Miley Cyrus: Blonde SuperFreak Steals the Magic Brain
Neuroscience has proven that certain visual patterns, audio stimulation, colors, and/or flashing lights can trigger the brain to produce a reaction which causes a diversion from its current state. The pay someone to write my college papersite discusses known systems that are “non-invasive brain stimulation technologies such as: audio-visual entrainment (AVE) of brain waves, [and] the bio-acoustic utilization device (BAUD).”
There even exists a commercially available device called a “http://www.blmhospital.com/” or “Light and Sound Machine”, which is advertised as a means to control or enhance certain behaviors through visual and auditory stimulation. It uses pulsing rhythmic sound and/or flashing light to alter the frequency of the user’s brainwaves. Mind machines are said to induce deep states of relaxation, concentration, and in some cases altered states of consciousness.
Those familiar with the dating sites for 50 and over (so named by CIA Director Allen Dulles in 1953) program are aware of documents that prove such technologies have been used in human experimentation. In cases where the resultant goal was mind control, subjects would be forced to watch and listen to a mesmerizing film wherein the audio/visual stimuli were usually not relaxing or soothing, but rather were meant to put the subject into a state of panic. Non-musical torturous tones were used, seemingly random flashes of disturbing images were employed, and repetitive concepts were communicated in an effort to implant certain themes into the subject’s mind for later use. And commonly, LSD was administered to further alter the brain and create an even more frightening experience for the subject. It was pure torment with a specific goal – total and complete control of the subject’s mind.
So why am I telling you all of this? Well, just today I received a link from a concerned reader about a new video featuring Miley Cyrus. I know, I know. The whole idea of music industry as mind control front can be tired territory filled with paranoid speculation and rampant exaggeration. We all know that many pop stars INTENTIONALLY use symbolism, imagery, or words in an effort to be provocative, and it doesn’t necessarily mean something sinister is afoot, beyond spoiled brats trying to get a rise out of us.
However, this latest video really bothered me. I’ve spent years researching MKULTRA and the history of mind control technology. Some of which is employed to this day on U.S. political prisoners. I know it exists. I know it is used. I know what it looks like.
Whether or not Ms. Miley and her video cohorts “The Flaming Lips” and Moby were intentionally trying to control the viewer with this presentation, the effect is one that could have been stripped right out of the MKULTRA playbook. The disturbing flashing images, references to a stolen brain, drugs, LSD style imagery, strange creatures with seemingly distorted faces, and auditory signals that are almost literal torture to listen to are all part of what comprises the recently released “Blonde SuperFreak Steals the Magic Brain”.
The entire video was shot while Cyrus was hospitalized, apparently for an allergic reaction to an anti-biotic. Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne says he was “lucky enough to get a couple of hours with a bedridden Miley”. And, although Miley was in hospital, it apparently did not exclude her from smoking something meant to look like a joint for the video. My dad is currently hospitalized and they won’t allow him so much as an e-cig. Oh to be one of the privileged few.
So, what I am going to do is embed the video here with a STRONG warning. This video contains lots of disturbing imagery including but not limited to… drug use, lots of swearing, LOTS of nudity, and some of the most annoying audio you’re likely to ever hear. Watch at your own risk. For those who don’t want to watch, here is a basic summary of the story line.
Electronic musician Moby is some sort of weird black magic cult leader casting a spell. He conjures a naked blonde lady and sends her to the bedside of Miley Cyrus. Miley is laying in bed with a bunch of pills scattered around her. She is holding what we are later told is her brain in her hand. Blonde lady steals brain. Miley is mad. ““Where’s my f–king brain?” she cries. A bunch of strange creatures pursue blonde lady including a Santa Claus with a messed up face and people in animal suits. The Flaming Lips appear periodically disguised as rainbows and mushrooms. Miley frequently appears on screen jerking her head around and occasionally smoking a joint. Blonde lady is captured by strange creatures. She is put into a volkswagon. Brain is dropped into a field where a rodent examines it. The end.
So, what does it all mean? Are they trying to just produce a trippy looking art-house video in an effort to appear artsy-fartsy and cool? Is it sheer coincidence that the sound and images emitting from the video are quite similar to those used to induce altered states of consciousness in known neurological experiments? I don’t know. But I find it disturbing that although Miley has taken a decidedly more mature turn with her public persona, her primary fan base is still comprised of little girls under 18 years of age.