DECEMBER 20, 2006

Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - DECEMBER 20, 2006 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes) 


Hi, folks. This is Alan Watt and it is Wednesday the 20th of December 2006. It's been a hectic time with winter coming on and this is the time where everything that should work doesn’t work, so you're very, very busy if you live in the country when you depend on things you must use. Machines and things today, the newer a machine the less likely it's going to work for too long because things are just churned out today, mass produced, fancy designs, but really they're not meant to last at all. You find this out when you talk to the different small engine repair guys who advise you to put even $1,000 in old snow blowers rather than go out and buy the new ones unless you're buying top of the line because everything really is made to be disposable today. So much so that even the mechanics don't want to work on some of these new machines because they're so darn complicated to get into just to get to the part you're trying to fix. That's how things are.

On Sunday, last Sunday I had a blowout on a highway. No other vehicles on the road, tarmac road and this is a turnout for the books because when the guy dismounted the tire to find out what had gone through and it was towards the edge of the tires so they don't even repair that. They can't repair that. There was a stainless steel cheapo Chinese butter knife inside the tire and how that got in there I have no idea, because the angle it would have had to been at was almost as though it was in a socket in the tarmac road to hold it at that angle to penetrate the tire - the real tire at that, it's just astounding. It's millions and millions to one. That's a turnout for the books.

Tonight, since we're talking about wonkey things happening to wonkey people with wonkey brains, I'm going to talk about Kevin Warwick. That's W-a-r-w-i-c-k. The Professor who's being promoted to the world to get us used to the idea of brain chip implants and he has been promoted big time. Nothing comes out big time unless they put you there to do it, whether they are a writer or author, spokesperson or something or trying to advocate something. When they all work in unison worldwide, all the big television companies, when they're really not saying anything that's new, although this guy pretends he's breaking the ground on this technology, then you know it's a coordinated effort to familiarize us with an idea and that's what we call predictive programming. I'm going to read part of an interview he gave and at the end of it I will tell you where to find this interview.

"If You Could Read My Mind"

(As recorded by Gordon Lightfoot)

If you could read my mind, love

What a tale your thoughts could tell

Just like an old time movie

'Bout a ghost from a wishing well

In a castle dark, or a fortress strong

With chains upon my feet

You know that ghost is me

And I will never be set free

As long as I'm a ghost that you can't see.


Alan: He's interviewed by Sali Earls so here it goes.

"Kevin Warwick, Professor of Cybernetics at Reading University, is a well known and celebrated UK scientist. His pioneering research into neural implants has led to him receiving his own implant which linked his nervous system to the internet, in effect making him a human cyborg."

Alan: That's the lie right there. The stuff that he's talking about as though he's ground breaking it on the cutting edge is old stuff. Huxley talked about this back in the 1950s and '60s when he worked at Tavistock Institute in England. See this is very old stuff. About 15 years ago in the Swedish newspapers they were given reports of prisoners - volunteers in prison who were getting this done to them to and hooking them up to computers. This has all been done and yet we're given this nonsense, this dribble to believe just to get us used to the simplicity of it, the stage that it's supposed to be at, according to Warwick.

"Warwick delivered a public lecture at the recent Christmas event of the South Wales branch of the British Computer Society, organised by ITWales and held at the National Waterfront Museum. In his presentation to an audience of more than 200, Warwick discussed his own implants and the ethical issues surrounding the possible future of "upgraded humans".

Alan: Upgraded humans, interesting term. People don't realize they've been getting this term and other similar terms put into their heads for years through science fiction and we find that in the Star Trek series there was "genetic enhancement" they called it. Then we had "Seven of Nine", very Kabbalistic name gave her, who was part cyborg with implants in her implanted right into her brain because she used to be a member of the Borg that had come over to the other side. Carrying on here, it says:

"Following the lecture, Professor Warwick spoke to Sali Earls about his work, his media notoriety and his plans for the future."

Alan: You see, this is just a front man, a smiling goon basically who's meant to con us into thinking it's still early days so as we go along with the first things they will present to us, which will probably be chips in the arms and stuff, which is the kind of stuff he's really been doing so far.

"The idea of cybernetics sounds a bit like science fiction to many. How would you define your subject?"

Alan: Now you can tell by the questions as well that's presented to him this is a format - a question as it's been written by someone else, a professional to make it sound very tame and nice and exciting.

"How would you define your subject?"

Alan: Here he goes.

"Cybernetics is historically defined as controls and communications in humans and machines, and for me in the subject that really involves humans and technology interacting in many ways. Particularly in biomedical areas - the use of technology for medicine, and helping people in one way or another - but also looking at all sorts of technological entities from a systems point of view, and how it operates when a human is in the loop. So, this includes things like robotics and artificial intelligence - one of my main interests."

Alan: It would be for someone who isn't too intelligent, wouldn't it? And you can tell here again from what he's saying this is all scripted because they always use the front people, the cripples, the poor, the sick to get their way. We have a massive industry going worldwide right now in body parts and fetal tissue from abortions and yah-dee yah-dee yah. Even in China the reports that came out of their of prisoners being executed because they have the right DNA match for body parts that some rich so-and-so was looking for and it all started with some genuine person with a daughter or a son who needed a kidney or whatever. That's how that whole industry got started and that's how we went along with it because they always use this hook of "to help people." You can tell by the history of this world the elite have no other concern except for to help the poor souls at the bottom. To continue:

"It does overlap with science fiction. I think science fiction in this area particularly is looking to the future,"

Alan: This boy needs some artificial intelligence.

". . . to the world of intelligent machines, and questioning how that compares with human intelligence; and the world of cyborgs - cybernetic organisms - part human, part machine which is tremendously exciting and something I'm keen to get involved with more and more."

Alan: So it's very exciting and it's also when you help people who are paralyzed et cetera.

"In the lecture you talked about the implant you had in 2002 for three months. Why did you feel it necessary to undergo such a procedure yourself?

Alan: Now this is quite funny to me.

"It's one of those things, if you're trying something like this for the first time,

Alan: For the first time he says, hey.

". . . you need to experience it yourself. We were sending signals down onto the nervous system and up into the brain, and experiencing it for yourself has perhaps two main features.

One is that it is of course very dangerous - I don't perhaps make anything of that - and to be honest, having one of the researchers or somebody else that didn't need to carry out the experiment involved, and something went wrong - which it could easily do - I don't know how I could live with myself. If it goes wrong and it's me involved, then OK. I made the choice, I wanted to do the research, and if something went wrong, so be it."

Alan: This man wants a medal as well and honors, maybe a knighthood thrown in there and eventually maybe a Nobel Prize. He's a brave character, and all we have is his word he's even got one in the first place. We found that scam in the Jacobson family a few years ago who claim they all had it. We found out to they all had shares in the company that was trying to flog the chip and they didn't have chips at all. So he continues.

"That's one aspect, but also looking at extra sensory input . . .

Alan: Now this is for the new-agers.

". . . for example, or communicating in a new way, actually experiencing it for myself and understanding what it feels like is tremendously exciting, and I actually get to benefit from it.

You talk about the danger aspect of such an experiment. I'm sure you know that a lot of people would consider you to be a little bit nuts, but perhaps many are not aware of the inherent danger that goes with a lot of groundbreaking research.

Alan: Here's the hero going to talk again.

"Yes. This is a little bit "Jekyll and Hyde". From a scientific point of view you don't know how it's going to work out."

Alan: Ha, ha. It's been done a thousand, thousand times before in experiments from Tavistock onwards. Not just in England, but across the planet.

"If Dr Jekyll had succeeded, it would have been a completely different story. I've been lucky so far with the experiments we have done, I've come out of them OK, but the next one may not be so lucky. You have to take that risk, and some people may ridicule what you're doing - if you get it wrong they think you're an idiot, and if you get it right they seem to disregard it. But so be it. I'm not really bothered about that, I'm really interested in doing the work - that's what gets me excited.

Alan: Yep, he's going for a knighthood too, definitely, definitely. Maybe two or three medals, a knighthood and a Nobel Prize.

"When you had the implant, your wife also underwent a similar procedure temporarily and you and she communicated nervous system to nervous system. Can you explain what happened and how it felt?

I guess one of the things that I'd always been excited by all my life were the first experiments that were conducted by Sam Morse with the telegraph system, and then with Alexander Graham Bell actually coming up with the telephone system, and making that step forward. So to be in the position later on to do something, not only similar, but in some regards you could consider it as surpassing that was a fantastic opportunity.

We had my implant which linked my nervous system electrically directly with the computer and onto the internet, and my wife Irina, who also had electrodes pushed into her nervous system to link her nervous system to the computer and the internet, and we essentially linked our nervous systems together directly, electrically. We had an electrical circuit which linked us directly, so that when she moved her hand, the neural signals from her brain went from her nervous system and appeared on my nervous system, and therefore up to my brain."

Alan: So I guess you could say she's got her hands into everything.

"Good Vibrations"

By The Beach Boys

I, I love the colorful clothes she wears
And the way the sunlight plays upon her hair
I hear the sound of a gentle word
On the wind that lifts her perfume through the air

I'm pickin' up good vibrations
She's giving me excitations
I'm pickin' up good vibrations
(Oom bop bop good vibrations)
She's giving me excitations
(Oom bop bop excitations)
Good good good good vibrations
(Oom bop bop)
She's giving me excitations
(Oom bop bop excitations)
Good good good good vibrations
(Oom bop bop)
She's giving me excitations
(Oom bop bop excitations)


"So her brain signals travelled electrically to stimulate my nervous system and brain, and when she moved her hand three times, I felt in my brain three pulses, and my brain recognised that my wife was communicating with me. It was the world's first purely electronic communication from brain to brain, and therefore the basis for thought communication."

Alan: Now this is such a lot of rubbish because it’s ancient stuff. It's very, very old stuff he's talking about here. It's purely familiarization to the public.

"Do you think that over time, humans will develop a way of interpreting these communications appropriately? From what you've said, it seems as if you can experience things via neural implants that you can't entirely understand or verbalise.

Alan: His answer.

"In the first instance I think it will be quite trivial, like a telegraphic communication, and maybe even repeating a telephonic, almost a speech type of communication, but without actually talking, just going from brain to brain. That shouldn't be too difficult to achieve."

Alan: Since it's been done.

"It's then the big question of how much further we can go, because if we're transmitting signals brain to brain in a parallel way, it opens up the possibility of pictorial, graphical, colourful communication from brain to brain. That's really going to be exciting as people learn how to recognise those signals in a whole new way.

It's very difficult to know exactly where it's going to go, this is really just opening up a whole new world of possibilities of communicating in a much richer way. Just as 130 years ago, Alexander Graham Bell opened up a world with the first telephone call, I doubt he could have imagined that it would have led to television--

Alan: Mind you, if you read Alexander Graham Bell's history - high Mason, very high Mason that he was, his father was already doing voice-to-skull communications on people. Read their history.

"If we look 100 years into the future, it would be difficult to imagine what this all might lead to."

Alan: I don't think so.

"One possible future that you touched on in the BCS lecture, is the upgrading of humans to the point that we end up with cyborgs being the norm, and remaining humans as some sort of subspecies. Do you really think this is likely, and what sort of timescale do you think we're looking at?

Alan: You can tell these are posed questions and scripted answers. It's all been done.

"I think it's a distinct possibility. This is an exciting technology that will stretch humankind. I don't think it will make the poor poorer, but it certainly will give those that can afford it intellectual abilities way beyond what they have."

Alan: There's your snob appeal again.

"I also think that it may not only stretch society, but it may break it into two groups. It could happen very quickly."

Alan: You'll find this sort of stuff in the movies, even to do with genetic enhancement. You'll find it in Gattaca, very worth watching. Good movie.

"We're looking at the first thought communication experiments within a decade."

Alan: Another lie.

". . . so within ten years they will have been conducted, if not by me they will have been done by others - it is going to happen. Within twenty years I would think that this could start to become a commercial reality, so you can go and have a little thing injected into your head"

Alan: Well there you are, just a little thing injected into your head.

". . . and communicate with other people just by thinking. That will be tremendously powerful,"

Alan: Snob appeal.

". . . but those that don't have it really will start to be left behind."

Alan: There's your marketing strategy that all the big scripters use. You'll be left behind if you're child doesn’t' get a computer he'll be left behind. That's what they said in when they were uniting Europe: if you don't join you'll be left behind. State of the art marketing strategy.

". . . I would have thought that this two tier society could be with us certainly by 2050. In a way, I don't really see a problem with it - if people want to upgrade, why not? Let's have more senses and a new way of communicating. If people don't want to do it, then it's their choice."

Alan: Back to the reporter.

"If this happens, I guess a lot of it will come down to the commercialisation of these technologies, and how responsibly they are sold and used.

Alan: Answer.

"I think it does present enormous commercial opportunity, and of course you have ethical questions - 'should or shouldn't you do this?'. The commercial opportunities have ethical questions in themselves, as they bring in profit not only for the companies involved but also within countries. So if it's a UK company that launches a thought communication device that takes off, they will make enormous sums of money,"

Alan: This is to get all the sharks in.

". . . which will be good for the country, which is what we hope would happen. Ethical questions change from whether this is a good thing or not to the fact that it will affect humans in a very big way."

Alan: Well there's your child-speak for the children that he's talking to, which is supposed to be us, you see. That was the ethic debate.

"Staying with ethical concerns, in the lecture you demonstrated very powerfully that people are currently benefiting from implants in a therapeutic sense. Could you explain the research in this area, and how therapeutic implants evolve over time?

"At the moment there is an implant that can be pushed right into the middle of the brain - in the subthalamic nucleus is one potential area - and it provides a stimulation that counteracts the tremor effects of Parkinson's Disease to the extent that many patients can lead a normal life"

Alan: Yeah, for half a dozen.

". . . and so they leave the implant switched on all the time. The number of people benefiting from that is now increasing"

Alan: It used to be five.

". . . surgeon's are getting very good and deciding which people can benefit from it, the exact frequency of stimulation, and the positioning of it. There is now research into the long term effects of this therapy.

There is also research into neural implants and epilepsy, which is looking extremely positive, and there are all sorts of possibilities for applications of this sort of implant. It could help people with other types of dystonia or multiple sclerosis - there is a whole range of diseases and problems that could be tackled in one way or another.

When you look at implants it opens up the area of paralysis, whether through an illness or as a result of an accident, and they have lesions in their nervous system. I think we're going to see in the very near future, the possibility of bridging over the lesions and at least restoring some of the original function, and at the same time allowing the person who was paralysed to control their environment to a certain extent - to switch on lights or drive their car, just by thinking. We're going to see those types of technology coming into play."

Alan: There's your helping the people part you see. Our history shows this works very well.

"The nature of your research has led you to have quite a high profile in the media, and your work is often discussed on sites like The Register, but they don't seem to take you particularly seriously. How do you feel about this, and what's the knock on effect on your work?

The work does seem to have a high profile, which I guess is understandable. I think that anybody commenting on a regular basis on what I do must have an interest in it. At least every month there is a comment about me on The Register, and I think that if they didn't think there was any value whatsoever in what I do, there wouldn't be any comments at all."

Alan: He's partly right there. If he wasn't pushed there to be blurbed all over the world on various talk shows, the biggest shows in every country, then we wouldn't know of him. He's there because they want us to know him with his play station stuff he's talking about here, his tiddly-wink stuff because this is stuff is obsolete what he's actually saying here and we know what the real chip is about. It's not about helping anybody. It's about total control. Now he continues.

"It's understandable - I am doing some radical experiments, and some people may think they are a little bit strange, so it's good that sites like The Register"

Alan: I like this Register thing. Isn't that a bit suspicious in itself? The Register. Have you been done yet? Get on The Register.

". . . The Register question what I'm doing and whether it's right. It's another way of looking at it, that I think is probably a very good thing, and I applaud it. I love it that we live in a society where there are opportunities for people to question in this kind of way. At the same time, it does bring attention to the work that I'm doing - people may look at The Register, and find out more about my work as a result, then perhaps come along to a presentation that I'm giving, or have a look at one of my papers and find out that there's a bit more to it than The Register was probably implying.

I'm thankful to The Register for pointing out the research I am doing. Perhaps most people that look at the site have considerable technological news as it were, and so for them to find out more about what I'm doing is not a bad thing as far as I'm concerned."

Alan: He's using almost a Latin spiritual term here. It's also an old Masonic term. The new.

"What's next for Kevin Warwick?

I'm involved in a whole range of projects at the moment. One of them that is now ongoing is culturing neural networks - that is actually growing artificial brains from biological tissue - and we're working on that to control a little robot. So rather than have a robot controlled by a computer brain, the robot will be controlled by a biological brain. That to me is tremendously exciting."

Alan: I don't know why it's exciting to him as a professor who must know all this stuff, but I think it was Sony had it in the newspapers about 15 years ago they were already doing this and they had found they could grow neural tissue and interface it with silicon chips and it would act as one part of the entire circuit. He's talking obsolete here to be almost kindergartenish to make it sound appealing and exciting to get us all used to it. Predictive programming they call it.

"In the implant world, we're working with surgeons on an improved implant for Parkinson's Disease that can predict the tremors before they occur, and then counteract them before they actually happen, so it's not stimulating all the time and hence not using up power constantly, it's just monitoring and then stimulates when appropriate, so it has to be able to predict what the human brain is doing.

For my own implant, I see that as being about seven or eight years away. I do believe firmly that we can carry out a first experiment. . . "

Alan: "First experiment," even after DARPA's done it.

". . . and involving brain to brain communication. It will require a brain implant, and I am certainly on for it, and I'm really excited and looking forward to it. I really want to experience signals from somebody else's brain appearing in my brain - I want to get there first.

Alan: So what about the Nobel Prize and two medals and a knighthood? What else can they throw in here? because what an amazing piece of propaganda this truly is. Now that was published Wednesday, December 13th. It was published in I.T. Wales Interview by Sali Earls and that's at

Fascinating rubbish. All old stuff, very old stuff and using the traditional tools to help the sick is to help this and so on and to make it all exciting to the youth because it's the youth who are going to be their big targets. This was all discussed in many scientific papers even when they were pushing for the virtual reality. The virtual reality wasn't going to end with a helmet giving you visions inside your head. It was to lead you to a chip implant which would give you - you could be in a movie in other words. For those who want a little bit on that of predictive programming watch the movie called, "The Lawn Mower Man" and the follow-up to it, but the first one had all of that in it. This is predictive programming. That's why when these things come along we think it's all quite natural.

Now in a Pollyanna world as I say this guy pretends that we're living in where everything is above board and we are all part of the system and we have a say in things and we’re all making our own decisions. Power never comes into this - the power of a minority of running the planet, as it always has, by the way. Always has and the powerful do rule always and always sought ways of more and more control. This is to be the ultimate form of control step-by-step but prior to completely rebuilding people themselves for specific tasks. That's what this is all about, but I get so sick of the propaganda of these characters who are shoved out into society and since we're trained only to listen to professors and doctors and all the rest of it - the experts, it stops us from thinking for ourselves. We're trained that way.

Now a tramp from the street could be warning you about this for his whole life and you would ignore him and that is true. You've been trained to listen to these characters when they come on with all their exciting chatter like chipmunks of how exciting it's all going to be and wonderful, but nowhere does it mention the power that it would give not only a group - a dominant minority over everyone else, but the power to give to one single individual who's in charge of it all. That should be terrifying.

At the moment, we live in a world of complete surveillance. Most of it's been going on long before 9/11 came along in 2001. The public are always kept in the dark. There were writers back as far as the 1950s exposing the methods in which police had complete documentation on personality profiles and the events in each person's life in the complete and entire western world even down to your local village. They were making up all the personality profiles and most of it came from gossip. We're actually writing down gossip on who's doing what and so on and of course the Eastern Star is involved because the old ladies of the Eastern Star will also meet with the Grand Master of the local lodge and they pass on all this data and then it goes to the police.

Our telephone calls have been getting monitored probably since the days of Bell's first telephone been given to the public. They've always used this for a method of data collecting because we have never lived in an open society where we are part of the decision making process. We have never ever had that. It has never existed. All we have is the propaganda to convince us that it exists and always has existed. And that's all it is, is propaganda.

Most people today don't even handle cash anymore. They use cards for everything. Everything's tracked. They know it. They don't care and the reason that democracy was chosen was because in democracies you can bring totalitarian schemes to fruition and absolute confidence that at least 75% - it used to be 75%. I think it's closer to 90% now of the population will go along with whatever it is because they don't want to get into trouble. And know that they can then alter the laws and say well we've made it voluntary up until now, but now the system's adapted to most folks using this particular thing so you will have to adapt as well and the cash disappears.

Everything's monitored because you can count on at least 75% to go along, the mob, because the mob get their ideas from the main media. They cannot think for themselves. They don't have the ability to reason for themselves. And that's no slur by me. That's a statement of fact by study of massive think tanks, not only in the last couple of hundred years but probably for a thousand years or more, and put out by people like Zbigniew Brzezinski who is quite blatant about that.

Most people have lost the ability to reason for themselves. They really think the media is there to do their thinking for them and to tell them what's important. They believe that too, so in a democracy you can count on the majority to force the minority to go along. People don't even know that at one time car licensing or your driving license was voluntary and then the insurance policies was voluntary as well. Today there's hardly a store you can go into without them demanding to know your name and address and everything else about you, even if you're paying in cash, and most folk don't care because they belong to the majority.

For those who easily and it's very easy to get angry at the high manipulators who coolly and calmly give orders to think tanks to work on certain problems - societal problems and using the big marketing companies and marketing strategies to basically market the idea into their heads. It's easy to get angry with them, which is counter-productive because the one with the cool head is always going to win in the end. These people are very cool at the top. There is no panic situation, very calm and collected as the insect-like plan our destinies for us.

However, they're not the main enemy. The main enemy of the populace who understand what's happening and who appreciate the freedom and privacy and who are indignant - that word which has been lost, indignant when privacy is taken away. The minority have a problem with the majority. It's the majority that are becoming your problem. Without the majority, as the ancient Greeks said, the dominant minority couldn't do anything at all. They need the approval of the majority and the majority will always take what seems to be the easy way to go at the time. They follow the stars and when the big stars come on - the talking heads that have been put up there as gods or demigods, and when they go for or say they will go for - so will the mob.

They will go for it too and they already are using minor types of implants in certain clubs as I've mentioned before and the man who promotes that whole club industry worked for the NSA, the National Security Agency. That should make you feel very comfortable. I have no doubt whatsoever those who are making all of the chips - all of these chips - I don't care if they’re publicly registered. They are worked and funded and directed by and staffed at the top by CIA, MI6 et cetera.

Because you could never give a truly beneficial thing to the public and lose power over the public. Therefore, any technology that's given out there with any potential whatsoever for power must be 100% controlled and the actual chip implant made by these companies because the function eventually is to control all of us.

It is interesting to study this type of propaganda and use your memory and that's what really brings it on to you is this is nothing but a familiarization process of pure propaganda. I very much doubt that this guy even wanders from a script that's written for him. He does the standard technique of it's for the sick and how it will benefit them and he gets the worst kind of cases. Oh, the paraplegics, those are Parkinson's and all that. All he wants to do is to get a little chip right in the middle of the brain – just a little injection in your brain.

From the elites point of view this is the natural way to go. They have no moral qualms about this because look at the trouble they’ve gone to in the entire world to make an agenda up for a totalitarian 21st Century – completely totalitarian, where everyone's observed. We've watched the cameras being thrown up all over Europe for 15 years or more now. That's the time when we knew they started. They've been doing it a lot longer than that I'm sure. And it's all for our safety. You know you can have people so safe they can't move because they're in straightjackets because life involves risk and the risk taking is part of living. If you don't take the risk you're not living. You're following a program.

It's a difficult thing to understand as I say but your main problem is not with the elite. It's with the rest of society that docilely goes along with everything becomes the majority and forces you along with them. There is no doubt however that this technology will make it so much easier for a dominant minority and cheaper to observe everyone and know what everyone is doing at any second of any day. They'd also know what a person is thinking about doing. Remember the movie was put out with Tom Cruise not so long ago that they had a predictive type of arrest and you're arrested if they thought you might be thinking about committing a crime. In the movie they were using sort of strangely bred people who were types of mediums who predict - well this is even better. The law will benefit so much from this. They love to create new levels and layers and strata of law and lawyers who'll be able to deal with all of this stuff where we've been accused of thinking about maybe doing something. It may have been a daydream or a real dream but you'll be charged regardless and to think of something will be a crime in itself. It will be forbidden areas which you can't go into. This is the new freedom which they're talking about because do you think they would leave that alone?

We see where it's going today where verbal communication is being restricted all the time and you can't simply say what you want to say sometimes for fear of offending whoever or whatever by law. A whole new field was opened up for lawyers. These armies they churn out all the time like they mentioned in "Devils Advocate" the movie. Lawyers always benefit and to make it as confusing as possible so that they'll get the business because it's almost to difficult for the Joe Average to figure it out what's really going on.

The kind of talks we could give on what's happening today to give a quick effect would have to have been widely given out in 1950s to the children being born then. It's always a bit late after the event when they've been starting a project towards a specific goal. We have to be in on it in the beginning to head it off at the pass. Most of what we're told is after the event, after the horse has bolted, which makes it very difficult to alter. Such is the technology. The technology is there. It is already perfected. As this character tries to win his medals for getting a chip put in his arm or wherever - it's in the newspapers recently that bureaucrats and civil servants in Mexico have to have implants put in so they can open doors and get through in certain departments. The reason this professor is brought out is to make it sound so appealing and we should all have one. It doesn't even mention the abuse it could have so easily by a small group of fanatics even in a real world, never mind the dominant minority who've always been fanatical in this real world.

The ethics aren't even discussed. The abuses aren't discussed. The lack of privacy and there's nothing more private than your thoughts. That wasn't discussed. It's supposed to be exciting and remember that meeting I talked and read some from the Loyola meeting where the world's scientists all met to discuss the implantation of the brain chip as a passed event. It's already to go. Professor Warwick popped up as a front man, the publicist; and he said at that meeting the only problem they have to do now is convince the public to accept it and that regional computers were set up already to control the populations. You'll have your own number with your chip. That will be you from then on.

The top scientist from Tokyo said it will drastically alter humanity in every aspect. He said, "it will no longer be a form of society as we know it. Think of it more as the beehive where you'll hear whispering thoughts of people as this information is whizzed back to central computers - regional computers and it bypasses through your brain and then comes from the computer back to them. You'll be hearing all this whispering in your head exactly as the Star Trek series and the movies in Star Trek showed, the Borg, exactly and that tells you, you see that those in the industry of making the movies, the big ones which influence your lives, are in on the whole deal from the get go.

Gene Roddenberry for instance who started the Star Trek series was a member of NASA. He was in on all the big meetings to do with this because they discussed at NASA where they wanted society to be lead; and how do you lead society? You do it by predictive programming. Make up a story. Add technologies. Show them one area how this technology can be used so it doesn’t seem so bad. It seems good and make it sound exciting in a drama form and that's how our thoughts are shaped. Our opinions are shaped that way and when you bring out the real thing in society, we think well I guess that's quite a natural way to go. Was it really? How many other directions could it have gone? Everything must be made to appear so natural to us so we don't question anything and you know that your neighbor and most people when this comes out probably in a lower version - probably a body implant initially. Like the ones they're giving to the nightclubs in different countries in Europe so that they don't have to use cash or a card or anything else to gain access or to buy their booze. It's deducted from the credit on their chip.

It'll probably be something like that to make more - to familiar us you must familiarize the herd in a step by step process towards your ultimate goal. That's the technique that's used on animals, even wild ones. Deer generally will run off when they see humanity approaching, but if they happen to be grazing in certain fields and keep still, they see you, they're far enough away that they feel very safe but they watch you. If they see you a few times you can get a little bit closer each time until they really think you're harmless. That's the same technique that's been used on humanity with this technology, and people adapt like the ancient Greeks said. There's nothing on the planet more adaptable than mankind.

We adapt so fast and quickly to anything that's new and given to us. Those who don't adapt so quickly, well you can simply wait them out. They'll die off. The upcoming generation won't know. They’ll think anything that exists when they're born must be natural because it simply exists and you're not there to tell them otherwise.

Back in the '80s there was a great big push to start children getting used to credit cards in high school and once again it was promoted with a form of snob appeal and yeah you can shake your head at humanity and I do it too. A lot of the parents wanted everyone to know that they're child had a credit card, snob appeal and the big herd follow each other. They want to be the same. They're terrified. In a society which has always promoted uniformity, people are terrified of being stigmatized as an individual. It’s the same mentality that they found out thousands of years ago that children would deduce - children are not happy with each other when they're playing. You sit and watch them and you'll see the cruelty in very young children. Tremendous cruelty to each other.

When the fashion industry which is always involved in marketing to the young they know they go through this phase of wanting to belong and they bring out the fashions and then a boy who doesn't wear the appropriate fashions and now its brand names. At one time they'd pay you to wear a billboard during the Great Depression and walk up and down the street advertising a company with its logo. The average person today thinks it's quite natural. Not only natural. They want to wear the logos for free. They'll buy the thing and promote it by advertising it, by wearing it. Snob appeal. It's amazing the children I've seen them turn on people who couldn't afford to keep up and they were vicious to them. That's the reality of humanity. It's always the mob, the ones who are vicious, and the mob that gathers to watch. They get drawn to excitement or possible fights. They love it.

Individuality has not been promoted in our system and being different is not being promoted at all. Even those who think they're being different by joining some radical group, including the sexual revolutions and variations in between, are simply joining other authorized groups. They're not being different at all. If they were being different, believe you me, you'd be persecuted by the state, by the system. You know Hegel takes a lot of flack, and wrongly too, for his observations and yet he's so right in so many things to do with opposites because again it's an ancient religion. He was in on the religion.

However, if you truly want to stop something you can become the tyrant yourself. If you have to force it upon others you're doing exactly what the elite are doing to people right now. They're dominating them and perhaps this whole experience of living was never meant for the masses in the first place and that's something. That's a starting point to reality. Each individual goes through their own experiences. They can analyze things for themselves or they can allow the state and their conditioning to do it for them; but if you think in mass movements, it has never worked except for the elite because they use the technique on the masses. That's why it's called the "mass movement."

Once in a blue moon a very, very few are persecuted heavily by the system for standing up to it and just by speaking about it, heavily, heavily persecuted. We've seen that in the Soviet system where the gulags were full of people who'd pass pamphlets on - handwritten pamphlets and copied them and passed them on because the state wanted to know what everyone was doing and thinking and speaking about and making sure that all their speech and their thoughts and their actions were politically correct. Here we are, under the same system today and as long as they keep telling us we're free, as long as you can turn on the television set and the same familiar faces are on there smiling every day, well it must be normal. Everything's fine.

You know you can't get a flat tire fixed today at the major stores without giving all your ID, even if you're paying cash. They want to know your name, your address, your telephone number, make and model of vehicle yah-dee yah-dee yah-dee. And people hand over this info all the time and never ask the question, "Why do they need this?" When you're doing something which is a lawful transaction, you're paying for something to get fixed to a company that does it. Now the government's involved. Why would they be involved right down to that level?

Don't ever count on the bulk of the populace standing up for the same thing at the same time. What you can count on is that if some movement was authorized from the top the populace would all join it tomorrow, but if it's not promoted from the top down forget it. It's not going to happen and it's always been this way in all ages.

There has never been cohesion with all the people about anything. They can grouch and complain but they would never do anything about it. That's the majority of the public. If their basic needs are being met, if they're warm and fed and watered and having a few other necessities of humanity, they really don't care what's coming down the pike because they believe like domesticated animals that they are being well taken care of and well managed by people they have never seen. By names they have never heard of before at the top. By think tanks and bureaucracies and on and on it goes. That's the sign of a truly domesticated happy slave.

Arthur Koestler and others who worked on projects to lobotomize the brain for these same dominant masters. These little minority at the top said that one of the first signs and symptoms that it was successful was when the ability for self-preservation - that awareness, that little thing that questions things and looks at things, when it was no longer operating then the lobotomies will be successful. Chemical and biological lobotomies. Do you think maybe it's happened with most people? Do you think it's just a matter they can't understand what you're saying when you present them with fact after fact after fact? In a sense they can't. They're unable to comprehend because something has damaged them.

I tell people to look for those who are still alive. They're spraying us still like bugs. I watched it today. I was working outside and the same media that will tell you all the joys of chips in your brain won't even touch that subject and yet we're supposed to trust them all. The same people are in charge of the spraying, all decision making on the planet, the same people are in charge but they won't even allow the media to discuss the spraying. And yet we're supposed to believe that the prunes that they send out as front men like this professor with his obsolete information is happy exciting news that he's giving us all, which is antique. We’re supposed to believe that there's going to be a wonderful rosy future.

Do you realize how long it's been in the making for a minority to plan to take over completely the minds of every single person on the planet without the need of religions, coercion, fear, and so on and yet they're hoping and they're pretty well on with this. They don't just make wild guesses but they're hoping that we'll all just go quietly excitedly and unfortunately for a lot of people that will happen. They will and you couldn't stop them if you tried. Rather than waste your time with the dead you must only put out information to those who are alive.

Everything has a purpose and being conscious certainly does have a purpose. All of this will manifest itself at the right time. That's all for me tonight. May your god go with you.

And for Professor Warwick and his handlers, this song is for you.


"If I Only Had a Brain"

From the Soundtrack of the Wizard of Oz

I could while away the hours
Conferrin' with the flowers
Consultin' with the rain
And my head, I'd be scratchin'
While my thoughts were busy hatchin'
If I only had a brain.

I'd unravel ev'ry riddle
For any individ'le
In trouble or in pain

With the thoughts you'd be thinkin'
You could be another Lincoln,
If you only had a brain.

Oh, I could tell you why
The ocean's near the shore,
I could think of things I never thunk before
And then I'd sit and think some more.

I would not be just a nuffin'
My head all full of stuffin'
My heart all full of pain.
I would dance and be merry
Life would be a ding-a-derry
If I only had a brain--Whoa!



(Transcribed by Linda)