10 Movies You Didn’t Know Were About Mind Control
Movies are meant to inspire and entertain. More often than not, the most captivating movies have truth to them. These popular movies have have been heralded by generations of movie lovers who likely had no idea of the movie’s true darkness. It’s strange and unexpected how all of these movies tie together and relate to one another despite being created at different times. They share common themes that may have escaped your attention when you first saw the movie. Mind control has a long history across the world and in America. There is no shortage of evidence that mind control programs exist and these movies are no exception. Many of these films you may have seen. If not, prepare to know not only the plot, but the dark recesses of humanity from which it came.
10. Return To Oz
The movie shows Dorothy going through experiences of people who experience mind control programming like electroshock therapy. Dorothy is thought to be crazy because of her tales about Oz. So she is taken to a psychologist within a mental institution who supports electroshock therapy. MKULTRA programming is all about a handler getting someone to disassociate from reality. Dorothy was manipulated her handler into believing that the machine that tortured her in the mental hospital was her friend. The ECT machine even has a name, Tik Tok. The book written by Frank L. Baum includes a character named Tik Tok, but Disney decided to include the electroshock therapy machine.
Baum was a student of the Theosophical Society, an organization that teaches occult wisdom. He may have been aware of the practices done as a part of MKULTRA. The Illuminati Formula to Create a Mind Control Slave by Fritz Springmeier explains something of key importance. Following the yellow brick road actually represents when an alter persona fulfills a command. The book also says that Yellow Brick Road programming is given to children.
9. Black Swan
Played by Natalie Portman, the main character Nina, is made to be unusually submissive towards her mother. She is also under great pressure from her trainer, Thomas. He has every interest in culminating pressure on Nina until her mind fragments
and she develops dissociative identity disorder. He wishes to put Nina’s dark alter ego in control.
People who suffer from dissociative identity disorder look in the mirror and don’t see themselves. In some cases, the person sees nothing at all. Nina is compelled to look at herself in the mirror frequently. Mirrors are often used as a part of mind control programming. At first blush, this may not seem out of the ordinary, but these exact techniques are used in mind control programming.
The French director could very well be the handler, as his goal is to bring out Nina’s dark side for Black Swan. Nina does in fact exude characteristics of a person with dissociative identity disorder when she looks in the mirror and sees another person. The fragmenting of faces and mirrors throughout the film send a clear signal about mind control.
8. Alice In Wonderland
This iconic movie holds many strong mind control symbols and ideas. Alice in Wonderland relates to mind control being used in the real world. A CIA interrogation manual titled KUBARK details a confusion technique called Alice in Wonderland. The technique consists of two or three people asking nonsensical questions, sometimes for days on end. It is more an interrogation technique designed to create mental instability. The subject being interrogated is meant to offer all the information in the hopes that the strange voices and questions will make sense.
Interrogators ask unrelated, nonsensical, illogical questions in various pitches of voice. Yet, there is more to the story than you may know. Author Lewis Carroll is the pen name of Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, who held a paedophile relationship with a real life, 10 year old Alice. Alice Liddell, is the real Alice in Wonderland, forced to disassociate with reality in order to withstand abuse and control from Dodgson. The theme of “going down the rabbit hole” is essentially disconnecting from reality, which is used during mind control programming.
7. Eyes Wide Shut
In one of the scenes, the main character, Dr. Bill Harford is walking with two women who say they will lead Bill “where the rainbow ends”. These beautiful women represent the beta programming or sex kitten programming while referencing another mind control symbolic film, The Wizard of Oz. The character Alice Harford who played the wife, may have been subject to trauma based mind control as well. She struggles with her
memories such as whether she was at parties such as the one her husband Bill attended.
The references to rainbows and Alice looking into mirrors so much recalls Lewis Carroll’s Through The Looking Glass. For example, there is a shop called Rainbow costumes and the characters often speak of rainbows. Inside, the shop owner seems to have mind control over his daughter. One night he becomes very angry because he sees his underage daughter in a compromising position with two drag queens. This alludes to Monarch Programming that begins at an early age. No more than 24 hours later, the father is allowing his daughter to be alone with the same men from the night before and even tries to show her off to Dr. Harford. This movie makes a pattern of symbolic references to mind control that you cannot “go over the rainbow” and ignore.
One of the foremost authorities with published works on the subject of mind control has spoken about this particular movie. Fritz Springmeier has connected Labyrinth to mind control programming scripts. Springmeier is one of the foremost authors on the subject of Illuminati mind control. This movie continues the theme that “things are not always what they seem”. The scenes skillfully play out the world of a mind control victim, stage by stage, depicting the entire process. Dissociation of a young girl is typically the key symbolism to identify a movie displaying mind control.
In addition, Sarah, the young main character of the movie goes to a library where she finds the books Alice in Wonderland and The Wizard of Oz. The plot thickens as many of the dissociative, mind control films are directly referencing each other. It appears that the main character Sarah is going to rescue her brother from the clutches of a sorcerer, Jareth. The truth is that she is going on a quest inside of herself. The only way to find her way to the castle her brother lies in is by forming a path through the labyrinth with her mind.
Fritz Springmeier has made written statements regarding M. C. Escher’s artwork being used for mind control programming. A piece of Escher’s artwork, Relativity, is featured prominently above Sarah’s bed. The illusion of the mind-bending and gravity-defying pieces are what make them excellent for programming in Springmeier’s opinion. It seems that this piece was deliberately placed there for Sarah to see in order to keep her under control.
Escher’s depiction of stairs that lead to nowhere in all directions is shown as an actual location in Labyrinth. According to Carl Jung, labyrinths or mazes are representations of
the subconscious mind. Control the depths of the mind, control the person. The movie shows scenes of Sarah undergoing various forms of trauma, a common theme among mind control movies. She falls into a pit of hands grabbing at her and strange feathery creatures try to remove her head.