Thoughts From The North Forty: or That which Pushes the Mind Is Not Always Felt

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Back-in-the-day when man moved in the darkness, it was always dangerous. Uncertain footing, strange sounds, poor vision, and the unfamiliar animals which came out to feed and hunted the prey that did so much better in the light.
Mankind rapidly learned by observation or possibly he was taught that knowledge of his surroundings and the use of fire were next in importance to weapons that held the animals that moved in the shadows and darkness at bay.
Bush-craft was important when I attended the Philmont Scout Ranch in the early 1960’s.
After becoming an Eagle Scout and moving on to Explorers, I learned that the more frightening things encountered were not the claws that catch, or the teeth that bite; but, the uncertainty of what was lurking in the darkness and how best to prepare for whatever lay in wait. In Vietnam and elsewhere, field-craft was critical in order to survive and the weapons used to defend and attack were the tools I trusted and relied on to stay alive, to get back home. After that sad affair, I returned to find things…had changed… the lay of the land was the same, but what walked and moved on the surface had changed a lot and the familiar weapons used to defend and attack were not as important as weapons of a different type.
The world I knew, before I enlisted, no longer existed. It had become unfamiliar just like the shifting shadows in the jungle darkness when first I had encountered them. At that point in my life, I realized from my own experiences that the uneasy crawling feeling at the nape of my neck was in my mind and nowhere else. I required newer and different weapons and I became interested in psychology of the mind and the ways, methods, and techniques that could be used against me in order to prepare to live in the oncoming world.
I read Vance Packard’s books, Wilson Bryan Key’s books, Edward T. Hall’s books ‘The Silent Language’ ‘the Hidden Dimension’ and ‘Beyond Culture’, and as I read more voraciously, I read other authors and books. Edward Bernays’s ‘Propaganda’ and ‘Crystallizing Public Opinion’, Walter Lippman’s ‘Public Opinion’ and ‘The Cold War; U.S. Foreign Policy’, Erick Fromm ‘The Fear of Freedom: Escape From Freedom’, William Sargent’s ‘Battle For The Mind’, J.A.C. Brown’s ‘Techniques of Persuasion’, Leonard C. Lewin’s ‘Report From Iron Mountain’ and others, and I re-read those books I had read in elementary school; George Orwell’s ‘1984’ and ‘Animal Farm’, Aldus Huxley’s ‘Brave New World’ and my interest shifted slightly to the weapons of politics. I read , Gary Allen with Larry Abraham’s ‘None Dare Call it Conspiracy’ and a thousand more.
I came away with an arsenal of new weapons, both defensive and offensive, and an understanding of the war that was being waged; however, I was not prepared for what was learned next. A lineage of deceit, betrayal, unlawful activities, and the methods and techniques that had been developed and applied in the worlds of governance, finance, and jurisprudence which had been ongoing since the founding of our Nation. The basic conflicts that arose between English Mercantilism and the lassez-faire principles within which the system of Capitalism operated, and the conflicts which arose between the System of Admiralty Law and the Common Law system.
Although this whirlwind of side interests and reading lasted but several years, just after my return from military service, In my mind, it has forced other interests to take shape and I have pursued as many as when I could make time. I carried out a survey of the history of fields within the discipline of mathematical thought, because I hoped incorporating the combinatorial logic methodologies of Charles Dogeson, George Boole, and G. Spencer-Brown would improve my thinking process. In turn, that side interest lead to a study of Logic and Semantics. Everything I could find I read. This habit of passing interests and developing new interests have never abated. This habit promoted an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and truth whatever, wherever, and whenever they were encountered.
It was within the last decade I happened across two semi-related works G. Edward Griffin’s ‘The Creature from Jekyll Island’ and an unassuming but interesting, short but incomplete, work entitled, ‘Silent Weapons for Quite Wars: Operations Research Technical Manual, TW-SW 7905.1’ (hereinafter TW-SW) without hesitation I read what was available. After reading these works, noting the truth within and the ethical twists that had been applied by nefarious means to evil ends, and thinking of how to mentally catalog the information: it occurred to me that this was the main methodology at work. The ground work had been laid by the application of the mindset expressed in ‘Report From Iron Mountain’ and ‘Operation Northwoods’ on an underlayment of ‘The Creature from Jekyll Island’ and ‘None Dare Call it Conspiracy’ with a twist.
This structure being built resembled, to a large degree, ‘1984’, but it wasn’t being constructed of words, wood, or metal. The building, to house and control the world, was being constructed with emotions and forces or pressures of situations only dimly precieved through another twist. The Power of Control: much is implied within TW-SW regarding Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s great discovery; although, The same thing can be said regarding Machine Gun Kelly or Ma Barker for their great discovery: the use of force through the misapplication of Colonel Thompson’s Machine Gun. In different words than M.A. Rothschild would use, ‘Create a criminal and he will abide by no law’ or ‘death and theft mean nothing when wealth is to be acquired,’ sums up his thoughts. The primary twist applied came by way of mathematics: Gabriel Kron’s ‘Tensor Analysis of Networks’ ‘A paper entitled, ‘Generalized Theory of Electrical Machinery’ and the furtherance of that field of work by Kuznetsov’s work on the method of tensor analysis for the handling of physical systems of extreme complexity, which covered the discovery of the significance of what Kuznetsov called the “Principle of Conservation of Power,” for the understanding of living systems as well as physical economies, namely, Social and Financial Engineering. The ease of which these could be applied (and most probably were) to an Expert System and later Artificial Intelligence Networks have Significant Global and National impact when One World Government is considered.
This applies equally well to propaganda, techniques of persuasion, etc., namely, mind control. I personally detest the actions that have been implemented and have had no part in any way with any of it; however, to be forewarned-is-forearmed: and I, if-nothing-else, do appreciate knowledge which can prepare for unforeseen circumstances taking one by surprise.
I realize, before this is published, the Esteemed Readers, after reading the article, are probably wondering what in the world this article has to do with Fixing America.
I can only offer that in order to fix-a-problem one must understand-a-problem. The reader probably feels as though he has accidentally ventured to the middle of a strange and dark forest; but, it should be remembered that from that location he is half of the way out of the forest and will have the benefit of the experience to remember. The next two articles (in Parts) will help, I hope a great deal, in understanding in which direction to walk. It should be taken into account that these people and groups have sophisticated ego-maniacal propensities and essentially unlimited financial resources. These people live and operate at the very heart of human darkness.
We the People have, after taxes, little else but our ability to think and prepare. If any reader has ever felt the uneasy crawling feeling at the nap of his neck or been truely frightened, that person understands that what pushes the mind is not always felt.


Reference Book List:
Note: many of the Titles that follow were not mentioned in the article, and I keep a running catagorical list of books I read.
My reading is based soley on interest.
I expect no one to read what I have read.


Vance Oakley Packard
Animal IQ, 1950
The Hidden Persuaders, 1957
The Status Seekers, 1959
The Waste Makers, 1960
The Pyramid Climbers, 1962
The Naked Society, 1964
The Sexual Wilderness, 1968
A Nation of Strangers, 1972
The People Shapers, 1977
Our Endangered Children, 1983
The Ultra Rich: How Much Is Too Much?, 1989


Wilson Bryan Key
Subliminal Seduction
Media Sexploitation
The Clam-Plate Orgy: and Other
Subliminal Techniques for Manipulating
Your Behavior
The Age of Manipuation:
The CON In Confidene-The SIN In Sincere
Subliminal Ad-Ventures In Erotic Art


Edward Twitchell Hall
The Silent Language, 1959
The Hidden Dimension, 1966
The Fourth Dimension In Architecture:
The Impact of Building on Behavior,
1975, co-authored with Mildred Reed Hall)
Beyond Culture, 1976)
Edward Bernays
Propaganda
Crystallizing Public Opinion


Walter Lippman
Public Opinion
The Cold War; U.S. Foreign Policy


Erick Fromm
The Fear of Freedom:
Escape From Freedom


William Sargent
Battle For The Mind


J.A.C. Brown
Techniques of Persuasion


Richard Bandler and John Grinder
Neuro-linguistic programming
The Structure of Magic I:
A Book About Language and Therapy
Science and Behavior, 1975
The Structure of Magic II:
A Book About Communication and
Change, 1975
Frogs into Princes: Neuro Linguistic
Programming, 1979
Reframing: Neuro-Linguistic Programming
and the Transformation of Meaning, 1981
Using Your Brain-for a Change, 1985


Leonard C. Lewin
Report From Iron Mountain


George Orwell
1984
Animal Farm
Aldus Huxley
Brave New World
Gary Allen with Larry Abraham
None Dare Call it Conspiracy,


Charles Dogeson (Lewis Carroll)
Symbolic Logic-Elementary, part I 1896
Symbolic Logic-Advanced, Part II
Mathematical Recreations of Lewis Carroll
Symbolic Logic & Game of Logic


George Boole


Thompson
Outline of The Laws of Thought


G. Spencer-Brown
Probability and Scientific Inference, 1957
Laws of Form, 1979


Gabriel Kron
The Application of Tensors to the Analysis
of Rotating Electrical Machinery, 1938
Tensor Analysis of networks, 1939
Generalized Theory of Electrical Machinery, 1930 IEEE


Kuznetsov


G. Edward Griffin
The Creature from Jekyll Island


Silent Weapons for Quite Wars:
Operations Research Technical Manual,
TW-SW 7905.1′


and thousands more.



Another one bites the dust, 30.
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