Mass Control: Engineering Human Consciousness

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Here stands the New Man. His conception of reality is a dance of electronic images fired into his forebrain, a gossamer construction of his masters, designed so that he will not-under any circumstances-perceive the actual. His happiness is delivered to him through a tube or an electronic connection. His God lurks behind an electronic curtain; when the curtain is pulled away we find the CIA sorcerer, the media manipulator. There has never been a book which so carefully and thoroughly exposes the secret plans to ...
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Overview

Here stands the New Man. His conception of reality is a dance of electronic images fired into his forebrain, a gossamer construction of his masters, designed so that he will not-under any circumstances-perceive the actual. His happiness is delivered to him through a tube or an electronic connection. His God lurks behind an electronic curtain; when the curtain is pulled away we find the CIA sorcerer, the media manipulator. There has never been a book which so carefully and thoroughly exposes the secret plans to dominate world consciousness.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931882217
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/2003
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 300,901
  • Product dimensions: 5.55 (w) x 8.55 (h) x 0.85 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Origins of Control 9
2. Perfecting Inhumanity 12
3. Dumbing Us to Death 21
4. Tavistock 30
5. Injecting Ideology 34
6. Subverting Sex 48
7. The CIA and Control 57
8. Estabrooks and the Manchurian Candidate 71
9. Dr. Cameron's Chamber of Horrors 89
10. Electronic Implants and Dr. Delgado 94
11. Turn On, Tune In, Become a Robot 105
12. Jolly West and the Violence Center 115
13. Occult Connections 119
14. Consolidating Control 128
15. Guerrilla Mindwar 131
16. The Greening of America: Monarch 135
17. Claudia Mullen 142
18. Brice Taylor 149
19. Katherine Sullivan 154
20. Evaluating Monarch 166
21. Concealing Mind Control Abuse 172
22. Electronic Mind Control 175
23. Mind Prison 194
24. Beam Warfare 200
25. The Persinger Plan 205
26. Psi War 208
27. Hardwiring Humans 216
28. Dreamscape 227
29. One-World Brain 235
Afterword 244
Index 247
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2007

    Satisfying for sure

    Hold on to your hats.. Way before I read this appealing book I had the liberty to read,' The Road to Socialism and the New World Order ' by Dennis L. Cuddy and both are very similar. ' Mass Control ' is replete with accurate research that points to mind-control, not to mention a proliferation of government surveillance devices ( who's paying ? ). Through this book one can learn that the ' bread and butter ' of a dialectical process toward a world synthesis could very well be happening. You might miss this by looking for clandestine cabal meetings. The New York Times News just released an article, ' China to use computer chips to track, monitor the population.' I am no longer cautious only but suspicious concerning government motives. What can the government expect when the President pardons a Federal criminal? Executive privilege? This book is very well worth the price and your reading time...

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