The secret history of mind control and MK-Ultra is explored in ‘The Orphan Trilogy’

Posted: June 8, 2013 in The Ninth Orphan, The Orphan Factory, The Orphan Trilogy, The Orphan Uprising
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In Brave New World Revisited writer, humanist, pacifist Aldous Huxley said:

It is perfectly possible for a man to be out of prison, and yet not free – to be under no physical constraint and yet to be a psychological captive, compelled to think, feel and act as the representatives of the national state, or of some private interest within the nation, wants him to think, feel and act.

The nature of psychological compulsion is such that those who act under constraint remain under the impression that they are acting on their own initiative.

The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. That he is not free is apparent only to other people. His servitude is strictly objective.

Aldous Huxley (1894-1963)

We have researched MK-Ultra and the secret history of mind control in our conspiracy thriller series The Orphan Trilogy, and this is what we uncovered:

MK-Ultra, the CIA’s far-reaching mind control program, was an umbrella project spawned from the US Government’s super-secret Project Paperclip, a sinister venture that involved bringing dozens of Nazi scientists to America immediately after World War Two. Some believe MK-Ultra’s beginnings actually go back to the horrendous psychiatric experiments the Nazis conducted during the Holocaust.

Researching declassified CIA documents, we also became aware of the often-disastrous impact MK-Ultra had had on the lives of CIA operatives and unwitting US citizens over the years.

Some of America’s highest profile assassins (including the likes of John Lennon’s killer Mark David Chapman and Robert Kennedy’s assassin Sirhan Sirhan) claimed they were CIA-programmed killers hypnotized by MK-Ultra…The media portrayed them as crazed lone gunmen, so naturally the public paid little attention to their claims.

        

                     Sirhan and Chapman – Manchurian Candidates?

We believe it’s possible some of these men were mind-controlled soldiers, or Manchurian Candidates, carrying out assassination orders their conscious minds were not even aware of.

For more about the murky and disturbing history behind MK-Ultra go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fml1Z5saLH0

Here’s a list of novels that have mind control as a major theme in their plots – courtesy of Goodreads.com –

http://www.goodreads.com/list/show/11984.Mind_Control_Fiction#13250061

Our conspiracy thriller series The Orphan Trilogy (The Ninth Orphan / The Orphan Factory / The Orphan Uprising) features prominently on this list.

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  1. […] In Brave New World Revisited writer, humanist, pacifist Aldous Huxley said: It is perfectly possible for a man to be out of prison, and yet not free – to be under no physical constraint and yet to …  […]

  2. THANK YOU FOR THE FOLLOW!

  3. Dave Odell says:

    I find it curious that you have a picture of and quote from Aldous Huxley on this page. He has recently been not just connected to MK Ultra but alleged to have led MK Ultra at around minute 40 of an interview with General Albert Stubblebine on Gnostic Media. He does not elaborate despite some gentle pressure from the interviewer, Jan Irvin. I won’t attempt to post a link but you can Google the key terms to find the interview. I look forward to reading your books! They look fascinating. I just kind of “stumbled” on this.

    • lancemorcan says:

      Thanks Dave. Not sure why you find it “curious” that we ran a quote from Huxley considering the quote we chose was so appropriate for the blog’s subject matter – i.e. mind control. Hope you enjoy our books. Best, Lance

  4. Dave Odell says:

    Perhaps “curious” was a poor choice of words. Yes – quite appropriate, especially considering the allegations of his involvement in MK Ultra. Along similar lines to the quote above, Huxley delivered a speech at Berkley in the early sixties, quote:

    “…It seems to me that the nature of the ultimate revolution with which we are now faced is precisely this: That we are in process of developing a whole series of techniques which will enable the controlling oligarchy who have always existed and presumably will always exist to get people to love their servitude…”

    Why does he use the term “we” and not “they?” Was he working for the “controlling oligarchy”? Just questions…

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