Mass Hypnosis Techniques 


  As America is trying to grasp the shootings of young children in one small town. whos-really-to-blame-for-school-shooting

The government is about to start Marshall law in another small town with just over 26,000 in population. one-american-city-moving-toward-martial-law-in-2013

It has been suggested that Mind control, Mass hypnosis, Operant conditioning, Brain entrainment, Is what we’re talking about here.

Mass hypnosis is the ability to hypnotise large amounts of people at a time, persuading them to take action in some way. It is a technique commonly used in marketing and politics.

You think that you’re in control of your life, that nothing is capable of influencing you without you first judging it, little do you know that you are being hypnotised by many different organisations on a daily basis.

The actions you think are of your own free will, are actually influenced by these external organisations.

Using the techniques taught in mass hypnosis, you can do all this. Mass hypnosis works by creating some sense of rapport with your audience.

The audience must feel as if they have some connection with you, as if they’ve known you forever, even if it’s from a subconscious level.

Once this feeling of rapport has been created, you must exploit a desire of your audience, something they need. Most of our needs are instinctual, meaning that we’re not even aware that we conciously need them, we just acquire them from a subconscious level.

Using mass hypnosis we can play on these instintual urges. People have an instinctual need for security, that is why politicians will often talk about increasing nationality security, to give people comfort, to fulfill this “need for security”.

Once you have established rapport with an audience, and make them believe that you will satisfy one of their instinctual needs, the audience will effectively be yours to manipulate.

Used for bad intentions, mass hypnosis can be incredibly damaging. A charismatic leader who is able to sway vast amounts of people to undertake a noble cause while utilizing techniques taught in mass hypnosis.

Every cult can be defined as a group having all of the following five characteristics:

1. It uses psychological coercion to recruit, indoctrinate and retain its members

2. It forms an elitist totalitarian society.

3. Its founder leader is self-appointed, dogmatic, messianic, not accountable and has charisma.

4. It believes ‘the end justifies the means’ in order to solicit funds recruit people.

5. Its wealth does not benefit its members or society.


1) HYPNOSIS – Inducing a high state of suggestibility, often thinly disguised as relaxation or meditation.


a. Repetitive Music (most likely with a beat close to the human heart 45 to 72 beats per minute). Most likely used during “study sessions” as the teacher will say the music helps you relax and concentrate better!

b. Voice Roll — A “voice roll” is a patterned, paced style used by hypnotists when inducing a trance. It is also used by many lawyers, several of whom are highly trained hypnotists, when they desire to entrench a point firmly in the minds of the jurors. A voice roll can sound as if the speaker were talking to the beat of a metronome or it may sound as though he were emphasizing every word in a monotonous, patterned style. The words will usually be delivered at the rate of 45 to 60 beats per minute, maximizing the hypnotic effect.

c. Room “Feel” – The way a room feels is essential to hypnotizing unknowing subjects. It needs special lighting, florescent lights are best because they aren’t too dim, but aren’t too harsh. Also, Room Temp helps a bit, usually a little cooler than normal room temperature. You need to have the unknowing subjects very relaxed, perhaps even close to falling asleep.

2) PEER GROUP PRESSURE – Suppressing doubt and resistance to new ideas by exploiting the need to belong. David Icke

3) “LOVE BOMBING” – Creating a sense of family through physical touch, thought & feeling sharing and emotional bonding.

4) REJECTION OF OLD VALUES – Accelerating acceptance of new lifestyle by constantly denouncing former beliefs and values. Anti Christian.

5) CONFUSING DOCTRINE – Encouraging blind acceptance and rejection of logic through complex lectures on an incomprehensible doctrine. second Video What’s in Obamacare? Manditory RFID chips

6) METACOMMUNICATION – Implanting subliminal messages by stressing certain key words or phrases in long, confusing lectures.

7) REMOVAL OF PRIVACY – Achieving loss of ability to evaluate logically by preventing private contemplation., Government surveillance.

8) DISINHIBITION – Encouraging child-like obedience by orchestrating child-like behaviour

9) UNCOMPROMISING RULES – Inducing regression and disorientation by soliciting agreement to seemingly simple rules which regulate every day life. us_news-life, 40,000 new-laws in 2012

10) VERBAL ABUSE – Desensitizing through bombardment with foul and abusive language. (Physical abuse, such as torture, is the more extreme form of this.)

11) SLEEP DEPRIVATION AND FATIGUE – Creating disorientation and vulnerability by prolonging mental an physical activity and withholding adequate rest and sleep.

12) DRESS CODES – Removing individuality by demanding conformity to the group code. Angry over Obama flag code.

13) CHANTING OR SINGING – Eliminating non-cult ideas through group repetition of mind-narrowing chants or phrases.  Kids singing the Obama song..

14) CONFESSION – Encouraging the destruction of individual ego through confession of personal weaknesses and innermost feelings of doubt.

15) FINANCIAL COMMITMENT – Achieving increased dependence on the group by ‘burning bridges’ to the past, through the donation of assets. (Pay Your Fair Share)

16) FINGER POINTING – Creating a false sense of righteousness by pointing to the shortcomings of the outside world.

17) ISOLATION – Inducing loss of reality by physical separation from family, friends, society and rational references.

18) CONTROLLED APPROVAL – Maintaining vulnerability and confusion by alternately rewarding and punishing similar actions.

19) CHANGE OF DIET – Creating disorientation and increased susceptibility to emotional arousal by depriving the nervous system of necessary nutrients through the use of special diets and/or fasting. Also applying drugs for these purposes fall in this category. Michelle Obama on obesity

20) GAMES – Inducing dependence on the group by introducing games with obscure rules. How_many_laws_are_there_in_the_United_States

21) NO QUESTIONS – Accomplishing automatic acceptance of beliefs by discouraging questions. Obama staff discourages interviews and questions.

22) GUILT – Reinforcing the need for ‘salvation’ by exaggerating the sins of the former lifestyles. http://therightswriter. Obama Hate’s America’s History.

23) FEAR – Maintaining loyalty and obedience to the group by threatening soul, life or limb for the slightest ‘negative’ thought, word or deed. America: A Dark Vision.

Three Principles of Re-Education

1) REPETITION – Going through the same subject over and over again until it is known by heart.

2) ACTIVITY PEDAGOGICS – The subjects are never left alone nor give any private time of their own, they are always in activity.

3) CRITICISM AND SELF-CRITICISM – The subjects are supposed to feel uncertain; under the constant threat of being humiliated and despised.

In the Korean War the “criticism and self-criticism” sessions held for the American prisoners of war by the Chinese clearly had deeper effects than the POWs could initially comprehend, and when they found out, it was too late. In the beginning many prisoners found this whole procedure just childish, and were inclined to take it merely as something of a joke, but without them being able to realize it, the situation of being subjected constantly to the criticism of one’s comrades became humiliating.

That a grown-up person should publicly discuss one’s habits or inclinations — some of them of very private nature — confess one’s faults, receive strong criticism for insignificant misdemeanours, will not be indeed in the course of time anything to be considered childish or playful: it simply will be experienced as insulting. This continuing feeling of humiliation became crucial in the gradual psychological break-up of the prisoners’ personalities. Furthermore, this ongoing process of “criticism and self-criticism” was bound to cause mistrust for one’s own comrades: it was the tactics of “divide and conquer” as the ancient Romans would have called it. (“Criticism and self-criticism” were also widely applied during China’s “Cultural Revolution” starting in 1966, as a method of “re-education”.)

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Source: How Obama Is Manipulating People Utilizing Mass Hypnosis Techniques | Obama

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