Mind Control – Part 1

TimeWatch Editorial
May 24, 2017

According to his website, Steven Jacobson is a graduate of the Boston University School of Communications. He worked in the film industry for 13 years, produced sponsored films, was a production manager and editor for a New York City documentary film company, did contract work for a Washington, DC film institute and re-cut features for U.S. theatrical distribution, TV syndication and cable. "Working as an editor, it was easy to see how simple it is to change the meaning of an event or of what someone says through editing," says Jacobson. He continues to say that Mind control is the most important issue facing America. Freedom of mind is the first freedom from which all others are derived. The solution to the problems we face requires a raising of consciousness that allows people to discern for themselves the difference between what is real and what is an illusion. He therefore authored a book entitled “Mind Control in the United States.”

Antony Cyril Sutton who was born, February 14, 1925 and who died June 17, 2002 was a well known British and American economist, historian, and writer. He wrote the introduction for Steven Jacobson’s book. This is how his introduction begins.

“Steven Jacobson, author of Mind Control in the United States, is a film technician experienced in subliminal techniques used in the communication media. Subliminal perception is a process, a deliberate process created by communications technicians, by which you receive and respond to information and instructions without being consciously aware of the instructions. Scary? You bet your life it is. And as Jacobson details in this book it is happening in America today.  Mind Control in the United States is an introduction to the history and practice of subliminal communication. It outlines the principles of mental programming, i.e., that an initial distraction must be followed by repetitive commands and it tells you how these ideas are implemented.” Antony Cyril Sutton, Introduction to “Mind Control in the United States “page 4

Sutton, in his continued introduction makes that point that the deception has already begun, while very few are aware of it. Not only is this deception aimed at the individual but also at the system of government itself.

“Deception has been used to disguise the pervasive erosion of our constitutionally guaranteed freedoms. Unfortunately for us, George Orwell's 1984 was right on schedule. What is alarming is that very, very few citizens realize that deception is already part of the social framework. We don't know that 1984 has already arrived because we have been conditioned not to know. By the same means, the media has create a state of inner turmoil in citizens through portrayal of violence and chaos and irrational behavior. This inner state is reflected in the chaotic world outside.” Antony Cyril Sutton, Introduction to “Mind Control in the United States “page 5

Steven Jacobson begins his journal with a look at the book 1984 authored by George Orwell.

“In the book 1984, George Orwell warns that people are in danger of losing their human qualities and freedom of mind without being aware of it while it is happening because of psychological engineering. We have learned to expect the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China to use "mind control" on its citizens, but not the "free world." Nevertheless, the same techniques are being used in the United States. The most effective way to protect yourself from subconscious manipulation is by being aware of how it works. The techniques used to enslave the mind are the same used to free it.” Steven Jacobson, “Mind Control in the United States “page 6

The importance of this issue should not be overlooked. In fact it should indeed be taken very seriously. The number of issues that have arisen at the present time have provided for just the kind of distraction that would be most effective to subliminally impact society. Jacobson continues:

“The principles of mind control, hypnotic suggestion and, mental programming are ancient (the term used doesn't matter, the principles remain the same). The goal is to suspend the thought processes of the conscious mind to cause a state of mind that is just like "day dreaming." Stop conscious thought and the mind is in its most suggestible state and is more receptive to programming than at any other time. Therefore, the first principle of mind control is distraction. Distraction focuses the attention of the conscious mind on one or more of the five senses (sight, sound, touch, smell and taste) in order to program the subconscious mind.” Steven Jacobson, “Mind Control in the United States “page 6

None of the above should be surprising, since the concept of mind control is well known, what is perhaps unknown or shocking, is the level of development that has taken place while covertly progressing.

“All men do not think the same thoughts, but all men think with the same mechanism-the brain. One part of the brain works things out one step at a time just like a computer. This is the language-using left side of the brain which is also identified as the conscious mind. The tools of the conscious mind are words (spoken, written and thought) and pictures and sounds. The conscious mind discriminates, evaluates, accepts or rejects. Sometimes the more you think about a problem, the further you get from finding a solution to it. When this happens, you make decisions based on how you feel. "I didn't arrive at my understanding of the fundamental laws of the universe through my rational mind," said Albert Einstein. The powers of intuition are the powers of the subconscious mind. The right side of the brain is the center of intuition, creativity, and emotion.” Steven Jacobson, “Mind Control in the United States “page 6

We will continue to look at this in or next editorial.

Cameron A. Bowen


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