Posted by jeremy on October 14, 2010 3:47 am.
When a targeted person or audience isn’t aware of an agenda, mind control techniques - the non-invasive, non-traumatizing varieties - are at their most effective. There are many such techniques that bypass a naïve target’s awareness, and don’t have anything to do with technology: deception, inside knowledge of a trap that’s being set for the target, and predictive programming are among them.
Ideas may be the most potent tool of manipulation. If a person weren’t aware of an underlying agenda behind his ideas, there would be no reason not to act on them, much less question them.
It would never occur to him that the ideas weren’t his own.
The hidden mind control infrastructure
Subliminal commands are only detectable indirectly, by way of the coincidences they create… making a decision spontaneously is the same as letting your handler make it for you.
Apparently, a secret mind control infrastructure has been developed, making it possible to send commands directly to the subconscious of anyone at will1, allowing for mind control that is undetectable to people around the target, not to mention the target himself. Because the recipients aren’t aware of the instructions they’re receiving or the significance of what they’re being asked to do, they are puppets in the hands of people sending them commands.
An important point is that individuals controlled in this way who receive commands that seem “reasonable” will not be aware of them, yet what they see will be noticed, and remembered. This is one of the many reasons why it’s so important for targets to not over-react to other peoples’ behavior.
How do I know about this, if it’s undetectable?
Subliminal commands operate at the subconscious level. You can’t be consciously aware of what you’re being told to do subliminally, and you can’t see others being commanded in this way. Subliminal commands are only detectable indirectly, by way of the coincidences they create; only the target of those coincidences would notice them all, and understand their significance.
I’ll be getting into exactly what kinds of coincidences suggest the use of this mind control technique, in the final section of this article.
What can a recipient of subliminal commands be made to do?
The recipient can be made to do anything which doesn’t set off his mental censors. You can think of your mental censors as the parts of your mind that tell you, “Don’t do that, it’s dangerous/wrong”; these censors include your moral judgement, your expertise in a given situation, and aversions.
One very common subliminal tactic which would not ordinarily set off any censors is distraction. If there is no external reminder, a target may be distracted from an important goal or duty indefinitely. A target who is socially isolated would have no reason to be reminded of the goal he’s being distracted from.
Some general strategies used against targeted individuals which seem to enhance the effect of subliminal commands are to put them in situations where they have few censors preventing them from making ruinous mistakes due to a lack of expertise2, or surrounding them with known reprobates who are naturally inclined to be nasty to strangers. Also, the target may be led to believe through several years of psychological warfare that certain people around him are attacking him, and be subliminally urged to assault them3.
Can you resist this?
It may not be possible to resist subliminal commands used against you directly, without the use of shielding. You can resist them indirectly, by avoiding spontaneous decisions that might lead to personal harm; making a decision spontaneously is the same as letting your handler make it for you.
These are some good rules for anyone to follow, which are mandatory once you’re targeted:
- Think before you speak or write;
- When operating dangerous equipment (such as an automobile), don’t let yourself be distracted, even for an instant;
- Carefully research major financial decisions - if you don’t understand something, don’t throw money at it;
- Develop frugal habits to keep other financial decisions from bleeding you dry.
You can fight the use of subliminal commands on others around you, discreetly, by making them think twice before they speak or act. If someone you interact with regularly is behaving in an obviously inappropriate way, scold him or draw others’ attention to those actions (shaming him).4
I’ve seen targeted individuals tricked into fighting with each other by being made to trigger each other. To overcome this kind of manipulation, they have to meet halfway, by frankly discussing these issues. In the long run, targets have to overcome their triggers; it is not reasonable to expect everyone in the world to memorize long lists of common phrases or words that are forbidden in the target’s presence. In the short term, when targets are recovering from the physiological changes in their brain caused by targeting5, others who understand the process should respect the recovering target, and tread lightly.
What are the signs of subliminal commands?
Coincidences created through the use of subliminal commands are detectable, even if the commands themselves aren’t. Some very commonly used tactics are listed below.
The classic TI example of media mirroring is: you say an unusual phrase, and a character on the television or radio immediately repeats it.6 Alternatively, you might be having a conversation while on the road, and scenery repeats themes from that conversation; a newly erected billboard, or a passing commercial vehicle with an unusual advertisement, for example.
The explanation is simple, and economically efficient, but shocking. Your harassers had advance knowledge of the media events that you were about to witness, and made you speak about them first, by ordering you to at a subconscious level.
Numerological coincidences, created by you
There are many ways your seemingly innocent actions create numerological coincidences. You might take actions (such as glancing at the clock) at significant times; or you might make purchases that add up to those significant numbers. What tells you something funny is happening is that they occur far more often than chance would allow.
You were made to create those coincidences, by way of the subliminal instructions you received.
You witness highly improbable occurrences that seem to require enormous commitments of manpower or money, or decades of planning, to arrange. You may even have been “warned” about those occurrences in advance.
These incidents weren’t created by your harassers, although they’d like you to think so. They are taking credit for events they had foreknowledge of, by moving you into place to witness them, as if you were a video game character.7
People you encounter are acting in ways which suggest they know far too much about your personal life, but seem to be sneaky about it; they use loaded phrases/gestures with double meanings, or casually re-use unusual phrases you uttered in privacy, word for word. These people don’t know nearly as much about you as you think they do.8
The sheer sneakiness of the behavior is the giveaway; all those people are simply not clever or trained enough to hide their participation in the stalker network you naturally imagine they belong to. You’re not getting messages from hundreds or thousands of people; you’re getting messages from a tiny handful of stalkers or even one stalker who’s making people in your vicinity act out, using subliminal commands. Your stalkers are being sneaky about it, because the persons being used in this way can’t be allowed to know they appear hostile to you. They have to believe your reactions to them are uncalled-for.
I’ve coined a phrase to describe widespread “covert hostility” of this sort: high-tech stalking by proxy.9
- ^ Note that while it is fashionable to state that the mind control infrastructure involves the use of satellites, the jury is still out on what form the mind control infrastructure might take.
- ^ A target may be blacklisted from an industry where he has years or decades of deep experience, for example.
- ^ I call this tactic criminal persuasion, and argue for leniency in “Responsibility for actions taken in response to subliminal commands”.
- ^ “Installing censors in your harassers’ minds, and outing operatives”; 8/27/2010.
- ^ “Extreme harassment episodes” (9/30/2010) talks about the tactics used to alter a target’s perceptions at a sub-rational level.
- ^ “Personalized psychological warfare via radio and TV”.
- ^ “Taking credit”; 9/14/2010.
- ^ “The privacy issue”.
- ^ “High-tech interstate stalking by proxy: understanding the crime”; 9/8/2010.