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Posted 21 April 2017 - 08:52 PM

Inside The LC: The Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation Part 1
"There's something happening here
What it is ain't exactly clear"

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Posted 22 April 2017 - 04:16 PM

Thank you for compiling the information on this thread. Music does influence people. I've noticed a different kind of message with todays music. It's more inclined to sell things that aren't necessarily what a person needs to be healthy. Back in the 60s it seemed the music was more thought provoking. Giving out bits of information regarding the truth of things per se. I'm not saying it was perfect but the music did have a more cerebral type of sense. A sense of including more than just the self. Yes, they pushed an agenda of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. But, it did seem to ask you to think for yourself. Today it's all about the big show and big media. Selling the product with stars pushing forward a consumer agenda designed to inflate the ego more and more. Telling us how to live and think without any kind of critical thinking. How many kids believe that being a rock star will give them everything they need in life without mentioning what the ultimate price will be?

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Posted 27 April 2017 - 03:26 AM

A talk about perception management and putting all the mediums of media together to program thoughts in the minds of men. This video focus' on the musical end. How music can energize people physiologically as well as spiritually and mentally. Always looking for that sociological response to stir up the emotions to pump up the volume of our being.

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Posted 24 May 2017 - 04:36 PM


Video Games: Do You Play Better With the Sound On or Off?
The role of music and sound effects in video games
Every gamer may have an opinion—but what has research shown?
More research on video games:






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Posted 25 May 2017 - 06:18 PM


Lots of video games use full symphonies to color emotional content.


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Posted 01 June 2017 - 07:29 PM

Testing the LSD-25 on British Marines.
Original footage from 1964.

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Posted 15 June 2017 - 11:58 PM


The Original Captain Trips
Before Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band...before Timothy Leary...before Ken Kesey's band of Merry Pranksters and their Electric Kool-Aid Acid Tests...before the dawn of the Grateful Dead, there was Alfred M. Hubbard: the Original Captain Trips.
You will not read about him in the history books. He left no diary, nor chatty relatives to memorialize him in print. And if a cadre of associates had not recently agreed to open its files, Captain Alfred M. Hubbard might exist in death as he did in life--a man of mirrors and shadows, revealing himself to even his closest friends only on a need-to-know basis.
" the guy who turned on Timothy Leary for the first time a year later, in 1960. Hubbard, the gregarious owner of a Vancouver-based uranium mining company and a devout Catholic, first experienced LSD in the late 1940s, and had made it his life's mission to spread the gospel of psychedelics around the world. Though he hailed from the backwoods of Kentucky, Hubbard was a full-blown mystic. He'd discovered that a massive dose of LSD opened up a profound and terrifying spiritual awareness, and he'd started developing techniques to guide patients to the Other World - getting them to write out extensive autobiographies recounting their hang-ups and traumas beforehand, and then, while they were on LSD, using religious icons, the music of Bach, or artwork (Salvador Dali's vertigo-inducing "Christ of St. John of the Cross" was a favourite) to evoke spiritual associations. Hubbard had helped design the successful therapies used in Saskatchewan (a story documented in this month's issue of Western Living magazine) so when he turned up at Hollywood Hospital, MacLean let him build an LSD suite, complete with a fireplace and a giant womb-like sofa. 





More info on Captain Trips - Really weird shit
"Hubbard promoted his cause with indefatigable zeal, crisscrossing North America and Europe, giving LSD to anyone who would stand still. 'People heard about it, and they wanted to try it,' he explained. During the 1950s and early 1960s he turned on thousands of people from all wakes of life --policemen, statesmen, captains of industry, church figures, scientists...
Below is a link to Hubbard's free energy generator....though the link might be interesting for those with the head for it.
For anybody new to the area of matrix mathematics the following is an evaluation of Alfred Hubbards nine(9) coil alternative energy generator.



Captain Alfred Hubbard
Alfred Hubbard in fact was the person who made the mescaline available to Huxley for his second mescaline “trip.” Prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hubbard was responsible for an extremely sensitive covert operation that involved smuggling weapons and war materiel to Great Britain via Vancouver, British Columbia, including destroyers and airplanes. While living in Vancouver, Hubbard be¬ came a Canadian citizen as part of his cover for the OSS, and according to his own report, he personally handled several million dollars, filtered by the OSS through the American consulate to finance covert operations in Europe.
By 1951, Hubbard was a millionaire, having invested in uranium mines. That same year, Captain Hubbard was reportedly introduced to LSD by Dr. Ronald Sandison of Great Britain. Dr. Sandison would establish the first LSD clinic open to the public in 1953, using low-dose techniques. Sandison’s approach would be replicated throughout Europe in the next few years. Hubbard became an enthusiast for LSD, writing about his mystical experiences. In 1951, he began buying vast quantities of LSD, which he introduced into the elite social circles in which he traveled. He maintained close contact with the CIA, which closely monitored all LSD supplies.
Hubbard become deputy chief of security at the Los Vegas Tropicana Hotel. He was a close friend of FBI director J. Edgar Hoover and engaged in undercover work for a number of government agencies, including the Federal Narcotics Bureau and the Food and Drug Administration, both of which were assisting the CIA’s drug programs.
Dr. Humphrey Osmondd
In the 1950s, Dr. Humphrey Osmond was a young British psychiatrist working with mescaline at Weyburn Hospital in Saskatchewan, Canada. Osmond’s work in Saskatchewan ran parallel to Dr. Cameron’s in Montreal and Hubbard’s in Vancouver. While Osmond denied CIA sponsorship, he did not deny that the CIA closely monitored his work with the mentally ill. In 1952 Osmond had drawn attention to the structural similarity between the mescaline and adrenaline molecules, implying that schizophrenia might be a form of self-intoxication caused by the body mistakenly producing its own hallucinogenic compounds. That work had attracted the attention of Huxley, and in 1953, Osmond flew to Los Angeles with a supply of mescaline. It was from him that Huxley first sampled the drug. In the 1950s, Dr. Osmond worked with Alfred Hubbard to set up alcoholism programs using high-dose LSD therapy, an approach Hubbard “pioneered.’ The same idea was then applied to juvenile delinquents, narcotics addicts, and the mentally ill.
Osmond left Canada in 1963 and joined a group of re¬searchers at the Princeton Neuropsychiatric Institute. There Osmond worked with Bernard Aaranson, whose studies were funded through a CIA cut-out, the Society for the Study of Human Ecology, the same society funding Dr. Cameron’s brain butchery and electroshock therapy-often combined with drugs-at McGill University. It was Osmond who in 1957 coined the term “psychedelics,” meaning “mind manifesting.” His purpose, shared with Huxley, was to replace the term psychotomimetic, which implied experimentally induced psychosis. Osmond and Aaranson co-authored an anthology entitled Psychedelics.
After MK-Ultra
By the 1970s, LSD was a fixed part of Western “youth culture” and the CIA was ready to move onto the formation of Satanic cults. This was run out of the CIA Office of Re¬search and Development (ORD), but the CIA men introduced themselves as researchers from the Scientific Engineering Institute. Clairvoyants and astrologers were hired. In May of 1971 there were three astrologers on the payroll. Among other things their job was forecasting. At the same time, Operation OFTEN was launched to go deeper into demonology. The CIA behaviorists hired Sybil Leek, a Houston sorceress, and they gave a grant to the University of South Carolina to establish a course in sorcery. Two hundred and fifty students enrolled. The scientists of Operation Often studied carefully the results of classes devoted to “fertility rites and initiation rites and raising the dead.”
At Harvard, students and faculty concentrated their attention on the Process Church of the Final Judgment, a Satanic group to which was connected former Boston U.S. Attorney John Markham, prosecutor in two trials against Lyndon La Rouche. In an earlier phase, the CIA had studied the susceptibility of students who were undergoing sensory deprivation, to occultist propaganda, and they found that some became occultists and remained so. By the end of the decade, the emphasis shifted to deprogramming. By this time a proliferation of occult groups and kook groups had sprung up. Some used drugs, others preyed upon young people who had been through the drug culture and were looking for moorings.
The same psychiatrists who had pioneered the MK-Ultra project, and their students, now became employed by groups such as the American Family Foundation (AFF). A case in point is Dr. Louis Jolyon West, who participated in MK¬ Ultra-funded research at the University of Oklahoma, ac¬ cording to Senate testimony.
Dr. Jolly West
West is sometimes laughed off as an MK-Ultra researcher who couldn’t shoot straight. Attempting to chemically produce the state of a bull elephant in rut, Jolly injected it with a huge dose of LSD-25. The poor beast fell into a stupor and died. Huxley’s friend, Dr. West was the head of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma during the 1950s and early 19608, doing research on LSD hypnosis and “the psychology of dissociated states” for the CIA. Huxley was quite helpful to him. Huxley suggested to Dr. West during an MK-Ultra experiment that West hypnotize his subjects prior to administering LSD in order to give them “post-hypnotic suggestions aimed at orienting the drug-induced experience in some desired direction. ”
Such work is of particular interest given that in 1964 Dr. West took part in the cover-up of the Kennedy assassination. West was called upon by the government to examine Jack Ruby, whom West declared to be in a “paranoid state manifested by delusions, visual and auditory hallucinations, and suicidal impulses.” West said that Ruby wasn’t faking be¬ cause a faker would have asserted that he was indeed mentally ill, while Ruby insisted that he was healthy.
During the “summer of love” in 1967, West rented an apartment in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco to study the “hippies,” certainly a by-product of his work.
After moving to Los Angeles, Dr. West became chairman of the department of psychiatry at the University of California at Los Angeles and director of its Neuropsychiatric Institute. In the 1970s West became infamous for his plans to create a “Center for the Study and Reduction of Violence. ” Backed to the hilt by Gov. Ronald Reagan, he proposed a Brave New World monitoring system for criminals and those predicted to engage in violent behavior, including “pre-delinquent children. ”
Today he is a leading member of the American Family Foundation. Most recently, these same psychiatrists and social scientists have been running cover for Satanists by denying the existence of Satanic child abuse. The FBI’s “expert” on cults, Kenneth Lanning, is notorious in this regard for his statement that “more people have been killed in the name of Christ than in the name of Satan. “
The ideology of these brainwashers is truly Satanic. They believe themselves to be above good and evil. They would reduce every man, woman, and child to the condition of a beast to be conditioned. It is not that they reject the truth that every human being has an immortal soul, but they would knowingly destroy that soul. Surely, whether or not they consciously submit their being to Satan, these men are truly his instruments.
Dr. William Sargant, a British psychiatrist with Tavistock, was an associate of Cameron. He claimed to disagree with some of the more brutal aspects of Cameron’s treatment of patients, yet he himself had pioneered during and after the Second World War, a series of seminal studies on brainwashing. His first work involved shell-shocked troops. He would give them “truth serums” and then force them to relive traumatic experiences. He found that if they were sufficiently agitated, a period of calm would follow, during which they would be in a suggestible state. This process, which he called abreaction, frequently resulted in shaking the soldiers free from obsessions which they had developed as a result of battle strain. He sought a theoretical basis for this in the work of the Soviet behaviorist psychologist Ivan Pavlov. ‘
Pavlov had observed that when dogs were severely stressed they would frequently forget recently learned skills, but they would easily pick up new habits. Sargant generalized that sensory overload of the brain would similarly render a human highly suggestible. This led him to study primitive ceremonies such as voodoo, which would place participants in a trance-like state.
His studies of brainwashing techniques involved travels to Haiti and Africa, where he developed parallels between primitive witchcraft ceremonies and rock music festivals, which he described in his books. He also looked at fundamentalist religious ceremonies from the same perspective. In his book “Battle for the Mind,” he developed various examples. Underscoring the message with a picture of the Beatles bearing the caption “Beatle Possession,” he writes: “Any method which induces states of excitement leading to a suitable degree of exhaustion and consequent alteration in brain function can work miracles on its own.”
Sargant concluded his book with an honest admission of his repudiation of the truth of Christianity (or Judaism). For him there is no natural law; all truth is relative, and the gods (not God) are the creation of man. He writes: “Perhaps we must therefore conclude that it is man who has created the gods and made them in his image, reflecting his varying imaginings, aspirations and fears, just as he, and not some mysterious fate or necessity or abstract historical dynamic, has created his varying political creeds and moral codes. And yet we need faith.
“Without faith of some sort living becomes extraordinarily difficult. We do not live by reason alone and we have to take all sorts of people and assumptions on trust. We need confidence in ourselves, in the value of the work we do, in certain people and standards. We cannot, or most of us can¬not, forever be doubting and questioning and withholding final judgment on everything and everyone. Most of us quite evidently need the support of some general religious, political or social framework of faith, however bizarre or dangerous a particular belief-system may be. . . .
“In the future, the conquest and control of man’s mind is going to be a far more important matter for us than all the development of bigger and better nuclear weapons, and it is essential that we learn all we can about how the brain works and how human beings can be psychologically coerced. . . .”
The exposure of how the secret government has and continues to dabble in mind control is extremely valuable, and each of the three books should be read. They are painful but they are informative, bearing in mind the limitations in viewpoint mentioned above. 

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Posted 16 June 2017 - 12:56 AM

I think they may have opened a door to perceptions that they couldn't really control to well in those days. Opening the mind let out too much soul. It seems it has shifted into a closed mind type of control. Imprisoning souls within themselves. Putting groups in boxes each with their own tailor made doses of pixie dusters keeping watch over the chain reactions. Using the power of our own imaginations against us.

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Posted 22 June 2017 - 05:28 PM


13 noises that never fail to wreck your head
Your skin will crawl off and leave your body by the end of this. Honestly.
But there are certain noises that turn us into easily irritated teeth gnashing monsters and we can’t hide it anymore.



One time I was travellin down the river nice and peaceful like. I decided to take a load off my mind cuz we was goin pretty good with the current. All of sudden the boat went straight through a cloud of mosquitos. 
Dag nabbit! 
Didn't see it comin'. 
That shit happens sometimes...
They was bitin and chawin at every exposed bit of skin. The sound alone was magnified by millions of beating wings. That high pitch whine with the treble turned up will drive a man crazy.

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