Synopsis Van OPERATION MIND CONTROL

OPERATION MIND CONTROL: THE CRYPTOCRACY’S PLAN TO PSYCHOCIVILIZE YOU “a synopsis” By W.H. BOWARTNotes on this synopsis: Bowart’s 1st release of Operation Mind Conrol was back in 1978. In an interview, in1995 [ Richardson, TX] Walter said, “It went into print and made it to the where houses (we think) few made itto the book stores – I got paid nice of them, to pay me for what they took.” — Then Mr. Bowart wenton to other books and a life of a pretty hip journalist – one of the few people that Frank Zappa gave an interviewto! Many say Bowart forgot more than most now know! About the Format –These are e-mail down loads, thatI later cleaned up for this format.Amicus humani generis,Eric HeimstadtDate: Thu, 24 Aug 1995 00:52:21 +0000 From: Freedom of Thought Foundation Subject: (Fwd) OPERATION MINDCONTROL-2OPERATION MIND CONTROL: THE CRYPTOCRACY’S PLAN TO PSYCHOCIVILIZE YOUBy W.H. BOWARTIn response to demand here is a synopsis of W.H. Bowart’s seminal work without notes, illustrations and additional material.This synopsis is composed of the first few paragraphs ( some abridged) of each of the 42 chapters of Operation Mind Control,the “Limited Researcher’s Edition” which has been published in a numbered edition of 500 copies signed by the author.1 THE CRYPTORIAN CANDIDATEIt may have been the biggest story since the atom bomb. The headline, however, was smalland ignored the larger issue. “Drug Tests by CIA Held More Extensive Than Reported in ’75,”said the New York Times on July 16, 1977. What it should have said is “U.S. DevelopsInvisible Weapons to Enslave Mankind.”The testing of drugs by the CIA was just a part of the United States government’s top-secretmind-control project, a project which had spanned thirty-five years and had involved tens ofthousands of individuals. It involved techniques of hypnosis, narco-hypnosis, electronic brainstimulation, behavioral effects of ultrasonic, microwave, and low-frequency sound, aversiveand other behavior modification therapies. In fact, there was virtually no aspect of humanbehavioral control that was not explored in their search for the means to control the memoryand will of both individuals and whole masses of people…2 ONLY ONE MIND FOR MY COUNTRYThrough the gray waters of amnesia he drifted, coming back from blind coma. First theechoes, like electronically amplified voices speaking from a deep, deep well… then, far off,the dim pink molecules of light… David’s body lay still in the military hospital bed. Only hiseyes rolled beneath the lids. For several hours he lay that way, perfectly still — just eyesfluttering. The fluttering became more intense. Then his eyes opened. “When I woke up,”David said, “I couldn’t remember anything. I couldn’t remember how I’d gotten there or why Iwas in the hospital.” He asked nurses and aides why he was there. They told him he’d have toask his doctor. When David finally saw him, the doctor said, “You tried to commit suicide…”3 THE MIND LAUNDRY MYTHDavid’s own assessment of his mental confusion after his air force experience was that he hadnot been “brainwashed.” By the time David had his mind controlled, “brainwashing” hadbecome a catchall phrase, but what David had suffered was a much more subtle and hideousform of tyranny. George E. Smith was a POW during the early days of the Vietnam War.Unlike David, George did not have a good education. It can even be said that he was a littlenaive, and therefore a good candidate for brainwashing of both the American and the NLF(Viet Cong) varieties. He was one of the first of the Green Berets captured in the Vietnamconflict in 1963… 4 WITHOUT KNOWLEDGE OR CONSENT”I can hypnotize a man — without his knowledge or consent — into committing treason againstthe United States,” boasted Dr. George Estabrooks in the early 1940s. Estabrooks, chairmanof the Department of Psychology at Colgate University, was called to Washington by the WarDepartment shortly after Pearl Harbor. Since he was the ranking authority on hypnosis at thetime, they wanted his opinion on how the enemy might be planning to use hypnotism. “Twohundred trained foreign operators, working in the United States,” Estabrooks told the militaryleaders, “could develop a uniquely dangerous army of hypnotically controlled SixthColumnists…5 HOLY ACID WARSIn 1951, a former naval officer described “a secret” of certain military and intelligenceorganizations. He called it “Pain-Drug-Hypnosis” and said it “is a vicious war weapon andmay be of considerably more use in conquering a society than the atom bomb. This is noexaggeration. The extensiveness of the use of this form of hypnotism in espionage work isnow so widespread that it is long past the time when people should have become alarmedabout it… Pain-Drug- Hypnosis is a wicked extension of narcosynthesis, the drug hypnosisused in America only during and since the last war…” That naval officer was none other thanL. Ron Hubbard. Before the war an explorer and prolific science fiction writer he went on tofound one of America’s fastest growing if controversial religions, Scientology. (In anexchange of letters, Hubbard told me that he had written a book called Excaliber which hadbeen stolen. The information in the book, he said, had all been subsequently published in hismany other books. Excaliber, was, he intimated, the guts of what would be published asDianetics, a work which takes all the mind control insights Hubbard was exposed to both inhis travels in the east and in Naval Intelligence, and applies them to empower the human spirit– the exact opposite of mind control as it came to be. He was subsequently kidnapped, and ofcourse we know that he, and The Church of Scientology were hounded by the governmentmuch as others like Willhelm Reich had been hounded, for spreading the truth abouttechnologies which may have the potential to liberate, rather than enslave. Several years afterHubbard’s death, The Church of Scientology was granted, in 1993, official recognition by theInternal Revenue Service. It finally granted them the tax-deductible status which run-of-the-mill religious groups have little trouble obtaining.)..6 THE GUINEA PIG ARMYIn June, 1975, it was revealed publicly for the first time what many had suspected — that theCIA and a number of government agencies under its direction had actually been givingbehavior-influencing drugs to citizens within the United States for more than twenty years. Iwas in Washington at the time, searching the catalogue card files at the National TechnicalInformation Service. A previous search by friends in military intelligence of the M.I.Classified Index had revealed nothing but peripheral references to the object of my study:government research in drugs, hypnosis, behavior modification, and related subjects. TheNTIS file is supposed to contain a complete numerical listing of all government contracts, bycontract number, whether or not they are classified. The contract cards were indeed numberedin consecutive order, but the ones I was looking for were missing; the index simply skippedover them and continued on in numerical sequence. Other cards in the index were marked”classified,” and I would not have been able to obtain the papers to which they referred. Butthe reports I was looking for were not even cited in the index, although references to them inscientific journals indicated that they had once existed. Classified or not, these documents hadbeen removed from the record… 7 THE MKULTRANSFollowing the release of the Rockefeller Report, John D. Marks, author and former staffassistant to the State Department Intelligence Director, filed a Freedom of Information Actappeal on behalf of the Center for National Security Studies requesting documentation fromthe CIA. I filed an identical request at about the same time. Marks and I both requesteddocumentation for the evidence cited in the Rockefeller Report on the CIA’s mind-controlactivities conducted within the United States. Seven months later, Marks was given more than2,000 pages of top-secret and “eyes only” documents by the CIA’s Information ReviewCommittee. A short time later I began to receive what Marks had gotten. These pages weresaid to be the bulk of the information upon which the Rockefeller Commission had based itsreport. Exempted from release were portions of or entire documents which containedinformation said by CIA officials to pertain to “intelligence sources and methods which theDirector of the Central Intelligence has the responsibility to protect from unauthorizeddisclosure pursuant to section 102 (d) (3) of the National Security Act of 1947.” But in thephoto-copied pages obtained was a statement to the effect that within a few hours of hisresignation (forced by the disclosures of the Watergate and Church Committees), DirectorRichard Helms ordered the records shredded and burned…8 THE MATA HARI OF MIND CONTROLCandy Jones was a sex symbol during World War II. Born Jessica Wilcox, with her catchystage name and shapely legs she rose to a standing second only to Betty Grable as America’smost popular pinup girl. She was a favorite of the troops at the front, and she felt it a duty toentertain them near the battlefields. After her advertised beauty faded and she could no longerserve to raise the morale of the troops with her appearance, she served her country in anotherway. She served under MKULTRA as a hypno-programmed CIA courier for twelve years.While on a USO tour in the Pacific in 1945 Candy contracted a case of undulant fever and,shortly thereafter, malaria. On top of that, she caught the contagious fungus known as “jungleRot.” Within a week, her hair had begun to fall out, and her complexion had turned a sicklyyellow. The combination of these diseases sent her to a military hospital in Manila, where shemet a young medical officer whom she identifies only by the pseudonym “Gilbert Jensen.”Later, he would offer her the opportunity to become a CIA courier…9 THE STORY OF ODue to the volatile nature of the information contained in her story, I am withholding thisvictim’s identity. The evidence is still being uncovered. Others are coming forward withcorroborating information. While details of her testimony is still being checked, we do know,that what she describes in her story is entirely possible, so, from the perspective of students ofmind control this story has great value as it is here presented. Future editions may containmore. We’ll call her O. She was born in 1957. Her first memories are of being suffocated byher father’s penis in what was to be a childhood of continual sexual abuse. After six years of”deprogramming” with Mark Phillips, O has come to reintegrate her fragmented personalityand has gained access to most of the shocking memories of her abuse by, among others, highgovernment officials…10 MINDWARIn 1981, Major Michael A. Aquino collaborated with Colonel Paul E. Vallely to produce apaper entitled From PSYOP to MindWar: The Psychology of Victory. The paper wassubmitted to Military Review and Parameter, the publication of the U.S. Army War College.It was widely circulated among the psyop community and among mind control researcherswithout a copyright notice. Finally it appeared in its entirety in Milton WIlliam Cooper’sBehold A Pale Horse, a 1991 work that deals largely with the question of Unidentified FlyingObjects. LTC John Alexander’s Military Review article in support of “psychotronics” –

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