THE MIND CONTROL-TRANSHUMANISM SCRAPBOOK: BRAIN TO BRAIN INTERFACESJuly 2, 2014
If you've been following the USA's "Brain project" or Europe's "Human Brain Project", there's more disturbing news regarding the oligarchs' intentions to control everything, including one's thoughts. When Dr. Scott D deHart and I were writing Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, we mentioned the case of experiments being on on laboratory rats and mice. Mice, whose brains had been implanted with computer chips, were trained to run a maze, and then the chip, and this memory, was removed, and the chip implanted into mice which had not learned to run the maze. The result? The mice which had not learned how to run the maze, were able to do so without any prior experience once the chip from the mice who had learned to do so were implanted in it.
Thus far, we've been dealing with chip-and-brain interfaces. But now consider this news:
Note what the real goal is: direct brain-to-brain interface:
"One of many areas that is advancing quickly is the ability to connect brains to computers (Brain Computer Interface/BCI), and brains to one another (Brain to Brain Interface/BBI). As we covered in July of last year, Harvard researchers established brain-to-brain control between a human and a lab rat that enabled a human thought to trigger movement in the rat's tail ... wirelessly using ultrasound.
"If that wasn't disturbing enough, a human-to-human remote link via Internet was established just a couple of months later. A researcher was able to control the hand movements of a person jacked in to the "brain net" in a completely different building (video below)."
And of course, the Diabolically Apocalyptic Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is involved as well:
"But the idea of literally synchronizing human thought into a form of artificial telepathy also could be used to create forced conformity. We have certainly seen a push by both government and Big Pharma to redefine what type of behavior is "normal" or "acceptable" or "socially well adjusted" ... or even that "conspiracy theorists" might be mentally ill and/or dangerous.
"There has also been a disturbing emphasis placed on children and managing their "disorders." DARPA has solicited portable brain recording devices that could be put "in every classroom in America." Of course for only noble reasons:
“Having EEGs in every classroom in America”, say DARPA, would allow teachers to devise lesson plans using the devices to help children learn about the biology of “the brain and sensory systems”, by using these brain-to-computer interfaces (BCIs):
“Students could record their own brain activity and download the data to their iPad.”
The Agency also claims the devices could be worn by “average citizens”, which would crowd-source huge amounts of EEG data that could be analysed to advance the understanding of neuroscience.
"Sure, because DARPA never misuses technology."
All of this invites some high octane speculation, and in this instance, our high octane speculation concerns once again the theories of biologist Dr. Rupert Sheldrake. Sheldrake, you'll recall, theorizes that the mind and memory are not located in the brain, but rather are non-local phenomena which the brain accesses or "tunes into." And careful consideration of the quotations from the article will indicate that nothing in the techniques really contradicts this idea. The memory is a certain set of information. Consider, Sheldrake argues, the phenomenon of a species of monkey whose population is isolated on two different islands where the divided populations cannot access each other. A new behavior is learned on one island, and somehow seems almost instantly learned by the population of the species on another island, with no physical contact between the two.
So behind these brain projects, might it be possible that we are also looking at more secretive agendas and investigations, investigations into the hypothesized non-local nature of memory itself, such that, eventually, computer chips are not needed at all for that brain-to-brain interface? Well, given the prior and known interest of the intelligence community in things like remote viewing, I do not believe one should exclude this possibility.
See you on the flip side.