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Aug. 22, 1994

A Subliminal Dr. Strangelove

Mind: Using the power of hidden suggestions, this Russian scientist tries to rewire the brain

By Dorinda Elliott in Moscow with John Barry in Washington

"When branch Davidian sect members hunkered down in their Waco compound last year and threatened to commit suicide, the FBI turned to an unlikely source. Experts from the FBI Counter-Terrorism Center secretly met in Arlington, Va., with a long-haired Russian Dr. Strangelove called Igor Smirnov. His plan: piping subliminal messages from sect members’ families through the phone lines during negotiations. For David Koresh, the self-appointed prophet, the FBI had a special voice in mind: God, as played by Charlton Heston.

"The FBI backed out of Smirnov’s Waco Strategy, and the crisis ended in blazing disaster. But psychological-warfare experts on all sides still dream that they will one day control the enemy’s mind. And in a tiny, dungeonlike lab in the basement of Moscow's ominously named Institute of Psycho-Correction, Smirnov and other Russian psychiatrists are already working on schizophrenics, drug addicts and cancer patients."

An article written by a Marine who is 'deployed' in Iraq but who also seems to see through the lies and political machinations of the varied 'pundits' anxious for their own hides salvation and anxious to make 'their' mark upon a world who is sick and tired of all of Academian far fetched notions of how we should live our lives and unto whom and what we should be beholden...

What Terrorists?

by Philip Martin

Being deployed, I don't get to keep up to date on the news issues of the day very well. I can catch a few minutes of random cable news shows at the chow hall or word of mouth news about the Presidential campaigns but unfortunately, this is never enough.

I did find in this week's Stars and Stripes newspaper (the Sept. 9th issue) an interesting news article though.

Gleaned from the Washington Post the article is regarding a federal judge who ruled against the nation of Iran and awarded $2.6 billion to the families of the Marines killed in the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing.

In the decision, Judge Lamberth ruled that Iran was "legally responsible" for the 1983 Hizbollah attack in Lebanon. Iran apparently didn't contest the charges.

From nearly the first day of boot camp I was taught that this attack was a terrorist act. Perhaps it was, but since it was directed against a military target the distinction is a little less clear cut.

As a Marine I am considered a lawful combatant under the Geneva Conventions. This fact is stated on the back of my military ID card. As well were all the Marines who were killed in the tragic attack.

The family members were compensated by the Marine's servicemember's life insurance policies but I can understand why the families want more. The commanders on the ground in Beirut did not equip the Marines with the necessary rules of engagement to properly defend themselves.

However, the timing of the claim and the defendant is still worth a closer look. Iran is definitely not the only state sponsor of Hizbollah, not to mention that nearly twenty-four years after the attack makes the timing quite suspicious.

Perhaps this is an innocent reaction from families still grieving or possibly another indictment to pile on Iran to justify a future war.

It's no secret that support for the global war on terror is slipping among the American people. It's always been difficult for the administration to show progress, but what they have done a good job at is to find new targets and enemies to fight.

Many politicians, on both sides of the aisle, have misused the term "terrorist" to describe the individuals (or groups) that attack the US armed forces. But the fact is that when someone shoots at me (a legal combatant) or tries to use a roadside bomb (IED) against me while I'm on patrol they are not a terrorist.

They become enemy combatants the moment they target other legal combatants. You can call them insurgents, anti-Iraqi forces, anti-occupation forces, freedom fighters, or Ali Baba (our most easily translated term for bad guys) but "terrorist" is not the correct term.

There is probably more than one reason why these people refer to enemy combatants as terrorists. It could be simply because they don't know better and don't understand that the word means something quite specific.

Perhaps it's because it is accepted vernacular now and since we're waging a "war on terror" that would make "terrorist" the logical moniker for the enemy. Or maybe there is a more sinister reason.

Could it be that the politicians and mainstream media (and occasionally military officials) knowingly misrepresent the enemy in Iraq to achieve a political aim? If I were attacked by a terrorist while in Iraq, then that must mean that terrorists are in Iraq, which means it was a perfectly wise and logical decision to invade Iraq, right?

Now more than ever the neo-cons need to justify their actions and agenda to the American public. A clever bit of language manipulation, most likely not caught onto by the majority of unconcerned Americans, to achieve a political end. Don't forget that since the Sept. 11th attacks there is nothing an American hates more than a terrorist.

I won't say that I know why the term terrorist is so easily affixed to so many legal combatants but maybe we should be more careful in how we use the term. Words still mean things.

September 19, 2007

Philip Martin [send him mail: ] is an infantry Marine serving his second combat tour in the al Anbar Province of Iraq.

Copyleft © 2007

Thanks Lew,


"His plan: piping subliminal messages from sect members’ families through the phone lines during negotiations..."

Psychocorrection means controlling human condition and behaviour.

We have developed the following methods of psychocorrection:

acoustical and audiopsychocorrection - coded words and whole phrases are put into an audio stream to be listened by the patient;

videopsychocorrection - coded images, subject images and words are put into a video stream to be watched by the patient;

intensive psychocorrection - carried out in a condition of altered conscious, where the desired result can be reached by using both images and words, including uncoded ones.

From the above list, audiopsychocorrection is the most available and convenient method - it is used not only for therapeutic purposes but also for psychological prophylactic, de-stressing and relaxation.

The essence of all these methods consists in influencing the unconscious through semantic stimuli - images, words and key signs. We have already mentioned that the human unconscious can be addressed using common language, which is, however, coded in a specific way.

Here, we are talking not about a language or dialect that the person speaks, but the language used by the person inside him- or her self, which is not known and not understandable for anyone even for the closest people. As everyone knows: the same word pronounced with different intonations or in different contexts has very different meanings.

Orders, even in conditions of totalitarianism, military service or a sect, are interpreted differently by different people. Therefore, the fundamental principle consists in which words are selected for composing the ‘plot of suggestion’, the direction or guidance administered, and how they are pronounced.

However, it sometimes happens that suddenly some verbal formula fits, like a key, virtually to any person. On the basis of these universal psychocorrecting plots were composed audiocassettes and disks, which we offer for sale.

So, for the message to be "received" and functional, it is necessary, first of all, to carry out a detailed analysis of the individual. If the technology is engaged at random, the patient’s situation can be made irreversibly worse and, at the same time, the method itself can be discredited.

In unconscious psychocorrection, no prohibited commands or suggestions are used. It is essential to find the word (or image) that will destroy pathological complexes in mind and unhealthy behavior motivations. It is extremely complex. It requires not only knowledge but also inspiration and, if you wish, talent.

The ‘plot of suggestion’ composed from the words and images found in the analytical phase of treatment should be, firstly, brief, and secondly, should contain maximum information value, and, thirdly, should cause a chain of sophisticated associations.

Most important, it should agree with the patient’s innermost and deeply held principles.

First, the specialist determines those areas of mind that can be influenced with maximum efficiency. Then, the specialist forms the idea of influence, and after that the most difficult step - the specialist has to state the idea within 4-7 seconds using those specific symbols, which are close and understandable to the unconscious of the particular patient.

For further information about each method of psycocorrection please refer to the other pages of this section.


On the basis of the above-described methods of psychosounding and psychocorrection we have developed a series of products to be used in various areas.

Our products are designed to assist consultants and Human Resource (HR) managers in their job, as well as child psychologists, psychotherapists, and family consultants.

These products make it possible to obtain comprehensive information about a person or a group of people, reveal pathological inclinations, talents and abilities of a person.

Therefore, the user can select the most efficient way of utilizing the employee, help young people to choose the proper field of activity, promptly notice and correct undesirable behaviour of a teenager, etc.




20 Sep 2007 @ 06:10 by vaxen : Go Phillip!
I won't say that I know why the term terrorist is so easily affixed to so many legal combatants but maybe we should be more careful in how we use the term. Words still mean things.  

20 Sep 2007 @ 19:46 by bushman : lol,
Formerly known as local peace officers in the USA, are now or should be called "Christian Zionist Fasist Mercenaries"  

20 Sep 2007 @ 23:14 by vaxen : CZFM!
Yes sir! I'll second that one bushman san...  

21 Sep 2007 @ 05:18 by vaxen : GO...
Stars shining bright above you
Night breezes seem to whisper "I love you"
Birds singin' in the sycamore tree
Dream a little dream of me

JOHN KING: Today, six years after 9/11, a mystery endures about just what happened in the skies over the White House that terrible day. A plane flew right over it, but why, and what was it? For conspiracy theorists, the image is a gold mine. It appeared overhead just before 10 a.m., a four- engine jet ... in the nation's most off-limits airspace. On the White House grounds and the rooftop, a nervous scramble.

And still today, no one will offer an official explanation of what we saw. Two government sources familiar with the incident tell CNN it was a military aircraft. They say the details are classified.

This comparison of the CNN video and an official Air Force photo suggests the mystery plane is among the military's most sensitive aircraft, an Air Force E-4B. Note the flag on the tail, the stripe around the fuselage, and the telltale bubble just behind the 747 cockpit area.

MAJ. GEN. DON SHEPPERD (RET.), U.S. AIR FORCE: There are many commercial versions of the 747 ... that look similar, but I don't think any of them that have the communications pod like the ... Air Force E-4 does behind the cockpit.

KING: The E-4B is a state of the art flying command post, built and equipped for one reason: to keep the government running no matter what, even in the event of a nuclear war, the reason it was nicknamed the doomsday plane during the Cold War.

Ask the Pentagon, and it insists this is not a military aircraft, and there is no mention of it in the official report of the 9/11 Commission. [In] sum: the lack of any official explanation feeds an ominous conspiracy.

"I have always thought these planes were exactly that, mission control for the 9/11 attack on our country."


"In Smirnov’s cluttered lab , Slava, a tattooed heroin addict, has electrodes attached to his chest and shaved head. He has just watched subliminal messages on a screen and listened through earphones to other impulses disguised as noise. Smirnov says he’s trying to stimulate the child-rearing cluster of Slava’s brain to encourage him to care more for his soon-to-be born baby and less about his next hit of heroin."  

26 Sep 2007 @ 18:30 by ashanti : PsychoCorrection?
Hmm, even better than "Perception Management".....  

26 Sep 2007 @ 18:46 by vaxen : Heh, heh...
Got a few more bullets, too, but I'll save them for a rainy day. The term was unconscious psychocorrection, ashanti, but the way NCN parses titles wouldn't allow for a clean title so I had to shorten it to conscious psychocorrection which is only conscious on the parts of the implanter org demon circuits who do such things...

Psycho-Feedback in the Man-Computer Link
"Semantic resonator" - an algorithmically realized project, is a device combining software and hardware for establishing complete psycho-feedback in a man-computer interface. Provides the capability to mentally manage a computer and its resources for the individual's needs on a subconscious level. The main goal is to enable individuals to gain direct access to their own mental reserves to accomplish tasks.
Psycho-Sounding (means of obtaining information from an individual’s mind without his will and awareness); Psycho-Zond™ is based on mathematical analysis of an individual’s behavioral and/or physiological responses to semantic (meaningful) stimuli presented to him, which bypass his consciousness.

Oh, I hear it said that we were all implanters once upon a time. ;) Do you know the CIA phenomenologist called 'Ron?'  

26 Sep 2007 @ 18:52 by vaxen : And...
Moscow News
March 25, 1994

When asked noiselessly, answer silently

By Ninel Loginova

It is often said that we are being manipulated, that psychotronic weapons are ready, and what remains is to drive in the last screw. It only remains to be seen, who are these rulers of the world? And how have they contrived to reach such heights amidst our dislocation? Since the name of scientist Igor SMIRNOV, said to be the father of this plague, keeps flashing in the press, I am going to take a look at him to the laboratory of psychocorrection at the Moscow Medical Academy.

A long time ago it was hammered home that psychotronic weapons were being created "in the basements of the CIA". And it was clear that the USSR would not sit idle waiting for a surprise. Medics, who dabbled in psychodiagnostics and psychocorrection for purely scientific interest, became objects of attention by the defence industry and the security service. They were not apprehended, but their steps were closely followed. The laboratory, its personnel (out of the same scientific interest the physicians came to need physicists and programmers) and all of its projects were classified and publications banned.

It was vexing to live in a vacuum, but Igor Smirnov recalls those recent times as happy ones. There was as much financing as needed and any orders are filled at once at secret plants and delivered to you personally. I am looking at a computer plate made to order. It is used to code the verbal command for the patient (or to decode it, i.e., decipher for the doctor, the psychologist). Who in this country made such a plate? I asked Smirnov. But he ignores this question.

When the Americans published in 1987 their ideas on incomprehensible psychodiagnostics, our people were jubilant - we are ahead. Most importantly, there was now a crack in the wall of secrecy. Today he has 80 scientific publications and 17 discoveries, four of which are "pioneering", i.e., having no analogue. For instance, the method of semantic psychoprosthetics was invented not "in the basements of the CIA", as they write, but in these very basements. - (This must be understood literally, for the temple of unique science exists on the ground floor of a madhouse and occupies exactly three closets of 4 x 1.5 sq m each with broken tiles on the walls, leaking ceilings and dirty little windows). And what is it - semantic psychoprosthetics? According to Smirnov: "You take a man and obliterate the desire for alcohol..." I am in panic: what does it mean "you take" and how is it "you obliterate"?

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