Dr. Brian Dias said:

We have begun to explore an underappreciated influence on adult behaviour – ancestral experience before conception.

That, ladies and gentlemen, is a very fancy way of referring to past lives.

It also shifts storage of memory to an entirely different source than the brain – the DNA, as they call it, the “building” directions of the body. This is actually much more in line with what an under-acknowledged researcher, Richard Semon, described. Semon is who first coined the term “engramme” (German word, english version is engram) in 1904.

In my comprehensive library article The Covert Origins of Dianetics – Biological Psychiatry, you’ll see me discuss a publication from the 1940’s called The Engrammes of Psychiatry. It was the first publication of a new society called The Society of Biological Psychiatry – a society that would take over championing the cause of electroshock for everyone, drugs for everyone, “therapy” for everyone.

That last part  – therapy – was a particular focus of british and american intelligence agent – L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard tailored his presented approach as a “self-help” therapy, following perfectly in line with the CIA’s front groups “anti-communism” activities – front groups such as the NCFE – the National Council Free Europe.

1933_-_Cecil_Demille_and_son_RichardCecil B. DeMille and a young Richard DeMille

At the age of 27, Richard Irving Demille hooked up with Hubbard. DeMille wrote several things for Hubbard in the early days of the secondary subject called Scientology, such as Essay on Management, Notes on the Lectures, and How to Live though an Executive, sometimes employing the pseudonym De Folgere. Richard was the CIA connected son of Cecil Blount DeMille, who was himself an undercover spy/asset of the CIA and sat on the board of the NFCE. Richard was involved in a combined ARPA/CIA project researching how to influence the “ideaology of groups” – exactly what Hubbard was doing as well.

See A World “Under” God post, and the documents in the Just Dox section of our Reading library, sections Scientology and Mind Control .

The focus of The Engrammes of Psychiatry was to try and legitimize human experimentation and torture as “therapy”. As part of this, the authors tried to sell the reader on the location of memory, but downplaying any ancestral or spiritual component. Very similar frackish wording choices as the more modern Dr. Brian Dias.

The authors characterized it as “instincts” being inherited behavior patterns.

The Will p. 47 –

It is also known that one’s instincts are inherited behavior patterns which exist as engrammes…

…Motivation is in fact, largely unconscious.

The steps in making up one’s mind, i.e. in determining one’s will to act are as follows:

  • An instinctive drive and its accompanying emotion consists of activity of engrammes in the diencephalon…
  • He gathers all the information which is stored as engrammes in his brain.
  • By means of engrammes in his frontal lobes he forms a judgment of the entire situation and by this judgment he attempts to evaluate future results on the basis of past experience.
  • With all this cerebration he draws a conclusion of what to do.


As you can see, it attempts to place these memories, or engrammes in the frontal lobes of the brain.

That was completely false as a theory, as were blatant propaganda attempts to tell us they had located where decisions and memory “came from” – only recently admitted in a recent article. See my post An Admission – of sorts.

Hubbard’s front group Scientology, became driven by wild claims of “implants” by alien races right back in the beginning of it. These “implants” were supposedly designed to manipulate and influence man’s behavior and his memories.

I can’t tell you how many individuals I have come across that have seemingly the most fervent desire to lay the blame of the ills of the world (not to mention their own shortcomings) at the feet of these ancient memories and alien peoples. Hubbard called them The Marcabians, and they have been positioned as behind both the silly front group called The Illuminati, as well as more modern things such as the CIA, MKULTRA, and the New World Order.

Hubbard tried to disguise his involvement with the anti-communist propaganda of his intelligence masters, by attempting to reveal the knowledge of what he called PDH – Pain, Drugs, and Hypnosis in the 1951 book Science of Survival, as if this was secret knowledge. As anyone with access to newspaper archives could tell you, this was no secret, there was a well-publicized PR event about the “brainwashing” of Josef Cardinal Mindszenty. With a glazed look in his eyes, Mindszenty confessed to crimes of treason he apparently did not commit – demonstrating what “could happen” to foreign agents or anyone who could be “mind controlled” into talking. Hubbard was simply forwarding the hubris of this false flag operation of the intelligence schemers who were looking for excuses to get Patrons (governments) pockets to open.

You can see this in the 1951 book Science of Survival –

There is another form of hypnotism which falls between the surgical operation and straight hypnotism without physical pain. This form of hypnotism has been a carefully guarded secret of certain military and intelligence organizations. It is a vicious war weapon and may be of considerably more use in conquering a society than the atom bomb. This is no exaggeration.

The extensiveness of the use of this form of hypnotism in espionage work is so wide today that it is long past the time when people should have become alarmed about it. It required dianetic processing to uncover pain-drug-hypnosis. Otherwise, pain-drug-hypnosis was out of sight, unsuspected, and unknown.

– Science of Survival, 1951, Book II, Chapter 17, Column AM; Hypnotic Level.

See? Obviously helping to both push his corner of the CIA “self-help” angle, as well as the “turned spy” brainwashing spectacle so recently thrust into the public eyes at the time.

Images from my very old copy of the book –



This has often been used by the later promoters of Hubbard’s particularly lurid explanation for human experience, limitations and memories – aka Scientology – as being some sort of proof that Hubbard couldn’t be a part of the craziness that passed for scientific explorations into controlling the minds of men. You can see how ludicrous that is, in light of a little perspective on the quote in question. Not to mention some of my recent articles showing just how lockstepped he was with the British slavemasters.

It’s amazing what some people try to present to others as “revelations”, like Hubbard here, that are anything but a real revelation. The above serves as a useful example of the kind of low-brow thinking that goes on out there.

Did you know –


Hubbard has even been cast as the capturer of the evil Xenu together with his band of Loyal Officers wearing powder blue jackets – saving the universe in the process!

I had some fun playing with that story when I was still “undercover” amongst the scientologists, I can tell you. Hubbard plagiarized his “advanced” levels (that’s where that story is) from a couple of sources, but by far the most used source was a British intelligence supported propaganda tome called The Oahspe, created in the late 1800’s.

Note: For a side-by-side comparison of a number of Hubbard’s “advanced” levels with the Oashpe, please see A Comprehensive History of The Oahspe.

To get around the cognitive dissonance of a rather lack of evidence of this Xenu story or such a race (Marcabians) ever existing, the more desperate amongst the “Hubbard the Galactic Hero” followers have been caught (more than once) having to resort to the weak defense of that a lack of evidence proves the evidence. Granted, sometimes that is the case, but not in this one.

Ron the Galactic hero a

Some of these people even spend endless amounts of time searching for ever more “layers” of these nasty, debilitating implants, and taking “memories” that come, felt in the first person, as being their memories. Most often, this is a search for meaning and explanation for their personal shortcomings.

The problems with this practice are numerous, but the one I want to focus on is what I call the confusion factor.

I have written a number of temporary-type articles concerning the subject of what I call one’s body partner – not a fabulous choice of naming, but one which that while lacking in colorful latin impressiveness, at least gives you the idea that it is not some inferior or animal force that drives your body.

Now, did you see what I said above? – felt in the first person

Why did I say that, well, because there is some truth to “past lives” and even so-called Science (I use that term derogatorily) is having to come around to admitting it.

I wrote about how this works, some years back, even getting into the DNA aspect and how even that is so misunderstood by these people that it’s worse than a bat with no radar pretending to be able to tell where he is going!

Science and memory comx

As the original article I spoke of noted:

Researchers at the Emory University School of Medicine, in Atlanta, found that mice can pass on learned information about traumatic or stressful experiences – in this case a fear of the smell of cherry blossom – to subsequent generations.

So a fear of spiders may in fact be an inherited defense mechanism laid down in a families genes by an ancestors’ frightening encounter….


Richard Semon, our under-acknowledged researcher, wrote in 1904 –

When an organism has been temporarily stimulated and has passed, after the cessation of the stimulus, into the condition of “secondary indifference,” it can be shown that such organism—be it plant, protist, or animal —has been permanently affected.

This I call the engraphic action of a stimulus, because a permanent record has been written or engraved on the irritable substance.

I use the word engram to denote this permanent change wrought by a stimulus; the sum of such engrams in an organism may be called its “engram-store,” among which we must distinguish inherited from acquired engrams.

The Mneme, by Richard Semon, translated in 1921, Chapter II


Now this is a pretty excellent delineation – 

…we must distinguish inherited from acquired engrams.

So, let’s say that you have someone that is repeatedly “searching” for memories. Semon says that essentially, this type of thing (acting as an environmental “stimulator”) can lead to activation of engrams – memories.

Ah, but WHOSE memories?

Do we act stupidly (and arrogantly), and automatically assume that such memories are automatically ours personally? I tried to teach this particular differentiation to someone and the look on their face was something like this –

The person I speak of was very arrogant, superior, and definitely did not like the idea at all, that they could not automatically lay claim to all memories as being theirs. After that, the person spent years trying to “prove” their memories they were “contacting” were theirs and only theirs.

This is actually the problem with people on this kind of “hunt” – whether it be scientists or “find the implants” scientologist religionists.

Their arrogance, their utter lack of regard for the “body partner”, and worst of all? Their absolute insistence on commandeering (selectively) memories – and usually altering their content to fit their personal agenda.

This is a deep and endless rabbit-hole kids – watch out for people that portend to have some sort of “secret knowledge” that always seems to be a rather odd mix of plagiarized science fiction ideas and genetic memory.

A lethal (mentally) combination.

In a typical human, just sticking to say…two people within each visible human body, you have three basic sources of memories, but which themselves are incredibly intertwined and complex. A real masterpiece, if you ask me!

You have:

  1. the person making the body – the mother’s body partner which has a) a complete record of all experiences during the mother’s life b) all the mother’s genetic line memories c) the memories of that particular body partner
  2. the new body partner for the new body, combining a) the combined knowledge of the mother and the father’s body partner memories, including those involving the two “assumers” therein; and b) the memories of the new body partner taking over running the “new” body – the baby.
  3. the person that “comes in” usually at the time of birth

The mother’s body partner and “assumer” are the superior and final word on the next generation. Somewhat darkly humorous to me, is that fact is one that drives mysogynistic (and often homosexual) slavemasters simply mad to even have to think about that being a fact.

Note – Regarding the mice that the researchers at Emory experimented upon –

The following generation also showed the same behaviour. This effect continued even if the mice had been fathered through artificial insemination.

To me, this could be a demonstration of that, ie: only the mother was the true source of transmission memories.

Even the most casual glance at the possibilities for memory combinations I just listed out, gives one both a sense of awe at the sheer magnitude of knowledge and work involved there, but also a clear view of just what could go wrong with anyone attempting to “activate” memories with a slavemaster-ingrained sense of arrogance and superiority coupled with a ME ME ME and only ME! mentality.

Scientology (and it isn’t the only one) tries to sideline this by assigning certain memories as coming from “body thetans” (people without a body of their own) or from disembodied people that are just floating around out there.

What is interesting about that is the divergence away from having to admit the sheer ability that we are all capable of – especially the ability to handle far greater amounts of complexity and volumes of knowledge that still seems yet to be grasped by scientists. If anything, the best you’ll see is the cop-out of just laying it at the feet of “god” and leaving it at that.

The other hamstringing point with any “research” in the area, is the obssessive desire to “prove” why and from what, people are mentally ill.

Most of the time, despite hype of stereotypical “craziness”, mentally ill has a much simpler meaning.

Won’t do what I want.

mad crying baby


Since this is the same attitude these people have towards their own bodies typically, it’s no surprise to see them projecting that whiney arrogance into everything that they do.

That includes science, of course.

Dr Brian Dias, from the department of psychiatry at Emory University, said:

From a translational perspective, our results allow us to appreciate how the experiences of a parent, before even conceiving offspring, markedly influence both structure and function in the nervous system of subsequent generations.


Ok, now there’s their interest in it really.


Influence the parent’s life,

influence the next generation.


In the hands of psychotic rule-the-world types, you can see where that would go, more justification for doing things to people, more rules, more “hierarchies” created – all in the name of saving the future, of course.

The politics of fear, really, and this extends to crafted nightmares and other artificially “crafted” memories as well.

And…what did they do to cause this change in mice?

…the researchers trained mice to fear the smell of cherry blossom using electric shocks before allowing them to breed.

So what are they focusing on?

That FEAR can be used to breed change. Whoopee!

Boy, is that ever convenient logic for a slavemaster. smiley drumming fingers

One wonders why their experiments are always along that line. Never love or transcendent experiences, no. It’s fear, pain, destruction.

It’s downright biased, and that ain’t science.

Virginia McClaughry

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