1. Boiling Frog

    Duncan O'Finioan on regaining memories

    A outstanding brief article here: ...recovering memories as a result of maltreatment such as MK-Ultra, SRA, and many others. Very useful if you are aware of a person or are personally realizing you have memories emerging from nowhere.
  2. Denise

    HAARP & Mind Control

    Lecturer on new technologies, health and earth science related issues, Dr. Nick Begich gave updates on Project HAARP and its implications for controlling weather and populations, as well as how we can develop a strong influence for personal and global change through technology and our own...
  3. Denise

    CIA Mind Control Techniques: MK-ULTRA Program Brainwashing Experiments Docu (1979)

    Mind control (also known as brainwashing, coercive persuasion, mind abuse, thought control, or thought reform) refers to a process in which a group or individual "systematically uses unethically manipulative methods to persuade others to conform to the wishes of the manipulator(s), often to the...
  4. Unhypnotized

    Roman Polanski’s 'Rosemary’s Baby' and the Dark Side of Hollywood

    Source : Another excellent article written by Vigilant Citizen. Roman Polanski’s “Rosemary’s Baby” and the Dark Side of Hollywood The 1968 movie “Rosemary’s Baby” is one of Roman Polanski’s most chilling and acclaimed productions...
  5. Unhypnotized

    Julian Assange's Ties to Nazi Cult

    When Julian was 8-years-old, his mother, Christine, married a member of "The White Brotherhood" - aka "The Family" or San*ti*nike*tan Park Asso*ci*a*tion, a private psychiatric hospital on the outskirts of Melbourne Australia. In the 1960's-1980's, the Santiniketan Park Association received...
  6. I


    go to: "3 w's""NORTH KOREA ACCUSED OF USING MK-ULTRA TECHNIQUES TO BREED KIDNAPPED WOMEN"by Gordon ThomasGordon Thomas: is the author of fifty-three books. Total sales exceed 45 million copies. Several were Main Selections for Book of the Month Club, the...
  7. A

    Does the CIA mind control program exist does this show the weakness of the cia where i is for natural wit?

    I was just browsin thru the web when i saw the mkultra or more specifically cia mind control and was kinda inquisitive to find out if this was still bein used cos if thats the truth cia agents rely too heavily on technology than innate skills. I wish we had ppl with innate skills rather than...
  8. Unhypnotized

    CIA’s Lost Magic Manual Resurfaces

    Some interesting history - CIA’s Lost Magic Manual Resurfaces November 24, 2009 1:37 pm But Mulholland’s contributions were far different, because they were part of a larger CIA effort, called MK-ULTRA, to control people’s minds. Which...
  9. L

    ok- how's this?: why don't people get upset about the fact that the CIA researches nazi mind control methods?

    (short summary) in the 1960s, the CIA launched a project called MK-Ultra, which tested the effects of LSD and other mind altering drugs, and other forms of brainwave manipulation on people who didn't know they were having mind control techniques tested on them. (sources)...
  10. L

    why do (some) people consider MK-Ultra (CIA mind control project started 1930s) a "conspiracy theory"?

    any time i've mentioned it (it seems pretty important), people have pulled out the old "conspiracy nut" card. when did things that came out in congress and subsequently DECLASSIFIED turn into "theories"?isn't this something we, as americans should be a little bit concerned...
  11. L

    has the term "conspiricy theory" lost it's meaning? why do people use the term so loosely?

    i've got some news for some people: an obscure historical fact IS NOT a conspiricy theory... for example- if i were to say something like, "In the 1950s, the CIA launched a mind-control research program called MK-Ultra that included testing the effects of LSD and it's possible uses in the field...
  12. wrecker

    Why would the C.I.A. ever use a program like this on American citizens?:?

    One 1955 MKULTRA document gives an indication of the size and range of the effort; this document refers to the study of an assortment of mind-altering substances which would: * "promote illogical thinking and impulsiveness to the point where the recipient would be discredited in public" *...