Yesterday, you'll recall, I blogged about the next "fad" in human-machine mergers: the "electroceutical". As I noted, the technology is being hyped in the manner to which we've all become accustomed when technocrats talk with glowing terms about the merger of man and machine: "just think of all the wonderful health benefits." Well, as the reader might have guessed, I remain rather cynical and skeptical about the touted health benefits. I offered the speculation that such technologies have all the Orwellian draconian promise of mind manipulation on an enormous scale. After all, it was the notorious Spanish "psychiatrist" Jose Delgado who dreamed of a "psychotronic control of man" via such brain implants, and demonstrated the potentials during a Spanish bullfight by stopping a charging bull, which had a brain implant, dead in its tracks by pushing a button on a remote control.

Such mind control topics are an unpleasant subject to discuss, and get short shrift in the lamestream media. In spite of this, on this website, I've tried to alert the readership to the alarming potentials of such technology by the occasional blog. In the past, I've pointed out that there are technologies already being developed and patented, that allow an individual's thoughts to be remotely scanned and "read" and "translated," and technologies to do the exact opposite, to inject thoughts, moods, and ideas into an individual's brain, remotely. I've even noted, in this connection, that some are even proposing departments of "pre-crime" ala the Philip K. Dick thesis, epitomized in the Tom Cruise movie, Minority Report.

Sounds like science fiction, right?

Wrong, if the following RT article shared by Mr. S. is true:

MI5 ‘mind reading unit’ foils potential terrorist attacks

That's right, the United Kingdom's famous counter-intelligence unit, MI-5, has a "mind-reading" anti-terrorism unit:

Up to seven potential terror attacks across Britain have been uncovered and stopped over the past year by a special MI5 unit which reads the minds of would-be attackers, the agency says.

MI5's Behavioural Science Unit (BSU), made up of criminologists, psychologists and other academics, was launched in 2004 to analyse suspects’ behaviours to determine whether they are about to carry out an attack.

The BSU’s aim is to find out whether those flagged as potential threats are “talkers or walkers” – those who boast or those who are prepared to act, according to The Sunday Times.

People selected for surveillance are chosen through intelligence gathered from the agency’s network of informants, as well as from the public.

The experts then search for signs of unusual activity such as an “increasing sense of grievance, a desire to acquire skills and tactics – an attempt to identify material for their plans and logistical practice and trial runs.”

According to Neil, an Arabic and Norwegian speaker who has worked for the unit for six years, “it takes some doing to go from talking about carrying out a violent act like killing to actually doing it.”

"Now wait a minute," you'll say. "There's nothing here about mind-reading technologies whatsoever."

True enough, but what one does have here is a version of Dick's "department of pre-crime." But this unit is doing, as the unit's formal title suggests, "behavioral analysis", an analysis that comes down to "best guess." But now imagine coupling such a unit to the types of technologies we've blogged about on this site before: remote sensing of brainwaves, neural mapping that allows those waves to be "translated" into actual language and speech, and the reverse technology, remote manipulation of the brain by microwaves or "electroceuticals", and one gets the idea.

And this brings us to yet more high octane speculation, and how these technologies will be sold to the public as "beneficial": they will be sold as "counter-terrorism and security protection measures."   Just sign up to get your chip implant and help fight "the war on terror," and of course, if one does not go along with the program, why, one must ipso facto have at least "bad intentions" if not be an "outright terrorist threat." And besides, of course, there's all those wonderful "health benefits" that I blogged about yesterday.

We've all seen the stories about universities in Japan and California mapping the brain with a great deal of accuracy, and even to a certain extent being able to read and "translate" brain waves. We've seen the stories about microwave manipulation of an individual's thoughts and moods from a distance and even the ability to project voices into an individual's mind and thoughts. And of course, we have Mr. Obama's massive "brain project" to map the human brain.

I submit there's an agenda behind all of this folks...

...and it's not benign.

See you on the flip side...

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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. Blue Dragon Lord on August 18, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    Mapping the entire human well no two are like other than general areas which is already known surly so if it is then to find out why humans only used ten percent of their brain then the answer is simple the unused DNA strands which is also unused is around ninety percent.

    Now as that is time sensitive with those short life spans of humans as they only kick into action at around two hundred years then again at four hundred years when they can handle the upgrades.

    Well as none have worked that out it is therefore a pointless activity but does explain a lot as they had not worked that much out yet interesting but still true as it happens.

  2. BAS on August 17, 2016 at 8:07 pm

  3. marcos toledo on August 17, 2016 at 10:17 am

    Always fearing the next slave revolt if these thieves weren’t always cheating the rest of us. They wouldn’t have to spy on us 24/7 Monday I bought a box toothpaste at Walgreen’s for one dollar 6oz now it’s 5.5oz same price half a once less. Same with juice 59oz instead of 64oz this with dumbing down campaign cheating across the board.

  4. goshawks on August 17, 2016 at 12:09 am

    “…the United Kingdom’s famous counter-intelligence unit, MI-5, has a ‘mind-reading’ anti-terrorism unit”

    Rather than fancy, gee-whiz electronica, I would propose that the ‘unit’ is simply using the Remote Viewing, which the CIA/DIA matured in the ‘Stargate’ program. Various operatives, including their ‘star’ Joseph McMoneagle, reported on the ability to move backwards and forwards in time in their Remote Viewing.

    All that it would take would be for MI-5 to have a photo of a subject and then have the Remote Viewer move forward in their timeline. If the Remote Viewer started to get ‘negative material’ around their subject, then target them for further (conventional) surveillance. If the Remote Viewer never got ‘negative material’ around their subject, then just keep a half-eye out. Simple…

    (The ‘Stargate’ program was obviously publicly-discredited to diffuse interest in the ESP aspects. You can bet that deep-black usage of these abilities has continued…)

    • Neru on August 17, 2016 at 1:06 am

      Are you assuming “remote viewing” is 100% accurate? That’s the big problem here. Who would like to go to prison because someone remote viewed your future!!

      • goshawks on August 17, 2016 at 2:16 pm

        Neru, go back and read my comment again, please. Remote Viewing was never said to be the ‘final arbiter’.

        RVing a subject (into his/her future) just gave a probability of whether further surveillance was warranted or not. After that, conventional means were to be used to monitor, collect evidence, and thwart attacks. Think of it as a ‘resource allocation’ tool.

        Given this, of course, every means is to be used to denigrate Remote Viewing to the lay public…

  5. Ba on August 16, 2016 at 8:19 pm

    Ah. I’ve experienced it. The mind reading, the cat monitoring. Total surveillance – and much much more. Everything they bring to the news today has been done and around for 10-60 years now. People have no idea how very very dangerous this is – especially when controlled by a general SI AI instead of a human. It plays unremitting hardball. We’re in for some interesting times. Preparation is not an option. And it’s why no one in government is responding to anything the public says.

  6. emlong on August 16, 2016 at 4:27 pm

    What’ll you bet that MI5 does what the FBI does over here – they entice and entrap potential “terrorists” (see above) and then claim they have super-duper predictive technology working for them. No, it is not mind reading – it is mind influencing. However, these self-appointed authorities would just love to have the public think they have super powers, and that we all should therefore be afraid – be very afraid. Nowhere to run. Nowhere to hide. Except that it is bullhockey.

  7. Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 11:54 am

    Yes ZDB
    What they accuse the Chinese of doing on the internet, is what is being done here, and elsewhere – and not by the Chinese.
    Recently is unable to be accessed. Yet, I try later in the day and it works. Other sites are ok; unless they are those sites that are also being targeted. This is purposed nuisance – IMO.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 11:56 am

      is their modus-operandi.

    • zendogbreath on August 17, 2016 at 11:26 pm

      hey rb, that wasn’t my comment you replying to. although the subject topic intrigues me.

  8. Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 11:05 am

    Like yesterday’s newly developed lie detector.
    Before you knew it; it was being used in criminal trials, in employment[both in hiring and firing], and all sorts of other venues.
    Now, flash-forward to the 21st Century version –
    Orwell and Philip on psychotropic steroids.

    • WalkingDead on August 16, 2016 at 11:29 am

      The more you attempt to control something, the more it slips through your hands, especially where humanity is concerned.

        • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 6:05 pm

          Bang-on-the-money article WalkingDead.
          As their patron saint is reported to have written/Strip all of us naked, you will see we are all alike. Dress us in their clothes and them in ours, and w/o a doubt we shall appear noble and they ignoble, for only poverty and riches makes us unequal – Machiavelli.

          • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 6:14 pm

            Or WalkingDead, from a somewhat counter-intuitive perspective/Radically question the Republic of Property; it can be reformed to generate a society of decency and equality. Question the structures of capital and property. Because reforming or perfecting the Republic of Property will never lead to equality and freedom but only perpetuate its structure of inequality and unfreedom.

          • WalkingDead on August 17, 2016 at 12:29 pm

            No reply option for your reply below.

            A novel idea, however, there will always be those who believe they are “entitled”. Look no farther than Black Lives Matter. The “African Americans” (who are no more “African” than me) have been on the government take for so long now they know nothing else; and that “entitlement” is ingrained in their psyche.
            As if black lives are the only lives that matter.

          • WalkingDead on August 17, 2016 at 12:30 pm

            Bleh, my short reply is in moderation. View it in a day or so.

  9. Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 10:56 am

    Like the yesterday’s developed lie detector.
    Before you knew it; it was used in criminal trials, in employment[both hiring & firing] and all sorts of venues.
    Now, flash forward to the 21st Century’s version and you have Orwell/K Dick on psychotropic steroids.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 11:05 am

      Went to holding bin because of Dick’s name.

  10. Roger on August 16, 2016 at 10:07 am

    It’s sounds like they have a program similar to Florida’s pre-crime computer that sifts through all your online activity, credit card purchases, and personal records to erroneously decide you need to be put under surveillance. This isn’t just about criminal activity but all activity. I’ve been buying silver and gold from thrift stores and auctions in case the currency crashes and when I looked up online what I purchased was worth over the metal content on countless items I bought I was flagged and followed all over town for a few months. They decided to take it upon themselves to alert the thrift stores about me and that they were under pricing these items and encouraged them to take everything like this to a professional jeweler for identification and pricing. Now everything is over priced and this is all from an illegal investigation and interruption of my personal legal activities which the authorities decided they didn’t like. This isn’t the first time this happened to me either. A few years ago I got into prospecting and did research on all the old geological reports for here in the east where gold was located. Yes we have gold here in the Eastern United States and quite a lot of it in a few areas that they don’t want the locals to know about. Many areas in the east frown upon the recreational collection of it unlike out west and I was put under surveillance for these internet searches back then as well it appeared. I also suspect they sift through you tube videos for activities and hobbies that might not be currently illegal or regulated to pass laws on our against these hobbies such as metal detecting for old relics and who knows what else.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 11:18 am

      Yes, your too much of a red-blooded American; and, therefore highly-suspect.

    • WalkingDead on August 16, 2016 at 11:27 am

      I’m surprised they didn’t involve the IRS for “unreported income”. It’s all about the money, after all.

      • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 11:31 am

        1913 – to pay interest to the International Banking Cartel.

      • Roger on August 16, 2016 at 2:32 pm

        I pay taxes on the money used for purchase, I’m a tile setter by trade. I just buy stuff like this because they don’t over charge you 10% above spot like they do bullion. Sold most of it to cover medical emergencies and living expenses at a loss because the price dropped dramatically right when I couldn’t work for about 7 months because of busted ribs. I have the worst luck. Most places I buy from weigh it and sell for spot or a little under spot. Now they sell it for a lot more most of the time and its not worth getting.

        • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 6:21 pm

          I’m a little paranoid when it comes to business. For me there is inevitably that point of collusion between firms, whether they are drug cartels or ordinary businesses, they turn competitive markets into a series of small[at5 best] monopolies/oligopolies.

        • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 6:26 pm

          Oops forgot, I used the C word[reply goes to holding cell. I’ll use a b instead of a p.
          I’m a little paranoid when it comes to business. For me, there is inevitably that point of collusion between firms, whether they are drug cartels or ordinary businesses, they turn combetitive markets into a series of small monopolies oligopolies[at best].

        • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 6:27 pm

          Roger my 2 replies couldn’t get past the c word which is means to compete

        • zendogbreath on August 17, 2016 at 11:22 pm

          ya sound like franklin sanders

          • zendogbreath on August 17, 2016 at 11:22 pm

            found out bout him from CAF

          • Robert Barricklow on August 18, 2016 at 12:06 pm

            …to drive back down into the sewage of the justice system.

  11. DanaThomas on August 16, 2016 at 6:23 am

    We might look at this information, disseminated by Reuters, on various levels. One is “we have prevented attacks”. This emerges constantly in statements issue by, or attributed to, the various undercover entities. They never offer any evidence, of course; and what springs to mind, as Gladio-type operations continue unabated, is that they want to somehow justify their existence before public opinion.
    Then there is HOW they have allegedly achieved results. The “how” is often not stated clearly or attibuted to the usual wiretapping or even snooping on social media messages. This particular article on “brain-snooping” could aim to call attention to this type of technique, known for decades and perhaps “outed” here. But without any particularly detailed explanations… which can however be found in a variety of sources including patents in the public domain.
    However, the man-in-the-street cannot really KNOW for sure either how or if these systems work in the way stated; and as when various new technologies are introduced, they might be exaggerating what they can actually achieve, i.e. a psyop. Or they might be understating it. Anyway, there is definitely a lot they are not telling, and as you said it could be a way to send around the insidious idea that “having your mind read is good for you”.

  12. jplatt39 on August 16, 2016 at 6:23 am

    I don’t know what your policy about linking to Amazon is but this is what I’m reading:

    This article definitely seems to relate to Chapter 4: Towards a Holographic Theory of Mind. I’m not skeptical of their ability to run proof of concept trials on the subjects of your speculation, but fine enough control to reliably predict or determine choices? Sorry. It’s unbelievable.

    I’ll use Linux and Open Source to try to suggest my problem by analogy. I use the oldest currently-maintained distribution which is slackware as my desktop. On my 7-year-old 200 dollar laptop I can run graphics programs like Inkscape or Scribusm, and vector animation programs like Synfig. I have to compile them myself but I have customized my machine into a nice little graphics tool. I have met users of the same distro who do statistics, numerical analysis and many other different tasks. Slackware is not easy but it is extremely customisable. When I use other distros, such as Ubuntu, or OSes like Windows or MacOS, I often feel constricted and sometimes fail to do what I set out with – because of the help I get. Their definitions of what will make my time worthwhile force me to turn to something so austere it really is a joke.

    One problem of the Great Firewall of China which is still talked about but not in the Mainstream Media so much is that it often forces knowledge workers to turn to piracy and other “subversive” acts to do the jobs the Government expects of them. We have this low level of sensitivity hear in the West – I wonder how many people heard Ed Opperman on Hoagland’s show last night? His comments on Trumps gamesmanship were so true. If they can influence and prevent thoughts I am quite confident they will do so on a scale which will preclude them maintaining such an ability.

    • DanaThomas on August 16, 2016 at 6:26 am

      Thanks for the book link.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2016 at 11:28 am

      Thanks for the book link.

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