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The Drug War and Sex Cult are MKUltra derived New Religious Movements

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MKUltra was a CIA covert operation during the Cold War that was tasked with studying matters of mind control and brainwashing. It is already a known operation; however, I've recently entirely uncovered a huge segment of it, I believe for the first time ever regarding civilian efforts. I will save the comprehensive explanation about how the Drug War and Sex Cult are establishments of religion, and just cut to the meat of the conclusion regarding this matter, which I believe is pretty much wrapped up at this point.


Project MKUltra (or MK-Ultra), also called the CIA mind control program, is the code name given to a program of experiments on human subjects that were designed and undertaken by the United States Central Intelligence Agency—and which were, at times, illegal.[1][2][3] Experiments on humans were intended to identify and develop drugs and procedures to be used in interrogations in order to weaken the individual and force confessions through mind control. The project was organized through the Office of Scientific Intelligence of the CIA and coordinated with the U.S. Army Biological Warfare Laboratories.[4] Code names for drugs-related experiments were Project Bluebird and Project Artichoke.[5][6]

The operation was officially sanctioned in 1953, was reduced in scope in 1964, further curtailed in 1967, and recorded to be halted in 1973. The program engaged in many illegal activities,[7][8][9] including the use of U.S. and Canadian citizens as its unwitting test subjects, which led to controversy regarding its legitimacy.[7](p74)[10][11][12] MKUltra used numerous methods to manipulate people's mental states and alter brain functions, including the surreptitious administration of drugs (especially LSD) and other chemicals, hypnosis,[13][14] sensory deprivation, isolation, verbal and sexual abuse, and other forms of torture.[15][16]

Although this program undoubtedly produced numerous outputs, at least three are of particular importance. The first is a technique for spreading belief in a fantasy world rapidly throughout a population, which is much as follows:

MKUltra Technique One

1) Take traditional psychotics (second from left is high functioning)


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2) Script them into roughly the same false reality by manipulating their delusions and implanting false memories


Research looking at specific memory aberrations in the schizophrenia has primarily focused on their phenomenology using standardized semantic laboratory tasks. However, no study has investigated to what extent such aberrations have consequences for everyday episodic memories using more realistic false memory paradigms. Using a false memory paradigm where participants are presented with misleading suggestive information (Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scale), we investigated the susceptibility of patients with schizophrenia (n = 21) and healthy controls (n = 18) to post hoc misleading information acceptance and compliance.

Patients with schizophrenia exhibited an increased susceptibility to go along with misleading suggestive items. Furthermore, they showed an increased tendency to change answers under conditions of social pressure. Underscoring previous findings on memory aberrations in schizophrenia, patients with schizophrenia had reduced levels of correct recognition (ie, true memory) relative to healthy controls. The effects remained stable when controlling for specific mediating variables such as symptom severity and intelligence in patients with schizophrenia. These findings are a first indication that social pressure and misleading information may impair source memory for everyday episodic memories in schizophrenia, and such impairment has clear consequences for treatment issues and forensic practice.


Some other similarities between childhood thinking, schizophrenic thinking and the unconscious are indicated. There is a strikingly high incidence of primitive animism and syncretistic habits of thought in schizophrenia. Psychologic factors are more important than neurologic ones as a cause of primitive animism in the aged, although the latter also play a part. The question as to why all psychologically regressed patients do not show marked primitive animistic thinking remains unexplained.

The false memories and such should be implanted through a highly visually oriented collection of fiction materials such as the following:

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You essentially delude the schizophrenics into thinking the fantasy world therein described is actual reality, and get them to think they are actually experts of reality instead of experts regarding your interrelated themed collection of visual fiction materials that are, in fact, comparable to alchemy instead of chemistry --- having some semblance of correctness, and perhaps even some basic correctness, but not being actually tenable, especially as you progress beyond the most basic elements of them.

3) Swarm them,


The emergence of netwar implies a need to rethink strategy and doctrine, since traditional notions of war as a sequential process based on massing, maneuvering, and fighting will likely prove inadequate to cope with a nonlinear landscape of conflict in which societal and military elements are closely intermingled. In our view, traditional warfare fits the Western paradigm symbolized by chess, where territory is very important, units are functionally specialized, and operations proceed sequentially until checkmate. Netwar, however, requires a new analytic paradigm, which, we argue, is provided by the Oriental game of Go, where there are no "fronts," offense and defense are often blurred, and fortifications and massing simply provide targets for implosive attacks. Victory is achieved not by checkmate, as there is no king to decapitate, but by gaining control of a greater amount of the "battlespace."

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In terms of implications for policy, we argue that forming networks to fight networks and decentralizing operational decisionmaking authority will likely improve the ability of the United States to combat transnational crime and terrorism and to counter the proliferation efforts of rogue states and their nonstate support networks.


Networks and Netwars
The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy

The concepts of cyberwar and netwar encompass a new spectrum of conflict that is emerging in the wake of the information revolution. Netwar includes conflicts waged, on the one hand, by terrorists, criminals, gangs, and ethnic extremists; and by civil-society activists (such as cyber activists or WTO protestors) on the other. What distinguishes netwar is the networked organizational structure of its practitioners — with many groups actually being leaderless — and their quickness in coming together in swarming attacks. To confront this new type of conflict, it is crucial for governments, military, and law enforcement to begin networking themselves


They define swarming, in a military context, as "...seemingly amorphous, but it is a deliberately structured, coordinated, strategic way to strike from all directions, by means of a sustainable pulsing of force and/or fire, close-in as well as from stand-off positions."

A recent example of swarming can be found in Mexico, at the level of what we call activist “social netwar” (see Ronfeldt et al., 1998)

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Networks, as opposed to institutions, are shaped by decentralized command and control structures, are resistant to “decapitation” attacks targeting leaders, and are amorphous enough to weld together coalitions with significantly different agendas while concentrating forces on a single symbolic target.

around the media in an area, by drawing attention to them as if they are organized experts regarding a serious issue

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as opposed to a massive convergence of scripted schizophrenics and manics,


A growing tribe of troubled minds

Mental health professionals say the narrative has taken hold among a group of people experiencing psychotic symptoms that have troubled the human mind since time immemorial. Except now victims are connecting on the internet, organizing and defying medical explanations for what’s happening to them.

The community, conservatively estimated to exceed 10,000 members, has proliferated since 9/11, cradled by the internet and fed by genuine concerns over government surveillance. A large number appear to have delusional disorder or schizophrenia, psychiatrists say.


Yet, the phenomenon remains virtually unresearched.

For the few specialists who have looked closely, these individuals represent an alarming development in the history of mental illness: thousands of sick people, banded together and demanding recognition on the basis of shared paranoias.

They raise money, hold awareness campaigns, host international conferences and fight for their causes in courts and legislatures

Perhaps their biggest victory came last year, when believers in Richmond, Calif., persuaded the City Council to pass a resolution banning space-based weapons that they believe could be used for mind control. A similar lobbying effort is underway in Tucson.

4) They put on a melodramatic display of acting as if they are being exposed to the same fantasy world,


Abstract

This paper argues that a narrative lens is conducive toward a renewed understanding of moral panic. It is proposed that a melodramatic narrative frame that is central to the construction of news stories about crime is significant for conceptualizing what moral panics are and how they work. The paper will propose that moral panics can be seen as enacted melodramas, where the traditional boundaries between newsmakers, inte groups and ‘the public’ are temporarily dismantled and where everyday citizens experience the role of the suffering victim. This understanding provides insight toward appreciating why only some issues develop into moral panic in particular spaces and times and offers a new framework with which to approach the study of panic.

5) Neurotypicals start enacting the melodrama


In sociology and psychology, mass hysteria (also known as collective hysteria, group hysteria, or collective obsessional behavior) is a phenomenon that transmits collective illusions of threats, whether real or imaginary, through a population in society as a result of rumors and fear (memory acknowledgement).[1][2]


A soap opera or soap, is a serial drama on television or radio that examines the lives of many characters, usually focusing on emotional relationships to the point of melodrama.[1]


The Morangos com Açúcar Virus (also known as the Soap Opera Virus) was initiated by an episode of the popular Portuguese teen soap opera entitled "Morangos com Açúcar" in which a terrible disease was introduced to the school attended by the characters in the series. The television show, which first premiered in March 2004, follows the stories of a group of "normal" teenage kids and the dramaticized ups and downs that they encounter in their daily lives, much like the Canadian drama series "Degrassi." Only a few days after the episode aired, a few teens began to develop symptoms similar to those depicted on the show. These symptoms included rashes, breathing troubles, and severe dizziness. Before long, the "disease" had spread to more than 300 high school students in 14 different Portuguese schools. Some schools were actually forced to temporarily close because of the severity of the outbreak. However, the Portuguese National Institute for Medical Emergency brushed the epidemic off, calling it a case of mass hysteria. Doctor Nelson Pereira, the director of the PNIME, said, "What we concretely have is a few children with allergies and apparently a phenomenon of many other children imitating." Another doctor, Mario Almeidi, pronounced his disbelief in the disease, saying "I know of no disease which is so selective that it only attacks school children."

Because of Asch conformity,


Autistic Kids Tend to Imitate ‘Efficiently,’ Not ‘Socially’

Normally, kids copying adult behavior will go out of their way to repeat each and every element of the behavior even if they realize parts of it don’t make any sense.

But a new study shows that when a child with autism copies the actions of an adult, he or she is likely to omit anything “silly” about what they’ve just seen.


Abstract

Perhaps surprisingly, given the importance of conformity as a theoretical construct in social psychology and the profound implications autism has for social function, little research has been done on whether autism is associated with the propensity to conform to a social majority. This study is a modern, child-friendly implementation of the classic Asch conformity studies. The performance of 15 children with autism was compared to that of 15 typically developing children on a line judgement task. Children were matched for age, gender and numeracy and literacy ability. In each trial, the child had to say which of three lines a comparison line matched in length. On some trials, children were misled as to what most people thought the answer was. Children with autism were much less likely to conform in the misleading condition than typically developing children. This finding was replicated using a continuous measure of autism traits, the Autism Quotient questionnaire, which showed that autism traits negatively correlated with likelihood to conform in the typically developing group. This study demonstrates the resistance of children with autism to social pressure.

You can see this process taking place in U.S. history around the time of the Satanic Daycare Sex Abuse Panic.


Victorian-style devil outrage reached a fever pitch in the family-values 1980s. In his 2015 book We Believe the Children: A Moral Panic in the 1980s, author Richard Beck tells the story of a series of allegations of ritualized Satanic child abuse in daycare centers around the country. Through painstaking elicitation, police, prosecutors, and investigators managed to get children to testify to all sorts of unthinkable violations. Not just sexual assault: There were allegations of gamified animal torture and vast networks of child porn production and distribution. And, of course, the devil.

I asked Beck if in all his exhaustive research he had been able to track down a single instance of verified Satanic ritual child abuse. “No,” says. “My editor and I joked that the book would sell better if I could find an actual case, but as far as I could find it never happened.” Since they didn’t occur in reality, the infernal elements had to be products of adult interpretation and suggestion. Yet whole municipalities managed to convince themselves that there were hidden networks of devil worship and child abuse in their own backyards. How did they accomplish such a feat?

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In the 1980s and early 1990s the United States witnessed an outbreak of bizarre ‘‘daycare abuse’’ cases in which groups of young children levelled allegations of sexual and Satanic abuse against their teachers. In the present study, quantitative analyses were performed on a total of 54 interview transcripts from two highly publicised daycare cases (McMartin Preschool and Kelly Michaels) and a comparison group of child sexual abuse cases from a Child Protection Service (CPS). Confirming the impression of prior commentators, systematic analyses showed that interviews from the two daycare cases were highly suggestive. Compared with the CPS interviews, the McMartin and/or Michaels interviewers were significantly more likely to (a) introduce new suggestive information into the interview, (b) provide praise, promises, and positive reinforcement, (c) express disapproval, disbelief, or disagreement with children, (d) exert conformity pressure, and (e) invite children to pretend or speculate about supposed events


The legacy of implanted Satanic abuse ‘memories’ is still causing damage today

When 21-year-old nurse Carol Felstead went to her doctor complaining of repeated headaches, she wasn’t just prescribed painkillers. Instead, she was referred for psychotherapy that would ultimately involve hypnosis to “recover” so-called repressed memories of childhood sexual abuse. Carol subsequently came to believe that her parents were the leaders of a Satanic cult and that her mother murdered another of her children, sat Carol on top of the body and then set fire to the family home.

But these allegations were untrue and the memories they were based upon were incorrect. Today, almost 30 years on, “recovered memory therapy” has been discredited by the scientific and academic community and is known to implant false memories, apparent memories for events that never actually happened.

Experimental psychologists have repeatedly demonstrated the ease with which false memories can be implanted in a sizeable proportion of the population under well-controlled laboratory conditions. But it is also undoubtedly the case that such false memories can arise spontaneously as well as in the context of psychotherapy.

Although we are typically not consciously aware of it, we often have to judge whether an apparent memory is real. Is it based upon mental events that were purely internally generated (for example, by imagination or a dream) or based upon events which really took place in the external world?
Implanting false memories

One of the techniques that has been shown to result in false memories is asking people to imagine events that never actually took place. It appears that, eventually and especially in people with good imaginations, the memory of the imagined event is misinterpreted as a memory for a real event. The use of hypnotic regression is a particularly powerful means to implant false memories.


This was masterminded by CIA asset Judianne Densen-Gerber,


This is unprecedented, probably in the history of the United States," commented Dr. Judianne Densen-Gerber, a lawyer, psychiatrist and nationally prominent specialist on child abuse. ( Denson-Gerber is an MD who is thought to be a CIA asset Her husband was on the Warren Commission.) During her visit to Nebraska in December 1990 she said: 'If the children are not telling the truth, particularly if they have been abused, they need help, medical attention. You don't throw them in jail!'


A 1979 profile in New York magazine quoted Mayor Edward I. Koch as saying that she was ''one of those seminal forces, original, a go-getter.'' He said there were ''few people who can claim as many accomplishments.''

Dr. Densen-Gerber's success at getting government help became her downfall when the state investigated her use of public funds in the early 1980's and found irregularities. She resigned as executive director of Odyssey House in 1983, but remained active in affiliated programs.

Her influence extended to areas like child pornography. In 1977, her testimony that there were 264 monthly publications devoted to the subject helped persuade the House of Representatives to unanimously pass a bill to regulate it.

IPT, the publication of the Institute for Psychological Therapy, reported in 1992 that later government investigations proved her estimates to be exaggerated by ''several orders of magnitude.''

Dr. Densen-Gerber also commented on many other hot issues from a psychiatric point of view.

In 1991, she went to Omaha to testify in court that her interview with a man convinced her he had witnessed four satanic ritual killings. She characterized herself as an expert at deprogramming survivors of satanic cults.


who was adapting it from the program Synanon,

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Naturally the technique employed in Odyssey's treatment is spelled out in exquisite bits. In essence it is a medical doctor's extension of the original Synanon method. Synanon eschewed 'the use of any medical doctors and just had their boarders kick "cold turkey" spurred on by the jeers and encouragements of ex-addicts who had gone through the same gauntlet. Odyssey is more sophisticated and noticeably better organized and run. It insists on complete and exacting urine checks on all members to make certain no drugs are being used. It has exacting in-take procedures and highly structured promotion levels and rewards. It has penetrating and demanding deep "probe" sessions that do emulate the early marathon Synanon ways, but here Utilize psychiatric methodology as opposed to street wisdom.

(lower quality sources, likely accurate)


Ramirez set up the synanon-based Phoenix House which hired former Synanite Ted Dibble to manage one of its centers. Phoenix House is one of the biggest TCs today. Psychiatrist Dr. Judianne Densen-Gerber visited Dr. Ramirez in Puerto Rico and setup her own synanon-based TC in New York City called Odyssey House. Many entrepreneurs, previously excluded from the lucrative drug rehabilitation trade because of lack of a medical degree, have opened their own second, third, and fourth generation synanon-type therapeutic communities.

that was part of the CIA MKUltra project that Densen-Gerber almost certainly made many key contributions to.


Over the years, the Narcotic Farm experimented with other treatment models, including Synanon. For more on that, see Points: the Blog of the Alcohol and Drugs History Society, Lessons from the Narcotic Farm, Part Five: Matrix House

ARC is also known for its involvement with the MK-ULTRA program (the CIA’s infamous mind-control drug experiments) during which the ARC director received CIA money for LSD research. It was after this scandal that ARC’s fate was sealed. On December 31, 1976, the last subject was transferred out of the lab.


Genre new religious movement


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The idea that punishment can be therapeutic is not unique to the Rotenberg Center. In fact, this notion is widespread among the hundreds of "emotional growth boarding schools," wilderness camps, and "tough love" antidrug programs that make up the billion-dollar teen residential treatment industry.

This harsh approach to helping troubled teens has a long and disturbing history. No fewer than 50 programs (though not the Rotenberg Center) can trace their treatment philosophy, directly or indirectly, to an antidrug cult called Synanon. Founded in 1958, Synanon sold itself as a cure for hardcore heroin addicts who could help each other by "breaking" new initiates with isolation, humiliation, hard labor, and sleep deprivation.


DFAF was founded by Betty Sembler, wife of shopping center developer and Ambassador Mel Sembler. In 1976, Betty and Mel Sembler founded the cult[4] Straight, Incorporated, a "coercive rehabilitation" program in the United States that produced hundreds of reports of abuse of adolescents and their families during its 15 years of existence. Straight was adapted from the controversial therapeutic community programs Synanon and The Seed.


In 1979 Densen-Gerber was the subject of a scathing profile in New York magazine, “The Mysterious Mistress of Odyssey House,” which said, “Most people think of Odyssey House as a solid, benevolent program... Dr Densen-Gerber... has also emerged as an influential spokeswoman for sexually abused children. Today, she has become a familiar figure at public forums and legislative functions, detailing the horrors of addiction and ill treated youngsters... The cameras whirr and the lawmakers reach for the handkerchiefs and appropriations [funds]. It's a good show... But there is another side to this tale...”


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The Origin of the Myths

In 1976 Robin Lloyd, correspondent for NBC, published For Money or Love: Boy Prostitution in America (Out of Print)(Out of Print).18 In the book, for which a U.S. senator had written an introduction, Lloyd claimed that a huge network of prostitution involving 300,000 boys existed. The notion that child pornography trade is big business was initiated in this book. Yet, nowhere in the book is there any empirical basis for the number 300,000. Indeed, Lloyd admitted that it was a working hypothesis which he had suggested to a number of experts to test their reactions.19 This didn't prevent Judianne Densen-Gerber, director of Odyssey House, a chain of residential treatment clinics for drug addicts, from taking over the figure as if it represented a reliable statistic. She set about to mobilize public opinion against child pornography to which, she said, Lloyd had alerted her.

The media followed the stories of child exploitation in detail. In the national periodicals during 1977 nine articles appeared.20 The New York Times, a paper known to avoid sensationalism, printed 27 articles that year compared to one in the two years before. When in May, 1977 the highly popular television series Sixty Minutes devoted a program to child pornography, a tidal wave of letters to politicians resulted.21 That spring a subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives held a series of hearings on the subject which lasted until autumn, keeping child pornography in the news in the U.S.A. A platform was established by crusaders against child pornography, and in the prevailing climate of moral panic their cries for stronger measures received wide political support.

The chairman of the committee was Representative John Conyers Jr., who had organized the hearings to pass judgment on the proposal of Representatives Kildee and Murphy for a first Federal law against child pornography. It was this series of hearings that would make the question of child pornography a national issue. The first hearing was dominated by the appearance of Judianne Densen-Gerber. Equipped. with some child pornography magazines, she shocked congressional representatives with her claim that she had, together with Robin Lloyd, counted 264 comparable publications that, according to her, appeared monthly (an exaggeration by a factor of several orders of magnitude as we shall see). The figures which Robin Lloyd had mentioned as a working hypothesis were repeated by Densen-Gerber as fact:

Lloyd's book documented the involvement of 300,000 boys, aged 8 to 16, in activities revolving around sex for sale.22

She then multiplied the number by two, because her intuition told her that 300,000 girls were also involved in such activities. She then multiplied it again by two since, according to Lloyd, the real figure was "twice what he (could) statistically validate,"23 and this lead to something like a million children. The chairman Conyers multiplied this again by two since, he reasoned, America had not only one million runaways but another one million school drop outs. In this way the contours of a national disaster were drawn. According to Conyers:

"So we have somewhere possibly in the neighbourhood of 2 million kids who form a ready market for sexual exploitation from pornographers and the like."24

Densen-Gerber could not agree more. The Kildee-Murphy proposal was made law without any opposition: 401 for, 0 against.

The Spread of Rumors

In 1986 the Senate Commission33 under the chairmanship of William V. Roth, Republican from Delaware, came to the same conclusion as the ILIC report. Nevertheless, neither the Roth report nor the ILIC report were able to dampen the spread of rumors about an enormous trade. Even in 1986, the claims of Lloyd and Densen-Gerber continued to come up as facts in official reports: the Meese Commission, initiated by the Reagan administration to prepare a drastic sharpening of the anti-pornography laws, uncritically took over these claims.34 According to the Meese Commission, Congress had discovered that child pornography and child prostitution "have become highly organized, multi-million dollar industries that operate on a nationwide scale."35 The monthly appearance of 264 magazines (Densen-Gerber) was again reported as truth, alongside the 30,000 exploited children of Los Angeles (Lloyd Martin).

The U.S. Supreme Court took over these claims in their first child pornography case, New York v Ferber (1982), saying that child pornography comprised, "highly organized multimillion dollar industries that operate on a nationwide scale."36 The otherwise dignified court was so upset by the alleged extent of the problem that the solicitor for the accused, Herald Price Fahringer, lost his composure and fled the sitting as fast as he could.37

The claims of Lloyd and Densen-Gerber also appeared outside the U.S.A. The report, Exploitation of Child Labour, which was submitted in 1981 to the Commission for Human Rights of the United Nations, claimed: "In the United States there are at least 264 pornographic magazines specializing in pornography concerning children."38 It was claimed that in 1977, 15,000 slides and 4,000 films of child pornography had been intercepted by the police, which was, according to the report, 5% of the total stock in circulation.

According to the United Nations report, the value of trade in child pornography in 1977 was estimated at $500 million. Such estimates are not based on any kind of empirical evidence, and are easy to refute. If these claims were true then the allegedly intercepted slides and films would have had a value of thousands of dollars each.39 In reality, these films were sold for much less, which can be checked with reference to the advertisement brochures of Deltaboek, publisher of homosexual pornography and literature. From here it is apparent that the Golden Boys film series, produced by COQ in Denmark, cost 85 guilders each, which is about $35.

In 1986, Defence for Children International prepared a report on child prostitution in which they claimed: "Estimates on the number of child prostitutes vary from 300,000 to several millions for the U.S. and Canada."40 A year later these figures were taken over by the Norwegian Ministry of Justice.41 This report was later submitted to the Ministers of Justice of the member countries of the Council of Europe. Within the Council of Europe a report on child exploitation was written in which it was claimed that: "A study of boy prostitutes had suggested that there were 300,000 boy prostitutes in the United States, many of whom are designated runaways."42 The claims of the United Nations report were also repeated. As late as 1988 the Dutch language world development magazine, Onze Wereld (Our World), claimed that: "The American (sic) periodical43 Child Abuse and Neglect reported that in the United States at least 264 different child pornography magazines are in circulation. The kiddieporn stars are drawn from the numerous American runaway teenagers."44 The same article made similar exaggerated claims about alleged illicit trade in donor organs obtained from children killed for the purpose. The story about donor organs had also appeared in the report of the Council of Europe, although there was never any evidence and the story was not credible from the beginning.45

The alleged size of the child pornography trade and the many children said to have been involved, are little more than myths. They are the result of the arbitrary multiplication of arbitrary numbers of alleged victims made by a journalist. The claims had taken on a life of their own. The fact that these claims had by 1980 been rejected by thorough official investigations was insufficient to prevent the claim from reappearing, not only in the media but also in other official circles, including the United States Senate, the United States Supreme Court, a Commission of the American Justice Department, the United Nations and the Council of Europe. After the number had been cited in the Hearings of the House of Representatives, it became associated with an ostensibly reliable source. The fact that the original source was anything but reliable was forgotten.

Synanon itself was likely for preliminary research and an initial front organization, with the (of utmost importance, I believe) Densen-Gerber contributions most likely occurring sometime around 1967, when Synanon splintered into Phoenix house. The LSD moral panic that look place at this time was masterminded by the CIA to discourage the discovery of the same underlying mechanism, which was certainly classified as Top Secret.


The Albert Hofmann collection contains nearly seventy articles on the topic of whether or not LSD-25 causes "chromosome damage". These articles are a good example of the scientific and cultural moral panic that took place in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

In 1967, Science published an article, based on the examination of a single patient, which proposed that LSD caused chromosome breakage.1 As Peter Stafford notes in Psychedelics Encyclopedia, "By evening, the charge that LSD could break chromosomes was in all the nation's media."

Between 1967 and 1972, article after article was published, in respected peer-reviewed journals, describing the link between LSD and chromosomal damage, both in vitro and in users and their offspring. As these reports accumulated, popular media amplified the scare, leading to sensational articles decrying the mutations that would be unleashed on future generations.

"New research finds [LSD] is causing genetic damage that poses a threat of havoc now and appalling abnormalities for generations yet unborn."2

Yet, by the mid-1970s, the tide had turned and the scientific literature generally supported the revised opinion that LSD does not cause chromosomal breakage or birth defects.

How was it possible for this issue to progress as far as it did? In an atmosphere friendly to reports of negative consequences of LSD use, a litany of elementary scientific and research errors were ignored by the journals that published the findings. It wasn't until enough research could be conducted to counteract the initial momentum that saner opinions, and better science, prevailed.

In the collection is a copy of one of the key articles that helped end the hysteria that was taking place in peer reviewed journals and the media. The authors conclude that:

"From our own work and from a review of the literature, we believe that pure LSD ingested in moderate doses does not damage chromosomes in vivo, does not cause detectable genetic damage, and is not a teratogen or a carcinogen in man. Within these bounds, therefore, we suggest that, other than during pregnancy, there is no present contraindication to the continued controlled experimental use of pure LSD."3

The progression of this issue and its related articles is a perfect example of how dozens of journal references supporting one position may still be wrong. In many cases, only time and the evolution of knowledge can sort it out.

It would be interesting to read a retrospective on this part of psychedelic research history.

The reason for this was to prevent DMN disintegration in the neurotypical population, to slow the rate of insight into the existence of an autism-psychosis spectrum.



At the same time, the drug apparently chips away at organization within networks—including a system the brain defers to at rest called the default mode network, which normally governs functions such as self-reflection, autobiographical memory and mental “time travel.”

Members of the team reporting in Current Biology suspect that the default mode network disintegration, coupled with dampened electrical activity in consciousness-related alpha brain waves, contributes to a temporary loss of a sense of self in some psychedelic drug users, who often describe feeling at one with others and the world around them—an effect scientists call “ego dissolution.”

The default mode network “seems to be the best candidate that we have for the biological underpinnings of the sense of self,” explains Robin Carhart-Harris, a researcher with Imperial College’s Center for Neuropsychopharmacology, who was involved in both new studies. Similar default mode network changes were identified in a study of 30 volunteers who took an intravenous dose of another psychedelic drug: psilocybin, the psychoactive ingredient in hallucinogenic, or “magic,” mushrooms. Carhart-Harris and colleagues published that study in PNAS in 2012.



A more recent resting state study reported reduced functional connectivity in DMN but not the task-positive network in an adult autistic sample (Kennedy and Courchesne, 2008). Specifically, reduced connectivity was localised to MPFC and left angular gyrus, and while the DMN and task-positive networks were significantly anti-correlated in controls, no such anti-correlation was observed in the ASD group

In summary, DMN activity in autistic patients is thought to be low at rest, with reduced connectivity between anterior and posterior DMN regions probably reflecting a disturbance of self- referential thought. In contrast to altered connectivity in the DMN, connectivity in the task-positive network appears normal in autism. Moreover, the absence of an anti-correlation between the DMN and task-positive networks, suggests an imbalance in the toggling between these networks, driven by a paucity of introspective thought.


The DMN is involved with processes of self-reflection, social cognition, and mind-wandering. Hyperconnectivity has been noted in the DMN of individuals at high risk for developing schizophrenia.

Whitfield-Gabrieli et al39 studied patients with schizophrenia; young, at-risk, first-degree relatives; and unaffected controls using fMRI during alternating conditions of wakeful rest and a focused working memory task. While the unaffected controls showed predictable deactivation of DMN during active task, the patients and relatives showed diminished deactivation, as well as greater activity in right DLPFC. This finding has essentially been replicated twice by two other research groups.


The researchers say the results of the surveys lend further support to their earlier work showing people have two brain networks -- one for empathy and one for analytic thinking -- that are in tension with each other. In healthy people, their thought process cycles between the two, choosing the appropriate network for different issues they consider.

But in the religious dogmatist's mind, the empathetic network appears to dominate while in the nonreligious dogmatist's mind, the analytic network appears to rule.

The reason for this was to prevent DMN disintegration in the neurotypical population, to slow the rate of insight into the existence of an autism-psychosis spectrum.

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The reason for this was to hide the existence of the most sophisticated counter human intelligence technique ever invented.


Finally, we have demonstrated that attention to engaging social stimuli not only activates the DMN but also deactivates the TPN. In a subsequent study[30] it was shown that this pattern of DMN activation and TPN deactivation was present for humanizing depictions of individuals, whereas dehumanizing depictions, which are associated with decreased moral concern, either involved decreased activity in the DMN or increased activity in the TPN. Taken together, these findings suggest that we are neurologically constrained from simultaneously exercising moral concern and analytic thinking.


"These findings," Friedman continued, "are consistent with the philosophical view, espoused by (Immanuel) Kant, according to which there are two distinct types of truth: empirical and moral."

By exploiting the neurotypical brain's anti-correlation between DMN and TPN, a religious indoctrination program in the form of a boot camp (or jail, or rehab, etc) like program is capable of rendering neurotypicals neurologically incapable of giving secrets to the enemy, by making a set of false materials be their religious scripture --- say alchemy materials ----- but separating their religious trigger from the scriptures and instead conditioning it to be the state of defecting to the enemy or being compromised by the enemy.

Even if attempting to defect with secrets to the enemy, such neurotypicals will inadvertently, and without even having self awareness of not doing what they originally set out to do, teach the enemy about their establishment of religion --- say alchemy --- thinking they are instead teaching them classified information --- such as secret chemistry.



Their lack of insight into not actually providing the correct intelligence is because the conditioned religious trigger (being compromised by the enemy) causes them to access the moral truth instead of the empirical truth, and the concomitant cognitive anosognosia causes them to not realize they are accessing a false truth.


There are self-administered, validated tools as well, such as the Beck Cognitive Insight Scale (BCIS),11 which is based on a separation of the concepts of “cognitive insight” and “clinical insight.” Clinical insight is described as the awareness of mental illness requiring treatment, while cognitive insight encompasses the patient’s ability to evaluate, reappraise, and modify distorted beliefs or misperceptions. These interpretations are regulated at a “higher level” of cognition, also called metacognition, allowing clinicians to assess self-regulating and self-monitoring functions of thought processes. The BCIS assesses a patient’s objectivity about delusional thinking, previous errors, reattribution of false explanations, and ability to receive corrective information from others. It includes self-reflectiveness and self-certainty subscales in order to measure willingness and capacity to entertain alternate explanations and over-confidence in validity of beliefs.


The results showed a correlation between insight as measured by the BCIS self-reflectiveness index and lower gray matter volume in the right ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (VLPFC). The VLPFC is involved in working memory and decision making. The findings suggest that a reduced VLPFC volume corresponds with a diminished capacity to entertain alternative explanations about one’s misperceptions leading to impairment in awareness of illness.


The ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (vlPFC) is a subdivision of the prefrontal cortex. Its involvement in modulating existing behavior and emotional output given contextual demands has been studied extensively using cognitive reappraisal studies and emotion-attention tasks. Cognitive reappraisal studies indicate the vlFPC’s role in reinterpreting stimuli, and reducing or augmenting responses. Studies using emotion-attention tasks demonstrate the vlFPC’s function in ignoring emotional distractions while the brain is engaged in performing other tasks.[6]


http://childhood- developmental- disorders. imedpub .com/systematic -review -of- mindfulness -induced- neuroplasticity- in- adults-potential- areas- of -interest -for- the- maturing- adolescent- brain. php ? aid = 8553

Prefrontal activation in the dlPFC and vlPFC was also associated with deactivation in the DMN, during experiential focus and without previous training [24]. The engagement of prefrontal areas seems concomitant to the disengagement of limbic and DMN systems.


IPC and VLPFC belong to the ventral attentional network that supports attentional filtering and reorienting towards the environment (Corbetta et al., 2008), and is anti-correlated with the preACC/DMN, involved in self- referential processes ( Fox and Raichle, 2007).

However, they are able to make use of their chemistry knowledge in assistance of their own team because nothing is triggering them into their DMN. However, upon compromise, or even upon attempting to defect, they will have exposure to their religious trigger and be involuntarily forced out of their brain network that was taught the classified information, into a brain network that was taught an establishment of religion that only superficially approximated it.


Which was the first iteration of the New Religion, which was named MKUltra, which has an artifact still in the persistent denial of Climate Science in the USA, which is because of it being seen as related to Socialist Advantage Over Capitalism (trigger) and related to physics (genre). Typically with religion the trigger is the genre, but I believe the primary contribution of Densen-Gerber was separating them for a New Religion developed by the CIA, which has subsequently turned into Operation Eternal Blowback, and which must be constrained immediately.



Robin McKie in The Guardian states that Oreskes and Conway deserve considerable praise for exposing the influence of a small group of Cold War ideologues

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the second adaptation of MKUltra was likely "the Seed," which was introduced as a derivative of Synanon (which I believe had primarily done earlier research and functioned as an initial front organization). It was introduced shortly after a moral panic designed to inhibit the use of drugs that could give insight into the neurological underpinnings of this secret isolation mechanism. The third adaptation of MKUltra was the Sex Cult. There is at least one other MKUltra religion, which is Scientology's Narconon, with Scientology possibly in general being heavily influenced by it. All of them are 20th century for profit establishments of religion that ultimately served the military function of maintaining the secrecy of an extraordinarily valuable and classified counter interrogation technique likely invented primarily by Densen-Gerber.
 
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thank you for this thread. i will finish it tomorrow and give a better comment. these are the kinds of threads needed in this forum.
 
They pretty much took the neurological mechanism that we can readily observe causing neurotypicals to blabber semi-incoherent pseudo-scientific and marginally scientific themed nonsense that is contrary to empirical observations,


In a subsequent study, Freund confirmed the normalcy of sexual arousal to adolescents. His subjects were 48 young Czech soldiers, all presumed to be ‘‘normal’’ and heterosexual in orientation. He showed the men pictures of children (ages 4–10 years old), adolescents (ages 12–16), and adults (ages 17–36). As expected, most of the heterosexual men were sexually aroused by photos of both adult and adolescent females. They were not aroused by pictures of males of any age, and were aroused at an intermediate level by pictures of children (Freund & Costell, 1970).


A new study of Bulgarian men has replicated a previous 2013 experiment on British men. In both studies, the same photographs of adolescent girls (Tanner stages 3-4) were shown to one group of men labelled as age 14-15, and a different set of men labelled as age 16-17. Subjects reported more sexual attraction when the photographs were labelled as 16-17. The researchers conclude:

[T]he consistent finding that the same photographs of younger females, but with different age labels, were assigned significantly different levels of attractiveness suggests that cognitive factors beyond biologically driven sexual attraction were involved in making these ratings. In all the three samples, apparently younger girls were rated as less attractive than older girls despite being the same photographs. We hypothesize that this difference reflects some self-censoring mechanism involved in making such judgments. This may involve a form of comparison between participants’ own sexual attraction to the individual girl and the likely social norms surrounding this judgment.

This finding has now been replicated across four samples, including one that is yet to be reported.

and separated the triggering stimulus that causes such behavior from the actual materials that are explicitly associated to the triggering stimulus.


"It suggests that religious individuals may cling to certain beliefs, especially those which seem at odds with analytic reasoning, because those beliefs resonate with their moral sentiments," said Jared Friedman, a PhD student in organizational behavior and co-author of the studies.

"Emotional resonance helps religious people to feel more certain -- the more moral correctness they see in something, the more it affirms their thinking," said Anthony Jack, associate professor of philosophy and co-author of the research. "In contrast, moral concerns make nonreligious people feel less certain."


"When there's a question of faith, from the analytic point of view, it may seem absurd," said Tony Jack, who led the research. "But, from what we understand about the brain, the leap of faith to belief in the supernatural amounts to pushing aside the critical/analytical way of thinking to help us achieve greater social and emotional insight."

Because the trigger is usually the same as the genre, you are used to seeing a trigger being directly pertinent to the associated genre. I mean, some people in India kill you for eating cows because cows are a key feature of their sacred text.


A Muslim man has died after he was attacked by hundreds of vigilantes while transporting cows in India, police said Wednesday, as tensions rose over the slaughter of an animal Hindus consider sacred.

No arrests have yet been made, but police said they had registered a murder case over 55-year-old Pehlu Khan's death in hospital on Monday, two days after a mob attacked his cattle truck on a highway in Alwar in the western state of Rajasthan.

At least six more people were injured when the truck was attacked by around 200 Hindu vigilantes, who police are still trying to identify.

But police also said they were preparing a case against the survivors of the attack, whom they suspect of trying to smuggle the cattle across state borders.

Cows are considered sacred in Hindu-majority India, where squads of vigilantes roam highways inspecting livestock trucks for any trace of the animal.

The counterintelligence technique is to separate the trigger from the genre: The trigger is the act of defection or being compromised by the enemy, and the genre is the material that the government doesn't mind if you provide to the enemy (or even that they want you to provide to the enemy). Essentially, the same thing that causes religious people to be taken aback by the bizarre beliefs of others,


Can a decapitated body lift itself up and gasp for breath? The Book of Mormon seems to say so. The story is found in the Book of Ether and recounts a sword fight between a Jaredite king named Coriantumr (Ether 12:1) and Shiz, the brother of Lib (Ether 14:17).

As the story goes, Lib was killed in a battle with Coriantumr’s army. As a result, Shiz followed Coriantumr in vengeful pursuit, burning cities and killing women and children along the way. Finally the two armies met near the seashore and gave battle for three days. After the third battle, Shiz wounded Coriantumr with “many deep wounds,” and he had to be “carried away as though he were dead.”

After recovering from his wounds, Coriantumr began to feel bad over the fact that “there had been slain two millions of mighty men, and also their wives and their children.” He attempted to make peace with Shiz, but Shiz agreed only if he would be allowed to kill Coriantumr with his own sword. Well, this only infuriated Coriantumr’s people, and so the fighting started all over again.

Eventually the armies meet. For several days men, women, and children fight relentlessly until only Coriantumr and Shiz remain. Ether 15:29 states that in the course of the battle, “Shiz had fainted with the loss of blood.” Taking advantage of the situation, Coriantumr took his sword and “smote off the head of Shiz.” But that isn’t the end. Verse 31 reports that “after he had smitten off the head of Shiz, that Shiz raised upon his hands and fell; and after that he had struggled for breath, he died.” The question is, how can a man without a head raise himself and also struggle for breath?

But to find their own bizarre beliefs not in the slightest odd,


Jonah was in the giant fish three days. God commanded the whale, and it vomited the reluctant prophet onto dry land. This time Jonah obeyed God. He walked through Nineveh proclaiming that in forty days the city would be destroyed. Surprisingly, the Ninevites believed Jonah's message and repented, wearing sackcloth and covering themselves in ashes.

Is a toggling mechanism of the neurotypical brain, whereby exposure to conditioned environmental stimuli (such as a cow) causes BOLD signal to --- in anti-correlation with the TPN --- increase in the DMN.


Finally, we have demonstrated that attention to engaging social stimuli not only activates the DMN but also deactivates the TPN. In a subsequent study[30] it was shown that this pattern of DMN activation and TPN deactivation was present for humanizing depictions of individuals, whereas dehumanizing depictions, which are associated with decreased moral concern, either involved decreased activity in the DMN or increased activity in the TPN. Taken together, these findings suggest that we are neurologically constrained from simultaneously exercising moral concern and analytic thinking.


"These findings," Friedman continued, "are consistent with the philosophical view, espoused by (Immanuel) Kant, according to which there are two distinct types of truth: empirical and moral."

From the point of view of counter human intelligence, there are two distinct types of truth as well. One is called "the classified truth the enemy mustn't learn" and the other is called "the false truth we hope the enemy learns in place of it." One of the most significant contributions of MKUltra was a --- typically boot camp like --- New Religious Movement program for teaching only one of the neurotypical anti-correlated brain networks classified information; thereafter, conditioning it to involuntarily deactivate in response to the conditioned religious triggers of defection or compromise, such that the opposite brain network --- which had been taught a superficially similar establishment of religion of no actual intelligence value --- activated instead, and in such a manner that the individual neurotypical hadn't even awareness that he had literally been neurologically isolated away from the classified information he had been taught, instead imagining his New Religious Movement to be the system of classified information.

However, the separation of trigger from genre was only done in that case. The second New Religion based on the same program kept the genre and trigger the same, and it was an anti-drug religion that aimed to make people the most hesitant to use those drugs that could result in them having phenomenological insight into the neurological mechanism underpinning this absolutely astoundingly sophisticated classified information isolation technique implemented in human neurons by the human intelligence agency CIA.
 
Posting in a based @boojies thread
 
Two days ago i stepped in cat shit.
Interdasting, but I fail to understand the main point of the presentation. It serms very rambling and incoherent...
 
i will read this before i die:feelsrope:
 
They pretty much took the neurological mechanism that we can readily observe causing neurotypicals to blabber semi-incoherent pseudo-scientific and marginally scientific themed nonsense that is contrary to empirical observations,







and separated the triggering stimulus that causes such behavior from the actual materials that are explicitly associated to the triggering stimulus.







Because the trigger is usually the same as the genre, you are used to seeing a trigger being directly pertinent to the associated genre. I mean, some people in India kill you for eating cows because cows are a key feature of their sacred text.




The counterintelligence technique is to separate the trigger from the genre: The trigger is the act of defection or being compromised by the enemy, and the genre is the material that the government doesn't mind if you provide to the enemy (or even that they want you to provide to the enemy). Essentially, the same thing that causes religious people to be taken aback by the bizarre beliefs of others,




But to find their own bizarre beliefs not in the slightest odd,




Is a toggling mechanism of the neurotypical brain, whereby exposure to conditioned environmental stimuli (such as a cow) causes BOLD signal to --- in anti-correlation with the TPN --- increase in the DMN.







From the point of view of counter human intelligence, there are two distinct types of truth as well. One is called "the classified truth the enemy mustn't learn" and the other is called "the false truth we hope the enemy learns in place of it." One of the most significant contributions of MKUltra was a --- typically boot camp like --- New Religious Movement program for teaching only one of the neurotypical anti-correlated brain networks classified information; thereafter, conditioning it to involuntarily deactivate in response to the conditioned religious triggers of defection or compromise, such that the opposite brain network --- which had been taught a superficially similar establishment of religion of no actual intelligence value --- activated instead, and in such a manner that the individual neurotypical hadn't even awareness that he had literally been neurologically isolated away from the classified information he had been taught, instead imagining his New Religious Movement to be the system of classified information.

However, the separation of trigger from genre was only done in that case. The second New Religion based on the same program kept the genre and trigger the same, and it was an anti-drug religion that aimed to make people the most hesitant to use those drugs that could result in them having phenomenological insight into the neurological mechanism underpinning this absolutely astoundingly sophisticated classified information isolation technique implemented in human neurons by the human intelligence agency CIA.
Oh! Now it makes sense! Nice...

Keep up the good work!
 
CIA also pushed shitty modern art.
 
It can be reversed with NMDAR PAM administration; ergo, it has no functionality; ergo, there is no need to maintain the secrecy of it; ergo, constitutional law can be restored immediately.

Failing NMDAR PAM administration, magnetically downregulate the pMFC/dACC (I would guess just dACC is enough) during active task.

By directing magnetic force towards the posterior medial frontal cortex of the brain, they were able to reduce belief in God and decrease intolerance towards immigrants.
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The lead author of the paper, Dr Colin Holbrook, from UCLA, expanded on this. He said: “These findings are very striking, and consistent with the idea that brain mechanisms that evolved for relatively basic threat-response functions are repurposed to also produce ideological reactions.


"Neuromodulation of Group Prejudice and Religious Belief"

The posterior medial frontal cortex (pMFC) is a plausible mediator of shifts in ideological commitment. The pMFC complex includes the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dACC) and the dorsomedial prefrontal area anterior to the supplementary motor cortex (dmPFC)

Neuroimaging would also be particularly valuable in clarifying the effect of the TMS manipulation used here on the subregions of the pMFC, as, at present, it is unclear whether the effects that we obtained are due to down8 regulation of the dmPFC, down8 regulation of the underlying dACC, or down8 regulation of both.


NMDA receptor modulators (glutamate modulators) are a new form of antipsychotic that are in Phase II FDA study. The first compound studied was glycine which was hypothesized by Daniel Javitt after observation that people with phencyclidine(PCP)-induced psychosis were lacking in glutamate transmission.[1] (PCP is an NMDA receptor antagonist that blocks glutamate) In giving glycine to people with PCP-induced psychosis a recovery rate was noted. From there, it was hypothesized that people with psychosis from schizophrenia would benefit from increased glutamate transmission and glycine was added with strong recovery rates noted especially in the area of negative and cognitive symptoms. Glycine, however, sporadic results aside (dose 60 g/day or 0.8 g/kg,[2][3] approximately the amount in 300 g of gelatin powder or two kilograms of sunflower seeds[4]) remains an adjunct antipsychotic and an unworkable compound. However, the Eli Lilly and Company study drug LY2140023 is being studied as a primary antipsychotic and is showing strong recovery rates, especially in the area of negative and cognitive symptoms of schizophrenia. Tardive dyskinesia, diabetes and other standard complications have not been noted:

Treatment with LY2140023, like treatment with olanzapine, was safe and well-tolerated; treated patients showed statistically significant improvements in both positive and negative symptoms of schizophrenia compared to placebo (P o 0.001 at week 4). Notably, patients treated with LY2140023 did not differ from placebo-treated patients with respect to prolactin elevation, extrapyramidal symptoms or weight gain. These data suggest that mGlu2/3 receptor agonists have antipsychotic properties and may provide a new alternative for the treatment of schizophrenia.[5]

Other NMDA receptor modulators are being studied and this modality of treatment may once approved as antipsychotic medications gradually replace the current (dopaminergic) antipsychotics.


Glycine is a required co-agonist along with glutamate for NMDA receptors. In contrast to the inhibitory role of glycine in the spinal cord, this behaviour is facilitated at the (NMDA) glutamatergic receptors which are excitatory.[26]
 
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Low iq linkdump. Would be nice if you could write a concise article instead.
 
Low iq linkdump. Would be nice if you could write a concise article instead.

Ever since the end of World War II, with the essential immediate advent of the Cold War, the United States intelligence community's number one priority, which was tasked to the newly formed CIA, was finding a method for protecting nuclear secrets from defection and espionage attempts. The name of the associated project was MKUltra, which already has some information regarding it known, but which I have recently discovered a huge amount of information regarding.

Most of the records regarding MKUltra were destroyed years prior to the congressional investigation of the program, and it was a highly classified CIA operation, so the exact details are hard to come by, but I believe the most interesting discovery likely came sometime around 1967, and that it was probably a contribution from Dr. Densen-Gerber. Most likely, this contribution was either the autism-psychosis spectrum, or otherwise was the first correct characterization of the middle character of it, which is a neurotypical.

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The key to comprehending this discovery is realizing that neurotypicals have two brain networks that are anti-correlated and with minimal connectivity between them. This is in contrast to more autistic or schizophrenic people, who, although they also oftentimes have two brain networks that have some degree of anti-correlation, consistently make use of one or the other (respectively), with minimal ability to toggle into the other network. This is equivalent to the distinction between religious dogmatists, irreligious dogmatists, and so-called "healthy people." I know you dislike link dumps, but the underlying mechanism is very important to know, so I need to provide some citations regarding it. If you like, you can ignore this and just realize that whereas the large majority of people have two distinct brain networks that they easily switch back and forth between based on environmental stimuli, autistic people and schizophrenic people consistently make use of one or the other of them and have difficulty or impossibility of toggling to the other (this is a simplified understanding, things are not really binary but rather analog as measured by BOLD signal, which means the degree of Blood Oxygenation in a part of the brain, as measured by the emergent Level Dependent signal).


The researchers say the results of the surveys lend further support to their earlier work showing people have two brain networks -- one for empathy and one for analytic thinking -- that are in tension with each other. In healthy people, their thought process cycles between the two, choosing the appropriate network for different issues they consider.

But in the religious dogmatist's mind, the empathetic network appears to dominate while in the nonreligious dogmatist's mind, the analytic network appears to rule.


"When there's a question of faith, from the analytic point of view, it may seem absurd," said Tony Jack, who led the research. "But, from what we understand about the brain, the leap of faith to belief in the supernatural amounts to pushing aside the critical/analytical way of thinking to help us achieve greater social and emotional insight."


Finally, we have demonstrated that attention to engaging social stimuli not only activates the DMN but also deactivates the TPN. In a subsequent study[30] it was shown that this pattern of DMN activation and TPN deactivation was present for humanizing depictions of individuals, whereas dehumanizing depictions, which are associated with decreased moral concern, either involved decreased activity in the DMN or increased activity in the TPN. Taken together, these findings suggest that we are neurologically constrained from simultaneously exercising moral concern and analytic thinking.


"These findings," Friedman continued, "are consistent with the philosophical view, espoused by (Immanuel) Kant, according to which there are two distinct types of truth: empirical and moral."


Neural correlates of maintaining one’s political beliefs in the face of counterevidence
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Challenges to political beliefs produced increased activity in the default mode network—a set of interconnected structures associated with self-representation and disengagement from the external world.

Essentially, I believe Dr. Densen-Gerber is likely deserving of the credit for this, but this mechanism can be turned into a highly valuable counter human intelligence feature.


NATO defines HUMINT as "a category of intelligence derived from information collected and provided by human sources."[1] Typical HUMINT activities consist of interrogations and conversations with persons having access to information.

The CIA is the HUMINT agency of the USA, which is why it was tasked with this research. It's a type of security by isolation, as I am familiar with from computer security, having never imagined such a fantastic thing could exist in a neuropsychiatric paradigm pertinent to HUMINT until I recently linked --- after numerous years and ungodly hours of research --- the CIA to both the Sex Cult and Drug War, upon which I learned it was MKUltra pertinent, immediately after which I realized I had independently reverse engineered much of MKUltra in my attempt to find the origin of the Sex Cult and Drug War as we know them today.

Essentially, security by isolation means that you have a policy enforcement mechanism that grants access to resources to actors. The most obvious example is the isolation this web forum package provides by having a policy that restricts you from reading my private messages without knowing my password. So, isolation has all kinds of manifestations, but that is a really obvious example of the concept. In medicine, you can say that a quarantine is a type of security by isolation: You keep the contagion isolated to prevent it from coming into contact with others and thereby spreading.

What the CIA did in this case is implemented isolation using the neurotypical brain --- rather than a PHP application or medical quarantine room. There is another concept from security known as a trapdoor which is also pertinent to this discussion.


A trapdoor function is a function that is easy to compute in one direction, yet difficult to compute in the opposite direction (finding its inverse) without special information, called the "trapdoor".

In this case, the trapdoor is having the neurotypical brain easily switch BOLD signal to the DMN in response to an environmental stimulus, which then is difficult to reverse such that they go back into their TPNs (without removing the stimulus that triggered them into their DMNs, which could be hard to do).

So, one of the things the CIA ultimately did was create a conditioning program that allowed for people who went through their program to have classified information stored in one of their brain networks, with superficially similar but worthless information stored in the other of their brain networks, such that exposure to an environmental stimulus would cause them to seamlessly switch BOLD signal from the brain network that had the classified information in it to the one that had the nonsensical bullshit stored in it, such that it would be difficult for the enemy to reverse this even if they tried to. Essentially, the enemy would need to successfully treat schizophrenia using the modern generation of just now being released NMDAR PAMs, or to down-regulate the dACC after coaxing the TPN to activate regarding a matter not related to the trigger. I mean, the problem of gaining access to the information encoded in the TPN would be equivalent to successfully treating schizophrenia or ending someone's belief in their religion, both of which are only recently solved problems in the public science literature.

The concise story is essentially that the CIA probably around 1967 successfully created a New Religious Movement program that functioned as a "skinnable engine." It didn't need to have any particular theme to it, but rather it was a process that could make use of numerous genres. Sort of how many games are made with the same engine. The first thing they did with it was modify it to allow separating the trigger (for example, cattle are religious triggers for devout Hindus, Muhammad a trigger for devout Muslims, and Jesus is a trigger for devout Christians) that caused BOLD signal to increase in the DMN (and therefore decrease in the TPN, as they are anti-correlated) from the genre of material itself. Most religions will only trigger people to switch into their DMNs when topics directly associated with the genre are relevant. Evolution causes many religious people to deactivate their TPNs and to activate their DMNs because of it being directly pertinent to the Bible in that it seems contrary to a literal interpretation of Genesis for example. The TPN is the brain network that thinks about things like evolution, whereas the DMN is the brain network that thinks about things like Creationism. Creationism is a very complex system mind you, which tons of books could be written discussing.

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Of Pandas and People: The Central Question of Biological Origins is a controversial 1989 (2nd edition 1993) school-level textbook written by Percival Davis and Dean H. Kenyon, edited by Charles Thaxton and published by the Texas-based Foundation for Thought and Ethics (FTE). The textbook endorses the pseudoscientific[1][2][3][4] concept of intelligent design—namely that life shows evidence of being designed by an intelligent agent which is not named specifically in the book, although proponents understand that it refers to the Christian God.[5] The overview chapter was written by young Earth creationist Nancy Pearcey. They present various polemical arguments against the scientific theory of evolution. Before publication, early drafts used cognates of "creationist", after the Edwards v. Aguillard Supreme Court ruling that creationism is religion and not science, these were changed to refer to "intelligent design". The second edition published in 1993 included a contribution written by Michael Behe.[6]

The reason why the CIA created this New Religion Engine is because they wanted to be able to isolate classified information in the neurotypical brain network that thinks about things like Evolution, and to put a separate pseudoscientific system that was superficially related in their brain network that thinks about things like Creationism, and then to make the religious trigger that causes BOLD signal to switch from the TPN to the DMN to be the act of defecting, or the act of being compromised by the enemy, or approached by the enemy in espionage attempt, or even being decommissioned from the military perhaps (neurologically encoded debriefing).

That way, even if a neurotypical wanted to assist the enemy after being captured, or even if they defected with the intent of assisting the enemy, they would inadvertently teach the enemy about the New Religious Movement the CIA constructed. They would also have a lack of insight into this taking place, because the DMN lacks cognitive insight, which is to say it is cognitively anosognosic, which means that it supports incoherently blabbering pseudoscientific nonsense without having insight into the fact that you are doing so, even though your TPN, if you could manage to activate it, would quickly recognize this as so. Thought error correction happens in the TPN; the DMN doesn't have insight into the thought it has but only can get this insight from piping outputs to the TPN, but this ability to pipe outputs from the DMN to the TPN is deactivated regarding matters such as religious beliefs.

The first version of their New Religious Engine can be called MKUltra. The second New Religion that skinned the MKUltra template was a new anti-drug religion that was kicked off with an anti-LSD moral panic in the late 1960s and lasted into the early 1970s. The reason why they made this new anti-drug religion was to discourage use of those drugs that would be the most likely to cause neurotypicals to gain insight into the neurological underpinnings of their counter HUMINT classified information isolation system implemented in human neurons. The third New Religion to skin this template was the Sex Cult, which was initiated with what led up to the Daycare Sex Abuse Panic in the late 1970s, which became the most feverish in the 1980s, and collapsed in the early 1990s for a period before re-emerging in new form with the old materials being roughly equivalent to an old testament.

The Sex Cult was initiated by (two others and) Dr. Densen-Gerber, who was operating a Synanon derivative prior to (and still after) branching off into the Sex Cult. Dr. Densen-Gerber is a suspected CIA asset, and Synanon is known as associated with the CIA MKUltra program; however, I believe Dr. Densen-Gerber's contributions were first put into play at a derivative of Synanon called "the Seed," with earlier programs such as Synanon being just CIA fronts and areas of behavior modification research. Scientology was almost certainly heavily influenced by the MKUltra template, and the associated drug religion Narconon is almost certainly another adaptation of this core New Religion Engine the CIA invented. I'm not sure if the CIA intended for Scientology to use an adaptation of their New Religion Engine MKUltra in this manner, but they certainly supported its use for the new Drug Religions derived from Synanon, as you can see them funding it and being involved with it. I'm not sure if they supported the Sex Cult, but I assume they probably did. I'm not sure what benefit they thought would be had from the Sex Cult, but it is clear they were concerned of this neurological underpinning being discovered as the reason for why they made the new Drug Religion, as the drugs they most tried to spread disinformation and fear regarding are those that are most likely to give neurotypicals insight into this dual brain network essence that characterizes them.

You can still see artifacts of this program in the USA in the form of the Climate Change Denial Movement, which is almost certainly either a relic of the original MKUltra religion, which was designed for the trigger to be "socialism advantage over capitalism" and for the themed fiction materials to be --- most likely --- something approximating the Drug War propaganda pamphlets, but in relation to physics and military secrets.

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I'm not sure exactly how it happened. Perhaps people familiar with the MKUltra program decided to try to exploit the ingrained conditioning they knew existed in Cold War veterans with certain backgrounds, to essentially fabricate a new such false reality not regarding nuclear secrets but regarding climate change, and then banking on being able to cause the same programmed triggering mechanism to manifest as was intended to for protecting U.S. nuclear secrets. Maybe this naturally happened because of the triggering mechanism, without anyone actually setting out to do it. But the reason why a core group of Cold War trained physicists and the like is one of the most radical driving movements of climate change denial,


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Robin McKie in The Guardian states that Oreskes and Conway deserve considerable praise for exposing the influence of a small group of Cold War ideologues

is because of the MKUltra program developed to protect U.S. nuclear secrets during the cold war. I mean, anyone familiar with the Sex Cult or Drug War know the way those exposed to this program are. They have a themed collection of stereotyped fucking nonsense that they recite,


“merely having possession and viewing images such as this does victimize and hurt the individual portrayed in the image.” This is some mystical religious thinking. Like in Voodoo. And note, this was said by a respectable lawyer to appease a judge. And this logic is used over and over, for example by Australian Government web sites.


"... every time somebody looks at that image it's like the crime is taking place all over again…"


"we hear that in court that they feel like they are victimized every single time someone downloads their videos or looks at their videos they feel like they are being raped all over again,” said Canonico


The children might feel like being raped time and again when someone watches it.

Regarding a scientifically refuted fantasy world,


Therefore, as these graphic sexual images populate and spread, we can unfortunately predict there will be more child sexual abuse.



The United Kingdom children's charity NCH has stated that demand for child pornography on the Internet has led to an increase in sex abuse cases, due to an increase in the number of children abused in the production process.[38]

Note that this wikipedia article incorrectly cites the following article by its click bait headline as opposed to by its content which is contrary to its own headline:


Demand for child pornography on the internet has led to an increase in sex abuse cases, it was claimed today.

Children's charity NCH - formerly National Children's Homes - said there was evidence that the 1,500% rise in child pornography cases since 1988 would be reflected in more children being abused to produce the pictures.


"The scale of the problem has changed beyond recognition in just over a decade," said NCH's internet consultant John Carr.

"The increased demand has made child pornography into big business and the consequences for children in all parts of the world are horrifying."

As you can see they go from saying there was an increase in sex abuse cases caused by the viewing of CP to saying that there was evidence indicating there WOULD BE an increase in sex abuse correlating with the viewing of CP. In reality scientific statistical analyses have determined that there is an inverse correlation between the viewing of CP and the child sexual abuse rate, which supports the substitution hypothesis:

VERSUS


Could making child pornography legal lead to lower rates of child sex abuse? It could well do, according to a new study by Milton Diamond, from the University of Hawaii, and colleagues.

Results from the Czech Republic showed, as seen everywhere else studied (Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sweden, USA), that rape and other sex crimes have not increased following the legalization and wide availability of pornography. And most significantly, the incidence of child sex abuse has fallen considerably since 1989, when child pornography became readily accessible – a phenomenon also seen in Denmark and Japan. Their findings are published online today in Springer’s journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.

The findings support the theory that potential sexual offenders use child pornography as a substitute for sex crimes against children


One concern is that the accessibility of online CP has caused increases in child sexual abuse. Some research suggests that CP may trigger sexual abuse by activating and validating sexual urges in CP viewers that were previously suppressed or con- trolled (Beech et al., 2008; Quayle & Taylor, 2003; Wilson & Jones, 2008). There is no evidence of increasing abuse in the United States, however. In fact, rates of child sexual abuse have declined substantially since the mid-1990s, a time period that corresponds to the spread of CP online. Statistics from U.S. child protective service agencies show that from 1992 to 2007, child sexual abuse declined 53% (Jones & Finkelhor, 2009), including interfamilial abuse (Finkelhor & Jones, 2006). Evidence of this decline also comes from victim self-report surveys and U.S. criminal justice system data (Finkelhor & Jones, 2008; Finkelhor, Turner, Ormrod, & Hamby, 2010), as well as the child pro-tective services data collection system. The fact that this trend is revealed in multiple sources tends to undermine arguments that it is because of reduced reporting or changes in investigatory or statistical procedures.


Congressional estimates put the online child pornography business at $20 billion a year and growing. Online or offline, child pornography is illegal in the United States and most other countries.

VERSUS


Some law-enforcement officials contend that disrupting the companies making a profit off child pornography may only be the tip of the iceberg. Matt Dunn, of the Cyber Crimes Center at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau, said that non-commercial child pornography -- images shared without money changing hands -- is more of a concern than the for-profit industry.

Swapping child porn over file-sharing networks is ongoing -- and it's usually non-commercial, Dunn said. "It's happening every second of every day," he said.

Dunn also questions the estimate that commercial child porn is a $20 billion a year industry -- a figure cited in a 2006 congressional hearing -- and instead thinks it's substantially lower, perhaps in the tens of millions of dollars.


Jenkins (2001) claims that it was during the initial crusade against child pornography in the 1970s that moral crusaders competed to assert the most incendiary claims about child pornography, including that it was a well-organized, multi-billion dollar industry and that the number of children exploited was in the millions. Jenkins (2001) notes that while most of these claims were discredited, fear persisted.

that has never been real, but which they seemingly are incapable of ending their belief in regardless. I mean, it's hardly any different from the people who you honestly probably couldn't even torture into saying they think 15 year old girls are hot, even though all science indicates that they --- at least in all probability --- actually do.


In a subsequent study, Freund confirmed the normalcy of sexual arousal to adolescents. His subjects were 48 young Czech soldiers, all presumed to be ‘‘normal’’ and heterosexual in orientation. He showed the men pictures of children (ages 4–10 years old), adolescents (ages 12–16), and adults (ages 17–36). As expected, most of the heterosexual men were sexually aroused by photos of both adult and adolescent females. They were not aroused by pictures of males of any age, and were aroused at an intermediate level by pictures of children (Freund & Costell, 1970).


A new study of Bulgarian men has replicated a previous 2013 experiment on British men. In both studies, the same photographs of adolescent girls (Tanner stages 3-4) were shown to one group of men labelled as age 14-15, and a different set of men labelled as age 16-17. Subjects reported more sexual attraction when the photographs were labelled as 16-17. The researchers conclude:

[T]he consistent finding that the same photographs of younger females, but with different age labels, were assigned significantly different levels of attractiveness suggests that cognitive factors beyond biologically driven sexual attraction were involved in making these ratings. In all the three samples, apparently younger girls were rated as less attractive than older girls despite being the same photographs. We hypothesize that this difference reflects some self-censoring mechanism involved in making such judgments. This may involve a form of comparison between participants’ own sexual attraction to the individual girl and the likely social norms surrounding this judgment.

This finding has now been replicated across four samples, including one that is yet to be reported.


Conventional

The conventional level of moral reasoning is typical of adolescents and adults. To reason in a conventional way is to judge the morality of actions by comparing them to society's views and expectations.
The conventional level consists of the third and fourth stages of moral development. Conventional morality is characterized by an acceptance of society's conventions concerning right and wrong. At this level an individual obeys rules and follows society's norms even when there are no consequences for obedience or disobedience. Adherence to rules and conventions is somewhat rigid, however, and a rule's appropriateness or fairness is seldom questioned.[7][8][9]


We suggest that this structural feature of the brain underlies the long noted anecdotal tension between materialistic and spiritual worldviews. This linkage is supported by three observations. First, brain areas implicated in analytic thinking (TPN) support cognitive process essential for maintaining a naturalistic world view (e.g. thinking about objects, mechanisms and causes; [29, 49, 71, 73–77]), whereas the brain areas implicated in moral concern (DMN) are associated with thinking about phenomena which have traditionally been thought of as non-physical, namely minds and emotions [78–83]. Second, brain areas associated with materialism (TPN) tend to be suppressed when brain areas associated with moral concern (DMN) are activated [29, 71, 72]. This might explain the tendency to link mind with spirit, i.e. the view that minds and emotions are associated with the extra- or super- natural. Third, brain areas associated with analytic thinking are associated with religious disbelief [73, 74, 84], and brain areas associated with moral concern are associated with religious belief [73] and prayer [84, 85].

Literally, if you deactivate the toggling hub that switches from the TPN to the DMN,


By directing magnetic force towards the posterior medial frontal cortex of the brain, they were able to reduce belief in God and decrease intolerance towards immigrants.
...
The lead author of the paper, Dr Colin Holbrook, from UCLA, expanded on this. He said: “These findings are very striking, and consistent with the idea that brain mechanisms that evolved for relatively basic threat-response functions are repurposed to also produce ideological reactions.

"Neuromodulation of Group Prejudice and Religious Belief"

The posterior medial frontal cortex (pMFC) is a plausible mediator of shifts in ideological commitment. The pMFC complex includes the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dACC) and the dorsomedial prefrontal area anterior to the supplementary motor cortex (dmPFC)

Neuroimaging would also be particularly valuable in clarifying the effect of the TMS manipulation used here on the subregions of the pMFC, as, at present, it is unclear whether the effects that we obtained are due to down8 regulation of the dmPFC, down8 regulation of the underlying dACC, or down8 regulation of both.

Note this role played by the dACC:


Our findings comport with previous studies that suggested the dACC plays a critical role in switching between the activation and deactivation of executive control network and the default mode network

You can cause someone who is otherwise religious to deny believing in god. It's because the neurotypical brain believes in god in the DMN, not in the TPN. The TPN believes in evolution, whereas the DMN believes in creationism. Whether a neurotypical presents as believing in evolution or creationism depends on whether he is with preponderant BOLD signal in his DMN or his TPN. If you deactivate the toggling hub while he is in his TPN, he will believe in evolution, even though had you not done this he would believe in creationism because of toggling into his DMN in response to the religious trigger.

Upon being in his DMN, the neurotypical will even vehemently defend the veracity of creationism, and will imagine evolution to be nonsense. The DMN can't really think about real complex topics very well, but it can about simplified pseudo-topics like intelligent design as expressed as a stereotyped collection of utterances to recite and the like.

So, the reason why these Sex Cultists behave in the way they do, which is equivalent to how the Drug Jihadists do, which is equivalent to how the Climate Deniers do, is because they believe in a New Religious Movement that was fabricated by Dr. Densen-Gerber.


A 1979 profile in New York magazine quoted Mayor Edward I. Koch as saying that she was ''one of those seminal forces, original, a go-getter.'' He said there were ''few people who can claim as many accomplishments.''

Dr. Densen-Gerber's success at getting government help became her downfall when the state investigated her use of public funds in the early 1980's and found irregularities. She resigned as executive director of Odyssey House in 1983, but remained active in affiliated programs.

Her influence extended to areas like child pornography. In 1977, her testimony that there were 264 monthly publications devoted to the subject helped persuade the House of Representatives to unanimously pass a bill to regulate it.

IPT, the publication of the Institute for Psychological Therapy, reported in 1992 that later government investigations proved her estimates to be exaggerated by ''several orders of magnitude.''

Dr. Densen-Gerber also commented on many other hot issues from a psychiatric point of view.

In 1991, she went to Omaha to testify in court that her interview with a man convinced her he had witnessed four satanic ritual killings. She characterized herself as an expert at deprogramming survivors of satanic cults.

A suspected CIA asset associated with the MKUltra program,


This is unprecedented, probably in the history of the United States," commented Dr. Judianne Densen-Gerber, a lawyer, psychiatrist and nationally prominent specialist on child abuse. ( Denson-Gerber is an MD who is thought to be a CIA asset Her husband was on the Warren Commission.) During her visit to Nebraska in December 1990 she said: 'If the children are not telling the truth, particularly if they have been abused, they need help, medical attention. You don't throw them in jail!'

who was already operating a Synanon clinic at the time,


Ramirez set up the synanon-based Phoenix House which hired former Synanite Ted Dibble to manage one of its centers. Phoenix House is one of the biggest TCs today. Psychiatrist Dr. Judianne Densen-Gerber visited Dr. Ramirez in Puerto Rico and setup her own synanon-based TC in New York City called Odyssey House. Many entrepreneurs, previously excluded from the lucrative drug rehabilitation trade because of lack of a medical degree, have opened their own second, third, and fourth generation synanon-type therapeutic communities.


Naturally the technique employed in Odyssey's treatment is spelled out in exquisite bits. In essence it is a medical doctor's extension of the original Synanon method. Synanon eschewed 'the use of any medical doctors and just had their boarders kick "cold turkey" spurred on by the jeers and encouragements of ex-addicts who had gone through the same gauntlet. Odyssey is more sophisticated and noticeably better organized and run. It insists on complete and exacting urine checks on all members to make certain no drugs are being used. It has exacting in-take procedures and highly structured promotion levels and rewards. It has penetrating and demanding deep "probe" sessions that do emulate the early marathon Synanon ways, but here Utilize psychiatric methodology as opposed to street wisdom.

which was the second skin that was provided to the MKUltra New Religious Engine,


Over the years, the Narcotic Farm experimented with other treatment models, including Synanon. For more on that, see Points: the Blog of the Alcohol and Drugs History Society, Lessons from the Narcotic Farm, Part Five: Matrix House

ARC is also known for its involvement with the MK-ULTRA program (the CIA’s infamous mind-control drug experiments) during which the ARC director received CIA money for LSD research. It was after this scandal that ARC’s fate was sealed. On December 31, 1976, the last subject was transferred out of the lab.

which was skinned in such a way to discourage the use of certain drugs in order to impede the discovery of the neurological mechanism underlying the technique that the first MKUltra religion was invented for, which was done to protect military secrets --- probably particularly related to nuclear --- in the face of espionage and defection attempts, which consisted of indoctrinating military personnel and the like into a New Religion at boot camp, which would lie dormant in their DMNs until the environmental stimulus of socialist domination or the like caused BOLD signal to invert from the TPN to DMN, essentially causing the best neurotypical military chemists to sincerely convert to believing in alchemy, and to even lose access to their chemistry knowledge, upon being captured by the enemy or attempting to defect to the enemy.
 
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MKUltra was a CIA covert operation during the Cold War that was tasked with studying matters of mind control and brainwashing. It is already a known operation; however, I've recently entirely uncovered a huge segment of it, I believe for the first time ever regarding civilian efforts. I will save the comprehensive explanation about how the Drug War and Sex Cult are establishments of religion, and just cut to the meat of the conclusion regarding this matter, which I believe is pretty much wrapped up at this point.




Although this program undoubtedly produced numerous outputs, at least three are of particular importance. The first is a technique for spreading belief in a fantasy world rapidly throughout a population, which is much as follows:



You can see this process taking place in U.S. history around the time of the Satanic Daycare Sex Abuse Panic.




This was masterminded by CIA asset Judianne Densen-Gerber,









who was adapting it from the program Synanon,

(journal source)




(lower quality sources, likely accurate)




that was part of the CIA MKUltra project that Densen-Gerber almost certainly made many key contributions to.










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Synanon itself was likely for preliminary research and an initial front organization, with the (of utmost importance, I believe) Densen-Gerber contributions most likely occurring sometime around 1967, when Synanon splintered into Phoenix house. The LSD moral panic that look place at this time was masterminded by the CIA to discourage the discovery of the same underlying mechanism, which was certainly classified as Top Secret.




The reason for this was to prevent DMN disintegration in the neurotypical population, to slow the rate of insight into the existence of an autism-psychosis spectrum.

















The reason for this was to prevent DMN disintegration in the neurotypical population, to slow the rate of insight into the existence of an autism-psychosis spectrum.

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The reason for this was to hide the existence of the most sophisticated counter human intelligence technique ever invented.







By exploiting the neurotypical brain's anti-correlation between DMN and TPN, a religious indoctrination program in the form of a boot camp (or jail, or rehab, etc) like program is capable of rendering neurotypicals neurologically incapable of giving secrets to the enemy, by making a set of false materials be their religious scripture --- say alchemy materials ----- but separating their religious trigger from the scriptures and instead conditioning it to be the state of defecting to the enemy or being compromised by the enemy.

Even if attempting to defect with secrets to the enemy, such neurotypicals will inadvertently, and without even having self awareness of not doing what they originally set out to do, teach the enemy about their establishment of religion --- say alchemy --- thinking they are instead teaching them classified information --- such as secret chemistry.



Their lack of insight into not actually providing the correct intelligence is because the conditioned religious trigger (being compromised by the enemy) causes them to access the moral truth instead of the empirical truth, and the concomitant cognitive anosognosia causes them to not realize they are accessing a false truth.



However, they are able to make use of their chemistry knowledge in assistance of their own team because nothing is triggering them into their DMN. However, upon compromise, or even upon attempting to defect, they will have exposure to their religious trigger and be involuntarily forced out of their brain network that was taught the classified information, into a brain network that was taught an establishment of religion that only superficially approximated it.


Which was the first iteration of the New Religion, which was named MKUltra, which has an artifact still in the persistent denial of Climate Science in the USA, which is because of it being seen as related to Socialist Advantage Over Capitalism (trigger) and related to physics (genre). Typically with religion the trigger is the genre, but I believe the primary contribution of Densen-Gerber was separating them for a New Religion developed by the CIA, which has subsequently turned into Operation Eternal Blowback, and which must be constrained immediately.





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the second adaptation of MKUltra was likely "the Seed," which was introduced as a derivative of Synanon (which I believe had primarily done earlier research and functioned as an initial front organization). It was introduced shortly after a moral panic designed to inhibit the use of drugs that could give insight into the neurological underpinnings of this secret isolation mechanism. The third adaptation of MKUltra was the Sex Cult. There is at least one other MKUltra religion, which is Scientology's Narconon, with Scientology possibly in general being heavily influenced by it. All of them are 20th century for profit establishments of religion that ultimately served the military function of maintaining the secrecy of an extraordinarily valuable and classified counter interrogation technique likely invented primarily by Densen-Gerber.

There is some truth mixed with some bad conjecture here but first, have you read the book by Tom O'Neil called "Chaos: The Truth Behind the Manson Murders" ? You should read some of what he points out about MKUltra program and Manson cult.
 
 

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