Government to control your religious beliefs???


How do you like the idea of the government being able to change your view of religion by using advanced technology called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation? Well, it seems that DARPA is working on something that may just do that. Check out these two articles. The first one is from the Center for Strategic Communication, and the second article is from a whistleblower who worked on the project….

“Toward Narrative Disruptors and Inductors: Mapping the Narrative Comprehension Network and its Persuasive Effects”, DARPA

In 2012, the CSC was awarded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) a $6.1 million dollar research grant to study the neurobiology of narrative comprehension, validate narrative theories and explore the connection between narrative and persuasion.  This groundbreaking research study will employ multi-modal neuroimaging, combining the temporal resolution of EEG with the spatial resolution of fMRI.  The project seeks to validate narrative theories that to date have rested on interpretive approaches, rather than empirical, neurophysiological study.  In so doing, the project aims to discover the neural network(s) involved in narrative comprehension and persuasion, and to come to a further understanding of how elements of existing narrative theories can induce or disrupt narrative understanding by the presence or absence of those structural components of narrative. [Center for Strategic Communication]

Ben Swann,
October 16, 2013

Is the U.S. Government working on a program to…well…program the way you view religion?

A whistleblower who has worked on that program says yes and he wants you to know exactly what has been going on.

The first step towards truth is to be informed.

If I told you that the Defense Department was using taxpayer dollars to learn how to influence people with religious beliefs in order to control those beliefs, would it really surprise you?

Would you think that I am a tin foil hat wearing conspiracy theorist?

Would you care if I told you that the program was aimed at controlling fundamentalist Muslims?

How about fundamentalist Christians? [source]



10 thoughts on “Government to control your religious beliefs???

  1. Folks who have this idea that they will live the dickens until the last minute and then call out for salvation are so very foolish. We can’t even fathom just how strong end times delusion will be. Those in the valley of decision need to surrender to God’s love and now!


  2. A video was leaked onto YouTube that showed the inside of a lecture room wherein the presenter was discussing how the US Armed Forces are currently experimenting with vaccines that can control human behavior; specifically religious fundamental tendencies.

    According to a highly-circulated video, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is training their agents that the Founding Fathers were terrorists who began a war against their British benefactors. The intimation is that those Americans today that agree with this mindset are potential terrorists.



    According to the FunVax report above, the fundamentalist vaccine is prepared using “a viral vector that will inhibit/decrease the expression of VMAT2 within a human population. The VMAT2 gene, also referred to as the “God gene,” has received wide coverage in the media. It is the gene which has been shown to have the most relationship to spirituality. Time magazine featured the God gene story on it’s front cover on Oct. 25, 2004. For the fascinating article on VMAT2 in that issue of Time, titled, “Religion: Is God in Our Genes?”,



    ^The following^ is an interview with Whistle Blower Joey Lambardi. It was recorded over the phone at 1:32 pm April 23rd, 2011 and transcribed by volunteers at the FunVax blog.

    Genospirituality: genetic engineering for spiritual and religious enhancement.
    Charlton BG.
    The most frequently discussed role for genetic engineering is in relation to medicine, and a second area which provokes discussion is the use of genetic engineering as an enhancement technology. But one neglected area is the potential use of genetic engineering to increase human spiritual and religious experience – or genospirituality. If technologies are devised which can conveniently and safely engineer genes causal of spiritual and religious behaviours, then people may become able to choose their degree of religiosity or spiritual sensitivity. For instance, it may become possible to increase the likelihood of direct religious experience – i.e. ‘revelation’: the subjective experience of communication from the deity. Or, people may be able to engineer ‘animistic’ thinking, a mode of cognition in which the significant features of the world – such as large animals, trees, distinctive landscape features – are regarded as sentient and intentional beings; so that the individual experiences a personal relationship with the world. Another potentially popular spiritual ability would probably be shamanism; in which states of altered consciousness (e.g. trances, delirium or dreams) are induced and the shaman may undergo the experience of transformations, ‘soul journeys’ and contact with a spirit realm. Ideally, shamanistic consciousness could be modulated such that trances were self-induced only when wanted and when it was safe and convenient; and then switched-off again completely when full alertness and concentration are necessary. It seems likely that there will be trade-offs for increased spirituality; such as people becoming less ‘driven’ to seek status and monetary rewards – as a result of being more spiritually fulfilled people might work less hard and take more leisure. On the other hand, it is also possible that highly moral, altruistic, peaceable and principled behaviours might become more prevalent; and the energy and joyousness of the best churches might spread and be strengthened. Overall, genospirituality would probably be used by people who were unable to have the kind of spiritual or religious experiences which they wanted (or perhaps even needed) in order to lead the kind of life to which they aspired.


  5. The below scientific analysis explains that the god gene VMAT2 can be inhibited by Meth….

    The current SAR provided several insights regarding the optimization of the pharmacophore for inhibition of VMAT2 function (Tables 1 and ​and2).2). Merely replacing the N-methyl group of lobelane with a N-1,2(R)-diol moiety (GZ-745A) resulted in a 4-fold decrease in VMAT2 inhibitory potency. In addition, the specific configuration of the N-1,2-diol moiety is a factor determining potency to inhibit DA uptake at VMAT2. The R enantiomer of N-1,2-diol analogs bearing no phenyl substituents, and those containing 3-flourophenyl, 3-methoxyphenyl, 4-methoxyphenyl, or 3,4-methylenedioxyphenyl moieties exhibited 4- to 6-fold higher inhibitory potency compared with the corresponding S enantiomer. These results indicate that the pharmacophore for inhibition of VMAT2 function has a configurational restriction at the chiral N-1,2-diol moiety in the current series of analogs. Furthermore, N-1,2-diol analogs of lobelane with 3-fluoro,2,4-dichloro, 2-methoxy, 3-methoxy, or 3,4-methylenedioxy substituents in both phenyl rings, or in which the phenyl rings were replaced with 1-naphthalene or 4-biphenyl rings, exhibited a 4- to 34-fold lower potency compared with lobelane and a 3- to 66-fold lower potency compared with the corresponding N-methyl substituted analog. Thus, although N-methyl analogs with substituents on the phenyl rings retained potency as inhibitors of VMAT2 relative to lobelane, introduction of these substituents into the phenyl rings in the N-1,2-diol analogs resulted in reduced potency. Exceptions included the two lead N-1,2(R)-diol analogs, GZ-793A (4-methoxyphenyl analog) and GZ-794A (1-naphthalene analog), which inhibited VMAT2 with potencies not different from either lobelane or the corresponding N-methyl analogs. These results indicate that for GZ-793A and GZ-794A structural modifications that enhanced drug-likeness did not alter VMAT2 inhibitory potency.



    What if the government could change people’s moral beliefs or stop political dissent through remote control of people’s brains?

    Sounds like science fiction, right? Well, a leaked document reveals that the US government, through DARPA research, is very close to accomplishing this.

    Activist Post was recently contacted by an anonymous whistleblower who worked on a secret ongoing mind-control project for DARPA. The aim of the program is to remotely disrupt political dissent and extremism by employing “Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation” (TMS) in tandem with sophisticated propaganda based on this technology. TMS stimulates the temporal lobe of the brain with electromagnetic fields.

    The program, conducted by The Center for Strategic Communication, is based at Arizona State University. The DARPA funding for this project can be confirmed on the ASU website here. The head of the project, Steve Corman, has worked extensively in the area of strategic communication as it applies to terrorism and “extremism” – or what could be called “the war of ideas.”


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