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"We need a program of psychosurgery for political control of our society. The purpose is physical control of the mind. Everyone who deviates from the given norm can be surgically mutilated. "The individual may think that the most important reality is his own existence, but this is only his personal point of view. This lacks historical perspective. "Man does not have the right to develop his own mind. This kind of liberal orientation has great appeal. We must electrically control the brain. Some day armies and generals will be controlled by electric stimulation of the brain."


Dr. Jose M.R. Delgado

Director of Neuropsychiatry

Yale University Medical School

Congressional Record, No. 26, Vol. 118

February 24, 1974


While giving a lecture on the

brain in 1965, Dr. Delgado said, "Science has developed a new methodology

for the study and control of cerebral function in animals and humans." Dr.

Delgado was able to achieve a type of mind control with the assistance of a

device he named a "stimoceiver." This electronic apparatus was the

forerunner of the more sophisticated computerized devises that are used




the 'stimoceiver' invented in the late '50s by neuroscientist Jose Delgado._

A miniature depth brain implant electrode which can receive and transmit electronic signals over FM radio waves.



Mark Pilkington

Thursday October 23, 2003

The Guardian


"The possibility of scientific annihilation of personal identity, or even worse, its purposeful control, has sometimes been considered a future threat

more awful than atomic holocaust... These objections, however, are debatable."


So wrote Dr Jose Delgado in his 1969 book Physical Control of the Mind: Toward a Psychocivilised Society. Delgado documents the myriad applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, from helping the blind see again to keeping criminals and dissidents under remote control. The Spanish neurologist's hopes rested on a device he called the "stimoceiver". Once inserted into the required part of the brain, the remotely operated stimoceiver could stimulate it electrically.In a dramatic demonstration in the early 1960s, Delgado entered a bullring and, at the press of a button, stopped a charging bull dead in its tracks. Delgado saw great potential in his creation, but he did note one possible problem: "The existence of wires leading from the brain to the stimoceiver outside of the scalp... could be a hindrance to hair grooming."


Modern day proponents of the mind control conspiracy use Delgado's stimoceivers to support their suspicions; but how far has the technology advanced?


Last year US scientists revealed a team of rats that could be remote-controlled from a laptop. Electrodes in the rodents' brains activate their pleasure centres while steering them left or right. A tiny backpack acts as a receiver. The robo-rats were presented as the very latest in biotechnology, but in his memoirs the late neurologist John Lilly, who began his career working on the electrical stimulation of animal brains, recalled seeing a military film of a donkey being remotely steered up a hillside in the 1950s.


Whether we have the technology to control another human mind, brain implants are now being used to help the victims of paralysis. Dr Philip Kennedy of Neural Signals has developed an implanted device that allows JR, a paralysed 53-year-old volunteer, to move a mouse cursor around a computer screen using thought alone. There are no wires - a small antenna, connected to the implant, pokes out of the top of JR's skull.


We may be approaching Delgado's psychocivilised society, but that hair is going to be a problem for some time yet.

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they should just make the wires thin and hair coloured.

that would be majorly fucking sweet ass.

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Originally posted by BROWNer

they should just make the wires thin and hair coloured.

that would be majorly fucking sweet ass.




Ohmygod I'm a fucking scientist supremo.

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this shit is pretty insane... the first part of the article reminded me of victims of electro-shock therapy... ever read persig's zen & the art... ?


it's scary yes, but the fact remains that at this point, to mechanically control a brain, you still have to physically invade it (and sometimes bestow upon the subject a backpack? haha, wtf)... this is just like the whole microchips in the earlobe conspiracy theory...


do i doubt it's been tested on humans for top secret purposes? no way.


watch for "consumer level" uses for this technology coming soon... like the earlobe tracking devices- for crazy parents, they will know where their child is "in case they are missing or abducted."


gag me with a spoon.

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