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“The mind is everything. What you think, you become.”
~ The Buddha
By Catherine Austin Fitts
The divine intelligence is a great power, as is the human spirit and all of life. To unleash this power in our lives requires overcoming the man-made obstacles placed in our paths by mind control — in all its various forms.
How do we free ourselves from mind control manipulation and programming? The first step is knowing that these techniques and technologies exist. Next, we learn what we can about how mind control works. In the process, our understanding of the impact that mind control has on our lives and on society around us grows. Finally, we can choose to take steps to free ourselves while living in a society where many choose not to do the same.
One way of learning about mind control in all its aspects is to unpack what Hollywood tells us. This week on the Solari Report, Jay Dyer of Jay’s Analysis joins me to review twelve movies that teach us a great deal about mind control and related technologies. I met Jay at Secret Space Program 2015 where he wowed us with his presentation on what Hollywood says about secret space programs. Jay’s mastery of cinema and the “deep state” is unique. You can view links to his reviews of the movies we’ll discuss this week below.
There will be no Money & Markets segment this week. I look forward to answering your questions and comments and reporting on our subscriber luncheon in New York with Richard Dolan in Money & Markets the following week.
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Jay’s Movie Reviews for Films We Discuss in this Solari Report:
- Blade Runner
- 2001: A Space Odyssey
- AI: Artificial Intelligence
- The Running Man
- Minority Report
- Kingsman: The Secret Service
- Logan’s Run
Additional Movies We Discuss in this Report:
- The Bourne Trilogy
- They Live
Related Solari Reports:
- The Layman’s Guide to Mind Control
- Catherine with Jon Rappoport, “Let’s Go to the Movies — Part I”
- Catherine with Jon Rappoport, “Let’s Go to the Movies — Part II”
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