The Rape of the Mind: The Psychology of Thought Control, Menticide, & Brainwashing
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This book attempts to depict the strange transformation of the free human mind into an automatically responding machine a transformation which can be bought about by some of the cultural undercurrents in our present day society as well as by deliberate experiments in the service of a political ideology.
The rape of the mind and stealthy mental coercion are among the oldest crimes of mankind. They probably began back in pre historic days when man first discovered that he could exploit human qualities...
Secrets of Power by Ingo Swann
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Most books about power only deal with the societal formula of the few having power over the enormously larger powerless masses, and which is mistaken as the so-called “natural order of power.”
But it is not well understood that this formula also requires social conditioning measures aimed at perpetuating the continuing depowerment of the powerless so that the powerful CAN have power over them.
This in turn requires the societal suppression and secretizing of all knowledge...
The Siren Call of Hungry Ghosts by Joe Fisher
Mediumship dates back to the Greek Oracles and beyond, but millennia later nobody yet knows for certain what transpires when a medium enters a deep trance. Today, the practice of channeling spirit guides through hypnotized mediums is hotly debated. This strange phenomenon is either dismissed as a dubious parlor trick, or regarded as a form of communication between this world and the next. Many view "the guides" as a source of love and wisdom…but are they?
For five years, best-selling author and journalist Joe Fisher painstakingly investigated the claims of channelers and the...
Columbus and Other Cannibals: The Wétiko Disease of Exploitation, Imperialism, and Terrorism
Celebrated American Indian thinker Jack D. Forbes’s Columbus and Other Cannibals was one of the founding texts of the anticivilization movement when it was first published in 1978. His history of terrorism, genocide, and ecocide told from a Native American point of view has inspired America’s most influential activists for decades. Frighteningly, his radical critique of the modern “civilized” lifestyle is more relevant now than ever before.
Identifying the Western compulsion to consume the earth as a sickness, Forbes writes:
Brutality knows no boundaries. Greed knows no limits. Perversion knows...
Penetration: The Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy
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Penetration, a nonfiction remote-viewing thriller
This is a story of how badly the government needed to know some information, and to what extent it was willing to go to get it.
Minimally, this is a story about remote viewing and its use by Mr. Swann to explore the idea of extraterrestrial life.
Swann tells of how in the past he interacted with some of the most deeply buried U.S. government intelligence personnel to help them understand the "ET enigma."
This is not a story of academic researchers wanting to know if extraterrestrial life is...
Notes on War in Heaven
Welcome to War in Heaven. This important book was self-published by Kyle Griffith in 1988 and has long been out of print; Griffith's publishing company no longer exists, and his whereabouts had been unknown for years. We present here a detailed summary of the book. Mr. Griffith has responded to this publication, is now in touch with Open SETI, and is planning a public presence on the web. Meanwhile Griffith has endorsed these notes and supports their development.
Part One, the introduction to the book proper, is not included here, but portions of it will eventually...