Saw WALL-E in the cinema yesterday with my young brothers and it had some interesting mind control themes, obviously mainly involving programmed robots. A quite sad scene occurs at the end where Wall-E goes through significant trauma (squashed by some big thing I don't remember exactly what it was), the sun's light is used on his solar panels to recharge him (the screen is cracked/fractured symbolising the break in his mind), then he wakes up with no personality, he forgets that he lives in this shack and starts turning his own personal stuff into cubes, they do a particular good job in portraying his eyes as completely lifeless when he awakens without his personality (only able to do what he was originally programmed to do, make cubes).
Also of note is the Auto pilot of the ship (where all the humans are 100% brainwashed fatties and do exactly what the invasive advertising tells them to do... wow that isn't a metaphor for reality is it) called Auto (voiced by the Apple "MacInTalk" according to wiki) who has a tazer/cattle prod as its weapon and WALL-E is shocked a number of times, and Auto has one of those ominous "red light all seeing eye" things (note the swastika-like thing in it) that is seen at the end of "The Last Enemy" (seen at the end of these last 10 mins) and other things. Auto's primary directive is A113 (noted a lot of mind control/occult numerology in the movie, some 69's and whatnot) which is to not allow the ship back to Earth, no matter what. To illustrate this electro-shock mind control programming in WALL-E, at the end of the film (mentioned earlier) when he loses his personality through trauma, it is restored through an electrical spark/discharge (from EVE's touch) which triggers his old personality back into being and it all ends "happily ever after". Also of note, WALL-E gains his emotions through watching Hello, Dolly! over and over (like MK victims are forced to watch Oz and such over and over). Another interesting part came when WALL-E was taken to a prison of sorts, which was really an insane asylum of sorts(symbolic of all the MK victims who are held in these places in reality) full of insane robots who cause chaos on the ship when they are let loose. The film contains a lot of symbolism in it (which I'd mention if I had screens), though it is not very good.
Electro-shock programming in Short Circuit and WALL-E, the robots are similar (the eyes in particular).
WALL-E's memory is whiped (compartmentalized) through electroshock trauma and then brought back through the same method (EVE kissing him creating an electrical discharge triggering the compartmentalized memory/personality back).
The primary or initial torture for many children in western U.S. was done at China Lake which officially has gone under the designations Naval Ordinance Test Station (pronounced in short as NOTS), Naval Weapons Center, NWC, Ridgecrest (the town nearby), and Inyo-kern (the area).The address of Nimitz Hospital is the code "232 Naval Air Weapons Station". The base was set up to test "new weapons".
Evidently, the Navy decided that mind controlled people were an important weapon to test. Most of the "new weapons" created at China Lake were for the most part human robots turned out in large numbers [the people WALL-E is geared primarily towards]. The Monarch Mind Control was carried out in large airplane hangers on the base which have been able to house thousands of tiny cages just large enough for human babies. Lots of 1,000 babies was a small batch.
According to people who worked in the hangers helping program, many batches were 2,000 or 3,000 babies. Many survivors remember the thousands of cages housing little children from ceiling to floor. The cages were hot wired (electrified on the ceiling, bottom and sides) so that the children who are locked inside can receive horrific electric shocks to their bodies to groom their minds to split into multiple personalities. These cages are called Woodpecker Grids.
The victim sees a flash of light when high D.C. voltage is applied. Later, this flash of light is used with hypnotic induction to make the person think they are going into another dimension when they are blasted "with high voltage. In the Peter Pan programming, the Programmers tell the slaves that this is riding the light."
One of the popular traumas after the small child has endured the Woodpecker Grid cages for days is to rape it. The rape is intentionally brutal so that it will be as traumatic as possible. Many of the technical people on the base are civilians. This is in part because part of the research involves mind-control, and Illuminati civilian mind-control experts have come and gone from the base.
The California Institute of Technology at Pasadena is intimately connected to China Lake’s research (and by the way to the Illuminati). Also much of the work at the facility is for the intelligence agencies and not the military. Intelligence assets are often civilians. One of the things developed in the California Universities and then implemented at China Lake was color programming, which will be covered later in this book.
Red and green were discovered to be the most visible colors for programming. Various colored flashing lights were used in programming at NOTS. Survivors of the programming all remember flashing lights. The use of flashing lights has been introduced into American culture by the CIA. If a person goes into bars and places where bands play, you will notice multi-colored lights flashing. The flashing lights create disassociation, especially in people who are programmed." [That's what I said!ish, this is also true of movies like WALL-E and Speed Racer which Stephen Colbert called: "It's the classic story of boy meets seizure inducing lights"]
NEW YORK -- Tim Burton and Disney have found their new Alice -- not in Wonderland or down the rabbit hole but Down Under.
Australian actress Mia Wasikowska is in final negotiations to walk through the looking glass in Burton's take on Lewis Carroll's classic fantasy novel "Alice in Wonderland." The deal marks the end of a long search for the big-budget project's title character.
The film, based on a script by Linda Woolverton ("The Lion King"), will be produced by longtime Burton collaborator Richard Zanuck, former Disney chairman Joe Roth and Jennifer and Suzanne Todd. It will be shot with live-action and performance-capture footage and presented in Disney Digital 3-D. Disney creative executive Jason Reed will oversee the project, set to begin principal photography in November.
Wasikowska got her start on the Aussie series "All Saints" and is a regular on HBO's "In Treatment." She next will appear opposite Daniel Craig in Ed Zwick's war drama "Defiance" and just completed filming the role of a young Amelia Earhart fan in Mira Nair's biopic "Amelia," starring Hilary Swank.
Wasikowska is repped by Endeavor and RGM Associates.
Another quote from a Guardian article: "It's such a classic and the imagery is so surreal," Burton has said in the past. "The stories are like drugs for children. It's like, 'Whoa, man'. So I think it's an interesting challenge." Screenwriter Linda Woolverton, who previously penned The Lion King, is adapting the novel."
Of course they've turned it into some pervy comic book, Grimm Fairy Tales comic series wiki link. Which puts a new spin on it, about Alice grown up, it is described how she is always "zoning out" and such things.
Post I'm working on is still coming at some point, taken a break from it, give it another day or two.