miércoles, 25 de enero de 2012

CONTROL mental , el arma letal de una sociedad.

In Jim Marrs' 2008 book, The Rise of the Fourth Reich, he writes:
According to former U.S. military intelligence agent Lyn Buchanan [in a 2007 interview with Marrs], who at one time trained the U.S. Army's remote viewers, the Nazis formed a unit of psychics and called it Doktor Gruenbaum. This name was for the psychic project, not a person, although apparently a German psychic who assumed the name Gruenbaum may have lived in the United States after the war. The name Gruenbaum, or green tree, apparently was a reference to the green-tree symbol in the Cabala, which relates to the "tree of knowledge" in the Garden of Eden.4
Neither Buchanan nor Marrs mentions Hammond's 'Greenbaum' lecture or a possible connection with mind control research, so it's uncertain if they were aware of a possible connection. What is interesting is the reference to Gruenbaum as a group engaged in psychic/mystical pursuits, as well as the presence of a Gruenbaum in America, which matches with the story provided by Hammond. With this in mind, consider the following from the Cs session on 5 October 1996:
A: Now, some history ... as you know, the CIA and NSA and other agencies are the children of Nazi Gestapo ... the SS, which was an experiment influenced by Antareans who were practicing for the eventual reintroduction of the Nephalim on to 3rd and/or 4th density earth. And the contact with the "Antareans" was initiated by the Thule Society, which groomed its dupe subject, Adolph Hitler to be the all-time mind programmed figurehead. Now, in modern times, you have seen, but so far on a lesser scale, Oswald, Ruby, Demorenschildt, Sirhan Sirhan, James Earl Ray, Arthur Bremer, Farakhan, Menendez, Bundy, Ramirez, Dahmer, etc...
Jim Marrs confirms some of these details given by the Cs, with some suggestive details pertaining to other comments as well. For example, the Thule Society was a German group of intellectuals with interest in the occult, politics and race mysticism. The group served as a front for the German Order, patterned after the old Teutonic Knights, and was instrumental in the formation and funding of the German Workers Party. Hitler first made contact with members of the Thule Society when he was twenty-nineAuthor Joseph P. Farrell stated that the covert connections of [Dietrich] Eckart [publisher of occult literature, Thule member, and Nazi] and future deputy fuehrer Martin Bormann support the idea "that Hitler was deliberately manipulated and placed into power, and secretly manipulated behind the scenes by more powerful forces than even he wielded, and, when he had served his purpose, was deliberately sabotaged and cast aside."5

Such groups were "concerned with raising their consciousness by means of rituals to an awareness of evil and non-human Intelligences in the Universe and with achieving a means of communication with these Intelligences. And the Master-Adept of this circle was Dietrich Eckart [the man Hitler called "spiritual founder of National Socialism"]," noted [Trevor] Ravenscroft. Hitler wrote of his own occult experiences as a solider in World War I: "I often go on bitter nights, to Wotan's oak in the quiet glade, with dark powers to weave a union." ... "The more sophisticated versions of the legend of Thule only gradually developed in the hands of Dietrich Eckart and General Karl Haushofer, and were later refined and extended under the direction of Reichsfuehrer SS Heinrich Himmler, who terrorized a large section of the German academic world into lending a professional hand at perpetuating the myth of German racial superiority." ... Haushofer ... was a member of the mysterious Vril, an occult society that practiced telepathy and telekinesis.

It is surmised that it was perhaps through such occult practices that psychic contact was made with nonhuman intelligences ... Nazi occult researcher Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke ... wrote that the power that motivated the occultists surrounding Hitler and Himmler "is characterized either as a discarnate entity (e.g., 'black forces,' 'invisible hierarchies,' 'unknown superiors'), or as a magical elite in a remote age or distant location, with which the Nazis were in contact."

6In their book Morning of the Magicians, Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier write the following:

Hitler was ultimately no more leader than Obama is of the US today.
Hitler was talking one day to Rauschning, the Governor of Danzig, about the problem of a mutation of the human race. Rauschning, not possessing the key to such strange preoccupations, interpreted Hitler's remarks in terms of a stock-breeder interested in the amelioration of German blood.

'But all you can do,' he replied, 'is to assist Nature and shorten the road to be followed! It is Nature herself who must create for you a new species. Up till now the breeder has only rarely succeeded in developing mutations in animals - that is to say, creating himself new characteristics.'

'The new man is living amongst us now! He is here!' exclaimed Hitler, triumphantly. 'Isn't that enough for you? I will tell you a secret. I have seen the new man. He is intrepid and cruel. I was afraid of him.'

'In uttering these words,' added Rauschning, 'Hitler was trembling in a kind of ecstasy.'

It was Rauschning, too, who related the following strange episode, about which Dr. Achille Delmas, a specialist in applied psychology, questioned him in vain: It is true that in a case like this psychology does not apply:
'A person close to Hitler told me that he wakes up in the night screaming and in convulsions. He calls for help, and appears to be half paralysed. He is seized with a panic that makes him tremble until the bed shakes. He utters confused and unintelligible sounds, gasping, as if on the point of suffocation. The same person described for me one of these fits, with details that I would refuse to believe had I not complete confidence in my informant.

'Hitler was standing up in his room, swaying and looking all round him as if he were lost. "It's he, it's he," he groaned' "he's come for me!" His lips were white; he was sweating profusely. Suddenly he uttered a string of meaningless figures, then words and scraps of sentences. It was terrifying. He used strange expressions strung together in bizarre disorder. Then he relapsed again into silence, but his lips still continued to move. He was then given a friction and something to drink. Then suddenly he screamed: "There! there! Over in the corner! He is there!" - all the time stamping with his feet and shouting. To quieten him he was assured that nothing extraordinary had happened, and finally he gradually calmed down. After that he slept for a long time and became normal again ...' [Hermann Rauschning: Hitler m'a dit. Ed. Co-operation, Paris, 1939. Dr. Achille Delmas: 'Hitler, essai de biographie psycho-pathologique'. Lib. Marcel Rivimere, Paris, 1946.] (pp. 149-150)

FUENTE : http://www.sott.net/articles/show/240587-The-Cs-Hit-List-05-Dr-Greenbaum-and-the-Manchurian-Candidates