Book Review: Mass Control: Engineering Human Consciousness by Jim Keith

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Zy Marquiez
March 22, 2016

For those that do not know, Jim Keith was a very astute, well grounded researcher that wasn’t afraid to tackle issues most investigators wouldn’t cover.

Arguably Keith’s best work was his continuous coverage of what has been called Mind Control.  This is best exemplified in his book Mass Control: Engineering Human Consciousness.

This book not only covers the psychological and technological control that was looked into by the powers that be going back decades, but also how the CIA is coupled to this rather disturbing scenario.

Keith does an outstanding job of detailing the origins of this mechanism of social control, as well as being extremely precise in laying down the foundation of what places, such as the Tavistock Institute, were behind much of the push to implement this agenda in society.

As some of you may know, the Tavistock Institute is at the forefront of Social Engineering at a vast scale, and one of the best examples of this can be seen in the book Tavistock Institute – Social Engineering The Masses by Daniel Estulin.

The notable subjects that Keith begins in a wide & trenchant glance within this book, Estulin sinks his teeth into further in his own book.  Needless to say, the Tavistock institute is not the only major institution that has help fuel this nefarious Social Engineering agenda.

In any case, other quite notable aspects of societal control that Keith delves into include how society is being dumbing down, how ideology is often manipulated, how the subversion of sex is used, and how the erasing of the individual by molding them into a mindless robot is also being attempted.  But there’s more.

Veterans of these disciplines will know about official mind control programs such as Project Monarch, as well as the well-known Project MK Ultra, which is “sometimes referred to as the CIA’s mind control program, was the code name given to an illegal program of experiments on human subjects, designed and undertaking by the United States Central Intelligence Agency [CIA].”[1]

As the author details, not only do these programs have a streak of cult practice in them, but they also feature a extreme abuses with the use of drugs, as well as psychological abuses as individuals were made in every which way to bend to the will of the comptrollers running the programs.

What’s worse, is that the concealment of this abuse took place for a really long time, with many subjects unknowing of what took place due to the psychological programming that took place during the experiments.   This is accomplished by erecting “pseudo-scholarly fronts to disprove that such misdeeds exist.  Once such group is the False Memory Syndrome Foundation, a group of psychiatrists whose mission is to prove that cult abuse and mind control are figments of the imagination.”[2]

Its extremely disturbing that we live in a society that can not only carry out such experiments, but after being caught red handed continues its attempt to sweep its misdeeds under the rug.  Then again, those running the show [besides still being in power] have no respect for humanity, so its par for the course really.

All of the above, and much more is sifted through quite in depth by Jim Keith in this book.  This alone is a great starting point for those looking into the subject of mind control, but could also buttress research already known if the reader is already quite savvy in the subject.

Regardless, its a topic that affects us today, because as many investigators/researchers have detailed, its being used against people to mold our very minds.

To sum up this work, it is best to leave you with this nigh century old Orwellian quote by Edward Bernays, author of Propaganda:

“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. …We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society. …In almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons…who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires which control the public mind.”

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Sources & References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_MKUltra
[2] Jim Keith, Mass Control – Engineering Human Consciousness, p. 172.

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Book Review: Technocracy Rising – The Trojan Horse Of Global Transformation by Patrick M. Wood

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Zy Marquiez
March 9, 2016

Technocracy is one of those topics that seeps into nigh every facet of our lives, but which most people know nothing about.

To simplify its understanding, it’s always best to be as precise as possible when convening a message, especially using a term which doesn’t get bandied about regularly. Based on that, let us define what technocracy is for the purposes of this review:

“Technocracy is the science of social engineering, the scientific operation of the entire social mechanism to produce and distribute goods and services to the entire population…”
[“What Is Technocracy?”, The Technocrat, Vol. 3, No. 4, 1938]

As one can see from the date of the quote above, Technocracy is nothing new. It’s been around for many decades, and it has only morphed into something far more nefarious with time.

Technocracy Rising – The Trojan Horse Of Global Transformation, by Patrick M. Wood, is an absolutely phenomenal book, chockfull of sources, and extremely incisive. With that said, can definitely see people that know not of this/these topics giving it askance look, and that would be okay. Everyone should be open minded and skeptical about everything, regardless of where it comes from.

Still, the sources the author uses in this book are irrefutable, and what is taken place over decades covered by the author, even more so.

The book conveniently begins with coverage of how Technocracy began in its nascent stages, and how it progressed throughout time. It also does a methodical job of naming names, in bold throughout the book, of the characters behind the Technocratic agenda.

People like Zbigniew Brzezinski and David Rockefeller are mainstays in this agenda, and mentioned quite frequently throughout the book, for very good reason. Each of them, as well as a cadre of others, have been quite notably involved in the infusion of this agenda across multiple disciplines, throughout society, extending throughout all nations.

In any case, from Technocracy’s role within the Nazi’s Third Reich, to more modern components spread out throughout America and elsewhere, the book pulls no punches in outlining how the system is being established, and why it is so.

One thing that was unknown to me, that was quite useful for future reference et al. is the fact that the author mentions many individual components of Technocracy, all of which feed the super system of top-down control that’s being implemented.

Some of these include, but are not limited to:

Agenda 21
Common Core State Standards
Conservation Easements
Smart Growth
Land Use
Energy Smart Grid
Sustainable Development
Green Economy

Along with the above, how Technocracy affects Economics, Law, Government & even Religion are detailed quite extensively by the author.   Many people will find many parts of these chapters quite shocking, because most of this does not get any mainstream coverage. Unfortunately though, just because one hears not of an issue, doesn’t mean it is non-existent. Of course, media control is also quite the ever present component in these type of schemes, which is why most of the populace knows not of such issues.

Many more details are covered by the author, some more nefarious than others, but all serve to buttress this morally corrupt Technocratic that’s being constructed right before our very eyes.

Ultimately, how we react to issues in life is proportional to what we know. This book’s veritable crashcourse into what is taking place, is as detailed as it is sobering.

Anyone concerned about the future of their family/community/nation/planet should read this book.

In the age of information, ignorance is no excuse.

To paraphrase Ghandi, to be the change we wish to see in the world, we need to know what we face as individuals. This book allows us to do just that.

The future will be determined by what we decide to do.

Or not.

Book Review: Lifting The Veil by Jon Rappoport

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Zy Marquiez
February 5, 2016

In this very unique book, Lifting The Veil – David Icke Interviewed by Jon Rappoport, the author undertakes the interesting task interviewing as the book says the “most controversial speaker in the world”. Talk about an understatement.

There are many interesting topics covered by Rappoport and his interviewee, much [most?] of which is still relevant today.

The most notable topic discussed includes the fascinating subject of ‘The Brotherhood’, which is the name of group which some people might call The Illuminati, The Powers that [Shouldn’t Be], so on and so forth. Throughout the length of the book most of the subjects dovetail with this main shadow group and for good reason.

As many researchers have shown, there is an active thread of corruption that has been taking place for quite some time. What we call this conspiracy of corruption, power, greed and manipulation is irrelevant, for those very elements have been with humanity for centuries, if not longer.

In Icke’s point of view, the conspiracy goes back much farther than centuries. Again, although he might be right, it matters not for the most part. Reason being is that as long as it remains active today, that’s all that matters. That’s one of the things this book explores, and in a fascinating way at that.

Other notable topics include Icke’s point of view of the elite waging war, the creative power of the individual, how consciousness dovetails into all of this, as well as the notorious corruption with the Bushes and some of their nefarious dealings.

Icke and Rappaport even give a cursory look at the death of Princess Diana, while giving a more notable glance at the subject of mind control, MK Ultra, and so on.

From the get-go, Rappoport makes it a point of letting the reader know he doesn’t agree with everything Icke says. In truth, it’s not about agreeing, but more so about being open about the information knowing that there is a lot people don’t know about, and those abstruse topics are certainly explored quite in depth.

All in all, the book/interview sheds a kaleidoscope of information onto subjects that rarely if ever get covered by the mainstream. And when they do, it’s in essence as gatekeepers for the establishment.

If you are interested in finding out who’s running the show, at least from Icke’s point of view, then this book will definitely shed some light onto that.