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Controlling the Human Mind: The Technologies of Political Control or Tools for Peak Performance Paperback – August 1, 2006
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The new book from Dr. Nick Begich, Controlling the Human Mind, is a tantalizing look into these emerging technologies, which have the power to greatly enhance human potential, or become instruments of oppression. The first part of the book deals with the US military's research and use of these technologies, while the second part covers the applications that can augment human performance.
Begich unveils the shadowy advancements in subliminal messaging, mind control, and energetic weapons systems. He describes astonishing new inventions, like a device that uses the Microwave Auditory Effect to send high fidelity sound directly into a person's brain, but which is inaudible to anyone standing next to that person. He informs us about the Air Force's mysterious Radiofrequency Radiation Dosimetry Handbook, and its sinister possibilities. We are also treated to descriptions of new technologies that will assist in unlocking human potential using brain biofeedback, un-invasive acupuncture, and light and sound.
The information presented in this book is highly credible, with nearly 300 citations, and Dr. Begich himself is in a unique position to present it.Read more ›
In 1980 John B. Alexander of the U.S. Army, said, "Mind-altering techniques designed to impact opponents are well-advanced. The procedures employed include manipulation of human behavior through the use of psychological weapons affecting sight, sound, smell, temperature, electromagnetic energy or sensory deprivation." (p.100) The U.S. Navy has the capacity to produce the same effects as psychoactive drugs using electromagnetic fields. Dr. Smirnov of Russia described the "Zombie Effect" created by the new weapons of war. He describes how a person's self is blocked and a new identity can be programmed with various programmed urges such as killing oneself.Read more ›
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The author seems to display a true and genuine concern for the trajectory toward which these technologies could lead mankind - which could be toward good or evil. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brad T. Brown
I figured I would avoid wasting time and jump straight into the technical "heart" of the book. The author claims there's hard-core science in this, no? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bruce D. Wilner
Just as good, or better, than Dr. Begich's first book, "Angels Don't Play This Haarp". Thanks.Published 11 months ago by lilli walsh
The book was an eye opener. After reading its clear to me our government and military have too much power. The gvt has the Patriot Act. The people have nothing.Published 17 months ago by Lee Whisnant