Lenon Honor’s The 911 Fear-Based Mind Control Program is simply a must-read for anyone interested in truly healing from the deep psychological trauma that was inflicted upon the global population on September 11th, 2001. The events that unfolded on September 11th, 2001 truly were traumatic – perhaps the most traumatic single series of events broadcast to the global population via mass media in real time in all of human history. In fact, millions of Americans suffered from a form of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result of the events of 9/11. The trauma associated with 9/11 was not processed by the conscious mind of the vast majority of the global population; rather, this trauma was submerged into the subconscious mind of the global population, and is re-triggered by the mass media in a systematic manner in order to re-install the original trauma associated with the event and to keep the global population in a state of fear-based mind control. Hence, The 911 Fear-Based Mind Control Program. Let’s expand on this a bit.
In a nutshell, The 911 Fear-Based Mind Control Program works like this: the trigger event – the events that unfolded on our televisions screens on the day of September 11th, 2001 itself – induced trauma into the mind of the global population. Videos of allegedly hijacked commercial airliners filled with innocent passengers were shown repeatedly slamming and exploding into the World Trade Center buildings, which were themselves allegedly filled with thousands of innocent Americans. Images of destruction, death, mayhem, and chaos ensued. World Trade Center employees were depicted jumping out of the burning towers, falling to their death in a gruesome, spectacular fashion; various media reports were filled with ominous, dire predictions; the two primary World Trade Center towers were shown blowing apart, collapsing into their own footprint resulting in the death of hundreds of innocent people (again, allegedly).
The various forms of trauma associated with September 11th, 2001 produced fear in the minds of billions of people on planet earth, particularly the American people who experienced this tragic event on their own soil. This fear led to an externalization of power, wherein the traumatized and fearful public relied upon the Jewish-controlled American government and media to tell them how to think, interpret, and react to the events of 9/11. This externalization of power then led to a form of psychological control over the populace, which has been in place and is re-triggered via the mass media ever since.
In the book, Lenon describes the conscious mind and the subconscious mind. The conscious mind is linear, is aware of the concept of time (past, present, and future), and is primarily concerned with defining unknown elements. The subconscious mind, on the other hand, is unaware of the concept of time, stores memories, and is primarily concerned with protecting the conscious mind. When the conscious mind is unable to define unknown elements, or it’s ability to define unknown elements is compromised, a form of psychological trauma is induced, and this trauma is then submerged into the subconscious mind as a means to protect the conscious mind. The traumatic events of September 11th, 2001 were never processed by the conscious mind, and this trauma was submerged into the subconscious mind.
Why was the trauma induced on September 11th, 2001 never processed by the conscious mind? How was the conscious mind compromised and exploited by the (staged and largely fabricated) events of 9/11? Lenon argues that three key factors compromised the conscious mind on 9/11:
- sensory overload
- conflicting information
The majority of people saw the events of September 11th, 2001 on their television screens. The senses utilized to interpret these events were overloaded by the news coverage of the events that day – the sights and sounds associated with 9/11 were not processed by the conscious mind, creating a form of trauma. Also, conflicting information presented by the mass media about what exactly was taking place that day also overloaded the conscious mind, again creating a form of trauma. Finally, the events of September 11th, 2001 produced a profound sense of fear in the global population, particularly in the American population. These three key factors compromised the conscious mind’s ability to process the events of September 11th, 2001, and the trauma associated with the event was submerged into the subconscious mind.
In the book, Lenon also analyzes the mainstream and alternative media, and how they really are a part of the same Fear-Based Mind Control complex, causing their viewers or listeners to externalize power and remain in a state of control. The mainstream and alternative media have many similarities, they just target different population demographics. The mainstream media gives the official narrative of any given event, engages in virtually no independent research or investigation, and essentially acts as the stenographers or the official mouthpiece of the criminals controlling the government. Lenon describes the alternative media as being largely web-based and concerned with the “unofficial narrative” of any given event. Both the mainstream and alternative media largely source their information from official sources, are corporate funded, use legal statements to protect themselves in the event their reporting is found to be erroneous or contains inaccurate information, engage in very little independent research or investigation, and, perhaps most importantly, cause their viewers or listeners to externalize power. The mainstream and alternative media both use fear-based programming techniques, which include sensory overload and conflicting information to induce confusion, vulnerability, and susceptibility in their target audience, and both are problem-oriented causing their viewers or listeners to externalize power.
The independent media, on the other hand, engages in independent study and investigation, is solution-oriented, provide an independent perspective not tied to corporate sponsorship, and is generally empowering, causing the listener or viewer to internalize power. The independent media is not interested in keeping their audience in a state of fear, as opposed to the mainstream and alternative media.
Another crucial aspect of The 911 Fear-Based Mind Control Program is the re-triggering of the subconscious trauma inflicted on September 11th, 2001 through cyclical media reports leading up to the anniversary of 9/11 each year. In the roughly six weeks leading up to the date September 11th of each year, various trigger stories, images, sounds, videos, and even movies are broadcast to the public via mass media to re-trigger the trauma of 9/11. Some of the stories used to re-trigger the subconscious trauma of September 11th, 2001 include media reports of terror and bomb threats, the resurgence or threat of al-Qaeda, “credible but unconfirmed threats” from “terrorists”, “National Security crises”, and problems with commercial aviation. Since we are currently in that six week re-triggering cycle, I’d like to demonstrate exactly what Lenon is talking about.