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Star Trek: a Psychological Operation against Humans

Updated on February 11, 2015

Captain Kirk vs the Gorn

Captain Kirk vs the Gorn... in a comedic advertisement.
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Star Trek

Star Trek was a long running television series. The show centered on the adventures of Captain Kirk, Spock, and Doctor Leonard "Bones" McCoy.

The theme of the great majority of the shows followed this story line:

The crew of the USS Enterprise arrives to a distant planet. The people of the planet are bound by a false belief. This is most often one of these two: they worship an entity they do not understand as a god; or they mistake the officers of the Enterprise for gods because they are ignorant and know nothing of science.

The narrator of the next video shows some of the satanic elements of Star Trek. I disagree with his comments about tongue flicking. This is a common action of almost everyone to moisten their lips as they are speaking.

The Google Homage to Star Trek's 46th Anniversary

Why Star Trek is a PsyOp

Star Trek is part of a very long running plan. The book of Revelation (formerly titled The Apocalypse) warns us of future events. That book tells us that demons will come down from "the heavens" and proclaim they are God Almighty. Many will be deceived and believe it.

The demonic kingdom knows it's time will be short. They have prepared for hundreds of years so that their opportunity will have greater chance of success. Part of this plan has been to control what people learn, what they believe, and what they reject.

Front Loading

Star Trek is a kind of brain washing, or front loading. The show teaches you how to react. It tells you that an alien race can be mistaken as gods by ignorant people.

Further, adding to this equation, is another premise repeated ad nauseum in Hollywood flicks. How often have you heard, "Religious people are just ignorant of science." And, how often have you heard it falsely said that Christians "reject Evolution and science."? True, a Christian, and many scientists, reject Darwin's conclusions. However, the extrapolation that all of science is anathema to Christianity is a propagated lie.

Star Trek, and many other television and silver screen productions are designed explicitly to subvert your conscious mind and subtly, or not so subtly program you to reject Jesus.

Here is another example: In an early episode of the X Files, a woman's boss is killed by terrorists. His spirit remains on earth and attacks and kills anyone who attempts to harm the woman, whom he loved like a daughter. In one of the attack scenes, two terrorists attack her at an ATM. As they are pulled past an alleyway, being violently murdered, the illuminated wall of the alley comes on screen. Graffiti there says, "Jesus Saves". Psychologically, in the subconscious, whether you like it or not, a scene of wicked men, sudden death, blood, and violence just got paired with the phrase "Jesus saves." Because many such events are written into Hollywood film, the subconscious mind of television and movie watchers develops a strong negative association with Christian terms and personalities.

Nostradamus Prophecy about TV and Radio

Nostradamus prophesied that one day people would sit in front of "boxes" and stare at them. But, the time would come when they realized their thoughts had been controlled by the boxes. Then, they would all take their boxes and pile them in the streets and burn them.

Subconscious Mind Control is Massive

I have other articles written about classical conditioning in movies and about mind control in television. This is not a small effort. The politically correct term for this practice is socialization. Socialization is the art of teaching people what to think and believe, and to do this without them really understanding it has been done to them.

In business text books, Darwin is mentioned in every book. I finished a degree in business. Many of my text books were actually ebooks. This enabled me to search them electronically. I found that every single text made mention of Charles Darwin and evolution at least once.

Do you know that psychological studies have shown that merely recognizing something, such as a face or the name of something, automatically increases the positive attributes a person associates with the remembered thing? It is true. This is why politicians put up placards with just their name. Come voting time, most voters have no knowledge of the heart of the candidates- who they really are. They cast votes based on their abstract feeling toward the name on the ballot. And, that is very likely the one they are most familiar with, and with which they have the most and best positive subconscious connections.

That is why negative ad campaigns work. The ad is designed to form negative mental associations in your subconscious mind with the opponent attacked in the ad. That is why Obama, in his 2008 campaign, used scriptures about Jesus in reference to himself. That is why Obama so often mentions names of favorably perceived presidents and people immediately following his own name. How often have you heard Obama compared to Kennedy or Lincoln or Roosevelt? If you think I exaggerate, know this: the American Psychological Association even issued a statement acknowledging that Obama was clearly utilizing psychological principles used to access and influence the subconscious mind. They condemned the practice.

Read my article on classical conditioning in movies based on the numbers 32 & 322. I also show how it is used.


The implications are obvious:

1. A very influential and powerful group is selling something they believe you would not accept if it were honestly presented to you. So, they use subversion of the subconscious mind.

2. Those who reject God are actually less clever than they think. They have been deceived.

3. Star Trek programmed this idea into Americans: people who believe in God are ignorant. Aliens with superior science can be confused as all-knowing creator gods by superstitious, ignorant cultures.


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    • Man from Modesto profile imageAUTHOR

      Man from Modesto 

      6 years ago from Kiev, Ukraine (formerly Modesto, California)

      blue: As long as you care what anyone else thinks, they control you. I wish you the best.

    • somethgblue profile image


      6 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      Modesto-boy . . . the Creator of All is certainly a part of everything 'He' created and hence is inside us all whether we like it or not including the Klingons, Romulans and Borg for that matter.

      To make such a narrow minded statement just cost you a follower as I have now terminated you from the 'worthy of reading list',

      adios chump!

    • sparkster profile image

      Sparkster Publishing 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Yes, very true. In my opinion evolution exists but it does not explain existence - it does not explain how the phenomena actually started in the first place.

    • Man from Modesto profile imageAUTHOR

      Man from Modesto 

      6 years ago from Kiev, Ukraine (formerly Modesto, California)

      Insane- Actually, God is not "inside us all". He only comes to dwell within those who ask Him into their hearts, and who do so with sincerity.

      A little truth is fine with the devil's plans- as long as just enough lies to ruin are believed also.

    • Man from Modesto profile imageAUTHOR

      Man from Modesto 

      6 years ago from Kiev, Ukraine (formerly Modesto, California)


      Darwin took with him articles written by his mentor and friend, Charles Lyell. Though Darwin is presented as an inciteful genius who postulated macroevolution on his own, this is not true. First, his own grandfather wrote a book called Zoonomia, in which some of the ideas of evolution are presented. Second, many others were talking about the idea of evolution at the time. Darwin was forced to publish when he was yet unsure- because another man was about to publish first. Third, in Darwin's naturalist club, there was another man, a Christian, who was working on a book titled "The Origin of Species". He noted the same observations of microevolution (which any child can make), except derived a different conclusion. Darwin's peer, who was also writing before Darwin (and with almost the exact same title) concluded that animals adapted slightly through generations "to preserve the created type". Basically, if an animal can change slightly, it can survive; it does not need to become an entirely new species, e.g. cat becoming a dog.

    • Insane Mundane profile image

      Insane Mundane 

      6 years ago from Earth

      Star Trek did not reject God... In fact, God was mentioned during the episodes, and even Captain Kirk once said that maybe God is within (inside) us all... Star Trek did nothing more than broaden our imaginations and help advance and/or prepare mankind for what might await us outside Earth, within the grand scheme of things. To say that Star Trek is a psychological operation against humans, is just plain asinine in my opinion, albeit we all have one...

    • sparkster profile image

      Sparkster Publishing 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      An interesting hub indeed. However, I don't really see evolution or Darwin's theory of natural selection as being anti-God or anti-creator as such. Presumably, a creator would be well aware of how evolutionary genetics work and could have possibly even designed that system.

    • somethgblue profile image


      6 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      I'm a little surprised this hub article hasn't gotten more attention as it is really well written and has such an interesting theme, are you getting a lot of page views?

    • Davesworld profile image


      6 years ago from Cottage Grove, MN 55016

      On the original Enterprise there was a chapel - non-denominational, of course. Captain Kirk consoles a female crew member there. To the best of my knowledge, no such animal in any of the follow-ons.

    • somethgblue profile image


      6 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      How often have movies and TV series been trying to send a message to the sheep watching or using their boxes for information and news. Take the recent TV show The Event (Nibiru Planet X) or Deep Impact (ELE) extinction level event.

      How often has sci-fi books, movies or TV series actually been used to condition the masses for upcoming technological advances that may seem too advanced for humans.

      Star Trek communicators for cell phones, Star Trek holo-decks for holographic technology (9-11), Stargate series also introduces us to the concept of 'stargates' have we seen these in use yet?

      The Day After Tomorrow introduces us to 'Climate Change', the recent TV Show Revolution introduces us to EMP's, Ocean's 11 was the first of course the power will not go down for thirty seconds and come back on but makes for a good movie.


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