Home>Shows>Jasun Horsley – UFOs, Trauma, and Hacking the Human Psyche

Jasun Horsley – UFOs, Trauma, and Hacking the Human Psyche

Jasun Horsley discusses his book Prisoner of Infinity – UFOs, Social Engineering, and the Psychology of Fragmentation.

(Stream / download audio at bottom of page)

Prisoner of Infinity examines modern-day accounts of UFOs, alien abductions, and psychism to uncover a century-long program of psychological fragmentation, collective indoctrination, and covert cultural, social, and mythic engineering.

Whether it is the forces of God, government, aliens from outer (or inner) space, or the incalculable effects of childhood sexual trauma on the human psyche, premature contact with these forces compels us to create ‘crucial fictions’. Such semi-coherent mythic narratives make partial sense out of our experience, but in the process turn us into the unreliable narrators of our own lives.

Taking UFOS and the work of ‘experiencer’ Whitley Strieber as its departure point, Prisoner of Infinity explores how beliefs are created and perceptions are managed in the face of the inexplicably complex forces of our existence. While keeping the question of a non-human and/or paranormal element open, the book maps how all-too-human agendas (such as the CIA’s MK Ultra program) have co-opted the ancient psychological process of myth-making, giving rise to dissociative, dumbed-down Hollywood versions of reality. The New Age movement, UFOs, alien abductions, psychism, psychedelic mind expansion, Transhumanism, the Space Program – what if they are all productions devised by committee in dark rooms to serve social, political, and economic goals that are largely devoid of true substance or meaning?

Through an exacting and enlivening process of social, cultural and psychological examination and excavation, Prisoner of Infinity uncovers the most deeply buried treasure of all. The original, uncredited author of all mystery and meaning: the human soul.

Previous interview with Jasun Horsley:
Sex, Occultism and Social Engineering

Bumper music: Cliff Martinez ‘Traffic OST’
Christina Vantzou ‘No 3’

Download this show (69.8MB)


Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.