How Real Mind Control Works .

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How Real Mind Control Works .
« on: August 06, 2019, 11:04:05 AM »
Published 31 July 2019 .

When people are confronted with the idea of  a mind control  they often think of something out of television or film media; a lone prisoner tortured, chemically dazed and conditioned into a hollow zombie as his captors squeeze information from him or use him to complete a task he would not normally do or morally accept. And while there is actually some truth to this kind of Hollywood depiction, as is evidenced in the exposure of government programs like MK Ultra, the most insidious forms of mind control are far more subtle .

Governments and the elitists behind them do not necessarily need to physically cage, drug and brutalise people in order to influence how they behave. All they need to do is manage their perceptions, expectation and assumptions. This can be accomplished with large portions of the public, rather than one person at a time .

The elites have always been fascinated with the idea of mass hypnotism. In the 18th century Franz Mesmer was famous for entertaining European royalty with displays of what he called  a animal magnetism , which included what we now know as hypnosis of individuals and groups .

Mesmerism has since become synonymous with the attempt to befuddle people and dictate their actions while in a kind of trance. Hypnotism is still a very active subject in psychiatric circles and the US government took avid interest in hypnotism as a weapon during their MK Ultra experiments in the 1950's .

People involved in the field of hypnotism are quick to point out that a hypnotised person cannot be made to do something that goes against their code of ethics, but this is not exactly the whole story. A hypnotist makes suggestions that the subject chooses to follow (or refuses to follow) while in a trance state, however, what if they can be convinced (or fooled) through hypnosis into believing that a particular action is in their best interest in spite of their moral code or sense of self preservation ?

This type of control over a subject can and has been accomplished in hypnotic therapy, and examples of a covert hypnotherapy are also on record, including the example of an Ohio divorce attorney that used covert hypnotism against multiple female clients and is suspected of using it against some court employees to disarm their psyches and then rape them without memory of the incident . .

« Last Edit: February 25, 2020, 06:46:21 PM by sr john »
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