Ultimate Revolution… Brave New World Indeed

Aldous Huxley wrote ‘Brave New World’ in 1932, and ‘Brave New World Revisited’ in 1958. Huxley and his brother Julian were very much ‘insiders’, with ties to Tavistock, Fabian Society, Cecil Rhodes foundation, as well as Julian being a founding member of UNESCO and World Wildlife Fund. His position and affiliates clearly demonstrate that his work and opinions are those of one who understands how the world really works, and more disturbingly on how TPTB intend for it to work in the future, and future that you and I are living in today.

In the Spring of 1962 Aldous Huxley gave a talk at University of California at Berkley, at the time he was a visiting professor. The talk is referenced as the ‘Ultimate Revolution’. The following is a synopsis of this talk highlighting key points from selected text. My intention is to show how what he spoke about 50 years ago, and so very casually, has and is coming to fruition today. The plans of TPTB, or as Huxley refers to them; the Oligarchy, easily run into the decades. Little happens that has not been carefully orchestrated for a long time. All text selected from the talk are in italicized quotes, “”.

… focused on the development of new techniques by which to control and direct human behavior. Traditionally it has been possible to suppress individual freedom through the application of physical coercion through the appeal of ideologies through the manipulation of man’s physical and social environment and more recently through the techniques, the cruder techniques of psychological conditioning. The Ultimate Revolution, about which Mr. Huxley will speak today, concerns itself with the development of new behavioral controls, which operate directly on the psycho-physiological organisms of man. That is the capacity to replace external constraint by internal compulsions.”

This quote is from the moderator, which Huxley acknowledges as being correct. So this talk is about controlling the populace using new techniques, different techniques than what the audience had been exposed to but certainly ones you and I have experienced our entire lives.

If you are going to control any population for any length of time, you must have some measure of consent, it’s exceedingly difficult to see how pure terrorism can function indefinitely. It can function for a fairly long time, but I think sooner or later you have to bring in an element of persuasion an element of getting people to consent to what is happening to them.”

A main argument of Huxleys in this talk is about how using ‘terror’ and ‘force’, that which was described in Orwell’s 1984, has it’s limits. That Huxley’s positive reinforcement is more effective and efficient than Orwell’s negative reinforcement. In my opinion we currently are being exposed to both techniques. Drugs, both prescribed and illegal, are used in vast quantities in first world nations. To induce euphoria or alleviate the pain, whether it be physical or psychological. Whilst ‘terror’, the modern police state, and mass surveillance have become daily realities. Terror, the inducement of fear, is used constantly in the media to manipulate the opinions of the populace.

It seems to me that the nature of the ultimate revolution with which we are now faced is precisely this: That we are in process of developing a whole series of techniques which will enable the controlling oligarchy who have always existed and presumably will always exist to get people to love their servitude.”

He comments casually on the ruling Oligarchy, so matter of fact. Though technically he is not part of the oligarchy he is privy and is a contributor to their efforts. The audience seems totally nonplussed by this. Maybe they thought oligarchy meant voting for a president? ‘… a whole series of techniques…’, so the populace will be subject to numerous methods to induce their complicity to their servitude. Which is exactly what we live in today. It is the foundation of the Capitalism and Corporatism. Allow the serfs to choose their job and master, and they won’t even realize their enslaved. However, these techniques have their limits, as we are experiencing today. The farther the truth of one’s life diverges from the created false reality, the less influence the ‘techniques’ have in convincing people to love their servitude.

And first let me talk about the, a little bit about the, improvement in the techniques of terrorism. I think there have been improvements. Pavlov after all made some extremely profound observations both on animals and on human beings. And he found among other things that conditioning techniques applied to animals or humans in a state either of psychological or physical stress sank in so to say, very deeply into the mind-body of the creature, and were extremely difficult to get rid of. That they seemed to be embedded more deeply than other forms of conditioning.”

This is exactly why we have so much ‘terror’ today. Because it is so very effective in manipulating public opinion. It keeps the populace in constant state of unease. It is, imho, one of the reasons why it is difficult or impossible for some to accept the fact that the official 9/11 narrative is false. Because the official narrative has been deeply embedded using the ‘terror’ of the event. ‘War’ is used the exact same way. War on Terror, War on Drugs, War on Poverty, War on…? Notice how of these wars have no clear objective… and therefor no end. For in truth these are not ‘Wars on’ but ‘Wars of’. For terrorism, drug use, and poverty have all ‘increased’ since war was declared upon them.

I think we know much more about this subject than was known in the past. People of course, always have known about suggestion, and although they didn’t know the word ‘hypnosis’ they certainly practiced it in various ways. But we have, I think, a much greater knowledge of the subject than in the past, and we can make use of our knowledge in ways, which I think the past was never able to make use of it.”

If you ask the average person if hypnotism is real, I think they would agree under certain circumstances, but that they themselves are not susceptible. Of course Huxley is referring here to mass hypnosis, that now TPTB understand clearly how and why it works, and therefor have refined techniques for implementation.

You’ll find for example that the experienced hypnotist will tell one that the number of people, the percentage of people who can be hypnotized with the utmost facility (snaps), just like that. is about 20%, and about a corresponding number at the other end of the scale are very, very difficult or almost impossible to hypnotize. But in between lies a large mass of people who can with more or less difficulty be hypnotized, that they can gradually be if you work hard enough at it be got into the hypnotic state,…”

He goes on to give examples of placebos and self help recordings following the same 20-60-20 rule. So 20% are highly susceptible to suggestion, hypnosis, mind control, 60% are moderately susceptible and 20% are resistant. But how do these numbers bear out when one is constantly exposed to suggestion? Using different techniques, angles, and sources (TV, radio, print, internet)? Does the entire 60% eventually fall prey to the suggestion? And what of the 20% who are naturally resistant? That is a large number. I suppose many of this group ‘go along to get along’ and others just ‘surrender’ due to the sheer scale of the media onslaught. Huxley implies that this 20-60-20 breakdown is consistent, meaning regardless of technique people stay within their respective category of susceptibility. But I’m not convinced of this.

But, once given the fact that there are these 20% of highly suggestible people, it becomes quite clear that this is a matter of enormous political importance, for example, any demagogue who is able to get hold of a large number of these 20% of suggestible people and to organize them is really in a position to overthrow any government in any country.”

Huxley rewords this statement a few paragraphs later, so obviously it was of great concern to him. It is my understanding that most insurrections, revolutions, uprisings involve no more than 5%, only 3% of the population of the 13 colonies was actively involved in the Revolutionary War. However, I don’t believe it is the highly suggestible who affect change. They might revolt for a short time. It seems to me that the small percentage of people committed and acting to affect change most likely come from the ‘resistant’ group. Something to ponder on. Regardless, this fact demonstrates why control of mass media is critical to taking or keeping control of the populace. And is also why the Internet is such a dangerous tool for the TPTB… playing with fire. Apparently the surveillance and control the internet provides is worth the risk of the Internet being used to expose and overthrow TPTB.

This is, I say, in this field of pure persuasion, I think we do know much more than we did in the past, and obviously we now have mechanisms for multiplying the demagogues voice and image in a quite hallucinatory way, I mean, the TV and radio, Hitler was making enormous use of the radio, he could speak to millions of people simultaneously. This alone creates an enormous gulf between the modern and the ancient demagogue. The ancient demagogue could only appeal to as many people as his voice could reach by yelling at his utmost, but the modern demagogue could touch literally millions at a time, and of course by the multiplication of his image he can produce this kind of hallucinatory effect which is of enormous hypnotic and suggestive importance.”

The power of the video recording. The combination of visuals, speech, and music. TV, movies, online videos. And now people have their personal video player with them 24/7… the smartphone.

But then there are the various other methods one can think of which, thank heaven, as yet have not be used, but which obviously could be used. There is for example, the pharmacological method,”

He alludes to these ‘other methods’… methods which he obviously was aware of. I wonder what the other methods were that he was not comfortable talking about? Of course the pharmacological method is being used now, and on a wide scale. As of 2013 almost 70% of Americans are on at least one prescription drug, more than half take two. Almost 50% had taken a drug within the past month. Huxley does not mention, since at the time Rx and illegal drugs were rarely consumed, the combination of pharmacologicals and ‘straight suggestion and hypnosis’. I believe pharmacologicals greatly enhance the power and reach of suggestion.

And it is of course true that pharmacologists are producing a great many new wonder drugs where the cure is almost worse than the disease. Every year the new edition of medical textbooks contains a longer and longer chapter of what are Iatrogenic diseases, that is to say diseases caused by doctors (laughter} And this is quite true, many of the wonder drugs are extremely dangerous. I mean they can produce extraordinary effects, and in critical conditions they should certainly be used, but they should be used with the utmost caution.”

This is the first time I can recall hearing/reading the word ‘Iatrogenic’. I’m not surprised, the main stream media sure isn’t going to mention that certain problems/diseases are caused by man-made drugs. No, but what they do mention is all the potential side affects.. at least the less deadly ones. The audience’s reaction to this statement is disconcerting… as if they did not believe it. I often wonder how many cancers, diseases, ailments have absolute known causes that are never mentioned. Cause and effect. The reality is we have no idea what’s in that pill or syringe… other than what we are told.

Then the most extraordinary rats were those were the electrode was planted halfway between the pleasure and the pain center. The result was a kind of mixture of the most wonderful ecstasy and like being on the rack at the same time. And you would see the rats sort of looking at is bar and sort of saying “To be or not to be that is the question”. (Laughter) Finally it would approach {Pounds on podium} and go back with this awful I mean, if I can humanize anthropomorphize, and he would wait some time before pressing the bar again, yet he would always press it again. This was the extraordinary thing.”

The last part of his talk is about the use of implanted electrodes in mammals to control behavior. I find the above statement compelling, where it implies that the pleasure response overcomes the pain. In Aaron Russo’s ‘Freedom to Fascism’ he talks about a conversation with a Rockefeller who stated that the goal was to ‘chip’ every person. I always thought this was just about tracking… of course the smartphone has got that covered pretty good now. But now, and knowing that those who lust for control can never have enough and hence want total control, I think this will be some sort of electrode implant. I believe they will be able to sell this device as a cybernetic upgrade, it will have some ‘cool’ function. That just like the smartphone, people will gladly pay for their control device.

“…but I think sooner or later you have to bring in an element of persuasion an element of getting people to consent to what is happening to them.”

I remind myself that talk was in 1962. This is before the personal computer, the internet, satellite communications, nanotechnology, genetics. Before video was everywhere and continuous. 50+ years to improve and refine all these different methods and combinations thereof of control. Brave new world indeed.

One other interesting ‘note’. Aldous Huxley died on Nov 22, 1963. Joining another famous author and visionary, C.S. Lewis. Of course both deaths were scarcely noticed due to the other significant death on that day… John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

I highly recommend reading ‘Brave New World’ and ‘BNW Revisited’, and Orwell’s 1984. Below are links for this ‘Ultimate Revolution’, his talk is about 45 minutes with some interesting Q&A following.

Huxley’s Ultimate Revolution MP3 – clean recording, talk starts @ 5 minute mark.
Huxley’s Ultimate Revolution – Youtube
Huxley’s Ultimate Revolution – PDF transcript

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Ultimate Revolution… Brave New World Indeed

  1. Huxley was in on the conspiracy – please study Jan Irvin’s work at Gnostic Media. He was not warning us, but rather informing us of his own plan. He was one of primary heads guiding the MK Ultra program.

    1. I have listened to a great deal of Irvin’s work, I don’t recall him specifically addressing Huxley but I’ll see if I can find it. I agree Huxley was an ‘insider, as I stated. But he also was being used as well. I’m sure he thought ‘they’ were doing it for the ‘good’ of humankind. I doubt he realized that the evil demagogue he was so worried about wresting control from the Oligarchy, actually already controlled the Oligarchy.

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