“There’s someone in my head but it’s not me” – Pink Floyd

In 1932 Aldous Huxley wrote a “Brave New World”. What was presented as a fable has turned out to be more of a prophesy of scientific mind tampering and population control. An excerpt from the book said “if you can get people to consent to the state of affairs in which they a’re living. The state of servitude the state of being, having their differences ironed out, and being made amenable to mass production methods on the social level, if you can do this, then you have, you are likely, to have a much more stable and lasting society. Much more easily controllable society than you would if you were relying wholly on clubs and firing squads and concentration camps”. Hexley spoke on experiments done by scientist Ivan Pavlov who conducted behavioral experiments and shows that one can create a conditioned response in animals; and the same for humans as well.

What is the connection between animal conditioning and the “social norms”, peer pressure and programming of humans? What is the foundation of our habits, traditions, belief and convictions? These are very important questions to answer as we indulge in “popular culture”, trends and other socially acceptable activities. Who is in your head? Are you just another animal well trained for the use of your master? Be thankful for the truth and its ability to free your mind. Roof…

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