Conversations about mind-control and voices in your head are typically reserved for people bound for rooms with padded walls. But, a fast-growing subculture argues that it is not so far-fetched. Below is a list of theories in support of the government’s undercover scheme to control of our minds.
Project MK-ULTRA was the code name for a secret government mind-control program started by the CIA in the 1950s. Using unwilling US citizens as the test subjects, the program aimed to deliberately alter brain function through the use of drugs and various psychological manipulations. Though files were destroyed in 1973, a series of testimonials has revealed that these tests did occur and that the general goal was to control human actions “contrary to an individual’s basic moral principles.”
As a child, when you looked into the wild blue yonder, you were told that the thin streams of whisking clouds above were jet contrails; simply the wake of ice-crystals left in the atmosphere caused by the exhaust of airplanes and jets. However, some theorists believe it to be the act of “chem-trailing” – government-sanctioned airplanes sprinkling a mist of sedatives on the population below in an effort to curb unrest. Maybe if we weren’t so mellow, we’d look into it more?
Radio Frequency Radiation
Some even believe that the technology is in place for human brains to be controlled via satellite through the use of Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR). One of the more disturbing manipulations, ultra-concentrated frequencies are beamed down from the ionosphere and believed to penetrate the skull and subsequent brain tissue. These uniquely-configured signals are arguably able to travel world-wide, and influence the victim’s mental process to the senders liking. Think ‘modern day A Clockwork Orange‘
Another popular theory regarding mind-control is through the use of cellular phones and their frequencies. A known scientist in the MK-ULTRA era developed cellular technology but abandoned his project after finding that it could be used to manipulate the minds of US citizens. Sentenced to two years in prison on contempt of court citation, he died suddenly of a heart attacked weeks before his release – leading theorists to believe it was a staged murder to squelch his would-be whistle blowing.
Very Low Frequency
Near many US metropolitan areas, series of odd-looking towers are being constructed roughly every 200 miles; the primary purpose is cell phone transmission…. but is that all? It is widely believed that Very Low Frequency (VLF) acoustic beams are also being transmitted in an effort to sedate and suppress, control rebellion and, if yielded correctly, disable opponents in wartime. Inaudible to the human ear, the effects of VLF are said to be felt, not heard.
Jekyll and Hyde Hypnosis
In the 1920s, a technique was developed by clinical hypnotists that allowed practitioners to deliberately split an individual into multiple personalities. Once fractured, psychiatrists and hypnotists had the ability to apply certain traits to each piece – a Jekyll and Hyde result, for lack of a better term. It is thought that – to this day – government-endorsed hypnotists are remain able to create a normal personality on the surface while programming hidden, multiple personalities to perform in line with a controlled agenda.
In the midst of MK-ULTRA, neurosurgeon Dr. Jose Delgado, developed a microscopic electrode called the stimoceiver. The device was capable of receiving, as well as, transmitting electronic signals via FM radio frequencies. Said to have been placed in children as young as 11 years old, this device was rumored to manipulate brain function at the push of a button. As sci-fi as it seems, the device proved effective in a multiple field studies, whereupon charging bulls (with the chip implanted) stopped on a dime, per the signals.
Studies in Nazi Germany revealed that the small doses of fluoride, administered repeatedly, could be poisonous to a particular part of the brain (the Pineal Gland). The result: sedation. It made prisoners docile and reduced their will to resist domination by slowly narcotizing. It is reported that US officials have since teamed up with Nazi scientists on more than one occasion, including the adoption of fluoride in public tap water and its inclusion into common products such as toothpaste.
The Soul Catcher
British scientists have developed a microchip that is attached to the optical nerve with the function of recording incoming visual signals – they call it The Soul Catcher. It downloads one’s experiences and can be transferred to another to experience again. All implants are then connected into one satellite database and all experiences are therefore interchangeable. The ability to implant artificial images into one’s head, as reality, is one step closer to controlling one’s thoughts and their end behaviors.