When The Dam Breaks

“You’re not going to get anywhere…”

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Only one word can describe the Tiffany Jenks murder: overwhelming.

First, Tiffany herself was overwhelmed: overwhelmed with the enormity of her responsibilities at the Bonneville Power Administration, overwhelmed with the challenges of life in twenty-first century Babylon, and overwhelmed with her own failure to find a way out of the trap in which she found herself..

Next, John S. Captain, her boyfriend, was overwhelmed: overwhelmed with the challenge of helping Tiffany escape the downward spiral of her desperate self-medication with alcohol and prescriptions that unbeknownst to him was fueled by an insider-trading conspiracy at work in addition to the loss of her closest support, her father. John S. Captain, a Portland businessman who did not move in the upper-level circles of the Bonneville Power Administration, was overwhelmed with the sudden tragedy of the murder of Tiffany Jenks just days, even hours, after he himself had given up on Tiffany’s drinking problem. John Captain was then overwhelmed with the unexpected indifference of the police and courts and the inexplicable hostility of Tiffany’s family and friends to his demands for justice, and finally overwhelmed by the enormity of the evil that had engulfed Tiffany’s life and that was invisible to him until after her death. Had Tiffany not been secretly recording the conspiracy of killers in her life,( knowing that no one would believe what she herself could see happening in spite of not being able to describe it) John Captain’s grief would have gone the normal course of sorrow and moving on. He eventually would have shrugged at the common injustice of untimely death and the bad luck of Tiffany’s apparently random end.

But just click on the image here to listen to a recording Tiffany Jenks made, herself, on a phone she had borrowed from John Captain so that she could do this. She was beginning to be afraid of the manipulative way she was being controlled and no one, including John, really understood what she was up against. Listen to this “therapist” and then return to read the rest of the story, because while John Captain struggles to awaken the world to the cults that infest American society, and many dismiss him because of that, Tiffany really was being controlled. This man who was posing as a therapist was involved for a long time with the small group of people controlling her. It is no accident that those people, who included certain co-workers and even close family members, benefited from Tiffany’s reliance on an unprofessionally manipulative man instead of a legitimate therapist:


The media wants us all to believe that murders of women outside bars are just an everyday petty crime, a common tragedy. But Tiffany Jenks’s death was not a common tragedy. Tiffany Jenks was not a common woman whose biggest responsibility at work might have been to handle customers in a store or assist clients in an office. Tiffany Jenks was not the kind of woman who studied a bit of this and that, just enough to get a college degree and maybe a real estate or business license, whose only responsibility in her own life might have been staying just sober enough and well-behaved enough to hold a family together, drive the kids to soccer practice and keep track of whose turn it is to host the family Thanksgiving this year.

No. Tiffany Jenks was not that kind of woman. Tiffany Jenks was an engineer at the Bonneville Power Administration. Her life was an American dream of family blogintelligent family and friends, intellectual affluence, completely sheltered from the struggles of most people in America’s working class or welfare lines. No one is surprised when a girl from the streets, a girl who grew up in schoolyard fights and teenage shoplifting sprees and a string of drunk boyfriends ends up dead at the end of a night’s binges. The prosecution described just such a scenario. If John Captain had not embarked on a crusade of telling the world the truth about who Tiffany Jenks was and how she died, no one would ever have taken a second look at the common news story of a woman in a bar who met the wrong sort of people and wound up dead at their hands. It would have been just what the police wanted: “nothing to see here, folks, move along….”

But what exactly was Tiffany Jenks’s position at the Bonneville Power Administration and how could her job of overseeing the computerized array of dams have given anyone a reason to want her dead? And how could anyone who wanted her dead have possibly arranged not only for her murder, but also for the incredible indifference and even resistance of Law Enforcement to fully investigate and prosecute the street gang that kidnapped her and shot her in the head? How is such an enormous conspiracy even possible?

Tiffany at Bonneville

Tiffany worked at the Bonneville Power Administration in Oregon from 2001 to 2012, more than a decade. Her sister described her work as “physical scientist in real-time power generation”. A chart of Bonneville Power Administration

employees and salaries released in response to a FOIA request shows nothing but a blank space after her name and the entry of one small bonus payment for fiscal year 2013. Tiffany Jenks was murder on October 8, 2013. According to John Captain, she was making well over a hundred thousand a year in salary, not unusual for a person in charge of Real-Time Power Generation who oversaw more than 20 dams in the hydroelectric system.

What might that job have entailed? Here is what Jeremy Hau, a writer for Science Line had to say about real-time power generation in 2007 when he was quoting George Gross, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Illinois’ Institute of Government and Public Affairs:


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“Gross said utility companies and federal agencies need to modernize the grid – not only building new transmission lines, but also using new technologies like a real-time monitoring system to make the grid more efficient.

Real-time monitoring would allow grid operators to distribute power more efficiently, as well as watch for trouble spots involving congestion and overloading. The Department of Energy and university researchers are working on developing such technology, but there is still no national system in place.

Whatever new solutions are implemented, they will have to handle the demands of the current restructured electricity markets while ensuring a reliable grid.

Hau interviewed Gross in 2007. Tiffany Jenks had already been working in power generation at Bonneville for seven years. Among the many things Tiffany said to John during the year of their relationship, just after she stopped working at Bonneville, was that a new training program had her concerned that “lots of people could die.” John did not understand what her job entailed. John was not a scientist, he was a businessman who handled real estate and investments. He met Tiffany after she had begun her downward spiral and was looking for an apartment to rent. He has described her as the smartest woman he ever met, unlike most of the women he was likely to meet. He fell in love. He argued with Tiffany about what he saw as her abandonment of her own intellect, her own “potential”, her amazing career. He did not understand how she could walk away from her old life. He did not understand that she had seen something terribly evil in that life that was beyond words. He tried to help her get sober while she tried to confide in him. They were talking to each other across a culture gap that was, in some ways, as profound as any language barrier.

What Did Tiffany Say?

What did Tiffany Jenks say to John that made him think something nefarious, like maybe “insider trading”, could have been going on before she left the Bonneville Power Administration?

Here is what John S. Captain said in an interview on March 22, 2017 with radio host Alfred Webre:

Alfred: And you have unfolded some of the wider implications ranging from the fact that your girlfriend, Tiffany was murdered. At the time that she was murdered, she was in charge of 21 dams. These are dams that hold back the water for the Bonneville Power Facility. And that could involve what you were saying lives of many, many people.

John: Yeah, Mr. Webre. Actually she had recently resigned or retired from the dams because of the fact, and I believe it, and based on the audio that she recorded with her therapist, she had come to the conclusion that there was a great possibility for her that she was a mind control victim…”

So there it is: a lot of attention is given in the truth-press to the question of mind-control victims in the MKULTRA program and their families: who they are and how they became victims, and even whether or not that is truly a reality. But there really are only two possibilities: if people are indeed put into “mind control” then someone is investing a great deal of resources and energy into controlling them, and so we have to wonder why? And if “mind control” is nothing more than an urban legend, then the more than 22,000 government documents about the mind-control program that were released to the public as a result of Congressional hearings in 1977 would have to be the most massive fabrication in history. What connects Tiffany Jenks to a mind-control program is partly the accidental history that placed her family, in the years of the CIA’s establishment of the operation, in its scope. But the more important connection is the reason she would have been murdered instead of kept on as a control victim, if in fact that is what she was. And that reason is not hard to understand, at all. It was corporate corruption at the company where she was a key employee: the Bonneville Power Administration.

Ordinary Criminal Conspiracies Also Exist

Even if MKULTRA and all of the associated mind-control phenomena never existed, someone inside the Bonneville Power Administration would have wanted Tiffany Jenks dead. That is what really matters as far as the Law (or lack of it) is concerned. It is the job of the police in Oregon to ferret out the whole story behind Tiffany Jenks’s murder and to bring the responsible parties within their jurisdiction to justice: those who are directly responsible inside the Bonneville Power Administration as well as inside the little street-gang that actually did the shooting. The American people have to deal with the MKULTRA cults that the government spawned in those horrible experiments, but the Department of Justice has to investigate and prosecute the insider trading and murderous corruption inside the Bonneville Power Administration.

Bigger Than Enron?

Here is another quote from the Webre interview, in which John Captain goes into more detail about that corruption:

“And so, when she talks to her therapist and she says to him, “I ran 21 dams in the nuclear power plant on the Columbia River Water [incomprehensible] for those people who don’t know, that runs through Oregon, Washington and provides all of Las Vegas, California with their power. By the way, just another element of this and her job at the dams. Me and Tiffany had many discussions because I’m a trader on the stock market (who understands) Insider Trading. And this is one element, not necessarily the one why she’s dead, but important for the public to know, because we’re all being taken for a ride.

Tiffany’s job at the Bonneville Power Administration was the very top level of control, okay? So there may have been other people below her. But she was a scientist in full control of the dams’ levers, where 21 dams would be raised and lowered to effectively change the water flow of water on the Columbia River and other dams of other waterway systems. And she told me several times of this part of her job was to write down on a piece of paper a number. And that number would correspond with what she was about to do to the dams. And since these people were on the other side of the glass and she was forbidden to talk to them, because they were traders, she wrote that number down and handed it through the glass to people she’s now allowed to talk to. About 10 different discussions with Tiffany about that, where I’d try to explain to her, they call that insider trading.

Now, if somebody with more brains than me about insider trading, because I don’t do insider trading. I don’t protect the public from insider trading, wants to chime in on these words, but I’m going to tell you what Tiffany said. Tiffany Jenks running the Bonneville dam… running the dams for the Bonneville Power which includes the Bonneville Dam, the Grand Coulee Dam, and those other huge dams, is involved in insider trading as an employee of the Bonneville Power Administration.link to scienceline org Now, what she specifically told me, and we had 10 follow up arguments about that, was that she was asked her employer, Bonneville Power, to write a number down that corresponds to what she was about to do with the water flow. And because she could not talk to the people on the other side of the glass, she handed them a piece of paper with those numbers on them. Now, I said, “Tiffany. That is a classic definition of insider trading. If it’s not, give me the numbers first, so I can trade the commodity of power on the grid.” See? If I was to have those numbers that she wrote down, I would have, then, committed insider trading. Right? Period?

Now, unless somebody can tell me I’m thinking wrong, what I see is, you’ve got the top person running 21 dams, writing down a number that says, “I’m going to change the flow of the water. IE: all the power grid.” Okay, so this is bigger than (Enron) by the way. I’m going to change the flow of the water and there, on the other side, the three men on the other side or women, are going to trade power based on my actions. I said, “Tiffany, how is that not insider trading?” and she goes, well she didn’t really understand what insider trading was. I said insider trading is where you help a benefit that I don’t. Okay? There are millions and millions of senior citizens, sitting in their home right now, that can’t pay their power bill, because you guys are defrauding the public at the Bonneville Power Administration. According to her words, in my opinion only, where she writes down the action, and hands it to day traders on the other side of the window, and they destroyed power commodities. How’s that possible?

Now, there’s only 5 people or 4 people that have her job in all the Bonneville Power. She’s got paid like 150,000 a year or I believe something with that effect. So there’s only 4 other people that know the truth about this story. Tiffany confided in me… now, I can’t make this stuff up. This is what she told me, word for word. So, Tiffany wrote those numbers down, handed it to other people, and they day traded on power under the other side of the glass. And she specifically said, Mr. Webre, that she was not allowed to talk to them. So she got part of the story right. You can call it a technicality if you want. I call it insider trading.”

Alfred Webre gives some background on the kind of company we are looking at when we consider the Bonneville Power Administration. Here is what he had to say:

Alfred: Very interesting. Very interesting. Well, yeah. Here’s some more context. If you’re looking at, this is just a background on the Bonneville Power Administration. It stamps include a nuclear power plant located on the (Handford) site. So you’re talking about a nuclear power plant, you go to the history. Listen to this: “In 1973, Bill Gates and Paul Allen were hired to write software for the PDP 10 computer that manage BPA’s power grid.” Those are the guys that founded Microsoft. So, and that’s when Microsoft first took off. 20130424-detail-RODS-02And those guys are illuminati. So, BPA was an illuminati company. They bought in two illuminati assets at the beginning of their careers in 1973. Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Bill Gates is like, Bill Gates is one of the three premier world artificial intelligence host and sponsors on the planet now. Along with Ray Kurzweil and Prince Charles. And Bill Gates, in 1973, Bill Gates and Paul Allen were hired to write a software for the PDP 10 computer that manage BPAs power grid. So this is a premier illuminati site. This is premier. They brought in Bill Gates and Paul Allen to launch Microsoft. BPA fueled the beginning of Microsoft in 1973.

Tiffany Jenks was in charge of “Real-Time Generation” on 21 dams in the Bonneville system. That meant she worked directly with the power flow and the computers that managed the data. She told John S. Captain that she was worried about the fact that someone in authority over her had instructed her to write numbers down on slips of paper and pass them, without speaking, to a trader. Power companies do employ traders to handle financial transactions, but one would assume that the person working in that department of the Bonneville Power Administration would have a computer screen displaying the numbers that were apparently so important, wouldn’t one?

Here are some job descriptions related to Tiffany Jenks’s position and the traders’ positions at real-time power generating systems in New York and Canada, taken from the October 2017 edition of the New York Independent System Operator’s Day-Ahead Scheduling Manual, page 28:

20171014_191627 Real-Time Commitment (RTC) – After the Day-Ahead schedule is published and no later than 75 minutes before each hour, Customers may submit Real-Time Bids into RTC for real-time evaluation[….]The following is a brief description of the data flow between the various Day-Ahead functions. Bid Information – The Bid information that is passed to the Bid/Post System from the Market Participants is listed in the NYISO Market Participant User’s Guide. Posts Billing Information – The Bid/Post System is required to pass all schedules, pricing, and results to the Billing & Accounting System, on a daily basis. Posts User Activities – All user access to the Bid/Post System function is logged and stored. Any data items entered or changed with the associated timing information, are stored for future tracking and auditing purposes. A complete duplicate of Bid/Post System information is retained. Security Constrained Unit Commitment – The SCUC saves the hourly output of each generator for energy, reserves, and regulation. Bid/Post System to SCUC – The SCUC program requires all of the validated bid information from the Bid/Post System. External Transactions are treated in the base case as generators and loads”

You don’t have to understand the intricacies of the energy markets and insider-trading regulations to see that in all this technical language there lies the description of a process which should not have included numbers written by hand on slips of paper silently passed from the person in charge of Real Time Generation at the power plant to someone involved with transactions with outside traders. Anyone with legitimate access to that information would have had a secure computerized and regulated access. Yet, according to John Captain, Tiffany Jenks said that she was required by someone supervising her to write numbers on paper and slip them silently to someone else on the other side of a partition, every day! No wonder she was so stressed she drank too much! She may have been so focused on her own scientific work that she never bothered to learn about the stock market and its regulations, but she was not a stupid person, not by any means, and she did understand the implications of what could happen. Her very naivete might have been the reason someone at BPA thought it was safe to use her as a conduit, but her sharp intelligence may have been the reason the same person (or people) wanted her dead. Getting her pushed into the street might have been sufficient if she stayed drunk and never connected with anyone who would listen to her and believe her. But as soon as she began to sober up and connect with a new friend who did understand what she was talking about, then a murder had to be arranged.

Tiffany and John

John Captain was helping Tiffany Jenks get sober during at least part of 2013. She had been staying with a friend named Richard Lovett who, along with her mother, tried to get her to go to a Presbyterian church. Lovett had gave her a spare room in his house, an unfurnished storage closet. She continued to drink and use prescriptions while there. He and her family were supportive of Tiffany’s reliance on medical prescriptions (even though she was prescribed many

that should never have been given to an alcoholic or in combination with each other) and of her reliance on “therapy”. But Tiffany Jenks apparently felt increasingly distrustful of the “help” she was getting. When she decided not to stay in the unfurnished room at Lovett’s place, she looked around for her own rental, and she met John Captain. John fell in love with her. He stepped up to help her kick the liquor habit and he did it the old-fashioned way. He told her that if she was to stay on his premises, she was not to drink, He helped pay for some of her medical costs while she got straightened out with benefits after leaving her job. Because she had been such a highly-paid professional, she qualified for maximum disability. John’s efforts in her behalf showed him that she had been hospitalized for over a hundred thousand dollars worth of medical care for apparent suicide attempts during the time Lovett and her family were supposedly helping her. He became alarmed, this was more than he had expected, possibly more than he could handle. But he soldiered on while Tiffany tried to get sober. She was living with a man named Tony Green who was described as a drug dealer by her mother, according to John Captain. She confided stories to him of treatment from her mother that shocked him. She confided stories of what she faced at work and he told her “that sounds like insider trading.” and he had to explain it to her. He began to understand why she left that life. When he went to Lovett’s house to help Tiffany move into one of the apartments he owned, he saw a bare room. Tiffany had been sleeping on the floor. Lovett, a well-educated and well-respected published author of science fiction, a leader in Portland’s athletic community of joggers and runners, didn’t even have the common decency of any host to supply his guest with a bed! John began to see a pattern of poverty and abuse among these wealthy, cultured people that rivals anything you would see in the most run-down trailer park.

John’s Fight

Everyone seemed to gang up on John Captain for trying to help Tiffany. Her family, who would not give her shelter, called him an abusive boyfriend. After Tiffany was killed and John Captain appeared on news talk shows describing the kind of work she did at Bonneville Power Administration, Lovett publicly mocked the idea that she had any kind of responsibility at all. He used his apparent respectability as a published science writer to discredit anything Captain would say to inspire investigation of why someone at Bonneville Power Authority might want her dead. Here is something he said on the Oppermann Report:

“She worked for the Bonneville Power Administration […] they basically market the power that comes off the Columbia River system. They have things to do with managing flows, for the salmon and navigation.“

Oppermann then inserts a new narrative, saying that people are claiming “Tiffany Jenks was inserted into the power system in order to sabotage the dams and cause great catastrophe, do you think that would even have been possible?”
This is very interesting on Oppermann’s part and I encourage you to listen to both interviews and notice Lovett’s evasive tone. By the time this interview was done, John Captain had been on numerous shows hosted by such well-known personalities as Clyde Lewis, Kev Baker, and Richie Allen, among many others who investigate conspiracies and who have focussed on the apparent MKULTRA history of Tiffany Jenks’s family (a history that is well documented to h ave involved most scientists who worked at Los Alamos during the years MKULTRA was active, which includes Tiffany Jenks’s father.) John Captain has published recordings that Tiffany made of her own so-called therapist using easily recognized MKULTRA techniques to control her responses to his questions. Much of the story John Captain has told has focussed on the psychological control that he witnessed in Tiffany’s life. But while John Captain has devoted a good deal of his energy to blaming the possible MKULTRA background of Tiffany’s family and the therapist’s use of mind-control techniques for her situation, he has never suggested she herself was some kind of sleeper-agent to be used for sabotage. Her therapist did, however, seem to suggest such things and John Captain published the recordings Tiffany began to make with a phone she borrowed from him when she began to distrust her therapist.

John Captain said that Tiffany described insider trading. When you start to examine the irregular activities at Bonneville Power Administration that she described they do suggest insider trading. Everything else that was discussed on all those radio shows about the larger problem of the American government’s mind-control programs and the MKULTRA history becomes a red herring that Oppermann is skillfully inserting into his show in a way that diverts attention from the more immediate possibility of a simple criminal conspiracy that was in danger of being exposed by Tiffany Jenks’s growing independence. I am not saying that “Mind Control” is not important to understanding what happened to Tiffany Jenks, but it is actually not that important to investigating the corruption that protected the cult-like gang who murdered her. They probably acted on behalf of someone inside the Bonneville Power Administration who was becoming paranoid about Tiffany’s inquisitive intellect. Oppermann seems to use the “MKULTRA/Monarch-Slave” angle to attempt to discredit John Captain’s narrative.

Very strange, frankly, when you consider that Oppermann promotes himself as a conspiracy investigator. He cleverly does not attribute the Monarch-Slave insertion claim to John Captain, because in the entire interview Captain never said that. What Captain did say, in response to Oppermann’s questions after almost two hours of an excellent presentation of dozens of facts and examples of official misconduct surrounding the murder investigation and the prosecution, was that Tiffany Jenks herself said to him as well as to her therapist (in a recorded session!) that she was under mind control, she was a “robot”, etc and that he did not understand what she was talking about because he had never heard of the Illuminati, Monarch Slaves, etc and wouldn’t have believed it if he had. Captain says that he only came to understand this part of Tiffany’s life AFTER he met Clyde Lewis and began learning about it from Mr. Lewis.

Now at this point in Mr. Oppermann’s interview it is important to note that at about one hour and fifty minutes into the discussion, Oppermann comes back from a break and says he now wants to talk about these theories. Captain did not steer the conversation in that direction, Oppermann did. Then Oppermann seems to chuckle at the idea that John S. Captain is in China. He seems to forget that at an earlier point in the interview, when they were reviewing the events of Captain’s relationship with Tiffany Jenks, that Captain describes himself and Tiffany spending time in Thailand. He also ignores the fact that it is not at all uncommon for businessmen to have reasons to be in China, or for people with the means to do so, to travel throughout Asia. He chuckles and invests a significant amount of energy into baiting Captain about being fearful and feeling safer in China. John Captain doesn’t seem to recognize that Oppermann is playing to an audience that would consider international travel weird. My goodness, I have a nephew-in-law who spends half the year in China arranging deals for a company that makes teddy-bears! I had friends in college who discovered they could travel the world and live cheaply after coming up with the plane fare! John Captain is a man who owns commercial real estate, has owned at least one nightclub, a tanning parlor, a day-spa, and who plays the stock market. He probably makes more money traveling than he would if he sat in an office in Portland. Yet Oppermann subtly and then not-so-subtly pushes the interview into a truly insulting level of baiting, after proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that the police mishandled the investigation, that it appeared Captain was being set up to be framed until it became impossible to skew the evidence away from the true killers, Michelle Worden-Brosey, Joshua Robinnett and Daniel Bruynell.

Oppermann even tries to make it look as if Captain impulsively moved to China upon receiving a threatening email. He almost openly mocks him with the idea that “Illuminati” (to quote Oppermann) might not be able to locate him in China. Then he moves into a discussion of the therapist and John Captain explains some of the techniques that appear in the recordings that prove the therapist was indeed using manipulative, hypnotic techniques, which are well-documented in cases involving cult control and which are not usually part of normal therapy: John Captain believes that if he can prove that the mind-control techniques were used, then people would insist on knowing who wanted to use it to kill Tiffany Jenks.

In no part of the first interview does John Captain suggest the Manchurian Candidate scenario that Opperman will introduce into his next interview, which is not with John Captain but is with Richard Lovett, the man in whose house Tiffany was living when she made numerous suicide attempts and was placed under heavy and medically irresponsible sedation. Oppermann, who led the first interview through a long process of questions which tended to strongly establish the timeline of specific events related to the murder itself and proved the suspicious behavior of police, begins to complain about the length and complexity of the interview. Yet no one listening to it would get the impression that anything was unsusual until the very end, when Oppermann himself decides to drop the factual exposition of the murder and related events in favor of exploring the role of “the Illuminati”. In fact, up until that point, the listener is rivetted to a fascinating and well-told story of a series of plain, ordinary events that add up to a woman who knew certain people wanted her dead, a boyfriend who did not understand what she was trying to tell him, and a police department that seems to go out of its way to NOT investigate or prosecute the killers. In fact, Oppermann’s skillful questioning makes it obvious that Tiffany Jenks was resourceful enough and insightful enough to realize that if she used John Captain’s own phone to make some of the recordings that prove she faced a group of people who were indeed planning her death, he would end up with them one way or another. She knew her own phone would not be given to him after her death, but his would. And she used it.

Why did Oppermann do this, and why of all people does he then use his next show to interview Richard Lovett?

to be continued…

MindWar | The Science of Psychological Warfare | The PsyOp Defined | The Birth of M/K Ultra Monarch Mind Control

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Full text of “Michael Aquino’s (US Satanist) – From PSYOP to MindWar – The Psychology of Victory (1980) – Source: archive.org

Download From PSYOP to MindWar in PDF format.

This is a document that was written by Army Lt. Colonel Michael Aquino (NSA General) who was an MK Ultra mind control programmer. He released this document in a “full text” manner as if to play it down as “no big deal” as he indicates in the document itself. This is simply a ploy to fool the general public into dismissing this document as merely a “conversation piece” for the military, specifically to “encourage some future thought within the PSYOP community” as a project he was asked to do by his superior officer.

beyonceand-the-butterfly-300x225As it turned out, this document began the new era of CIA mind control now known as MK/Ultra. The following documentary lays bare the details of that program and the text which follows is the full text of that initial “conversation Piece”…


There was a very real intended purpose behind this research and that is the fact that the CIA was looking for ways to gain full control over an individual without them realizing they were being controlled. This has now evolved into the phenomena we witness today in the form of the 9c1db60c3afb69486382f240341d18680d51d341_473“Lone Gunman” terrorists who carry out terrorist style attacks and are later found to have been subjugated to some mysterious form of sophisticated mind control and many of them are found to have ingested SSRIs (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors) which they were conveniently prescribed by their doctors…

This became the precursor of mind control research which has lead to the more sophisticated mind control techniques which are secretively (not for long) in practice today and involve the use of radio frequencies, illegally placed body implants, and hand held microwave weapons.

You have probably heard about this research but are most likely unaware that you have because it involves a specific group of people who are now known as TIs (Targeted Individuals). This criminal research operation has been ongoing for some time and has amassed quite a large number of participants, some willing and happy to torture others for the sheer rush they get from the power derived from their part without the threat of arrest and others because they have been coerced into service or else be a continual victim of the attacks themselves.

Britney Spears Monarch Mind ControlEither way this is a massive conspiracy and is being carried out in a highly covert fashion. Ultimately the TIs are the real victims much like those who have been the prey for the CIA’s MK Ultra Monarch Mind Control program. I will be writing more about Targeted Individuals in my next post and will back link that post to this one.



For more information, see the extended research links at the end of this article:

From PSYOP to MindWar:
The Psychology of Victory

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Colonel Paul E. Valley
Commander

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Major Michael A. Aquino
PSYOP Research & Analysis Team Leader

Headquarters, 7th Psychological Operations Group
United States Army Reserve
Presidio of San Francisco, California
1980

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Introduction

– by Michael A. Aquino
Lt. Colonel, Military Intelligence, USAR-Ret
November 2003

In the later 1970s, Psychological Operations (PSYOP) doctrine in the U.S. Army had yet to emerge from the disappointment and frustration of the Vietnam War. Thus it was that in 1980 Colonel Paul Vallely (1) , Commander of the 7th PSYOP Group, asked me, as his Headquarters PSYOP Research & Analysis (FA) Team Leader, to draft a paper that would encourage some future thought within the PSYOP community. He did not want a Vietnam postmortem, but rather some fresh and innovative ideas concerning PSYOP’s evolution and application.

I prepared an initial draft, which Colonel Vallely reviewed and annotated, which resulted in revised drafts and critiques until he was satisfied, and the result of that was this paper: From PSYOP to MindWar: The Psychology of Victory. (2)

Colonel Vallely sent copies of it to various governmental offices, agencies, commands, and publications involved or interested in PSYOP. He intended it not as an article for publication, but simply as a “talking paper” to stimulate dialogue. In this it was quite successful, judging by the extensive and lively letters he received concerning it over the next several months.

That should have been the end of MindWar: a minor “staff study” which had done its modest job.

With the arising of the Internet in the 1980s, however, MindWar received an entirely  unexpected – and somewhat comic – resurrection. Allusions to it gradually proliferated, with its “sinister” title quickly winning it the most lurid, conspiracy-theory reputation. The rumor mill soon had it transformed into an Orwellian blueprint for Manchurian Candidate mind control and world domination. My own image as an occult personality added fuel to the wildfire: MindWar was now touted by the lunatic fringe as conclusive proof that the Pentagon was awash in Black Magic and Devil-worship.

Now that this absurdly comic opera has at least somewhat subsided, I thought that it might be interesting to make a complete and accurate copy of the paper available,  together with an Introduction and some historical-hindsight annotations to place it in reasonable context. After all it did – and perhaps still does – have something worthwhile  to say.

Within the U.S. military, PSYOP has habitually been relegated to a back-seat as a “force multiplier”. The principal strategic decisions are made in consideration of traditional  political and military interests and goals. Only then is PSYOP invited to the table, to help  achieve already-agreed-upon missions more efficiently.

MindWar reverses this sequence. Psychological means for achieving victory – essentially through convincing the enemy that he really wants to bring his national policies into  harmony with ours – are fashioned in support of basic political goals. The use of  “ordinary” military force (bombs, bullets, etc.) is regarded as a “last resort” in circumstances wherein MindWar by itself fails.



(1) Later Major General, USAR.

(2) The term “MindWar” was coined by another PSYOP officer, Colonel Richard Sutter, and myself in 1977. After seeing the recent film Star Wars, we played with a modification of its name as a futuristic replacement for the somewhat bland Army designation “Psychological Operations”. An avowedly science-fictional treatment of MindWar, complete with a caricature of Sutter at its helm, appears in my Star Wars story The Dark Side, available at http://www.xeper.org/maquino



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The advantage of Mind War is that it conducts wars in nonlethal, noninjurious, and nondestructive ways. Essentially you overwhelm your enemy with argument. You seize control of all of the means by which his government and populace process information  to make up their minds, and you adjust it so that those minds are made up as you desire. Everyone is happy, no one gets hurt or killed, and nothing is destroyed.

Ordinary warfare, on the other hand, is characterized by its lack of reason. The antagonists just maim or kill each other’s people, and steal or destroy each other’s land, until one side is hurt so badly that it gives up [or both sides are hurt so badly that they agree to stop short of victory]. After such a war there is lasting misery, hate, and  suffering.

The only loser in MindWar are the war profiteers: companies and corporations which grow fat on orders for helicopters, tanks, guns, munitions, etc. Consequently what President Dwight Eisenhower referred to as the “military/industrial complex” can be counted upon to resist implementation of MindWar as the governing strategic conflict doctrine.

That’s the MindWar prospectus in its most simplified form.

While in the 1980s I had no reason to think that this paper had had any official effect upon U.S. PSYOP doctrine within or beyond the Army, it was with some fascination that I saw specific of its prescriptions applied during the first Gulf War, and recently even  more obviously during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. In both instances extreme PSYOP was directed both against the object of the attack and upon U.S. domestic public perception and opinion, in 2003 to the extent of “embedding” journalists with military units to inevitably channel their perspectives and perceptions.

The impact of even these minor techniques of MindWar was remarkable. A psychological climate of inexorable U.S. victory was created and sustained in both the United States and Iraq, which accelerated that victory on the ground.

Somewhat less positively, the failure of MindWar in this instance to be guided by only the most rigorous principles of truth and ethics has just as inexorably led to a substantial post- victory evaporation of that euphoric climate. Therein lies the Achilles’ heel of MindWar. Invoking as it does the most intense emotions and commitments of its audiences, it must deliver the goods as they are judged by the target audiences. If the ethical values of those audiences are not respected – if MindWar is used only in the  service of ulterior motives and objectives – the resulting “disintoxication”can be socially  shattering.

In 1987 I wrote a more extensive research paper for the National Defense University concerning the ethics of PSYOP. Particularly if MindWar is actually to be employed as a feature of U.S. foreign policy, I cannot stress too strongly the need for its subordination to the strictest and most enlightened principles of humanity as discussed in that paper. Psychological Operations: The Ethical Dimension is also available for download at http://www.xeper.org/maquino

Now let’s take a look at the 1980 MindWar paper itself. In addition to its original footnotes (which generally identify quote-sources), I have added a few new ones to highlight/critique some of its themes. These new footnotes are identified by “[MA2003]” at their beginning.

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From PS YOP to MindWar: The Psychology of Victory LTC John Alexander’s Military  Review article in support of “psychotronics” – intelligence and operational employment  of ESP – was decidedly provocative. (3)

Criticism of research in this area, based as it is on  existing frontiers of scientific law, brings to mind the laughter that greeted the Italian  scientist Spallanzani in 1794 when he suggested that bats navigate in the dark means of  what we now call sonar. “If they see with their ears, then do they hear with their eyes?”  went the joke, but I suspect that the U.S. Navy is glad someone took the idea seriously  enough to pursue it. (4)

Psychotronic research is in its infancy, but the U.S. Army already possesses an operational weapons systems designed to do what LTC Alexander would like ESP to do – except that this weapons system uses existing communications media. It seeks to map  the minds of neutral and enemy individuals and then to change them in accordance with  U.S. national interests. It does this on a wide scale, embracing military units,  regions, nations, and blocs. In its present form it is called Psychological Operations (PSYOP).

Does PSYOP work, or is it a merely a cosmetic with which field commanders would rather not be bothered?

Had the question been asked in 1970, the answer would have been that PSYOP works very well indeed. In 1967 and 1968 alone, a total of 29,276 armed Viet Cong/NVA (the equivalent of 95 enemy infantry battalions) surrendered to ARVN or MACV forces under the Chieu Hoi amnesty program – the major PSYOP effort in the Vietnam War. At the time MACV estimated that the elimination of that same number of troops in combat would of  cost us 6,000 dead. (5)

On the other hand, we lost the war – not because we were out-fought, but because we were out-PSYOPed. Our national will to victory was attacked more effectively than we attacked that of the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong, and perception of this fact encouraged the enemy to hang on until the United States finally broke and ran for home.

So our PSYOP failed. It failed not because its principles were unsound, but rather because it was outmatched by the PSYOP of the enemy. The Army’s efforts enjoyed some  impressive successes, but our own PSYOP did not really change the minds of the enemy  populace, nor did it defend the U.S. populace at home against the propaganda of the  enemy. Furthermore the enemy’s PSYOP was so strong that it – not bigger armies or better weapons – overcame all of the Cobras and Spooky s and ACAVs and B52s we fielded. The lesson is not to ignore our own PSYOP capability, but rather to change it and strengthen it so that it can do precisely that kind of thing to our enemy in the next war. Better hardware is nice, but by itself it will change nothing if we do not win the war for the mind.

The first thing it is necessary to overcome is a view of PSYOP that limits it to routine, predictable, over-obvious, and hence marginally effective “leaflet and loudspeaker” applications. Battlefield devices of this sort have their place, but it should be that of a accessory to the main effort. That main effort cannot begin at the company or division level; it must originate at the national level. It must strengthen our national will to  victor.



(3) Alexander, Lieutenant Colonel John B., “The New Mental Battlefield: Beam me  up, Spock” in Military Review, Vol LX, No. 12 December 1980.

(4) [MA2003] Alexander (later Colonel) was involved with “parapsychological” ideas and  experiments such as ESP and “remote viewing”. These have no connection whatever with  either traditional PSYOP or MindWar. Cf. my paper Project Star Gate: $20 Million up in Smoke [and Mirrors] at www .xeper.org/maquino .

(5) ” Chieu Hoi: The Winning Ticket”. MACV Command Information Pamphlet 6-69, March 1969.



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and it must attack and ultimately destroy that of our enemy. It both causes and is affected by physical combat, but it is a type of war which is fought on a far more subtle basis as well – in the minds of the national populations involved.

So let us begin with a simple name change. We shall rid ourselves of the self-
conscious, almost “embarrassed” concept of “psychological operations”. In its place we
shall create Mind War. The term is harsh and fear-inspiring, and so it should be: It is a
term of attack and victory – not one of the rationalization and coaxing and conciliation.
The enemy may be offended by it; that is quite all right as long as he is defeated by it. A
definition is offered:

MindWar is the deliberate, aggressive convincing of all participants in a war that we will win that war.

It is deliberate in that it is planned, systematic, and comprehensive effort involving all
levels of activity from the strategic to the tactical. It is aggressive because opinions and
attitudes must be actively changed from those antagonistic to us to those supportive of us
if we are to achieve victory. We will not win if we content ourselves with countering
opinions and attitudes instilled by enemy governments. We must reach the people before they resolve to support their armies, and we must reach those armies before our combat troops ever see them on battlefields.

Compare this definition with that of psychological warfare as first offered by General
William Donovan of the OSS in his World War II-era “Basic Estimate of Psychological
Warfare”:

Psychological warfare is the coordination and use of all means, including moral and
physical, by which the end is attained – other than those of recognized military operations, but including the psychological exploitation of the result of those recognized military actions – which tend to destroy the will of the enemy to achieve victory and to damage his political or economic capacity to do so; which tend to deprive the enemy of the support, assistance, or sympathy of his allies or associates or of neutrals, or to prevent his acquisition of such support, assistance, or sympathy; or which tend to create, maintain, or increase the will to victory of our own people and allies and to acquire, maintain, or to increase the support, assistance, and sympathy of neutrals.6

If the euphemism “psychological operations” resulted from, as one general officer put
it in a 1917 letter, “a great need for a synonym which would be used in peacetime that
would not shock the sensibilities of a citizen of democracy”, then it may have succeeded domestically.

On the other hand it does not seem to have reassured the sensibilities of the Soviets, who in 1980 described the U.S. Army PSYOP as including:

… unpardonable methods of ideological sabotage including not just blackmail, provocation, and terror.



6 Roosevelt, Kermit (Ed.) War Report of the OSS. New York: Walker and Company, 1976, Volume I, page 99.

7 Letter, Major General W.C. Wyman to Major General Lauris Norsted, 22 July 1947, quoted to Paddock, Colonel Alfred H., “Psychological and Unconventional Warfare, 1941-1952: Origins of a ‘Special Warfare’ Capability for the United States Army”. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College.

8 Belashchenko, T., ‘”Black Propaganda’ from Fort Bragg” in Sovetskiy Voin. Moscow, June 1980, pages 46-47.



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The reluctance with which the Army has accepted even an “antiseptic” PSYOP
component is well-documented in Colonel Alfred Paddock’ s brilliant treatise on the history of PSYOP establishment. Again and again efforts to forge this weapon into its most effective configuration were frustrated by leaders who could not or should not see that wars are fought and won or lost not on battlefields but in the minds of men. As Colonel Paddock so aptly concludes:

In a real sense, the manner in which psychological and unconventional warfare evolved from 1941 until their union as a formal Army capability in 1952 suggests a theme that runs throughout the history of special warfare: the story of a hesitant and reluctant Army attempting to cope with concepts and organizations of an unconventional nature. 9

According to the present doctrine, PSYOP is considered an accessory to the main
effort of winning battles and wars; the term usually used is “force multiplier”. It is
certainly not considered a precondition to command decisions. Thus PSYOP cannot
predetermine the political or psychological effectiveness of a given military action. It can
only be used to point that action in the best possible colors as it is taken.

MindWar cannot be so relegated. It is, in fact, the strategy to which tactical warfare
must conform if it is to achieve maximum effectiveness. The MindWar scenario must be
preeminent in the mind of the commander and must be the principal factor in his every
field decision. Otherwise he sacrifices measures which actually contribute to winning the
war to measures of immediate, tangible satisfaction. [Consider the rational for “body
counts” in Vietnam.]

Accordingly PSYOP “combat support” units as we now know them must become a
thing of the past. MindWar teams must offer technical expertise to the commander from
the onset of the planning process, and at all levels down to that of the battalion. Such
teams cannot be composed – as they are now – of branch-immaterial officers and NCOs
who know simply the basics of tactical propaganda operations. They must be composed of full-time experts who strive to translate the strategy of national MindWar into tactical goals maximize the effective winning of the war and minimize loss of life. Such MindWar teams will win commanders respect only if they can deliver on their promises. 10

What the Army now considers to be the most effective PSYOP – tactical PSYOP – is
actually the most limited and primitive effort, due to the difficulties of formulating and
delivering messages under battlefield constraints. Such efforts must continue, but they are properly seen as reinforcement of the main MindWar effort. If we do not attack the
enemy’s will until he reaches the battlefield, his nation will have strengthened it as best it can. We must attack that will before it is thus locked in place. We must instill in it a
predisposition to inevitable defeat.

Strategic MindWar must begin the moment war is considered to be inevitable. It must
seek out the attention of the enemy nation through every available medium, and it must
strike at the nation’s potential soldiers before they put on their uniforms. It is in their
homes and their communities that they are most vulnerable to MindWar. Was the United
States defeated in the jungles of Vietnam, or was it defeated in the streets of American
cities?



9 Paddock, op. cit., page 258.

10 [MA2003] In 1980 neither PSYOP nor Special Forces were career branches in the Army. Rather they were “branch-immaterial”, meaning that assignments to them were relatively brief and at the long-term risk of promotion within one’s basic branch. Later SF would become both an officer and an enlisted branch, and PSYOP would gain an enlisted branch, but PSYOP does not yet have an officer career branch.



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To this end MindWar must be strategic in emphasis, with tactical applications playing
a reinforcing, supplementary role. In its strategic context, MindWar must reach out to
friends, enemies, and neutrals alike across the globe – neither through primitive
“battlefield” leaflets and loudspeakers of PSYOP nor through the weak, imprecise, and narrow effort of psychotronics 11 – but through the media possessed by the United States
which have the capabilities to reach virtually all people on the face of the Earth.

These media are, of course, the electronic media – television and radio. State of the
art developments in satellite communication, video recording techniques, and laser and
optical transmission of broadcasts make possible a penetration of the minds of the world
such as would have been inconceivable just a few years ago. Like the sword Excalibur, we have but to reach out and seize this tool; and it can transform the world for us if we have the courage and the integrity to enhance civilization with it. If we do not accept Excalibur, then we relinquish our ability to inspire foreign cultures with our morality. If they then desire moralities unsatisfactory to us, we have no choice but to fight them on a more brutish level.

MindWar must target all participants if it is to be effective. It must not only weaken
the enemy; it must strengthen the United States. It strengthens the United States by
denying enemy propaganda access to our people, and by explaining and emphasizing to
our people the rationale for our national interest in a specific war. Under existing United States law, PSYOP units may not target American citizens. 12

That prohibition is based upon the presumption that “propaganda” is necessarily a lie or at least a misleading half-truth, and that the government has no right to lie to the people. The Propaganda Ministry of Goebbels must not be a part of the American way of life.

Quite right, and so it must be axiomatic of MindWar that it always speaks the truth.
Its power lies in its ability to focus recipients’ attention on the truth of the future as well
as that of the present. MindWar thus involves the stated promise of the truth that the
United States has resolved to make real if it is not already so.

MindWar is not new. Nations’ greatest – and least costly – victories have resulted from
it, both in time of actual combat and in time of threatened combat. Consider the atomic
attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The physical destruction of those two cities did not
destroy Japan’s ability to continue fighting. Rather the psychological shock of the weapons destroyed what remained of Japan’s national will to fight. Surrender followed; a long and costly ground invasion was averted. 13

MindWar’ s effectiveness is a function of its own skillful use of communications media, but no greater error could be made than to confuse MindWar with merely a greater and more unprincipled propaganda effort. “Propaganda” as defined by Harold Lasswell, is:



11 [MA2003] “Psychotronics” was a term applied to concepts such as ESP and “remote viewing” by some government agencies in the 1970s-80s, possibly to make them sound more “scientific”.

12 [MA2003] This law was established after World War II, purportedly both out of distaste for the extreme domestic propaganda of the fascist powers and because of misgivings about American domestic propaganda, particularly during World War I. At the time of this paper (1980), the law was so strict that, for example, printing presses of Army PSYOP units were prohibited from being used to run off posters for
local military recruiting stations.

13 [MA2003] Nevertheless Hiroshima and Nagasaki are not very good examples of MindWar, because – despite their psychological impact – they involved the killing and injuring of a great many people. MindWar is perfect when no one is physically harmed.



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… the expression of opinions or actions carried out deliberately by individuals or groups with a view to influence the opinions or actions of other individuals or groups for predetermined ends and through psychological manipulations. 14

Propaganda, when it is recognized as such – and anything produced by a “PSYOP”
unit is so recognized – is automatically assumed to be a lie or at least a distortion of the
truth. Therefore it works only to the extent that a militarily-pressed enemy is willing to do what we want him to. It does not work because we have convinced him to see the truth as we see it.

If his “Conclusions” chapter to the Army’s exhaustive 1976 case-study of PSYOP
techniques, L. John Martin affirms this coldly and bluntly:

What this all boils down to is that if our persuasive communication ends up with a near
positive effect, we must attribute it to luck, not science… The effectiveness of propaganda may be even less predictable and controllable than the effectiveness of mere persuasive
communication. 15

Correspondingly propagandists are assumed to be liars and hypocrites, willing to paint anything attractive colors to dupe the gullible. As Jacques Ellul puts it:

The propagandist is not, and cannot be, a “believer”. Moreover he cannot believe in the
ideology he must use in his propaganda. He is merely a man at the service of a party, a state, or some other organization, and his task is to insure the efficiency of that organization … If the propagandist has any political conviction he must put it aside in order to be able to use some popular mass ideology. He cannot even share that ideology, for he must use it as an object and manipulate it without the respect that he would have for it if he believed in it. He quickly acquires contempt for these popular images and beliefs… 16

Unlike PSYOP, MindWar has nothing to do with deception or even with “selected” –
and therefore misleading – truth. Rather it states a whole truth that, if it does not now
exist, will be forced into existence by the will of the United States. The examples of
Kennedy’s ultimatum to Khrushchev during the Cuban Missile Crisis and Hitler’s stance at Munich might be cited.

A MindWar message does not have to fit conditions of abstract credibility as do
PSYOP themes; its source makes it credible. As Livy once said:

The terror of the Roman name will be such that the world shall know that, once a Roman
army has laid siege to a city, nothing will move it – not the rigors or winter nor the weariness of months and years – that it knows no end but victory and is ready, if a swift and sudden stroke will not serve, to preserve until that victory is achieved. 17

Unlike Ellul’ s cynical propagandist, the MindWar operative must know that he speaks
the truth, and he must be personally committed to it. What he says is only a part of
MindWar; the rest – and the test of its effectiveness – lies in the conviction he projects to his



14 Lasswell, Harold D. in Ellul, Jacques, Propaganda: The Formation of Men ‘s Attitudes. New York:

Random House, 1965, pages xi-xii.

15 Martin, L. John, “Effectiveness of International Propaganda” in Department of the Army Pamphlet 525- 7-2 The Art and Science of Psychological Operations: Case Studies of Military Application, Volume Two. Washington, D.C.: American Institutes for Research, 1976, page 1020.

16 Ellul, Jacques, Propaganda: The Formation of Men’s Attitudes. New York: Random House, 1965, pages 196-197.

17 Keller, Werner, The Etruscans. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1974, page 262.



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audience, in the rapport he establishes with it.

And this is nothing that can be easily faked, if in fact it can be faked at all. “Rapport”,
which the Comprehensive Dictionary of Psychological and Psychoanalytical Terms
defines as “unconstrained relations of mutual confidence”, approaches the subliminal;
some researchers have suggested that it is itself a subconscious and even perhaps even
ESP-based “accent” to an overt exchange of information.

Why does one believe one television newsman more than another, even though both
may report the same headlines? The answer is that there is rapport in the former case;
and it is a rapport which has been recognized and cultivated by the most successful
broadcasters.

We have covered the statement of inevitable truth and the conviction behind that
statement; these are qualities of the MindWar operative himself. The recipient of the
statement will judge such messages not only by his conscious understanding of them, but
also by the mental conditions under which he receives them. The theory behind
“brainwashing” was that physical torture and deprivation would weaken the mind’s
resistance to suggestion, and this was true to a point. But in the long run brainwashing
does not work, because intelligent minds later realize their suggestibility under such conditions and therefore discount impressions and options inculcated accordingly. 18

For the mind to believe in its own decisions, it must feel that it made those decisions
without coercion. Coercive measures used by the operative, consequently, must not be
detectable by ordinary means. There is no need to resort to mind-weakening drugs such as those explored by the CIA; in fact the exposure of a single such method would do
unacceptable damage to MindWar’ s reputation for truth.

Existing PSYOP identifies purely-sociological factors which suggest appropriate
idioms for messages. Doctrine in this area is highly developed, and the task is basically one of assembling and maintaining individuals and teams with enough expertise and experience to apply the doctrine effectively. This, however, is only the sociological dimension of target receptiveness measures. There are some purely natural conditions under which minds may become more or less receptive to ideas, and MindWar should take full advantage of such



18 Cf. John Marks, The Search for the “Manchurian Candidate” . New York: Times Books, 1979.



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phenomena as atmospheric electromagnetic activity 19 , air ionization 20 , and extremely low frequency waves 21 .

At the root of any decision to institute Mind War in the U.S. defense establishment is a
very simple question: Do we wish to win the next war in which we choose to become
involved, and do we wish to do so with minimum loss of human life, at minimum expense, and in the least amount of time? If the answer is yes, then MindWar is a necessity. If we wish to trade that kind of victory for more American lives, economic disaster, and negotiated stalemates, then MindWar is inappropriate, and if used superficially will actually contribute to our defeat.

In MindWar there is no substitute for victory. 22



19 Atmospheric electromagnetic (EM) activity: The Human body communicates internally by EM and electrochemical impulses. The EM field displayed in Kirlian photographs, the effectiveness of acupuncture, and the body’s physical responses to various types of EM radiation (X-rays, infrared radiation, visible light spectra, etc.) are all examples of human sensitivity to EM forces and fields. Atmospheric EM activity is
regularly altered by such phenomena as sunspot eruptions and gravitational stresses which distort the Earth’s magnetic field. Under varying external EM conditions, humans are more or less disposed to the consideration of new ideas. MindWar should be timed accordingly. Per Dr. LJ. Ravitz:

Electromagnetic field constructs add fuel to the assumption unifying living matter
harmoniously with the operations of nature, the expression of an electromagnetic field no less than non-living systems; and that as points on spectrums, these two entities may at last take their positions in the organization of the universe in a way both explicable and rational … A tenable theory has been provided for emergence of the nervous system, developing not from functional demands, but instead deriving as a result of dynamic forces imposed on cell groups by the total field pattern. Living matter on has a definition of state based on relativity field physics, through which it has been possible to detect a measurable property of total state functions. (Ravitz, State- Function, Including Hypnotic States” in Journal of American Society of Psychosomatic Dentistry and Medicine, Vol. 17, No. 4, 1970.)

20 Ionization of the air: An abundance of negative condensation nuclei (“air ions”) in ingested air enhances alertness and exhilaration, while an excess of positive ions enhances drowsiness and depression. Calculation of the ionic balance of a target audience’s atmospheric environment will be correspondingly useful. Again this is a naturally-occurring condition – caused by such varying agents as solar ultraviolet
light, lightning, and rapidly-moving water – rather than one which most be artificially created. (Detonation of nuclear weapons, however, will alter atmospheric ionization levels.) Cf. Soyke, Fred and Edmonds, Alan, The Ion Effect. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1977.

21 Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) waves: ELF waves up to 100 Hz are once more naturally occurring, but they can also be produced artificially (such as for the Navy’s Project Sanguine for submarine communication). ELF-waves are not normally noticed by the unaided senses, yet their resonant effect upon the human body has been connected to both physiological disorders and emotional distortion. Infrasound vibration (up to 20 Hz) can subliminally influence brain activity to align itself to delta, theta, alpha, or beta
wave patterns, inclining an audience toward everything from alertness to passivity. Infrasound could be used tactically, as ELF-waves endure for great distances; and it could be used in conjunction with media broadcasts as well. See Playfair, Guy L. and Hill, Scott, The Cycles of Heaven. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1978, pages 130-140.

22 [MA2003] After General of the Army Douglas Mac Arthur’s famous aphorism: “In war there is no substitute for victory.”



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