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Peace Revolution episode 044: The Ultimate History Lesson w/ John Taylor Gatto / Hour 4 + Commentary

Notes, References, and Links for further study:

Your invitation to the Tragedy and Hope online critical thinking community

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Tragedy and Hope dot com (all of our media productions, freeto the public). On the top menu, there is a “Trivium” selection, which includes the Brain model discussed in Peace Revolution episodes.


  1. Ultimate History Lesson Hour 4, minutes 1 -15 (approx.)
  2. (Book) “The Metalogicon: A Twelfth-Century Defense of the Verbal and Logical Arts of the Trivium” by John of Salisbury
  3. Thomas Becket (on Wikipedia)
  4. John of Salisbury (on Wikipedia)
  5. R. Gordon Wasson (on Wikipedia)
  6. (Book) “Soma: Divine Mushroom of Immortality” by R. Gordon Wasson (1972)
  7. (Book) “Mushrooms, Russia and History” by Valentina Pavlovna Wasson and R. Gordon Wasson (1957) (click here to read Volume I & click here to read Volume II)
  8. Antony Sutton
  9. Lysander Spooner (on Wikipedia)
  10. Frédéric Bastiat (on Wikipedia)
  11. (Book) “The Law” by Frédéric Bastiat
  12. Daughters of the Barons of Runnemede
  13. St. Ignatius Loyola (Catholic encyclopedia)
  14. Protestant Reformation (on Wikipedia)
  15. Counter-Reformation (on Wikipedia)
  16. The Society of Jesus (“Jesuits”; Catholic encyclopedia)
  17. Adam Weishaupt (on Wikipedia)
  18. (Book) “The Leipzig Connection: Basics in Education” by Paolo Lionni (1993)
  19. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (on Wikipedia)
  20. Johann Kaspar Lavater (on Wikipedia)
  21. Prussian Education System (on Wikipedia)
  22. (Book)  “The Story of Civilization” (11-volume set) by Will & Ariel Durant
  23. Admiral David Farragut (on Wikipedia)
  24. Hemp + George Washington/Thomas Jefferson
  25. (Book) “The Emperor Wears No Clothes: The Authoritative Historical Record of Cannabis and the Conspiracy Against Marijuana… and How Hemp Can Save The World” by Jack Herer (1973)
  26. Hearst  + HEMP prohibition
  27. Hour 4 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 1-15:
  28. UNCED (Youtube Video) (6:00 Talks about Rothschild funding of Rhodes)
  29. John of Salisbury(Wikipedia)
  30. Metalogicon (Wikipedia)
  31. Thomas Beckett (Wikipedia)
  32. R. Gordon Wasson (Wikipedia)
  33. JP Morgan (Wikipedia)
  34. (Book) "Soma: Divine Mushroom of Immortality (Ethno-Mycological Studies)" by Robert Gordon Wasson
  35. Life Magazine May 13th 1957 "Seeking the magic mushroom" (Magazine Article)
  36. Robert Gordon Wasson (Library / Archives)
  37. JP Morgan (Library / Archives)
  38. Century Club (Wikipedia)
  39. Wall Street – The Corner (Wikipedia)
  40. Edward Bernays (Wikipedia)
    1. (Book) "Propaganda" by Edward Bernays
  41. All Souls College, Oxford (Wikipedia)
  42. (Book) "Hall-Carbine Affair" by R Gordon Wasson
  43. Allan Nevins letters (Wikipedia)
  44. American Historical Association (Wikipedia)
  45. Carnegie Endowment (Wikipedia)
  46. Psilocybin Mushrooms (Wikipedia)
  47. John G Bourke (Wikipedia) 
    1. (Book) "Scatological Rites of All Nations" by John G Bourke
  48. (Book) "Sacred Mushroom Seeker: Tributes to R. Gordon Wasson" by Thomas J. Riedlinger
  49. Mazatec Indians (Wikipedia)
  50. Mazatec Indians (Catholic Encyclopedia)
  51. Maria Sabina (Wikipedia)
  52. Council on Foreign Relations (Wikipedia)
  53. Charles Douglas Jackson (Wikipedia)
  54. Henry P Davidson (Wikipedia)
  55. Henry Luce (Wikipedia)
  56. Time Life Magazine (Wikipedia)
  57. Allen Dulles (Wikipedia)
  58. National Geographic (Wikipedia)
  59. Clair Booth Luce (Wikipedia)
  60. When the Elite Loved LSD” (Time Article)
  61. “Cary in the Sky with Diamonds” by Cari Beauchamp and Jude Bachrach  (VanityFair Article)
  62. Timothy Leary (Wikipedia)
  63. “IMAGE OF AN ASSASSINATION; A new look at the Zapruder film” (YouTube Video) (CD Jackson is referenced as the man who bought the Zapruder film)
  64. (Book) “SYKEWAR: Psychological Warfare against Germany, D-Day to VE-Day” by David Lerner (Includes William Paley and CD Jackson as psychological warfare during WWII)
  65. Abe Zapruder (Spartacus Educational Blog – Wikipedia Links imbedded within text)
  66. Lee Harvey Oswald (Wikipedia)
  67. Valentina Pavlovna Wasson (Erowid Entry)
    1. (Book) “Mushrooms, Russia, and History” by Valentina Pavlovna Wasson (.pdf’s are at the bottom of the page)
  68. History of the Hippie Movement (Wikipedia) (Wasson + Psychedelic Revolution + New Age)
  69. Psychedelic Experience (Wikipedia)
  70. Heraldo Show (YouTube Video) (March 6, 1975; First Public Showing of the Zapruder Film)
  71. Kennedy’s Executive Order 11110 (Wikipedia)
  72. Cold War (Wikipedia)
  73. (Book) "Compromised Campus" by Sigmund Diamond
  74. Harold J. Berman (Wikipedia)
  75. James Bryant Conant (Wikipedia)
  76. Utopia (Wikipedia)
  77. The Republic (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
  78. The Laws (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
  79. (Book) "Family of Secrets" by Russ Baker
  80. London School of Economics (Wikipedia)
  81. Thomas Campbell Wasson (Wikipedia)
  82. Antony Sutton (Wikipedia)
  83. Stanford University (Wikipedia)
  84. Daughters of the Barons of Runnymede (Wikipedia)
    1. (Book) “Underground History of American Education” by John Taylor Gatto; Chapter 12 entitled “Daughter’s of the Barons of Runnymede”
  85. (Book) "America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull and Bones" by Antony Sutton
  86. (Book) "The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America" by Charlotte Iserbyte
  87. Jan Iserbyte (SunJournal Article)
  88. King Leopold - White King Red Rubber Black Death (Google Video)
  89. U.S. Department of Education (Wikipedia)
  90. (Book) "The Underground History of American Education" by John Taylor Gatto
  91. Dark Ages (Wikipedia)
  92. Adoption (Wikipedia)
  93. Ignatius of Loyola (Wikipedia)
  94. Ignatius of Loyola (Catholic Encyclopedia)
  95. The Jesuits (Catholic Encyclopedia)
  96. Alumbrados (Wikipedia)
  97. Alumbrados (Catholic Encyclopedia)
  98. Bavarian Illuminati (Wikipedia)
  99. Protestantism (Wikipedia)
  100. Counter-Reformation (Wikipedia)
  101. Counter-Reformation (Catholic Encyclopedia)
  102. "The Role of the Venetian Oligarchy in Reformation, Counter-reformation, Enlightenment, and the Thirty Years’ War" by Webster Tarpley  (Essay)
  103. (Book) "The Hiram Key: Pharaohs, Freemasonry, and the Discovery of the Secret Scrolls of Jesus" by Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas
  104. Webster Tarpley (Wikipedia)
  105. (Book) "Institutes on the Christian Religion" by John Calvin
  106. Institutes of the Christian Religion by John Calvin (Wikipedia)
  107. Adam Weishaupt (Wikipedia)
  108. Bavarian Illuminati Reference materials
    1. Oxford English Dictionary
    2. Illuminati: ‖‖ illuminati, n. pl.
      1. Also sing. illuminato (-ˈɑːtəʊ); †plur. -oes.
      2. Plural of L. illūminātus, It. -ato ‘enlightened’, used in fig. sense.]
    3. A name assumed by or applied to various societies or sects because of their claim to special enlightenment in religious, or (later) intellectual, matters.
      1. a.a Applied to a sect of Spanish heretics which existed in the 16th c. under the name Alumbrados or ‘enlightened’; subsequently, to a similar but obscure sect of Familists which arose in France in Louis XIII's reign.
      2. 1599 Sandys Europæ Spec. (1632) 166 An other pestilent Sect there was not long since of the Illuminati in Aragon.    1652 R. Boreman Countr. Catech. ii. 5 The Illuminatoes of the times, the Anabaptists.    1686 tr. Bouhours' St. Ignatius ii. 77 The Inquisitors‥were induced to believe, that‥the Person‥might either be an Illuminato or a Lutheran.    1749 G. Lavington Enthus. Methodists & Papists (1754) I. ii. 114 The Alumbrado's or Illuminati of Spain.
    4. b.b Used to render Ger. Illuminaten, the name of a celebrated secret society, founded at Ingolstadt in Bavaria, in 1776, by Professor Adam Weishaupt, holding deistic and republican principles, and having an organization akin to freemasonry; hence applied to other thinkers regarded as atheistic or free-thinking, e.g. the French Encyclopædists.
      1. 1797 J. Robison (title) Proofs of a Conspiracy against all the Religions and Governments of Europe, carried on in the secret meetings of Freemasons, Illuminati, and Reading Societies.    1798 Washington Lett. Writ. 1893 XIV. 119 The doctrines of the Illuminati and principles of Jacobinism.    1802 Kett Elem. Gen. Knowl. 71 (Jod.) The Freethinkers of England, the Philosophists of France, and the Illuminati of Germany.
    5. c.c gen. Persons affecting or claiming to possess special knowledge or enlightenment on any subject: often used satirically.
      1. 1816 T. L. Peacock Headlong Hall i, The conversation among these illuminati soon became animated.    1846 H. Rogers Ess. I. iv. 157 What was dark to himself was happily quite clear to these illuminati [the alchemists].    1850 Marg. Fuller Life without & Life within (1860) 41 Wilhelm is deemed worthy of admission to the society of the Illuminati, that is, those who have pierced the secret of life, and know what it is to be and to do.    a 1878 Sir G. Scott Recollect. iii. (1879) 111 All thanks and honour‥to the older Pugin, however much our illuminati may sneer.    1887 Contemp. Rev. Apr. 592 An illuminato like Katkoff may write as if Russia was invincible; practical men know better.
  109. 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica 11th Edition (Pre-Censorship for mass distribution)
  110. Illuminati
  111. Catholic Encyclopedia
  112. Illuminati
    1. At first (1774) he aimed at an arrangement with the Freemasons. Closer inquiry, however, destroyed his high estimate of this organization, and he resolved to found a new society which, surrounded with the greatest possible secrecy, would enable him most effectually to realize his aims and could at all times be precisely adapted to the needs of the age and local conditions.
  113. Estonian Wikipedia entry for Illuminati (translated)
  114. Cites “Kindergarten” as a novice initiative level of the Illuminati
  115. Illuminati Sightseeing: The Masonic Congress of Wilhelmsbad (1782)
  116. Illuminati (and all Secret Societies) banned in Bavaria (1785)
  117. How to enforce such a law?
  118. Documents published by the Bavarian Government 1796
  119. Nachtrag von weitern Originalschriften welche die Illuminatensekte (1787)
    1. Amazon.com “Nachtrag Von Weitern Originalschriften, Welche Die Illuminatensekte Überhaupt, Sonderbar Aber Den Stifter, Derselben Adam Weishaupt ... Betreffen, Und ... Illuminaten-Neste, Vorgen...” (German Edition) [Paperback]
    2. Duke University. Library. Jantz Collection. German Baroque Literature (Author)
    3. Google Books: “Nachtrag von weitern Originalschriften, welche die Illuminatensekte überhaupt, sonderbar aber den Stifter, derselben Adam Weishaupt ... betreffen, und bey der auf dem Baron Bassusischen Schloss zu Sandersdorf, einem bekannten Illuminaten-Neste, vorgenommenen Visitation endeckt, sofort auf Churfürstlich höchsten Befehl gedruckt ... ; zwo Abtheilungen” (Google eBook)
    4. Archive.org: “Nachtrag von weitern Originalschriften, welche die Illuminatensekte überhaupt, sonderbar aber …” (1787)
  120. Einige Originalschriften Des Illuminaten Ordens Munich (1787)
    1. Scribd.com: “Einige Originalschriften Des Illuminaten Ordens, Munich, 1787 Color
  121. Die Neuesten Arbeiten des Spartacus und Philo (1793)
    1. Google Books: “Die neuesten Arbeiten des Spartacus und Philo in dem Illuminaten-Orden” (Google eBook)
    2. Amazon.com: “Die Neuesten Arbeiten Des Spartacus Und Philo In Dem Illuminaten-orden” (German Edition) by Ludwig Adolf Christian von Grolmann
    3. Scribd.com: “Die Neuesten Arbeiten Des Sparticus Und Philo, Munich” (1793)
    4. Yet the “Illuminati” and “Illuminism” continue to spread in America…
  122. “Illuminati Conspiracy Part One: A Precise Exegesis on the Available Evidence” - by Terry Melanson, Aug. 5th, 2005
  123. (Book) “Proofs of a Conspiracy” by Professor John Robison (1798)
  124. Member of the Royal Society and Professor of Physics – John Robison (Wikipedia)
  125. George Washington’s Letters (October 24, 1798)
  126. George Washington acknowledge the Doctrines of the Illuminati were Spreading in the United States
  127. Library of Congress (Search “Illuminati&rdquowinking
  128. Thomas Jefferson’s Letters
  129. “The Writings of Thomas Jefferson”, Volume VII, 1795-1801, pp. 419-421
  130. See also: "As Weishaupt lived under the tyranny of a despot and priests, he knew that caution was necessary even in spreading information, and the principles of pure morality. This has given an air of mystery to his views, was the foundation of his banishment.... If Weishaupt had written here, where no secrecy is necessary in our endeavors to render men wise and virtuous, he would not have thought of any secret machinery for that purpose." - Thomas Jefferson
  131. John Quincy Adams’ “Letters on Freemasonry” (1832) (Archive.org)
  132. The Morgan Affair of 1826 (Death of William Morgan)
  133. Anti-Masonic Party (Wikipedia) (1st third-party formed in America)
    1. Creation of Mormonism: "Mormonism is designed to appear to be a religion, but it is instead a secret society at its core. In fact, since its inception, it had a structure and goals similar to the Bavarian Illuminati. Its mysticism and religious doctrine read just as if lifted from Masonic texts and Kabbalistic writings. It was created after the Morgan Affair of 1826 when the Freemason sect was nationally under attack and virtually came to an end. Mormonism was a means of continuation by another name, but with clever modern occult doctrines of communism and plural wives added in the mix. " 
  134. Moses Hess (Wikipedia)
  135. (Book) 1861: “The Revival of Israel / Rome and Jerusalem: The Last Nationalist Question” by Moses Hess
  136. 1917: Balfour Declaration / Letter from Arthur James Balfour to Lord Rothschild on behalf of the Monarchy of Great Britain
  137. (Book) “Morals and Dogma” by Gen. Albert Pike
  138. Scottish Rite Freemasonry
  139. New England and the Bavarian Illuminati” (Columbia University)
  140. Faculty of Political Science of Columbia University 1918
  141. Jews and Freemasons in Europe 1723-1939” by Jacob Katz, The University of Jerusalem and published by Harvard University Press (1970)
  142. (Book) “Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time” by Professor Carroll Quigley (1966)
  143. Carroll Quigley (Wikipedia) (Tutor to Rhodes Scholar William J. Clinton)
  144. (Book) “Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith” by James H. Billington
  145. James H. Billington (Wikipedia) (Rhodes Scholar and Librarian of Congress)
  146. The Real New World Order” by Anne-Marie Slaughter
  147. Council on Foreign Relations Publication
  148. Noam Chomsky (Wikipedia) “The New World Order” C-SPAN presentation (1998)
  149. (Book) “Perfectibilists: The 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati” by Terry Melanson
  150. Computer Scientists Crack “Unbreakable” Code, Find Minutes of 250-Year-Old Secret Society” (Discover Magazine, 2011)
  151. (Book) “The Leipzig Connection” by Paolo Lionni (Amazon)
  152. The artificial extension of childhood
  153. Rendering children harmless
  154. Training future recruits
  155. Hazing in fraternities
  156. To marginalize the young, considered to be the ‘most dangerous’
  157. (Book) “The 100 Most Influential Books Ever Written The History of Thought From Ancient Times to Today” by Martin Seymour-Smith
  158. Page 49 According to Plutarch Alexander wrote a letter to Aristotle
  159. Hemp Facts / North American Hemp Council (NAIHC Website)
  160. (Book) Jack Herer “The Emperor Wears No Clothes” (See Links Below)
  161. It’s like public schooling puts blindfolds on us, and the elite are so confident that everyone is blinded by the school system; that they’re now walking around nakedly exhibiting their greed and malign for the public… and it’s time we called them out, and show everyone how to un-blindfold themselves.
  162. (Book) "The Emperor Wears No Clothes" by Jack Herer
    1. Chapter 4: A Conspiracy to Wipe Out the Natural Competition (Benjamin Franklin + Paper Mills)
    2. Chapter 1: American Historical Notes
    3. Chapter 9: Energy and the Economy (Henry Ford Hemp for Fuel)
  163. William Randolph Hearst (Wikipedia)
  164. RKO 281 (Movie)
  165. “The American Experience” The Battle Over Citizen Kane (Documentary)
  166. Citizen Kane (Movie)
  167. DuPont (Wikipedia)
  168. Ultimate History Lesson Hour 4, minutes 15 -30 (approx.)
  169. (Book) “A Dictionary of the English Language” by Samuel Johnson (1755)
  170. (Book) “Meditations” by Marcus Aurelius Antonitus (circa 180)
  171. (Book) “The Works of Julius Caesar”
  172. John Taylor Gatto + Trivium + Gnostic Media
  173. Trivium (on Wikipedia)
  174. Quadrivium (on Wikipedia)
  175. “The Lost Tools of Learning” by Dorothy Sayers 
  176. Hour 4 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 15 -30 (approx.)
  177. Bionomics (Wikipedia)
  178. (Book) "Molecular Vision of Life" by Lily E. Kay
  179. Rockefeller Foundation (Wikipedia)
  180. Eugenics (Wikipedia)
  181. Science of Man / Edward Alsworth Ross (Yale Review, Volume 2)
    1. The Rockfeller Foundation's Molecular Vision of Life — How the Aims of Eugenics, Social Control, and Human Engineering Shaped Molecular Biology and 20th Century Science.  A Review of Lily E. Kay's The Molecular Vision of Life: Caltech, The Rockefeller Foundation, and the Rise of the New Biology (Oxford University Press, 1993), January16, 2009.  Reviewed by Chris Masterjohn. (Search term “social control” – Coined by Edward Alsworth Ross)
  182. Lionus Pauling (Wikipedia)
  183. Clarence Streit (Wikipedia)
  184. (Book) “Union Now with Britain” by Clarence Streit
  185. Rhodes Milner Round Table Movement (Wikipedia)
  186. Elwood P Cubberly (Wikipedia)
  187. Teachers College, Columbia University (Wikipedia)
  188. Edward Thorndyke (Wikipedia)
  189. (Book) "Manager’s of Virtue" by David Tyack and Elizabeth Hansot
  190. Definition of Allusion (Wikipedia)
  191. (Book) "Perfectibilists" by Terry Melanson 
  192. (Book) "Illuminati Manifesto of World Revolution 1792 by Niccolas Bonneville translated by Marco de Luchetti"
  193. (Book) 1797 J. Robison (title) "Proofs of a Conspiracy against all the Religions and Governments of Europe, carried on in the secret meetings of Freemasons, Illuminati, and Reading Societies"
  194. Abbe Barruel (Wikipedia)
  195. Free Draft Chapters of The Illuminati of Bavaria by Marco de Luchetti
    1. Chapter Nine - Illuminati Aims.pdf: Taking Education of Children Away from Parents
  196. (Book) "Brave New World" by Aldus Huxley
  197. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Wikipedia)
  198. Zeitgeist Movement (Wikipedia)
  199. All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace by Adam Curtis (TopDocumentaryFilms.com)
  200. Dan Brown (Wikipedia)
    1. The Da Vinci Code (IMDb)
    2. Angel’s and Demons (IMDb)
  201. Esalen Institute (Wikipedia)
  202. Terence McKenna (Wikipedia)
  203. 2012 Phenomenon (Wikipedia)
  204. Tavistock Institute (Wikipedia)
  205. MK-Ultra (Wikipedia)
  206. Strict Observance Lodge (Wikipedia)
  207. Scottish Rite Freemasonry (Wikipedia)
  208. York Rite Freemasonry (Wikipedia)
  209. Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria (Wikipedia)
  210. Aldolph Freiherr Knigge (Wikipedia)
  211. Congress of Wilhelmsbad (Metapedia)
  212. French Revolution (Wikipedia)
  213. (Book) "Tragedy and Hope" by Carroll Quigley
  214. Jacobins (Wikipedia)
  215. French Revolution (Wikipedia)
  216. (Book) "Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith" by James H. Billington
  217. Nicholas Bonneville (Wikipedia)
  218. J.C. Bode  (Illuminati of Bavaria)
  219. Amis Reunis Lodge (Bavarian Illuminati: Home of the Original Writings of the Illuminati)
  220. Thomas Paine’s ménage a trios with Bonneville’s wife (Chapter 4: The Occult Origins of Organization)
  221. Benjamin Bonneville (Wikipedia) (Astor financed his western expeditions)
  222. The Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers (YouTube Video)
  223. Johann Gottlieb Fichte (Wikipedia)
  224. Alfred the Great (Wikipedia)
  225. Aide-de-champ Marquis De Lafayette (Wikipedia)
  226. Honore Gabriel Riqueti, comte de Mirabeau (Wikipedia)
  227. (Book) "Age of Reason" by Thomas Paine (Expose on Christian Paganism)
  228. Niccolò Machiavelli (Wikipedia)
    1. (Book) "The Art of War" by Niccolo Machiavelli
  229. Johann Gottlieb Fichte c. Ficthte’s Return to the University and his Final Years (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
  230. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Wikipedia)
  231. V for Vendetta (Wikipedia)
    1. Movie (IMDb)
    2. Script (IMSDb)
  232. Immanuel Kant (Wikipedia)
  233. Jacob Friedrich von Able (Wikipedia)
  234. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (Wikipedia)
  235. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (Wikipedia)
  236. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (Standford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
  237. Friedrich Schiller (Wikipedia)
  238. (Book) "Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition" by Glen Alexander Magee
  239. (Book) "Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry" by Albert Pike
  240. Kabbalah (Wikipedia)
  241. Etymology of Pedagogue (Online Etymology Dictionary)
  242. “WEARERS OF FEZZES: Facts About An Arabic Order And Its American Uses: KNOWN AS MYSTIC SHRINERS: Has Existed in Arabia Since A.D. 664, and Was Instituted by Son-in-Law of Mohammed” (The Saint Paul globe., September 08, 1901, Page 14, Image 14)
  243. Wahhabi Islam (Wikipedia)
  244. “The Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers” (Youtube Video)
    1. Ben Franklin is referenced as being a Freemason at the Amis Reunis Lodge, a lodge infiltrated by the Illuminati
  245. ( Book) "Freedom and Religion in Kant and his Immediate Successors: The Vocation of Humankind, 1774-1800" by George di Giovanni  (Weishaupt’s Critiques of Kant)
  246. James Pierpont Greaves (Wikipedia)
  247. Yverdon School (heinrich-pestalozzi.de)
  248. (Book) “History of the Philosophy of Mind: Embracing the Opinions of All Writers on Mental Science from the Earliest Period to the Present Time” by Robert Blakey
  249. Alcott House (Wikipedia)
  250. Amos Bronson Alcott (Wikipedia)
  251. Elizabeth Peabody (Wikipedia)
  252. Horace Mann (Wikipedia)
  253. American Transcendental Movement (Wikipedia)
  254. Fruitlands (Wikipedia)
    1. Amos Bronson Alcott (Wikipedia)
    2. Charles Lane (Wikipedia)
  255. (Book) "Leipzig Connection Basics of Education" by Paolo Lionni
  256. Johan Kaspar Lavater (Wikipedia)
  257. (Book) "America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skill and Bones" by Antony Sutton (for “Yale Troika” reference, see the chapter “How The Order Controls Education&rdquowinking
  258. Macy Conferences (Wikipedia)
  259. “The Net – The Unabomber, LSD, and the Internet” (YouTube Video)
  260. (Book) "Tripping" by B.H. Friedman
  261. Albert Hoffmann (Wikipedia)
    1. Search “Sandoz Laboratories” within the Wikipedia
  262. (Book) “A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA’s Secret Cold War Experiments” by H.P. Albarelli Jr.
  263. Johann Friedrich Herbart  (Wikipedia)
  264. Wilhelm Wundt (Wikipedia)
  265. G. Stanley Hall (Wikipedia)
  266.  John Dewey (Wikipedia)
  267. Daniel Coit Gilman (Wikipedia)
  268. Timothy Dwight (Wikipedia)
  269. Andrew Dickson White (Cornell University
  270. Andrew Dickson White (Wikipedia)
  271. Edward Everett (Wikipedia)
  272. “National Academy of Sciences: James Rowland Angell 1869 – 1949” A Biographical Memoir by W.S. Hunter (National Academies Press)
  273. (Book) "Memorable Things of Socrates" by Xenophon
  274. Trivium (Wikipedia) + Quadrivium (Wikipedia)
  275. "The Lost Tools of Learning" by Dorothy Sayers (Essay)
  276. (Books) "The Hiram Key: Pharaohs, Freemasonry, and the Discovery of the Secret Scrolls of Jesus"
    1. Page 336, 2nd paragraph has the description of the Wood Manuscript
  277. Julius Caesar’s Carthaginian Wars (Wikipedia)
    1. Divide and Rule (Wikipedia)
  278. History of the University of Chicago (Wikipedia) (Rockefeller’s Removal of the Classics from American Education)
  279. Abraham Lincoln to the Wisconsin Agricultural Society (USDA National Agricultural Library)
  280. Mudsill Theory (Wikipedia)
  281. Temet Nosce (Wikipedia) (Know Thyself)
  282. Ultimate History Lesson Hour 4, minutes 30 -45 (approx.)
  283. 14 Principles of Elite Private Boarding Schools (John Taylor Gatto)
  284. Groton School (on Wikipedia)
  285. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (attended Groton School)
  286. St. Paul’s School (on Wikipedia)
  287. John Kerry (attended St. Paul’s School)
  288. Phillips Academy Andover (on Wikipedia)
  289. George W. Bush (attended Phillips Academy)
  290. George H. W. Bush (attended Phillips Academy)
  291. Choate Rosemary Hall (on Wikipedia)
  292. President John F. Kennedy (attended Choate R.H.)
  293. Episcopal High School (on Wikipedia)
  294. John McCain (attended Episcopal H.S.)
  295. Anglican (on Wikipedia)
  296. Church of England (on Wikipedia)
  297. Quakers (on Wikipedia)
  298. President Herbert Hoover /Quaker
  299. President Richard Nixon /Quaker
  300. Literacy (on Wikipedia)
  301. The Lawrenceville School (on Wikipedia)
  302. The Gunnery (on Wikipedia)
  303. The Hotchkiss School (on Wikipedia)
  304. Groton School + J. P. Morgan (benefactor)
  305. Hour 4 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 30 -45 (approx.)
  306. 14 Principles of Elite Private Boarding Schools
  307. (Book) “Principles of Secondary Education” by Alexander Inglis
  308. Etymology of Anglican (Etymology Dictionary)
  309. (Book) Freemasonry + Mormonism (.pdf)
  310. (Book) “Letters on Masonic Institution” by John Quincy Adams
  311. Anti-Freemasonic Party (Wikipedia)
  312. William Morgan (Wikipedia)
  313. Ultimate History Lesson Hour 4, minutes 45 –end (approx.)
  314. Columbia University (on Wikipedia)
  315. Definition of “Idiom”
  316. Poetry (on Wikipedia)
  317. Poetry Elements (on Wikipedia)
  318. William Shakespeare (on Wikipedia
  319. Sergei Eisenstein (on Wikipedia)
  320. Hour 4 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 45 –end (approx.)
  321. Definition of Idiom (Wikipedia)
  322. Roman Collegia (Wikipedia)
    1. “Collegia could function as guilds, social clubs, or furerary societies; in practice, in ancient Rome, they sometimes became organized bodies of local businessmen and even criminals, who ran the mercantile/criminal activies in a given urban region, or rione.”
  323. (Book) “Weapons of Mass Instruction” by John Taylor Gatto (Open Source Education)
  324. Socialism (Wikipedia)
  325. Communism (Wikipedia)
  326. Nazism (Wikipedia)
  327. Prussian Education System (Wikipedia)
  328. Muckraker
  329. Trivium Method of Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving
  330. Dialectic (The Classical Internal Dialogue using Logic)
  331. (Book) “Astrotheology and Shamanism: Christianity’s Pagan Roots” by Jan Irvin

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