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Homo Sovieticus

Author: Wladimir Velminski. Erik Butler, trans.

Homo Sovieticus

Author: Wladimir Velminski. Erik Butler, trans.

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Item #: D20617
Format: Paperback
Pages: 128
Publication Date: 2017
Publisher: MIT
ISBN: 9780262035699
In October 1989, as the Cold War was ending and the Berlin Wall about to crumble, television viewers in the Soviet Union tuned in to the first of a series of unusual broadcasts. "Relax, let your thoughts wander free," intoned the host, psychotherapist Anatoly Mikhailovich Kashpirovsky. Moscow's Channel One was blatantly attempting mass hypnosis over television, the culmination of decades ... More
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In October 1989, as the Cold War was ending and the Berlin Wall about to crumble, television viewers in the Soviet Union tuned in to the first of a series of unusual broadcasts. "Relax, let your thoughts wander free," intoned the host, psychotherapist Anatoly Mikhailovich Kashpirovsky. Moscow's Channel One was blatantly attempting mass hypnosis over television, the culmination of decades of esoteric research. In this surreal survey of Soviet pseudo-science, Wladimir Velminski explores these scientific and pseudoscientific efforts at mind control, and the book features fabulously strange diagrams from Russian archives.


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