Wednesday, September 20, 2017

there you go again . RUINER talk .

STOP making things WORSE for yourself 

let's build one ourselves ( The Making of Jim Bloom)

The core was the 253 student government officers and student newspaper editors who had signed an anti-draft pledge in spring.
The conversation starter was purposed to make the "kids" grievances sound silly "Isn't 25,000 a rather token amount of troops for Nixon to withdraw, given that there were over 500,000 American boys in Vietnam? Didn't that rate of withdrawal mean we would still be in Vietnam in nine years?"
John Ehrlichman named as the anti-Moratorium game plan's quarterback Nixon's favorite football coach, Bud Wilkinson, late of the University of Oklahoma. What Wilkinson proposed, since "no one likes to be used," was that he jawbone the kids into realizing the Moratorium was "an attempt to exploit students for the organizers' own purposes." "It's easy to manipulate kids," Haldeman agreed, "because they love to get excited. You can foment them up for a panty raid, or in the old days, gold-fish swallowing." Bud Wilkinson started meeting with student leaders to shame them into the realization that they were cats' paws
Letter were sent to every Congressional office on simulated Moratorium letterhead to mislead as ads from the supposedly independent "Citizens for Peace with Security" -- a White House front -- enjoined Americans to blame Hanoi for the continued warfare. (The man listed in the ads as the group's chairman, William J. Casey, was a former intelligence officer who had lost a 1968 campaign for Congress . Americans who'd been held hostage by the Communists in Vietnam were wheeled out as political props. Two POWs had been released by the North Vietnamese in August. In September, the Pentagon sent them around the country to describe their "ordeal of horror." And surely their confinement had been no picnic. But journalists noticed their stories became more extravagant and inconsistent as time went on. The Secretary of Defense announced of their captivity: "There is clear evidence that North Vietnam has violated even the most fundamental standards of human decency." But two years later, when Seymour Hersh investigated, he discovered a letter from the Pentagon in which Laird reassured the prisoners' families he was exaggerating: "We are certain that you will not become unduly concerned over the briefing if you keep in mind the purpose for which it was tailored."
For the first time, the President sent out Spiro Agnew to do what Nixon used to do for Ike: call the administration's critics traitors. On the eve of the protest North Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Van Dong broadcast an open letter on Radio Hanoi praising the Moratorium's efforts "to save the honor of the United States and to avoid for their boys a useless death in Vietnam." The Vice President demanded its leaders "repudiate the support of a totalitarian government which has on its hands the blood of 40,000 Americans," and said pro-Moratorium congressmen were "chargeable with the knowledge of this letter." The legalistic insinuation -- "chargeable" -- nicely recalled the master, in 1952, calling President Truman and Secretary Acheson "traitors to the high principles in which many of the nation's Democrats believe."
Jack Caulfield was sent out to investigate the Red hand in the planning. He claimed the Communist Party "has maintained a background identity," with the Socialist Workers Party making "the heaviest outlays of funds." The Kennedys were in on it to -- in order, he said, to keep the media focus away from Chappaquiddick. Two new White House aides, who shared a taste for blood, Governor Reagan's former press secretary Lynn Nofziger and an eager former cosmetics company junior executive named Jeb Stuart Magruder who had run the congressional campaign of Donald Rumsfeld in Illinois in 1962, cranked up the Nixon network to send angry letters to congressmen who supported the Moratorium.
The President ended up saying: "Whatever the issue, to allow the government policy to be made in the streets would destroy the democratic process."

Neuronautics offers the person the opportunity to "practice" new traits and attitudes.

Cybernetic and the human organism
emphasizes the point that one cannot begin to properly develop new personality patterns until one becomes dehypnotized from negative impute. The dehypnosis comes with hypnosis using different suggestions. Much hypnosis comes without formal induction. It is not an exaggeration to say that we are more or less hypnotized whenever we uncritical accept an idea or statement as true. Television that shifts attentionality to Beta state acts asself-hypnosis and therefore can be used as audible or mental suggestion for reprogramming the mind toward a collective consciousness that helps one understand social norms Television allows a person to reach a hypnotic state where one can change their self-image and thereby change their life. Imagery: Imagination plays a far more important role in a person's life than most people realize. A person acts and feels not according to what things are really like, but according to the image he or she holds in in their mind about what they are like in relation to the world.A person has a certain mental image of their world ,often from popular culture and the people around them that also are influenced by the televised image. Mankind lives and behaves based on that image and this allows mankind to function as a cooperative . By the use of "Creative Imagery," a person can change their self-image. A favorite technique of Dr. Maltz was "The Theater Of The Mind." Mental pictures of the way one wants to be offers the person the opportunity to "practice" new traits and attitudes. Your subconscious mind cannot tell the difference between an actual experience,TV and one that is vividly imagined. As a person recognizes their capability ( their standing INTHE world) as it relates to the world and the manner in which collective narrative ,cues and associations help them e gage as less than ,as good as or better than one finds one begins accomplishing more now that they have stopped comparing themselves to " the ideal" .The Theater Of The Mind" can be used whether you are a visual person or not. It works just as well with those who think mostly with inner voices, sounds, and feelings.
One use of "The Theater Of The Mind" is the "step in-step out" technique. This is helpful in releasing unpleasant memories. TV can be used to incite an unpleasant memory,so one can "step out" of the memory and watch themselves as others might

A Distain for Others

"The Happening -Street Theater and Predictive Response: University of Pennsylvania Neural Narratives Dept.
Human experience is dynamic as individuals continually adjust their behavior to the demands of day-to-day living. This need to adapt to changing and challenging circumstances is inevitable, a constant fact of life, out of which emotions arise (Lazarus, 1991). Emotions are a subset of affective phenomena (other subsets are moods, attitudes, and affective traits) distinguished as brief, multi-component response systems initiated by those changes in current circumstances that are appraised, either consciously or unconsciously, to be personally significant (“good for me” or “bad for me”). The loosely-coupled component systems of emotions include cascades of changes in subjective feeling states, physiological responses in both brain and body, expressions evident on the face and in posture, as well as thought-action repertoires. These coordinated and cascading response tendencies are preserved in modern-day humans having been sculpted over millennia by natural selection to support efficient and appropriate responses to ancestrally recurrent opportunities (e.g., the kindness of others) and threats (e.g., the disdain of others).
Experimentally induced positive emotions – relative to induced neutral and negative states – broaden the scope of people’s visual attention, an effect shown through behavioral tests (Fredrickson & Branigan, 2005; Rowe, Hirsh, & Anderson, 2007), eye-tracking (Wadlinger & Isaacowitz, 2006) and now brain imaging (Schmitz et al., 2009; Soto et al., 2009). Induced positive emotions also expand people’s repertoires of desired actions (Fredrickson & Branigan, 2005)

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Human Factors

MK Ultra 1955 Human Factors / Psychophysical 
Substances or apparatus to alter physiology as to promote illogical thinking and impulsiveness to the point where the recipient would be discredited in public.
Substances or means to augment mentation and perception.
Materials and or apparatus to cause the victim to appear effeminate, haggard ,crazy, ugly .
Materials and or devices that mimic the intoxicating effect of alcohol.
Materials and means which will produce the signs and symptoms of recognized diseases in a reversible way so that they may be used for malingering, etc.
Materials and devices which will cause temporary/permanent brain damage and loss of memory.
Substances which will enhance the ability of individuals to withstand privation, torture and coercion during interrogation and so-called "brain-washing".
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.
Substances which produce physical disablement such as paralysis of the legs, acute anemia, etc.
Substances which will produce a chemical that can cause blisters.
Substances which alter personality structure in such a way that the tendency of the recipient to become dependent upon another person is enhanced.

Friday, September 15, 2017

did you mean it when you thought it?- graph the Mandlers

::::::::::::::::::::::::- I think back

good- the Mandlers graph back- KEEP IT UP THIS TIME to PROVE IT

pay it forward

Symbols ,Cues and Man
scientific perspective as the ecology of human devel- opment.-semiotics and man
1962 Augmenting Human Intellect Doug Englebart
MK Often -Toward an ExperimentalEcology of HumanDevelopment
ABSTRACT: A broader approach to research in hu- j man develop...