What's myth and what's fact in the story of Charles Manson? What were the true motives behind the murders and who was really involved? There are many books covering this topic, yet very few have broken through the 'official' tale told by the trial's prosecutors and the news media at the time. This book includes hundreds of hours of research into court and police documents, witness statements, media reports and interviews with those involved.
How do Terry Melcher, Elvis Presley, the Beach Boys, Jane Fonda, the Mamas and the Papas, Michael Caine, Dean Martin, Angela Lansbury, Peter Sellers, Warren Beatty, Yul Brynner, Peter Falk, Cary Grant, Steve McQueen, Neil Young, Frank Zappa, Nancy Sinatra, Ronald Reagan and Debbie Harry fit into the tale? What Hollywood secrets did the industry, the police and the prosecution strive to keep hidden? Were the victims really chosen at random by a crazed cult of serial killers, high on a mix of LSD, Satanism and the music of the Beatles? Read on to uncover the secrets of the Manson family, their trial, the main players in the case and the murky world of Hollywood.
The book contains 564 pages, 200,000+ words containing a complete history of the life of Charles Manson.
A detailed examination of the Hinman, Shea, Tate and LaBianca murders, appraisal of all the most prominent theories surrounding the case, explanations of the coded confessions revealed in interviews with Manson.
Stories of celebrity encounters, facts about Manson’s relationship with the music industry, details of organised crime connections, faults with the prosecution’s case, troubling indications about the motives and character of Vincent Bugliosi, examinations of further murders and other criminal activity possibly connected to Manson.
Revelations about the main players involved in the case, embarrassing secrets of the Hollywood elite, suggestions of police ineptitude, signs of a cover-up, bizarre coincidences, strange occurrences, salacious gossip, radical political movements, riots, the Black Panthers, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, cults, religion, sex, drugs and murder.
The dark art of marketing
- Want to know how to sell more effectively?
- How can you alter the beliefs of your clients?
- How to make products or ideologies seem more desirable?
- How can we stretch the truth, stage-manage scenarios and skillfully exploit language to ensure the public sees things as we wish them to be presented and received?
Neil Sanders, presents a ‘sales seminar’ like no other; taking you through the tricks of the marketing trade to allow you to more effectively manipulate the perceptions of your consumers and become successful and efficient salesmen.
Learn the secret techniques that are being utilised now in advertising, news media and politics to increase success, define societal positions and sell reality – the reality we decide – to the masses.
This two disc set, containing the live presentation from the AV5 conference and a Skype-based conference call, will give you an insight into the tricks and methods used in marketing like never before.
Sales is war. A war on common sense.
- Welcome to Sell: A sales and marketing conference call made via Skype from a mystery destination somewhere in international waters. (1 hour)
- AV5 live presentation: A live sales expansion technique interface scenario (1 hour)
Region 2 DVD £6.66 which includes £1 postage and packaging to the UK
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Volume One details the facts and disclosed evidence of mind control programmes and experimentation performed by governments and government agencies across the world.
The Tavistock Institute
Mind control victims
The use of children in mind control
Your Thoughts Are Not our Own : Volume One reviewed in Nexus Magazine
In the first volume of Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own, Neil Sanders exposes the evidence for officially sanctioned mind control programs. Sanders has degrees in psychology, film and media studies and is a qualified hypnotherapist. He’s spent years collecting and analysing declassified documents, scientific papers, court transcripts, confessions from doctors and testimony from victims and whistleblowers.
Sanders traces the start of the modern era of mind control to work conducted by the forerunner of the Tavistock psychological think tank: The Tavistock Clinic in London, which studied trauma effects and human breaking points during and after World War I. He examines the origins, objectives and architects of mind control programs, names key doctors who have worked in them and gives details of their methods including psychotropic drugs, torture, implants, hypnosis and psychotronic and microwave weaponry. He also presents the tragic stories of CIA MK ULTRA victims recruited as children to become “presidential model” sex slaves, the evidence for programmed assassins and the anomalies surrounding school shootings, spree killings and serial murders – many perpetrators having been brought up on military bases known to have centres for mind control research.
This book is not meant to frighten us. Sanders sees fear as a key aim of “the controllers” to keep us frozen in our tracks. He urges us to wake up and reappraise what’s going on from an informed perspective.
Volume Two details the broader aspects of mind manipulation and social control.
How can advertisers shape belief without our knowledge? How can your senses be manipulated in order to affect you physically? Can you be coerced to conform to a larger group? Are the film and music industries used to shape public opinion? Can the News Media be trusted?
Volume Two delves into these questions and evidences the government agencies responsible for this manipulation, detailing the connections between the Tavistock Institute, MK ULTRA, L.S.D, the music industry and the intentional directing of youth culture.
Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own Volume two review in Nexus Magazine
“In his second volume of Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own, Neil Sanders considers mind control, mass manipulation and perception management in the light of marketing, movies, music and celebrity culture. His ironic introduction compares the marketing of brands of beer with that of diamonds by De Beers – mass mind control utilised in both instances.
Sanders highlights examples of linguistic trickery, group coercion, sensory manipulation and propaganda selling which show that as a society we’ve been sold out without even realising it. But that’s just on the marketing/PR side without even getting into films, games and other coercive media tools. Then there are the cases of media manipulation with the military’s foreign incursions.
Sanders returns to themes of his first book, showing how Tavistock and CIA experiments have shaped the music industry and youth culture over the decades. He suggests that some well known performers/actors/musicians were (and still are) mind controlled pawns of the shadow state.
We need to wake up to the media’s subconscious attack, Sanders urges and realises that government and industry are shaping the “facts”.
A book to help us think for ourselves.”