MKULTRA Mind Control How it Affects You | podcast


In this episode we discuss the government’s MKULTRA project for mind control under the CIA and the military Dept of Defense that claims to have abandoned in 1973. But we have documents of its experimentation on citizens in society and suspect aspects of it still occur. MKUltra morphed into other mind control programming like Monarch, which certain programs developed such as “Alice in Wonderland.”

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MKULTRA became a project of the CIA and military in which conducted experimental mind control on subjects to test the tolerance of the mind under certain circumstances. The excuse was analysis of victims to extract information, but it branched to various Subprojects in which these experiments extended.

At the end of WWII Alan Dulles signed off on Project MKUltra in a “Battle for the minds of men.” An operation of the CIA to carry out behavior modification and mind control experimentation on citizens testing what stimulates the brain and how far the mind can push before breaking.

It carried over from Nazi scientists who used practices conducted for Germany, shared with the U.S. During Operation Paperclip where the German scientists would take on American names under the CIA to continue experiments shared with American scientists for the U.S. Military and Department of Defense. Started under Project Artichoke and Bluebird it became the MKULTRA project.

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The Allan Memorial Institute, also known as “The Allan”, is a former psychiatric hospital and research institute located at 1025 Pine Avenue West in Montreal, Quebec originally funded by the Rockefellers. Taking on a mansion called Ravenscrag. It currently houses outpatient psychiatric services for Montreal General Hospital, part of the McGill University Health Centre.

But previously it was the site of mind control experimentation undertaken at the Institute between 1957 and 1964 by its founding director, Donald Ewen Cameron under Subproject 68 of the CIA’s Project MKUltra; an initiative to develop drug-induced mind control, shock treatment with electrodes, and trauma-abuse torture. in which studies conducted to test the mind and learn the threshold of tolerance it would take before breaking.

Cameron became known worldwide as the first chairman of the World Psychiatric Association as well as president of both the American Psychiatric Association and the Canadian Psychiatric Association.

“Science meets technological witchcraft”

The scope of Project MKUltra was broad, with research undertaken at more than 80 institutions, including colleges and universities, hospitals, prisons, and pharmaceutical companies. The CIA operated using front organizations, although sometimes top officials at these institutions were aware of the CIA’s involvement.

Used to conduct mind control experiments to fragment the mind and create alternative subjects from one person in order to carry out certain missions under a hypnotic alter mind that is controlled through triggers by a handler. Also using sleep deprivation to cause delusions and feed them outlandish stories about seeing ghosts, hearing voices, and being visited by aliens that years after the experiment continued a belief in the victim’s mind.

Project MKUltra was first brought to public attention in 1975 by the Church Committee of the United States Congress and Gerald Ford’s United States President’s Commission on CIA activities within the United States (also known as the Rockefeller Commission) said to have already ceased by 1973.

While MKULTRA appears to have been abandoned, the funding went to other extended programs such as Monarch, conducted on Illuminati families and those of the entertainment industry.

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