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2nd Generation MKULTRA

2nd Generation MKULTRA – This time for a good cause… Instead of targeting innocent adults and children, now they’re targeting people labeled ‘hostile’…?


brainwash: to indoctrinate so intensively and thoroughly as to effect a radical transformation of beliefs and mental attitudes

Classical conditioning – definition: In behavior conditioning, “A form of […]  learning that was first demonstrated by Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov (1927). In classical conditioning two stimuli are presented in close succession repeatedly, until the response given to one becomes associated with the other. In the most well known example Pavlov paired the neutral stimulus of a ringing bell with the positive unconditional stimulus of food repeatedly, until the ringing bell caused the dog to salivate. In this example the ringing bell had become a conditional stimulus once it took on the association with food. If two stimuli are always presented together, eventually the organism will respond to the neutral stimuli in the same fashion as the response to the pair of the neutral stimulus and the paired stimulus. This learned consistency is called the conditional response.” From

SIGNIFICANCE: see sensitizing to red program in report: Bob Davis

Classical Conditioning – video: In behavior conditioning, “A stimulus becomes a conditioned stimulus through repeated pairing with the unconditioned stimulus. Also, I will introduce the terminology: CS – Conditioned Stimulus, US – Unconditioned Stimulus, CR – Conditioned Response, UCR – Uncondtioned Response. FlyByButterflies video

Habituation, Dishabituation and Sensitizing – video: In behavior conditioning, “We look at habituation and sensitization and look at examples of these two processes as well as the usefulness of these processes.” FlyByButterflies video

SIGNIFICANCE: see report Operation Hat Trick

Habituation and Dishabituation – video: In behavior conditioning,  “Here we see a rat that has undergone habituation to a loud noise (indicated by a yellow X). After two trials, a different loud noise is presented (a door slamming, indicated by a red circle). The habituated response briefly returns upon presentation of the original loud noise”  Video uploaded by daleswartzentruber

Habituation – definition:  In behavior conditioning, “As a process it is defined as a decrease in an elicited behavior resulting from the repeated presentation of an eliciting stimulus.”  From

Generalization – definition: In behavior conditioning, “stimulus generalization is the tendency for the conditioned stimulus to evoke similar responses after the response has been conditioned. For example, if a child has been conditioned to fear a stuffed white rabbit, it will exhibit fear of objects similar to the conditioned stimulus such as a white toy rat.” From

SIGNIFICANCE: see report Operation Hat Trick

A highly sensitive person (HSP) is a person having the innate trait of high psychological sensitivity (or innate sensitiveness as Carl Jung originally coined it). According to Elaine N. Aron and colleagues as well as other researchers, highly sensitive people, who comprise about a fifth of the population, may process sensory data much more deeply and thoroughly due to a biological difference in their nervous systems.

SIGNIFICANCE: This may explain, in part, why I’m able to make people attempting to covertly pretext me.

Latent inhibition – definition: (potential prevention) is a technical term used in Classical conditioning. A familiar but unassociated stimulus takes longer to acquire meaning (as a signal) than a new stimulus. It is “a measure of reduced learning about a stimulus to which there has been prior exposure without any consequence.”[1] One is practicing latent inhibition when one tries to ignore an ongoing sound (like an air conditioner) or tune out the conversation of others.

SIGNIFICANCE: This may explain why researcher seem particularly keen to incorporated elements of my recent purchases or new interests to harassment. see discussion on mimicking my recent purchase of jewelry and hats in report Operation Hat Trick.

Orienting Response – definition: In behavior conditioning, “First described by Russian physiologist Ivan Sechenov in his 1863 book Reflexes of the Brain. “When people see a bright flash of light or hear a sudden loud noise, they pay attention to it even before they identify it. This orienting reflex seems to be present from birth. It is useful in helping people react quickly to events that call for immediate action.” From

SIGNIFICANCE: Explains why once a person has been sensitized to ‘visual cues’ that they pay attention to similar cues even before they have confirmed if they are being used to signal. For example, people who read sign language are likely to be hyper alert to the possibility of hands being used to signal is used as a cue by people engaged in harassment. Similarly, people who’ve been sensitized to color being used to signal harassment would be on the watch for it.

Reinforcement programs for classroom: From Mt St Mary College

SIGNIFICANCE: document reveals how these techniques are commonly used in classrooms.

Warm up (pre-spin): In behavior conditioning, describes how harassing a target prior to the conditioning event decreases the warm up period from a neutral state to an aggressive state. From ‘Pavlovian conditioning of shock-elicited aggression b: a discrimination procedure’, by David O. Lyon and Delmar Ozolins (1969).

SIGNIFICANCE: known to have been twice attempted in harassment. see reports Guts for Garters and Deja Vue.


Acute stress reaction: (also called acute stress disorder, psychological shock, mental shock, or simply shock) is a psychological condition arising in response to a terrifying or traumatic event. It should not be confused with the unrelated circulatory condition of shock.

“Acute stress response” was first described by Walter Cannon in the 1920s as a theory that animals react to threats with a general discharge of the sympathetic nervous system. The response was later recognized as the first stage of a general adaptation syndrome that regulates stress responses among vertebrates and other organisms.

The onset of a stress response is associated with specific physiological actions in the sympathetic nervous system, both directly and indirectly through the release of adrenaline and to a lesser extent noradrenaline from the medulla of the adrenal glands. These catecholamine hormones facilitate immediate physical reactions by triggering increases in heart rate and breathing, constricting blood vessels. An abundance of catecholamines at neuroreceptor sites facilitates reliance on spontaneous or intuitive behaviors often related to combat or escape.

SIGNIFICANCE: see reports Asian Babies, Operation Hat Trick, Crisis Calls Diverted.

Learned helplessness: as a technical term in animal psychology and related human psychology, means a condition of a human person or an animal in which it has learned to behave helplessly, even when the opportunity is restored for it to help itself by avoiding an unpleasant or harmful circumstance to which it has been subjected. Learned helplessness experiment an animal is repeatedly hurt by an adverse stimulus which it cannot escape. Eventually the animal will stop trying to avoid the pain and behave as if it is utterly helpless to change the situation. Finally, when opportunities to escape are presented, this learned helplessness prevents any action. The only coping mechanism the animal uses is to be stoical and put up with the discomfort, not expending energy getting worked up about the adverse stimulus.

SIGNIFICANCE: explains my failure to not fight back more aggressively.

Drugs used in psych abuse

Aphrodisiacs: a substance that increases sexual desire.

Viagra: Sildenafil’s popularity with young adults has increased over the years. Sildenafil’s trade name “Viagra” is widely recognized in popular culture, and the drug’s association with treating erectile dysfunction has led to its recreational use. The reasons behind such use include the belief that the drug increases libido, improves sexual performance, or permanently increases penis size. Studies on the effects of viagra when used recreationally are limited, but suggest that it has little effect when used by those not suffering from erectile dysfunction.

SIGNIFICANCE: mostly drug used in report Sessoms Family

Dissociative drugs: At sub-anesthetic doses, dissociatives alter many of the same cognitive and perceptual processes affected by other hallucinogenic drugs such asmescalineLSD, and psilocybin; hence they are also considered hallucinogenic, and psychedelic. Perhaps the most significant subjective differences between dissociatives and the classical hallucinogens (such as LSD and mescaline) are the dissociative effects, including:depersonalization, the feeling of being unreal, disconnected from one’s self, or unable to control one’s actions; and derealization, the feeling that the outside world is unreal or that one is dreaming.

BZ  (3-quinuclidinyl benzilate). Described as a vicious drug. Incapacitating drug worse than LSD, rendering people incapacitated for a couple days. Used in by MKLUTRA researchers and the DOD’s Defense Health Program in project Tall Timber where it was dispersed over civilians in a rainforest in Hilo, Hawaii.

LSD: Lysergic acid diethylamide, abbreviated LSD or LSD-25, also known as lysergide and colloquially as acid, is a semisynthetic psychedelic drug of the ergoline family, well known for its psychological effects which can include altered thinking processes, closed and open eye visuals, synaesthesia, an altered sense of time and spiritual experiences, as well as for its key role in 1960s counterculture.

It is used mainly as an entheogen, recreational drug, and as an agent in psychedelic therapy. LSD is non-addictive, is not known to cause brain damage, and has extremely low toxicity relative to dose, although in rare cases adverse psychiatric reactions such as anxiety or delusions are possible. Introduced by Sandoz Laboratories, with trade-name Delysid, as a drug with various psychiatric uses in 1947, LSD quickly became a therapeutic agent that appeared to show great promise.[8] In the 1950s, officials at the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) thought the drug might be applicable to mind control and chemical warfare; the agency’s MKULTRA research program propagated the drug among young servicemen and students. The subsequent recreational use of the drug by youth culture in the Western world during the 1960s led to a political firestorm that resulted in its prohibition.[9] Currently, a number of organizations—including the Beckley Foundation, MAPS, Heffter Research Institute and the Albert Hofmann Foundation—exist to fund, encourage and coordinate research into the medicinal and spiritual uses of LSD and related psychedelics.

PCP:  In 1953, it was patented by Parke-Davis and named Sernyl (referring to serenity), but was only used in humans for a few years because of side-effects. In 1967, it was given the trade name Sernylan and marketed as a veterinary anesthetic, but was again discontinued. Its side effects and long half-life in the human body made it unsuitable for medical applications. Phencyclidine has also been shown to cause schizophrenia-like changes in N-acetylaspartate and N-acetylaspartylglutamate in the rat brain, which are detectable both in living rats and upon necropsy examination of brain tissue. It also induces symptoms in humans that mimic schizophrenia.

SIGNIFICANCE: if anything happens to me this is the drug I want to be tested for…


Defense Health Program (DHP). military’s equivalent of US Public Health system. Research and technical services for managing military medical records, data and communications.

SIGNIFICANCE: Media Logic has received over $482k in DOD contracts for the DHP program for work with the Madigan Army Medical Center (MAMC).

US Public Health: worked with MKULTRA researchers to provide access to institutionalized adults and children.

Universities: MKULTRA worked with institutions all over the country including for a full list see

American Psychological Association: The head of the APA interviewed MKULTRA child on her sexuality. This implies that the researcher knew the child was being used as a child prostitute.

Coercive Psychology

Task Force on Deceptive and Indirect Techniques of Persuasion and Control (DIMPAC) Margaret Thaler Singer was the acknowledged world leader on coercive psychology. It’s apparent from the draft of her 1986 DIMPAC report that Singer had observed these abuses in clinical settings and was concerned about the ultimate use to which this research might be put. She recommended that the public be educated about these tactics and how to resist them and that therapies be developed to help victims of abuse. For this, she was dealt a smack down by the American Psychological Association. Today, the same interests that helped thwart the DIMPAC report are now smacking down political dissenters (see coercive tactics

Brain washing. To erase memory. MKUTLRA researchers used shock treatments to erase memory. This was followed with attempt to put new thoughts into the mind using tape recordings and hypnosis.

MK-ULTRA (Mind Kontrol and ‘ultra’ secret classification from WWII). Mind control program of the DOD originally conceived as a method of winning wars without casualties.  Also the desire to erase the memory of agents who leave the agency knowing sensitive information. Although not listed, sexual exploitation and the use of children to compromise people were also activities that researchers engaged in. The following is CIA Director Richard Helm’s wish list for the research.

Exploitation enhancement: 

  • A material which will cause mental confusion of such a type that the individual under its influence will find it difficult to maintain a fabrication under questioning.
  • A knockout pill which can surreptitiously be administered in drinks, food, cigarettes, as an aerosol, etc., which will be safe to use, provide a maximum of amnesia, and be suitable for use by agent types on an ad-hoc basis.
  • Materials which will produce the signs and symptoms of recognized diseases in a reversible way so that they may be used for malingering, etc.
  • Materials which will render the induction of hypnosis easier or otherwise enhance its usefulness.
  • Substances which will produce “pure” euphoria with no subsequent let-down (aphrodisiac?)

Harm permanently:

  • Substances which alter personality structure in such a way that the tendency of the recipient to become dependent upon another person is enhanced.
  • Substances which will promote illogical thinking and impulsiveness to the point where the recipient would be discredited in public.

Memory erase: 

  • Materials and physical methods which will produce amnesia for events preceding and during their use.
  • Physical methods of producing shock and confusion over extended periods of time and capable of surreptitious use.

Performance decrease: 

  • A material which can be surreptitiously administered by the above routes and which in very small amounts will make it impossible for a person to perform physical activity.
  • Materials which will promote the intoxicating effect of alcohol.
  • Substances which will lower the ambition and general working efficiency of men when administered in undetectable amounts.
  • Substances which promote weakness or distortion of the eyesight or hearing faculties, preferably without permanent effects.
  • Substances which produce physical disablement such as paralysis of the legs, acute anemia, etc.

Performance increase:

  • Materials which will prevent or counteract the intoxicating effect of alcohol.
  • Substances which increase the efficiency of mentation and perception.
  • Substances which will enhance the ability of individuals to withstand privation, torture and coercion during interrogation and so-called “brain-washing”.
OBSERVATION: It is interesting to note that the primary directives for the research were not to about truth seeking or how to incapacitate but to discredit people.
SIGNIFICANCE: The  NIH researchers the psychological harassment program against me are connected to the US Public Health and the American Psychological Association. Both of these organizations worked with MKULTRA researchers. Whistle-blowers who work with the Federal Government have reported similar harassment.

Mind driving: putting new thoughts into the mind. Term used by MKULTRA researchers. This term is also commonly used by Neuro Linguistic programmers.

SIGNIFICANCE: Charleen Day of Media Logic in WA has an advanced degree in Neuro-linguistic programming in which the ability to mind drive is a common theme. Day was cc’d on an email from Media Logic to me used in an attempt to entrap (see report Right to Represent).

Neuro-Linquistic Programming (NLP). a controversial psychology therapy that attempts to program thoughts by rephrasing how people speak or streaming positive or negatively images associated with target images. Associated with aversion therapy used to cure homosexuals.

SIGNIFICANCE: Charleen Day of Media Logic in WA has an advanced degree in Neuro-linguistic programming in which the ability to mind drive is a common theme. Day was cc’d on an email from Media Logic to me used in an attempt to entrap (see report Right to Represent).

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