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Posted in Cointelpro,mindcontrol,Neuro-linguistic,Neurolinguisticprogramming,NLP,programming by thehiddenevil on August 26, 2007

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someone would turn their alarm on/off a few times but they d write it off as an isolated strange incident. Since they have not had your previous experience (sensitization) with that sound & are not aware that it is a small part of a much larger harassment program it would be difficult to explain what those beeps meant. In NLP, the process of copying an emotional state anchored to an existing trigger & transferring it to a new trigger, is called chaining.(2)

Introducing NLP, Joseph O Connor & John Seymour

Anchors can be chained so that one leads to another. Each anchor provides a link on the chain & triggers the next one, just as the electrical impulse flows from nerve to nerve in our body.

Harassment Skits

Harassment skits can be classified as a type of Street Theatre that contain verbal & non-verbal harassment, threats,insults, intimidation, & violence, conveyed overtly, or overtly using themes, symbolism, or other medium. They may be carried out after a target has been sensitized. This harassment can be relayed with metaphors, verbal remarks, & symbolism using clothing or other items. Insults or comments by strangers, designed to evoke a paranoid reaction, as well as dirty looks & negative behavior from previously friendly neighbors is common among targets.(101)

They may be speaking on their cell phone & loudly accent the insult as they walk by & stare at you. Blatant, hostile or smirking stares are also common. Sometimes they may not be one the phone & just overtly insult you as they walk by. As an example, I have people walk by me & say things like fuck you, “fuck-up, fuck-head, your disgusting etc. After being out of work for about a year, I was able to land a job at a retail store in Boston where the Mobbing continued. Because I already knew where it would end up I stayed there for less than a week. One evening as I was leaving, another employee walking out behind me made the remark, Déjà vu now what are you gonna do? When I looked back he was casually leaning up against the wall. No cell phone or other people around at that moment.

Another example took place in a bookstore when I asked the clerk if he could find the book Terrorists Stalking in America. I knew they probably wouldn t have it on the shelves but I wanted to see if they would have it in their Books In Print database. The clerk had some trouble finding the book so as I was giving him other information such as the author s name a man walked by, looked in our direction & said Keep trying caged people, keep trying. The clerk glanced over at him as he walked away then looked down with a perplexed expression. There was nobody else in this area of the store.

But these events are sort of unusual because usually they cover their tracks & mask their insults within phony conversations while on a cell phone or with another person.

Some of these insults are very subtle (implied), but powerful. For instance, if you re at a restaurant you may have acouple sit down at a table next to you, & mention some events that are taking place in your personal life, in order to get your attention. And then make repeated references words such as paranoid, crazy, scared, panic, insane, freak, sad, depressed, etc. This may be done repeatedly while the trigger words are emphasized. The idea is that the words will invoke the emotion. Not only is this possible, but it works best when you don t know it s being done to you.

Some words carry with them a particular weight to potentially trigger an effect on a person s emotional state.(3, 9)

Some of these harassment skits are designed to transfer the emotions of those weighted words to affect a negative emotional state upon a target. In addition these words can be emphasized by changing their tone & volume when they re spoken. This is called metacommunication. Metamessages are suggestions hidden in a statement, perhaps a compliment. The tone, volume, & rhythm of specific words in the sentence are changed so that the actual message is different than what the spoken words were.(5, 4, 328) Obviously this works better on some individuals than others.

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