In my last post I noted that some American voters were allegedly "brainwashed" via the Harry Potter series of novels into voting for Obama as president. Apparently the texts contain a moral message, which played a "small, but not insignificant role" in voters minds.
It was reported recently that Harry Potter fans are flocking to Edinburgh's Greyfriars Churchyard - home of the infamous Bobby dog - as they believe that the gravestone of a Thomas Riddell, who died in 1806, was the inspiration for Dark Lord Voltermort. Apparently, notes and suchlike are being left by the Potterites. Edinburgh Evening News
Today's BBC questions Are we close to making human mind control a reality ? It seems that a pair of scientists have worked out a way to communicate almost telepathically when playing a computer game; one wearing a "cap with wires coming out of it" simply thinks when to fire a cannon, and this is somehow relayed via the Internet to the other who indeed does press the button. Rather than calling this "mind control" the scientists have adopted the moniker "human to human brain interface". The article notes of "parallels with the evil Voldemort's Imperius curse, used to manipulate people in the Harry Potter stories".
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Some people believe that many celebrities have undergone some type of mind conditioning.
Edinburgh Castle is the current home of the alleged Stone of Destiny, which some claim is the Biblical Joseph's pillow stone. It is extremely likely that the next King will be crowned upon it, as is ritual.
The image below is from Beaumont's book, showing Edinburgh Castle from "Voldemort's" Greyfriars Churchyard.