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Person 1: Isn t that being dumb?

Person 2: I agree, I think that s just being stupid.Person 1: Whenever

he s down visiting, I bring it up but he gets so uptight Person 2: I know, he goes nuts with that car!

Person 1: I think he plans to take it to Florida, but he s not going to make it!

Person 2: He should start thinking about loosing it

The conversation above is an example of an embedded hypnotic suggestion that can be very effective if used under the right circumstances.(4) It keeps the conscious mind occupied with an erroneous conversation concerning a car breaking down, while the actual message is slipped into the subconscious, potentially affecting the desired emotions. It appears a variation of this message can be conveyed with multiple people blitzing a person with cut-offs while talking on their cell phones, looking directly at the person & emphasizing (metacommunication) weighted words &/or information about person s personal life that was obtained from surveillance. Groups will also use these phony conversations to harass targets in stores, restaurants, public places, elevators, etc. These overheard comments are intended to elicit a negative reaction within you.(101)

NLP-The New Technology of Achievement, Steve Andreas & Charles Faulkner

When we hear something, even from another conversation, we can t help but make images & sounds of it in our head. The professional persuader knows this intuitively. In NLP we know it explicitly. You cannot NOT communicate.

Symbolism appears to be a big part of subliminal attacks.(100) After a target has been sensitized, they can even be harassed, insulted, & threatened with symbolism using articles of clothing, newspapers, & other items. Just as body communication (Social Kinesics) is used to harass a target, so too is symbolic communication. Symbolism can be used with articles of clothing, especially during a wave attack where you are blitzed by a crowd of harassers who smile, laugh, stare at you, & cut you off as they pass by you. Some of the shirts I’ve noticed are “Stop & Die,” “Big Bro,”

“Watch Your Back” as well as Satanic & Wicca symbols. An attention-getting tactic may be used prior to a harassment skit.(7) It can be a cut-off, blatant stare, loud noise, or other sensitivity tactics. Remember how the perpetrators at the YMCA both used an attention-getting tactic? One man gave me a smirking stare & the other two swarmed me.

In essence, they will take an event that is unfolding in your personal life & make references to it using any number of methods. This has also been reported by people who have been temporarily stalked for days at a time during anticorporate rallies.(340) The theme may pertain to something in your personal life. They may play on this theme for a single day, a series of days, or weeks. In addition, they may choose a theme & try to project it into your life. Some survivors of government mind-control & torture have reported themes being used in behavior modification programs, & as entry points for control & future manipulation. Some include: Disney, Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella, Wizard of Oz, etc.(12) For Gang Stalking & Mobbing targets, themes are used in harassment skits.

Mobbing, also referred to by some as bullying, psychological terrorism, and organizational violence is described as a collective form of psychological violence in which many individuals unite to persecute an individual Mobbing is a way of destroying a person without using any physical means Degrading themes are often used to try to prevent people from coming forward.

-http://www.psychologicalharassment.com

Whether the perpetrators actually believe in a theme is inconsequential. The use of themes (sometimes Satanic) injected into occult crimes assist with trauma, & serve to discredit a person if he were to come forward. Apparently the logic of using Satanic & other themes in occult-related crime is that you won t be believed because it’s too farfetched.(17)

The New Satanists, Linda Blood

“In one instance after another, charges of ritual abuse & other crimes linked to Satanism & various forms of malevolent occultisms have been rejected on ground no more substantial than that they are too bizarre to be believed.

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Messages-The Communication Skills Book, Matthew McKay, Ph.D., Martha Davis, PhD., Patrick Fanning

It s hard to defend against the anger & disapproval expressed in negative metamessages The attack is often so subtle that you aren t aware of exactly how you ve been hurt The basic function of metamessages is to say something covertly that you re afraid to say directly. Since metamessage attack is covert, there is little chance of overt retaliation.

These subtle whispering sneer attacks, & verbal barbs attacks may work best when done repeatedly, & after a person been loosened up with a more overt type of harassment such as noise campaigns, collisions, crowding, & sensitivity tactics. Within a conversation, certain weighted words can be emphasized. Volume, tone & tempo can be changed so that some words are slightly louder & spoken longer than the others. This can completely change the meaning of a message.

The following is a quotation regarding imbedded questions & suggestions as outlined in the book, Patterns Of The Hypnotic Techniques Of Milton H. Erickson, M.D., by NLP experts Richard Bandler & John Grinder. The example at the bottom titled Indirect Imbedded Command is exactly as it appears on page 173, where the weighted words (suggestions) that are to be emphasized when spoken are bolded. Note: When Erickson speaks of the dominant & nondominant hemisphere, he is referring to the conscious & unconscious mind respectively.

Patterns of Hypnotic Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D. Richard Bandler & John Grinder

“They very often are a presupposition of some other command and serve to distract the dominant hemisphere by having it utilize the internal dialog These imbedded questions are most effective when they are stacked together to maximally distract the dominant hemisphere.

Imbedded commands serve the purpose of making suggestions to the client indirectly and, thereby, making it difficult to resist in any way…

These are most effective when they are also marked analogically by emphasizing the command and by looking intently at the listener, if their eyes are open.”

“Indirect Imbedded Command: “My friends tell me to feel comfortable and to loosen up when we are out on the town.””(4)

Below is an example of how groups use these suggestions to harass people. Bolded words indicate ones that are emphasized.

Situation:

You ve been blitzed with noise campaigns, crowding & collisions on your way to the bus stop. You feel like you ve been through a minefield & have been hit multiple times (you have). Your heart is pumping. You sit down on the bus  begin to relax. A couple sits down across from you & begin a conversation. You overhear bits & pieces of it.

Person 1: His car isn t working.

You: You think, My car is in the shop.

Person 1: They think it s the battery.

You: What a coincidence, my car is getting a new battery, you say to yourself.

Now that they have your attention, the conversation unfolds like this

Person 1: I saw him last week, his car looks bad.

Person 2: That s HORRIBLE What s wrong with it?Person 1: It just keeps

breaking down.

Person 2: I don t want to be in that car in case it should just flip out!

Person 1: That s insane!

Person 2: I hate to see him like that.

Person 1: He s crazy for keeping it. He knows it just keeps breaking down.Person 2: I know

he is. It just broke down so many times

Person 1: Not to be paranoid, but he should just give up on it.Person 2: You re not

being paranoid, but I don’t trust that thing on the highway.

Person 1: Is that crazy or what, is that being insane?

Person 2: he s nuts for keeping it. I told him he s crazy.

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.

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

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You can think of NLP as a very powerful tool that can be used to produce rapid, profound change.(2) Harassment groups create negative emotional states such as fear & anxiety, & anchor them to common objects in the environment.

There has been some concern in the mental health field over the potential misuse of NLP. Unfortunately, like other tools, such as guns, they can be misused in the wrong hands.(2, 344) Groups use this science in a destructive format.

NLP-The New Technology of Achievement, Steve Andreas & Charles Faulkner

It is a common experience for many people, when first introduced to NLP, to be concerned about the possible uses & misuses of this technology. We recognize the incredible power of the information presented in this book & recommend you exercise caution Here s an example of how groups use anchors:

[One morning your walking out to your car & a man walks in front of you, stares directly at you in a hostile manner while repeatedly clicking his pen the whole time. You feel a little uneasy & say to yourself, Boy, that was weird, what was his problem?

Then two hours later you re leaving a shopping mall on a day that it was not particularly crowded. As you walk out to your car, an old lady approaches you on foot. As she almost collides with you, she locks her eyes onto you with a hostile demeanor, while clicking a pen the whole time.

Then maybe you tell yourself something like this. There couldn t be a relation between those events, probably just a coincidence. But they both stared at me in such a mean way while hammering their pens…

Later in the afternoon, you re on your way home. You re at a stoplight & out of the corner of your eye you see a passenger in the car to your left. You hear a slight noise, & glance over. You see a man glaring at you with a grin on his face. His arm is hanging out the window & he is holding a pen, which he is repeatedly clicking. Now imagine that happening for a month. Then one day a month later you re on a sidewalk with a friend or family member. A man walks by, doesn t look at either one of you, but clicks his pen a couple of times. You feel anxious & afraid.]

You may not even know you ve been sensitized. But if you did recognize it as an attack, what would you tell your friend or family member?

This is what happened: The collisions, blatant hostile staring, & foul grin created the negative emotions & anchored them to the pen, which has now become the trigger. That is an example of a sensitivity program. Now imagine yourself being sensitized to multiple objects & sounds, & each of them creating pain each time you see or hear them.That s the power of NLP! And that is only one, small segment of the entire harassment program. Targets around the country & the world have witnessed this being done with sounds, gestures, cell phones, laptops, pens, cars, watches, clothing, symbols, colors, & other items. This type of attack does require some maintenance & will loose its potency unless it is reinforced. So groups will reinforce these anchors & triggers with occasional blitz attacks from time to time.

Groups will take an object you ve been sensitized to & link it to another object. The idea appears to be to keep expanding the amount of objects you associate fear, anxiety, anger, or shame with (sensitization). For instance, one of your neighbors, has made it abundantly clear that they’re participating in the harassment. Now, you know they’re participating, & they know you know. So they may try to sensitize you to other stimulus, such as a car alarm. Since you ve already associated them with massive pain, they can extend their harassment to a sound by turning their car alarm on/off in rapid succession over a short period of time, multiple times throughout the day. After they ve done this for a couple of days & you ve been sensitized to this sound, they can reduce their use of this specific tactic & just use the occasional maintenance sounds to keep you sensitized.

Now instead of repeatedly turning it on/off for ten times, they only do it two or three times in a row, just to let you know you re being harassed. Even though it s only done a couple times in a row, you know why they re doing it & you may feel anger, fear, anxiety or other negative emotions. You may also feel frustrated at the prospect of trying to explain this covert harassment to another individual. Anyone else observing this might think it s a little strange that

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

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Techniques used to silence critics, Ted L. Gunderson FBI Senior Special Agent In Charge (Ret)

Threatening Letter-Further, its content appear to contain a subliminal message that are routinely used by Satanic cults & their splinter groups.

These messages will probably contain junk in the body & you may not be able to reply to it as it came from a bogus address. These cryptic attacks are mentioned in a book titled Subliminal Mind Control by John J. Williams. The message will probably pertain to something in your life situation. For instance, if you re going bald & have been looking for treatment, you could receive the following attack.

To: John Doe

Subject: Euro Paulding Tummy

Body: asdfl;jkasdflkkjasdf;lkjasdfljkasdfl;jkasdfl

Or

To: John Doe

Subject:: Hiraless Tupid

Body: kasdflkjasdfl;jasdf;lkjasdfkj

Any weakness you have can be exploited. Remember, this is a professional organized harassment service that was originally developed to neutralize foreign agents.

Sensitivity Programs

Cause Stalking groups usually begin their campaigns with sensitivity programs.(7) The goals of a sensitivity program are:

To get the person s attention & let them know they re being harassed

Anchor damaging emotions to common objects/sounds so a target can then be covertly harassed openly in public

These sensitivity programs are based on a science called Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). The parts of this science that groups use are anchors & triggers.

We re unconsciously creating anchors in our environment all the time with people, music, places, & objects. Initially, the target may not be consciously aware of the harassment, but this is not necessary.(7) One reason people may not realize that they’re targeted or can’t remember exactly when it began, is because these groups may slowly & gradually increase the harassment over time. But groups can let you know you’re being targeted any time they choose by turning up the volume with a blitz attack. Groups use sensitivity programs in an attempt to create phobias.

Introducing NLP, Joseph O Connor & John Seymour

“A stimulus which is linked to & triggers a physiological state is called an anchor in NLP. How are anchors created? First by repetition.

Secondly, & much more important, anchors can be set in a single instance if the emotion is strong & the timing is right. In extreme cases an external stimulus can trigger a very powerful negative state. This is the realm of phobias.”

Self-help gurus use these programs to create positive emotional states & anchor them to a movement, a sound or an object. Then the sound, movement, or object becomes the trigger that will invoke the emotion. Although this sounds complex it is actually pretty simple component of NLP. It is done by creating a peak emotional state, then while in that state you anchor it, that is, do something repeatedly. This effectively anchors the emotional state to whatever was repeatedly done.(2) This process of creating anchors has also been called Emotional Transference.(1)