My friend George Ann Hughes of the Byte Show sent me the following interesting article about the most recent discoveries of neurophysiology:

Some things ARE sacred: Scientists find beliefs that we won't 'sell out' are kept in a different part of the brain Read more:

What intrigues me here are the possibilities such a discovery offers to the elite. Consider the following statements from the article:

"The Emory University researchers used magnetic resonance scanners to monitor brain activity while they offered people money to turn against previous statements they had made about their beliefs.

"Unsurprisingly, people were happy to accept sums up to $100 to turn their backs on statements such as 'I am a tea drinker.'

"But more political statements such as 'I support gay marriage' aroused a different reaction.

"People could - and did - opt out of the auction process for 'selling out' beliefs."

The idea that such areas of the brain can be mapped with magnetic resonance imaging to my mind opens up the possibility, suggested by mind control researchers, and indeed, by myself in various books (See my Babylon's Banksters, and Genes, Giants, Monsters, and Men) that electromagnetic means of behavior modification were indeed covertly perfected by the CIA and other agencies working in black projects. Mapping such areas of the brain might conceivably enable such technologies to target specific areas of the brain for specific behavior modification.

This would afford the elites yet another powerful tool for the alchemical and transhumanist transformation of man; it would be the ultimate tool in the psychotronic warchest enabling the psychological engineering of society, sort of like Dr. Jose Delgado or Zbgnw Brzznsk's technetronic society on steroids. And if you think the elite weren't paying attention to this little development, think again, for the article informs us that:

The results were published in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society.

You remember the Royal Society...yea, those guys way back when that were Masons and alchemists that founded a kind of scientific club? the ones who recently suppressed scientific concerns about the effects of genetically modified food(see William F. Engdahl, Seeds of Destruction and Marie-Monique Robin,  The World According to Monsanto). The ability to alter beliefs that individuals hold sacred, namely the field of ethical or moral action, would bring us one step closer to the Manchurian Candidate.
Of course, all of this is wild speculation. But the problem is, if I can think of it, and you can think of it, then that means some madman in DARPA or Chase Manhattan (or both), has already thought of it.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. DaphneO on September 15, 2012 at 5:53 am

    Is it possible for you to delete the Daphne from your database so I can replace it pn my iPad with DaphneO? That way I would be able to use my paid subscription on the iPad.

    I would so appreciate this, as I’m gradually going through all the videos and would prefer to listen while I work rather than be stuck at my computer seat.

    If you’re too busy of course I understand.

  2. marcos anthony toledo on February 11, 2012 at 2:17 pm

    Manchurian Candidate how about Brave New World.

  3. MattB on February 8, 2012 at 11:46 pm

    “You can live a
    perfectly decent life not being Jewish,” says Charles Bronfman, “but I think
    you’re losing a lot — losing the kind of feeling you have when you know
    [that] throughout the world there are people who somehow or other have the
    same kind of DNA that you have.” (“Project Reminds Young Jews of Heritage,”
    The Washington Post, Jan. 17, 2000, p. A19)…


    • HAL838 on September 15, 2012 at 8:59 am


  4. Father Krespi on February 7, 2012 at 9:01 am

    Laboratory created electromagnetic means of behavioral modification are no match for Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, Venus, Mercury, The Sun, the Moon, Ketu and Rahu. These massive electromagnetic transmitters have the final say on our neurophysiology (actually our astral body) and our belief system. Science may be able to get us to buy a certain brand of soda or even manipulate us into rioting in the streets, but they could never override the cosmic blueprint of our belief system which is transmitted to us by the Planets and Stars and is the fabric of our astral body– the overseer of our neurophysical body.

    You have to know astrology. If you except that there is such a thing as Consciousness, then Astrology is the premiere science of Consciousness. To study science without astrology, it is like studying the body and not the soul or looking at a great painting and only studying the chemistry of its pigments. It is very limited. It is the original and foremost of all the outer and inner sciences. You can measure a civilization by the development of their astrology. Clearly, we are currently in the dark ages.

    ps. And by astrology I do not mean the superficial western astrology that is for public consumption. By astrology I mean Vedic astrology otherwise known as Jyotish– the science of light..

  5. Nidster - on February 6, 2012 at 8:31 am

    A living example of a Manchurian Candidate would be the current POTUS. Wild speculation? No.

    • HAL838 on February 7, 2012 at 5:58 am

      I would agree with that.

    • spiritsplice on February 7, 2012 at 9:22 am

      More likely the previous pres.

  6. MattB on February 5, 2012 at 10:54 pm

    So does that mean atheists have some empty nihilistic voids in their brains? 🙂

    Where’s CQ when you need him?

  7. Jon Norris on February 5, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    “Of course, all of this is wild speculation. But the problem is, if I can think of it, and you can think of it, then that means some madman in DARPA or Chase Manhattan (or both), has already thought of it.”

    I would go even further – I would say that if they are releasing this information to the public, they are already decades beyond it. Given that the black project world tends to be at least 20-30 years ahead of declassified science, I would say that they are already using technology based on this.

    The prevalence of cell phone towers and drones with their multi-spectrum broadcast capabilities in conjunction with programs to monitor and analyze comments on social media sites, makes for a great lab to manipulate and test various technologies on us lab rats as a mass population. (Better stats that way…)

    Probably also a major reason for the move to digital medical records.(Fortunately, most of those records systems are so INCREDIBLY bad, the information coming out of them will be mostly crap, and will hamper their research efforts. Unfortunately, that same flaw will be killing us in record numbers before very long for the same reason….but at least the software companies will be profitable…)

  8. Robert Barricklow on February 5, 2012 at 10:51 am

    The struggle of man against power is
    the struggle of memory against forgetting.

    • Steve Campbell on February 5, 2012 at 11:06 am

      I like it.

    • HAL838 on February 7, 2012 at 6:00 am

      I’m a bit confused as to what “power” that would be
      if not by man, himself………(?)

      • Robert Barricklow on February 7, 2012 at 9:53 am

        How’s your memory HAL383?
        Sensitive issue?

        • Robert Barricklow on February 7, 2012 at 9:54 am

          Me Think’s I Protest too much HAL838!

      • spiritsplice on February 7, 2012 at 12:38 pm

        The infinite power of the medium, i.e. consciousness.

        • HAL838 on February 8, 2012 at 6:50 am

          And why should anyone be against THAT power?

          Only the insane pit themselves against THAT power,
          as they persue it as their own.

          • Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2012 at 12:33 pm

            Or for it, for that matter.

  9. HAL838 on February 5, 2012 at 9:33 am

    20th century tech, secret of course.
    Old news in that.

  10. paul degagne on February 5, 2012 at 7:12 am

    The paramount word here is “Might?” (this “might” be a sacred place in the brain — sort of a much needed reversal of the Miligram Studies (I may have mis-spelled Milgram?)

    If this logic holds – if there is a “Sacred Space in the Brain” then where is the nasty, evil location of the Brain? The Hobbesian space so much proclaimed to exist.
    how did humanity survive for so long if Hobbes isn’t biased? There must have been some form of minimum co-operation for humanity to have lasted so long. >>>>This reminds me of pictures of sic – cavemen fighting giant animals with clubs in life and death struggles/battles of hunger.

    Most of that is pure BOLDERDASH?

    Anthropologist found thousands of scattered bones of rabbits, squirrels and other similar sized-animal remains around Prehistoric European Campfires. The implications makes great sense to me for why hunt a prey that could EAT YOU INSTEAD!!))


    Now back to this might be a part of the brain… ?

    ( Might does not equal right —-Might equals Fright—ha, ha!)

    Aside from my acidic and sardonic humor — this space in the brain reminds me of a Jungian/type researcher (I forgot his name – he did studies on Islamic beliefs. I don’t know if he was an anthropologist? By the way there are some good Anthropological studies of Islamic Folkways done during the nineteen fifties that aren’t all that prejudged. Anyway, this researcher claimed a “Space of the !maginary” as a physic — Realm — yet to be found in the Brain?

    Perhaps, this part of a material brain mentioned is it?

    It all seems like Stories to me. Good stories but stories just the same.

    While i am on the topic of COULD BE stories how’s this – another good paragraph I recently read and would like to SHARE:

    “The dead have no power to guide — let alone monitor and
    correct — the conduct of the living. in a raw state, wie es ist
    eigentlich gewesen, their own lives could hardly teach; to be-
    come lessons, they first have to be made into stories (Shake-
    speare, unlike many other storytellers and even less their lis-
    teners, knew this when he made Hamlet, before dying, instruct
    his friend Horatio: “Tell my story”). The past does not inter-
    fere with the present directly: all interference is mediated by
    a story. What course that interference will ultimately take is
    decided on the battlefield of memory, where stories are the
    troops and storytellers are the shrewd or hapless commanders
    of the fighting forces. The lessons to be drawn from the past
    are the prime stakes of the battle.

    I hope you all MIGHT have a lovely MO(O)NDAY —this very DAY—TODAY!

    • Steve Campbell on February 5, 2012 at 10:36 am

      One needn’t need a sacred space in the [physical] brain if the holographic theory of reality is true. Consciousness is all-encompassing.

      If eternal life is real, then the dead do indeed have power to guide the conduct of the living.

      Memory is revealed consciousness from the eternal matrix of life…perhaps.

      “Of course, all of this is wild speculation. But the problem is, if I can think of it, and you can think of it, then that means some madman in DARPA or Chase Manhattan (or both), has already thought of it.”

      “The cult of evil is a reality—by whatever means we may seek to explain it. Evil exists; it is impossible to doubt it. We can do good or evil. There are beings who voluntarily do evil….There are also beings who love evil.” — “Histoire de la Magie,” 1860. — Page 182, “From the Temple to the Talmud” by Dr. Harrell Rhome

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