MILABs, REABs and the New MKULTRA
Do Humans Possess Technology that can Simulate “Alien Abductions”?
By Global ET Research
“...the needed research could not be ‘generated by scientists themselves, but must be promoted and organized by governmental action declaring conquering of the human mind a national goal at parity with the conquering of poverty or landing a man on the moon.’ ”
– José Manuel Rodriquez Delgado
This article will introduce the reader to the technologies that might be involved in answering the question: Are some alien abductions government mind control experiments? Even if we decide all “alien abductions” and other forms of ET Contact are in fact carried out by extraterrestrials, this information will still be helpful to our understanding of how humans might be controlled. If we decide some abductions are carried out by a nefarious force within our government, or that the alien abduction phenomenon is a “cover” for a covert project being carried out by other humans, understanding this information may help us terminate some or all of these activities.
A Brief History of Electronic Stimulation of the Brain - Part III
Radio Hypnotic Intracerebral Control and Electronic
Dissolution of Memory or RHIC-EDOM - Part IV
Applications of Electroencephalography - Part V
Hypnosis - Part VI
Wisdom for the By-and-By? - Part VII
A Brief History of Electronic Stimulation of the Brain or ESB
In 1928, scientists discovered what they called a “violence center” in the hypothalamus of the brain. They found that when the posterior region of the hypothalamus in an animal’s brain was destroyed, the animal remained in a permanent state of rage. Soon, scientists discovered that instead of destroying this area of the hypothalamus, all they needed to do was stimulate it to produce the same effects of rage and violent behavior.
Subsequent to this technique was the invention of thin needle-like electrodes that could be inserted into any part of the brain without causing permanent damage. Scientists discovered they could connect these brain stimulators to an apparatus which would enable the animal to stimulate its own brain.  Obviously, when the animals were given a choice, they preferred to stimulate other areas of their brains such as the pleasure centers, rather than the violence or pain centers.
Ewen Cameron’s “Mind Control” Experiments
With funds donated by the Rockefeller Foundation to McGill University, a psychiatric facility named Allan Memorial was established in 1943, and a Dr. Ewen Cameron became head of the facility. With additional funding from the CIA during the 1950s, Cameron used experimental techniques on his patients, most of whom were women.
One of Cameron’s therapies was called “depatterning,” and was described as “the breaking up [of] existing patterns of behavior, both the normal and the schizophrenic, by means of particularly intensive electroshocks, usually combined with prolonged drug induced sleep.”  What Cameron ultimately created were “mind vegetables,” and his experiments essentially left these unfortunate people with very few memories; however, he didn’t stop there.
Cameron would then use another technique on his patients that he termed “psychic driving.” During this part of his experiments he would bombard the patient with repeated verbal messages that were “emotionally loaded” and mentally abusive. His subjects were forced to listen to audio recordings all night long as they lay, drugged, in their beds because Cameron ordered that speakers be placed under their pillows.  After approximately two weeks or more, he would then force his subjects to listen to so-called positive psychic driving tapes apparently to induce new thinking patterns. Clearly, Ewen Cameron victimized his patients through unproved behavioral modification techniques.
Wilder Penfield’s Brain Stimulation Experiments
During the 1940s and 1950s, a neurosurgeon, also at McGill University, named Wilder Penfield and his colleagues performed brain stimulation experiments on the exposed brains of patients during neurosurgery. What they discovered was that their patients’ brains could be stimulated in such a way that would make them remember past events. The doctors also discovered that their patients’ brains could be stimulated to make them experience, “eerie feelings of familiarity.” Their patients were alert during these procedures, but ‘they reported that things and people in the operating room were somehow familiar. Some said they felt that everything around them had happened before or was part of a dream.” 
Delgado’s Brain Stimulation Experiments
Most everyone who has taken a basic psychology course has been introduced to José Manuel Rodriquez Delgado, the neurophysiologist who, in 1964, became famous for stopping a charging bull in a bull ring with a simple push of a button on a black box Delgado held in his hands. His “amazing feat” was carried out by the use of electronic brain stimulating devices that had been implanted into the brain of the bull. It is still a matter of controversy as to whether Delgado actually controlled the bull’s behavior, or if the bull was preoccupied with the pain he was experiencing due to the brain stimulation. 
When Delgado arrived at Yale University’s Medical School in 1950, the equipment to carry out brain stimulation was bulky and expensive. Soon, with the help of Delgado and funds from the Office of Naval Research, the equipment became much smaller and more convenient. By the 1970s an entire brain stimulating device could be implanted under the skin and it could remain there during the entire life of the individual.
According to Scheflin and Opton in The Mind Manipulators, one of Delgado’s future predictions included, “Micro-miniaturized computers [that] may be implanted under the skin to provide ‘on demand’ stimulation for specific neuronal pools without disturbing on-going behavior...[scientists will be able to] give light to the blind...sound to the deaf...and induce pleasure and friendliness in human beings.” 
During the 1970s, research performed by a team of scientists headed by William Dobelle “…implanted 64 electrodes in the visual cortex areas of totally blind volunteers’ brains. Stimulation of the cortex by a single electrode created some primitive visual experiences, causing a subject to ‘see’ a phosphene – a tiny spot of glowing light that seemed to be located several feet in front of the viewer’s face. Dobelle’s team discovered that if a number of electrodes were activated at the same time, subjects could discern meaningful patterns among simultaneously occurring phosphenes... one subject who had been accidentally blinded several years earlier was able to see various patterns and shapes, and even to differentiate letters of the alphabet.” 
Researcher’s have continued to create more sophisticated devices to help the blind see. For example, “A blind person will one day be provided with an artificial eye that consists of a highly miniaturized TV camera mounted in a glass enclosure. The images will be converted by a tiny computer that will send the information to the visual cortex through implanted electrodes.” 
The Controversial Robert Heath
In 1975, another scientist working at Tulane University in New Orleans named Dr. Robert Heath also conducted experiments involving ESB or electronic stimulation of the brain. Dr. Health, whose principle research was the psychobiology of psychosis and violence, is considered to be an extremely controversial scientist. For over twenty-five years “he implanted stimulating and recording electrodes deep within the brains of a wide variety of people.” 
NSA Proposes Tracking Devices
There was yet another scientist fervently working to control human behavior during the 1970s as well. However, this scientist, Joseph A. Meyer was a computer specialist with the NSA, the National Security Agency. Scheflin and Opton write, “[Meyer] proposes attaching tracking devices, which he calls ‘transponders,’ to half of all Americans who have ever been arrested for a crime other than a traffic violation....” 
The authors continue their discussion of Meyer’s plan, “We need not concern ourselves about electronic oppression, Meyer implies, because we are already in a state of permanent guerrilla warfare. On one side are the economic surplus slum dwellers; on the other side are the rest of us. It is the slum dwellers who are the real targets of the transponder system, and they are already subject to so much punishment from police, courts, jails and prisons that the transponder system would be a relief.” 
A Partial List of what Scientists Have Achieved using Brain Stimulating Devices
The acceleration, slowing down or stopping of the heart
Inhibition of the maternal instinct
Adjusting the diameter of the pupil at will
Helping stroke victims recover from paralysis
Forcing people to talk, to be silent, to become friendly, and to become erotically aroused
Inducing pleasure, orgasm and pain
Blocking an individual’s thinking processes
Summoning memories and creating hallucinations
Dramatically altering an individual’s behavior
According to author and mind control investigator, Walter Bowart,
“In 1969 Dr. Delgado pleaded that the U.S. Government increase research into ESB, Electronic Stimulation of the Brain in order to produce the fundamental information which would give birth to a ‘psycho-civilized society.’ He said that the needed research could not be ‘generated by scientists themselves, but must be promoted and organized by governmental action declaring conquering of the human mind a national goal at parity with the conquering of poverty or landing a man on the moon.’ ” 
By the 1970s it was publicly known and proven that cerebral stimulation could dramatically change the behavior of human beings. Most of the cases we read about in pop-psychology books and psychology texts are the positive ways that psychobiologists use cerebral stimulation to “eliminate symptoms of violence and uncontrollable aggression,” or other negative behaviors which some scientists incorrectly label as “symptoms.” 
Today it is evident that most of these technologies, although likely perfected by now, have been placed in a “black vault” in favor of the professional drug pushers: Pharmaceutical companies that have flooded world markets with toxic drugs – addictive mind altering drugs such as SSRIs, as well as pain addiction drugs like Oxycontin and other opium based products.
As recently as 1988, during a secret conference with politburo Central Committee members in East Germany, a secret deal was made with select hospitals, doctors and Western Pharmaceutical Companies to perform clinical tests of non-approved drugs on its own citizens. Twenty tests occurred in 1983 and continued through 1988. When they ended – if they in fact really ended – over 100 people had been illegally experimented on by Western Pharmaceutical Corporations resulting in many deaths. This “death deal” with Big Pharma remained secret until 2012. 
Continue Reading Part IV: RHIC-EDOM or Radio Hypnotic Intracerebral Control and Electronic Dissolution of Memory
Part I: Introduction and Brief History of MILABs, REABs, and MKULTRA
Part II: Why Do Some Abductee-Experiencers See Military Personnel During “Alien” Abductions?
Part III: Do Humans Possess Technology that can Simulate “Alien Abductions”?
Part IV: Radio-Hypnotic Intracerebral Control and Electronic Dissolution of Memory – Could this Technology be used to Simulate an “Alien Abduction”?
Part V: Interesting Applications of Electroencephalography
Part VI: Hypnosis - For Some People, Its Effects Can Be Stronger Than One Ever Imagined
Part VII: Wisdom for the By-and-By?
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 Richard M. Restak, The Brain: The Last Frontier (New York, New York: Warner Books, 1979) pg. 146.
 John D. Marks, The Search For “The Manchurian Candidate” (New York, New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1991) pgs. 141-145.
 Marks, pg. 145. And, CIA Influence on Public Opinion
 Richard M. Restak, The Brain: The Last Frontier (New York, New York: Warner Books, 1979) pg. 237.
 Alan W. Scheflin and Edward M. Opton, Jr., The Mind Manipulators (New York, New York: Paddington Press LTD, 1978) pg. 341.
 Robert Crooks and Jean Stein, Psychology: Science, Behavior and Life (New York, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1988) pgs.102-103.
 Crooks and Stein, pg. 102. And, Unethical Human Experimentation in the United States
 Richard M. Restak, The Brain: The Last Frontier (New York, New York: Warner Books, 1979) pg. 147.
 Alan W. Scheflin and Edward M. Opton, Jr., The Mind Manipulators (New York, New York: Paddington Press LTD, 1978) pg. 351.
 Scheflin and Opton, pg. 352.
 Walter H. Bowart, Operation Mind Control: Our Secret Government’s War Against Its Own People (New York: Dell Publishing Company, 1978) pg. 251.
 Richard M. Restak, The Brain: The Last Frontier (New York, New York: Warner Books, 1979) pg. 152.
 From 20 tests in 1983, there were 165 underway in 1988.
SS and Western Pharma Experiment on German Citizens
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