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Klassische psychologische Experimente

Liste der klassischen Experimente in der Psychologie
༺༻JahrPsychologisches ExperimentExperimentator / StudienleiterLebenszeit
1.1948Selbsterfüllende ProphezeiungRobert K. Merton(1910-2003)1
2.1956Kognitive DissonanzLeon Festinger et al.(1919-1989)2
3.1956Theorie der KonformitätSolomon Asch(1907-19963
4.1959Theorie der Zwangserfüllung
Forced Compliance
Leon Festinger
James M. Carlsmith
(1919-1989)
(*1959)4
5.1963Theorie der BewusstseinskontrolleRobert Jay Lifton(*1926)5
6.1966Behavioristische Verstärkerpläne:
Theorie der Kontrollüberzeugungen
Julian B. Rotter(*1916)6
7.1966Selektive WahrnehmungRaul Hernandez-Peon(1924-1968)7
8.1969DeindividuationPhilip G. Zimbardo(*1933)8
9.1972Rosenhan-Experiment
Zuverlässigkeit der psychiatrischen Diagnose von Patienten
David Rosenhan(1929-2012)
10.1974AttributionstheorienIrving B. Weiner(*1933)9
11.1974Gehorsamkeitsbereitschaft gegenüber AutoritätenStanley Milgram(1933-1984)10
12.1975Experiment der erlernten HilflosigkeitMartin Seligman, Ph.D.(*1942)11
13.1979Libet-ExperimentBenjamin Libet(1916-2007)
Quellen:
► G. Krampen, IPC-Fragebogen zu Kontrollüberzeugungen, Hogrefe, Göttingen, 1981
► U. Klages, Fragebogen irrationaler Einstellungen (FIE), Hogrefe, Göttingen, 1989
► D. Beckmann, E. Brähler, H.-E. Richter, Der Gießen-Test (GT), 4. überarbeitete Auflage Verlag Hans Huber,  Bern, 1990
Diagnostisches und Statistisches Manual Psychischer Störungen. DSM IV, 2. verbesserte Auflage Hogrefe, Göttingen, Herausgeber American Psychiatric Association, 1998
Source: ► Carol Giambalvo, article Post-Cult Problems: An Exit Counselor's Perspective, published by AFF News, volume 01, No. 02, 1995, cited in: Micheal Langone, Ph.D., US American counseling psychologist specialized in research about "cultic" groups and psychological manipulation, executive director of the International Cultic Studies Association (ICSA), editor of the journal Cultic Studies Review (editor), Recovery from Cults. Help for Victims of Psychological and Spiritual Abuse, W. W. Norton & Company, New York, 1st edition 17. June 1995
Quelle: ► de.Wikipedia Eintrag Liste der klassischen Experimente in der Psychologie
Siehe auch: ► Psychologie

Kontrolldramen – Roman Die Prophezeiungen von Celestine


Kalenderblatt August, Herzog des Duc de Berry (1412-1416)

Der 1993 veröffentlichter Roman Die Prophezeiungen von Celestine von James Redfield, der bis Mai 2005 weltweit über 20 Millionen mal verkauft wurde, erläutert vier so genannte Kontroll-Dramen:

 

  • Der Vernehmungsbeamter,
  • Der Einschüchterer,
  • Der Unnahbare und
  • Das Arme-Ich oder Opfer.

 

Der US-amerikanische Soziologe James Redfield (*1950) postuliert, dass jeder Mensch unbewusst eines dieser Verhaltensmuster übernimmt, um an die Energie der Mitmenschen zu kommen. Das wurde in der vierten Erkenntnis Der Kampf um Macht beschrieben. Um die Kontrollmuster zu kontrollieren beziehungsweise zu überwinden, muss man sich die göttliche Energie, die universelle Energiequelle, bewusst machen.

Konflikteskalation – Friedrich Glas


Die neun Stufen der Konflikteskalation nach Friedrich Glas
~ Rosenkrieg ~

KonfliktstufeVerhandungsebeneStadiumBeschreibungVerständigungs-
ebene
Stufe 1___1ModerationVerhärtungSpannungen, Aufeinanderprallen von MeinungenWin-Win
Stufe 2___1ModerationPolarisation und DebatteKonfliktpartner überlegen argumentative Strategien; Streit; DruckWin-Win
Stufe 3___1ModerationTaten statt WorteDruck nimmt zu; Gesprächsabbruch; Stillstand der Kommunikation, KonfliktverschärfungWin-Win
Stufe 4___2Sozio-therapeutische ProzessbegleitungSorge um Image – KoalitionenSympathisantensuche; Denunziation des Anderen; Sachebene verlagert sich auf Personenebene (Ad hominem-Angriff)Win-Lose
Stufe 5___2Sozio-therapeutische Prozessbegleitung
Vermittlung / Mediation
GesichtsverlustIdentitätsvernichtung, Verlust des Gesichts und der moralischen Glaubwürdigkeit des Gegners; vollständiger VertrauensverlustWin-Lose
Stufe 6___2Sozio-therapeutische Prozessbegleitung
Vermittlung / Mediation
Schiedsverfahren / Gerichtliches Verfahren
DrohstrategienKontrolle durch Drohungen
vonseiten der Konfliktparteien
Win-Lose
Stufe 7___3Vermittlung / Mediation
Schiedsverfahren / Gerichtliches Verfahren
Machteingriff
Begrenzte VernichtungsschlägeMassive Schädigung des entmenschlicht wahrgenommenen Gegners; Hinnahme eines begrenzten eigenen SchadensLose-Lose
Stufe 8___3Schiedsverfahren / Gerichtliches Verfahren
Machteingriff
ZersplitterungZerstörung des Gegners durch VernichtungsaktionenLose-Lose
Stufe 9___3MachteingriffGemeinsam in den AbgrundDie eigene Vernichtung wird in Kauf genommen, um den Gegner zu beseitigen.Lose-Lose
Quelle: ► Prof. Friedrich Glasl (*1941) österreichischer Professor für Ökonomie, Organisationsberater, Konfliktforscher, Quelle allgemein

Zitate zum Thema Kontrolle / Control

Zitate allgemein

Appell

  • Du hast die Wahl, doch nicht die Kontrolle. Mündliche Aussage von Dr. phil. Ihaleakala Hew Len, hawaiianischer Meisterlehrer von Self Identity through Ho'oponopono (SITH), Internet-Rundfunkinterview, Quelle und Datum unbekannt
  • Der ganze Prozess der Einweihung ermöglicht dem Menschen, fünf wesentliche Wahrheiten zu erleben.
    1. Das Leben ist hart.
    2. Du bist nicht so wichtig.
    3. Dein Leben dreht sich nicht um dich.
    4. Du hast keine Kontrolle.
    5. Du wirst sterben.
Richard Rohr cac.org (*1943) US-amerikanischer Franziskanerpater, Enneagrammlehrer, An Interview With Fr. Richard Rohr. Eight Times Blessed, präsentiert von Reid Baer, 2005

 

  • Den Strom des Lebens trägt keiner in der Tasche. Matthias Varga von Kibéd (*1950) deutscher Logiker, Wissenschaftstheoretiker
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Siehe auch die Forschungsergebnisse von:

► David R. Hawkins Skala des Bewusstseins (genauer: Vier Entwicklunggsstadien der menschlichen Erfahrung)
► Dr. David Logan Stamm 4 und 5

  • 15% der Menschheit können nicht via Bewusstseinskontrolle manipuliert werden. Sie sind in jeder Rasse zu finden und weisen eine leicht veränderte DNS-Struktur auf [Paraphrasiert, nicht wörtlich zitiert]. Pete Peterson
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Vgl.:

Einsteins Problemlösungsmodell, Umschlagspunkt-Faktor "Tipping point"

Cliff High, US-amerikanischer Linguist, Webbot-Prognostiker, zit. in: Videointerview Creativity versus Control, präsentiert von Conscious Media Network Gastgeberin, Regina Meredith, 35:57 Minuten Dauer, November 2009

 

  • Trotz der prinzipiellen Unvorhersagbarkeit spielen Sicherheitsstrategien und internationale Think-Tanks seit einigen Jahren geradezu obsessiv diverse Weltuntergangsszenarien durch, in der Hoffnung, Wege zu finden, um das System noch kontrollieren zu können. Sie haben noch nicht begriffen, dass die Epoche der Kontrolle vorbei ist. Die Vision eines globalen Systemmanagements – einer 'global governance' – zerfällt vor unseren Augen und weicht panischen ad hoc- Maßnahmen: hier eine Militäraktion gegen 'Rebellen' und 'Terroristen', dort ein Rettungspaket für Zombie-Banken; hier die Jubelmeldung über ein neues Ölfeld in der schmelzenden Arktis, dort ein abstruser Geo-Engineering-Plan aus dem Kabinett des Dr. Seltsam. Fabian Scheidler (*1968) deutscher Mitbegründer des unabhängigen Fernsehmagazins Kontext TV, freischaffender Autor für Printmedien, Fernsehen, Theater und Oper, Das Ende der Megamaschine. Geschichte einer scheiternden Zivilisation, Promedia, 6. Auflage 16. November 2015

 


Kontrollltaste
  • Groß ist die Wahrheit, größer aber, vom praktischen Gesichtspunkt, ist das Verschweigen der Wahrheit.   Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) britisch-US-amerikanischer Kulturkritiker, Humanist, Pazifist, Visionär, parapsychologisch-philosophischer Schriftsteller, Schöne neue Welt, Vorwort, 1946

 

  • Die bewusste und intelligente Manipulation der organisierten Gewohnheiten und Meinungen der Massen ist ein wichtiges Element in der demokratischen Gesellschaft. Wer die ungesehenen Gesellschaftsmechanismen manipuliert, bildet eine unsichtbare Regierung, welche die wahre Herrschermacht unseres Landes ist. Wir werden regiert, unser Verstand geformt, unsere Geschmäcker gebildet, unsere Ideen größtenteils von Männern suggeriert, von denen wir nie gehört haben. Dies ist ein logisches Ergebnis der Art wie unsere demokratische Gesellschaft organisiert ist. Große Menschenzahlen müssen auf diese Weise kooperieren, wenn sie in einer ausgeglichen funktionierenden Gesellschaft zusammenleben sollen. In beinahe jeder Handlung unseres Lebens, ob in der Sphäre der Politik oder bei Geschäften, in unserem sozialen Verhalten und unserem ethischen Denken werden wir durch eine relativ geringe Zahl an Personen dominiert, welche die mentalen Prozesse und Verhaltensmuster der Massen verstehen. Sie sind es, die die Fäden ziehen, welche das öffentliche Denken kontrollieren.   Edward Bernays (1891-1995) US-amerikanischer Cheftheoretiker des Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, London, Pionier der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und politischen Propaganda, Public Relations-Berater, Neffe des Begründer der Psychoanalyse Sigmund Freud, Propaganda, Kapitel 1, S. 9-10, 1928

General quotes

No human soul shall control another soul and everything shall be in the hands of God.  
Shakir (translation): The day on which no soul shall control anything for (another) soul; and the command on that day shall be entirely Allah's. Koran, Surah 82, 19 – Al-Infitar

 

Paul the Apostle [Saul of Tarsus, Saint Paul] (5-67 AD): For this reason, and because the angels are watching, a woman should wear a covering on her head to show she is under authority. 1 Corinthians 11:10 (NT) New Living Translation, 2007

 

Personal avowals

  • My work with patients over decades as well as my understanding of historical developments have led me to the conviction that all "high" cultures are built on power and violence and are driven by psychological mechanisms that determine human behavior. Underpinning our "high" culture are our efforts to control the world, to possess, to dominate, and simultaneously to create mechanisms that allow us to deny and disguise our real motives. Article by Arno Gruen (1923-2015) German-Swiss psychologist, psychoanalyst, critic of civilization, author, The Need to Punish. The Political Consequences of Identifying with the Aggressor, PDF, presented at Martti Siirala's 80th birthday deminar, Helsinki, Finland, 30. November 2002

 

  • I claim not to have controlled events, but confess plainly that events have controlled me. Now, at the end of three years struggle the nation's condition is not what either party, or any man devised, or expected. God alone can claim it. Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) assassinated 16th US President (1861-1865), abolisher of slavery, cited in: David Herbert Donald, We Are Lincoln Men. Abraham Lincoln and His Friends, S. 514, Simon & Schuster, 2003

 

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Secret cabal pulling the strings

  • Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men*s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it. Thomas Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) 28th US American president during World War I (1913-1921), The New Freedom. A Call for the Emancipation of the Generous Energies of a People, section I "The Old Order Changeth", S. 13, Doubleday, 1913

 

  • We [the United States] have restricted credit, we have restricted opportunity, we have controlled development, and we have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the civilized world no longer a Government by free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men. Thomas Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) 28th US American president during World War I (1913-1921), The New Freedom. A Call for the Emancipation of the Generous, S. 201, 1913

 

Claims

 

  • To repress rebellion is to maintain the status quo, a condition which binds the mortal creature in a state of intellectual or physical slavery. But it is impossible to chain man merely by slaving his body; the mind also must be held, and to accomplish this, fear is the accepted weapon. The common man must fear life, fear death, fear God, fear the Devil, and fear most the overlords, the keepers of his destiny. Manly Palmer Hall (1901-1990) Canadian-born author, mystic, occultist, 33rd degree Freemason

 

 

  • The unconscious appearance of an intention to act could not be controlled consciously. Only it's final consummation in a motor act could be consciously controlled. Benjamin Libet (1916-2007) US American physiologist, pioneering human consciousness researcher, University of California (UCSF), San Francisco, Mind time. The temporal factor in consciousness, S. ?, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 28. October 2005

 

 

  • In the realm of sexuality, the two prevalent ways control is exerted are through promulgating either celibacy or promiscuity. [...] both serve the same function: they minimize the possibilities of people bonding deeply with each other, thus reducing factors that compete with the guru for attention. Joel Kramer (*1937), Diana Alstad, US American author couple, The Guru Papers. Masks of Authoritarian Power, S. 92, Frog Ltd. North Atlantic Books, 1st edition 20. May 1993

 

  • The difference between the way the red man does science and the way the white man does science is interesting.
➢ The white man isolates a piece of nature and takes it into the laboratory to study it because he wants to control it.
➢ The red man goes into nature because his purpose is to integrate with it. Gregory Cajete, Ph.D., US American Tewa Indian, professor of philosophy and social science education, sociologist, biologist, intermediary between indigenous and Western scientific perspectives, Look to the Mountain. An Ecology of Indigenous Education, in a private conversation with Dr. Elisabet Sahtouris, Greek geobiologist

 

  • The sick individual finds himself at home with all other similarly sick individuals. The whole culture is geared to this kind of pathology. The result is that the average individual does not experience the separateness and isolation the fully schizophrenic person feels. He feels at ease among those who suffer from the same deformation; in fact, it is the fully sane person who feels isolated in the insane society — and he may suffer so much from the incapacity to communicate that it is he who may become psychotic. Erich Fromm (1900-1980) German US American social psychologist, psychoanalyst, humanistic philosopher, author, Anatomy of Human Destructiveness, 1973, Holt Paperbacks, 15. February 1992

 

  • When in group narcissism the object is not the individual but the group to which he belongs. […] The assertion that "my country" (or nation, or religion) is the most wonderful, the most cultural, the most powerful, the most peace-loving, etc. does not sound crazy at all; on the contrary, it sounds like an expression of patriotism, faith and loyalty. Erich Fromm (1900-1980) German American social psychologist, psychoanalyst, humanistic philosopher, author, source unknown

 

  • Organizations of all kinds are cluttered with control mechanisms that paralyze employees and leaders alike. Where have all these policies, procedures, protocols, laws, and regulations come from? And why is it so difficult to avoid creating more, even as we suffer from the terrible confines of over-control? These mechanisms seem to derive from our fear, our fear of one another, of a harsh competitive world, and of the natural processes of growth and change that confront us daily. Years of such fear have resulted in these byzantine systems. We never effectively control people with these systems, but we certainly stop a lot of good work from getting done. Article by Margaret J. Wheatley, Ed.D. margaretwheatley.com (*1941) US American associate professor of management, researcher on organizational behavior, leadership consultant, co-founder and president emerita of the global charitable foundation The Berkana Institute, speaker, author, Goodbye, Command and Control. Leader to Leader, July 1997

 

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The myth of supremacist ‘real men’

  • The capacity for control is a cultural standard against which all men are measured and judged, especially by other men, who authorize their standing as ‘real men’ among men, a status that sets them apart from and above women who are presumed to lack a manly capacity for control, especially over their emotions. Men are presumed to be superior to women because of men’s supposed ability always to be in control – to be tough, logical, dispassionate, objective, and decisive; to be in charge of themselves and whatever situation they’re in; to always be right, to never quit, give in, back down, accept defeat, admit a mistake, or in any other way be vulnerable. And, if necessary, to be violent. Allan G. Johnson, Ph.D., US American sociologist, public speaker, novelist, writer on social inequality, Men’s Silence about Men’s Violence, press conference Purple Tie Day, State Capitol, Hartford, Connecticut, 26. October 2010

 

  • The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the real driving force of our country.
    We are governed, our minds are forged, dictated our tastes, our ideas suggested largely by men we have never heard of. […] [I]n almost all our activities of daily life, whether in politics or business our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by a relatively small portion of people […] who understand the mental processes and patterns of social masses. It is they who are pulling the strings that control public mind [opinion], who harness old social forces and contrive new ways to bind and guide the world. Edward Bernays (1891-1995) US American pioneer in the field of public relations and propaganda, forerunner of political marketing, founder of the public institutional propaganda, Propaganda, chapter 1, S. 9-10, 1928

 

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Said to be from an informal talk at the University of Texas in the 1920s, but as yet unverified

  • Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin. The bankers own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create money, and with the flick of the pen they will create enough deposits to buy it back again. However, take away from them the power to create money and all the great fortunes like mine will disappear and they ought to disappear, for this would be a happier and better world to live in. But, if you wish to remain the slaves of bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create money. Josiah Charles Stamp, 1st Baron Stamp (1880-1941) British civil servant, industrialist, director of the Bank of England (1928-1941), economist, statistician, writer, cited in: Silas Walter Adams, The legalized crime of banking and a constitutional remedy, pp. 13, 30, 58, 90, 246, Meador, Boston, 1958

 

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Hinweise auf Entsprechungen:

See also the findings of
► ⚡ David R. Hawkins, US American psychiatrist, teacher of enlightenment, Map of Consciouness (more explicitely: Vier Entwicklunggsstadien der menschlichen Erfahrung
► Dr. David Logan, US American management researcher, counselor, Tribe 4 and 5.

  • [Paraphrased] 15% of mankind cannot be manipulated by mind control. They exist in every race with a slightly different DNA. Dr. Pete Peterson
  • 15% of mankind are looking for new solutions. (Tipping point factor) Cliff High, US American linguist, webbot prognostician, cited in: Video interview Creativity versus Control, presented by Regina Meredith, US American founder and executive producer of Conscious Media Network, 35:57 minutes duration, November 2009

 

  • Objectification is a critical reason why an abuser tends to get worse over time. As his conscience adapts to one level of cruelty – or violence – he builds to the next. By depersonalizing his partner, the abuser protects himself from the natural human emotions of guilt and empathy, so that he can sleep at night with a clear conscience. He distances himself so far from her humanity that her feelings no longer count, or simply cease to exist. Lundy Bancroft, US American consultant on domestic abuse and child maltreatment, workshop leader, author, Why Does He Do That? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men, Berkley Books, reprint edition 2. September 2003

 

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Male superiority as a God given right

 

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Pressuring uniformity

  • The nail that sticks up will be hammered down. Japanese proverb

 

  • Who controls the energy controls nations,
    who controls the food supply controls the people,
    who controls money controls the world.
Interview about his autobiography Years of Upheaval with Henry Kissinger (*1923) German-born US American political scientist, diplomat, US secretary of state (1969-1977), Nobel Peace Prize recipient, 1973, presented by British Sunday newspaper The Observer, 1983

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

Caveat: See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

  • Man thinks he lives by virtue of the forces he can control, but in fact he is governed by power from unrevealed sources, power over which he has no control. Because power is effortless, it goes unseen and unsuspected. Force is experienced through the senses; power can be recognized only through inner awareness. Man is immobilized in his present condition by his alignment with enormously powerful attractor energy patterns, which he himself unconsciously sets in motion. Moment by moment, he is suspended at this state of evolution, restrained by the energies of force, impelled by the energies of power. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, Veritas Publishing issue, Preface, S. 12; Introduction, S. 37-38, Hay House, February 2002

 

  • Whereas ordinary mental functioning could be typified as a constant effort to 'get', spiritual realization is totally effortless, passive, and spontaneous. It is received rather than gotten. By analogy, when sound stops, the silence reveals itself. It cannot be gotten by effort or endeavor. With mentation, there is the capacity to control, but with revelation, there is no control at all. No control is possible where there is nothing to control and there is no means to apply control, even if it were possible. That which is formless cannot be manipulated. Dr. David R. Hawkins, I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 338, 2003

 


 

  • When you sit down to meditate, you notice that the mind is constantly racing and running around and a lot of teachings try to teach you have to control it. You can't control it. You don't have any control over the mind. The mind exists of its own nature and it just runs about and does its own thing, just like the body does. There's no point to try to control it. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Sedona Seminar Causality: The Ego’s Foundation, 3 DVD set, January 2002

 

  • Fear has to do with not knowing that you're safe at all times. The mind will try to justify that fear as a rational decision. It's based on control, trying to control the future. As you get more sophisticated, you realize that survival is a function of the spirit, not of the ego. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Sedona Seminar Thought and Ideation, 3 DVD set, 28. February 2004

 

 

  • Question: Am I in control of my body and my healing?
    Answer: Yes and No. […] The fact that you are created as a human is subject to the laws / karma of protoplasm. […] You can control, you can transcend things within a certain context. […] Within a certain context and to a certain degree all things are possible. At the same time they are not. […] It's the error of mixing levels. […] You can walk on water at this level, if you try it on that level you are drowned. What's true at one level is not true on another level. […] The spiritual sophistication is the discernment of levels. At the [consciousness] level of 600 you stop mixing levels. […]
    You see what applies to the abstract level may not necessarily apply to the concrete. […] It is true but only within a certain context. [Limitations are humanness, protoplasm, gender, age, space and time.]
    […] Your capacity to control or change things is quite limited actually. On the one hand the miraculous is possible and yet at the same time you're not really limited either. They seem like conflicting statements, but actually they are not. They are two different contexts. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Sedona Satsang Q&A, 2 CD set, audio sample, 7. January 2009

 

  • The first thing to develop a peaceful nature is to give up and let go of wanting to change and control other people. […] You can let go wanting to get even if you understand Divine Justice. […] All things have their own karmic pay-off and you don't have to do anything. It's not necessary to bring down your enemies because they will bring themselves down by their own hand. [...] The minute you get even with them or conquer them you now have the karma of that. Video presentation by Dr. David R. Hawkins, Prescott Seminar Peace [LoC 565], lecture 3, 3 DVD set, 8. August 2009 – Let go of wanting to change other people, YouTube film, minute 0:17 and 1:49, 2:57 minutes duration, posted by LftUP 8. May 2011

Quotes by Aldous Huxley

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Note:

The Secret History of Magic Mushrooms, Gnostic Media, 2012, March 2013

Personal avowals

 

  • My own belief is that, though they may start by being something of an embarrassment, these new mind changers (psychedelic drugs) will tend in the long run to deepen the spiritual life of the communities in which they are available. […] From being an activity mainly concerned with symbols, religion will be transformed into an activity concerned mainly with experience and intuition. Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) English US American visionary humanist, pacifist, poet, essayist, writer on parapsychology and philosophical mysticism, 1958
  • Never before have so few been in a position to make fools, maniacs, or criminals of so many. Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) English US American visionary humanist, pacifist, poet, essayist, writer on parapsychology and philosophical mysticism, The Devils of Loudan, non-fiction novel, 1952

 


Illustration of "The Scorpion and the Turtle",
Persian fables of Bidpai, Kalilah and Dimna, 1847
  • The twenty-first century will be the era of the World Controllers. […] The older dictators fell because they could never supply their subjects with enough bread, enough circuses, enough miracles, and mysteries. Under a scientific dictatorship, education will really work. […] most men and women will grow up to love their servitude and will never dream of revolution. There seems to be no good reason why a thoroughly scientific dictatorship should ever be overthrown. Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) English US American visionary humanist, pacifist, poet, essayist, writer on parapsychology and philosophical mysticism, Brave New World Revisited, Harper & Brothers, US, 1958; Chatto & Windus, United Kingdom, 1959

 

  • It is perfectly possible for a man to be out of prison, and yet not free – to be under no physical constraint and yet to be a psychological captive, compelled to think, feel and act as the representatives of the national state, or of some private interest within the nation, wants him to think, feel and act.
    The nature of psychological compulsion is such that those who act under constraint remain under the impression that they are acting on their own initiative. The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. That he is not free is apparent only to other people. Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) English US American visionary humanist, pacifist, poet, essayist, writer on parapsychology and philosophical mysticism, Brave New World Revisited, Harper & Brothers, US, 1958; Chatto & Windus, United Kingdom, 1959

 

  • Within the next generation I believe that the world's rulers will discover that infant conditioning and narco-hypnosis are more efficient, as instruments of government, than clubs and prisons, and that the lust for power can be just as completely satisfied by suggesting people into loving their servitude as by flogging and kicking them into obedience. Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) English US American visionary humanist, pacifist, poet, essayist, writer on parapsychology and philosophical mysticism, in a letter, 1949, to George Orwell [Eric Arthur Blair] (1903-1950) English journalist, essayist, writer; cited in: In the future, I’m right: Letter from Aldous Huxley to George Orwell over 1984 novel sheds light on their different ideas, presented by Mail Online, Rob King, 7. March 2012

Englische Texte – English section on Control

Six pillars of morality – Jonathan Haidt

The former associate professor of Positive Psychology at University of Virginia Jonathan Haidt was the winner of the
Templeton Prize in Positive Psychology in 2001 and the winner of the Virginia "Outstanding Faculty Award" in 2004.
Building on the work of cultural anthropologist Richard Shweder, the results of a survey via a questionnaire
completed by 23.000 Americans
were published in his book The Happiness Hypothesis.
Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom
, Perseus Books, 1st edition 31. October 2005
Six foundations of ethics and morality
Jonathan Haidt and Craig Joseph
PillarFocusEthical values
and their antagonists
LegendPolitical orientations/tendencies /
US parties
1.CommunityCareHarmCherishing and protecting others70% interestLiberalsConservatives
2.CommunityFairness
Proportionality
Reciprocity
CheatingRendering justice according to shared rules30% interestLiberalsConservatives
3.CommunityLibertyOppressionLoathing of Rankismus/tyranny LiberalsConservatives
4.FamilyLoyalty
Ingroup
SubversionStanding with your group, family, nationTribal psychologyN/AConservatives
5.FamilyAuthority
Respect
BetrayalObeying tradition and legitimate authority N/AConservatives
6.ReligionPurity
Sanctity
Inviolability
Humiliation
Degradation
Abhorrence for disgusting things, foods, actions N/AConservatives

 

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Religious conservatives are happier.

  • "It doesn't matter who is in the White House. Conservative, religious people are happier. Conservatives participate in denser, more binding structures." Video presentation by Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D. (*1963) US American professor of social, cultural and moral psychology and ethical leadership, New York University Stern School of Business, author, Morality: 2012, location 2012: Stories from the Near Future conference, sponsored by the New Yorker, Newyorker.com, host Henry Finder, posted 7. May 2007   Discussing the five (six) foundations of morality

 

References featuring Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D. (*1963) US American professor of social, cultural and moral psychology and ethical leadership, New York University Stern School of Business, author
Video TV interview Jonathan Haidt Explains Our Contentious Culture, presented by US American TV show Moyers & Company, host Bill Moyers (*1934) US American political commentator, journalist, YouTube film, 47:09 minutes duration, posted by TheEthanwashere 13. June 2012
Followup book: The Righteous Mind. Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion, Vintage, 2012
Reference: en.Wikipedia entry Moral Foundations Theory
Siehe auch: ► Sechs Säulen der Ethik – Jonathan Haidt

Crowd manipulation

Methods of manipulation
༺༻Manipulation toolRemark
1.Obfuscation
2.Worldview poisoning
3.Exploitation of primal fearsFour primal fears: fear of darkness, predators, abandonment, chaos
4.Divide and conquer tactic
5.IndoctrinationWestern education is almost entirely left-brained.
6.Controlled opposition Two-party illusion, two wings of the same bird
7.Financial system
8.Control of mass media
9.Sickening "food" and "medicine"
10.Illusion of time
11.Denial Hassle Ridicule (D-H-R factor) Civil cowardness, cognitive dissonance
12.Binding religion Organized cultural religions, money, scientism, politics-government, New Age movement
13.Subversive symbolism
14.Chaos sorcery
Source: ► Video presentation What On Earth Is Happening? by Mark Passio, US American freedom activist, independent researcher, former awakened priest in the church of Satan, conference organizer, radio talk show host, public speaker, Occult Influence, Mind Control & Astrotheology – WOEIH, part 2 of 4, recorded by Top Girl Productions, Karen DeBiasse and David Simmons, December 2008, YouTube film, minute 32:55, 2:59:40 duration, posted 21. March 2012

Correcting common New Age misconceptions

Reorienting one's manipulated mindset
༺༻New Age misconceptionCorrection
1.Ignore the negative! Seeing the negative for what it is creates the ability to prepare oneself against its harmful affects, and possibly even avert those affects entirely. Refusing to look at critical information just because it makes you feel scared or uncomfortable is willfully choosing to remain in a state of ignorance, and therefore to remain un-conscious.
2.Never get angry! We have a moral guidance system for a reason. Watching an innocent person be tortured, or seeing animals being abused will naturally evoke anger in a morally sound individual, not to be mistaken for something that needs to be shut out, but something to be channeled productively. Righteous indignation (when one senses injustice) can be a major motivation to create positive change in the world.
3.There Is no right
and wrong!
There most certainly is objective right and wrong, and although we share unity as beings on the same planet or similar spiritual journeys, everything is NOT okay. This way of thinking, known as moral relativism, is not only delusional but dangerous. This makes people feel comfortable and justified in failing to take responsibility for their actions (or lack of actions) and the effects that has on others.
4.There is no truth!
Perception is reality.
While the solipsistic ideology is often confused for a high-minded philosophical outlook, it is really nothing more than a way for one to be vastly disconnected from reality. Objective reality DOES exist. The truth CAN be known. One's perception and actual reality are not one in the same. How one perceives reality only changes how they perceive it – it can not and will never change what is actually taking place.
5.What you resist persists.
So don't resist!
Resistance itself is not a bad thing. In fact, it is necessary if we want to take back our power and control over our lives, and ensure the safety of the planet and future generations. If we do not resist evil that is destroying the good in the world, freedom, health, happiness – it will continue to, then nothing will change or improve.
Sources:
Common New Age Misconceptions You Need To Understand, presented by Erin Janus, 25. March 2015
► Video presentation Mark Passio speaks to the New Age, the Naive, the Misinformed and the Trolls, podcast WhatonEarthisHappening, aired 2. February 2013, YouTube audio, 1:37:26 duration, posted 15. April 2013
► Extended YouTube podcast, animated video presentation New Age Bullshit And The Suppression Of The Sacred Masculine, Free Your Mind 2 conference, Philadelphia, 27. April 2013, YouTube film, 7:03:33 duration, posted 11. August 2013
10 "New" Age deceptions promoting slave think and inhibiting understanding of Natural Law

Grassroots cultural transformation

Grassroots solutions of change
༺༻Transformative actionRemark
1.Healing one's adopted worldview.Overcoming apathy. Caring. Shamans and medicine men are world view healers.
2.Changing one's quality of attention.Getting in-formed via the Internet to become re-formed.
Hyp-Gnosis and Fascination◊Fasci-nation◊Fascist nation and TranceFormation
3.Developing one's true present moment awareness.Being in the moment and seeing the big picture.
Two thieves at Golgatha: regret of the past, anxiety of the future
4.Changing one's diet.Organic food intake. No GMO food.
5.Detaching oneself from the monetary system.Practicing local barter. Defying unconstitutional income tax.
6.Practicing non-support of dominators and dominator culture. Predominantly dominator-oppressors are most imbalanced, brain-damaged, oppressed. Control by external authority is not the answer. Defying of wars i.e. human sacrifice rituals. War is a scam to make the rich richer. Women's dialog with and support of men is essential.
7.Developing mindfulness. Relinquishing control, meditating-contemplating, and living in harmony with the truth
8.Using entheogens in conscious context. Respectfully and consciously communing with natural (illegal) psychoactive compounds that alter consciousness; Taking a sacrament is an active communion with another consciousness.
En-Theo-Gen: to create Divine within; Sacrament: making the mind whole
9.Practicing positive thinking. Knowing change is possible.
10.Helping others to their awakening. Re-specting (self-inspection), self-remembering, taking response-ability for other=self (being born in con-science = common sense, to con-verse=changing together)
Coming back to Oneness = A-tone-ment: depart from◊create noise◊mind: breaking away from making mental noise
Source: ► Video presentation by Mark Passio, US American freedom activist, independent researcher, former awakened priest in the church of Satan, conference organizer, radio talk show host, public speaker, What On Earth Is Happening?, part 4 of 4, recorded by Top Girl Productions, Karen DeBiasse and David Simmons, December 2008, YouTube film, minute 0:36:08, 1:48:56 duration, posted 24. September 2012

 

Links zum Thema Kontrolle / Control

Literatur

Mindcontrol

Literature (engl.)

Externe Weblinks

  • Wikipedia-Einträge Kontrolle, Kontrollüberzeugung von Julian B. Rotter
    Das Konstrukt der Lokation der Kontrolle (Locus of control) von Julian B. Rotter (1966) entpricht der Überzeugung, dass das eigene Handeln den Erhalt eines Verstärkers beeinflusst bzw. nicht beeinflusst. Aufgrund dessen werden Kontrollüberzeugungen als eine der Determinanten der Erfolgserwartung gesehen. Es handelt sich um die Überzeugung, die Erfüllung eines Zieles durch das eigene Handeln beeinflussen zu können, unabhängig von der spezifischen Natur des Zieles bzw. des Verstärkers.

  • Ehemaliger Verteidigungsminister Kanadas zur Geheimhaltung außerirdischer Technologien, präsentiert von extremnews.com, Manuel Schmidt , 19. Juli 2012  
    Paul Hellyer (*1923) kanadischer Unternehmer, ehemaliger internationaler Banker, Ingenieur, Politiker (Abgeordneter von drei Parteien), mehrfach Minister, Verteidigungsminister (1963-1967), Autor: : "Wenn wir sie [Außerirdische] wie freundliche Nachbarn und Partner im Kosmos anstatt als Feinde behandeln würden [...], dann gibt es keinen Zweifel, dass wir das System in 10 Jahren verändern könnten – was wir auch müssen – WENN wir auch das Geldsystem [Zins- und Zinseszinsproblematik]  verändern, damit wir das Geld haben, um dies zu tun!"

External web links (engl.)


Audio- und Videolinks – Bewusstseinskontrolle

  • Videointerview mit Dr. med. Rauni Kilde (1939-2015) finnische Ärztin, ehemalige Gesundheitsministerin, Referentin zu Themen der Parapsychologie, Ufologie und Bewusstseinskontrolle seit 1982, Autorin, MindControl, präsentiert vom deutschen TV-Bildungskanal Bewusst.TV, Gastgeber Jo Conrad (*1958) deutscher TV-Moderator, esoterischer Autor, YouTube Film, 14:50 Minuten Dauer, 16. März 2012

Audio- und Videolinks – UFO Enthüllung (Disclosure)

Audio and video links (engl.)

The games of Monopoly and Musical Chairs illustrate the system of white supremacist privilege and unhealthy domination of straight white men and relationship between individuals and social systems.

The so called New World Order is "the aristocracy of purpose between North American and European elites" connected with the Black Eagle Trust consortium of 700 world banks.

Testing the dark side of authority-obedience: Milgram experiment and other harm-inducing human behavior experiments

Stanley Milgram (1933-1984) US American social psychologist: "How was it possible that ordinary people ... can act callously, inhumanely without any limitations of conscience? Under what conditions would a person obey authority who commanded actions that went against conscience?"  Minute 2:10

Audio and video links (engl.) – Mind control

  • Video interview with Sholmo Shoham, raised in strict Jewish traditions, Israelian youngest ever judge in Israel's history, leader of the Commission for Future Generations in the Knesset, Zen practitioner, peace lover, The Soul of Future Generations, presented by US American Conscious Media Network via Gaiam TV, host Regina Meredith, 47:59 minutes duration, February 2006   Subject to fee

Warning: This interview is recommended for mature listeners only.

Warning: This interview is recommended for mature listeners only.

Warning: This interview is recommended for mature listeners only.

Audio and video links (engl.) – UFO Disclosure

Anonymous affirms that some of the Blue Book cases were completely fictitious. He and his CIA superior were allowed inside the secretive Area 51 in Nevada to gather intel and report back to presidents Eisenhower and Nixon. They witnessed several alien spacecraft, including the craft that crashed in Roswell, New Mexico. At the S-4 facility southwest of Area 51 they observed live extraterrestrials.
Source: Above testimony will be included in an upcoming documentary titled Truth Embargo.


 

Interne Links

Englisch Wiki

Hawkins

 

 

1 Merton, R.K., The self-fulfilling prophecy, The Antioch Review, # 8, S. 193-210, 1948

2 Leon Festinger ||(1919-1989) US American social psychologist, known for cognitive dissonance and social comparison theory, Stanley Schachter (1922-1997) US American social psychologist, Henry Riecken, classic work of social psychology When Prophecy Fails. A Social and Psychological Study of a Modern Group That Predicted the Destruction of the World, Harper-Torchbooks, New York, 1. January 1956

3 Solomon E. Asch (1907-1996) polnisch-US-amerikanischer Gestaltpsychologe, Pionier der Sozialpsychologie, Studies of independence and conformity. A minority of one against a unanimous majority, [Themenheft] Psychological Monographs, 70, 1956

4 Leon Festinger (1919-1989) US American social psychologist, known for cognitive dissonance and social comparison theory, James M. Carlsmith, Cognitive consequences of forced compliance, presented by Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, # 58, S. 203-210, 1959

5 Lifton, R.J., Thought reform and the psychology of totalism, Norton & Company, New York, 1963

6 Julian B. Rotter (*1916) US-amerikanischer Psychologe, Entwickler der sozialen Lerntheorie und der Theorie der Kontrollüberzeugungen, Generalized expectancies for internal versus external control of reinforcement [Themenheft] Psychological Monographs, 80, 1966

7 Hernandez-Peon, R., Physiological mechanisms in attention, cited in: R.W. Russel (Hrsg.), Frontiers in physiological psychology, Academic Press, New York, 1966

8 Artikel von Dr. Philip G. Zimbardo (*1933) US-amerikanischer Professor Emeritus für Sozialpsychologie, Stanford University, Autor, The human choice. Individuation, reason, and order versus deindividuation, impulse and chaos; zitiert in: W.D. Arnold, D. Levine, Herausgeber, Nebraska symposum on motivation, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 1969

9 B. Weiner, Herausgeber, Achievement motivation and attribution theory, General Learning Press, Morristown, 1974

10 Milgram, S., Obedience to authority, Harper & Row, New York, 1974

11 Martin Seligman, Ph.D. (*1942) US-amerikanischer Professor für Psychologie, Universität von Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Autor, Helplessness. On Depression, Development, and Death, W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco, 1975, Neudruck Juni 1992

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