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Steven Jacobson is a graduate of the Boston University School of Communications. He worked in the film industry for 13 years, produced sponsored films, was a production manager and editor for a New York City documentary film company, did contract work for a Washington, DC film institute and re-cut features for U.S. theatrical distribution, TV syndication and cable. 

"Working as an editor, it was easy to see how simple it is to change the meaning of an event or of what someone says through editing," says Jacobson. "But I did not fully appreciate the extent to which we are all manipulated and controlled by mass media (even those who work in it) until I was given the results of private medical research investigating mental programming and deprogramming."

This led to his leaving the film business to research the mind control issue and the use of hypnotic programming in the mass media, leading to the development of the "Mind Control in America" audio series. Steven's goal is to bring the use of mass hypnosis and manipulation to the attention of the general public.

Mind control is the most important issue facing America. Freedom of mind is the first freedom from which all others are derived. The solution to the problems we face requires a raising of consciousness that allows people to discern for themselves the difference between what is real and what is illusion. 

We live in a "virtual reality" where deception has become an integral part of the framework of society.   The audios "Mind Control in America" and "Wake-Up America" illustrate exactly why this is and how it came to be.

To learn more about the medical research that contributed to the development of this audio series, read about the "Personal Comfort Training" audio by Steven's father, Samuel J. Jacobson.

"The information in your packages is outstanding. Everyone in America should listen to "Mind Control in America" and "Wake-Up America" as well as "Personal Comfort Training" which I listen to at least once a day. I would like to thank you for putting together such a clear and concise block of information that should be taught in our nation's school system, and offered in our libraries where I worked for some five years. So my hat goes off to you, and I look forward to your next project release."  - K.K. San Francisco, California