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Well folks, the good people at the Diabolically Apocalyptic Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are at it again, and I come away from this article, shared by Ms. M.W., with the sinking feeling that they may have finally done it, it in this case being to miniaturize electroshock therapy and permanently implant it on a chip, to modify mood. Here’s the article:

Brain implants that deliver electrical pulses tuned to a person’s feelings and behaviour are being tested in people for the first time. Two teams funded by the US military’s research arm, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), have begun preliminary trials of ‘closed-loop’ brain implants that use algorithms to detect patterns associated with mood disorders. These devices can shock the brain back to a healthy state without cheapest gas in texas input from a physician.

The general approach — using a brain implant to deliver electric pulses that alter neural activity — is known as deep-brain stimulation. It is used to treat movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, but has been less successful when tested against mood disorders. Early evidence suggested that constant stimulation of certain brain regions could ease chronic depression, but a major study involving 90 people with depression found no improvement 850 gas block after a year of treatment. 1

And as part of these wonderful health benefits, they’re also developing a variation on what I called electro-encephalographic dictionaries in my previous book Microcosm and Medium. These are, quite literally, dictionaries of brainwaves associated with particular words, which, by monitoring brainwaves, allows people literally to read the mind, the interior conversation most of us have going on in our minds, and by some accounts, the reverse process is possible: by beaming the templates of these electro-encephalographic dictionaries, one can interfere with that internal conversation. Some researchers in the mind manipulation technologies call these types of devices the voice of God technologies, and I don’t think there’s any better way to describe it.

The MGH team is taking a different approach. Rather than detecting a particular mood or mental illness, they want to map the brain activity associated with behaviours that are present in multiple disorders — such as difficulties with concentration and empathy. At the SfN meeting, they reported on tests of algorithms they developed to stimulate the brain when a person is distracted from a set task, such as matching images of numbers or identifying emotions on faces.

The researchers found that delivering electrical pulses to areas of the brain involved in decision-making and emotion significantly improved the performance of test participants. The team also mapped the brain activity that occurred when a person began failing or slowing at a set task because they were forgetful or distracted, and found they were able to reverse it with stimulation. (Emphasis added)

With that last sentence we arrive at an implicit admission of what the real agenda may be: the enhancement of human performance via the direct electrical stimulation of the brain. In effect, we’re looking at the latest update to notorious brain researcher Dr. Jose Delgado’s research. Lest any forget what the goal of his research was, it was the psychological control of society precisely through such technologies and their mass application.

As usual, all this is being sold as a good thing because electricity resistance questions of the health benefits to those suffering mood disorders, a fluid term that in the hands of a good Gramscian like Occasional Kotex could morph into anything one party finds offensive. Think only of those Soviet-era re-education camps, for make no mistake about it, if they can adjust the mood of epileptics and so one, they can adjust the mood of anyone. Repeat after me: Socialism good, freedom bad. Patient was non-responsive and dismissive of authority. Shock administered. Patient now compliant. I’m reminded of the observation of C.S. Lewis that when re-education supplanted justice, one of the consequences was that an open-ended process was substituted for one that had a definite end: punishment for crime could be taken so far, but no further. Re-education has no end, effectively, until compliance is gained; it’s a license to practice a kind of torture until the victim finally submits.

But not la gasolina daddy yankee mp3 for nothing do we call DARPA the Diabolically Apocalyptic Research Projects Agency on this website. As I heard someone remark lately, if the society and culture that is emerging and being promoted by the elite (and I use that term only for convenience) is increasingly anti-human, it is perhaps because the ultimate source of it is not human at all…

This literally makes no sense. They went through all of the trouble of indoctrinating us with the Prussian education system and now they are going to shock reward/punish? I don’t get what this is supposed to accomplish other than ‘they’ think they have enough people to do the work they need them to do or some weird algorithm of exponentially decreasing the population to a number they can manage over a set time due to suicide. The weakness is evident in the panacea ideation. At minimum the flying monkeys are so overridden with hubris that they think they can bypass our soul. This still can’t bypass electricity generation in india our problem solving processes. I get that brainwashing MKUltra style is layered, but it feels like the factions are overreaching. Maybe a little too confident, quite frankly. My inner guidance says that they are getting impatient for some reason. Desperate, really. I can’t even imagine this working properly in Nazi Germany. The people complied, but it’s no short step to be a parent and see the wonder of your children and want to create a protective shield by which the child can ‘find’ themselves. Parents still love their rebellious children. This stands a better chance of being successful if children are separated from their parents. Hmmmm. There we go. Swamp A being drained into Swamp B. ‘The Wall’ suddenly has a very different flavor now doesn’t it?

Such a crock. There is a very natural means to improvement of mindset long misrepresented and oppressed and now hijacked as yet another source of tax money which to be blunt ( oh hahaha) is to smoke a blunt. Yup…burn a joint. Note…there had been no decriminalization…it has been moved from a drug schedule to a tax schedule and the laws thereof are in many cases more restrictive than ever. While there may be some medical issues with burning one there seem to be no mental downsides t gastrobar…in decades of experience with it i have yet to meet one person that it has “screwed up” ie…if they are nutty they were that way to start with. But noooooo!!! Cant have anything natural that has never killed anyone in history…gotta be some toxic patent medicine! And if that aint enough…electroshock! No need now to tie a person to a table in the cuckoos nest…quick painless implant good for 100000 miles and no extra long sleeve shirt needed in the pink rubber room. Personally i believe the greatest fear of the powers that be of pot is the freeing of ones mind it offers from the continuous programming we get enabling us to play “what if” in our minds and allowing our inner child and artistic nature freedom from the program.

To elaborate a bit, I began my studies of psychoanalytic theory with a prof who objected to the hijacking of Freud by american materialism, make that the american medical establishment. He saw Freud as a well intended ‘high octane speculator’ necessarily constrained by his personality, culture and the historical moment. Then I followed Karl Pribram over to consciousness studies. There, I came to appreciate Henry Stapp’s conception of emotions as having much in common with sensations vis-a-vie perception. (2TEdyoX

We have lost our vocabulary of emotions. Read early nineteenth century literature, particularly fiction and memoir, and you see a rich vocabulary of emotional nuance. I suspect (and find as I work with my own ‘depression’) that electricity transmission and distribution costs within the meta-category of depression, can be found many more nuanced emotions; dread, existential loneliness and the like. I find, as I pull my more nuanced emotions into the palm of my hand for contemplation a la Thich Nhat Hanh, I feel better. I also find that often, when I ‘well read the pop-up’ the emotional feedback/message dissipates.