“Mind Wars –
A History of Mind Control and Electronic Surveillance”
Marie D. Jones and Larry Flaxman
From the dawn of humanity, the desire to control the thoughts, behaviors and actions of others has been a pervasive one. But few people know that mind control techniques have been around since the beginning of civilization. From the use of coercive persuasion by ancient Egyptians and the Knights of Templar, to today’s claims of electronic harassment and microwave “bombing,” we have been at the mercy of “mind hacks” whom wish to reprogram our thoughts and reshape our beliefs.
“Mind Wars” includes:
- Ancient mind control via spell casting, potions and rituals.
- The quest for a real Manchurian Candidate –MKUltra and the CIA connection.
- Mind control techniques including hypnosis, drugs, sexual abuse, electroshock, radiation, and psychic driving.
- Controlling mass thought through advertisement, media, politics and religion.
- Cults and the use of mental re-programming.
- The brave new world of electronic harassment, Voice to Skull Technology and gang-stalking.
The inner frontier of the human mind is the last bastion of privacy. But are we really in control of our own minds? The answer may shock you!
Marie D. Jones is the author of several books about the paranormal, metaphysics and cutting edge science, including “PSIence,” “The Déjà vu Enigma,” “Destiny vs. Choice,” “Supervolcano,” “This Book Is From The Future,” “11:11 – The Time Prompt Phenomenon,” and “Viral Mythology.” She has appeared on over a thousand radio shows worldwide, and on television, most recently on the History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens” series. She is a popular public speaker and a regular contributor to “FATE Magazine,” “Intrepid Magazine,” “Paranoia: The Conspiracy Reader” and “New Dawn.” Her website is www.mariedjones.com.
Larry Flaxman is the author of several books about the paranormal, science and ancient knowledge, including “Viral Mythology,” “This Book Is From The Future,” “The Resonance Key,” “11:11 – The Time Prompt Phenomenon,” “The Déjà vu Enigma,” and “The Trinity Secret.” He is the President of ARPAST, the Arkansas Paranormal and Anomalous Studies Team, and a popular public speaker. He has been on hundreds of radio shows and television, including Discovery Channel’s “Ghost Lab.” He is a regular contributor to “FATE Magazine,” “Intrepid Magazine,” and “New Dawn.” His website is www.larryflaxman.com.