Jan Irvin on CIA, MK-ULTRA, and Creation of Drug Culture

The Corbett Report interviews Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media, whose research exposes impressive web of actors with intelligence ties in creation of sixties’ drug culture.  Irvin suspects introduction of a “New Dark Age” religion by exposing segments of public to psychedelics.  The principle actors in Irvin’s view are R. Gordon Wasson, a vice president of propaganda, i.e., public relations at J.P. Morgan bank, Time-Life magazine publisher Henry Luce,  Aldous Huxley and Esalen Institute among others.  Huxley, is identified by Irvin, as a Fabian socialist.  Wasson revealed to have decade-long friendship with Edward Bernays, well-known as “father of propaganda.”  Irvin believes a 1957 Time magazine article on psilocybin as a key event along with a general multi-pronged attack on the mind.  A summation of Jan Irvin’s research can be found in article co-authored with Joe Atwill, Manufacturing the Deadhead:  A product of social engineering….” An excerpt from article reveals intelligence community’s goal:

“When comparing the results of their research, Irvin and Atwill developed a theory about the origin of the psychedelic
movement of the 1960’s: The ‘counterculture’ had been developed by elements within the U.S. government and banking
establishment as part of a larger plan to bring about a new Dark Age; or, as it was marketed to potential victims, an
‘archaic revival.’”

The article is extensive but well worth your time to grasp extent American culture affected by intelligence sources.  Irvin proves his case!

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