The Red and the Undead

The Red and the Undead

There seems to be plethora of once top secret information being released about World War 2 and the cold war that is beyond the range of normal human perception. As much as you try to explain the activities the more unbelievable and harder it is to explain. What the information does show is that covert operations during the war were in full swing and some of the more peculiar things that we can speculate about are beginning to be reality.

For the longest time I heard rumors that Hitler had experimented with the idea of a Chimera Corps, a group of men and women that were carriers of animal traits. Human experimentation gave them super powers, namely being able to land like a cat, or track like a wolf. There was even a rumor that Hitler wanted to have a Werewolf army. An army of cannibalistic soldiers that was able to run jump and attack like wolves.
Recently the London telegraph had reported that The Nazis were very fond of canines and believed that they were very intelligent animals.
Hitler hoped the clever creatures would learn to communicate with their SS masters – and he even had a special dog school set up to teach them to talk.
The incredible findings show Nazi officials recruited so-called educated dogs from all over Germany and trained them to speak and tap out signals using their paws. One mutt was said to have uttered the words ‘Mein Fuhrer’ when asked who Adolf Hitler was. Another ‘spoke’ by tapping letters of the alphabet with his paws and was said to have speculated about religion and learned poetry.
The Germans hoped to use the animals for the war effort, such as getting them to work alongside the SS and guard concentration camps to free up officers. Believe it or not the dogs were going to be called the “Woofen SS” part of an experiment that has faded in history and makes for some interesting conversation about what we know and don’t know about special operations and wonder weapons the Germans were attempting to create.
The Soviet Union of course used dogs in experiments. These experiments’ were horrific as they were attempts at reviving dead tissues. Tissue and organs that were removed from the bodies of the creatures and then fully revived by artificial means.
The Institute of Experimental Physiology was able to successfully revive animal organisms by means of an artificial blood circulation system. From heart lungs and head they were able to conduct experiments that purport to show a dog that responds to stimuli even though he has no body.
The Pravda newspaper had also reported that during the cold war Russia had produced a Psychotronic weapon. At first it was reported that the weapon was first used on the military. The weapon was allegedly used on the reserves and many who were able to escape the lasting effect of the experiments were told that the weapon would dull the mind enough to put them in a state of mind where they would fall under the power of suggestion. Such devices could control people’s behavior, seriously impair psyche and even drive people to death.
When knowledge of these weapons reached the public there were many people who had claimed that they were part of the Soviet Military’s experiment.
After digging into the Soviet Military’s history it was reported that the Soviets were in fact working on these Zombie experiments since the 1920’s. The experiments were improved upon until KGB mind control was perfected well into the 1980’s. Some of the finer methods of these programs such as hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming, computer psycho-technologies and bio-resonance stimulation are still being used today as tools for mental control.
There is a rumor that these techniques are used on Russian Olympic athletes in order to enhance performance. The technique of creating a zombified states is with a resonance generator. The Russians were supposedly using technologies that employ exposures to ELF and Alpha waves. The resonant frequencies would be sent and each internal organ, heart, liver kidneys, and brain would respond to distinct frequencies that would resonate. It was said that each organ had its own distinct frequency response.
Some experiments would be lethal as E-field responses would cause weakened organs to fail. This was considered a casualty of the war efforts and Soviet supremacy during the cold war.
These Zombie experiments apparently were not just products of Soviet Russia, they were also implemented by the CIA. The MK Ultra experiments have been well publicized but there also seem to be hints as to where, how and why they were carried out.
In 2002 it was revealed that Anthony Burgess was inspired to write his most famous novel A Clockwork Orange by his real-life involvement in CIA-run mind-control experiments. A biography written about Burgess indicated that Burgess worked with the British Secret Service and was a witness to brainwashing techniques that would leave victims in a zombified state of mind.
Biographer Roger Lewis wrote that Burgess became involved with the CIA while working as a Colonial Service education officer in Malaya in the 1950s.
There he witnessed a mind-control process designed to trigger emotional responses in the brain using pain and pleasure – the inspiration, it is claimed, for the chilling Ludovico Technique in A Clockwork Orange.
Lewis also claims’ that a source informed him that that a sequence of capital letters seen on the main character’s bedroom in Chapter 3 of the novel and supposedly lifted from Alex’s school trophies is actually an encryption for the location of a US military base where “psychotronic warfare” experiments took place. The coded wording reads: “SOUTH 4; METRO COR-SKOL BLUE DIVISION; THE BOYS OF ALPHA.”
The figure 4 refers to the conjunction of four US states, Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. To the south of this is a military reservation, based in a metropolitan location. The base is a training school (skol in Russian), initially supervised by the US Navy’s Blue Division, which experimented with the Alpha waves of the human unconsciousness. The place of the experiments was Fort Bliss. Coincidentally the word “bliss” appears repeatedly in the chapter.
It is interesting to note that Fort Bliss was where a large number of the Nazi “scientists” were pipelined out of Europe under Paperclip were living and working. These same scientists brought with them mind control experiments and of course shared them with the Russians as well.
The drug revolution began after World war two and during the ra of the cold war there were young people who were introduced to tripping with the use of LSD and the drug revolution was upon us.
To this day the drug cartels are creating drugged Zombies and these Zombies are programmed to commit violent crimes. These sleeper zombies are ticking time bombs waiting for the trigger to activate.
Zombies are a reality and they are quite frankly the drug crazed outcasts you see walking down the streets. Their skin has welts and sores, and their teeth are rotting out of their heads. They are victims of an experiment that continues today. One doesn’t know when or if they may be next.

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