The CIA, Drugs, & Culture Control
May 1, 2014
( His mantra was, "Turn on, tune in, drop out." Was Tim Leary a CIA agent?)
With Illuminati banker George Soros
now promoting the legalization of pot,
we look back at how the CIA used drugs
to sedate the baby boomer generation.
In an Illuminati (i.e. Communist) state such as the US, there is no real culture, only social engineering.
by Henry Makow Ph.D
(Revises CIA Created the Drug Culture, from 2005)
David Livingstone's article yesterday, Was Surveillance the Purpose of the Internet? made me revisit the question of how the CIA controls culture, and how the Illuminati see virtual reality in Cabalistic terms.
When I met Timothy Leary in 1990, I was disillusioned. I had contacted him through his publisher and he phoned me. I went to LA especially to see him. He was my guru. I wanted to know if the utopian vision he represented was still alive.
Unfortunately, Leary was fixated on the benefits of what was then called the "information superhighway." Pioneer of LSD, his pantry table was crammed with bottles of alcohol.
He told me his "vision of God" was depicted in the last scene in William Gibson's book "Neuromancer."
"At the end of the world, all the information stored in all the computers will rise up into Cyberspace and mingle together." he said. "That's God."
Wonderful, I thought. All those airline reservations, all that trivia and human detritus mingling together. At the time I had no inkling that Cabalists believed that perception is reality, and that man creates God, i.e. man is God.
Over lunch, I tried to remind Leary of his original vision: using drugs to awaken our spiritual potential and become more God-like in behavior.
"What do you think God is?" he scoffed. "An old man with a beard?"
A disconnect had taken place. The old Leary represented a genuine spiritual awakening. The new Leary was all about mindless human meandering and drivel being equated with the Divine.
Had Leary been working for the CIA when he preached the mantra "Turn on, tune in drop out?"
Writer Mark Reibling put this question to the aged guru in 1994 after a speech in Gainesville Florida.
"They never gave me a dime," Leary replied with a pained expression, and then avoided his questioner.
Reibling believes Leary was a CIA agent and informer. The CIA promotes people who believe in a cause but are unaware they are advancing the Illuminati agenda. Funds and drugs for Leary's research came from the CIA.
In his autobiography, "Flashbacks" (1983), Leary credits Cord Meyer, the CIA executive in charge of funding the counter culture with "helping me to understand my political cultural role more clearly." In the book "Mass Control" by Jim Keith, Leary admits to being a "witting accomplice" of the CIA.
Elsewhere he says the "Liberal CIA" is the "best mafia you can deal with in the Twentieth Century." Leary clearly was working for the CIA but was also doing what he wanted-turning on.
According to Reibling, Mary Pinchot Meyer, (Cord Meyer's ex-wife and JFK's mistress) told Leary, "the CIA creates the radical journals and student organizations and runs them with deep-cover agents.... dissident organizations in academia are also controlled."
She confides that CIA has not only been running left-wing groups as fronts, but has been sponsoring more psychedelic research than he will ever know.
"You are doing exploratory work the CIA tried to do in the 1950s. So they're more than happy to have you do their research for them. Since drug research is of vital importance to the intelligence agencies of this country, you'll be allowed to go on with your experiments as long as you keep it quiet," she said.
POP CULTURE CONTRIVED TO CONTROL
After working for Civil Rights in the 1960's, I joined the rising crescendo of anti-war activity when the CIA-controlled mass media gave the signal.
In 1968, three vents deflated the anti-war movement: 1) the gut-wrenching assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy; 2) LBJ's decision not to seek reelection (his CFR handlers told him to go) and 3) the clubbing of protesters at the Democratic Convention in Chicago.
Acting with uncanny unison, (for "non-conformists") my generation gave up on "social change," became "alienated" and "turned inward."
We needed to change ourselves before we can change the world. Thanks to the CIA, Leary's mantra was heard in the mass media and drugs were plentiful.
Although it was another ten years before I tried marijuana, I experienced the "Summer of Love" hitchhiking across Canada in 1967. Maybe it was time to "hang loose" and focus on personal things. The 1970's became the "Me Decade."
MIND EXPANDING DRUGS
Although I have not taken LSD, I embraced the utopian vision of Timothy Leary and Aldous Huxley. They believed that "mind expanding" drugs could provide a genuine visionary experience and release mankind's spiritual potential. In experiments, theology students had life changing revelations; alcoholics were cured. For millennia, many cultures have used drugs to promote spirituality.
In Mexico, Leary took magic mushrooms. The experience convinced him the normal mind was "a static repetitive circuit."
"It was above all and without question the deepest religious experience of my life. I discovered that beauty, revelation, sensuality, the cellular history of the past, God, the devil, all lie inside my body, outside my mind."
This LSD-fueled vision of utopia was put into practice at the highest levels of the US government. In 1963, Cord Meyer's estranged wife Mary Pinchot Meyers was having an affair with President John F. Kennedy who had embraced LSD. Mary approached Leary for supplies and advice. She and her friends were turning on "some of the most powerful men in Washington."
In Dec. 1963, Meyer called Leary and said they killed JFK because "they couldn't control him anymore. He was changing too fast. They've covered everything up. I'm afraid. Be careful." In Oct. 1964, she was murdered by the CIA.
In the 1950's, the CIA experimented with marijuana and LSD as "truth drugs."
A decade later, in the 1960's, they used them to divert idealistic Americans from the path of social responsibility to one of introspection and self-gratification, i.e. "spiritual liberation." They neutralized my generation by turning social activists into "flower children" advocating "peace and love."
We are marionettes. The environment, fe-manism, diversity, you name it. The bankers are pulling our strings. In the case of the drug culture, they made us self absorbed and quiescent. They didn't expect many of us to find God.
I still believe that marijuana and LSD can awaken our spiritual dimension. They are truth drugs. I am confident that the widespread use of marihuana will backfire on the Illuminati and expose them for what they really are, control freaks, psychotics and megalomaniacs
YouTube Timothy Leary- The Man Who Turned On America
For more information, read "Acid Dreams: The Social History of LSD. CIA, the 60's and Beyond" by Martin Lee and Bruce Shlain.
and "Storming Heaven: LSD and the American Dream"by Jay Stevens.
First Comment from Ricky Ray:
The 60's Generation after Kent State were bored and the Thrill was gone and they graduated and worked for the Man in that "Me Generation" of the 70's and could have long feathered haircuts wearing polyester bell-bottom suits and stack shoes and the disenfranchised Vietnam Vets came home to be spit on by these effete little spoiled University bastards and NO ticker-tape parades like WWII Vets thus NO Rite of Passage back into Society and they overall were never able to adjust to Society and were left desolate.
Leary was different after his prison experience and he lived as parasite off the next generations to his death in 1997 leaving a dead legacy of hoof-prints no different than his idol, Aleister Crowley.
I watched the 60's Generation go from Activism to Hedonism that 70's Decade not knowing the implications then but saw it was NOT the path to follow.
It was an interesting article but I see Timothy Leary quite differently than that generation so jaded to this day.
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