The Government Is Researching How To Use Technology To Change Your Religious Beliefs

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Should the U.S. government be trying to figure out how to use technology to change the beliefs of “religious extremists”?  Before you answer yes to that question, perhaps you should consider whether or not the U.S. government considers you to be a “religious extremist”.  After all, as I have documented previously, conservatives, libertarians, Tea Party activists and evangelical Christians are all considered to be “extremists” in various U.S. government documents.  So if we open up Pandora’s Box and say that it is okay for the government to use technology to wipe away the religious beliefs of some “extremists”, what would stop them from using that same technology on you someday?  The truth is that this kind of technology should never be used on anyone, and it is very disturbing that the government seems so determined to develop it.

We would probably know very little about the development of this technology if a whistleblower had not recently come forward.  The following is a YouTube video in which investigative reporter Ben Swann interviews this whistleblower and explains what the U.S. government is actually trying to do…

That video should chill you to the core.

And apparently this kind of technology already exists.  It is called “Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation” and it can reportedly alter your most cherished beliefs. The following is a short excerpt from Ben Swann’s interview with the whistleblower that worked on this project…

Ben: Phase III is fairly interesting. I noticed in the documentation it says lets not talk too much about this because who knows if we’ll ever get there. But when you do read what Phase III is it is a little surprising, it’s called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. This is not something that’s science fiction, it’s not something they’ve cooked up. This is a real technique that’s already been used in the past, correct?

Whistleblower: Yes, it started out in the psychiatry field when people were depressed and when you’re depressed certain parts of your brain are not functioning correctly. So they created this technology, which is basically a big magnet, and you put it on their brain and it turns off that part of the brain that’s bad or wrong and it would help them with their depression for several weeks to a month and they’d go back and do it again. So this technology has been around for ten or fifteen years.

Ben: So it’s very high tech propaganda, what we’re talking about.

Whistleblower: High tech and validated propaganda, yes. So if they’re able to turn off a part of the brain and get rid of that master narrative that will make you not believe in a particular statement, they would have validated this propaganda. So if they turn off portion X, they know that the propaganda is going to work and the individual is going to believe whatever is being told to them.

Once the U.S. government starts using this technology on people, will there be any limit on who they can use it on?

As Ben Swann noted, the label “extremist” can be applied to almost any kind of religious belief…

After all, aren’t extremist Muslims dangerous? Extremist Christians? See the problem with the question is who gets to define extremist? Who decides if religious beliefs are inherently dangerous?

And if we believe that government should have the power to control how the extremist thinks… wouldn’t they have the authority to decide how and what we all think?

Don’t be tempted to think that this can’t happen.  Just this week Fox News reported that the American Family Association, a very mainstream evangelical Christian organization, was classified as “a domestic hate group” during a U.S. Army briefing…

Several dozen U.S. Army active duty and reserve troops were told last week that the American Family Association, a well-respected Christian ministry, should be classified as a domestic hate group because the group advocates for traditional family values.

The briefing was held at Camp Shelby in Mississippi and listed the AFA alongside domestic hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis, the Black Panthers and the Nation of Islam.

And this is hardly an isolated incident.  In a previous article entitled “72 Types Of Americans That Are Considered ‘Potential Terrorists’ In Official Government Documents“, I listed a whole bunch of different types of Christians that are considered to be “extremists” in U.S. government documents.

And this attitude of animosity toward Christians is manifesting itself in a multitude of ways all over the country.  In fact, according to the new Religious Hostility Survey, the number of incidents of hostility toward Christians in the United States is growing at a very frightening pace…

Hostility against Christian Americans is growing at an alarming rate, according to a new survey from the Family Research Council and Liberty Institute.

The Liberty Institute’s Jeff Mateer noted that while last year’s survey was based on 600 cases, “this survey that we’re releasing right now is almost 1,200. So we’ve almost doubled in just one year.”

One such case involved college student named Audrey Jarvis, who was asked twice to remove her cross, or at least hide it, at a student orientation.

“My supervisor came up to me out of nowhere and asked me to remove my cross necklace because he thought it would be offensive to incoming freshmen,” she recalled.

Will we eventually get to the point where evangelical Christianity is looked down upon so much in this nation that it is considered acceptable for the government to use technology to wipe away the religious beliefs of “extremist” Christians?

Once upon a time, it would have been insane to even suggest such a thing.  But now the technology is being developed and mainstream evangelical Christians are being labeled as “extremists” and “potential terrorists” in official U.S. government documents.

It is frightening to think about where all of this might end up.

So what do you think about all of this?  Please feel free to share your thoughts by posting a comment below…

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  • Bad Kitty Cat

    Although only evengelical Christians were discussed, I would argue that other Christians (including more traditional ones) will be targeted as well for their “backwards” thinking. Same for other religeons with any shred of morality. And after that, the atheists and agnostics with any disagreement in the system. This is so wrong on so many levels!

    Something in my heart tells me something will change. Don’t ask me what.

  • mleblanc138

    Sounds like I should be writing a text file of my important master narratives in order to regain them if this technology is used on me. But I would then be reading them as an adult, and I would not have held them since childhood. I guess I should also explain to myself that I had believed those things since childhood, but the Government decided to use technology on me to make me think I didn’t.

  • Theodore

    Sounds disgusting, but it is also a little bit far fetched. I really doubt they can target an exact belief, without altering a bunch of other things (beliefs) in the process.
    Even more, as an Orthodox Christian I believe that the brain is only “an interface” between sould and body, and that the true belief lies in the soul of the human being, not in the brain.

  • Tim

    Let them do what they will. They can never take my salvation from me. They can destroy this body, but they have no power to destroy my soul. (Matthew 10:28)

  • DJohn1

    The problem with beliefs are that they have to have a valid reality somewhere down the road. I personally believe in Jesus Christ as my Lord and as my Savior.
    What I do not believe in is arbitrary beliefs not based on reality.

    Example: we evolved. Reality: every ape on this planet has 48 chromosomes. We have 46 with two that are double the size of the other 44. Evolution just does not jive in this case with reality. The Bible says we were created. It happens to be correct. I do not deny we are all related to various animals on the planet.
    The genetic code is a sophisticated biological chemical code. It would be about the same of reproducing the entire works of a fictional book at random for that to occur.
    Science basically denies the existence of life after death. Yet there is all kinds of proof that it exists and that the soul exists.

    Personal beliefs are just that. If someone wants to believe that the Earth is Flat and the center of the Universe, that is a personal choice and should not be the subject of attempts to change that belief by any government we have over us.

    “Educating people should not involve attempting to change their belief systems.” And that is exactly what these so called “scientists” want to do.
    That their science is based on their income makes the entire thing into a farce comedy of errors. Anyone that does not believe as they do is fired.
    I can think of at least two “scientists” that thought outside the box and were exiled because of it.
    In 1950, we had 48 chromosomes. Until a scientist with a very good microscope proved otherwise. It is still not accepted by “science”. It means we were most likely genetically manipulated at some point in time.
    Venus was a semi-tropical paradise at the poles according to a lot of astronomers. Until Russian Robot Explorers found it to be over 1,000 degrees hot and full of hydrocarbons and an atmosphere 15 times stronger than the Earth. A retrograde day of 267-8 of ours and an orbit of 222 days. Those figures are not exact. This was all brought about by a rogue scientist that regular science wanted to ban his books from publication. He ended up as a professor at Princeton after all this was discovered.
    My point being that “science” is often a religious belief of people that think they know what they are talking about.
    Those beliefs have changed rapidly as we learn more and more about the place we call the universe. I expect 20 years from today it will have changed beyond recognition from what we think we know today.
    The best we can do is allow everyone to believe what they want and hope we learn enough to keep those beliefs stable and in good faith.

  • seth datta

    If you suffer from organised stalking and electronic harassment, you know that the mark of the beast has been forced upon the entire population.

    The mark in the head is the DARPA/NSA ‘silent sounds’ technology used to introduce thought into the auditory cortex to influence (not control) the person’s actions. Most people are susceptible to this influencing. It is done via ELF technology, hence the recent Navy yard shooter carving on his gun ‘my ELF weapon’.

    The mark in the hand is actually the one that is not quite in existence yet, but involves electronic money and the VISA system as a precursor. It is proven that the barcode of VISA is 666 – google it if you doubt this. If you contribute to this system, your compliance helps perpetuate the system.

    The mark of the beast is the mark of a man – 666. All life on the planet, including humans, are made up of the carbon atom. 6 protons, 6 neutrons and 6 electrons. We are the beast, because we blindly perpetuate such a system; to repeat the mistakes of the past is the real tragedy of humanity, which is why the mark of the beast must be the mark of a man; a man who serves Satan in his/her ignorance and apathy.

  • humptydumpty

    This attempted take-over of humanity by Satan began in the Garden of Eden more than six thousand years ago. The bad news for Satan and his followers? God has planned well in advance for any and all problems created by the evil one and his followers to be thwarted! It’s been this way from the very beginning. And will continue until the very end!

  • Jason7189

    I would be considered an extremist or threat to the Government, for being outspoken and quoting the Word of God on many websites. The Government can one day confiscate my belongings and threaten me, but it brings a huge smile to my face, knowing my comments are out there for many to see and potentially know the Lord.

  • Chey Barnes

    Curing You of Your Religion with Vaccines
    Is the U.S. government trying to figure out how to use bio-technology to change the beliefs of what they consider to be “religious extremists” in the Middle East?

    In a recently released YouTube video, the U.S. Department of Defense is shown supposedly sitting in Pentagon Briefing Room BC232 with Pentagon brass to discuss the VMAT 2 gene which they coin the
    “God gene” and all the creative methods that they have in mind to “cure” fanatics –those with an overexpression of the VMAT 2 gene- of their religious predispositions. These methods would include using viruses as vectors to
    vaccinate those darn crazies.

    Now I can’t vouch for the validity of this video that was alleged to have been filmed in 2005 and recently released by an insider, it appears to me to have been heavily dubbed / edited. But it does nonetheless raise some interesting points to ponder. If our government has indeed been developing a long list of those that they consider to be “religious extremist” such as conservatives, libertarians, Tea Party activists and evangelical Christians, just how much time would it take before they consider using a vaccine to cure Americans – or the entire population of the world for that matter- of their religious beliefs?

    That is if there is an inkling of truth to this outrageous video. You decide.

  • Marc

    This technology won’t work for true born again Christians, and this thechnology is not necessary for other people who do not believe in the true God, as God Himself will do that job of brainwashing without man-made technology:

    “And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness. (2 Te 2:12)

  • sorgfelt

    You have already had your beliefs created and modified using mind control by your clergy, school teachers, parents, and scientists. Most beliefs are just that – beliefs, based partly on your individual take on reality, that might not actually be true. Does the fact that there are so many factions of people with differing beliefs give you a clue that maybe you should re-examine those beliefs, because someone has to be wrong? Is it such a big deal if someone else tries to get in on the act? This technology first requires that you sit in a lab setting and allow someone to apply the magnetic fields and the indoctrination. If you are afraid of that, maybe you are really afraid that just maybe the indoctrination inside your head won’t stand up to this treatment, or that you will have your rights taken away enough to allow them to even do this treatment in the first place. The only reason people in the government would suggest such treatment is to control violent offenders of the rights to life and liberty of the rest of us, and violent people are often driven by extremist beliefs that don’t have much basis in reality. By the way, I have strong spiritual beliefs, mostly based on my own non-physical spiritual experiences, coupled with those of others whose experiences agree with mine. Early on in life, I decided that I could not believe in something just because some clergyman or scientist said I had to.