Stanford University

Stanford University is an educational institute founded in Stanford California (close to San Francisco), in 1885, by Leland Stanford. It is closely associated with the Transhumanist Church of Silicon Valley (Facebook, Google).

Herbert Hoover founded the Hoover Institution at Stanford in 1919.

Stanford professor Lewis Terman (Human Betterment Foundation, American Eugenics Society, American Psychological Association, Genetic Studies of Genius) expanded Alfred Binet's IQ tests and used them as the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales in the US. He studied Jess Oppenheimer, who later wrote CBS sitcom I Love Lucy.

His son Frederick Terman studied under Vannevar Bush at MIT,  became provost of Stanford University and played a crucial role in creating Silicon Valley.

Stanford Research Institute International was founded in 1946, did research on AI (the Transhumanist Church), nanotechnology, Game Theory, internet (first internet transmission in 1969 from UCLA to SRI) in Menlo Park San Francisco (home of Google and Facebook, near Golden Gate Bridge stargate of Sagittarius- Scorpio), ties to Defense Intelligence Agency. Its first president was William Talbot (OSS, Dupont Colonna).

Stanford participated in the MK Ultra mind control research of the CIA (Gregory Bateson, married to jesuit Margaret Mead of Tavistock, took part in the Macy conferences on cybernetics). It was one of the first nodes of ARPANET/Internet.

In 1961 Albert Bandura conducted the Bobo doll experiment (observational learning, doll programming) at Stanford.

Willis Harman (Human Potential movement, Institute for Noetic Sciences of Edgar Mitchell) worked with Joseph Campbell (Esalen, the Hero With a Thousand Faces, influenced George Lucas), CIA agent Alfred Hubbard and Humpfrey Osmond (worked with Christopher Mayhew of British Information Research Department, Aldous Huxley and John Smythies, cousin of Richard Dawkins) and Frank Barron (Harvard drug research with jesuit Timothy Leary). They received a supply of LSD from Sandoz (backed by SG Warburg).

Jacques Vallée worked for NASA, ARPANET and under Douglas Engelbart at SRI's Augmentation Research Center. He helped creating a UFO religion in worship of Greys, was acquainted with Anton LaVey, Steven Spielberg (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Hal Puthoff, Edgar Mitchell, Charles Musès (shamanism), Jack Sarfatti (FFG, Esalen Institute), Arthur Young and Ruth Forbes (Roundtable Foundation seances with Andrija Puharich, friends with Lee Harvey Oswald).

Stanford organized the prison experiment of Philip Zimbardo (book the Lucifer Effect) in 1971.

SRI worked on a Brain-Computer interface BrainGate (Providence Veteran Affairs Medical Center), which led to BrainNet of Facebook. It focused on AI research, market research Harrison Price (Disney). In its work at Giza, SRI used ‘remote sensing’, a hi-tech but mainstream scientific technique, in collaboration with ARE of Edgar Cayce.

Stargate Project was a CIA psyop, a fake remote viewing project of Russell Targ and Harold Puthoff at Stanford Research Institute with media actors Ingo Swann, Uri Geller and Joseph McMoneagle. It serves as a distraction from CIA, DARPA and SRI research on digital mind control, used in Silicon Valley, and in Hubbard's Church of Scientology

William Jeffrey, the CEO of SRI International, worked for DARPA.

Ernst Hildegard (FMSF) developed the Stanford hypnosis susceptibility scales.

DARPA funds Stanford professor David Eagleman's Laboratory for Perception and Action at Baylor College School of Medicine in Houston Texas.

President Richard Wall Lyman was president of the Rockefeller Foundation.

The Digital Library Initiative of Advanced Research Project Agency, NASA and National Science Foundation worked with Stanford to create Google.


- Alex Karp (Palantir)
- Alexander Payne (jesuit, About Schmidt with Jack Nicholson)
- Antonio Borges (Goldman Sachs, TC)
- Betty Eisner (LSD research with Gerald Heard)
- Brian Acton (WhatsApp, owned by Facebook)
- Carla Anderson Hills (CSIS)
- Charles Schwab (Charles Schwab Foundation)
- Charles Stark Draper (Apolllo moon landing)
- David Filoo (Yahoo)
- Derek Bok (president of Harvard)
- Donn Tatum (Disney)
- Ehud Barak (pm Israel)
- Evan Spiegel (Snapchat)
- Fred Savage (child Horus in ABC show the Wonder Years)
- Frederic Spiegelberg (classmate of Carl Jung, California Institute for Integral Studies, Esalen Institute)
- Frank Church (Church Committee)
- Gary Allen (JBS, speechwriter of George Wallace)
- Garry Nolan (Sirius documentary with Steven Greer of Disclosure Project)
- Harry Hay (gay and pedophilia agenda with Allen Ginsberg)
- Henry Jackson (Le Cercle)
- Herbert Hoover (US president)
- Ian Bremmer (CFR, TC)
- James Woolsey (CIA)
- Jawed Karim (Youtube, owned by Google)
- Jeff Bewkes (Time Warner)
- Jeff Skoll (eBay, Berggruen Institute, producer of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth)
- Jen Hsun Huang (Nvidia)
- Jennifer Connelly
- John Lipsky (CFR, AB, IMF)
- John Turner Sargent (Holzbrinck Publishing Group)
- Joseph Schmitz (Order of Malta)
- Joshua Bolten (Goldman Sachs, Chief of Staff of George W Bush, Business Roundtable, Atlantik-Brücke)
- Ken Kesey (MK Ultra, the Merry Pranksters, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest)
- Kevin Systrom (Instagram)
- Kevin Warsh (Hoover Institution, Federal Reserve)
- Kurt Lewin (Frankfurt School, Tavistock)
- Leonard Bosack (Cisko Systems, Business Roundtable company)
- Linda Moulton Howe
- Louis Rosenberg (Unanonymous AI)
- Max Steineke (discovered oil in Saoudi Arabia)
- Michael Arbib (research on cybernetics with Norbert Wiener, Warren McCulloch)
- Michael Murphy and Dick Price (CIA front Esalen Institute, the New Age Church)
- Mike Krieger (Instagram, owned by Facebook)
- Mitt Romney (Mormon Church)
- Nelson Cunningham (Kissinger Associates, Atlantic Council)
- Nils Nilsson (Shakey the Robot)
- Peter Schwartz (Global Business Network with Stewart Brand)
- Peter Thiel (PayPal, Palantir, Facebook)
- Philippe of Belgium (Saxe-Coburg, married to wife of Orsini-Colonna-Pallavicini bloodline)
- Penny Pritzker (Secretary of Commerce)
- Rafael Reif (president of MIT, research on nanotechnology)
- Ray Wilbur (dean of Stanford, Secretary of Interior under Herbert Hoover, Bohemian Club)
- Reed Hastings (Netflix)
- Reese Witherspoon

- Reid Hofman (LinkedIn)
- Richard Zanuck (son of Daryl Zanuck of 20th Century Fox, launched the career of Steven Spielberg and Tim Burton)
- Roger Corman (LSD movie The Trip with Jack Nicholson)
- Sam Harris (New Atheism)
- Scot McGregor (Microsoft Windows)
- Sergey Brin (Google, married to Anne Wojcicki, sister of Susan Wojcicki of Youtube, genomics and digital health care company 23andMe)
- Sigourney Weaver (Stanford t-shirt in Avatar)
- Stephen McLin (Bank of America)
- Stewart Brand
- Theodore Achilles (CFR, NATO)
- William Clark (jesuit, Le Cercle)
- William Hewlett (Hewlett-Packard, student of Frederick Terman)

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