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Message Subject Were You Part Of The "Mentally Gifted Minds" Program In California Scools back in the 70's?
Poster Handle Lisafishes
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To Lisa:

I initially pondered the MKULTRA stuff with much cynicism. The rabbit hole gets even darker when going in that direction. I would have probably remained skeptical if it weren't for my own experiences compared against info (and most likely large amounts of disinfo) out there on the subject. Had to do a complete reassessment of many past experiences which began to come together like a puzzle and led me straight back to the MGM program. This whole process also jarred free memories of being in that special classroom and the unusual techniques they used to assess, access, and condition our minds. I believe this is when I hit the suicidal threshold or what may possibly be referred to as "code green". Even had just started dating a girl with the last name "Green" (stage name), with multiple butterfly tattoos on her lower back, along with other MKULTRA indicators...Jungian synchronicity in full effect or an orchestrated message? These are only a couple examples of the "weirdness" of this last year, things that would probably not register for people who choose to avoid the rabbit hole.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29214436

Well, I tend to jump into deepwater so I guess I'm going to research MKULTRA and try to seperate the wheat from the chaff. Is it a butterfly effect type thing? You mentioned butterfly tattoos and I remember thinking of the butterfly effect when reading up on one of the founders life's work. Names just fly past me but I think it was Rice? My memory gets quirky at times, it's kind of strange to have an idetic memory and memory loss at the same time. I think of it as short circuits due to nerve damage in my neck, but it could be cannabis related not really sure.
 Quoting: Lisafishes 28828277

Oh my god, I jumped into that rabbit hole and you weren't kidding when you said it was dark. Sadly enough, it made me think of my great grandmother who supposedly lost her mind at the age of 40 because she started menopause. She was in her 80's when she finally died, spent more than 40 years as a babbling vegetable in a rest home in California. When I read that they included um ppl with postpartum depression among other things in their experiments, I thought of her. I've never heard of anyone losing their mind for real from menopause and google hasn't either. At least it didn't a few years ago when I looked, but I've noticed that google sometimes erases things that I've previously found and read
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