Richard Alpert

Richard Alpert (Ram Dass) was a CIA agent, used in mind control experiments with LSD and other drugs with jesuit Timothy Leary, funded by Harvard University and in the media to create a mythology around the counterculture of the 60's (the New Age Church). He pushed the gay agenda and helped spreading the yoga trend (dissociation techniques used in mind control).

In 1962 Harvard funded the Concord prison experiment and Walter Pahnke's Good Friday experiment with psilocybin at Marsh chapel of Boston University with rose window with depiction of Jesus, under supervision of jesuit Timothy Leary and Alpert (dean of the chapel was the mentor of Martin Luther King, the Dionysian side of JFK).

Other participants were Huston Smith, Ralph Metzner and Holocaust survivor Nina Gabrol. Nina Gabrol played a role in neutralizing the anti-war movement with other hippie CIA agents like Yoko Ono. Huston Smith was professor at MIT and wrote the World's Religions. Metzner later worked for the California Institute for Integral Studies.


In 1963, year of the JFK ritual (also day of death Aldous Huxley, writer of the Doors of Perception), Leary and Alpert moved to the Milbrook estate of Peggy Hitchcock Mellon (Paul Mellon also CIA).

They received guests like Michael Hollingshead, Ken Kesey (MK Ultra), William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, John Perry Barlow (The Grateful Dead), Michael Bowen and members of the Brotherhood of Eternal Love (cannabis symbol and swastika like the Aryan Brotherhood), the so called hippie mafia of Orange County (Robert Hadley Stark). William Mellon Hitchcock was their patron (William V=the Daemon, the Shadow). Peggy Hitchcock's husband Walter Bowart wrote Operation Mind Control (Ayin the Devil).

In 1966 Gordon Liddy (also jesuit) played a role in the fake drug raid on the Hitchbrook Estate.

In 1967 he went to India to be trained in yoga by Neem Karoli Baba with Baghavan Das (worked with Mike D of the Beastie Boys) and Larry Brilliant. Brilliant was a close friend of Steve Jobs and worked for the WHO, Google, Skoll Foundation and The Well with Stewart Brand.

Alpert and Karoli Baba worked with Daniel Goleman (The NY Times, WEF, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Mind and Life Institute with Dalai Lama), Krishna Das (worked with Blue Oyster Cult, Sting, Rick Rubin, Steely Dan) and Dada Mukerjee, a classmate of Fabian Society puppet Jawaharlal Nehru.

Richard Alpert (Ram Dass) and Krishna Das

The next year The Beatles visited Indian guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi with Mia Farrow (mother of Antichrist in Rosemary's Baby) and Mike Love of Laurel Canyon act The Beach Boys, to move towards a world religion (promoted in Life magazine of Time).

In 1971 he wrote Be Here Now (cover with Monarch butterfly symbolism), published by the Lama Foundation, a retreat center similar to Trabuco College of Gerald Heard and Aldous Huxley.

In 1977 Elizabeth Lesser founded the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies with a library named after Ram Dass. It hosted lectures of Ram Dass, Eckhart Tolle, Al Gore, Deepak Chopra, Maya Angelou, Jane Goodall (UN, Disneynature), Gloria Steinem, Allen Ginsberg, RFK Jr, Philip Glass, Thich Nhat Hanh, Lon Milo DuQuette (OTO).

In 1978 he founded the Seva Foundation with Larry Brilliant, Nicole Grasset (also WHO), Wavy Gravy (Merry Pranksters of Ken Kesey, Hog Farm with Dianne Lake of Manson Family) and Govindappa Venkataswami (student of Sri Aurobindo). It was funded by Steve Jobs.

In 2004 ABC produced the series Lost with a character named Richard Alpert, played by Nestor Carbonell.

In 2017 Netflix produced Ram Dass, Going Home.

born 4/6/1931, date Richard I, John Dillinger, d Igor Stravinsky.

died 12/22/2019, date Pamela Courson.

the 60's

History of Mind Control