7 Common Mind Control Tactics
One of the best weapons against being a victim of mind control is trusting your gut. The agent will try and make you doubt own sanity. The whole task the agent is going for is to break down the victim to the point where they no longer recognize their own identity. Today the level of sophistication in mind control reaches new levels with all the technology that is available. You can control someone remotely while they are in their home via their computer or telephone. They do not have to be taken to the woods or a shed like the earlier days of political mind control. Regardless of the location there are seven things that are done to insure that a person is being effectively brainwashed. These are the seven tactics used. You do not have to have all seven inflicted on a victim to have effective brainwashing, it depends on their susceptibility levels:
1. The person is prepared for the mind controlling called “softening up”. In this phase hypnotic and suggestibility techniques are employed. They include things like using visuals which can be pictures, or images on computers or monitor screens and things like holograms projected into the persons home. Sounds are also used. Sounds are directed to the victims environment. They can range from high frequency sound waves to every day sounds out the victims window like constant planes flying or birds chirping. They can send subliminal messages using sound, they can incorporate the victim’s phone line, verbal repetitions. If the agent has contact with the victim physically they may even incorporate touch into the softening up process. Tactile stimulation and withdrawal (through touch) or any of the above are used as fixated drills where the sound or visual is constantly bombarding the victim to cause an effect.
In the softening up phase repetitive things are done to the victim in order to break their current patterns of thought and put them in an easier alpha state. These repetitive type of things also bombard their nervous system helping to cause emotional unbalance. Other things the agent will use in the softening up phase can include flashing lights at intervals through the persons home to cause sleep deprivation; or even making the victim repeat various activities such as answering a ringing phone at intervals. Things like encouraging nutritional deprivation is also welcomed ( An example would be stressing the person needs to lose weight rapidly, not in a healthy fashion. When a person is not healthy nutritionally their bodies and minds break down easier, than a healthy person).
2. Tactic 2- Using rewards and punishments in an attempt to control a person’s environment. Social isolation is encouraged. Ex. Make the person afraid to leave their home. This can also isolate them from friends and family as well. In extreme cases this is where the person is imprisoned. They are so afraid to leave their homes they become a prisoner of fear there.
3. Tactic 3 -Controlling the persons communication and discrediting the information they receive. An example would be the agent taps the victims phone and the victim being of non importance in the world cannot get police intervention to stop the taps legally. The agents monitor who the victim talks to and drops their calls when they feel like it.
4. Tactic 4- The person is made to appear unstable to others and themselves by the tactics employed by the agent. This is done to discredit the victims claims that they are being manipulated. These are done through efforts to destabilize the victims sense of credibility by undermining their basic consciousness, reality awareness, world view, emotional control, and defense mechanisms. The agent does this to get the victim to reinterpret their life’s history, and adopt a new version of causality. For instance if the victim tells someone they suspect they are being manipulated through mind control and the agent finds out and goes to the person the victim told and tells them that their friend is mentally challenged as a result. This is done to discredit the victim to those they are close to and to alienate them.
5. Tactic 5- Includes intense and frequent attempts to undermine a person’s confidence in himself and his judgment, creating a sense of powerlessness. Many times the agent will pay off people to go along with the agents plan and this further isolates the victim and makes them feel helpless. This includes paying of people in the police and political arenas if their agenda meets those needs; as well as paying people to also harass the victim upon request.
6. Tactic 6- Nonphysical punishments are used such as intense humiliation, loss of privilege, social isolation, social status changes, intense guilt, anxiety, manipulation and other techniques for creating strong aversive emotional arousals, etc. An example of this would be if one works at home on the computer and their work is constantly sabotaged through remote access of the agent to anger them to the point of rage so others will view the victim as unstable as well.
7. Tactic 7-Certain secular psychological threats [force] are used or are present: That failure to adopt the approved attitude, belief, or consequent behavior will lead to severe punishment or dire consequence, (e.g. physical or mental illness, the reappearance of a prior physical illness, drug dependence, economic collapse, social failure, divorce, disintegration, failure to find a mate, etc.). Psychological threats also include the threat of harming someone’s loved ones if they do not comply.
Mind control is a method by which a person is systematically stripped of their own sense of self and replaced with what an agent deems they should be instead. This is a violation of human rights. If you suspect that you or someone you know is a victim of this practice; awareness is the first step to combat the tricks of manipulation that an agent will use. Mind control is designed to get into one’s head and use it to their full advantage.