Month: July 2013
|‘Her Mistress’s Voice’ art by Grace Slick|
Did a very large number of folks unwittingly volunteer for the ‘elite’ social engineering program of psychedelic drugs, music and new age philosophies? For the purpose of control…..
Was the 60’s phenomenon of the ‘hippies’ really a CIA and other assets manipulation of the mind through supplied LSD and created cultural memes? An experiment to see just how well these techniques would work? One that was decades in the making?
Those of us who were around during those times and had a very good time may not want to see ourselves as social lab animals in a grand game but I think we would also want to know some of the hidden details of our past. We’re still learning and maybe that’s what matters.
Dave McGowan went fairly deep into some aspects of the psyops of psychedelia in his Laural Canyon series.
Joe Atwill and Jan Irvin have continued in that tradition with their Manufacturing the Deadhead: A product of social engineering…
excerpts from their conclusion:
The authors are in disagreement about the use of mind-altering drugs. One believes that we do should not dismiss the potential of these substances as biological tools to open doorways of the mind, and possibly spiritual dimensions; but those who consider these substances as only spiritual tools often ignore their dark side and never consider that they can be easily used as much for control. He recommends they not be used without a prior thorough study in something such as the trivium method, and suggests that, like a knife which may be used to cut your food, and also used to kill; psychedelics can be used to empower or control. It is important for people who use these substances to consider what others think of them who don’t use them for spiritual purposes. The other believes that given their provenance, they should not be taken under any circumstances.
We must consider: Does the predator think that these substances are tools for spiritual awakening, or for the control of others? What the reader may believe is not necessarily the whole truth.
Though it seems incredible, Esalen, and Huxley, McKenna, Bernays, Wasson and Dulles appear to have been part of a secret agenda within the U.S. government that intends to usher in a post-modernist, neo-feudalism Dark Age and slavery in America. What makes this particularly difficult to believe is the unanswered question of the organization’s motivation. What would motivate such a group? Racism? Classism? Religious fervor? Power? All of the above? And how would it be able to maintain such secrecy, involving certainly hundreds, if not thousands of individuals over such a long time?
One thing is clear. Whatever is the basis for this organization, it resides within identifiable secret societies. The number of individuals that can be demonstrated to have taken part in creating the Deadhead who are also members of Skull and Bones, the Century Club and the Bohemian Club is simply too large to have been circumstantial. Moreover, Dr. Colin Ross has shown that high level Freemasonry was responsible for funding the original LSD research (waiting for citation from Ross) and this group should also be inspected closely.
We appeal to scholars and to the public to help us find the truth behind MK-ULTRA and the creation of the Deadhead and the post-modernist, neo-feudalism movement.
The authors are not looking to bring anyone out of one cave and into yet another, but to free humanity from this insanity. And only the truth is capable of that. Esalen, Aldous Huxley, Gordon Wasson, Timothy Leary, Terence McKenna, and the peddlers of this agenda: The spell is now undone and the true secrets of Eleusis, of the CIA and the psychedelic revolution, are now revealed for the entire world to see. more
It’s an interesting subject. That rabbit hole has not been fully explored. Control through social engineering seems to have around throughout human history and it is reaching a peak today through technology.
I’ll leave it to others who experienced the ‘acid days’ to decide what’s what. All I know is that during that period we began to question pretty much everything and some of us are still doing that up to this day.
and Grace Slick was hot in 1969…..
hat tip to JJ Cale
The vote is in. The House rejects the Amash amendment to an upcoming Pentagon appropriations bill which would have barred the NSA from using a PATRIOT Act provision to collect the phone records of all Americans.
The White House lobbied heavily against the amendment with Jay Carney, or Jay Carnage as he is also called, saying
We oppose the current effort in the House to hastily dismantle one of our Intelligence Community’s counterterrorism tools. This blunt approach is not the product of an informed, open, or deliberative process. We urge the House to reject the Amash Amendment, and instead move forward with an approach that appropriately takes into account the need for a reasoned review of what tools can best secure the nation.
So much for Barry’s ‘debate’ on the spying issue. Did anyone really think it would go otherwise? The shills against the amendment of course had to invoke 9/11.
The vote was 217-205 against the amendment. Close but probably a number of negotiations took place, getting some to vote yes when they are not in much danger of not being reelected in 2014, to make it look like it’s a real debate.
All this only confirms in my own mind that the Snowden affair is an engineered event. We knew most of this spying deal already, more were catching on everyday, the Utah data center is coming on line, the secrets are out anyway so why not let it be well known through the controlled media. What are the folks going to do? Talk talk talk…then accept it. So far the plan that was is working. When Forbes posts, from the well,-look-at-that dept., the blueprints of the Utah NSA datacenter, well, you know everything is not as it is portrayed.
Which brings us to the cold hard fact that cell phone data grabbing needs a whole lotta cell towers. Towers that could have other uses as well. Greg Bacon’s Cell Phone Towers Being Used for Mind Control touches on that issue and there is much more insight on what could be with a simple search. Over 220,000 cell towers already in this country and many more to come.
Through no wish of my own, it looks like I will soon be within line of sight of a 300 foot tall tower.
A couple of months ago there was some hillside land about a 1/4 mile away that went up for auction. It was bought by someone from out of town. Two weeks ago in the county newspaper there was a public notice of an application to the FCC for a cell tower site there. Obviously the one who bought the land already had an inside track on putting a tower there. At $900 or more a month in rental to the owner, there are no shortages of folks wanting one on their property.
My ‘office’ is in an enclosed porch with big windows overlooking the road with not much traffic. Sitting here today I saw a bearded long haired young guy walking down the road carrying a clipboard and a camera. When he came back around he stepped about 15 feet onto my property and took some pictures. Well , I immediately went out to where he was and asked if I could help him. He was with this company and doing what he called an historical viewshed study. It’s required by some federal rules when there is an historical element to the tower’s visual line of sight. The community I live in goes back over 200 years and there’s one house designated as historical, a large doctor’s home that was used as a hospital in the civil war but with many sites, including my own, where there have been dwellings for a long time. This must have qualified it for an historical study.
The archeologist guy taking the photos knew less than I do about cell towers and their potentials but he did give me the number of his supervisor to get the viewshed study. He marked out on his map that I would be about 2,000 feet from the tower. He also said he had run into some hostility from a couple of others asking what he was doing. We have a fairly good unofficial neighborhood watch here.
Just how many cell towers are needed in this county to get what someone has decided is an acceptable percentage of coverage for the whole population? State of the art solar cell sites are coming to national forests where no roads are allowed. All materials and personnel will be helecoptered in. The cost will be covered mostly by homeland security. Rumors are that the newer cell phones can be tracked even with the battery removed. The more cell towers to pick up even the weakest of signals, the better.The more folks that could get health problems from the radiation emitted, the better big pharma likes it. It’s a win-win for several profit motivated endeavors.
But hey, we can’t do without that cell phone, can we?
Did Lindsey Graham actually say that during a confession at the Christians United For Israel summit? Did his schizophrenic, multi-personality, sociopathic, psychopathic zionist self have a slip of the tongue and reveal his most secret innermost thoughts?
It’s too late Lindsey. You are well past the point of no return. No self respecting god will ever help you.
There are about 1 in 300 people in this country who say they are members of CUFI or at least that’s what the organization says. That’s sort of scary. How did this ever happen? This is a fairly big cult that certainly acts against the best interests of humanity. Our government puts the little cults like the compound at Waco under siege and ends up burning most of them alive but the John Hagee faux christian/jewish cult church of wars for Israel and the bankers gets a pass. Cultists are sure judged differently in the zionist world.
There’s no help for the CUFI crowd. Their god of Israel doesn’t exist. Never did. That’s common sense for most of us but unfortunately common sense, logic, reason and discernment has been educationally corrupted by the very same ones who created these cults.
I’m at a loss for words…..maybe you have some?
fairy tales are dangerous
dangerous because they are untrue
anything which is untrue is dangerous
and it is all the more dangerous when the fairy tale is accepted as reality
simply because it has an official seal of approval
or because ‘honorable’ men announce you must believe it
or because powerful elements of the press tell you the fairy tale is true
Garrison’s words from 1967 are just as true today as they were then. They were a warning that went unheeded by most and getting by with the JFK assassination coup, the same criminal cabal, emboldened in their success, went on to continuously deceive the world with ever more deadly fairy tales.
Did Garrison get everything right in his investigation of the JFK assassination? Probably not. Were some things like the possible Israel/Mossad connection left out, not because of him covering up some aspects but perhaps because he just didn’t have the information? Most likely. Was he at least on the right track? Definitely.
The below video is amazing in the fact that after NBC had done a hit piece on Garrison, he petitioned the FCC who agreed that the program was biased and granted Garrison a 30-minute rebuttal. That would never happen today.
While watching Garrison’s response I couldn’t help but mentally substitute elements of 9/11 for JFK in his narrative. The two events are similar in so many ways. Both were a massive psyop, false flag coverups with devastating aftermaths including millions of deaths for the profit of a few.
History is littered with dangerous fairy tales and collectively we still are yet to learn how to keep them from repeating.
The video was found at 50 Years Since JFK Assassination Retrospective.
The Farm community near Summertown, Tennessee is a subject near and dear to my heart. An experiment in alternative living that has had its successes and failures, it has been an inspiration to many around here and beyond.
I have mentioned The Farm before here and every now and then the mainstream media chooses to do a little feature on what continues to go on there. The Tennessean had one today.
Aged with years of cannabis and communal living, Stephen Gaskin’s body is worn and his words unhurried. At 78, he walks with slow intention. But the spirit of this tie-dye-clad hippie philosopher — iconic founder of The Farm — remains vibrant.
Ask him about the beginning, and his blue eyes come ablaze.
More than four decades ago, Gaskin led a caravan of nonconformists across the country, taking his band of beatnik brethren deep into the Tennessee woods. They traveled from San Francisco and settled on a 1,750-acre spread of land in Summertown in 1971 to form their own society — a spiritual commune called The Farm.
For some, it was an adolescent experiment; for others, such as the Gaskins, a lifelong commitment. “We felt like we had to be grandparents before our time,” says Stephen’s wife, Ina May Gaskin, now 73.
Today, many of the first-generation Farmies, as they called themselves, are grandparents. Their once-long hair is shorter and grayed. And the community they founded is at a crossroads.
Once a home to thousands, The Farm now has only about 140 residents. There are 23 children under age 16, but more than two-thirds of the population is over 50. As the community ages, The Farm’s founders and the generations that have followed must assess the future.
Collectives across the country face similar situations. The Farm formed in an era when people were rebelling against the father-knows-best suburban-America model. They recognized rampant racism and sexism; much was being questioned. People sought positive alternatives and “intentional” communities surged. Since that time, interest in that type of living has ebbed and flowed.
Today, there are about 30 groups from the hippie era that have a fairly high public profile, according to Laird Schaub, executive secretary of Fellowship for Intentional Community. The Farm is one of the largest in the country, he said, set apart by its midwifery practice, its international aid mission and the peaceful transition around leadership that in 1983 changed the commune to a cooperative.
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Still, graying elders wonder who will carry on their legacy. As the country experiences another surge in interest in collective living, the next generation brings its own opinions about how The Farm should progress. Some are children of founders, returned to take care of aging loved ones or start families of their own. Others have come without connection, seeking a place to improve their lives and the world around them.
But as residents both new and returned find a place for themselves, they speak of devotion to The Farm’s original vision and making sure it survives and thrives — a synthesis of old and new.
“I see the continuation of the vision of the founders,” says 36-year-old John Schweri, who was born on The Farm and soon plans to begin a family of his own there. “A vision of creating a safe place to live and to work toward helping the world.”
On The Farm, residents wake up with the roosters and the woods. Hummingbirds flit from feeder to feeder. Wind chimes at the welcome center add music to the morning.Amid the rolling hilltops in one of the poorest counties in rural Tennessee, The Farm is 30 miles from the nearest hospital, 50 miles from the nearest interstate and 75 miles from the nearest major city — Nashville.
To live on The Farm, an applicant must go through a personal interview and write a letter of introduction and intent, which includes a biographical sketch, method of livelihood and a vision of what he or she hopes to contribute to the community. He or she must have a sponsor — a resident who already lives on The Farm — and must move there for a time before being voted in by the current membership.
Once members are accepted, they agree to share the land and the buildings — all held in a trust by the members. Homes get passed on to family or are returned to The Farm. Residents pay fees of about $100 a month to cover road maintenance, water service and other utilities. They can pledge money toward other projects, such as preservation of the swimming hole or expansion of the blueberry patch.
Freedom allows the residents to determine their fortune. They embrace pioneer practices such as natural homebuilding, gardening and midwifery. Their school teaches courses on radical civics and applied psychology. They run businesses devoted to solar power, soy products and sustainable living. They head Farm-based charities focused on permaculture, preservation, international aid and peace efforts.
But one of the most challenging aspects of relocating to The Farm has to do with availability of adequate housing within the community and career opportunities in the vicinity.
About a third of the adults in the community work in nearby towns to support themselves and their families. Some work as independent contractors, while others work in local shops and industries. The rest make a living within the community, working industries established during The Farm’s beginnings — the Mail Order Company, the Soy Dairy, the Tempeh Lab and the Book Publishing Company. MORE
Additional insights on The Farm…
Throughout the history of our country there have been a number of attempts to create and sustain communities outside the ‘norm.’ It’s all about ideas and ideals. The longevity and evolution of The Farm is a tribute to some of those ideals. May their community continue and thrive for as long as possible and practical and may the best of their ideas live on.
Helen Thomas ~ August 4, 1920 – July 20, 2013
“The First Lady of the Press.”
White House reporters who question the legitimacy of Israel no longer allowed.
“Gonna buy 5 copies for my mother”
Leave it to the jewish gatekeeper media to give us yet again a ‘diversion of the day.’ We just never know what they’re going to come up with next. As our attention span fades away from the last distraction we always get a new one.
The Patsy The Bomber, The Monster…Jahar’s World
Oh the outrage, oh the dishonor to the
actors victims. Ban the sell, burn it!
Oh the money to be made through controversy and of course there’s the propping up of the official myths.
The RS article did at least manage to get out a very important message that Jahar tweeted which is the essence of the story…..
“Most of you are conditioned by the media.”