Today we have a Jesuit controlling the Vatican. Their members are now funding and working on neuroscience. They are interested in linking our brains to computers so our collective thoughts can be monitored in what they call "brain computer interface" technology.
One organisation none other than the European Commission are pushing forward this mind control technology, writes Toward the Omega Point - The Future of Human-Technology Interfaces
Brain-to-brain communication will become instantaneous thanks to the advent of brain implants that will enable reading memory and emotional states in real-time and will enable the sharing of data with other humans or machines through quantum communication links.
Data will be received by brain implants and actuated instantaneously, i.e. the rational and emotional states of the originating human will be perceived by the receiving human(s) as if they are actually experienced. This will allow achieving the myth of telepathy.
With increasingly reliable communication between multiple brains and bodies at the speed of quantum networks, thoughts will be instantaneously captured and shared between humans at a global level.
This will mark a significant step towards the vision of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin of a supreme point (Omega Point) toward which the universe is constantly developing to reach increasingly higher levels of consciousness and unity.
This type of technology is currently being used by mind control victims who are called "targeted individuals." Robert Duncan blew the whistle on this technology in his book, Project Soul Catcher. Dr John Hall also campaigns against the use of electronic harassment technology.
The technology is being experimented on by disabled people. As we can see by the quote from the European Commission the goal is mass surveillance of human thoughts or minds. They hide behind the disabled whilst they further research for mass mind control.
See some of their research in the videos on this website: http://www.upmc.com/media/Pages/video.aspx?vcat=543%3B%23e2f9d53a-9732-4bb6-a192-07bd74771b65%7CBrain+Computer+Interface+Research