This site has a few historical errors, but it’s intriguing never the less.

Hexon2039-New Military-Occult Technologies for Psychological Warfare

Owing to factors such as shifts in the balance of power, climate change and new models of warfare, the 21st Century is increasingly becoming a period of uncertainty. This in some ways mirrors earlier periods in history, and within the military, where interest in the occult and alternative systems of belief proliferated.

The recent breakdown of boundaries between neurological and paranormal research disciplines, is not only a result of social and political changes. At IMATI (Institute of Militronics and Advanced Time Interventionality) we recognise that research into both ancient and contemporary systems can greatly assist us in developing the technologies of the future.

Our programme involves the testing and analysis of existing occult based research in connection with military histories, in order to develop accurate neurological based technologies for the new British military-occult industries.”


The Weird Russian Mind-Control Research Behind a DHS Contract

The future of U.S. anti-terrorism technology could lie near the end of a Moscow subway line in a circular dungeon-like room with a single door and no windows. Here, at the Psychotechnology Research Institute, human subjects submit to experiments aimed at manipulating their subconscious minds.

Elena Rusalkina, the silver-haired woman who runs the institute, gestured to the center of the claustrophobic room, where what looked like a dentist’s chair sits in front of a glowing computer monitor. “We’ve had volunteers, a lot of them,” she said, the thick concrete walls muffling the noise from the college campus outside. “We worked out a program with (a psychiatric facility) to study criminals. There’s no way to falsify the results. There’s no subjectivism.”

Full Story: Wired.

Networks, Bacteria, and the Illusion of Control

Brainsturbator stitches together a number of articles, some of which you may have seen here, to make the case that we’re less in control of our minds and bodies than we think.

Full Story: Brainsturbator.

Occulterati as a Psychotronic Mix Tape

Ep15 - Negative

EPISODE 15 :: “Thought Reform”

Ask not what Occulterati can do for you; ask what you can do for Occulterati.

Duration :: 00:22:18
Download :: MP3 (20.433MB)
Hosts :: Brenden Simpson, Wu

Scientists try to predict intentions

An update on mind reading tech:

While still in its initial stages, the techniques may eventually have wide-ranging implications for everything from criminal interrogations to airline security checks. And that alarms some ethicists who fear the technology could one day be abused by authorities, marketers, or employers.

Full Story: MSNBC.

(Thanks Bill!)

Mind control and the modern citizen

One interesting point, rarely considered by the mind control community or its critics, is that it is possible, indeed common, to have isolated or restricted psychosis-like experiences that are relatively benign.

For example, someone might hear voices, have unusual beliefs, or experience their thoughts being broadcast or altered from outside, while not being significantly disabled by their experiences.

Full Story: Mindhacks.

The corporate tree of life: VALS

vals system diagram

No, not VALIS. VALS. It used to stand for “Values and Lifestyle System,” but it no longer stands for anything. It’s the primary market segmentation system for market researchers.

More info: Introduction to VALS.

(see also: An Introduction to Spiral Dynamics).

Mind Control iPod Update

From ZPi:

According to a transcript of President Bush’s remarks on the American Competitiveness Initiative at Tuskegee University on April 19th:

“The government funded research in microdrive storage, electrochemistry and signal compression. They did so for one reason: It turned out that those were the key ingredients for the development of the Ipod. I tune into the Ipod occasionally, you know?”

Ask yourself: Why would the US government, acting through DARPA, fund all that research just to produce a simple consumer music player? And what does Bush mean by “tune into”? iPods are not tuners — or are they?

Full Story: ZPi: Mind Control iPod Update.

MIT: tin foil hats enhance government radio signals

From a new study at MIT:

Among a fringe community of paranoids, aluminum helmets serve as the protective measure of choice against invasive radio signals. We investigate the efficacy of three aluminum helmet designs on a sample group of four individuals. Using a $250,000 network analyser, we find that although on average all helmets attenuate invasive radio frequencies in either directions (either emanating from an outside source, or emanating from the cranium of the subject), certain frequencies are in fact greatly amplified. These amplified frequencies coincide with radio bands reserved for government use according to the Federal Communication Commission (FCC). Statistical evidence suggests the use of helmets may in fact enhance the government’s invasive abilities. We speculate that the government may in fact have started the helmet craze for this reason.

Or do they just want us to believe they’re not effective in preventing mind control? Is MIT part of the conspiracy?

MIT study on tin foil hats.

(via Post Atomic)

Encrypt your brain now, before it’s too late

Will high tech brain hacking become the newest info war? Wired News reports this Clockwork Orange-esque mind snooping device. Meanwhile, it seems everyone is talking about The Register‘s coverage of InfoSeek founder Steve Kirch’s mental intrusion scheme to detect “bad” thoughts.

Someone needs to come up with a way to steganograph thoughts.

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