(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Several alleged whistleblowers and insiders have said that a control grid exists on the Earth that is capable of manipulating the minds of human beings. This claim is supported by declassified documents, anecdotal accounts, and technology and science advances already disclosed to the public, linked below
The degree of this control seems to vary depending on how much internal mastery one has over their consciousness. Some of these systems, as the below article details, were developed over the past 100 years and operate via electromagnetic signals, received directly into the central nervous system. They can be almost imperceptible in nature, or they can be used to send targeted messages to “prophets and channelers” who think they are receiving communications from spirits or extraterrestrials.
While it is unclear precisely how this control and transmission takes place, there seems to be enough evidence to conclude that almost everyone on Earth is being affected to some degree. Still, there do seem to be valid other than physical contacts taking place, which means non-contactees are beholden to discern carefully or else become an acolyte of a false prophet.
Thankfully the techniques of discerning an idea’s validity by using holistic logic and critical analysis are applicable in this arena, even though a message’s source might not be well understood.
Logic is a term describing one’s understanding (an argument) of how things (whether material or metaphysical) correspond with each other in reality—an attempted description of the truth. When one description of a relationship doesn’t match observed reality, the argument is said to be invalid. In this way, alleged truths or information can be assessed by analyzing them against reality itself, as the truth by definition is always harmonic. That is to say, a statement—if true—should be valid everywhere it applies, and in this way, one can easily discern if something is logical or not if they have the prerequisite research in hand. When an argument or statement of truth is logical it is generally thought to be in harmony with the truth. But of course, one’s capacity to use logic properly (the skills of discernment) is dependent on their vigilance to seek the truth wholeheartedly.
Sharing my personal observations in regards to the mind-control grid, I have experienced strange thoughts and impulses flood my mind during certain times in my life. Sometimes these can feel like uneasiness or boredom leading to escapist desires like drug addiction or passive entertainments, which may or may not take hold depending on how much I am inspired in any given moment.
I can usually discern if a thought is a product of my subconscious or not because there is some kind of trigger that can be recognized. If there is no trigger readily available, it is possible that the thought originated from elsewhere, which could be from the control grid. But conclusive judgments about where ideas come from remains elusive; therefore, I cannot claim to know precisely where information emerged from. And thus, anyone receiving data and insight via extrasensory means should not close-mindedly believe they are in contact with extraterrestrials or spiritual beings, because they can’t know with absolute certainty. Staying open-minded about what one does not know is always prudent.
Drawing on the mechanics of consciousness and psychology, it appears that the control grid’s capacity to affect individuals is largely dependent on their state of consciousness and mastery over their own minds. Those who lack personal discernment and critical thinking skills will easily confuse an artificially implanted idea or desire with one springing from their inner being. And if one also possesses an egocentric desire to “help others” in some messianic savior sense, they will receive “savior” messages from alleged spirits or extraterrestrials, claiming to have an important message for humanity that only an appointed channeler can deliver. But in these cases, there is usually a blind faith component that one must accept the message without critical thought, which therefore implies it is not in harmony with free will and true spiritual law. On the other hand, seemingly valid contactees tend to be humble and admonish followers to think for themselves.
I was recently exposed to a handful of people who claimed to be in contact with various spiritual guides, extraterrestrials or star nations, and in almost all cases, they lacked personal discernment and critical thinking. They almost all had a savior complex in that they felt their personal contact empowered them with special abilities that others should believe without question. But if the story wasn’t accepted blindly and probing questions were asked, often the purveyor of these messages became defensive and avoided answering direct questions.
From a discernment point of view, when someone claims to be in contact with enlightened beings but seems incapable of personally understanding the messages they are receiving beyond a scripted narrative, it suggests they are either an unwitting channel or are possibly the victim of mind-control technology. Furthermore, when one preaches about something but seems to have no personal desire to walk that path themselves, it is another indication there could be something else at work—but not in all cases.
Of course, it is very difficult to definitively prove if one’s contact with alleged extraterrestrials or spiritual beings is genuine or a form of mind control. But as outsiders or investigators seeking to discern the truth, we would do well not to accept the testimony of others blindly. Instead, we should entertain all ideas and develop the capacity to analyze them without also taking them purely on faith alone. Discernment is best done when one recognizes the limits of their own knowledge, keeping an open mind to all possibilities.
When we believe the claims of others blindly, then we move into the realm of dogma and orthodoxy, which becomes a cult-like belief that must be defended out of fear instead of shared with love.
The following article, and embedded related articles, detail that this mind-control technology appears to have existed for at least the past 80 years. Arguably much of the New Age channeling and messages we hear of in some circles—that is not balanced by rational thought and critical thinking—is possibly an instrument of mass mind-control.
by Philip Coppens, 2008
Beam it out, Russkis
Today, it is known that the signal came from the Duga-3 system, which was officially part of the Soviet Anti-Ballistic Missiles early-warning network, also known as an over-the-horizon radar (OTH) system and it is this that the Soviet Union post 1989 gave as the official explanation. In principle, it therefore seemed to be a mundane cause and purpose, tied in with the Soviet’s defence system and not with a global mind control technology.
Today, most researchers tackling the Woodpecker refer to Einhorn’s article, and not to Brodeur’s book. Even though Mazzola argued Einhorn often tried to pass himself off as a legitimate scientist, when he was not, Einhorn seldom if ever made unsupported allegations. In this instance, he was not merely agreeing with Brodeur, but was also supported by his good friend and former military intelligence officer Lt. Colonel Thomas Bearden, USAF (Ret.), who – in retrospect correctly – claimed this signal emanated from the Soviet Union and had been traced to an installation in the cities of Riga and Gomel – near Chernobyl. He added that it was emanating from a “Tesla Generator” and even claimed that the signal was responsible for weather modification wars covertly waged upon an unsuspecting United States citizenry by the wily and unscrupulous Russians. Specifically, he held the machine to be responsible for a drought in the western states, which ostensibly caused severe effects on farming and the economy in 1976. As far as “conspiracy theories” go, Bearden’s went beyond the scope of Einhorn’s.
In April 1953, CIA Allen Dulles gave a lecture at Princeton University, detailing Soviet developments in the field of mind control. He stated they were out to control the mind of free men, both individually and collectively. He argued that brainwashing had effectively enabled the Soviets to tamper with the mind until it became “a phonograph playing a disk put on its spindle by an outside genius over which it has no control.” With this control now in place, Dulles proclaimed that the Cold War was moving into a new era of psychological warfare, which Dulles characterised as the battle for men’s minds. “We might call it in its new form brain warfare.” His sentiments were echoed in 1955, when KGB chief Lavrenti Beria, Dulles’ Soviet counterpart, stated that “There will never be an atomic war, for Russia will have subjected all of her enemies.”
Mind control in a small box
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