found in the DARK wings of Celtic/ Druidic, German, pseudo-Gnostic or Satanic, Hebrew/Kabbalistic. Egyptian/Babylonian and other traditions.

It seems that the new scientists developed a scientific analysis and language for this methodology.

The mind control scientists' see this as establishing the different alter systems on different brain wave frequencies, Beta = sex, Delta =death, killing, Theta = psychic... Brain wave frequency research is at the heart of the Monroe teachings. That, along with their long-standing association with the military leads me to believe that Monroe is a major hub.

In my experience in the experimental wing of the psychic program, there was no focus on remote viewing, it was all about remote influencing, for example - creating earthquakes and extreme weather with the concentrated thought of a group of psychics.

It's a big world and I'm only aware of the things I witnessed and participated in, but I tend to think that Michael Aquino may be somewhat truthful in saying that certain experiments were considered failures -like this extreme weather influencing by live psychics.

Other psychic experiments, though, seem to have taken off, for example, the ones that groom "channelers" and new age type "enlightened" spiritual teachers and send them out to peddle junk spirituality and lead people coming out of the major religions away from a focus on their inner life and into mazes of false ideas.

One of this program's major goals is to bury us under an avalanche of disinformation. Apparently, this psy-ops project has been highly successful and continues full steam ahead.
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Postby ninakat » Fri Jul 04, 2008 1:23 pm

American Dream's survivor-friend wrote:Other psychic experiments, though, seem to have taken off, for example, the ones that groom "channelers" and new age type "enlightened" spiritual teachers and send them out to peddle junk spirituality and lead people coming out of the major religions away from a focus on their inner life and into mazes of false ideas.

One of this program's major goals is to bury us under an avalanche of disinformation. Apparently, this psy-ops project has been highly successful and continues full steam ahead.


Highly plausible. My ex read the book "Holographic Universe" back in the early 90s, which I then read and found incredibly interesting and even enlightening, and not "junk spirituality" by any means. But, from there, my ex found his way to Buddhism (Pema Chodron, specifically -- again, not what I would consider "junk spirituality") and from there to a discussion group where the "Conversations With God" series of books was one of the topics, as well as "The Celestine Prophecy." I was part of that group for a short time, only partially "believing" the stuff, at least giving it a chance. But that wore off pretty quickly and I'm not searching for The Answer, and neither is my ex. Junk Spirituality is a good term for those books, IMO.

And, if I may indulge.... One of the silver linings of being gay in this society (especially if you came out at an early age like I did) is the lesson you learn about the lies from the authorities. Simply put, I knew I was a good person, but all of the authority figures said I was a bad person. I learned not to believe them even though I was very much alone and closeted for about 6 years (ages 16-22). But because of that experience of betrayal from authorities, I've been much more willing to Question Everything. That's why RI is such a draw for me.
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Postby Foote Hertz » Fri Jul 04, 2008 3:16 pm

ninakat wrote:I've been much more willing to Question Everything
I tried that for a while but quickly got swamped with all of the details, so I've opted to Believe Nothing, except for the obvious, and that's a narrowing category.

Username, thanks for the excerpts from Joan d'Arc's Paranoia article. She's outlined some fine psy-ops tech.

The Transparent Corporation offers Headphone-less Entrainment, no binaural beats necessary. That must be why I feel so damn good in shopping malls. :shock:

Our unique approach to brainwave entrainment

Transparent products use all known forms of Audio/Visual Entrainment, from older method such as Binaural beats, to more modern methods such as Isochronic Tones, Modulation and Music filtering.

How can Transparent products be used without headphones?

Many of the entrainment techniques used are revolutionary in that they do not require headphones or even stereo speakers. Veterans of brainwave entrainment may find this strange, since headphones are such a traditional part of the brainwave entrainment experience. The reality of the matter is, however, that headphones have never been required for use with anything except Binaural beats, which present a slightly different tone to each ear. Monaural beats can be used very effectively without headphones, for example. So can pulses, clicks and light stimulation. In fact, many ancient cultures used Drums to enter deeply relaxed 'trances' during Shamanic rituals. Though they may not have called it brainwave entrainment, the rhythmic stimulus of the drum could have been the cause of the "trance-like" states reported during such rituals.

Any repeating stimulus can entrain the brain. Pulses of sound, flickers of light, physical vibrations or even electricity (CES machines). Transparent products use many techniques that don't rely on left-right speaker assignments. In doing so, headphones become unnecessary. Neurons in the brain will fire a response to any stimulus, whether you have headphones on or not. What we have done is perfect this process through extensive testing and optimization. The results have nothing short of amazing. Our products present an entirely new approach to brainwave entrainment, and open the doors to a myriad of new ways in which it can be used.

How effective is Headphone-Free entrainment compared to Binaural Beats?

First, keep in mind that all of our products can generate binaural beats - they can just do a lot more than that as well!

That said, the advanced entrainment techniques used can be up to 2-3 times more effective than binaural beats. Dr. Gerald Oster and others concluded that binaural beats produce very small cortical evoked potentials, much smaller than that of monaural beats, pulses or other forms of stimulation. Studies done by experts such as David Siever and Arturo Manns have shown the effectiveness of auditory entrainment methods that do not rely on binaural stereo separation.

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Michael Harner says you can DIY with a good hand drum.

This non-consensual shopping mall entrainment is plain unethical.
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