Cyril Burt

Cyril Burt was a psychologist and agent of the Cecils to push the eugenics agenda and mental health agenda. He was educated at Jesus College Oxford and trained by William McDougall (Society for Psychical Research). He was a member of the Tavistock Clinic, British Psychoanalytical Society, London Psychological Society, London School of Differential Psychology and British Eugenics Society. He helped creating Mensa from 1960 (organization of people with high IQ, like Buckminster Fuller) with Lancelot Ware (Atheneum Club, Porton Down) at Oxford in 1948 and became its president from 1960. He developed intelligence tests like the Eleven-Plus examination system and worked with the brothers Galton (freemasons, Social Darwinism, related to Charles Darwin).

McDougall worked for Scientific American, like skeptic Martin Gardner.

He was vice-president of the Progressive League of Fabian HG Wells with Bertrand Russell, Aldous Huxley, CEM Joad, Barbara Wooton (British Sociological Association), Kingsley Martin (The New Statesman of Fabian Society). It was based on Wells' book The Open Conspiracy (agenda of the Left Wing Church).

Mensa was a continuation of the Lebensborn program of Heinrich Himmler's SS.

Burt taught Hans Eysenck (books on IQ and race) at University College London. Eysenck wrote The Case of Sir Cyril Burt, signed the Humanist Manifesto of Paul Kurtz (AAAS) with Corliss Lamont, Sidney Hook, Isaac Asimov, BF Skinner and founded the World Future Council with Glenn Seaborg, Edward Teller, Desmond Morris, Abdus Salam (Nobel Prize). He was funded by Pioneer Fund (racist agenda of the Right Wing Church).

He influenced Raymond Cattell (Clark University, Harvard).

Leslie Hearnshaw and Nicholas Macintosh (Royal Society) also published on him.

born 3/3/1883.

died 10/10/1971.


1921 Mental and Scholastic Tests
1923 The Causal Factors of Juvenile Crime
1934 How the Mind Works
1940 The Factors of the Mind: An Introduction to Factor Analysis in Psychology
1962 Francis Galton and Contributions to Psychology