MK Ultra

MK Ultra is a CIA mind control project, started in 1953, that expanded on the research of Project Bluebird and Project Artichoke.

It is the most famous mind control project, often used in disinfo of the Conspiracy Church (Roseanne Barr, Cathy O'Brien, Gaia) and serves as distraction of Project Bluebird (drug and hypnosis research, creating Multiple Personality Disorder and amnesia through electro-shock or hypnotic triggers like telephone calls). It was brought into public consciousness to normalise and 'neutralise' information about mind control projects by blending truth with fiction (linking MK Ultra to conspiracy clich├ęs as JFK, Rockefellers, moon landing and Illuminati).

It was led by Sidney Gottlieb, mentored by Ira Baldwin, director at Fort Camp Detrick Maryland (Operation Paperclip).


- Ewen Cameron (Scottish, Cameron like Marjorie Cameron, Canadian McGill University, worked at Gartnavel Royal Hospital in the 20's, where electroshock therapy was used, and where RD Laing of Tavistock worked in the 50's).
- Jolyon West (S&B affiliated Cornell University, received funding through CIA front Human Ecology Fund with Carl Rogers)
- Harold Abramson (Macy Foundation conferences on cybernetics)
- Harris Isbell

- John Gittinger (Personality Assessment System)
- Martin Orme
- Robert Heath (Tulane University, New Orleans)
- George Hunter White
- William Joseph Bryan (Project Artichoke)
- Bernard L Diamond
- Carl Pfeiffer
- Robert Lifton
- Max Fink (electroshocks)

MK Ultra was a copy of Bluebird and Artichoke. Research was undertaken at more than 80 institutions (universities Harvard, Cornell, Tulane, McGill, Stanford, Johns Hopkins, Princeton, MIT, Columbia,..) with 149 subprojects.

Ewen Cameron used the insulin and electroshock therapy method of Lauretta Bender, Joseph Wortis and Karl Bowman at Bellevue Mental Hospital, and Howard Himwich at Edgewood Arsenal.

Mind controlled sex slaves like Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield were used in the cultural marxist agenda of the Left Wing Church in the program Pop culture. As archetypes of moon goddess Isis, they all represented mirror images of each other.

The script of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes was written by Anita Loos, who worked for Hearst. She was a friend of Aldous Huxley, who also experiments with mescaline in 1953, provided by Humpfrey Osmond (Pluto dark secrets in Leo =Strength Oz). Osmond conducted drug and insuline shock therapy research with Abram Hoffer at the Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital in Weyburn Canada, visited by CIA agent Alfred Hubbard.

The claims of Gottlieb it was part of an assassination program, for instance to kill Fidel Castro, were bogus because Castro was another jesuit puppet.

In disinfo MK Ultra is often linked to Operation Paperclip, to trigger trauma of nazi concentration camps. While nazi Theodor Benzinger participated in Project Chatter, there is no evidence of nazi's being employed at MK Ultra, it was a continuation though of the research of German and British Intelligence during WW2. MPD was created in test subjects. George Estabrooks in his 1957 book 'Hypnotism', stated that creation of MPD in soldiers is possible and ethical.

The death of Frank Olson (Fort Dietrick of Operation Paperclip) in 1953 is also used to create more mystery, vagueness and distraction (A Terrible Mistake of HP Albarelli, Netflix series Wormwood). William Turner linked William Joseph Bryan to Sirhan Sirhan (assassination of RFK) and to the JFK ritual. William Joseph Bryan worked with Albert DeSalvo (Boston Strangler, Cambridge folk scene of Joan Baez, close to MIT). The similar sounding Project Bluebook is also used to distract with theories about UFO's.

Ken Kesey participated in MK Ultra research of Gregory Bateson (married to jesuit Margaret Mead of Tavistock) in the Military Veterans Hospital at Menlo Park (home of Google and Facebook).

John C Lilly invented the sensory deprivation tank at the National Institute of Mental Health in Bethesda Maryland, close to Walter Reed Hospital.

In 1954 Harry Bailey as WHO representative, observed the electroshock-therapy of Ewen Cameron in Canada, William Sargant in London. Aldous Huxley published The Doors of Perception about his mescaline experience. The Korean CIA founded the Unification Church cult.

Disney (who also worked with nazi Wernher von Braun, transferred through Operation Paperclip) used the methods of MK Ultra on children to create MouseKeteers in the entertainment shows of ABC (Leonard Goldenson, Sigma Alpha Mu) like the Mickey Mouse Club from 1955 (Anette Funicello, Doreen Tracy,..).

Willis Harman conducted LSD research at Stanford Research Institute.

From 1957 Ewen Cameron did MK Ultra research with LSD, curare and electroconvulsive therapy at the Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal (Subproject 68).

In the 60's Frank Barron (educated at Berkeley) founded the Harvard Psychedelic Drug Research, similar to the CIA drug research of Project Bluebird, Artichoke and MK Ultra in the 50's. Michael Hollingshead introduced Timothy Leary to LSD, like he would give LSD to Roman Polanski, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Keith Richards and Alan Watts. Hollingshead was affiliated with New York University, linked to Bellevue Hospital.

Columbia University did social experiments with African Americans (Subproject 123). Jolyon West participated in the Civil Rights Movement as a friend of Charlton Heston.

In the JFK media ritual Harvey Lee Oswald is often linked to disinfo about MK Ultra (Jolyon West pretended to have given a psychiatric evaluation of Jack Ruby). He was arrested while watching movie War Is Hell, produced by Burt Topper, who worked with producer Samuel Z Arkoff. Arkoff worked with Roger Corman (LSD commercial The Trip) and produced the Beach Party movies with Anette Funicello, Blaxploitation movies with Pam Grier.

Ken Kesey and Frank Zappa (MK Ultra linked Edgewood Arsenal) were promoted in the media as heroes of the new counterculture.

From 1971 to 1978 William Thetford (Columbia, student of CIA agent Carl Rogers at the University of Chicago) headed MK Ultra Subproject 130 Personality Theory.

According to the official story, MK Ultra ended in 1973 when Richard Helms destroyed all documents in the aftermath of the Watergate scandal.

In 1975 the Rockefeller Commission (another trope and distraction in the Conspiracy Church) with Nelson Rockefeller and Ronald Reagan and the Church Commission (after a media ritual with John D Marks and Seymour Hersch of The NY Times (bestseller about the JFK ritual), brought MK Ultra and Frank Olson into public consciousness.

MK Ultra doctors Jolyon West and Martin Orme participated in the Patty Hearst media ritual with Alan Dershowitz and Gloria Allred.

In 1977 16.000 documents are released, that Richard Helms 'forgot' to destroy, released through the so called Freedom of Information Act, on a request of John D Marks (book with CIA agent Victor Machetti) to cause more confusion.

During a media ritual in 1978, Larry Flynt pretended to be shot (on the 33d parallel like JFK), by Joseph Paul Franklin (neo nazi movement with David Duke of KKK), wich Flynt blamed on MK Ultra and a conspiracy of Larry McDonald (John Birch Society). Flynt employed Lee Qarnstrom of Ken Kesey's Merry Pranksters.

In 1979 John D Marks published The Search for the Manchurian Candidate, claiming to have read the 16.000 documents. He later worked for Harvard, wich also participated in MK Ultra.

Rumors were spread about Ted Kaczynski, being a victim of MK Ultra mind control during the experiments of Henry Murray at Harvard.

In 1988 the debut album of Ultramagnetic MC's was released (Kool Keith with alter ego's Dr Octagon, Dr Doom).

MK Ultra became a trope in disinfo of Alex Jones (fake Strain All Urine picture of Ellen Atkin), Brice Taylor, Cisko Wheeler, Zero Hedge, Victor Marchetti (Liberty Lobby of Willis Carto), Annie McKenna (book Paper Dolls), Donald Bain and Candy Jones, Anne Collins (Sleeper Room),...

Matthew Modine played a MK Ultra doctor in Stranger Things.

Misleading books about MK Ultra

HP Albarelli A Terrible Mistake
John D Marks The Search for the Manchurian Candidate
Martin Lee Acid Dreams
Walter Bowart Operation Mind Control

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