The infamous CIA and mind control conspiracy with the theory that the facility in Alaska is used for the CIA to do experiments on people to try to get mind control. If you liked this episode, rate us five stars.
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Does The CIA Have Mind Control?
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Welcome back to conspiracies and Chase have no more. We talked about all the conspiracies and all of their theories. With me has an opinion of her mother paid for today's episode was pushed back the last week, but now it is 9:30. And everyone has been waiting for. Does the CIA have mind control and the supposed wind chill out in a while?
We're not going back to another CIA conspiracy theory only this time doesn't involve a presidential assassination. This one involves the US CIA racing against the USSR, in the Cold War, to be the first one to game mind control. This project was called MK Ultra. Now let's take a look at the project and what happened because of him the three. According to psychology today. Calm bcia reacted to the reports of chemicals used for interrogations and brainwashing in the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China in the 1940s and 50s. And to compare this with the national security threat, they being the CIA develop human.
Series of programs including MKUltra select committee on intelligence and committee on human, resources and 1977 according to psychology today. Com
Throughout the years 1953 to 1960, for the CIA has been connected behavioral modification experiments, quote, the utility of Hope of knossos in LSD for clandestine purposes. According to psychologytoday.com MKUltra, consisted of 162, experiments back by the CIA. After those records were destroyed for most of the experiments by c a, i a director, Richard Helms in 1973, but the CIA managed to forget about a few records that eventually made it out to the public and the committee on human resources.
Experiments were conducted on real in life. People keep this in mind and people who thought they were going to a local Clinic to treat depression anxiety. And Exedra after this, they were first to go through months of miserable, explore exploitation.
I might be asking yourself, what did some of these experiments consist of what we have that answer? According to psychology today? Edwin Cameron attempted to erase Memories by repeated electroshock. Treatments for 6 months of drug-induced, sleep and repeatedly administering LSD to his patients in Montreal. 2018. The drug commonly known as LSD
Is a serotonin Agonist that creates this sorted visual perceptions?
Many of these patients came to the clinic to be treated for moderate depression and instead were subject to months of horror flick exploitation. And according to the US Senate, select committee up to government just said a government operations with respect, intelligence activities and 1976 quote, these experimental programs originally included test testing of drugs, involving waiting human subjects and culminated in test. Using unwitting non-voluntary human subjects. These tests were designated to determine the potential of effects of chemical or biological agents. When used operationally against individuals unaware that they had received a drug, these subjects did not agree to any of these experiments. And they were often unaware of what happened it. According to history, today.com with the Advent of MKUltra. The government's interest in LSD shifted from a defensive to an offensive operation agency officials.
Is the Ellis. They could be potentially useful in gaining control of Audis whether they were willing or not the CIA and vision applications that range from removing people from Europe, in case of a Soviet attack to enabling assassinations of any milliliters.
On November 18th 1953 a group of 10 scientist, met at a cabin located deep in the forest. In Maryland, after extended discussions, the piss Pence grid, that's a truly understand the value of the drug and unwilling experiment would be desirable.
In the moment, everyone's been waiting for the Alaskan mind control Lab, look at it in Alaska is the HARP lab. That's high-frequency active auroral research program. One of the world's most powerful transmitter facilities. The harp transmaster transmitter array has provided information about some of the most basic natural process their car at the edge of the atmosphere Brenda smithsonian.com. This facility has been blamed for many different things such as earthquakes and the destruction of the Columbia spaceship. Some say that it is, a lab is used to control weather. What other say? It's a mass mind control lab.
The facility is huge and massive tool with 180 large antennas /, en / 33 Acres of land. If you are on YouTube, the image that you are seeing is the lab
It was built as a joint project involving the US Air Force Navy and the defense Advanced research projects agency.
We hope that people will be able to see the actual size of. It says Sue Mitchell. A spokesperson for University of Alaska Fairbanks. Geophysical Institute, which currently runs the facility.
We hope to show people that it is not capable of mind control and not capable of weather controlling, and all of the things that's being accused of recording, the Smithsonian. According to the Smithsonian harp is far from the death ray or weapon of psychic Warfare. That some people are convinced. It is harp was built to study. That ion suffix. I am so fear the upper edge of the atmosphere when we're phenomenon. Like the Aurora Borealis originated, as well as where radio waves travel from transmitter to receiver in order to study the atmosphere of Rage in the field of radio antenna fire high frequency radio waves into the ionosphere
What other sensors are on the ground to measure its effects? The News, Minor reports.
Elsa from the Smithsonian without a clear understanding of the science here. It's understandable that this facility Could Be Imagined to be toying with some Elemental Force. But it's essentially a larger more powerful version of the radio frequency probes that anyone can buy in an electronic storm. So so one of the tools scientists can use to set it on the ionosphere as the region is too high for balloons, too rich, and too low for satellites to travel through.
The scientist that work here are claiming with a Phillips facility is only being used to study the Arkansas. Fair still need needs the antennas because the location in elevation mean to pry into low for different things and it is easy to thin. It is easy to think that the base could be used for such things, especially if you don't know that much about science in the physics behind this, and mostly the opposing side as we know. Now, by every Theory, there are people who believe in people who disbelieve for this Theory, there weren't that many people who opposed it, because it was an actual project led by the CIA that would later end up in the Supreme Court case. But we can look at some of the people who survived the experiments and take a look at the story and what it was like, history.com didn't interview with a survivor of these experiments, Whitney volger a form of Organized Crime, Boss, rev of his experience as an inmate has subject in MKUltra. He wrote
Fuller said of the 1957 test at the Atlanta at Penitentiary where he was serving time, total loss of appetite hallucinating, the room would change Shake hours of paranoia and feeling violent weeks, parents horrible periods of living nightmares and even blood coming out of our walls, guys, turning into skeletons. In front of them, I saw can't, I saw the camera change into a head of a doll. I felt like I was going insane.
Whitley was one of the test subjects that was in jest injected with LSD, that is going to wrap up today's episode. If you like two days episode play subscriber has five stars. Thank you for watching, conspiracies, with Chase abs, and season. 1 episode 6, CIA mind-control an Alaskan. My controller have, I'm chasing out and signing off today. I'm running you to like, subscribe and follow.
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