In the December, 1980, edition of the US Army Journal,
Military Review, an article by Lt Col. John B. Alexander
entitled, "The New Mental Battlefield: Beam Me Up Spock",
provided further insight into the technical capabilities now at the
disposal of the controllers. He writes,
"Several examples will
demonstrate areas in which progress has been made … The
transference of energy from one organism to another … The
ability to heal or cause disease can be transmitted over a distance,
thus inducing illness or death for no apparent cause … Telepathic
behaviour modification, which includes the ability to induce
hypnotic states up to distances in excess of 1,000 kilometers, has
been reported. The use of telepathic hypnosis also holds
great potential. This capability could allow agents to be deeply
planted with no conscious knowledge of their programming. In movie
the Manchurian Candidate lives and
does not even require a phone call.
thought induction techniques are being considered. If perfected,
this capability could allow the direct transference of thought via
telepathy from one mind, or group of minds, to a selected target
audience. The unique factor is that the recipient will not be aware
that thoughts have been implanted from an external source. He or she
will believe that thoughts are original."
If it is possible to feed
'artificial thoughts' into the morphogenetic field via satellite,
then mind control of the entire planet is possible. An
individual's only resistance would be to constantly question the
motivation behind their thoughts, and not act upon thoughts that they
consider to be outside the boundaries of their own 'ethical and moral'
boundaries. Once again, it is wise to consider how television,
advertising, and various forms of social pressure are
constantly being used to manipulate those boundaries.