As terrible as our present
sociologically controlled education system for children is, the most frightening
deception and control is not in the grade and high schools, but in the thousands
of programs, courses, seminars, training sessions, workshops, conventions,
retreats, growth centers and counseling services that government,
churches, fraternal, business and social organizations are using to affect
behavior of participants.
These organizations are training,
frightening, deceiving, and directing millions of people into lines of thought,
or non-thought which will make them easier to con and use. A generation of
adults is being duped into becoming non-judgmental in moral situations;
dependent in social and political situations; unreliable in
business situations; exhibitionistic about their feelings; unperturbed
about invasions of privacy, and without respect for the privacy and sensitivity
They are influenced to adopt pre-packaged opinions and aroused to such a degree
that they close their eyes and ears to all contrary facts. They protect these
adopted ideas with all the ferocity of a mother lion guarding her newly-born
The change in human behavior and resistance to factual information is necessary
before the Theosophical World Order can be established. An article in the
AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST, December 1969, "Psychology As a Means of Promoting Human
Welfare" by George A. Miller, of Rockefeller University, explains why so much
psychology is being taught and why so many are practicing psychological
techniques on others. The following are excerpts from that article:
"I will begin by stating
publicly something that I think psychologists all feel, but seldom talk
about. In my opinion, scientific psychology is potentially one of the
most revolutionary intellectual enterprises ever conceived by the
mind of man. If we were ever to achieve substantial progress toward our
stated aim -- toward the understanding, prediction, and control of
mental and behavioral phenomena -- the implications for every aspect
of society would make brave men tremble.
"Responsible spokesmen for psychology seldom emphasize this
revolutionary possibility. Our reason is that the general public is all
too ready to believe it, and public resistance to psychology would be
all too easy to mobilize. Faced with the possibility that revolutionary
pronouncements might easily do more harm than good, a prudent spokesman
finds other drums to march to. . .
"Since I know that rash statements about the revolutionary potential of
psychology may lead to public rejection and scientific ridicule, why do
I take such risks on this occasion? My reason is that I do not believe
the psychological revolution is still pie in the sky. It has already
begun. . .
"The heart of the psychological revolution will be a new and
scientifically based conception of man as an individual and as a
social creature. When I say that the psychological revolution is already
upon us, what I mean is that we have already begun to change man's
self-conception. If we want to further that revolution, not only
must we strengthen its scientific base, but we must also try to
communicate it to our students and to the public. . .
"Here then is the real challenge: How can we foster a social climate
in which some such new public conception of man based on psychology can
take root and flourish? . . . I believe part of the answer is that
psychology must be practiced by nonpsychologists. The practice of valid
psychology by nonpsychologists will inevitably change people's
conception of themselves and what they can do. When we have accomplished
that, we will really have caused a psychological revolution . . .
"There is no possibility of legislating the changes I have in mind.
Passing laws that people must change their conceptions of themselves and
others is precisely the opposite of what we need. Education would seem
to be our only possibility. I do not mean only education in the
schoolroom, although that is probably the best communication channel
presently at our disposal. I have in mind a more ambitious program of
educating the general public . . .
"In order to tap this motivational system we must use
psychology to give people skills that will satisfy their urge to feel
more effective . . . From that beginning some might want to learn more
about the science that helped them increase their competence, and then
perhaps we could afford to be more abstract. . . . It is possible that
our society may not be quite as resistant as we anticipate."
A SUGGESTION TO READERS: If you have
been giving away little bits of your mind by joining organizations which
restrict your ability to act on your own intelligence; if you have willingly
answered questionnaires or surveys about your thoughts and habits; if you
have expected to advance in your career by going to seminars, etc. which do not
inform, but rather attempt to change behavior; if you have been reticent about
checking facts when statements offend your opinions; remember also that the
federal government and the foundations spend billions of dollars every year for
behavior control. BE AWARE! BE WARY!.
The above article was
reprinted from Erica Carle's truth in education column April 10, 1975.
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