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Friday, October 12, 2018

If Hallucinogens Are Intentional CIA/MK-ULTRA Tools For Societal Control, Then Why Are They Illegal?

In reference to the linked article right below

Lot's Wife ------not sure your take on this one, but here is mine, like it or not.

Methinks the last thing the Establishment wants is a bunch of free thinking people. 

The current round of addiction and pharma profit via opioids can be part of social engineering.    Those most disgusted, most likely to take extreme actions of protest, are more readily controlled when given an “out” that doesn’t require them to risk their lives or freedom.    Alcohol works similarly, and of course alcoholism of the ‘target group” middle income white males has risen quickly and at epidemic levels.   Per the article:

In fact, it may be more convenient and perhaps even more economical to keep the growing numbers of chronic drug users (especially of the hallucinogens) fairly isolated and also out of the labor market, with its millions of unemployed.

To society, the communards with their hallucinogenic drugs are probably less bothersome - and less expensive - if they are living apart, than if they are engaging in alternative modes of expressing their alienation, such as active, organized, vigorous political protest and dissent.

Funny how, in making their point, they make exactly the opposite point.    I strongly believe that magic mushrooms could be a tool to get people to think outside the matrix and narrative that they want to play for us.    Those who can think freely are a threat to the powers that be.    Ayahuasca is another one, using 2 plants, the first one to remove the “gatekeeper” of our own minds and the second one to show the reality of our ways (not always pleasant, especially if one has been living in an unwoke state for a long time).   Even marijuana is a mild form of thinking outside the box.    I am not so keen on LSD as a “vision increasing” positive tool, hence it’s popularity in the MK-ULTRA memes.  

Also curious, in their item 6 hallucingenic drugs, they amazingly state that the “gatekeeper” <my words> “Though Bernays is not known to have overtly promoted LSD, he did assit inesatblishing smoking tobacco as a socially desirable act, thereby seeding the ground for other drug use.”

Curious 1: REALLY?!   Tobacco as a “gateway drug”
Curious 2:  Item 6 under hallucinogenic Drugs, admits that LSD was not part of Bernay’s promotion, but then they jump into Fluoridation as if that has anything to do with Hallucinogenic.

6. Psychedelic drugs

Though Bernays is not known to have overtly promoted LSD, as noted above, he did assist in establishing smoking tobacco as a socially desirable act, thereby seeding the ground for other drug use.

Moreover, Bernays created the propaganda that enabled a destructive drug to be accepted by the American public - the PR campaign that fooled the country into believing that water fluoridation was safe and beneficial to human health.

As Health Freedom News related:
The wide-scale U.S. acceptance of fluoride-related compounds in drinking water and a wide variety of consumer products over the past half century is a textbook case of social engineering orchestrated by Sigmund Freud's nephew and the "father of public relations" Edward L. Bernays.

The episode is instructive, for it suggests that tremendous capacity of powerful interests to reshape the social environment, thereby prompting individuals to unwarily think and act in ways that are often harmful to themselves and their loved ones. […]

In fact, sodium fluoride is a dangerous poison and has been a primary active ingredient in a wide variety of insecticides and fungicides. The substance bioaccumulates in mammals, has been linked to dulled intellect in children, and is a cause of increased bone fractures and osteosarcoma.[…]

In the 1930s, Edward Bernays was public-relations adviser to the Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa).

Alcoa's principal attorney, Oscar Ewing, went on to serve in the Truman administration from 1947 to 1952 as head of the Federal Security Agency, of which the Public Health Service was a part.

In that capacity, Ewing authorized water fluoridation for the entire country in 1950 and enlisted Bernays' services to promote water fluoridation to the public.

Bernays recalled the fluoridation campaign in which he was involved as merely another assignment.
"The PR wizard specialized in promoting new ideas and products to the public by stressing a claimed health benefit." […]
One such approach to prompting public opinion involved correspondence from the City's Health Department to the presidents of the NBC and CBS television networks, informing them,
"that debating fluoridation is like presenting two sides for anti-Catholicism or anti-Semitism and therefore not in the public interest."
Another method involved laying the ground work for making fluoridation a house-hold term with a scientific patina.

He advised his clients to send letters to the editors of leading publications discussing what the specific aspects of fluoridation required.
"We would put out the definition first to the editors of important newspapers," Bernays recalled.

"Then we would send a letter to publishers of dictionaries and encyclopedias. After six or eight months we would find the world fluoridation was published and defined in the dictionaries and encyclopedias."

As highlighted above, anyone “paying attention” to Wikipedia should already that know that Wikipedia is a tool of the establishment. 

LOL – I wonder why “they” need to have / create a “leader” of the so called movement to, as they state, engineer the population through hallucinogens.   I mean, posing Wasson as the “discoverer” of magic mushrooms, and invoking the weasel words “so called” as an out, for what is clearly an obvious lie…..I am sure that “magic mushrooms” were known to humans even 10,000 years ago.   

But the most direct connection between Bernays and the psychedelic movement is that he was a close friend, adviser and promoter of the above-mentioned Gordon Wasson - the so-called discoverer of magic mushrooms.

They state that there is some disagreement among authors, as shown, but then below that issue some far too certain “conclusions”

Note the gaslighting attempt highlighted in green


The authors are in disagreement about the use of mind-altering drugs.

One believes that we do should not dismiss the potential of these substances as biological tools to open doorways of the mind, and possibly spiritual dimensions; but those who consider these substances as only spiritual tools often ignore their dark side and never consider that they can be easily used as much for control.

He recommends they not be used without a prior thorough study in something such as the trivium method, and suggests that, like a knife which may be used to cut your food, and also used to kill; psychedelics can be used to empower or control. It is important for people who use these substances to consider what others think of them who don't use them for spiritual purposes.

The other believes that given their provenance, they should not be taken under any circumstances.

We must consider:
Does the predator think that these substances are tools for spiritual awakening, or for the control of others?
What the reader may believe is not necessarily the whole truth.

And here is their CONCLUSIONS

Though it seems incredible, Esalen, and Huxley, McKenna, Bernays, Wasson and Dulles appear to have been part of a secret agenda within the U.S. government that intends to usher in a post-modernist, neo-feudalism Dark Age and slavery in America.

What makes this particularly difficult to believe is the unanswered question of the organization's motivation.
·   What would motivate such a group?
·   Racism?
·   Classism?
·   Religious fervor?
·   Power?
·   All of the above?
·   And how would it be able to maintain such secrecy, involving certainly hundreds, if not thousands of individuals over such a long time?

On that note, maybe I will meditate on all this after finding some Peyote (full disclaimer, never tried Peyote, funny it did not make their lists in any way)

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