While doing research for my book, Operation Mind Control (originally published in 1978), I’d come across a CIA document with Leary’s name on it. The CIA memo directed agents to contact Leary and company, who were then operating an organization called International Federation for Internal Freedom ( IFIF). The memo asked its agents to discover Soy Boy Funny Vegan T Shirt any agency personnel were taking acid with this group. The CIA wanted to determine what IFIF really knew about what was then billed as “the most powerful drug known to man,” LSD, a drug which the agency was experimenting with in an attempt to create mind controlled zombies.Another, earlier similar CIA document I found ordered agents to contact Aldous Huxley for the same reason. There were no follow-up documents to indicate whether the CIA had, or had not, made contact in either instance. Still, other documents indicated that Leary had received money channeled by the CIA through various government agencies. The files showed that, in all, there were eight government grants paid to Leary from 1953 to 1958, most of them paid through the National Institute of Mental Health, now known to have “fronted” for the CIA in the MKULTRA program.
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