Subliminal Communication Technology Part 4

Before I get back to Becker, etc., I had a few more thoughts about ‘Harold’, murderer of Ronni Chasen. (Most of the rest from Becker is the politics, PR, and responses to media reports anyway, as you’ll see below).

Another notable thing about him is that he seemed to be determined not to go back to prison. This was what resulted in a shootout with police that ended with him dead. Could that also have been the result of subliminal affirmations or veridicals?

Additionally, investigators tried to say her death was drug-related. There was an outcry by people who knew her stating that she would not have any such connections.

The idea of killing the assassins after the deed is done is a very old one. It’s in Shakespeare’s Macbeth but I don’t recall/know if it was in his source material, Holinshed’s Chronicles. This is also in his Richard III, I think, and the same question stands. And there’s the darkly humorous chain that Heath Ledger as the Joker uses in The Dark Knight to rob the bank and steal the mob’s money. It’s a common enough meme in fiction.

There was also, of course, the Lee Harvey Oswald/Jack Ruby chain of events, though the truth behind that portion of the JFK assassination, like so many others, is in dispute. I do note, however, that much of the early research in the area of hypnosis happened in the 1950s, years before that fateful day in Dallas.

In any case, this resolve to avoid jail prevented Harold being interviewed by police after the fact. Further, shooting someone like Chasen, unknown to most moviegoers but well known in industry circles, would tend to send a message without the additional scrutiny that shooting someone more famous would bring.

As I’ve noted previously, control of Hollywood and overcoming the prevailing attitude there against war would seem to be the goal. Truthout and others also reported that DoD gave many financial incentives to make pro-war propaganda films and gained line veto power over the script as a result. The relationship between Hollywood and DC, especially the CIA and DoD is a long one and well documented.

On yet another topic, because the blog operatioN|Manning reblogged part 2 of this series on Congress’ study of subliminals, I am linking to the older stuff, from January of 2012, that I was referring to in part 2:

More on Bradley Manning’s Treatment

I will also restate that I sent money to Wikileaks in January or February of 2010 without really knowing why. The harassment and effects of whatever drugs I’d been slipped leave some moments from that period rather hazy. Wikileaks seemed to be about exposing corruption and having previously contacted the authorities and found not only no relief but a worsening of my treatment, it seemed like a way to strike back. Of course the whole thing was actually done via subliminals and playing around with my Google search results. This occurred before Manning’s arrest and I’d never heard of him nor Julian Assange at that time. (Believe me, the authorities know it was something like I describe. Similar events have happened before and since and they know I have no links to the organizations involved).

Which again brings to mind the documents in Manning’s case that indicated he was under psychiatric care in the run up to the alleged leaks. It sounds very, very similar to what I and people experiencing Organized Stalking have described. That is, it sounds like he may have been drugged.

Back to the Congressional report. Becker provides a letter he sent in ’81 to Senator Tsongas. In it, he describes his list of references to media stories as minimal examples of pro and con. He also notes that some are in his opinion irresponsible and inflammatory. His three primary examples of this are articles from the Wall Street Journal (“Words Whispered to Subconscious Supposedly Deter Thefts, Fainting”, 11/25/80, Neil Maxwell), the Boston Globe (“This Mama Will Faint If She Wants To”, 12/14/80, Susan Trausch), and the Christian Science Monitor/The Leader (“Subliminal Warrants Caution”, 2/5/81, Robert C. Cowen).

Becker then describes how the publicity leading to public concerns started in April 1978 when Becker and Norma Glanzer presented a paper at a conference in Atlanta. The paper concerned things like weight loss and “honesty reinforcement, theft determent, and loss prevention in industrial and commercial settings.” The AP picked up on the story and referred to it as “Dr. Becker’s Electronic Conscience” and later his “little black box.”

He goes on to describe how these devices were at times not endorsed by politicians, but how he was asked to speak at seminars that, for example, the Louisiana attorney general was conducting.

As I’ve stated before, rather than increasing violence, terrorism, and affecting domestic policy via covert operations, they could be using this stuff to prevent crime and terrorism.

Unfortunately, like eating less food, there is no obvious and immediate financial motive for doing so. Security, intelligence and defense industry companies make money from ongoing problems, not permanent solutions. Regardless of what you think about the practice of subliminals for honesty, nonviolence, etc., the fact that the opposite is happening indicates that the safety, security, and pursuit of happiness of the average American is not at the top of the to-do list. The appearance that it is is largely due to the influence over entertainment, news, and control of the narrative.

Becker goes on to describe how progress is being made to rehabilitate young criminals, how he is often contacted by desperate parents, how funding is an issue but he is hopeful.

Then he complains that Barbara Stack, the ACLU’s NY legislative director, told the WSJ, “The potential for abuse is enormous…If it is a distortion of sound and camouflaged so the receiver isn’t aware and can influence his behavior, it’s tantamount to brainwashing and ought to be prohibited by legislation.”

Becker says that the WSJ did not afford him the option of responding in the same article. Trausch in the Globe article treads closely to character defamation, he says.

He says that the articles and others like them are irresponsible because they recommend legislation against crime prevention and therefore against the public interest.

Then he says he would not be averse to reasonable legislation and offers to help write it by serving on a commission.

But that’s mostly beside the point here. The point is that the ACLU said that there was the potential for abuse and Becker responsed with “How is ‘I am honest’ as a message a bad thing?” It is that this kind of thing clearly is being abused now that concerns me. How could Becker have ever thought to control the technology? He is correct, I think, to point out that any new technology or advance is always met with resistance. He adds the automobile to the previously mentioned aspirin argument and even suggests safe driving subliminal service announcements.

Ironically, he quotes Eric Lander (“In Through the Out Door”, OMNI, February 1981), “Unfortunately for the movie’s creators, turning the population into zombies by subliminal subterfuge is the only thing scientists unanimously agree is out of the question.”

Depending on your definition of zombie, it not only seems possible but perhaps to an extent what is happening. The Corbett Report in the first clip I watched said that that was exactly how we as a nation behave. False-flag operations during some post-Arab Spring events in the Middle East were completely ignored by the MSM. All kinds of indicators exist that something is very wrong but we ignore it or focus on B.S. like rumors of fake birth certificates and other disinformation spread by special business interests.

Then there is the definition I’ve used half-jokingly about being a slave, working for one or more government agencies without ever realizing it (and because I like people to remember, it was as a patsy, not an actual operative).

And then there were the actual cases, close to each other timewise, where people actually ate the flesh of other human beings. Generally, this was blamed on pot and so-called bath salts. It didn’t occur to me that subliminals might have been involved and I assumed a one-size fits all engineered drug or pathogen. More likely drugs and instructions in tandem with PSYOPs like.most of these other events based around the psychology of the targets.

Back to Becker, he also talks about invasion of privacy as argument against the use of subliminals. He agrees that it is but that the benefits outweigh the intrusions.

There are only a few of the actual enclosures that Becker sent the subcommittee, most notably a brochure and a positive article.

Up next, David Tyler of Proactive Systems speaks to the subcommittee.


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