Have you heard about MK-Ultra? Probably.
Have you heard about MK-Naomi? Probably not.
MK-Ultra was a top-secret project conducted by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) from the 1950s to the early 1970s. The project’s objective was to research and develop methods of mind control and behavioral modification.
Under MK-Ultra, the CIA conducted a wide range of experiments involving various techniques, including the administration of drugs, such as LSD and other hallucinogens, to human subjects.
The project also explored other methods such as hypnosis, sensory deprivation, electroconvulsive therapy, and psychological manipulation.
It was operated under a veil of secrecy and many of the experiments were conducted without the knowledge or consent of the subjects involved, including both American citizens and individuals abroad.
Meanwhile, MK-Naomi was a code name for a covert project undertaken by the CIA in the 1950s and 1960s.
The project aimed to develop and stockpile various lethal and incapacitating agents that could be used for covert operations, including assassination attempts and intelligence gathering.
MK-Naomi was a part of MK-Ultra.
Under MK-Naomi, the CIA included the production and testing of toxins, drugs, and biological agents, involving the development of methods to deliver these agents, such as through aerosol sprays, contaminated food or water supplies, and covert administration to targets.
MK-Naomi was highly secretive, and its existence was officially revealed during the 1970s as part of the investigations into CIA activities.
Steve Falconer created a documentary called TRUST ULTRA TRUST NAOMI and we chatted about it.