Amair’kuhn Egdykayshun: Austin & Columbia
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
November 13, 2019

As you’ve probably noticed, Amair’kuhn edgykayshun is back in the news again, and hence, once again front and center for my “rants” about its deplorable state. And it’s deplorable not because Darth Hillary’s deplorables are in charge of it, but rather because truly deplorable people are in charge of it, people like… oh…. uhm…. dare I say her name? This time, however, I’m almost at a loss of words to compose my rant.

Rather, it is perhaps best if the reader envision me as sputtering, fuming, foaming at the mouth, with little clouds of steam coming from my ears. Both of these articles were passed along by V.T., and they’re stunners:

Columbia professor who fled communism resigns, says university is becoming communist

And then there’s this:

Austin ISD approves new sex ed curriculum

When I read those two articles, I had to ask myself what specifically it was that united them, beyond the usual lunacy one has come to expect from Amair’kuhn schools. And I suspect that the clue is this short paragraph from the second article:

Matt Shead is part of the group’s executive team and believes the proposed curriculum creates an inclusive environment and informs students on what to expect.

“I think it’s really important that our sex-ed curriculum talks about the biology of our body parts, what’s coming down the line when we hit puberty, healthy communication and outline what a healthy relationship looks like,” he said.

Shead said these conversations are already taking place in his household and would like for everyone to be on the same page. (Emphasis added)

And behold, the comforting Amair’kuhn euphemism – “being on the same page” – that has become the “nice”-sounding shorthand for “you must adopt our language and linguistic agenda, and hence our perverted values, in order to be ‘on the same page.'” It’s all part of that peculiarly Amair’kuhn version of collectivism called “being a team player.” And that’s the rub, for as now-resigned Professor Serban points out, that page is an entirely different and Marxist page from the vast majority of Americans.

In short, in the case of Austin, it’s not only an assault on free speech, but an assault on the right to free assembly and association with those with whom we wish to associate, and I strongly suspect that there are those in Austin who do not want their children to be associating with those whose behavior and agenda do not represent their own familial traditions of virtue. The last  time I checked, school districts were not exempt from those constitutional rights.

So what’s to be done? As I blogged yesterday in an entirely different context, there are usually only two choices in the case of co-opted institutions: make a clean break (as Professor Serban has done), or attempt to “drain the swamp” and reclaim the institution. For my part, I’ve long suspected that the swamp of Amair’kuhn edgykayshun is beyond draining or reclaiming, and that the clean break with it was the only way to go. Protests and so on have availed us nothing, because the ruling classes – in this case, the edubabblegarchy – are simply not listening nor are they capable of listening or compromise. And on matters such as teaching pre-pubescents about anal sex and condoms, is compromise really desirable? These, I’ll venture, are things most of us would say are choices for adults to make, and for parents to inform their kids about, as they choose; they are not things for school districts to shove on everyone else, much less pre-pubescents. So again, is “discussion” or “compromise” here really desirable? Is there, or even must there, always be a “bi-partisan” solution? What would “compromise” here look like? Only putting the condom on the cucumber “half-way”?

Perhaps, but perhaps the time has also come for so many lawsuits against teachers unions and local school boards for unconstitutionality, that the sheer load of litigation drains the eduswamp of its capital. That might work, but I doubt it, because they’ll continue to talk about “inclusiveness” and all sorts of nice-sounding things, while subverting the very process of education itself. In short, protesting doesn’t seem to be working too well for us deplorables, but there is of course the recent example of California moms storming the state regurgitature in Scarymental, and shutting it down because of similar “curricula” being proposed there.

As for Professor Serban, he’s not alone. Many years ago I met a Russian family that had come to this country in the declining days of the Soviet Union. This was in the early 1990s. They were appalled, then, at the state of edgykayshun in this country, and scrapped and saved to place their children into a private school. A couple of years later, after the fall of the Soviet Union, they informed me they were moving back to Russia. “Why?” I asked. The answer was chilling, and it was because they saw America moving in the direction that Russia had just gone through and come out of. They preferred the uncertainties of a post-Communist future in Russia, to the galloping nonsense and “inclusiveness” of the American future.

I didn’t blame them then, and don’t know, for their fears have become openly manifest.

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About Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.





Distributed Memory: The Brain In The Heart
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
November 26, 2019

You may recall that yesterday I blogged about an allegedly successful experiment in the “freezing”, or at least, “extreme cooling” of a human being, and his or her successful “reanimation.” The key to the allegedly successful experiment was, you might also recall, the removal of the patient’s blood and its replacement by an “ice-cold saline solution.” And I speculated that the whole procedure, since it was performed with the consent of the government, might have had as a hidden goal to discover what happened to that individual’s consciousness while undergoing the “procedure.”  We may now also wonder if, indeed, the removal of the individual’s blood was part of my hypothesized “consciousness experiment”; was the individual’s own blood even restored to him or her? Or was it someone else’s?

We don’t know, because there was scanty information provided about the whole alleged success; we were told only that its performer, Dr. Samuel Tisherman, promises to deliver a paper on the whole thing in 2020.

But in that respect, there’s another odd story that was spotted by M.C., who is due a big thank you for sending it along:

Second Brain Found in Heart Neurons – Trust Your Gut Feelings

Now, this is not exactly new; I have in fact blogged about the unusual nature of this “heart-brain” idea before; neurons are not confined merely to the brain, but appear in the heart as well. There was, however, something that caught my eye in this article, and I rather suspect it’s what caught M.C.’s eye as well and compelled M.C. to send the article along; you’ll note that the article enumerates various cases of individuals who have received heart transplants, and whose behavior suddenly changes to embrace habits and behaviors associated with the donor of the heart. While the article does not mention them, similar experiences have been recorded for other types of organ transplants. One wonders if a similar phenomenon can be associated with blood transplants.

But in any case, what caught my attention in this article was this statement:

Neurologist Dr. Andrew Armour from Montreal in Canada discovered a sophisticated collection of neurons in the heart organised into a small but complex nervous system. The heart’s nervous system contains around 40,000 neurons called sensory neurites that communicate with the brain. Dr. Armour called it “the Little Brain in the Heart”. It has been known for many years that memory is a distributive process. You can’t localize memory to a neuron or a group of neurons in the brain. The memory itself is distributed throughout the neural system. So why do we draw a line at the brain? (Emphasis added)

This idea of distributed memory sounds a bit like a hologram, and the article quickly proceeds to try to avoid the unpleasant aspects of that by quickly trying to tie it all to good-old-fashioned-and-purely-materialistic speculations:

Other medical experts offer different explanations, but all agree that it is not so much mystical as it is science, and a science that needs further exploration.Professor Pr Paul Pearsall and Pr Gary Schwarz got together.

Professor Gary Schwartz says that “Feedback mechanisms are involved in learning. When we talk, for example, about how the brain learns, we talk about what we call neural networks in the brain. It turns out that the way a neural network works is that the output of the neurons feeds back into the input of the neurons. And this process goes over and over again. So long as the feedback is present the neurons will learn. If you cut the feedback, there is no learning in the neurons.”

The Mind is Not Just in the Brain

Dr. Candace Pert, a pharmacologist at Georgetown University believes that the mind is not just in the brain, but also exists throughout the body. This school of thought could explain such strange transplant experiences. “The mind and body communicate with each other through chemicals known as peptides. These peptides are found in the brain as well as in the stomach, in muscles and in all of our major organs. I believe that memory can be accessed anywhere in the peptide/receptor network. For instance, a memory associated with food may be linked to the pancreas or liver and such associations can be transplanted from one person to another”.

Now I’m all for feedback loops as I’ve talked about them in all sorts of contexts. And for that matter, the idea of the heart being part of a kind of “distributed brain” also appeals to me; for one thing, octopuses appear to have this type of structure to their nine brains. But more importantly, I’ve always been an advocate of the more ancient idea that human reason is not mere ratiocination, but incorporates and includes what the ancients would have called the passions, a deeper word than “emotions.” So it appeals to me for this reason as well.

But it’s that “distributed memory” idea and its “holographic” overtones that really appeals, for lurking deeply within that idea is the idea that memory is not local, existing or concentrated in this or that area of the brain, or the body. It rather as if what is implied by that idea is the opposite: that the body exists within a memory, and is imprinted with it like a psychotronic object. If it’s distributed, and non-local, then perhaps it’s also an indicator that the body, in order to be a body, is integrated at the quantum level, by quantum tunneling, perhaps, and that memory may be a function of this somehow. Whatever one makes of my speculations here, I strongly suspect that this idea of distributed memory means that those old Cartesian dualisms and epiphenomena are, like all over-simplified dualisms, going to go the way of the dodo bird, and that the relationship between the tangible physical body and the immaterial intangible world of things like memory are going to turn out to be far more complex than we imagined, and that those “feedback loops” between the two are the key.

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About Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.

Book Review: Tavistock Institute – Social Engineering The Masses by Daniel Estulin | #SmartReads #SocialEngineering

“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.”
– Edward Bernays, Propaganda
Zy Marquiez
February 5, 2020

Social Engineering is a pervasive issue that plagues everyone in society, but it is not covered as often or in-depth as it needs to be.  Thankfully, this book helps shed light upon this complex subject from many angles.

Tavistock Institute – Social Engineering The Masses by Daniel Estulin is as disturbing in its implications as it is comprehensive in scope. The book is a veritable crash course into many of the most powerful aspects of social engineering of society.

Estulin details many of the most sophisticated social engineering tools in an incisive way. This alone in and of itself is power, because it allows the incisive/inquiring individual to do their due diligence in seeing what’s what in this esoteric subject.

Various topics are discussed, spearheaded by the actual Tavistock Institute, the Nazis, MK Ultra, Mind Control, Music, Media, the killing of JFK, Drugs, and much more.

More precisely, it touches upon “social turbulence”, which is whittling down the population through a variety of modalities, with increasing intensity, to soften up a population and lead them into psychosis.

There is also the aspect of disassociation touched upon from many angles which is highly intriguing although very disturbing.

Estulin also covers how victimology, which “is premised upon the theory that individuals can be put through trauma by being exposed to shockingly visual accounts of violence”.  Also noted is what role in how Wikileaks is part of the social engineering agenda, and how that directly ties to mass media.

Mass media’s control mechanism is also sifted through with a fine-tooth comb, as well as aspects of it such as “idiotspeak”, which is when the media oversimplifies complex subjects so much, literally covering them only in one or two sentences that  could be called ‘sound bytes’, that it serves to dumb down the population by default.  This is further implemented by no direct and thought-provoking discussion followed up.  And when that does follow, it’s nigh always to suit some government and corporate agenda via the propaganda machine.

One unexpected, but vital component introduced by Estulin was the subject of music, and how it plays a role in the mental manipulation of the population. Although not exhaustive, it is quite a meaningful area that goes oft-overlooked even in the alternative media.

Science fiction, the work of H.G. Wells, as well as many other authors/writers’ work is analyzed creating a broad landscape of research that only strengthens the blatancy of the dilemma.

And anchoring all that, there is also an analysis of the subject of Edward Bernay’s and Walter Lippmann’s work with on propaganda and public opinion.

Beyond that still, there are still many other subjects that get touched upon, most of which are still employed, today, at this very moment.

This book by Estulin allows you to see the careful web of deception, manipulation and control that has been weaved over a mostly unsuspecting populace.

The main strength of this book is the veritable enormity of footnotes/references that allow those inquiring minds to see where he is coming from, whist leaving crumbs for those that wish to follow up on their own research, which I highly appreciate.

Credibility is a vital, and credibility in a subject like this is even more so.  Estulin has done an absolutely outstanding job in piecing this together.

This is a book that needs to be part of everyone’s library.  Period.  You need to know this stuff.  It’s not only being used against you, but your children, and future generations as well. Subjects covered in this book are way too important to gloss over.  The research that has taken place into social engineering, which Estulin discusses was done for a reason, and that was to employ it, and there are signs of this everywhere if you know what to look at.

You are implored because nobody else is looking out for your well being.  This book gives your mind range and versatility in order to deal with what’s already here, and what’s worse, what’s coming.

Be mindful, because social engineering is nigh everywhere. No, that’s not exaggeration, that’s a fact. This book makes that very crystal clear.

Buy it because you will not regret it.

Buy it because you need to know.

Buy this book because everything discussed in this book is being used against you, your family, and kith/kin.

Suggested Reading & Viewing:

Logical Fallacies Employed In Every Day Life
The Minds Of Men [Documentary] | Social Engineering & Mind Control
Socratic Logic V 3.1 by Peter Kreeft PhD
Getting Things done by David Allen
Dumbing Us Down by John Taylor Gatto
Lesson’s From Orwell’s 1984
Against Public Schooling – How Public Education Cripples Our Kids By John Taylor Gatto
Social Engineering 101
The Emergence Of Orwellian Newspeak & The Death Of Free Speech
What Is An Elite Curriculum?
A Mind Of Your Own – The Truth About Depression by Dr. Kelly Brogan
Social Engineering 101
What Is An Elite Curriculum?
Invisible Influence by Kevin Hogan

The Minds of Men | Official Documentary

THE MINDS OF MEN is a 3+ year investigation into the experimentation, art, and practice of social engineering and mind control during the Cold War — a mind-bending journey into the past that gives startling insight into the world we are living in today.

Suggested Reading & Viewing:

A Mind Of Your Own – The Truth About Depression & How Women Can Heal Their Bodies To Reclaim Their Lives by Dr. Kelly Brogan M.D. & Kristin Loberg
Dr. Belisa Vranich On The Intricacies Of Breathing [Video]
The Dark Side Of Food [Video]
Cancer Is Serious Business – Burzynski [Documentary]
The World According To Monsanto [Documentary]
Thimerosal – Let The Science Speak – The Evidence Supporting The Immediate Removal Of
Depression Most Likely Not Caused By Genetics

And The Latest In Mind Manipulation Is…Ultrasonic

Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
April 19, 2019

Mind control technologies and techniques are all around us, and I suspect we saw the “application” of one such technique last Monday with the sad event in Paris. But imagine, being able to stage an event, and then be able to manipulate how one interprets and “feels” about it. Of course, that ability, too, has been part of the arsenal for some time, and it’s called “television.” Recall that on 9/11, before the twin towers in New York City even came down, that “interviews” were being conducted on the streets, and the talking heads in front of the green screens were all putting out the idea of the dangers of a “collapse” due to the “burning airplane fuel.”

But then imagine, in addition to this capability, the ability to use a television set not as a receiver receiving the “appropriate” interpretations, but also broadcasting base to beam signals directly into the mind of its viewer. I speculated on this idea in my book Microcosm and Medium because there is some basis in the patent literature to assume such a thing could be done, and it could be done relatively easily, using the television, the electrical power grid itself, and perhaps even those pesky 5G towers we keep hearing about, to broadcast a beat frequency, and the “message” is modulated into that beat frequency, thus allowing a convenient “cloak” to the activity as well, since the modulated information would not be discoverable in any one broadcast frequency.  And of course, the whole idea  of doing this requires one significant thing in the technology tree, an “electro-encephalogrpahic dictionary” of the brain wave patterns associated with specific words, emotions, and so on. That, as I also pointed out in Microcosm and Medium, they already have, the initial work on a 2000 “word” brainwave “dictionary” having been done in the 1970s.

Now, if that whole idea of modulated information on beat frequencies seems rather “iffy” and that I’ve gone off the end of my high octane speculation twig once again, consider this article discovered by K.M.:

Scientists change monkey minds using low-intensity ultrasound

Just consider the implications of the opening paragraphs of this article in conjunction with my “beat frequency” idea:

An incredible new study suggests that low-intensity ultrasound can be used to target very specific brain regions and alter an animal’s decision-making processes. The technique, demonstrated in macaques monkeys, prompts actual behavioral changes using non-invasive ultrasound waves.

It is only recently that researchers have begun exploring the effects of low-intensity ultrasound on the brain. Although it is commonly known for its imaging potential, ultrasonic waves can also be highly targeted to modulate brain activity. One exciting human trial is currently underway investigating targeted ultrasound as a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s and dementia, while a fascinating case study published in 2016 demonstrated the technology stimulating the neurons of a young coma patient, essentially “jump-starting” their brain.

And of course, this is all sold as being of wonderful health benefit. Indeed, I can imagine scenarios where having an “electro-encephalographic dictionary” sitting on the shelf would be appropriate from someone who for whatever reason cannot speak.

But if the implications of all of this do not give you pause, perhaps this will:

The research focused on a cognitive process called counterfactual thinking. This is a part of our decision making processes where we evaluate scenarios that are alternative to our current experience. The researchers give the example of imagining the alternative experience of spending time outside in the sun while working inside the confines of an office.

This specific cognitive process is vital in helping us assess all our available options and choosing the most positive future action. Some scientists hypothesize that psychiatric patients demonstrating repetitive dysfunctional behaviors suffer from irregular counterfactual cognitive processes. The new research set out to home in on where exactly in the brain this cognitive process occurs, and whether targeted low-intensity ultrasound can modulate the process. (All emphases added)

Let that sink in: the current ultrasonic neurostimulation research is focused on the region of the brain where counter-factual thinking and core decision-making processes occur.

Need a convenient false flag event to stage another bigger clamp down, and to justify the globaloney tyranny you’ve put into place in the UN buildings at Babylon-on-the-Hudson? Why, just turn on a few 5G towers and televisions in a particular region, even use the local power grid and modulate a little information into the power cables, do a little appropriate interferometry of all of the above and modulate “anger” and “rebellion” into the resulting beat frequency, ultrasonically neurostimulate the population in that region to revolt, then crush it unmercifully, and play and replay the videos on the ten o’clock news to reinforce the message.

And if you think for a moment that this has not been the objective from the beginning, then you need to go back and read the horrific vision of a psycho-stimulated society in Dr. Jose Delgaldo’s one – and thankfully only – book on the subject of mind control.

See you on the flip side…

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About Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.