This is a continuation of my research into documents contained into the Senate Hearings on Behavior Modification –

Individual Rights and the Federal Role in Behavior Modification; A Study Prepared by the Staff of the Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; published November 1974; 655 pages. – found at Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives.

In my post discussing the lying duplicity of Pope Pacelli’s statements along these lines, I last left off saying –

You now can see just what an evil, hypocritical man this Pope of the Catholic Church really was.

As to the other part of what he said, besides the vile experiments that were performed on the imprisoned Jews, Gypsies, and others deemed undesirable or of no importance, the profiting off sales of arms, addictive and physically destructive drugs, these people like Pope Pacelli most definitely did sanction the attempts “on bodily integrity” without their consent.

It all boils down to that, doesn’t it. Consent. Such a simple word, but oh, so so deadly to a slavemaster.

Say no to their insane, prurient, childish, and ego-driven ideas?

Revenge is their watchword.

revenge all disobedience.”

IMMORTALE DEI, Pope Leo XIII, November 1, 1885

 

Besides fake wars (and the death toll therein) what other forms can that revenge take?

Psychiatry.

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Slithering their way to that “revenge” now…

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Individual Rights and the Federal Role in Behavior Modification; A Study Prepared by the Staff of the Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; published November 1974; 655 pages. – found at Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives.

page 644 –

We need to find the stimulus to which the subject responds. We also need to find out how he thinks covertly and to change how he thinks.

We need to dope up many of these men in order to calm them down to the point that they are accessible to treatment.

Those who can’t be controlled by drugs are candidates for the implantation of subcortical electrodes (electrodes plunged deep into the brain].

– Item VI.D.5 starting on page 632*, article titled: The Torture Cure:Winning criminal hearts and minds with drugs, scalpels and sensory deprivation by Jessica Mitford for Harpers Magazine, August 1973, pp. 16-30
– *Individual Rights and the Federal Role in Behavior Modification; A Study Prepared by the Staff of the Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; published November 1974; 655 pages. – found at Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives.

Enter ‘Jolly’ West.

Louis Jolyon West (1976)

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What’s Jolly got to do with anything?

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In 1968 the LEAA (Law Enforcement Administration Association) was founded underneath the U.S. Department of Justice by the Safe Streets Act. Long term “brain” researcher and MKULTRA doc Jolly West was immediately transferred out to UCLA as head of department and director of the Neuropsychiatry Institute, where he worked on coming up with a proposal for a “Center for Violence’, a sort of umbrella organization for all sorts of nasty ideas that the slavemasters had for reforming those it deemed ‘needed’ it.

The LEAA served as a cut-out funding source for rolled over MKUltra and MKSearch projects, as well as other research on ways to control humanity (I’ll be going into that in a lot more detail in a separate post).

West did his psychiatry residency at Cornell, an MKUltra institution and site of the Human Ecology Foundation. In 1955, he became a subcontractor for MKUltra subproject 43, and was given at least $20,000 by the CIA while he was chairman of the department of Psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma.

The proposal submitted by West was titled “Psychophysiological Studies of Hypnosis and Suggestability” with an accompanying document titled “Studies of Dissociative States”.

Pages from Louis Jolyon 'Jolly' West MKULTRA subproject 43 title.

However innocent-sounding that may seem, the facts are that Jolly West’s experiments involved a combination of Drugs, Hypnosis and Sensory Deprivation – pretty much along the same lines of what monster ghoul Dr. Ewen Cameron was doing up in Canada in his subproject (which was #68).

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PDF – MKULTRA subproject 43 documents  – found in Black Vault CD#4, folder 17441 originally – this is Dr. Louis Jolyon “Jolly” West subproject.

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These documents primarily discuss a continuation of his project.

Page 8 of the PDF discusses –

Preliminary clinical research during 1955-56 has yielded promising leads in terms of knowledge of how hypnotizability can be influenced by pharmacological means.

Several drugs have been identified that apparently are effective in speeding the induction of the hypnotic state, and in deepening the trance that can be produced in given subjects.

These observations remain to be confirmed through studies of larger numbers of normal subjects

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He now wants to do this to ‘normal’ people, do note, as opposed to that he was obviously doing these nasty things priorly to mental patients and prisoners.

And what was part of that? Sensory deprivation and isolation.

Experiments involving altered personality function as a result of environmental manipulation (chiefly sensory isolation) have yielded promising leads in terms of suggestibility and the production of trance-like states. There is reason to believe that environmental manipulations can affect the tendencies for dissociative phenomena to occur. Isolation, in particular, can markedly change the individual’s response to suggestion in the form of verbal communication.

It is proposed that new experiments utilizing special environmental manipulations, including sensory isolation, be begun with a view toward determining the ways in which the results of psychophysiological alterations can be quantified, and the ways in which these altered-states can be utilized in the production of increased influenceability in normal subjects.

“…the ways” ?

Ominous-sounding word in this usage.

Notice what they are really interested in – besides controlling us against our will – kind of buried in there in this document amongst other ideas. Magical type control over certain bodily functions.

Current experiments have definitely established a number of ways in which hypnotic suggestions can bring about states of marked psychological stress in suitable subjects, with resultant changes in neurophysiolosical and neuro-endocrinological function.

It has also been shown in preliminary studies that hypnotic methods can successfully be employed to protect individuals from the psycho-physiological reactions to noxious stimulation.

These observations constitute an indication that more control can be exerted over the autonomic nervous system than has been previously supposed.

Coupled with the recent development of autonomic drugs of highly specific activity it is now possible to isolate more precisely than ever before the exact means by which and the precise degree to which psychophysiological reactions occur to specific types of stress.

Note the two underlined portions very closely.

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Let me decode them a bit for you.

This one first –

It has also been shown in preliminary studies that hypnotic methods can successfully be employed to protect individuals from the psycho-physiological reactions to noxious stimulation.

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What he is saying there is that he has been experimenting with getting the body to do magical things, magical in the sense that per all their 2×4 pounding us over the head as to what is ‘possible’ or not, the body is not supposed to be able to do and anyone who says otherwise is ‘delusional.

reactions…to noxious stimulation” – what does that mean? Very similar to what Dr. Ewen Cameron was researching, a fact buried in his MKULTRA subproject that I don’t think anyone really noticed before.

Noxious stimulation is a somewhat euphemistic way of referring to things like cutting someone when they are supposedly ‘unconcsious’ and having it not bleed, or not reflect the cut at all – things that are supposedly impossible, if you follow me there.

Sub-project 68 was Dr. Ewen Cameron’s “research” originally about seeing if he can erase someone’s memory and personality and then re-program them with a new one, but then it expanded to include some rather odd other parameters as well.

The MK Ultra Subproject 68 documents are filed under “68″ at The Black Vault, on disk 4 in the folder numbered 17468. For easier viewing I have recently created an ocr’d PDF of all the documents for just that sub-project.

On page 51 of the PDF, notice this –

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Text –

Finally, in association with Dr. [blacked out] we have sought to bring about physiological change by the repetition of appropriate verbal signals. We have used the same technique as outlined above for the production of behavioral change.

We have been successful in achieving change in physiological function with respect to:

(A) the balance of flexer and extensor muscles in the arm;

(B) the relationship of the blood pressure levels in the right and left arms.

Specific Proposals

We now propose to carry on further studies upon the effects of predetermined signals upon: (a) physiological functions; (b) patterns of behavior.

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And on the next page –

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Second Objective: Among the other physiological functions which we intend to explore with regard to their amenability to change in consequence of the repetition of verbal signals are:

palmar skin conductance

skin temperature

healing of wounds

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The ‘healing of wounds’ part sounds like something right out of bible stories about the resurrection of Jesus, don’t it.

I call that a real….

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But, see the similarity to Jolly West’s subproject studying “reactions…to noxious stimulation“?

Now, I don’t know about you, but I find it awfully interesting that this has not ever really been discussed. Sort of lost in the hullaballoo about his procedure itself – the psychic driving – which while horrific indeed, isn’t nearly as strange as supposedly staid and ‘scientific’ minded doctors researching healing of wounds by verbal command.

This makes it even more clear why they are putting people in narcotic comas and torturing them with electric shock. They are trying to control and order around what the person that controls your bodily functions, particularly what are called the autonomic functions that are not readily under your control, involuntary, in other words.

Which is another line you can now decode from Jolly’s suproject – this one:

These observations constitute an indication that more control can be exerted over the autonomic nervous system than has been previously supposed.

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He’s doing the same research.

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Note: J.B. Rhine over at Duke University (MKULTRA subproject 136**load) was also researching the idea of ‘Dream’ telepathy, and much like the Nazis, was interested in the relationship of twins along that line. He, and others, found that telepathy can be induced in the dream state. Electroencephalogram monitoring shows that the brain waves of the recipient change to match those of the sender.

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I’m going to leave off analyzing the rest of Jolly’s subproject documents here for a bit (I’ll continue in the next post) and focus much more closely on this point.

These two excerpts, combined with what I just showed you about Ewen Cameron’s subproject, are what show you that these ‘studies’ are really just continuations of the experiments begun in the Nazi death camps – the creation of super-human abilities (and the control of them) through physical means. It should make it quite clear to you that this was not Hitler’s idea at all, it was the slavemasters.

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Why are they so obsessed about this?

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Put simply – their body partner will not do the same things with them in the driver’s seat as it will with certain other people. They are trying to figure out how to force it to through trickery and deception (drugs and hypnotism) and torture. Their usual modus operandi (method of operation).

Lest you think I’m exaggerating their interest in this topic, these kind of abilities, I call your attention to the CIA’s ORD list of goals they were interested in, in parapsychology.

Agency officials wanted to know:

  • whether psychics could read minds or control them from afar (telepathy),
  • if they could gain information about distant places or people (clairvoyance or remote viewing)
  • if they could predict the future (precognition)
  • influence the movement of physical objects or even the human mind (telekinesis).

 The above list of their parapsychology goals is from an excellent article by John Wilhelm called: Psychic Spying – Washington Post August 7, 1977

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It’s also a pretty good list of things that they are most afraid of in others.

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This particular angle of research (or thirst for control masquerading as ‘science’) began well back in the 1800’s.

In the Connection Between Synanon and Scientology – Part 7: When God Plots, there is a pretty interesting section where I talk about the British Society of Psychical Research’s supposed investigation into the supernatural.

While they did indeed investigate such things, much like Jolly West’s proposal here “it’s the little things” buried among all the verbiage that really matter.

Like this line, in SPR man Fredric Myers 700+ pages book set published in February 1903 –

That some guess of a more continuous consciousness, of an identity unmoved and stable beneath the tossing of the psychic storm, must needs have been suggested by all those strange interruptions?

– The Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic Myers Volume I

Beneath is a reference to what Fredric Myers called the subliminal mind, what some call today the subconcious mind.

In two volumes consisting, as I said, of hundreds and hundreds of pages, this is one of only two ‘little things’, almost seemingly off-the-cuff, that point to the real goal of their research.

Just like Jolly West’s subproject.

Don’t you find it curious that despite all the work, the mouthpieces hired, the sheer volume of expenditures invested towards getting anyone who says they can do such things classified as crazy and locked away or experimented on with drugs to try and dull their abilities – that standing out in stark contrast to such antics, they still carry on research into the very same things for nigh onto a century?

Does that sound to you like they don’t believe it’s possible, or that they actually think it is crazy? Or does it sound like something they are very, very afraid of anyone else having but at the same time desperately want for themselves

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Knowing how slavemasters think, I figured that there must have been some very real (and much too effective) movement in this direction that they became afraid of, knowledge being ‘let on the loose’, people running around doing unapproved of things, and that it was probably in America where they viewed that all their other ‘troubles’ had come from.

I figured they would have never even invented their British nobility controlled front group – the SPR – otherwise. Until now, I hadn’t come across much other than their crap propaganda to support my assessment of their tactics.

Until now.

Such is perhaps the difference of how I do research. One fine day, you start off working on Jolly West’s sub-project, notice something apparently no-one else noticed, bring up some cross-relationships to that and start looking much closer at them, and you see one little tiny piece (in this case an erroneous quote and source) and know it’s ‘going somewhere’ – you look into it…

and you’re there.

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I’m leaving out various arguments with google to get it to ‘give it up’ (which is always entertaining) but that’s basically what happened.

Like I said in When God Plots

It isn’t the sub-conscious they really want to capture. Well, it is, but what they are actually trying to do is to create an alignment between the “ordinary” mind and the “subconscious” mind. BOTH willingly doing what they want.

At the same time, within these obviously propagandized “messages” about spiritual duality there is this consistently demonstrated desperation to try and control the strange thing that seems to be always at odds with the “soul”. They always want to call it a thing or call it some concatenation of demons that one has to get rid of, NEVER do they acknowledge that there is another equally powerful, equally intelligent person present with you in one body – one that does not leave until death. It is this person that there is a tremendous amount of deliberate propaganda about.

It is this person that if one could achieve a partnership with –

Mountains could move.

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Did you know that this kind of union-of-the-two was actually the original point of hypnosis?

The slavemasters (and others) were trying to achieve that alignment (which is more domination than anything) by COVERTLY going through the “sub-conscious” using hypnosis, although how in the hell they thought that was going to work, one really couldn’t see. The target of hypnosis has always been what I call your body partner. They like to call it the subconscious mind.

You can see in Jolly’s subproject that they are still trying to accomplish that same COVERT control to gain access to “the mind’s” powers – using the same exact method of ‘lessened awareness’ of one kind or another.

Jolly’s experiments were doomed to fail in that arena, but that’s not because he didn’t get any results along that line, it’s actually because he did.

Poor Fredric Myers was extremely hamstrung by his masters (the Cecils etc.) that were sponsoring his work in much the same way – he had to conform to their rather arrogant ideas of “science” and “reality”.

Or rather, what they had a vested interest in not wanting to acknowledge the reality of in any public fashion.

But still, Myers, even though putting it as “guesses” and theory that he then dismisses, saw it.

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Nay, if we had been a populace of hysterics we should have acquiesced in our hysteria. We should have pushed aside as a fantastic enthusiast the fellow-sufferer who strove to tell us that this was not all that we were meant to be.

…Is there for us also any possibility of a like resurrection into reality and day? Is there for us any sleep so deep that waking from it after the likeness of perfect man we shall be satisfied; and shall see face to face; and shall know even as also we are known?

– The Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic Myers Volume I

Despite everything, he knows this is the way things should be but are not allowed to be.

Myers did indeed know that there was another person present, even though he calls it another “self”. It’s kind of funny and sad at the same time, to see him right on top of the truth but unable (or maybe not allowed) to actually admit it.

This is because he was engaging in a particular tactic of propaganda, because he was hired to do so – and the fact of another person obviously present had to be colored by an interpretation that it was really two different parts of the same “self”. He had no proof of this, and in fact, his proof actually ran far more to what I just said. It’s his interpretation that was deliberately called for.

This particular propaganda tactic is called fact-slipping.

The mechanism used here is to slip from the facts, which would demand factual judgment, to moral terrain and to ethical judgment.

….it should be confined to intentions, to the moral realm, to values, to generalities.

…Propaganda is necessarily false when it speaks of values, of truth, of good, of justice, of happiness — and when it interprets and colors facts and imputes meaning to them.

It is true when it serves up the plain fact, but does so only for the sake of establishing a pretense, and only as an example of the interpretation that it supports with that fact.

…Propaganda by its very nature is an enterprise for perverting the significance of events and of insinuating false intentions.

– Propaganda: the Formation of Men’s Attitudes by Jacques Ellul. You can read it here.

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Here’s Myers talking about the ‘subliminal’ self, versus some other self, you understand.

The subliminal (or ultra-marginal) mental life is sufficiently complex and continuous to justify us in speaking of a subliminal Self.

– The Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic Myers Volume I

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As part of looking over all this again, my second pass over his Book II, I noticed a relationship between the fact that he starts pushing (fact-slipping) that this other ‘self’ is some kind ‘complex’ of lives – aka demons.

each man is essentially a spirit, controlling an organism which is itself a complex of lower and smaller lives.

…the man of genius …effects a successful co-operation of an unusually large number of elements of his personality — reaching a stage of integration slightly in advance of our own.

The Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic MyersVolume II

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How Catholic is that – can we see the Vatican is definitely in on this little ‘psychical research’ front group the Cecil slavemasters had going?

Oh yeah. Demons everywhere.

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While there is some truth to that, what that really is, is a black propagandizing (painting black, lying) of this ‘other’ self (that I call the body partner) as being demonic in some way. Therefore justifying brute force control and ‘exorcism’ through chemical strait-jackets and other ill-conceived procedures.

But, that doesn’t change the fact that they do indeed desperately want control of it and the abilities over the physical form that it can exert as well as far more ‘magical’ qualities they can’t even come close to explaining.

I think the ‘demons’ aspect was also a distraction, a scaring-off the average person from experimenting with this in any real effective way. Instead, they offered up (during the last hundred years) hoodoo airy-fairy front groups such as scientology and any number of New Age groups – take your pick.

What they all share in common is that they are controlled, whether by what information they have to work with or as straight intelligence operations.

So, what did I find (that you’re probably wondering about by now)?

Look at what Fredric Myers said here – the word operation is key, as in that which operates.

…we must remember how much of psychical operation goes on below the conscious threshold, imperfectly obedient to any supraliminal appeal.

The Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic Myers Volume I, Chapter 3

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Noticing the corollary in Dr. Cameron and Dr. West’s research, I went off pulling the earlier references along this same line – the first one I was thinking of was Richard Collier.

In 1926, Richard Collier had put out a book which had the following quotes that I reviewed. As part of reviewing them, I noticed that the key ones were actually ascribed to people other than Collier (which I have now fixed).

The Conscious Mind

It is the phase of mind with which you feel and reason… 

The Subconcious Mind

[In the below, Collier quotes Rev. William T Walsh, Rector of St. Luke’s Church, New York City, in his book “Scientific Spiritual Healing.”]

The subconscious mind directs all the vital processes of your body.

[In the below, Collier quotes Dr. Geo. C. Pitzer]

The subconscious mind is a distinct entity. …it has absolute control over all the functions… of the body. Nutrition, waste, all secretions and excretions, the action of the heart in the circulation of the blood, the lungs in respiration or breathing, and all cell life, cell changes and development, are positively under the complete control of the subconscious mind.

We call this the ‘soul mind.’ It is the living soul.

[In the below, Collier quotes Rev. William T Walsh, Rector of St. Luke’s Church, New York City, in his book “Scientific Spiritual Healing.”]

…the subconscious does not reason and judge.

The Secret of The Ages by Robert Collier, a full PDF is here.

See this part?

The subconscious mind is a distinct entity

And that it was sourced to a “Dr. Geo. C. Pitzer”?

That was the little piece I mentioned, that opened the door into what else was going on that the SPR was even needed (as a front group).

Pitzer never said that, in that way.

He didn’t call it a subconscious mind, that’s Collier’s interjection.What did he say? Not to mention who the heck was the guy – that’s what I went off doing.

Nothing like a little arguing with google to start your day out right –

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Dr. George Calvin Pitzer

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Dr. George Calvin Pitzer was born 1835 and died 1909 in Los Angeles. He became a doctor after graduating the Eclectic Medical College: Eclectic Medical Institute, Cincinnati in 1866.

Ref – Directory of Deceased American Physicians, 1804-1929, JAMA cite: 52:1948

Pitzer was part of the Eclectic Medical Society, and taught at the St. Louis School of Suggestive Therapeutics, and also offered a mail order course.

The Eclectic school of medicine, in 1873, founded the American Medical College. The leaders in the movement were George C. Pitzer, John W. Thrailkill, Jacob S, Merrell, Albert Merrell, and W.V. Rutledge. The college graduated about 1,000 students.

Ref – taken from Centennial History of Missouri: (the Center State) One Hundred …, Volume 2 By Walter Barlow Stevens, plus The Massachusetts Eclectic Medical Journal, Volume 4 – see page 379 for an interesting story of the fight of allopathic medicine to knock out their competition (which also involved using Rockefeller man Mr. Flexner to issue a ‘bad review’ of the school.) See below.

“Eclecticism,” …was an approach to therapeutics that emphasized herbal remedies [today it’s called homeopathy].  The first class graduated in 1874, when instruction was offered at 7th and Olive Streets.  The college admitted two classes each subsequent year up to 1883, thereafter a single class annually but with a longer term of instruction.  From 1878 until 1890 the institution was located at 310 North 11th Street in St. Louis, and then moved to 407 S. Jefferson Avenue.  Some time around 1900 the faculty staffed what was billed as “the only eclectic hospital in the west,” Metropolitan Hospital, but this facility evidently did not remain open long.  Flexner graded American along with several other Missouri medical schools as “utterly wretched” following his visit in 1909.

– American Medical College, Barnes Medical College, and National University of Arts and Sciences Collection

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Pitzer wrote a book way back in 1898, called Suggestion

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Description of book –

Therapeutics. It tells how to relieve pain, prevent, and cure diseases, and correct vices by means of mental influences-suggestion.

It teaches us how to protect ourselves from disease, and how to help ourselves if we get sick.

It explains the methods used by christian Science, Divine Science, Mental Science, and all so-called Faith Cures.

It tells you what the human mind is; all about its sphere of action; its nature, bounds, limits and capabilities. It is a book for everybody— the doctor, the lawyer, the preacher, the teacher, the mechanic, the merchant, the father, the mother, etc. It should be in every family. It demonstrates the influence of the mind over the body, in health and disease, reciting many examples from life and practice In confirmation of the facts set forth.

It teaches you how to hypnotize, and how to use hypnotism as a help in the treatment of diseases. It gives you the latest, most complete, and effective methods for producing hypnosis, that can be found anywhere. It is the strongest defense of hypnotism ever published.

It shows you what hypnotism is, how it can be used for good purposes, and successfully refutes all slanderous accusations that have been circulated about and against it. It shows you how to use suggestion as a positive cure, and as a help to other measures, when they are being used or required; and how it never interferes with them in any case.

A school was formed around Pitzer’s experiences with what he called the ‘subjective’ mind.

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While I don’t agree with the idea of hypnosis, I could immediately see what would have been classified as ‘dangerous’ about Pitzer’s book by the erstwhile slitherers –

The slavemasters

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I’ll pull out some quotes so you can see what I mean.

His definition of suggestion –

By suggestion, in the treatment of disease, we mean the presentation of ideas to the mind of the patient, under conditions and in a manner, that will correct any morbid tendency of his thoughts, excite lively processes of mentation in a proper direction, and result in a complete restoration to healthy conditions of every organ and function of his body.

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And here comes the two minds idea –

We hold, with Thomson Jay Hudson, that the human mind is a duality; in other words, that man has two minds. Hudson designates the one as the objective mind, and the other as the subjective mind.

The objective mind is the result of organization, and is manifested through the five physical senses. It is the mind which takes cognizance of things around us; the mind with which we do business; the mind that enables us to suit our bodies to earthly environments, and to fight the battles of life.

As the result of organization, it is the function of the brain, and the brain may be regarded as the organ of the objective mind. The objective mind comes, developes with, and finally dies with the physical body.

The subjective mind is a distinct entity. It occupies the whole human body; and when not opposed by the objective mind, nor any outside influence, it has absolute control over all the functions and sensations of the body.

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Ah. See that? When not opposed…although that’s not quite right, it is the direction that the slavemasters commandeered, that’s for sure.

All of the vegatative functions, nutrition, waste, all secretions and excretions, the circulation, respiration, and all cell life, cell change and development, are positively under its complete control.

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See the relationship to Doctors Cameron and West’s extremely ghoulish version of this?

Let’s list out the characteristics/abilities that Pitzer purports to have observed.

While it may be reached through the objective senses, it is capable of seeing and knowing by means independent of them.

Very true.

  • It perceives by intuition.
  • It sees without the use of physical eyes.
  • It is the seat of the emotions.
  • Its memory is perfect.
  • It never forgets anything.
  • It never sleeps.
  • It performs its highest functions when the body is asleep—when the objective mind is in abeyance.

The two scariest ones of all to the slavemasters –

  • It can read the thoughts of others.
  • It has the power to communicate with others without the aid of ordinary physical means.

Important note – Physiologist Charles Richet discovered that telepathy occurred independent of hypnotism.
This makes it clear that this ability does not require some somnambulent state to be in effect.

Continuing….

It receives intelligence and posesses knowledge that may never rise above the threshold of objective consciousness—that our objective minds may never know.

Two other very scary ones to a slavemaster –

  • It may impart information to our objective minds, and to the subjective and objective minds of others, without either party knowing, objectively, the source of the information.
  • Distance offers no resistance against the successful missions of the subjective mind.

Unlike the objective mind, it is capable of sustaining an existence independent of the body. It never dies. It is the living soul.

You can see that despite his confusion about who has what abilities (there are two selves, fully able), this guy Pitzer was getting way too close to what I think the slavemasters already knew did exist. Real abilities that were not make-believe, not crazy, and very, very problematic ‘in the wrong hands’ from their perspective.

Can’t have people not suffering and dying like they’re supposed to, right?

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Here is the statement that I think really would have sealed the “thou shalt not” slavemaster seal of disapproval – because it’s the truth and would knock their false elsewhere ‘God’ (and any false superiority of “kings and priests”) completely out of the equation.

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In life the strongest and most perfect exhibitions of intellectual power, are manifested when the objective and subjective minds act synchronously and harmoniously.

Under these conditions everything we say and do turns out as nearly perfect as earthly conditions will permit. We think right, do right, keep well and live to a good old, age.

Right.

So much for all this crap then –

Slavemasters punishments for failure to tow the one world order line.

If everyone did that.

See the problem for the Death-Dealers?

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There is one important fact, regarding the working relations of the objective and subjective minds, that we must always keep before us; it is this: The subjective mind is constantly amenable to the power of suggestion by the objective mind, either that of the individual himself or that of another.

Therefore, notwithstanding the subjective mind has, when not opposed, absolute control over all the functions and sensations of our bodies, and is entirely capable of preserving their harmonious and healthful manifestations, it is also true that improper suggestions from the objective mind may divert its action, and sickness and death may be the result.

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Like Jolly West and Ewen Cameron’s experiments, for example.

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On the other hand, in case of sickness, proper suggestions made to the subjective mind, by the objective mind of the patient, or that of another, will as certainly result in healthful changes, and complete relief from pain and disease.

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Pitzer gives an interesting explanation of why prayers and curses have some effectiveness.

How Christian Science Cures.

It is upon the principle of suggestion that all so-called Faith Cures, Mental Science, Christian Science and Divine Science cures are performed; but these different sects of healers do not know it; if they do they will not acknowledge it. Many of them attribute their cures to Divine interpositions, fervent prayers, etc. Say what we may about the good effects of earnest Christian prayers, and we do know that they are many times instrumental in working wonderful cures, we also hold that suggestion, in such cases, exerts a remarkable power; we know this from the fact that wicked prayers, through the power of suggestion, frequently work wonders also.

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He drops some real bombshells regarding hypnotism – very accurate ones, no less.

Some of which lead me to believe that he is really talking about simply doing whatever works for the person to allow the body partner to come forward, although that is no guarantee that it will. It’s not some dog you can ‘train’, you know. This is a person.

…the hypnotic condition is not one of subjugation. It is a self-induced condition; a condition into which the subject consents to enter.

Without the co-operation of a subject we cannot hypnotize him.

Hypnotism never weakens the will; on the contrary, under hypnosis, by suggestion, we actually strengthen the will power, and enable men, by persuasion, to refrain from drinking, smoking and to quit other bad habits. We do not coerce them.

Hypnosis is the state in which the subjective mind is uppermost, and the objective mind is partially or totally in abeyance—drowsy or sound asleep.

the subject never loses his moral sense, no matter how often he may be hypnotised.

Hypnotism does not change the fundamental principles of a subject’s education, and, while in hypnosis, right will still be right to him, and wrong will be wrong to him, no matter how deeply he may be hypnotized.

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Note the “partially or totally in abeyance” part.

To reiterate my earlier note, you don’t need to be ‘mesmerised’ or any of what you probably think of as hypnotism for that. It’s more a matter of stepping aside, and not being so dominant or focused in your usual way, but yes, it is definitely you quieting your mental activities and physical commands to the body.

That’s probably what he’s trying to describe, perhaps.

This part, would have really got him in trouble because the slavemasters so dearly wish this was true and spend inordinate amounts of time and money shoving it down everyone’s throats ‘as true’ under the guise of ‘psychiatry’ and certain forms of medicine. They really want it believed that this could be done to people – but Pitzer is pointing out that is not the truth at all.

There is no such a thing as compelling or persuading people to perpetrate wicked deeds or submit to outrages while in hypnotic conditions, which they could not be induced to do or submit to in the waking state.

Good people may consent, in hypnosis, to the performance of many amusing things, but they never lose their moral sense…

This is evidenced by the fact that if we attempt, by suggestion, to induce a hypnotic subject to perform any act in violation of the settled principles of his life, he positively refuses to do it; he sometimes remains quiet, but if urged too much he will promptly wake up.

We cannot extract a secret from a hypnotic subject.

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Considering that was one of the so-called ‘concerns’ stated as to why investigation was needed (that became the secret Project MKULTRA), clearly we can now see that was total bullshit (and some rather childish wishful thinking).

Please let it be true…

wishful thinking.

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Do you see where Pitzer said “We hold, with Thomson Jay Hudson, that there are two minds…”?

That’s another interesting guy. He wrote a book called: The Law of Psychic Phenomena: a Working Hypothesis for the Systematic Study of Hypnotism, Spiritism, Mental Therapeutics, etc. published in London and Chicago in 1893.

Do you remember how Collier quoted Pitzer as supposedly saying:

The subconscious mind is a distinct entity. …it has absolute control over all the functions… of the body. Nutrition, waste, all secretions and excretions, the action of the heart in the circulation of the blood, the lungs in respiration or breathing, and all cell life, cell changes and development, are positively under the complete control of the subconscious mind.

We call this the ‘soul mind.’ It is the living soul.

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We already checked into Pitzer’s book, and he didn’t use the terms in that way – he used subjective and objective as his descriptors.

Well, neither did Dr. Hudson, but he appears to be the real source for pointing out that what was later called the subconscious mind was a separate entity.

The subjective mind is a separate and distinct entity.

 

Hudson was mostly known for his three laws of psychic phenomena contained in his 1893 book.

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His idea was that any contact with “spirits” was contact with the medium’s or the subject’s own subconscious. Anything else could be explained by telepathy, which he defined as contact between two or more subconsciouses.

Hudson’s three laws –

  • Man has two minds: the objective mind (conscious) and the subjective mind (subconscious).
  • The subjective mind is constantly amenable to control by suggestion.
  • The subjective mind is incapable of inductive reasoning.

He wrote –

….the subjective mind is constantly amenable to control by suggestion. (This is not true of the objective mind as he says in another passage.) ….The objective mind is merely the function of the physical brain. The subjective mind is a distinct entity possessing independent powers and functions, having a mental organization of its own, and capable of sustaining an existence independently of the body. The subjective mind of man is synonymous with the soul of man.

Hudson, as compared to Pitzer, took a decidedly more Christian angle about why psychic phenomena should be of interest to man.

Jesus, who was master of the science of the soul, drew the line, on strictly scientific principles when he proclaimed the law that belief – faith – was the essential prerequisite to the attainment of immortal life. Faith, in the sense in which Jesus employed the term means much more than belief, although the latter is included in the term. Faith in the psychic sense and that is the sense in which Jesus employed it, is conscious potentiality.

It is a power; it is the power of the soul.

…it obviously cannot exist in other than an intelligent being. And this remark, according to the philosophy of Jesus, applies to all the brute creation, whether it is embodied in the form of animals or of man.

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That’s actually quite interesting, surprisingly.

What he seems to be missing (like many others) is that there are TWO conscious potentialities – two spirits at a minimum. I doubt that if there was a man teaching such accurate things – that he calls Jesus – that he would have missed that. I think that this kind of truth did exist though and was taught – why wouldn’t it.

But Hudson has apparently omitted noticing the obvious fallacies of his sources. He was hamstrung trying to interpret these teachings from problematic sources like the bible which was predominantly created out of complete whole-cloth by men who weren’t exactly enamored of having humanity be anything resembling truly enlightened.

Even Thomas Jefferson knew that was completely unreliable as a source, and why.

In this quote he’s quite tongue-in-cheek about it, but he’s calling into question the reliability of writings of ‘Aristotle’ and other supposed ancients –

The introduction of this new principle of representative democracy has rendered useless almost everything written before on the structure of government: and, in a great measure, relieves our regret, if the political writings of Aristotle, or of any other ancient, have been lost, or are unfaithfully rendered or explained to us.

Jefferson Cyclopedia p.51 (nbr 486)

In this one he makes it clear who he thinks produced all that crap, including most of the bible.

The priests have so disfigured the simple religion of Jesus that no one who reads the sophistications they have engrafted on it, from the jargon of Plato, of Aristotle & other mystics, would conceive these could have been fathered on the sublime preacher of the sermon on the mount.

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Mister ‘upon this rock I shall found my church‘ – the mythical Paul of the Catholicism.

Among the sayings and discourses imputed to him [Jesus] by his biographers, I find many passages of fine imagination, correct morality, and of the most lovely benevolence; and others again of so much ignorance, so much absurdity, so much untruth, charlatanism, and imposture, as to pronounce it impossible that such contradictions should have proceeded from the same being. I separate, therefore, the gold from the dross; restore to Him the former, and leave the latter to the stupidity of some, and roguery of others of His disciples. Of this band of dupes and impostors, Paul was the great Coryphaeus, and first corruptor of the doctrines of Jesus. These palpable interpolations and falsifications of His doctrines, led me to try to sift them apart.

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This is why I say that Hudson was having to start from some pretty slanted premises from which to view what he was observing.

Hudson was sometimes a very funny guy though, he wasn’t exactly enamored of the British SPR. He expressed that in some truly understated and brilliant ways that you have to really understand what the scene was to know that was what he was doing – and doing well.

He raised an excellent point in an article where he’s being Mr. Understated in his criticism of the SPR – he said:

(1) Telepathy is a power belonging exclusively to the subjective mind, or the “subliminal self,” as it is frequently designated by the S.P.R. That is to say, the objective mind, or “supraliminal self,” which is the mind of ordinary waking consciousness, is not necessarily aware of the content of the subjective mind.

Spiritism, Hypnotism and Telepathy as Involved in the Case of Mrs. Leonora E. Piper by Thomson Jay Hudson, referencing: Spiritism and Mrs. Leonora E. Piper a paper Hudson read before the Psychological Section and the Medico-Legal Society in joint session, December 18, 1901

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The point being that both the name and the concept had to do with SPR research. Hudson’s mistake is thinking that is ‘the soul’ of which there is only that one.

To his credit, Hudson basically worked hard to champion the idea of these very real abilities for 43 years until his death from heart failure in 1903.

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Still in search of who really said that “distinct entity” idea, I also came across the writings of Dr. Harlow. Harlow is referencing Pitzer in his book of 1909, but also has some other interesting information as to what the school of thought was in America before Rockefeller and Flexner came and shut down all ‘unapproved of’ schools and such.

W.E. Harlow

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Mental and Moral Therapeutics, W.E. Harlow, 1909

Again, we see the duality description, but apparently we start seeing the entrance of characterizing one of them as “negative”.:

We come now to a study of the duality of the mind. As man is possessed of two forces, positive and negative, and two brains, cerebrum and cerebellum, so he is possessed, of two minds, the subjective and the objective.

…The subjective mind is a separate and distinct entity.

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Harlow brings a more clear statement though, of with whom do they need to ‘work’ with in matters of the body, but do notice the entrance of the ‘correction of vice’ idea as if vice sources only from that mind.

As it is the subjective with which we have to do in the cure of disease and correction of vice, I will here give the normal functions of the subjective mind as formulated by Thomas J. Hudson.

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That’s actually quite key, as it shows how early, and for how long, this idea of correcting what’s unacceptable or wrong with the person by ‘fixing’ or blocking the body (or that mind) in some way – a key element of Jolly West’s MKULTRA sub-project and his later Center for Violence continuation.

He also adds some other very interesting additions to what other abilities they had discovered were possible, plus gives a more clear expression of telepathy.

(5) The subjective mind possesses the power to move ponderable objects without physical contact; this is witnessed in spiritism.

(6) It has the power to communicate and receive intelligence otherwise than through the channels of the senses. It perceives by intuition which is called telepathy.

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Remember the points of interest of the ORD?

  • whether psychics could read minds or control them from afar (telepathy),
  • if they could gain information about distant places or people (clairvoyance or remote viewing)
  • if they could predict the future (precognition)
  • influence the movement of physical objects or even the human mind (telekinesis).

John Wilhelm: Psychic Spying – Washington Post August 7, 1977

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Well, there you go.

Written and Researched by –

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*Further examination of Jolly West’s MKULTRA subproject continues in Louis Jolyon “Jolly” West MKULTRA subproject 43

 

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