Over the years I've been blogging about the coming mind-machine interface that so many "transhumanists" are enamored of, and even wrote a rather extensive book with friend and colleague Dr. Scott DeHart about it, Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas, where we elaborated on it further.  The idea of humanly engineered intelligent life is as old as the Jewish esoteric doctrines of the golem, or hermetic myths of talking statues, or Percy Shelley's Frankenstein (and yes, I said Percy Shelley's Frankenstein, not Mary... see my friend Scott DeHart's Shelley Unbound for a review of the case that Mary didn't write the novel). The connecting thread, of course, throughout all these myths, is that humanity is "just a machine" of assembled, and replaceable "body parts".  Of course, this is not a philosophical view to which I subscribe, but it does highlight the basis behind the idea of combining humans and machines, via various "implants" to the brain, to be able to "access the net" directly and without an ipad, or to control moods, and so on.

Well, now it is official, according to this article found by Mr. L.B.: the U.S. military has begun testing mood-altering chips in humans:

AI brain implants that can change a person's mood are tested on HUMANS by the US military

What could possibly go wrong? (cough hack wheeze).

Of course, we can all predict what will happen now: we will be treated to the "this is good for us because it will help treat such and such..."  Oh, wait, they've already trotted out the "therapeutic value" line:

The US military has begun testing AI brain implants that can change a person's mood on humans.

These 'mind control' chips emit electronic pulses that alter brain chemistry in a process called 'deep brain stimulation.'

If they prove successful, the devices could be used to treat a number of mental health conditions and to ensure a better response to therapy.

As one can imagine, my high octane speculation is running in overdrive in response to this article. For one thing, it's one more confirmation that mind manipulation technology is real. It is not science fiction. And with that admission comes all sorts of high octane speculation. For one thing, there's the "Sirhan Sirhan" scenario. Anyone who has investigated the assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy in any depth will have come up against the very strange and odd behavior of the convicted assassin, Sirhan Sirhan, and run into the fact that psychiatrists were able to hypnotize him very easily, and get him to do all sorts of stuff. There is also a body of evidence to suggest that we was a classic "Manchurian Candidate" who was programmed by the late hypno-therapist and "brain control" expert, Dr. William Bryan, who even boasted on one occasion that he was the one who "programmed" him.  One psychiatrist opined that Sirhan Sirhan would have been programmable in a few months' time, given his susceptibility to hypnosis, and to post-hypnotic suggestion to forget the deed afterwards.

Now, however, just take a brain implant, and the months' of "programming" might no longer be necessary, it can be accomplished with a mood-altering chip. Need soldiers to kill like the Waffen SS without a shred of moral compunction? Take the chip. Need them to forget about the deed afterward? Take the chip.

But none of this, however, constitutes today's "high octane speculation." Such possibilities were probably apparent to the readers of this blog before I even mentioned them, and I'll wager many readers entertained such scenarios as they were reading the article.

What is today's high octane speculation concerns the (inadvertent?) admission in the article:

These 'mind control' chips emit electronic pulses that alter brain chemistry in a process called 'deep brain stimulation.'

In other words, these chips physically alter the brain itself, and that raises the possibility that such alterations might, over prolonged exposure to the technology, become permanent features of the brain, perhaps making it more susceptible to hypnosis, or "suggestion" by remote electromagnetic technologies. Couple this with the "disappearing" chip, i.e., with a chip that eventually dissolves or is eliminated from the individuals concerned, and you get the idea. Sneak a few of them into vaccines which one is forced to take, and one gets an even bigger "idea." It's this possibility of semi-permanent or permanent alterations that gives me pause. And if I can think of it, rest assured, "they" can too, and probably already have. (Think Cuban Embassay "sonic attacks" here folks, and the recently disclosed fact that the attacks have apparently resulted in physical alterations of the victims' brains.)

For my part, my response to these possibilities is a very firm "No!"

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. basta on December 18, 2017 at 3:42 am

    The pill pushers and Dr Feelgoods of Big Pharma will not be happy that the Pentagram is muscling in on their turf. I expect fur to fly and bodies to start stacking up soon enough — get your popcorn ready!

  2. goshawks on December 17, 2017 at 7:35 pm

    The overall ‘chipping’ agenda is still being pushed. Recently, Jodie Foster was on Colbert. She was hawking an episode she did of some show. In it, she was a mother contemplating chipping her daughter ‘for safety’ in case of kidnapping. In the end, the mother decided to do it. Blatant propaganda to slowly embed (sorry, couldn’t help it) the concept in the sheeple’s minds…

    “These ‘mind control’ chips emit electronic pulses that alter brain chemistry in a process called ‘deep brain stimulation’.”

    DBS almost always involves the Limbic System deep in the brain or the Reptilian Complex at the base of the brain/spinal cord ‘bulb’. RC is responsible for wake/sleep and the ‘primitive’ emotions of fight/flight/mate/eat. LS is responsible for ‘mammalian’ emotions like rage, anger, fear, sadness, joy, love, etc.

    All of these processes operate without conscious control, and were even ‘designed’ that way. When your survival depends on split-moment reactions, you don’t want the intellect waffling-about…

    The danger, of course, is to put those pre-thought reactions in the hands of another. Perhaps even wake/sleep. Bad news. (Makes you think of the Greys.)

    I think “Star Trek: TNG” did us a favor: By making ‘The Borg’ such a gut-reaction “NO WAY” choice for humans, the writers/producers may have bought us some time…

  3. Robert Barricklow on December 17, 2017 at 12:00 pm

    Two dystopian world’s combined w/Orwell’s 1984 combined with Huxley’s AD2540; all for the price of engineered crypto currencies.
    What a concept: disposable pharmaceutical programmable chips and/or like vaccines. Why, think what your army of programmed ops could do with their numerous mobile PSYOPS APs. They could also load their various genetically/robotically engineered bio cartridges into their compact Q-36 sniper modulator and improvise on the run, so to speak.
    They could “hack” into anyone who was inoculated[willingly, or not]
    Why, the possibilities are unimaginable!

  4. Aridzonan_13 on December 17, 2017 at 11:54 am

    They’ll probably roll it out the purchase of a new “smart” phone.. The TNG tag line, “You will be assimilated.” comes to mind.

    • goshawks on December 17, 2017 at 7:55 pm

      When Worf said, “As similate This!” and dispatched some Borgs, the whole movie-audience where I saw it spontaneously cheered. Out loud! Perhaps the racial-memory of earlier ‘encounters’?

  5. Guygrr on December 17, 2017 at 9:46 am

    These might be for altruistic purposes… I mean I’m pretty sure they can get you at a distance if they really want to… but this is likely cheaper, and with an audit on the horizon they had to send Tom DeLonge and other superfluous programs to the trash can or gofundme.

    By the by, anyone notice the last card in the economist cover has come to fruition? DeLonge’s company is called “To the Stars,” and Trump renewed the space council. Oh and if one wants to see Buzz Aldrin have aneurysms burst in real time , watch the video press release. Of course, it’s always fun to catch Trump’s off record impromptu statements.

    • Guygrr on December 17, 2017 at 9:48 am

      Oh and in the press release Trump says “to the stars” at least twice, but not referencing Tom obviously.

  6. DanaThomas on December 17, 2017 at 7:56 am

    This puts a new angle on the ubiquitous USSA slogan “Support the Troops”. When will we see public opinion pressing to stop using “Our Troops” as human guinea pigs? Surely this is much more criminally scandalous than “gender correctness” and similar nonsense.

  7. anakephalaiosis on December 17, 2017 at 7:48 am

    Hell is good hunting ground, when breaking path through granite stone. Sharp end of sword points forward.

    Absolute nothingness is silent place, calmly rooted in darkness. Hell has no beginning and no end. Black Sun is hell.

    Hell is marching towards sound of cannon. Better to reign there, than serve elsewhere. Runaways left for America.

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