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Symbols, such as ones that represent Wicca or Satanism may be used, as can numbers, letters, or other types of symbols. According to Ted L. Gunderson, who has investigated cults for over 25 years, these subliminal attacks, such leaving articles of clothing out of place & moving furniture around have been historically used by Satanic cults when stalking their targets.

These perpetrators will follow you into restaurants & businesses where they will try to surround you, kick your chair, or harass you any way they can.(7) They ll usually sit near you & mention several topics that directly relate to your personal life. This is done both to harass you & to try to evoke a sense of helplessness in you by not being believed if you were to tell someone about the harassment. This type of harassment is designed to try to evoke a feeling of paranoia.(101)

This harassment is concealed to anyone else in the establishment. Some of the other patrons may recognize that something is not right with that group of people. This is probably because the tone, rhythm & volume of their conversation are not natural; they re rehearsed & artificial. It addition, there are natural gaps between words & sentences that are absent with this type of staged event. It s almost like bad acting. You may even see other patrons looking over at them with an expression of what s wrong with those people?

Gaslighting-How To Drive Your Enemies Crazy, Victor Santoro

whispering sneers-Another way to foster your target s paranoia is to make it clear that people are, indeed, talking about him. Sneering while you whisper will suggest that he s being mocked, causing a very uncomfortable feeling. …If you can get several accomplices to do this… he’ll get the feeling that mockery & ridicule of him are widespread.

Here s an example: Suppose you re selling your house & have listed it in several websites & publications. Your asking price is $400,000. The day after you ve posted your Ad you are sitting on a park bench & the following situation occurs:

[One person walks by &, glances at you with a smirk & says into their cell phone, I spent 400.00 . A few moments later a couple walks by & in a monotonous, loud manner one of them says, yeah but isn t that a bit too high? Then another person walks by shortly after & loudly says into their cell phone, yeah, I just didn t like it, you know how some houses just don t feel right. Then a moment later a person walks by with an Ad on their shirt for a real estate agency. Then when you get home, you receive a call from a real estate agent that you did not contact.]

As always, personal information gathered by surveillance is used primarily for harassment. This has been well documented, not only by countless targets & websites, but also in books such as The War At Home, by Brian Glick, &  Terrorist Stalking in American by David Lawson. Themes can also apparently be projected using collisions & cut-offs.

Children are used in Cause Stalking campaigns.(7) Parents who are group members routinely use them in crowding, cut-offs, or other harassment skits. Once, within a one-week period I had three separate groups of kids that looked like they were about 13- 15 years old walk up to me & ask me for a dollar to take the bus. This happened in three different locations. Then several days later another group of kids (making it 4 total) asked for some money for the bus as well.

These children could have been recruited by their parents, or through displays of power. They may also have been recruited through a junior community-policing or similar program.

Once in August 2005, when I was at St Anthony s feast, on two separate occasions two different girls about 5 years old walked by me with very short skirts. I thought it strange that their parents would dress them that way. This happened within about a 5-minute period. On both occasions, shortly after, a man would walk by & give me a blatant, disgustful stare implying that I was looking at them in a sexual way. If I had stayed longer, there probably would have been a third. Two days later, I was turning onto my street & a girl of about 8 years old walked passed me. After several feet, she looked back & stared at me with a shocking expression, then started running, & looking back at regular intervals.

She ran into her house, which is located on the same street I live on. Other targets have reported similar skits. If I was not aware that I was being systematically harassed, I probably would have written those off as isolated, strange

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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.

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Noise campaigns All targets of Organized Stalking are quite familiar with noise campaigns. Basically, there will be a steady stream of noise consisting of a rotation of various types of disturbances around your house. This noise may even follow you wherever you go. This includes car doors slamming, people coming/going, people yelling, car alarms, horns, tires screeching, banging, engines revving, cars beeping, constant construction, lawn mowers, snow blowers, etc.(7, 101, 200) Your neighbors will probably be bribed with free home repairs that will result in a very noisy construction process.(7) An ongoing noise campaign appears to be most effective. Like the collisions & cut-offs, these noises are done to startle you & keep you uncomfortable.

For instance, there will be doors slamming for a few moments, then a motorcycle will drive by & rev its engine outside of your house. After that you ll have someone mowing the lawn. Then there will be alarms going off. After that you ll hear a loud crowd of people walk by your house. You may then hear fire or ambulance sirens. Then there are hammering & sawing sounds. Then you ll hear car alarms being turned on/off in succession multiple times from multiple vehicles around your house. After that it will switch back to car alarms & horns. Then drilling, & doors slamming.

Often, activity such as noise will be synchronized with you coming, going or doing some other type of activity.(7) For instance you may hear ambulance, fire engine sirens or beeps as you leave. Noises made as you leave also appear to serve as a form of communication to alert group members in the area to begin pursuit.

Terrorist Stalking in America, David Lawson

Group members will drive by the target s residence honking their horns, squealing their tires & making whatever other noise they can… you might see a work crew working on a certain floor and making a lot of noise. If you look to see what they have done after they have left, you will see that they haven’t done anything.

Chronic exposure to even low-level noise is considered a hazard that has been known to produce adverse physiological & psychological health effects.(314, 316, 317) Prolonged expose to noise can produce high blood pressure, a rise in cholesterol, damage to the circulatory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, & musculoskelatal systems.(315, 26)

If you re targeted & pregnant or plan on having a baby, you may want to think twice. Noise has been known to cause hearing loss & growth disturbances in a fetus, & can lead to birth defects.(318, 319) Just as the fabricated cut-offs are likened to getting slapped, these noises are the equivalent of being repeatedly shocked. There is no question that these low-intensity neutralization tactics are acts of extreme violence.

Online

People

Online harassment appears to be another part of the harassment package. If you have a website devoted to Organized Stalking you may have people emailing you to flame you, or claiming that they are victims & asking for support with the intention of discrediting you. You may receive unsolicited email that parallels a current event in your life.

Again, surveillance is used primarily for harassment. Or you may receive covert insults & threats. If you join a support group, you may also receive harassment via threads posted on message boards. Like other mediums of harassment, the topics of these threads may be about events that are unfolding in your personal life, as well as threats or insults covertly directed at you. This will probably happen repeatedly by the same person or people.

They may also employ some Gaslighting, or Jacketing tactics. Jacketing was often used during Cointelpro to make genuine activists look like informants.(10) Some internet groups which help stalking victims are heavily populated with perpetrators posing as victims.(7) Some of these perpetrators seem to be very vocal & popular members of these support groups. It seems that this a damage-control mechanism put in place to corral people, manage them to some