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"mind control mission" Discussed on Endless Thread

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04:43 min | 7 months ago

"mind control mission" Discussed on Endless Thread

"Gottlieb and others at the CIA had discovered that the best information about mind control came from the Nazis who had supposedly found success experimenting with a powerful PSYCHEDELIC. Compound called masculine another discovery. In Switzerland in one thousand nine thirty eight had shown similar promise in mind alteration lysergic acid defilement. Lsd As a trained biochemist. Gottlieb was very interested. He wanted to experiment with any combination of drugs. He could find he even sent agents all over the world to find Bark Moss Gall bladders of crocodiles fish tails anything that was highly toxic. Refine this in his laboratory when LSD GOTTLIEB's lab. It seemed like a potential Game Changer. For the mind control mission not just him to the whole division he and other scientists really believed that. Lsd As one of his colleagues put it the key that could unlock the universe people at the CIA sorts of applications among the people in government who had been focused on making germ warfare in world war two. It was a potential peacemaker that could be delivered via LSD bomb to an entire population rendering soldiers and civilians alike docile and malleable. Then they thought the soldiers would begin to their weapons are hydrology. Us and the people on the other side of the battle line were actually their blood relatives. The war would stop but others thought. Lsd was a better tool used on individuals controlling spice or turning them into double agents so in one thousand nine hundred fifty three godly persuaded the C. I A. to buy the entire world supply of LSD a decade later LSD would be freeing minds in America but it came to America to control minds and in the nineteen fifties long before LSD was on the tip of everyone's tongue the CIA needed test subjects so they started secretly funding research all over the place like an Atlanta prison. Where notorious Boston mobster? Whitey Bolger was reportedly given fifty doses of LSD. Along with a handful of other prisoners. They were told they were helping. Find a cure for schizophrenia. But they weren't told they were even being injected with Bolger wrote about the experience a year before he died. He said the room would change shape. Hours of paranoia and feeling violent guys turning into skeletons in front of me. I saw a camera change to the head of a dog. I felt like I was going insane. Something similar happened at a prison in Lexington Kentucky seven African American inmates were selected from the population and put in a cell and then given triple doses of LSD every day for seventy seven days without being told what it was or what to expect as MK. Ultra ramped up in a ballooned to a hundred and forty nine. So-called sub projects there were Sub Project Three Aka operation midnight climax where prostitutes lured clients to CIA safehouses dosed them with drugs and tried to blackmail them all of this was observed with hidden cameras and the CIA studied the results or sub project nineteen where the CIA hired a magician to teach officers how to incorporate aspects of magicians craft into clandestine operations. They were desperate. Which brings us to sub projects sixty eight the experiments at the Allen. Godly was always interested in keeping up to date with modern scientific developments and he sent officers to penetrate different medical. Association's He did send an officer to that convention of the American Psychological Association in Nineteen Fifty. Four this a officer observing the conference in Nineteen fifty four perked up when he heard about a psychologist named Donald Hebb who is experimenting with Sensory Deprivation McGill University in Canada. And it was through that that he came to understand it beyond Hareb. There was another doctor was conducting even more intense experiments that made him all the more interesting to the CIA. That other doctor. You in Cameron coming up. Cameron the CIA and the investigative journalists who blew the doors open on M. K. Ultra two decades after the program began..

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"mind control mission" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"mind control mission" Discussed on Ologies

"I literally see little Tetra amino small like why does this happen isn't a Soviet mind control conspiracy. Just kidding on the last person. It is not first of all I can say having hung out with the original designer of tetris. I will tell you. He's super nice and Italy and not it's not a secret Soviet mind control mission so quick assigned. The creator of tetris was inspired by the math game. Penn. Tom knows which looks just like analog tetris. Also, he is not an agent of Soviet mind control. His name is just Alexi Leonardo Vic pitch even off. And he's from Moscow. So this is the greatest question because the other public service announcement I always liked to do about video games actually has to do with tetris. And how it takes over your mind because there have been three randomized control trials and Clint studies and clinical trials now, including one in the field with people who experienced traumatic events that show that the way that tetris takes over your brain. So that you are flashing back to it. It can prevent flashbacks associated with post traumatic stress disorder, and there's actually a increasing usage of tetris within twenty four hours of a traumatic event. If you were in a car accident, maybe you witness a violent acts activity, you were a victim of island activity that if you play tetris within twenty four hours, and before you go to sleep that your brain is more likely to flash back on tetris than the event, which reduces the rate of traumatic flash. Bax and the future. And it happens because tetris is so visually. Compelling and requires so much visual attention that your brain essentially diverts resources from everything else. And and and it works so hard on this problem that when you walk away from it, your brain is continuing to work on it. It's like, it's when when you give so much attention to a problem, your brain thinks it's a priority essentially, and so because tetris is so visually challenging your brain essentially things like, oh, that's a priority. I'm gonna keep thinking about it when I walk away when I go to sleep. And so in a way tetris is kind of like this miracle, even if you're not traumatized if you had a really bad day, and you don't want to sit there thinking about it. Or like stay up all night thinking about it. You can use ceteris to block your brain from flashing back on an experience that you don't wanna remember you use the power of tetris to flashback. On tetris. I mean, I can't tell you since I started sharing this research. I've heard from people who've been through really horrible terrifying. Things who were able to get the game on their phone and and play it and felt like they benefited and had fewer nightmares. Flashbacks on they thought so to your patrons who have observed this. They are correct. And and it can be used in really powerful ways. That's so amazing. Just like Biard be downloading. Yeah. We have it. I downloaded tetris immediately. After this interview. Also, this is going to be a whole aside about video game music and its origins and history and composition. But in researching it I found out that the study of video game music is known as lotto Musicology for real for real. There are experts all over the world who do this. So yes, you best believe this is on the list all in favor. Say be bop. Boop. Boop. Boop. Okay. Good. Okay. I got a ton of questions also about wait. Hold on. I have so many so many different pages of question. Okay. I got a ton of questions about VR like, Justin. So Dion dob below Khurana, Bergstrom and York all wanted to know what video game advances. Should we look forward to like, how do you see the industry developing and how does VR and AR change game design like reality and augmented? Yeah. So many things. Okay. I'm going to focus on a few things..

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