Mind Control: Source Books
Ofshe, Richard J. Curriculia Vitae, including publications and courses taught. No listing of grants. www.reid.com/pdfs/doj2762_2774.pdf
Orne, Martin. This webpage lists all his books, articles, teaching positions and research grants. http://www.psych.upenn.edu/history/orne/
Stanford prison experiment: A simulation study of the psychology of imprisonment conducted at Stanford University. http://www.prisonexp.org/
Anon. (1920, 2004) The Jewish peril: Protocols of the learned elders of Zion. (1920 published by "The Britons" London, England. (2000 published by Kessinger Pub., Whitefish, MT.
NOTE: From the Publisher: "The editor of this pamphlet claims that this document came from original documents stolen by a woman from one of the most influential and most highly initiated leaders of Freemasonry. The theft was accomplished at the close of a secret meeting of the initiated in France, that nest of Jewish Masonic conspiracy. Its main thesis is that Jews are behind the world's unrest. He writes in the Preface: On this point I would only warn my readers that they must not take a copy of this translation to Russia, as anybody in whose possession it is found by the Bolsheviki is immediately shot, as being the bearer of reactionary propaganda. The book was presented to the Russian public by Professor Nilus. It contains: an introduction to the main text, written by Nilus; Notes on lectures delivered to Jewish Students in Paris; a portion of an epilogue written by Nilus."
Bateson, Gregory. (1972, 2000) Steps to an ecology of mind. Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago. IL.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: (partial) Metalogues - Why Do Frenchmen? How Much Do You Know? Why Do Things Have Outlines? Why a Swan? Culture Contact and Schismogenesis - Experiments in Thinking about Observed ethnological Material - Morale and National Character - The Value System of a Steady State - Style, Grace and Information in Primitive Art - Social Planning and the Concept of Deutero-Learning - A Theory of Play and Fantasy - Epidemiology of a Schizophrenia - Toward a Theory of Schizophrenia - The Group Dynamics of Schizophrenia - Minimal Requirements for a Theory of Schizophrenia - Double Bind 1969 - The Logical Categories of Learning and Communication - A Theory of Alcoholism - The Role of Somatic Change in Evolution - Problems in Cetacean and Other Mammalian Communication - A Reexamination of "Batesons Rule" - Cybernetic Explanation - Redundancy and Coding - Conscious Purpose versus Nature - Effects of Conscious Purpose on Human Adaptation - Form, Substance and Difference - Pathologies of Epistemology - The Roots of Ecological Crisis - Ecology and Flexibility in Urban Civilization
NOTE: An anthology of essays on (among other things) the nature of the mind, anthropology, psychiatry, genetics, communication theory, cybernetics, epistemology, systems theory, and double binds (leading to schizophrenia)
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Cameron, Ewen. (1935) Objective and experimental psychiatry. Macmillan, NY, NY.
Cameron, Ewen. (1968) Psychotherapy in action. Grune and Stratton, Gillmor, NY, NY.
José Manuel Rodríguez Delgado
Delgado, José Manuel Rodríguez. (1962) Pharmacological analysis of central nervous action. Pergamon, Oxford, England.
Delgado, José Manuel Rodríguez. (1965) Evolution of physical control of the brain. American Museum of Natural History, NY, NY.
Delgado, Jose Manuel Rodriguez. (1966) Emotions. Self-Selection Psychology Textbook. W.C. Brown., Dubuque, IA.
Delgado, Jose Manuel Rodriguez. (1969) Physical control of the mind: Toward a psychocivilized society. Harper and Row, NY, NY.
Delgado, Jose Manuel Rodriguez, Obrador, S., and Martin-Rodriquez, J.G. (1973) "Two-way radio communication with the brain in psychosurgical patients." In Laitinen, L.V. and Livingston Ed. Surgical approaches in psychiatry. Medical and Technical Publishing. Lancaster, England,
Delgado, Jose Manuel Rodriguez. (1977) "Therapeutic programmed stimulation of the brain in man." In Sweet, W., Obrador, S., and Martin-Rodriguez, J.G. Eds. Neurosurgical treatment in psychiatry, pain, and epilepsy. Univ. Park Press, Baltimore, MD, pp.615-637.
Estabrooks, George (1943 and 1957) Hypnotism. Dutton, NY, NY.
NOTE: Estabrooks was a consultant and researcher for the OSS and later the CIA, based at Colgate University. The 1943 edition has accounts of personal experiments and anecdotes of effects of hypnosis. Mentions work done with the War Department, including the possibility of creating programmed couriers and assassins. See especially the chapters on hypnosis in warfare and crime.
Estabrooks, George H. and Gross, Nancy E. (1961) The future of the human mind. Dutton, NY, NY.?NOTE: Contains material on parapsychology and extrasensory perception.
Lifton, Robert Jay. (1989, 1961) Thought reform and the psychology of totalism: A study of "brainwashing" in China. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC.
Lilly, John Cunningham. (1960) "Injury and excitation of brain by electrical current." In Ramey, E.R.and O'Doherty, D.S., Eds Electrical studies of the unanesthetized brain. Hoeber, NY, NY pp.96-105
Lilly, John Cunningham. (1967, 2004) Programming the human biocomputer. Ronin Publishing, Berkeley, CA.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction - Human Biocomputer - Inner Realities - What Are We? Theory - Self-Metaprogramming - Pavlovian Programming - Logic System - Evasions - Coalitions Interlock - Inter-Species Interlock - Metaprogramming Body Image - Perception and Belief Interactions - Positive-System State - Major Metaprograms - Skinnerian Programming - The Thinking Machine - Science vs Religion - Basic Metaprograms of Existence - Personal Metaprogram Language - Programming Chemicals - Training Sessions - Projection Principles
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Lilly, John Cunningham. (1977) The deep self: Profound relaxation and the tank isolation technique. Simon and Schuster: NY, NY.
NOTE: From the publsiher: "This classic work presents the methods and conclusions of more than 25 years of experimentation with the isolation-tank meditative experience. Drawing on the personal testimony of many who tried it, including Burgess Meredith, Gregory Bateson, E. J. Gold, and Jerry Rubin, the evidence shows how, by eliminating the presence of shifting physical input patterns, the tank allows participants to dive deep into their subconscious and focus immediately on their inner perceptions. The different domains of reality and how various experiences with solitude affect different people are discussed along with practical details on the standards for isolation tank manufacture and use."
Lilly, John Cunningham. (1988, 1996) The scientist: A metaphysical autobiography. Ronin Publishing, Berkeley, CA.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: A Being Makes a Choice - Birth - Suckling - Weaning - Education into Becoming Human - From Physics to Biology - First Marriage and Medical School - Electronics Connecting the Human Brain and the Human Mind - Two Beliefs - Major Transitions - Second Conference of Three Beings - Controls Below Human Awareness - Near Misses - Seduction by K - K and Interlock with the External Reality - Living in the Internal Reality and the Extraterrestrial Reality - Control of the Brain and the Covert Intelligence Services - Learning How to Isolate Brain and Mind - Conference of Three Beings - Simulation and Experience - Transition - Third Conference of Three Beings - Life Refuses Closure - Simulation of the Future of Man Dolphin and Whale – Epilogue
NOTE: Covers mapping the brains of monkeys, communication with dolphins, experiments with consciousness expanding drugs, isolation tanks and communication with extraterrestrials.
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Lin, James C. (1978) Microwave auditory effects and applications. Thomas: Springfield, IL.
Lin, James C. (1989) Electromagnetic interactions with biological systems. Plenum Press, NY, NY
1977 Senate MKULTRA Hearing. The complete 171-page record, including testimony and dozens of MKULTRA documents on various subprojects.
CIA and Mind Control: An Irish site with links to MK-Ultra documents.
A list of 309 declassified MK-ULTRA Project Documents
MK-ULTRA: Transcripts of selected documents.
MKULTRA Documents reproduced on CD as exact reproductions of the documents released under the FOIA.
Anon. (1980) The mind control papers. Editors of Freedom, Los Angeles, CA.
NOTE: This appears to be a collection of declassified CIA documents.
Marks, John. The search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and mind control. W.W. Norton, NY, NY.
NOTE: About illegal government drug testing, psychology applied to interrogation, the ties between science and espionage, cover-ups, and more. Marks worked from a limited number of financial documents that had not been destroyed after the Church hearings.
Complete text is at http://www.druglibrary.org/schaffer/lsd/marks.htm
Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Ericksonian Hypnosis
Erickson, Milton H. and Rosen, Sidney. (1991, 1982) My voice will go with you: The teaching tales of Milton H. Erickson. WW Norton, NY, NY.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Changing the Unconscious Mind - Motivating Tales - Trust the Unconscious - Indirect Suggestion - Overcoming Habitual Limitations - Reframing - Learning by Experience - Taking Charge of Your Life - Capturing the Innocent Eye - Notice Distinctions - Treating Psychotic Patients - Manipulation and Future Orientation - Teaching Values and Self-Discipline - Bibliography
NOTE: Grinder and Bandler built neuro-linguistic programming on Erickson's work.
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Bandler, Richard and Grinder, John. (1982) Reframing: Neuro-linguistic programming and the transformation of meaning. Real People Press, Boulder, CO.
Bandler, Richard and Grinder, John. (1975) The structure of magic:
A book about language and therapy. Science and Behavior Books, Palo Alto, CA.
Grinder, John and Bandler, Richard. Trance-formations: Neuro-linguistic programming and the structure of hypnosis. Real People Press, Boulder, CO.
Lankton, Stephen R. and Lankton, Carol H. (1983) The answer within: A clinical framework of Ericksonian hypnotherapy. Brunner-Routledge, NY, NY.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: The Historical Framework- The Attitudinal Framework- The Diagnostic Framework- The Cognitive Framework- The Interpersonal Framework - The Resources and Trance Phenomena Framework - The Multiple Embedded Metaphor Framework - The Anticipation Framework - The Force of Closure - Bibliography
NOTE: An off-shoot of Ericksonian hypnosis and neuro-linguistic programming. From the publisher: "The authors present the structure of Erickson's hypnotherapeutic work by taking the reader step-by-step through the diagnostic and treatment processes. Special attention is given to the use of multiple embedded metaphor as a modality to deliver interventions. Illustrated with case examples and transcripts."
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Meerloo, Joost A. M. (1956) The rape of the mind: The psychology of thought control, menticide, and brainwashing. World Publishing Company, Tulsa, OK.
NOTE: From the publisher: "This book attempts to depict the 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."
Penfield, Wilder and Kristiansen, K. (1951) Epileptic seizure patterns. Thomas, Springfield, IL.
Penfield, Wilder and Jasper Herbert. (1954) Epilepsy and the functional anatomy of the human brain. Little, Brown, Boston, MA.
Penfield, Wilder and Rasmussen, T. (1957) The cerebral cortex of man: A clinical study of localization of function. Macmillan, NY, NY.
Penfield, Wilder. (1958) The excitable eortex in conscious man. Liverpool Univ. Press, Liverpool, England.
Penfield, Wilder and Roberts, L. (1959) Speech and brain mechanisms. Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, NJ.
Penfield, Wilder. (1975) The mystery of the mind. Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, NJ.
Penfield, Wilder. (1977) No man alone: A neurosurgeon's life. Little, Brown, Boston, MA.
The Interim Report of the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments. Superintendent of Documents, stock #061-000-00819-5, $9.00. US Govt. Printing Office, P O Box 371954, Pittsburgh, PA 15250-7954.
Presidential Report on Radiation, March 15, 1995 Testimony of MC Victims.?NOTE: Videotape of the government hearing: Missoulians for a Clean Environment, P O Box 2885, Missoula, MT 59806.
Regardie, Israel, Cicero, Chic and Cicero, Sandra Tabatha. (1995) A garden of pomegranates: Skrying on the tree of life. Llewellyn, St. Paul, MN.
NOTE: From the publisher: "Long considered the best single introduction to the Qabalah for magicians, the third edition of Israel Regardie's A garden of pomegranates is now ... easier to understand, more complete, and up to date. It now includes over 300 pages of never-before-published information from two Senior Adepts of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Expands Regardie's definitive text into a practical manual for Qabalistic magic: Includes pathworkings and guided visualizations for the 32 Paths of Wisdom: Suggests a course of study for learning the Qabalah and incorporating its teachings into daily life: Shows how to create your own personal Qabalistic mantra using gematria or Hebrew numerology: Includes a technique for Rising on the Planes, so you can explore different Qabalistic worlds: Features a Middle Pillar-style exercise for exploring and activating different parts of the soul.
The Qabalah is the ancient system of Hebrew mysticism that is the foundation of Western magical and esoteric studies. Its primary symbol is the Tree of Life, a diagram that can aid in the study of the nature of the Universe, the essence of God, and the human mind, spirit, and soul. A Garden of Pomegranates is the clearest introductory guide on this subject."
William Walters Sargant
Sargant, William Walters. (1946) An introduction to somatic methods of treatment in psychiatry. The Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA.
Sargant, William Walters. (1957) Battle for the mind; A physiology of conversion and brain-washing. Heinemann, London, England, (1975) Greenwood Press, Westport, CT. and (1997) Malor Books, Cambridge, MA.
Sargant, William Walters. (1967) The unquiet mind; The autobiography of a physician in psychological medicine. Preface by D. Ewen Cameron. Little, Brown, Boston, MA.
Sargant, William Walters and Slater, Eliot.(1972) An introduction to physical methods of treatment in psychiatry.Science House, NY, NY.
Schwitzgebel, Robert L. and Schwitzgebel, Ralph K. (1973) Psychotechnology: Electronic control of mind and behavior. Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, NY, NY.
Siegel, Ronald .K. and West, Louis Jolyon., Eds. (1975) Hallucinations: behavior, experience, and theory. John Wiley NY, NY.
Skinner, B.F. (1938) The behavior of organisms; An experimental analysis. Appleton-Century Company, NY, NY. and London, England.
Skinner, B.F. (1974) About behaviorism. Vintage Books, NY, NY.
TABLE OF CONTENTS: The Causes of Behavior - The World Within the Skin - Innate Behavior - Operant Behavior - Perceiving - Verbal Behavior - Thinking – Causes and Reasons - Knowing - The Inner World of Motivation and Emotion - The Self and Others - The Question of Control - What Is Inside the Skin? Summing Up - Bibliography
Valenstein, Elliot S. (1973) Brain control: A critical examination of brain stimulation and psychosurgery. John Wiley, NY, NY.
Watson P.eter. (1978) War on the mind: The military uses and abuses of psychology. (1980) Penguin, NY, NY, (1978) Basic Books, NY, NY, (1978) Hutchinson, London, England, and (1981) Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England.