Saturday, December 19, 2015

They Would Be Gods - 76 - Mind Control - Social Conditioning



by Anthony Forwood (2011) 

76: Mind Control - Social Conditioning

A number of eminent institutions and organizations in our modern world have become the most effective organs for monitoring and controlling the masses. The communications industry, which includes telephone, computer, radio, television, newspapers and magazines, etc., is in the best position to facilitate such monitoring and control. An analysis of who owns controlling shares in these organs will show that they are predominantly controlled by a very small group of people, and these people are part of the ultra-rich elite with close connections to the intelligence organs of the government. These people and those around them have their own ideas about society and they fully understand the power that they wield. Those who are most loyal to the hierarchy of power that controls society can often be recognized by the fact that they are consistently employed in undertaking new ventures that ultimately result in tighter means of control and greater power for those at the top.

Social conditioning is a form of mind-control that is played out on an entire population, rather than the sort of mind-control that is designed for specific targeted individuals. Social conditioning is sold to us in the form of ‘natural’ cultural trends, but whereas real cultural trends arise spontaneously and without any conscious planning, the social conditioning we experience is consciously crafted to manipulate our thoughts and beliefs in a unified and purposeful manner. This is used to set the foundations for certain fundamental modes of thinking and understanding that affect our perceptions of reality and our reactions to it at any given time. You can see the effects of this whenever a whole society seems to shift its opinion about something from one extreme to the other depending on what has previously been or is being programmed into the social mindset through the media. In times past, this was done mainly through religion and public schooling. Today we’re more often socially programmed through the news media, our favorite TV shows, advertising, music, etc. The methodologies used in social conditioning have always been predominantly based on psychological tactics, although the use of physical tactics is not unheard of.

The methodologies of social conditioning being used today are manifold, but are all designed around some basic understandings about the human mind. These methodologies have developed and become more refined over the years and centuries, employing the use of such things as hypnotic induction, subliminal communications, and psychotronic technologies. The advances in brain research, psychology, quantum physics, computer science, etc. add to the refinement of these methodologies, and the extent that they are being used to enhance social conditioning techniques is left to the imagination.

Today, we are bombarded with social conditioning of every kind that has ever been devised, and new methods of application are always being experimented with. State of the art methodologies incorporate the electromagnetic irradiation of whole populations utilizing specific frequencies that are known to weaken certain aspects of human physiology, allowing thoughts and beliefs to be more easily molded by the conditioning applied through such organs as the news media, advertising, movies and television, etc.

One of the more noticeable effects of social conditioning is the uniformity of belief among sectors of the population. This uniformity of belief is a desired goal of the alien group, since it binds the population, stripping the people of their individuality of mind and redirecting whole sectors into the service of a greater ‘cause’, often portrayed by a government, corporation, religion, or the scientific establishment as a necessary endeavor. There are many other such ‘causes’ with various sizes of followings, and any group of people who happen to organize for any common cause at all might invariably become unwittingly utilized for social conditioning.

Social conditioning is based on the laws of probability. Rather than having to affect each person’s psychological triggers on an individual basis, or by reliance on influence through the media, it’s easier to rely on the effects of certain electromagnetic frequencies on human physiology using standard broadcast technologies. These are natural responses and the influences are virtually undetectable. By knowing what electromagnetic frequencies influence what effects in the human physiology, as well as knowing the level of induction required to influence enough of the population to get the desired results, an effective means of social conditioning can be implemented. This method is most effective when coupled with suggestive influences such as through the media. For instance, the bombardment of an unsettling electromagnetic frequency, such as between 50-60 Hz, causes a number of negative physiological effects, and can be surreptitiously applied in conjunction with a disturbing news story on the television to heighten the desired reaction in the viewer.

The research and development behind remotely influencing human physiology through electromagnetic effects is deep and dark. This science stems almost entirely from black projects within various governments, but corporate and even private entities are probably also involved in their own scientific research and development in this area. Whatever the case, this rather occult field of mind-control science can be kept hidden from public awareness by utilizing it for the purpose of maintaining secrecy among the parties using it just as well as for using it to condition and control a population. This would mean that a great many people involved in certain aspects of such research and development are potentially being kept in check by a methodology such as hypnosis, or even through the creation of alternate personalities, in order to keep contained all of a person’s memories of their knowledge of and involvement in such projects, except when required to remember.

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