Is Google making us stupid? When Nicholas Carr posed that question he tapped into a well of anxiety about how the Internet is changing us. In 1964, just as the Beatles were launching their invasion of America’s airwaves, Marshall McLuhan published Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man and transformed himself from an obscure academic into a star. Oracular, gnomic, and mind-bending, the book was a perfect product of...
Eiscat
Last year’s 2017 article updated – See Addendum HAARP is the trip-off-the-tongue abbreviation for the mouthful that is America’s High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program housed near Gakona, Alaska. Here, on a 33-acre site, scientists transmit a 3.6million megawatt signal into the ionosphere. Then other colleagues in white lab coats can understand and control ionospheric processors that might alter the performance of communication and surveillance systems. HAARP is about...
illusionist
Attitudes towards death and killing in the Modern western society are compelling, and during the last decades have changed significantly. The fantasy of death displayed in films, TV as well as “Video games” is currently labeled “humorous” or even “funny,” particularly by adolescents. The bloody, sadistic carnage, without which a handful of cinema or Broadcast companies could get funding, is a remarkable fantasy which helps to keep audiences purchasing...
heresy
Heretic Middle English: from Old French heretique, via ecclesiastical Latin from Greek hairetikos ‘able to choose’ (in ecclesiastical Greek, ‘heretical’), from haireomai ‘choose’. In the Encyclopaedia Britannica one can read:“The word heresy is derived from the Greek hairesis which originally meant an act of choosing, and so came to signify a set of philosophical opinions or the school professing them. As so used the term was neutral, but...
brain conscious mind
In a previous post one can read that rituals are one of the techniques to control. Secret societies throughout our history, such as the Templars, the Freemasons, and many other groups that operate under the radar and with elaborately structured ritualistic methods, often incorporate the same types of behavior modification methods when dealing with keeping initiates and members on track and in line. In all secret societies sexual...
secret societies
toMost people are other people. Their thoughts are someone elses opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation.  —  Oscar Wilde The most dangerous of all sciences is that of molding mass opinion, because it would enable anyone to govern the whole world.  — Talbot Mundy From the dawn of humanity, the desire to control the thoughts, behaviors, and actions of others has been a pervasive one....
brain scans
Some Tidbits, a backstory on Otto Maier’s vague experiments in the Harz, the electromagnetic Fields and the research of Dr. Michael Persinger –  Dr. Michael Persinger, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Ontario, Canada’s Laurentian University, and a well-respected scientist.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Persinger His work with electromagnetic fields and their influences on the human brain includes the use of temporal lobe stimulation to invoke the sensation of being watched,...