“I can hypnotize a person without his knowledge or consent to commit treason against the United States,” these are the words of George Estabrooks, Ph.D. , head of the psychology department at Colgate University, New York, in 1942.
The Mind Control Technique Of Dr. George Estabrooks
This was stated when George Estabrooks spoke to a select group of personnel from the US War Department. Estabrooks also added the following:
“Two hundred trained foreign operators operating in the US can create an exceptionally dangerous army of hypnotically controlled sixth columns.”
If the “fifth column” is usually called the enemy’s agents behind the lines, then the “sixth column” is an even more hidden and difficult-to-calculate enemy network created to undermine ideology, priorities, and values.
As George Estabrooks went on to say, back in World War I, a leading psychologist made a startling proposal to the US Navy. He proposed leading a submarine, flown by a captured U-boat captain under his hypnotic control, through enemy minefields to attack the German fleet.
Washington then dismissed this strategy as too risky. First, because the authorities believed that there was no special hypnotic method by which it was possible to completely subdue the mind of the captain. Secondly, because such a thing was then so innovative that there were no experts on such tactics.
George Estabrooks believed that they had rejected the psychologist’s proposal in vain and that it would be very beneficial to use such tactics again against the Germans, but already in World War II.
“An indirect approach to hypnosis, I believe, would change the Navy’s response today. Personally, I am convinced that hypnosis is a formidable and dangerous weapon that makes it doubly necessary to avoid tomorrow’s war,” Estabrooks said.
Decades later, in the April 1971 issue of Science Digest, George Estabrooks published an article on hypnosis called “Hypnosis Comes of Age.” It said the following:
“Communication in war is always a headache. Codes can be broken and a professional spy can be bought by the other side. Your own man may have undeniable loyalty, but his judgment can always be questioned.
On the other hand, the so-called “Hypnotic Courier” offers a unique solution to this problem. I participated in the training of many such “couriers” during the Second World War.
One successful case involved a captain in an army corps, whom we will call George Smith. Captain Smith went through months of training. He was an excellent “courier”, but he didn’t realize it because I removed from him, by post-hypnotic suggestion, all recollection that he had ever been hypnotized.
I first asked the Maintenance Corps to call Captain Smith in Washington and tell him they needed a report on the mechanical equipment of Division X, headquartered in Tokyo. Smith was ordered to leave by plane the next morning, collect the report, and return immediately.
Consciously, that was all he knew, and that was the story he then told his wife and friends. But then I put him into deep hypnosis and gave him an important message verbally, which was to be delivered immediately upon his arrival in Japan to a certain colonel – let’s say his name is Brown – from military intelligence.
Besides me, Colonel Brown was the only person who could hypnotize Captain Smith. It was a kind of “blocking”. I carried it out by telling the hypnotized Captain: “Until further orders from me, only Colonel Brown and I can hypnotize you. We will use the signal phrase ‘The moon is clear’. Whenever you hear this phrase from Brown or from me, you immediately fall into deep hypnosis.”
When Captain Smith awoke again, he had no conscious memory of what had happened in the trance. All he knew was that he had to go to Tokyo to pick up the division’s report. Upon arriving there, Smith reported to Brown, who hypnotized him with a signal phrase. Under hypnosis, Smith relayed my message and received another one to return to me.
Awakened from the hypnosis, he received a department report and returned home by plane. There I once again hypnotized him with a signal phrase, and he gave out Brown’s answer, which was obediently hidden in his subconscious.
So, Dr. George Estabrooks has developed a working method of controlling the mind of a person, manipulation of the mind, or even one can say “slavery” of the mind. The picture is not pleasant.
By the way, it is known for certain that Estabrooks conducted his hypnotic experiments on children, developing an interrogation technique for juvenile delinquents. And he actively corresponded in the course of work with the then-director of the FBI, Edgar Hoover.
On April 13, 1953, CIA chief Allen Dulles ordered the creation of a mind control program known as MK-Ultra, which was put in charge of Dr. Sidney Gottlieb. It is likely that the developments of Dr. Estabrooks played an important role in this.
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