I've been reading more of the book I mentioned a few posts ago. I'm a slow reader, but I remember almost everything I read unless I'm sleepy or distracted or something. It's a very fascinating book. It is helping me to realize that a bunch of what I experienced even as an adult may have been influenced by the CIA / NSA. How? One principle way they influenced Richard Lawrence (the author of that book) was by creating disinformation campaigns. They keep track of the MK-Ultra kids and influence their lives. It is this stuff that I now feel confident I experienced.
This recent book seems to give information on experiments on children in a program I was apparently a part of. It is:
CAT'S PAW - HIDDEN CELL OF THE MK-ULTRA PROJECT [Kindle Edition] by Richard Lawrence.Cat's Paw: Hidden MK-ULTRA Project
, by Richard Lawrence.http://www.amazon.com/CATS-PAW-HIDDEN-MK-ULTRA-PROJECT-ebook/dp/B009ZHQIRS/
Now that I think back on my own life, it looks (I can't prove it) that the same method may have been used on me a bunch of times. There were a bunch of times when doors got slammed in my face and there were intimations that I had done something very wrong. It seemes like everybody turned against me even though I had a very high performance level. No-one would ever level with me about what was going on. This happened in my doctoral degree program at a major university. I was cruising through it and working very hard. I was making A's in nearly every subject. I was doing significant research work for my dissertation. Then all-of-a-sudden it happened that everybody turned against me and was angry with me. This included other graduate students, and most professors. This was almost exactly like what Richard Lawrence experienced. He found out that the CIA manipulated his life through dis-information campaigns. They were expert in generating whisper campaigns. They always knew where he was, even in foreign countries. Does this remind you of the NSA's hold of information world-wide? (by the way, the CIA and NSA were working together in stuff). Well, I had never thought of this in regard to my own life until reading this book. But now it's kind of slapping me in the face.
The example I'm giving concerns my graduate (doctoral) degree program in a major university, I passed all of the oral and written preliminary exams without question. I made excellent grades in my course work. Then one of the professors announced that I had to re-take the written comprehensive exam even though I scored well on it previously. I reported on the assigned date and time and I was given a stack of exam papers about 1.5 inches high. They consisted of every exam that professor had given a class he previously taught over a period of about 12 years. I worked all day on his exam. I worked through lunch and dinner and turned in the exams in late afternoon (9 hours of straight writing). The outcome was that I achieved a very, very high score on those exams. I only missed a few questions. I even corrected some mistakes the professor had made in writing the exam. So he was forced to pass me on the written exams. He was not able to black-ball me in that program.
A bunch of months later I had finished my dissertation using the research work I had completed. I worked very hard. My dissertation was probably the first one ever turned out using an Apple IIe computer. It was passed without any question. I used multi-factorial analysis (statistics) in it. I had a famous statistician on my committee who did not question my analysis. When I took my final oral exam before an august committee, there was a delegation from the office of the Dean of the whole University. That was a difficult hurdle. After answering all of their questions, I waited a long time out in the foyer of the building while they were apparently discussing me. Then my major professor came out and announced that I had passed the final oral exam. I would become a Ph.D. They had signed my papers. Yet there was considerable opposition. WHY? I think I'm beginning to understand why after reading of similar opposition in the degree work of Richard Lawrence, the author of that book. I face similar hurdles tho those he reports.