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Tavistock & MK Ultra - Psychic driving

September 18, 2010

Subject: Tavistock Institute / MK-ULTRA
> <all sections following have been condensed from Wikipedia entries except where otherwise indicated>
> Formed in 1947, the Tavistock Institute is an independent not-for-profit organization which seeks to combine research in the social sciences with professional practice. Problems of institution-building and organizational design and change are being tackled in all sectors -- government, industry and commerce, health and welfare, education, etc. -- nationally and internationally, and clients range from multinationals to small community groups. .
> Three elements combine to make the Institute unusual, if not unique: it has the independence of being entirely self-financing, with no subsidies from the government or other sources; the action research orientation places it between, but not in, the worlds of academia and consultancy; and its range of disciplines include anthropology, economics, organizational behavior, political science, psychoanalysis, psychology and sociology.
> In 1921, the 11th Duke of Bedford, Marquess of Tavistock--
> Herbrand Russell, 11th Duke of Bedford (19 February 1858 – 27 August 1940), the son of Francis Russell, 9th Duke of Bedford,.was Aide-de-Camp to the Viceroy of India between 1885 and 1886, and Militia Aide-de-Camp between... [More]

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Tavi - Trick

April 28, 2010

4. David Christie on Tavistock Group Dynamics Gaming
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I spotted frame shifting in newspaper articles so as to divide
You may remember that I called that 50-50 Framing, and then at election
time fraud makes the diff either way. In Tavistock group dynamics, they
like to use Bernays Big Lie to establish a myth and thereby an urgent
need for consensus, such as "globalism", and then lay out game choices
consisting of Either/Or Dilemma, which when I noticed that twenty years
or more ago, I called Either/Or Monster, an all-encompassing, dominating
leviathan devouring all tiny humans in one lesser-of-two-evils or
mandated choice. Then George Lakoff says that people will decide one
way or the other according to which of two family metaphors they hold
up to politics, either Strict Father Morality or Moral Nurturing

The game can be started by counterfeiting, similar to 50-50 Framing in
journalism. A program that does too much fundamentally right will be
supplanted by similar sounding words and labels and banner but some
or all dynamic principles reversed to produce opposite results. Newt
Ginrich's Moral Majority and... [More]

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2000 Strategy still in play in 2010

January 5, 2010

it is played out, showing some of this reasoning sound, if wrongly motivated.

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Ludovico Technique

January 5, 2010

The Ludovico technique is a fictional drug-assisted aversion therapy from the novel and film A Clockwork Orange. It involves the patient being forced to watch violent images for long periods of time, while under the effect of drugs that cause a near death experience. The idea is that if the patient is forced to watch the horribly graphic rapes, assaults and other acts of violence while suffering from the drug effects, the patient will assimilate the sensations and then become incapacitated or very ill either attempting to perform or even just witnessing said acts of violence.[1]

The Ludovico technique is an artistic semblance of the psychological phenomenon known as classical conditioning which is a form of associative learning that was first demonstrated by Ivan Pavlov. The typical procedure for inducing classical conditioning involves presentations of a neutral stimulus along with a stimulus of some significance. The neutral stimulus could be any event that does not result in an overt behavioral response from the organism under investigation. In the story of A Clockwork Orange, when the protagonist, Alex, is made the subject of the Ludovico technique, he is conditioned to associate his...


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Creating the 60s drug market

January 5, 2010

Creating the Market

The British Origins of the Counterculture

The acts or gestures that accompany the incantations constitute the rite (of Isis). In these dances, the beating of drums and the rhythm of music and repetitive movements were helped by hallucinatory substances like hashish or mescal; these were consumed as adjuvants to create the trance and the hallucinations that were taken to be the visitation of the god. The drugs were sacred, and their knowledge was limited to the initiated; their preparation and their gathering were surrounded with . . . secrecy. . , . In some cases, like the harvesting of the mandrake, they remained secret until the Middle Ages.

Possibly because they gave the illusion of satisfied desires, and allowed the innermost feelings to escape, these rites acquired during their execution a frenzied character that is conspicuous in certain spells: "Retreat! Re is piercing thy head, slashing thy face, dividing they head, crushing it in his hands; thy bones are shattered, thy limbs are cut to pieces." The House of Life: Magic and Medical Science in Ancient Egypt, by Paul Ghalioungui (1)

If this description of pagan cult ceremonies dating back to the Egyptian Isis priesthood...


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Black Nobility

January 5, 2010


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Dope, Inc. How Britain controls US

January 5, 2010

Radical on Tavistock

January 5, 2010




 -  All The Queen’s Forces and All The Queen’s Men - from 'The Biggest Secret' - the Book


 -  Ancient  History of The Black Nobility


 -  Black Nobility - from 'Secret Societies and Their Power in The 20th Century' by Jan Van Helsing


 -  Bluebloods! - extracted from 'Blue Blood, True Blood, Conflict and Creation'


 -  David Icke - Main File


 -  El Príncipe Carlos Implicado en el Asesinato de La Princesa Diana


 -  Que Rija Britannia  - de 'El Mayor Secreto', por David Icke


 -  La Diosa y el Rey - El Asesinato de Diana, Princesa de Gales - from 'The Biggest Secret', by David Icke


 -  Merovingian Bloodline and The Black Nobility


 -  Prince Charles Implicated in Murder of Princess Diana


 -  Rule Britannia - from 'The Biggest Secret', by David Icke



 -  The Black Nobility



 -  The English Royal Family And The Opium Trade In The 18th Century - from 'Secret Societies' by Jan Van Helsing


 -  The Goddess and The King - The Murder of Diana, Princess of Wales -...

     This article appeared in the April 28, 2000 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.


Information Society:
A Doomed Empire of Evil

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

April 13, 2000

For as far back into pre-history as our present knowledge can reach, the most efficient way to destroy a human culture, is the sneaky way, to induce it to doom itself. Writer Oscar Wilde describes such a process of corruption, in his allegorical The Picture of Dorian Grey.

Such, according to evidence against the leading authors of what is called today "Information Society," or, "The New Economy," has been the purpose of the cult of logical positivism, which was set into motion by a group of persons gathered around three among the most consummately malevolent figures of the Twentieth Century, the so-called Vienna Circle's Ernst Mach and Rudolf Carnap, and their ally, British, self-styled "radical empiricist" Bertrand Russell.[1] Hopefully, the backlash unleashed by the oncoming, systemic collapse of the Nasdaq index, will produce that popular reaction, which helps to save humanity from the grip of a delusion which Mach, Carnap, and Russell led in crafting. Our subject, is the effect of that...


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Rockefeller timeline

January 5, 2010

Rockefeller Brothers Fund: "Rockefeller Brothers Fund is a philanthropic organization working to promote social change that contributes to a more just, sustainable and peaceful world."

Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Aspen Institute Release 'U.S. In the World: Talking Global Issues with Americans: "The book is a communications guide, not a compilation of policy recommendations or proposals - a tool to help communicators of all kinds reach out to Americans with a broadly shared, positive vision of U.S. global engagement.

     "'The guidebook is a unique resource not only for policy advocates and issue experts, but for candidates and those already in office who want to communicate with voters on pressing global issues,' said David Devlin-Foltz, director of The Aspen Institute's

Global Interdependence Initiative. 'This is also great tool for journalists, who are charged with explaining complex issues to a diverse audience.'...

    "'The most valuable contribution this guide could make in 2004 - - or indeed, in any year - is to get citizens thinking, caring, and talking about foreign policy issues and to empower them to ask questions of policymakers and candidates.'"

The Rockefeller Brothers Fund: "...and the

Aspen Institute are pleased to... [More]

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fear factor - Children of god

January 5, 2010

Social Engineering:

When American evangelist E. Grandison (Charles) Finney (1792-1875) became a minister, his sermons were delivered in a calm, unemotional manner. Unfortunately for the good shepherd, most of his flock abandoned his ministry, never to return.

Realizing that he had to find a way to attract and maintain an enthusiastic congregation, Finney discovered that if normal brain function is disturbed through major fear, shock or emotion, heightened suggestibility and impaired judgment occur temporarily. This facilitates the implanting of a new belief structure. Instead of appealing to the intellect, Finney began to deliver sermons replete with copious amounts of fire and brimstone, spoken in a loud, emotion-filled manner. Cognizant that Finney had discovered a technique which turned previously-rational people into mindless robots, other pastors adopted Finney's evangelical methods, which became known as the Boston Movement - the foundation of today's Fundamentalist Christian Church, exemplified in the hysterical rantings and ravings of television evangelists, more intent upon making a buck than in saving souls.

A classic example of the effectiveness of Finney's behaviour-modification techniques was the Children of God Church of the 1960's, The church pamphlets promoted paedophilia and sex between children. A granddaughter of the cult's founder alleges that she... [More]

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