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"No matter how paranoid you are, what they're actually doing

is worse than you can possibly imagine."


The capacity of the U.S. intelligence services to modify human perception and

behaviour through chemical means is enormous, given their vast resources and

intimate connections with drug trafficking (see DEALING IN DEATH: The CIA and

the Drugs Trade). In fact it was the CIA who introduced LSD to the U.S.

population in the late 1950s, while testing its potential as a "truth serum" in



However, there are many other disquieting methods of thought control currently

being explored by covert security agencies in the West.


Despite protestations by the CIA to the contrary, clandestine research into all

areas of mind control and manipulation is one of their largest fields of

development, and involves not only the CIA but various sinister organisations

and research laboratories working on behalf of the intelligence services.


Much of what follows uses information that has only recently been declassified

under Freedom of Information Act appeals filed three years previously....



The work of various groups and individuals employed by the CIA to research mind

control through the use of drugs, mirrors the notorious experiments by Nazi

doctors at Dachau, who used mescaline as a means of eliminating their victims'

will to resist interrogation. After World War II, a number of Nazi chemical

warfare specialists went to work for the American secret services. These

scientists included Karl Tauboeck, whose attempts to find a reliable "truth

serum" for the CIA involved ruthless human experimentation. Karl Rarh and Hans

Turit also continued their wartime experimentation with the nerve gases Tabun

and Sarin (which are closely related to the Zyklon B gas used in the Nazi

concentration camps) and other chemicals for the CIA.


In the early 1950s, the CIA embarked on a series of mind-control and drug

experiments on unwitting American and Canadian victims. Project BLUEBIRD was

established in 1950 to research mind control for the CIA. The Agency contacted

academics and other experts who specialised in behaviour modification. Liaison

was established with the research sections of police departments and criminology

laboratories. Medical practitioners, professional hypnotists arid psychiatrists

were brought In as paid consultants, and various branches of the military

provided assistance. Often, these arrangements involved a cover to conceal the

Agency's interest in the subject.


A memo, dated July 13th 1951, described BLUEBIRD's efforts as "broad and

comprehensive, involving both domestic and overseas activities, and taking into

consideration the programmes and objectives of other departments, principally

the military services." BLUEBIRD's activities were "designed to create an

exploitable alteration of personality in selected individuals". Specific targets

included "potential agents, defectors, refugees, POWs" and a vague category of

"others." The programme was re-christened ARTICHOKE in 1951.


When the CIA had difficulties finding the ideal truth drug, agents were sent out

around the world to gather samples of rare herbs and botanicals. One cocaine

derivative, procaine, was injected into the frontal lobes of the brain via

trephine holes drilled through the skulls of mental patients. However, repeated

failure of cocaine and its derivatives led the Agency to look into heroin as a

possible mind control drug. According to a CIA document dated April 26th 1952,

heroin was "frequently used by police and intelligence officers on a routine

basis in interrogation." CIA operatives determined that heroin and other

habit-forming substances "can be useful in reverse because of the stress

produced when they are withdrawn from those who are addicted to their use."


The name of the programme was changed again in 1953 to MKULTRA, which primarily

focused on the covert study of the hallucinogenic drug lysergic acid

diethylamide (LSD) for military or intelligence purposes as either a weapon or a

tool for brainwashing.


The CIA funded many individuals in the private sector on LSD research. Dr Max

Rinkel, Dr Paul Hoch, Dr Joylon West, Dr Harris Isbell and Dr Carl Pfeiffer

worked as contract employees for the Agency in this sphere. Like the Nazi

doctors at Dachau, the CIA victimised groups of people who were unable to

resist: prisoners, mental patients, foreigners, the terminally ill and ethnic



One project took place at the Addiction Research Centre of the U.S. Public

Health Service Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. This was ostensibly a place

where heroin addicts could go to kick their habits, but unknown to the patients,

it was in fact one of fifteen penal and mental institutions used by the CIA in

its drug development programme. To conceal its role, the Agency enlisted the aid

of the Navy and the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) which served as

conduits for channelling CIA money to Dr Harris Isbell, a research scientist who

remained on the Agency's payroll for over a decade. When the CIA came across a

new drug (usually supplied by U.S. pharmaceutical firms) that needed testing,

they sent it to Isbell at Lexington, where an ample supply of captive human

guinea pigs was available. Over 800 compounds were tested by Isbell, including

LSD and a variety of hallucinogens.


At the Georgetown University Hospital, Professor Charles Geschickter lent his

name to a CIA research front foundation, the Geschickter Fund for Medical

Research, and tested mind-control drugs on psychiatric and terminally ill cancer

patients. LSD research for MKULTRA was also conducted at 44 colleges and

universities in the United States in the mid-1950s.


Students from Harvard and other Boston area universities were among those who

were given doses of LSD through the MKULTRA programme at the Boston Psychopathic

Hospital, now the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. Another CIA-front

organisation used for MKULTRA was the Human Ecology Fund at Madison.



"We have no answer to the moral issue."

- CIA director RICHARD HELMS, on the Agency's MKULTRA programme

of illegal experimentation with mind-controlling drugs on unwitting victims.

Helms ordered the destruction of MKULTRA records

to prevent disclosure by investigating committees.

On November 28th 1953, Frank Olson, one of the nation's top biological warfare

experts, died after falling from the 13th floor of a Manhattan hotel, while CIA

doctor Robert Lashbrook was "asleep" in the room. Olson was a victim of MKULTRA,

murdered by the CIA because he was a security risk. Olson had told his wife that

he had made a "terrible mistake" and wanted to quit his job. Congressional

hearings in 1975 revealed that nine days before his death, a CIA scientist had

given Olson an after-dinner drink of Cointreau that was laced with LSD. The

normally cheerful researcher then sank into a deep paranoid depression and he

was checked into the Statler Hilton under the supervision of Lashbrook.


On the night of Olson's death, Lashbrook called neither an ambulance nor police.

Instead he dialled a number on Long Island. According to the testimony of the

night manager Armand Pastore, who listened in on the conversation, Lashbrook

said, "Well, he's gone." The other man replied, "That's too bad," and both hung


In July 1994, Professor of Law and Forensic Science James Starrs examined

Olson's body and found evidence that he described as "sinister." There were "so

many fractures in the skull that it is not possible that he received this type

of injury simply from falling out of a window.... it would not be possible

unless he was on a trampoline." Starrs also found no evidence of glass cuts from

smashing though the window which were reported in the original autopsy.


Frank Olson had worked closely with the U.S. Army's Chemical Corps' Special

Operations Division (SOD) at Fort Detrick in Maryland and the surviving records

show that U.S. Army Intelligence continued to carry out LSD tests on

unsuspecting victims after his death. Tests were run simulating diplomatic

cocktail parties where 30 to 35 volunteers were served drinks containing LSD.

Trained interrogators then tried to extract classified information about the

volunteers' special duties. During the course of the "parties" the

interrogators, without the knowledge of their subjects, administered additional

doses of LSD. None of the volunteers gave their informed consent prior to

receiving the drug and there was a deliberate attempt to deny them any

information that would have permitted them to evaluate the dangers involved.

According to the testimony of one of the volunteers, Charles Shirley Jr, in

August 1975, the brief given to them was that if they declined to participate in

the tests it would put them in immediate disfavour with their superiors.


After the first phase of experiments in November 1958, a letter from the Chief

of Clinical Division at Edgewood Arsenal Research Laboratories (EARL) in

Maryland to Commanding General Army Intelligence Centre stated that all the

initial work was completed with rewarding results and recommended that "actual

application of the material [LSD] be utilised in real situations." It is hard to

believe that such a recommendation could be given on a drug with such

unpredictable and potentially dangerous results after tests on only 35



On April 9th 1959, the Chemical Warfare Laboratory and the Intelligence Centre

proposed the use of LSD overseas on "non-volunteer foreign nationals" to test

its use as an aid to interrogation. This continuation of the research in foreign

countries was specifically in order to do things that were forbidden by U.S.

law. The U.S. Surgeon General concurred in the plan and offered "no medical

objections." Thus began Operation Third Chance in Europe, the surreptitious

administration of LSD to the drinks of unwitting subjects in social

environments. This operation paved the way for similar experiments in the U.S.

Army Pacific and elsewhere. A favourite plan of the CIA involved slipping P-1

(the codename for LSD when used operationally) to socialist or left-leaning

politicians so that they would "babble incoherently and discredit themselves in


Despite another report in 1963 recommending the termination of testing LSD on

unwitting subjects, the CIA's Deputy Director for Plans, Richard Helms,

continued to advocate covert testing of the drug. On the subject of moral issues

in connection with these illicit human experiments, Helms commented: "We have no

answer to the moral issue."


Almost twenty years after the introduction of LSD, and dozens of psychological

casualties later, a study by the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs

reported that LSD's early use by the American public began "among small groups

of intellectuals at large eastern and western coast universities. It spread to

undergraduate students, then to other campuses. Most often, users have been

introduced to the drug by persons of higher status. Teachers have influenced

students; upperclassmen have influenced lowerclassmen." Ironically, the CIA,

during its MKULTRA experimentation, initiated the 1960s' psychedelic explosion.


This may have been unwitting but it may also have been a deliberate effort to

undermine the anti-establishment protest culture of the time. In the late 1960s

and early 70s, New York biochemist Ronald Stark was one of the world's leading

suppliers of LSD (which he produced at his illicit laboratories in Europe);

Stark was widely suspected (as he himself claimed) of being attached to the CIA

project later to be revealed as MKULTRA.

The Brotherhood of Eternal Love, a hippie religious organisation based in Laguna

Beach, California, supplied ample quantities of LSD to the local hippies and

eventually acquired a sophisticated network of smuggling hashish and LSD to the

whole United States.


Billy Hitchcock served as banker for the Brotherhood, maintaining an account

with Castle Bank, which had been set up by the CIA as a front for covert

narcotics and money laundering operations (see DEALING IN DEATH: The CIA and the

Drugs Trade). Hitchcock also poured the sum of $5 million into "litter stocks"

which were associated with Mary Carter Paint Company (known later as Resorts

International), which was suspected of having links to organised crime. When the

company constructed a casino in the Bahamas, the star guest on opening day was

none other than Richard Nixon, who was about to run for president. Strange

bedfellows indeed for influential figures involved in the psychedelic movement.

(In 1970 Resorts International formed a private intelligence corporation called

Intertel, which was staffed largely by ex-CIA, NSA, Interpol and Justice

Department officials. Intertel rented its services to a wide range of corporate

clients, including ITT, McDonald's and Howard Hughes' Summa Corporation).


Ronald Stark later took over Hitchcock's position of banker for the Brotherhood

of Etemal Love and was involved in overseeing their LSD operation. For someone

who was just known as a person helping the hippie movement, Stark kept a

mysterious profile. He travelled to all the drug factories and hippie communes

across the U.S., and stayed in rich hotels and private clubs, mingling with the

rich and famous. He also operated a cocaine ring in the Bay Area. Since Stark

took over the running of the Brotherhood, it became the single most productive

manufacturer of LSD in the United States. 50 million doses (20 kilos) of the

drug were mostly sold in the U.S.


Stark was imprisoned in Italy from 1975 to 1979, following his involvement with

a gang of drug-dealing fascist terrorists. While in jail in Bologna, he received

a vast number of visitors from the British and American consulates. According to

the judge who released him from prison in April 1979, "an impressive series of

scrupulously enumerated proofs" showed that "from 1960 onwards, Stark belonged

to the American secret services."

Technically, MKULTRA was closed in 1964 but some of its programmes remained

active under the name of Project MKSEARCH well into the I 970s. In 1973, tipped

off about forthcoming investigations, CIA Director Richard Helms ordered the

destruction of all MKULTRA records. Three years later, in testimony to the

Church Committee, Helms confessed that the CIA had destroyed the files "so that

anybody who assisted us in the past would not be subject to follow-up questions,

embarrassment if you will."


The key researcher for the CIA-Army LSD tests was Dr Albert Kligman from the

University of Pennsylvania. In the mid-1960s, Kligman founded the Ivy Research

Laboratories (IRL), the conduit for EARL to perform experiments on humans which

were not possible even under the dubious ethics of EARL's programmes. Records

show that in 1971, the CIA provided Kligman with $37,000 to test a classified

potentially incapacitating psycho-chemical compound known only as EA3167.

Kligman tested this on human subjects, including prisoners from Holmesburg

Prison in Pennsylvania.


Similarly, Dr Robert Heath carried out work for the CIA at the Department of

Psychiatry and Neurology at Tulane University in New Orleans, one of several

U.S. Army research centres at which 3,000 doses of LSD were given to about 1,500

subjects in secret studies.



Dr. Robert Heath, testing his "deep brain electrodes" at Tulane University,




So what were the implications of LSD? The CIA sought the perfect truth serum;

unsuccessful in this, the Agency then used LSD on the basis of how it could

affect social and political awareness. One of the MKULTRA manuals that was

destroyed at the behest of Richard Helms was entitled "Some Unpsychadelic

Effects!" No-one can be sure what the CIA meant by this, but the fact remains

that the new left movement that was growing in America in the 1960s was

drastically disrupted by the widespread use of LSD, with millions of

peace-loving youths becoming somewhat less conscious about the world around




In response to a Freedom of Information Act request filed by John Marks in 1977,

additional MKULTRA records were discovered in financial files held by the Office

of Technical Services which had not been indexed under the name MKULTRA. These

documents, dating back to 1963, revealed that MKULTRA was "concerned with

research and development of chemical, biological and radiological materials

capable of employment in clandestine operations to control human behaviour," and

that "radiation was one of the additional avenues to control human behaviour."

In an undated Memorandum for the Record in MKULTRA Sub-project 86, Dr Wallace

Chan proposed "radio-isotopes with predetermined half-lives, selectively

implanted and/or injected; and radiologically opaque foreign bodies selectively

implanted and/or injected into predetermined sites in the human body."


The Canadian MKULTRA programme took place at the Allan Memorial Institute (AMI),

the psychiatric wing of Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. AMI's director from

1943 to 1964 was Dr. Donald Ewen Cameron, who called his experimental techniques

"depatterning" and "psychic driving." Cameron subjected his patients to heavy

doses of drugs combined with electric shock treatment, technically known as

Electro-Convulsive Therapy (ECT), but not as Cameron practised it. In standard

professional ECT, the patient is given a single dose of 110 volts lasting a

fraction of a second.


Cameron used a dosage twenty to forty times more intense, two to three times a

day, with the power turned up to 150V. The frequent screams of patients that

echoed through the hospital did not deter Cameron and his associates in their

attempts to "de-pattern" their subjects completely. Sometimes Cameron would

combine this treatment with up to 35 days of prolonged sensory deprivation in a

sealed environment. This constituted the "depatterning" phase of the treatment,

at the end of which the patient's mind would be "more or less in a childlike and

unconcerned state."


Cameron would then attempt to reprogram his victims with his "psychic driving"

techniques, which consisted of messages played on tape recorders, repeated

thousands of times through headphones. Usually ten days of "negative signals,"

stressing the patient's presumed inadequacies, would be followed by ten days of

"positive" messages, encouraging the desired behaviour. Psychic driving would

take place for continuous periods of up to 16 hours per day.


The CIA invited Cameron to apply for funding from the Society for the

Investigation of Human Ecology, a CIA front. From 1957 to 1962, the Agency

supported Cameron's work with grants totally $84,820. The "psychic driving"

research was code-named MKULTRA Sub-project 38.


Cameron, the architect of these inhuman experiments which amounted to little

more than torture, was elected chairman of the American Psychiatric Association

in 1952 and later became the founding chairman of the World Psychiatric

Association. In 1966, he was awarded the Canadian Mental Health Award for his

services to the profession. Such honours would hardly have met with the approval

of the Canadian victims of the MKULTRA experiments, some of whom recently sued

the CIA for irreparable mental damage.



Dr. Ewen Cameron (left) receiving the Canadian Mental Health Award, 1966.

A series of mind-altering drug tests and electric-shock experiments were also

carried out on inmates of the Californian prisons of Vacaville and Atascadero

during the 1960s. Some of these were particularly directed against gay inmates,

attempting to "convert" them to heterosexuality. Blanche Wiesen Cooke, a New

York history professor, has raised the question of whether AIDS may have

developed as a result of such experiments.

Mind control research was transferred from MKULTRA to the Office of Research and

Development (ORD) in 1963, and the U.S. Army officially terminated their LSD

experiments at that time. However it has recently been revealed that their

British counterparts, the Chemical and Biological Defence Establishment (CBDE)

at Porton Down took over and continued these experiments. In 1993, Graham

Pearson, the Director of CBDE, disclosed that they carried out LSD tests on 72

service volunteers, on behalf of the Ministry of Defence, between 1961 and 1972.

This was the first official admission that the British government had carried

out secret mind-control tests on human guinea pigs.


In the early 1970s, one of MKULTRA's payrolled scientists, Dr Joylon West, was

involved in planning a secret camp in California for "comparative studies.... of

experimental or model programs for the alteration of undesirable behaviour" and

the "study and reduction of violence." Proposed by then Governor Ronald Reagan,

this centre would "predict the probability of occurrences of violence" according

to ethnic population grouping. When asked how the subjects would be obtained for

the experiments, Edwin Meese, Reagan's executive secretary at the time (later to

become U.S. Attorney General), replied: "We'll kidnap them!" (H.W. Bowart

suggests that the many cases of "alien abductions" reported [and apparently

sincerely believed] by American citizens may be evidence of psychological

programming experiments by the security services).


The camp would "test chemical castration, psychosurgery and experimental drugs"

on involuntary incarcerated people. A law would also be passed in California

that would put into effect a computer filing system on "pre-delinquent

children." The children would then be "treated by the camp before they could

harm society." This Orwellian nightmare was stopped after the plans for the

scheme leaked to the news media.



When news of the existence of MKULTRA was disclosed to the public during the

major investigations of the CIA in the 1970s, it was discovered that in addition

to mind control through the use of drugs, other areas researched by the CIA

included hypnosis, sensory deprivation, psycho-surgery, brain implants and ESP.

Mystery still surrounds the area which seems to have most interested MKULTRA'S

successor, the Office of Research and Development (ORD) -"psychoelectronics".


In the late 1950s, a neuroscientist named Jose Delgado developed a

"stimoceiver", a miniature depth electrode which can receive and transmit

electronic signals over FM radio waves. By stimulating a correctly positioned

stimoceiver within an individual's cranium, an outside operator could wield a

surprising degree of control over the subject's responses. The most famous

example of Delgado's work occurred in a Madrid bull ring. Delgado "wired" a bull

before stepping into the ring entirely unprotected. The bull charged towards the

doctor, then stopped just before reaching him. Delgado had halted the animal

simply by pushing a button in a black box held in his hand.


Delgado's human experiments demonstrated that emotions and behaviour such as

rage, lust, relaxation, fear, fatigue, hallucinations etc., can be easily

induced using radio stimulation by an outside operator of different points in

the amygdala and hippocampus regions of the brain. The techniques could also be

used to modify "unwanted" social behaviour.


Speaking in 1966, Delgado asserted that his experiments "support the distasteful

conclusion that motion, emotion and behaviour can be directed by electrical

forces and that humans can be controlled like robots by push buttons." He even

professed a day when brain control could be turned over to non-human operators

by establishing two-way radio communication between the implanted brain and a

computer. Work by the brothers Ralph and Robert Schwitzgebel for tracking

individuals over long ranges led to the proposal of a scheme whereby miniature

radio receivers are mounted on utility poles throughout a given city, thereby

providing a 24-hour monitoring capability.


One of the most disturbing suggestions in this area came in 1994 from Joseph

Meyer of the National Security Agency, who proposed implanting roughly half of

all Americans arrested (but not necessarily convicted of any crime). These

"subscribers" (his term) could then be monitored continually by computer. Meyer

carefully worked out the economics of his mass-implantation system and asserted

that taxpayer liability should be reduced by forcing subscribers to "rent" the

implant from the state. Meyer argued that implants are cheaper and more

efficient than police.



As far back as 1953, the scientist John C. Lilly was asked by the director of

the National Institute of Mental Health (a regular CIA funding conduit) to brief

the CIA, FBI, NSA and military intelligence on his work using electrodes to

stimulate the pleasure and pain centres of the brain. Lilly refused, stating in

his reply: "Dr Antoine Redmond, using our techniques in Paris, has demonstrated

that this method of stimulation of the brain can be applied to the human without

the help of the neurosurgeon; he is doing it in his office in Paris without

neurosurgical supervision. This means that anybody with the proper apparatus can

carry this out on a person covertly, with no external signs that electrodes have

been used on that person. I feel that if this technique got into the hands of a

secret agency, they would have total control over a human being and be able to

change his beliefs extremely quickly, leaving little evidence of what they had



Unfortunately the Freedom of Information Act can only pry loose scant

information on electronic mind control and most of MKULTRA's work in this area

remains secret. The earliest reference to remotely-applied electronic

stimulation of the brain (ESB) is a 1959 document pertaining to MKULTRA

Sub-project 94 and shows that a great deal of research was carried out in this

area. A 350-page CIA manual dating from 1963 asserted that the Agency had

mastered a technology called RHIC-EDOM (Radio Hypnotic Intracerebral Control and

Electronic Dissolution of Memory). Together, these techniques can allegedly

remotely induce hypnotic trance, deliver suggestions to the subject and erase

all memory for both instruction period and the act which the subject is asked to



During 1977 Senate hearings on CIA drug testing, Dr Sidney Gottlieb, an

important MKULTRA administrator, admitted the possibility of the existence of

Agency research involving hypnosis using radio beams and the use of microwaves

to erase memory, alter brain functions and disrupt behaviour patterns.


Early work by microwave scientist Allan H. Frey provided evidence that the

perception of sound can be induced in normal and clinically deaf humans by

irradiation of the head with low-density, pulse-modulated ultra-high frequency

(UHF) electromagnetic radiation - a type of radio wave. It had previously been

shown that UHF wavelengths smaller than 10cm could produce a heating of the skin

and even cause severe burning. Since then, work by Frey and others has shown

that this same microwave energy is capable of producing selective tachycardia (a

speeding-up of the heart beat) and brachycardia (slowing down of the heart

beat). A U.S. State Department report by G.W. Biles in 1976 suggests that it is

quite possible to induce a heart attack in a person from a distance with radar,

since radar uses the same pulse-modulated UHF energy that Frey had used in some

of his early experiments.


In 1961, Frey showed that the effect and range of auditory response to radio

frequency (RF) energy could reach thousands of feet. Using a pulse-modulated

transmitter, all types of biological effects could be induced on the targeted

subject, including dizziness, nausea and vomiting. Even words could be sent to

the brain, independent of the tympanic membrane of the ear. A new form of

communications, with immense implications for the military and security

services, was discovered: direct communication to the brain by radio waves. An

intelligence asset, programmed by remote hypnosis, could be activated by RF

means to carry out orders bypassing his or her consciousness. The hypnotic

command that the target obeyed would be considered their own idea.

Such operations could be carried out on the basis of a "timed hypnotic command"

- using RF means, certain information could be made to appear in the target's

mind at a given time in the future. A similar effect could be produced when the

hypnotic suggestion is designed to be triggered by a word, a picture or other

signal. "There are also means of blocking the target's access to retrieve

information; by inducing amnesia it is possible to disrupt, inhibit and

reconnect his or her conscious (mental) linkages at will, and thus produce

contrasting effects which are of the highest value for later hypnotic commands".


Similar research by Dr W. Ross Adey at the University of Southern California has

shown that simply by placing subjects in an electromagnetic field, their

behaviour can be altered. By directing a carrier frequency to stimulate the

brain and using amplitude modulation to "shape" the wave into a mimicry of a

desired EEG frequency, the mind can be externally conditioned into aversive or

docile states, for example. Ideas including names can be synchronised with the

feelings that the fields induce. Such devices could also have a role in covert

operations designed to drive a target crazy with "imaginary voices" or to

deliver undetectable instructions to a programmed assassin. Adey compiled an

entire library of frequencies and pulsation rates which could be used to affect

the mind and nervous systems.


In a rare and astonishing admission in 1963 by Dr George Estabrooks (the man who

first proposed to U.S. military intelligence the potential uses of hypnosis in

warfare back in the 1 940s), Estabrooks revealed that he had conducted extensive

hypnosis work on behalf of the CIA, FBI and military intelligence and stated

that "the key to creating an effective spy or assassin rests in... creating a

multiple personality with the aid of hypnosis," a process which the doctor

described as "child's play." That same year (the year of President Kennedy's

assassination) Estabrooks even offered the suggestion that Lee Harvey Oswald and

Jack Ruby "could very well have been performing through hypnosis."



      Albert Einstein conferring with naval officers in his study, Princetown,

      New Jersey, July 24th 1943. Einstein was involved with secret U.S.

      government experiments known as the 'Rainbow Project' in which the use of

      a very powerful electromagnetic field around an object was used to divert

      radar waves around it, making it radar invisible. This culminated in the

      test known as the 'Philadelphia Experiment' on August 12th 1943, in which

      the warship USS Eldridge reportedly achieved not only radar but also

      physical invisibility. The same research team was later involved in using

      electromagnetic waves for mind control experiments at Montauk Point, Long

      Island. Sensing the dangers of the experiments, Congress refused further

      approval for the work in 1967 and the project was abandoned.


      Some months before his death, Einstein was reported to have burned papers

      relating to his Unified Field Theory and its possible practical

      applications on the grounds that the world wasn't ready for such things

      and would be better off without them.


In 1967 the U.S. Air Force base at Montauk Point in New York's Long Island was

used for top secret experiments using a giant Sage radar that was capable of

transmitting electromagnetic waves at frequencies of 425 to 450 Megahertz, the

level at which it is possible to alter human thought. Some of the military

technicians at the base had used the Sage radar in the 1960s and noticed how it

had been possible to change the mood of the personnel on the base by changing

the frequency and pulse duration of the radar. Thus, mood altering experiments

were begun in earnest. One of the Montauk Project leaders, Al Bielek, later

revealed that, "with no military or defence purposes to begin with, the project

was only designed for controlling the minds of the population, in spite of

Congress forbidding the project." At first, the focus of the experiments was a

person sitting inside a shielded room. The radar reflector was angled down so

that it focused on the room. The researchers observed that certain changes in

frequencies and pulses "made a person sleep, cry, laugh, be agitated and so on."


The experiments were then expanded to include the base personnel, then on to the

townspeople in Montauk, Long Island, New Jersey, upstate New York and then

Connecticut "just to see how far it could go." A special chair was designed

using technology that could display what a person was thinking. It would collect

the electromagnetic impulses from that person, then translate them into a

understandable form. Coils, which acted as sensors, were placed around the

chair, along with three receivers, six channels and a computer which would

display the person's thoughts digitally on a screen. Bielek claims that the

research at Montauk is still ongoing.

In 1974, J. F. Schapitz filed a plan to study the effect of inducing hypnotic

suggestions through radio frequencies. In his experiment, subjects were

implanted with the subconscious suggestion to leave the lab and buy a particular

item, the action triggered by a certain "cue" word or action. Schapitz' work was

funded by the Department of Defence. Despite Freedom of Information requests,

the results have never been revealed.


A 1976 U.S. Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) report entitled "Biological

Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation" notes that "the potential for the

development of a number of antipersonnel applications is suggested by the

research published in the USSR, East Europe and the West. Sounds and possibly

even words which appear to be originating intra-cranially can be induced by

signal modulation at very low power densities."


Russian scientists recently reported the following (quote): 'With the help of

computer-processed frequency-modulated pulses, coding texts are being introduced

into human consciousness. Programming is usually being carried out during

night-time by three synchronised frequency generators situated in a city's

suburbs in the course of a week. After this, the "patient" receives a coded

message. This can be some specific sound but more usually it is a phone call.

The call is usually made past midnight (between 12.00 p.m. and 1.00 a.m.) when

human energy defences are at their lowest point, being in restoration phase.

After receiving such a message, a person - against his/her will and even without

conscious awareness - can take a self-destructive course of action.... In 1979,

a modified generator emitter called 'Genotron' was created. The device, the size

of a small saucer, is fixed on the breast of an assassin. A left wire is

connected through the shirt sleeve with a feeder (the energy pumping cycle lasts

seven seconds) and a right wire is connected with a control system of a 20 KWT

electron ray emitter, powered by a 9V source. When a "clean elimination" of an

"inconvenient" person is required, the killer walks behind the target and with

the help of the ultrasound aiming device zeroes in on the victim's heart and

"shoots." The result is heart defibrillation and multiple ruptures of the heart



There has also been produced a car-based variety of the generator emitter which

is used on the road when it is necessary to cause an auto accident. The hypnotic

emitter blocks the functioning of the left brain, where the centres of rational

control are situated. As a result, the driver of the tracked car loses the

feeling of reality and in the euphoric state there appears a wish to increase

speed beyond any limits. The result is a crash."


The use of mind control weapons to cause car accidents brings to mind various

incidents of people whose deaths were remarkably convenient for the powers that

be. Karen Silkwood was the young American woman who died in most suspicious

circumstances while she was en route to going public with the lack of safety

standards at the plutonium plant at which she worked. The attempted breakout of

five IRA prisoners from Whitemoor Maximum Security Prison in September 1994 led

to speculation that the security services had set up the escape. The vital

footage from the video recordings of the prison fences (which would have shown

the prisoners receiving outside help) were mysteriously "missing." One of the

prison officers who had been in the prison control room during the break-out,

Marcia Whitehurst, died when her car plunged into a river near Wisbech. She was

driving to court to give evidence at the trial of the prisoners and was due to

be cross-examined about her entries in a log book. The police described her

death as a "tragic accident." Another Whitemoor prison officer who was present

in the control room, Peter Curran, disappeared when he left home to play golf.

His car has never been found. His wife stated that "he was very concerned about

something before he disappeared."


There are also the curious events in Britain surrounding Mark Purdey, the diary

farmer who opposed the British agro-chemical industry, claiming to have

compelling evidence that BSE, the "mad-cow disease," was the result of

organo-phosphate pesticide poisoning. Purdey's experiments, conducted at the

Institute of Psychiatry in south London, confirmed that Phosmet, which contains

a chemical component of the notorious drug Thalidomide, can affect the "prion

protein" believed to trigger the devastating BSE brain disease. The only other

countries to use Phosmet in a similar way to Britain - pouring it along the

cow's spine - were France, Switzerland and Ireland, which were the other

countries that had BSE. Two of the people who took Purdey's side of the argument

died in mysterious circumstances. One was a solicitor, Peter Ward, who helped

Purdey In a case against the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. The

second was a vet, Christopher Budge. Both died when their cars inexplicably left

the road and crashed, Ward hitting a stone wall and Budge swerving into the path

of an on-coming lorry.


(Organo-phosphates, which are chemically related to nerve gas, were widely used

by allied forces during the Gulf War. Their use has been linked to the

debilitating Gulf War syndrome suffered by the allied troops. In March 1997 the

armed forces minister Nicholas Soames admitted misleading Parliament by denying

the use and known effects of organo-phosphates.)




Microwave weapons have been in development for decades. A report for the U.S.

Army entitled

'Analysis of Microwaves for Barrier Warfare' released under a Freedom of

Information request

shows that even in the early 1970s, the military were developing electromagnetic


"When the beam is turned on, the person will probably fall down in pain and die

in 35 seconds,

If somehow he proceeds towards the friendly forces, the intensity will continue

to rise and he

will die before he reaches the 300m front of the barrier." Microwave and laser

weapons exist

that can cause "exploding eyeballs" or turn people into fireballs. A weapon that


temporarily blind or render an enemy unconscious, can with a turn of the power


cut them in two or "cook their internal organs." These so-called "Non Lethal


which include High Powered Microwave (HPM), infrasound, "plasma bullet guns,"

Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) and radio frequency devices, provide "a new spectrum


options" as the Army's Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) puts it. The

weapons are

so horrific that there was even debate in the Department of Defence about

whether they

violate treaties governing humanity in war.

The CIA had a programme called Operation Pique in 1978 which included bouncing

radio or microwave signals off the ionosphere to affect the mental functions of

people in selected areas, including Eastern European nuclear installations. A

1985 experiment at the Midwest Research Institute in Kansas City showed that

pinpoint accuracy could be achieved with behaviour-altering microwave beams,

such that an individual in a room might be affected by an outside beam while

another person elsewhere in the room is unaffected.

The Christic Institute, a public interest law firm in the U.S., has many files

from state, Senate and Congressional representatives who claim to be victims of

clandestine bombardment with non-ionising radiation or microwaves.

These people (nicknamed "wavies") report sudden changes in psychological states,

alteration of sleep patterns, intra-cerebral voices and other sounds, and other

unusual physiological effects. The number and scope of the individuals reporting

such claims makes it difficult to dismiss them all out of hand as being mentally

ill. The matter has been taken up in the U.S. by the Association of National

Security Alumni (ANSC), after investigating the known Department of Defence and

CIA interests in this field. In a briefing issued on August 19th 1992, ANSO

commented on "the increasing number of persons contacting us for assistance in

ending what they believe to be electronic harassment by elements of U.S.



Julianne McKinney, author of a 20-page report for ANSC, "Microwave Harassment

and Mind Control Experimentation", wrote: "Four months ago, when this project

commenced, we approached these complaints of government harassment and

experimentation with a high degree of caution. We are no longer sceptical. The

growing numbers of independent complaints and the similarities between these

complaints cannot be ignored."


There is now a victims group in the U.S. called Victims of Electronic Assault.

In the ex-Soviet Union, political dissenters are emerging claiming to be

"wavies" with the same reports as their counterparts in the U.S.


In the summer of 1984, the women peace protesters camped around the U.S. air

base at Greenham Common were surprised to find that the military and police

personnel who had been regularly facing them across the wire disappeared at a

particular time. This coincided with the appearance of new aerials on the base

buildings and in the months that followed, the women began to suffer a wide

variety of illnesses, with symptoms including disruption of their menstrual

cycles, panic, swollen tongues, bleeding gums, headaches, voices in the head,

vertigo and burns - even at night. Similar phenomena have more recently plagued

the women's peace camp at Seneca in the United States. The British woman who is

co-ordinating the research into this for the Greenham women has had both her car

and her house shot at. In his book The Geller Effect, Uri Geller also noted the

strange use of the back focus of a radar dish being used to affect the Greenham

Common protesters.


In addition to these cases, more and more people are turning up claiming to have

had brain implants while they have been incarcerated for various reasons. A

Freedom of Information request produced a 1970 NASA report on implantable

biotelemetry systems, which describes the development of precisely these kinds

of devices. "…. it is therefore possible that the biological application of

radar could be used as a weapon on an individual basis for sociological or

political purposes....."



The involvement of NASA in the CIA's mind control experiments has sinister


The CIA's research in "evoked brain potentials" (potential is used in the

electrical sense, meaning voltage) had the goal of finding methods to replace

both polygraphs and voice stress analysis, which are notoriously unreliable lie

detectors. Evoked potential studies measure and analyse brain wave responses

that result from different stimuli. Using computers, the CIA's aim was to

develop these techniques into methods of mind reading and eventually, mind

programming or reprogramming.


By 1974 Lawrence Pinneo, a neurophysiologist and electronic engineer at Stanford

Research Institute (SRI) had developed a computer system capable of reading a

person's mind. It correlated brain waves on an electroencephalograph with

specific commands. Twenty years ago, the computer responded with a dot on a TV

screen. Today, it can be the input to an EBB stimulator that uses radio

frequencies. The concept of mind-reading computers is no longer science fiction.


According to Ken Lawrence's testimony before Congress in 1985 on the issue of

CIA campus activity, a revival of the MKULTRA programme exists at the University

of Florida, where CIA-funded researchers have been carrying out "truth detector"

experiments using a computer to read brain waves. Major Edward Dames of Psi-Tech

said in April 1995 on NBC's 'The Other Side' programme: "The U.S. government has

an electronic device which could implant thoughts in people." Dames would not

comment any further.

The cooking ability of microwaves is a well-known fact of everyday life. At

power levels which have no heating effect, microwave radiation affects

biological cells in other ways. Both American and British military security is

built on a complex global system of communications links involving the

widespread use of RF microwaves, including missile tracking radar and

surveillance radar. These are found at American bases around the world,

including the UK. The military are well aware of the adverse health effects of

this and have sought to cover up deaths resulting from microwave exposure. In

1977, two army researchers published a paper showing that power levels of

microwaves thousands of times below safety limits damaged the brain. This

research and the debate it stimulated was stopped by the Department of Defence.

Dr. Koslov at John Hopkins University attempted to restart work into this in

1986, but was unable to get funding. In 1981, U.S. Army pathologist Dr. Friedman

published some preliminary findings of a study into the large number of radar

operators referred to him with a rare blood disease. The army refused to publish

his full report.


The British ultra-secure communications network is completely independent from

the British Telecom network. It ensures that the government can control the

country in the event of the collapse of its authority by war or mass strike

action and is based on the use of microwave communication links dotted around

the country, with a higher concentration in built-up areas. The centre of

research for developing this system is the Defence Research Agency's Malvern

branch (formerly the Royal Signals and Radar Establishment). Since the mid-70s,

eight scientists working there have died from brain tumours. Recent cases in

Britain of various illnesses amongst people living near overhead power lines

have added to the evidence that electromagnetic radiation is more harmful to

humans than previously thought.


During the Gulf War in 1991, Cruise missiles with Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)

warheads were used against the Iraqis. This information was released via the

American military trade publication Defence News in April 1992. The same year,

the UK Ministry of Defence confirmed the development of a British microwave

bomb. The EMP bomb works by "emitting a massive pulse of radio energy which

would render humans unconscious by scrambling neural paths in the brain but

would not cause lasting injury." In fact, evidence from research scientists

exposed to EMP has shown that it can cause cancers such as myclogenous

leukaemia, a fatal bone marrow disease.


In 1993, residents in the Crossmaglen area of South Armagh in Northern Ireland

voiced their concerns that British army surveillance equipment was linked to

observed clusters and increases in cancer cases in the area. Following the

deaths in 1997 of three members of the E4A undercover surveillance unit of the

Special Branch (all three died of cancer of the colon), the RUC consulted the

National Radiological Protection Board over concerns that their deaths might be

linked to the wearing of concealed microwave equipment which is strapped to the

skin beneath clothing. The RUC press office claimed that the NRPB's review was

not just linked to the deaths but covered the use of all microwave equipment.



William Arkin, a US consultant on the humanitarian impact of weapons and

warfare, revealed in the Journal Medicine in 1998 that the United States army

and airforce were developing a new generation of acoustic weapons that rupture

organs, inflict burns and create cavities in human tissues. The research was so

far advanced that deployment of the weapons was imminent.


Such weapons can radiate a directed energy beam with an intensity varying from a

90-120 decibel low-frequency soundwave "to provide extreme levels of annoyance

and distraction" through 140-150 decibels for "strong physical bodily trauma and

damage to tissues", up to "shockwave" levels of over 170 decibels, producing

"instantaneous blastwave-type trauma" which could be lethal.


Abstracts from a US Department of Defense programme on the military's

acquisition of mind control technology described the use of "a system for

altering the states of human consciousness" involving "the simultaneous

application of multiple stimuli, preferably sounds, having different frequencies

and wave forms…. Researchers have devised a variety of systems for stimulating

the brain to exhibit specific brain wave rhythms and thereby alter the state of

consciousness of an individual subject."


Dr. Oliver Lowry, who has carried out several classified projects for the U.S.

Government on what is termed by the military and intelligence services Silent

Sound Spread Spectrum (SSSS), sometimes called SQUAD, developed and patented a

system which he described as "a silent communications system in which non-aural

carriers, in the very high audio frequency range or in the adjacent ultrasonic

frequency spectrum, are amplified or frequency modulated with the desired

intelligence and propagated acoustically or vibrationally, for inducement into

the brain. The modulated carriers may be transmitted directly in real time or

may be recorded and stored on mechanical, magnetic or optical media for delayed

or repeated transmission to the listener."


The first known military use of the system was against Iraq during the Gulf War.

Although completely silent to the human ear, the negative voice messages

programmed by PsyOps psychologists were clearly perceived by the subconscious

minds of Iraqi soldiers: "The silent sounds completely demoralised them and

instilled a perpetual feeling of fear and hopelessness in their minds."



In the course of the MKULTRA projects, the CIA allocated some of the project's

budget to study the use of mediums and called for a scientific study of the use

of psychics for intelligence work. This work was set up at Stanford Research

Institute (SRI) in Melano Park, California, whose studies in parapsychology were

supported by the CIA, the Navy and the DIA. Dealing in secret high-tech defence

projects, SRI was America's second largest think-tank, with over $70 million in

government funding annually. The CIA's main contact in funding SRI's work was

Harold Chipman, who had served in Indonesia, Korea, the Philippines, Laos and




Stanford Research Institute, the base for the CIA's psychic warfare programme.

In 1952, Dr Andrija Puharich presented a paper, 'An Evaluation of the Possible

Uses of Extrasensory Perception (ESP) in Psychological Warfare' to a secret

Pentagon gathering. Puharich's psychic research findings were in line with the

CIA's current mind control work and in 1956 Puharich brought in the Israeli

psychic Uri Geller to SRI. Mossad had provided SRI with an intelligence report

on Geller's abilities. Geller underwent several weeks of exhaustive scientific

tests at SRI, under two of the institute's chief scientists, physicists Harold

Puthof and Russell Targ.



The psychic Uri Geller was employed by the CIA for over twenty years.

Here, Geller demonstrates his ability to erase computer tapes while specialists

look on.

In the early 1960s, the U.S. Air Force commissioned the American Institute for

Research (AIR) to conduct a feasibility study on the development and use of

psychological phenomena for warfare. AIR published their findings under the

title of 'Psychological Phenomena Applicable to the Development of Psychological



Spurred on by heavy involvement of the Soviet Union in psychic research (on

which the Soviets were spending about 60 million roubles per year in 1971,

increased to 300 million roubles - $450 million - in 1975), the CIA embarked on

intense psychic research. SRI's Harold Puthof focused on ESP as the area most

likely to give results that could be used operationally. The phenomenon was seen

as a low-cost radar system; people possessing suitable extra-sensory powers

could be the perfect spies.


The CIA adopted a twin-track approach towards this new area of interest.

Publicly, through disinformation campaigns, they endeavoured to dismiss and

discredit psychic research. Secretly, they funded a series of projects on which

they spent over $20 million over the next 16 years. The Soviets, aware of the

U.S. policy, reacted similarly. They too publicly denied the credibility of any

psychic research, imprisoned a number of researchers (particularly those

involved in information exchange with their Western counterparts) and appeared

to close down several research institutes.


A series of 'Anomalous Mental Phenomena' programmes were carried out at SRI from

1973 to 1989 and were continued at the Science Applications International

Corporation (SAIC) from 1992 to 1994. A technique known as 'Sleep-Wake Hypnosis'

was developed, in which a hypnotist transferred hypnotic commands telepathically

to a subject, whether they were a few feet or even a thousand miles away.

Psychics were trained to influence foreign leaders as they spoke to the public

on the TV or radio. Some of the experiments had highly negative effects on

subjects, including sickness, nervous breakdowns and even insanity. The

'Sleep-Wake Hypnosis' technique was recently demonstrated on Paul McKenna's

World of the Paranormal television programme, when an Eastern European hypnotist

telepathically raised and lowered the heartbeat of a subject in another room.


Stanford Research Institute - now named SRI International - termed their

telepathy work Remote Viewing (RV), which involved a sender transmitting

messages telepathically to a receiver. Two of SRI's most important projects were

Grill Flame, a multi-million dollar psychic research and development programme,

started by the CIA in 1972 and now primarily run by the DIA; and SCANATE

(SCANning by coordinATE), which started on May 29th 1973 and was completed in

1975. Grill Flame produced telepathic information, later confirmed by satellite,

about a very sensitive nuclear test site at Semipalatinsk in Soviet Kazakhstan

and which led to the location of a crashed Soviet Tu-95 'Backfire' bomber in

Africa. Little else is known at present about the project.



Harold Puthof, head of the CIA's Remote Viewing programme at Stanford Research


In his first attempt at remote viewing a site, having been given only the

geographical co-ordinates, latitude and longitude, the psychic Ingo Swann

described in considerable detail what was officially described as a

meteorological research installation (in fact a Soviet missile-tracking base) on

the remote Pacific island of Kerguelen. Swann's descriptions included the layout

of buildings and a map of the island. It was later confirmed that these were

correct in every detail.



Ingo Swann, psychic and Remote Viewer at SRI, 1972 - 1989.

One of the most intriguing of SCANATE's experiments was Number 46, dated April

27th 1973. The purpose of the experiment was "to try to ascertain if long

distance remote sensing could extend to a very far distance to record the time

it took before impressions began to be given, and to compare the impressions

with published scientific feedback." The target chosen was the planet Jupiter.

NASA's Pioneer Ten satellite was already en route to the planet but too far away

to send data back to the Earth laboratories. The viewers were Ingo Swann in

California and Harold Sherman in Arkansas. With these two viewers 2,000 miles

apart, the idea was to see whether their independent data would correspond with

each other - which they did. In the course of this attempt, a ring around

Jupiter was discovered by the viewers. Swann described: "Very high in the

atmosphere there are crystals, they glitter. Maybe the stripes are like bands of

crystals... Very close within the atmosphere. I bet you they'll reflect radio

waves. Is that possible, if you had a cloud of crystals that were assaulted by

different radio waves?" The existence of the ring was confirmed in early 1979,

six years after this experiment.


In another SCANATE experiment, psychic Pat Price was given a set of map

co-ordinates and was able to describe every detail of a satellite eavesdropping

station, including the complex of buildings and underground storage areas,

communication and computer equipment, names on desks in the building and even

code words on the labels of file folders in a locked cabinet in one of the

rooms. The CIA scientist monitoring the test believed he had a potential Class

'A' espionage agent who could roam psychically anywhere in the world, ferreting

out secrets undetected.


More than a hundred tests were carried out for Project SCANATE, which ran for

two years. Targets chosen by the CIA, in association with the NSA, included a

number of very sensitive military locations in the Soviet Union. Descriptions of

these provided by SCANATE subjects were later confirmed, in some cases very

precisely, by satellite observations. Harold Puthof later confirmed that SRI's

Remote Viewing research had been successfully replicated by several other

laboratory teams, notably the Princeton University group headed by Dr Robert

Jahn. Pat Price was asked on several occasions to provide his services to the

Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) as well as the NSA.


During the 1970s, when he was living in Mexico, Uri Geller was asked by the CIA

to psychically eavesdrop on the Soviet embassy. The Agency asked Geller to

describe the interior of the building, erase the computer tapes there, read the

numbers of a combination lock, name the ranks and duties of visiting personnel,

crack codes, predict espionage drops and describe the papers in the diplomatic

pouches. Another of the tasks that Geller was asked to do for the Agency was to

influence the mind of incoming U.S. President Jimmy Carter at his presidential

inauguration on January 20th 1977.


By 1975, Harold Puthoff and Russell Targ reported that the development of Remote

Viewing at SRI "has evolved to the point where visiting CIA personnel with no

previous exposure to such concepts have performed well under controlled

laboratory conditions... generating target descriptions of sufficiently high

quality to permit matching of descriptions by independent judges."



Harold Puthof with Remote Viewer Pat Price.

The Remote Viewing programme received a blow when Price died in 1975, but Ingo

Swann remained and other psychics joined SRI's ranks over the years. After his

success with SCANATE, for several years Ingo Swann trained selected individuals

with possible psychic abilities from the military and intelligence to become

psychic spies. Swann claimed that almost anyone could demonstrate some RV

ability and he developed a training programme which "could make anyone as good

as the best natural psychic." Those admitted to the programme were military

intelligence personnel whose backgrounds might indicate natural psychic talents:

image interpreters (analysts of aerial reconnaissance photos) were found to have

a natural visualisation ability suited for RV training; and also people with

artistic ability, entrepreneurs, risk takers and those who had reported

near-death experiences from combat injuries.


Even high ranking officers such as Major General Thompson (Assistant Chief of

Staff for Intelligence 1977-91), Major General Albert Stubblebine (Director of

U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, INSCOM) and Jack Verona of the DIA

were indoctrinated with Remote Viewing. The training took one year in controlled

conditions. Major General Thompson was one of the Army's most enthusiastic

supporters of RV and other paranormal phenomena, and he set up an RV unit at

Fort Meade, Maryland, under the jurisdiction of INSCOM.

Major General Stubblebine stated that Remote Viewing practitioners tended to

give more controlled readings than non-RV psychics, adding: "I can go anywhere

on this Earth. I can go into any closet, I can go into any mind. I can access

that information at any location that I choose."


Stubblebine directed several operations employing psychics, including Project

BLUEBIRD which targeted Libyan leader Colonel Qaddafi; Project LANDBROKER, which

targeted Panamanian leader General Noriega; and Project ARROWSHOP, about which

little is known. A letter from U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command,

signed by Deputy Commander Brigadier General Ira Owens, dated February 29th

1996, states: "In 1983 this Headquarters initiated a project named

Landbroker.... This was an offensive intelligence collection operation broken

down into four parts, designed to collect information using psychic

penetrations. Landbroker projects were always targeted against foreign nationals

and never involved U.S. citizens." This last-sentence denial bears wary



In the course of the siege of General Noriega's headquarters during the U.S.

invasion of Panama, U.S. forces used psychological warfare techniques to drive

Noriega out by playing extremely high volume Western rock music through

loudspeakers. Less publicised was the use of microwave beams and other

experimental weapon systems against Noriega.


During the siege of Waco, Texas in 1993, the FBI blasted out tapes of the sounds

of dentists' drills and the squeals of rabbits being slaughtered to keep the

cult leader David Koresh on edge. It has been speculated that microwaves and

other non-conventional weapons may have been the cause of the ensuing fires

which killed Koresh's cult followers.

Today, U.S. military and intelligence have projects, identified only by numbers,

which monitor the progress, research and development of psychic and paranormal

research world-wide. Project 223310 also collates information on paranormal

topics in relation to their use In psychic warfare. This project has been

ongoing for 25 years. U.S. Air Force Project 140410 is similarly tasked.


One project currently being undertaken by the U.S. military, named SLEEPING

BEAUTY, is directed towards the battlefield use of mind-altering electromagnetic

weaponry. Jack Verona, a highly placed, highly secretive DIA chief, heads this

project. Verona's associates include Major Edward Dames (ex-DIA), who recently

founded a company called PSI-tech, which performs Remote Viewing experiments for

both the government and corporate clients.


PSI-Tech's company board includes now-retired Major General Stubblebine and

Colonel John B. Alexander (who was a Commander of Green Beret Special Forces in

Vietnam and Cambodia, and took part in a number of clandestine CIA operations

including the mass-murder Phoenix programme during the Vietnam War). The company

also employs Major David Morehouse (ex-82nd Airborne Division) and Ron Blackburn

(a microwave scientist and a specialist at Kirkland Air Force Base).





      Two of the key players in the CIA's psychic warfare programme: Left,

      Colonel John Alexander, US Army Intelligence and Security Command

      (INSCOM), 1981-1984. Right, Major General Albert Stubblebine, Director at

      INSCOM. Both are on the board of the mysterious PSI-tech company.



Psychokinesis or telekinesis (the use of the mind to move matter) is an area of

major interest to the CIA. A total of 281 laboratory experiments in

psychokinesis were carried out over a ten-year period on behalf of the Agency.

SRI in particular conducted some extraordinary demonstrations of metal fork

bending in front of generals and colonels and other highly-qualified witnesses.

In a 1995 television documentary, John Alexander revealed that "people would

ask, are you going to bend tank barrels? And no, that's ridiculous. But what we

can do is impact electronics and things of that nature. Rather than moving large

amounts of physical matter, we're talking about moving electrons."


Anybody doubting that the U.S. military are not seriously involved in the area

of psychic research should bear in mind the December 1980 issue of the U.S.

Army's Military Review, whose cover story was entitled "The New Mental

Battlefield," complete with cover pictures of Kirlian photographs of the aura

surrounding living organisms. The article, written by John Alexander, related to

the use of telepathy to interfere with the brain's electrical activity. This

caught the attention of senior Army generals who encouraged him to pursue what

they termed "soft option kill" technologies.


On November 30th and December 1st 1983, a symposium was held in Leesburg,

Virginia, entitled "Applications of Anomalous Phenomena". It was organised by

Kaman Tempo, a division of the Kaman Sciences think-tank in Santa Barbara,

California, and its stated purpose was "to provide a venue where researchers

could present government managers and scientists with details of their research

on psychic phenomena, and an assessment of the potential of applications of this

research." Subjects discussed ranged from telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition

and psychokinesis to "human/equipment interaction systems" (eg. people affecting

computers), "the continuity of life" and "the military applications of anomalous

phenomena". There were nineteen speakers from all parts of the country, several

of them heads of major university departments, and it should be noted that they

were not asked to discuss the possible existence of psychic phenomena, but to

describe what was being done with them. The guests were described as "senior

scientists and civilian and military managers." No guest list was published.


In 1983, John Alexander set up a course called Neuro Linguistic Programming

(NLP). This presented to selected officers and Senior Executive Service members

a set of techniques to modify behaviour patterns. Among the first generals to

take the course was Lieutenant General Maxwell Thurman, who went on to become

Vice Chief of Staff at the Army and Commander Southern Command. Among other

senior participants were Major General Stubblebine and no less than

vice-president Al Gore, who still retains his friendship with Alexander.


Another of Alexander's programmes is the Jedi Project (taking its name from the

Star Wars movies) which aims to "construct models of behavioural/ physical

excellence using unconventional means" - in other words, paranormal methods of

raising human performance to optimum levels and therefore producing an

invincible warrior - a disquieting concept when one considers the sort of people

employed by the intelligence agencies.

After retiring from the army in 1988, Alexander began working with Janet Morris,

the Research Director of the U.S. Global Strategy Council (USGSC), chaired by Dr

Ray Cline, former Deputy Director of the CIA.


Throughout 1990, the USGSC lobbied the main national laboratories, major defence

contractors and industries and senior military and intelligence officers to

develop what they termed "Non-Lethal Weapons (NLWs) for Disabling Measures." In

her support of their doctrine for the use of such weapons by the U.S. "in crisis

at home or abroad... by projecting power without indiscriminately taking lives

or destroying property," Janet Morris admitted that "casualties cannot be

avoided." A senior Department of Defence official described the term "Non Lethal

Weapons" as "an almost obscene oxymoron."


There is a massive investment programme in NLWs, about $1 billion over the next

few years. The Army's Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) is rewriting

military strategy to account for the new weapons. It states that "a wide range

of disabling measures now exists. This was not true ten years ago."


John Alexander is currently involved in over 20 mind control and psychotronic

projects at the Los Alamos National Laboratories, where he holds the post of

Director of Non-Lethal Programmes. Alexander and his team have been working with

Dr Igor Smirnov, a psychologist from the Moscow Institute of Psycho-corrections,

who pioneered a technique to electronically analyse the human mind in order to

influence it. They input subliminal command messages using key words transmitted

in "white noise" or music. Using an infrasound very low frequency transmission,

the acoustic psycho-correction message is transmitted via bone conduction - ear

plugs would not restrict the message. The subliminal messages by-pass the

conscious level and are effective almost immediately.


The U.S. magazine Defence News of January 1993 reported that a U.S. company

called Healthline Corporation was evaluating Russian mind-control techniques of

"acoustic psycho-correction," consisting of "transmission of specific commands

via static or white noise bands into the human subconscious without upsetting

other intellectual functions."


A 1995 report by a task force, whose members included Richard Perle (the

hard-line Assistance Secretary of Defence under President Reagan) and John

Alexander, sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations, titled 'Non-Lethal

Technologies: Military Options and Implications,' concluded that "a number of

non-lethal technologies deserve serious consideration for future military



An ongoing top-secret CIA mind control programme is called MONARCH, which

apparently involves the deliberate creation of severe multiple personality

disorder. Little else of this project is confirmable at present, but its

ramifications are said to be staggering.


Following the Irangate scandal, newly-appointed National Security Adviser (and

former Deputy Director of the CIA) Frank Carlucci ordered the destruction of

records of the Agency's more exotic programmes which might be prone to public

scrutiny. This included much of SRI's paranormal work, and the motors of two

paper-shredding machines were burned out in the process of destroying their

records. The remaining DIA Remote Viewing agents were moved from their posts at

Fort Meade. Their whereabouts and the future of the programme are unknown.



Even though the world's governments have yet to officially acknowledge the

harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation and microwaves, the evidence

available does clearly indicate that both within NATO and the former Warsaw Pact

countries, electromagnetic and/or microwave weapons are now being used or field

tested. Already police departments of some governments such as France have

reportedly used powerful infrasound beam devices to control crowds and to make

rioters lose control of their bowels.


The ability to modify human behaviour with auditory-cortex stimuli, brain rhythm

modifications and many other biological applications of microwaves has been

repeatedly shown since the I 950s. The radio wave energy used in most of the

experiments is pulse-modulated or RF microwave energy. It is the same type of RF

used in radar techniques: radar equipment is used in almost all mind control

experiments. Radar range at 10cm wavelength - the type used in most of the

experiments - is over 25 miles. A 1976 U.S. State Department Office of Security

report stated: "It is therefore possible that the biological applications of

radar could be used as a weapon on an individual or mass basis for sociological

or political purposes."


The involvement of NASA in this field raises the sinister prospect of not just

individuals being targeted by the new technologies of mind control, but of

entire cities and larger areas of the population being affected via satellite



If this all sounds far-fetched, be warned. In the decade that these mind control

experiments were started by the intelligence agencies, the idea of fitting a

computer into a single room was science fiction. Today, they are carried in

pockets. Subsequent work has of course long since superseded Delgado's early

techniques. None of us knows the full extent of research and experimentation

that has been carried out since then. There is little doubt, however, that

lavishly funded covert experimentation - unrestrained by peer review or the need

for legal controls - has achieved far more rapid progress than scientists

working legitimately. The interest in this area by the U.S. and Russian military

now dates back more than 30 years. It is the most secretive of all the U.S.

intelligence and military covert projects and it is quite likely to represent

the biggest development in military technology since the splitting of the atom.

As a minimum, every citizen of every country should be warned of patterns of

activity by the security services which point to resurgent mind control

experimentation and major civil rights abuses. Any study of the past fifty years

of illicit covert intelligence operations indicates that we usually only learn

of them, if at all, decades too late. How much has still been hidden from our

scrutiny? If the intelligence agencies have succeeded in any of their mind

control aims outlined here, the social and political implications are literally


It is worth remembering the 'cone of silence' which descends over abductees.  The ostracisation they feel, and the stigma.  No amount of proof seems to be adequate and as Jill Tarter/Jodi Foster says in Contact "there are no words" which can summarize the experience.


In summary, despite ten years of research, I have like many others been unable (due to a lack of data) to conclusively distinguish whether this phenomenon is technological, spiritual or dimensional.  It’s one option to conclude that maybe it is all three: ‘Gods’ (aliens, or advanced others) using technology who have retired to another dimension or space.


Therefore when reading dangerous propagandistic information or disinformation such as the passage below, do remember the old adage that ‘love conquers all’.

There is a theory about ‘mind over matter’ to explore, and it is true that scary stories can damage your health.  The fear of a possible enemy of enormous power who can influence your intuitive gut responses in a split second by remote device is debilitating – and the World is full of enough fear already.  Western societies may feel themselves to be more sophisticated and advanced, but in reality we are wracked by petty anxieties and much too eager to terminate others for stupid reasons.  Say an advanced race came down and tried to get a word in.  Western top brass would send out fear responses feeling themselves to be threatened, and therefore attack.  Jesus (as powerful metaphore) would say ‘be as a little child’ and so we have in Close Encounters of the Third Kind (the movie by Spielberg 1977, same year as Star Wars) the response of the boy child who runs towards the terrifying aliens calling ‘toys!’  His curiosity and hopeful expectations of brand newness free his mind to be open to the reception of a beneficial experience.


This advanced race of beings would have a head start on us by quite a considerable amount, and would have highly developed communications systems.  It is possible that Tesla and others were fed information in order to help us to interact and learn new dialogues by cerebral transactions with these advanced others, over vast distances (radio and microwaves).  That may be the reason why the American/Western Agencies and Russians delved into the sordid world of mind control, but like the Nazi’s they seem to have forgotten that in violating other people’s human rights (respecting human rights means seeking permission and not abusing those in a weaker position) they became more devilish and more evil than any aliens so far encountered.  There is no worse trauma than feeling one’s mind is not one’s own and that even personal head space has been invaded by persons unknown. – Victims of physical trauma know how important it is to maintain personal moral integrity, to retain freedom to choose, to have a personal self to retreat into.


So is mind control: a myth to scare us into submission; a weapon of war to kill opponents with; or a developmental tool for conscious expansion of the intellect much like the Krill devices in Forbidden Planet which expand the capacity for thought?

Fear is a perception, and Human Beings have freedom to choose, so the way that you perceive things is up to you.

When it comes to self-empowerment many people look to new age theories and tried and tested ancient philosophies for guidance.  Therefore it is worthwhile considering clearing one's chakras for well being and a healthy state of mind.  Chakras are wheels of energy which suggest a divine design in the body, an interdimensional, spiritual engineering system which are visualized by the practitioner in order to harmonize the whole mind, body and spirit connection.  An expert in this field is Doreen Virtue, Ph.D.  In her 1998 book 'Chakra Clearing: Awakening your Spiritual Power to Know and Heal' she says:

"The sixth and seventh chakras are inside your head, just above your left and right ears.  Resting at a 30-degree angle, the ear chakras radiate a beautiful shade of reddish-violet. {The colour of the lights in overground train doors used to be at the end of the carriage}

Clean ear chakras look like sparkling maroon jewels, mingled with flashes of white and pale violet.  Dirty ear chakras look opaque, with no light coming through them. They are muddy and dark colored.

The ear chakras relate to your thoughts and feelings about:

- Divine communication: your reluctance or desire to hear the voice of God and the spiritual realm.

- What you hear or have heard: mentally replaying loving or fear-based phrases in your mind, unforgiveness toward someone who seems to have verbally abused you, negative or positive messages that you have picked up from the media, the content and energy of music, and noises in your environment.

Ear chakras are an important element in developing clairaudience, which means "clear hearing."  Clairaudience allows you to clearly hear the voice of God, your higher self, angels, and ascended masters such as Jesus, Quan Yin, Buddha, Moses, Krishna, and Mohammed.  Ear chakras most often become clogged if we hold unforgiveness toward a person who said something that felt painful to hear.  They also become black, dirty, and shrunken if we fear hearing God's guidance for any reason."

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Photo from the Metro paper 22/05/07   A civilian police drone derived from military devices.  Note the goggles enabling the police to see what the drone sees, for remote surveillance.  Merseyside police micro drone