By Sean Casteel
The stock wisdom is that for any government to succeed, it needs to win the “hearts and minds” of its people. Leaving aside the sentimental overtones of “hearts,” perhaps the biggest struggle is to win the MINDS of the people – not by persuasion but by force. That leads us to the ugly term “mind control,” which is the primary focus of the new, expanded, and revised “The Controllers,” recently published by Timothy Green Beckley and his Global Communications publishing house.
There are many elements to this book. Almost every conspiracy you could think of is tackled. The basic concept is that there is an outside intelligence operating behind almost everything we do, plotting against us even before we awake in the morning. Beckley draws on his pool of writers and researchers – namely the mysterious Commander X, Tim R. Swartz, William Kern, and Beckley himself – to produce an engrossing study of the subject of mind control as perpetrated by both human and alien oppressors of mankind.
A NAVY INSIDER PREDICTS A COSMIC PICTURE SHOW
There are many “false flags” and disinformation programs being thrown at
us. William Kern accuses various government agencies of collusion in a program called “Project Blue Beam,” a deception intended to take captive the minds of people throughout the world by methods that may surprise you. Kern spent 20 years in the U.S. Navy and takes belief and non-belief in the UFO phenomenon very seriously, though he is not at liberty to divulge most of what he knows. Kern nevertheless describes what he thinks Project Blue Beam is all about.
“The basic purpose of Project Blue Beam,” Kern writes, “is to establish a New Age religion in the world. According to conspiracy theorists, without the universal belief in a New Age religion, the success of the New World Order will be impossible.”
The United Nations and NASA are two of the entities named by Kern as conspiring to bring this massive deception to life. According to Kern, there is a four-step plan laid out and waiting to be implemented “In the first step,” Kern explains, “the government will fake earthquakes at precise locations all around the planet. The widespread occurrence of natural disasters will sow fears in the minds of the general public and pave the way for step two of the project.”
Step two marks the real beginning of Project Blue Beam.
“This step involves a gigantic space show,” Kern continues, “where three dimensional projections will be used to project holograms in the skies all around the globe. As per theorists, the projections will be made in the shape of particular deities which are dominant in particular regions. At the end of this gigantic cosmic show, all the projected gods will merge into one sole entity, ‘The Antichrist.’” Even comparatively mundane UFO sightings are said to be figments created by Project Blue Beam, intended as a method of checking the efficiency of their projecting hardware.
Step three is the most complicated phase of Project Blue Beam.
“In this phase,” Kern writes, “using Telepathic Electronic Two-Way Communication, authorities will make people think that God is talking to them directly. Extremely Low Frequency waves will be used to manipulate the thoughts of the general public. However, the feasibility of the successful completion of this phase still remains a dilemma.”
In step four, people will be led to believe that a global alien invasion is imminent and that accepting the New World Order is the only way to be saved. A falsified Second Coming and a technologically faked Rapture are also part of the overall blueprint for enslaving the minds of all humankind.
THE SUPERMODEL’S SECRET LIFE
Another kind of mind control is discussed by Tim R. Swartz in a chapter called “Mental Armageddon: The Quest For Mind Control.” Swartz begins by
giving us the history of an unfortunate victim named Candy Jones – whom publisher Tim Beckley knew very well, being a frequent guest on her all-night talk show when she took over for her late husband, Long John Nebel, who died of cancer.
“Candy Jones was a woman who seemed to have it all,” Swartz writes. “She was a successful model who owned her own modeling agency. She was a popular author who wrote such books as ‘Make Your Name in Modeling and Television” and ‘Candy Jones’ Complete Book of Beauty and Fashion.’ She was married to Long John Nebel, the country’s most listened to late-night talk show host, who broadcast on New York radio station WOR. However, it soon became apparent to her new husband that Candy’s world was far more complex than even she could ever imagine.”
Nebel became aware that Candy suffered from insomnia and that there were abrupt changes in her usual congenial disposition. Candy told Nebel that years before their marriage she had been approached by the FBI and asked if she would allow them to use her office as a mail drop. She had said yes, and also agreed to deliver mail for the FBI when traveling on business because she thought it was her patriotic duty. She had no idea what she was getting into.
While under hypnosis, which Nebel had suggested would help her insomnia, Candy began speaking in another voice that identified herself as
“Arlene Grant.” This second personality revealed that Jones had once delivered a package for the FBI to a doctor in Oakland, California. The doctor, known by the pseudonym of “Gilbert Jensen,” offered her money to allow him to hypnotize her, and she accepted because she was recently divorced and nearly broke at the time. Afterwards, Jensen told Jones that the hypnosis had not worked, but the Arlene personality told Nebel that it had.
“Under hypnosis,” Swartz goes on, “Jensen told Candy that she was to be a messenger for the CIA in a secret unit whose employees were not listed in headquarters records. Jensen said she needed a passport under an assumed
name, as she would sometimes travel abroad. The name she chose was Arlene Grant. In order to serve, she needed to be in top health and was given injections of vitamins. But rather than vitamins, Jones was given drugs designed to bring out and reinforce the Arlene personality.”
When she assumed the Arlene personality, Jones wore a dark wig and changed her style of dress and her speaking tone. Arlene was supposedly sent to training camps where she learned to kill with her bare hands, a hatpin or anything else that was handy. The Arlene personality could be triggered by a telephone call with particular sounds, and, after the mission was completed, the normal personality remembered nothing. These missions frequently involved world travel to deliver messages. Jones was once even subjected to torture at a seminar at CIA headquarters as a means of demonstrating the psychiatrist’s control over his subjects.
As crazy as all this sounds, Swartz contends that there is some evidence to support the story. Candy told Joe Vergara, her editor at Harper and Row, that she sometimes worked for a government agency as a courier and might disappear occasionally. There was also a letter she wrote to her attorney, William Williams, to cover herself in case she died or disappeared suddenly or under unusual circumstances; she told him she was not free to reveal exactly what she was involved in. Also, a passport was discovered among Jones’ possessions that had been issued under the name Arlene Grant. The photo showed Jones wearing a dark wig. Freedom of Information Act requests have revealed that the CIA does have a substantial file on Jones but refuses to release any part of it. Jones died of cancer in 1990 at the age of sixty-four. Meanwhile, there are other cases with similarities to Jones’ story. The disturbing question is, how many other innocent victims of hypnotic manipulation are unknowingly being used to further someone else’s secret agenda?
The recordings of Jones’ hypnosis sessions were published in a 1974 book
called “The Control of Candy Jones” by Donald Bain. At the time, tales of CIA mind control and brainwashing were considered the stuff of espionage fiction. “However, since then,” Swartz writes, “new revelations on mind control experiments have been uncovered showing that not only the CIA but intelligence agencies all over the world have been pursuing mind control programs and the ultimate control of the human mind.”
THE MILITARY AND MIND CONTROL
Swartz also provides a history of the military’s interest in mind control in a section of his chapter called “Cleansing of the Mind.” “Most of human history,” Swartz writes, “has been a series of efforts by some people to control what other people think. The notion that the human mind could be influenced by an outside source was popularized by Edward Hunter in his 1951 book ‘Brainwashing in Red China.’ During the Korean War, American prisoners renounced their citizenship in radio broadcasts and many signed confessions against American interests, including charges, still debated today, that the United States was engaged in germ warfare with anthrax. For Americans to abandon their ideals, the Communists must have devised some nefarious new means of thought control – or so it was thought.”
Hunter suggested that a new process of indoctrination had been developed
by the Chinese Communists and that they had discovered an intense manipulation process that had the insidious power to actually alter the mental outlook of those who fell victim to it. “Brainwashing” was Hunter’s version of the Chinese term “hsi-nao,” loosely translated as “cleansing of the mind.” Hunter wrote that the word “brainwashing” had a more “flesh-and-blood” quality than a more clinical alternative, “menticide,” which means “murder of the mind.” “At the end of the war,” Swartz recounts, “it was determined that some of the primary methods used on American prisoners included sleep deprivation and other intense psychological manipulations designed to break down the autonomy of individuals.”
Programming certain American servicemen to renounce their country provided some propaganda benefits. It also helped to keep prisoners docile and easier to guard.
ALONG CAME JONES
Swartz offers up the possibility that modern research and experiments in the field of mind control go back as far (and probably farther) as World War II. Shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the War Department in Washington summoned George Estabrooks, chairman of the Department of Psychology at Colgate University, to consult with him about the possible use of hypnosis as a weapon of war.
Estabrooks reportedly told the War Department that he believed that one in five adult humans is capable of being placed in a trance so deep that they will have no memory of it. They could be hypnotized secretly by using a “disguised” technique and given a post-hypnotic suggestion. Using this method, a dual personality could be created, a perfect double agent with an unshakable cover.
In a 1971 article in “Science Digest,” Estabrooks detailed how he “programmed” American spies with hypnosis. During World War II, he hypnotized a Marine lieutenant named Jones and split his personality into Jones A and Jones B. Jones A, once a “normal” working Marine, became entirely different. He began to spout communist doctrine quite sincerely and was welcomed by communist cells. He was deliberately given a dishonorable discharge by the Corps (who was aware of the plot) and became a card-carrying Communist Party member. However, Jones B, while under hypnosis, had been carefully coached by suggestion.
“Jones B was the deeper personality,” Swartz continues, “and knew all the thoughts of Jones A. Jones B was a loyal American and was imprinted to say
nothing during conscious phases. All Estabrooks had to do was hypnotize the whole man, get in touch with Jones B, the loyal American, and there was a pipeline straight into the communist camp. The technique worked beautifully, according to Estabrooks. This amazing admission by Estabrooks on the use of hypnosis to create the perfect spy or soldier shows that the human mind can be easily harnessed for the purposes of others. It is hard to believe that even more sophisticated techniques for hypnotic mind control have not been perfected in the years since those early experiments.”
MIND CONTROL OF THE NONHUMAN KIND
Not all mind control is the result of human cloak-and-dagger machinations. “The Controllers” also presents information on mind control as perpetrated by creatures we might call “paranormal.”
One example would be the work of Richard Shaver, a Pennsylvania autoworker who heard “voices” through his welding gun and would come to write at great length about underground beings, their control of surface society, and the constant war against humanity being waged by a sinister group of subterranean dwellers he identified as “the Dero,” which stood for “degenerate robot.”
In spite of laughter and scorn, Shaver stuck to his guns throughout his life, telling those who would listen about the reality of these savage inner “eartherians” whom, Shaver insisted, actually kidnapped thousands of humans each year, kept them in small cages, controlled their minds through ancient ray machines, had all manner of perverted, and unthinkable, sex with their captives, and even ate the flesh right off the bones of their kidnapped victims. Shaver believed that the Dero hope to gain mastery of the surface and are able to control the minds of many world leaders to force them to commit inhuman acts against their own citizens, including starting large-scale wars. No one is safe from the Dero, Shaver said. He also believed that much of what we call the UFO phenomenon is actually a matter of ships coming from the interior of the Earth (as opposed to outer space) or illusionary projections created by the Dero ray machines in the caverns down below.
Interwoven throughout “The Controllers” are stories of the alien abductors popularized by writers like Whitley Strieber and the late Budd Hopkins. It was Hopkins who coined the term “screen memories” to describe how an abductee’s mind has the true conscious recollection of whatever the encounter consisted of, which is often repellent and horrifying, replaced by a more “acceptable” memory that makes the abductee feel safe and non-violated.
This ability to control the thoughts and memories of their chosen human subjects is attributed to the ubiquitous gray aliens and the less frequently seen reptilian/serpentine aliens. This complete level of control may be achieved through the use of so-called “alien implants,” particularly implants inserted through the nasal passages on up into the brain. Such devices have been seen in MRI scans of the brain, as in the case of Whitley Strieber, but are located in places that make surgical removal impossible.
When faced with all the evidence for both human and alien mind control, there are those who dream of somehow resisting “The Controllers” by any means necessary. Then there are others who believe that struggling against the superior powers and technologies of the mind-controlling entities is a futile effort, as well as being a lonely kind of combat that the majority of our fellows will not even acknowledge is real. And if we cannot trust our thoughts to be our own, we can only hope that some vestige of the truth is still contained within them. For those open to a “paranoid” history of our Earth and its many counterfeit races, this is a must-read for you. The Illuminati is fair game as is the New World Order and any other secret society – planetary or interplanetary – that wants to enslave humankind – thus the title, “The Controllers.”
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