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Psychological Manipulation and Induced Psychological Illness

Psychological harassment and psychological manipulation "mind control" can induce psychological and physical disorders.

When an individual is targeted, the level of harassment usually begins slowly and increases with time.

Anytime someone interacts with you they can influence your thoughts and also manipulate your thoughts.

Usually, people "tune out" the conversations around them. If you are in a crowded room and someone calls out your name they will probably attract your attention and the same goes for other specific words or sounds.

Individual's can recall or form images. The expression “I get the visual”. When someone talks about or describes a scene you may form an image even if you have never seen what the other person is talking about or describing.

An individual can come in close proximity to another individual and ask a question, If the individual hears the question, whether he is the target of the question or not, his mind can respond with an answer. The answer response can be in different forms such as an image or sound. For example, if the question is what does the person look like? The individual may form an image of the person in his mind. If the question is what is the person’s name? The individual’s mind may respond with the sound of the person’s name.

If someone says leave and slams a desk drawer or hits an object. This is a form of indirect intimidation, an indirect threat of violence. If these actions are repeated it can become a form of conditioning. The next time a person slams a desk drawer or hits an object the person may associate this as a threat.

Classical conditioning can be used to associate different threats to different things. (Fear Conditioning)

Degrading Themes: Inducing Degrading Images and Intrusive Thoughts

Degrading themes can be not only disturbing to a person, but also threatening. They are used to attack a persons dignity, self-image, self-esteem, induce stress, and often used in combination with negative conditioning.

A group can try to make a targeted individual form degrading and perverse images by using combinations of words, descriptions, sounds, and actions. When degrading themes are used on individuals, the targeted individual can suffer from a psychological disorder that some psychologists have termed "intrusive thoughts".

Also, insinuations, even though they are false, can have different affects on an individual. Insinuations of being a *********, a homosexual, a criminal, a liar, etc. Is a form of attack on a person's self-image, dignity and integrity, self-esteem, and can induce stress. One reaction that the victim can have when targeted is to have the feeling of "feeling guilty of something". ********** is at the top of the list in hated things in our society and being labeled a ********* has serious consequences, it would therefore explain why it is so often claimed to be used.

When degrading themes or different insinuations are used it can also be a form of "catch 22" if a person's claims of being psychologically harassed or targeted are dismissed and they are told that it is all in their heads. Why do you have thoughts of being a *********, a homosexual, why do you feel threatened by it, etc. Given the fact that psychiatry is often used to discredit the victims of psychological harassment or psychological warfare the psychological construction of a "catch 22" may work on some of the victims.

Another way degrading themes are used is to try to embarrass the victim or to repetitively humiliate the victim, because of the visible signs, such as blushing, or because of the degrading theme involved.

Degrading themes are often used to try to prevent people from coming forward and psychiatry is often used as a threat in the sense of building false profiles.


Subtle Attacks: Hidden, Doubtful, Uncertain, and Psychological Defenses

Subtle attacks are usually used to destabilize a person and to get through or bypass the person's psychological defenses. They can leave the victim unsure or uncertain on how to react or wondering if the subtle attack was intentional.

The use of something personal, sensitive, or private information is usually used to destabilize the victim and to make the person feel vulnerable and insecure.

Degrading themes are also used in subtle attacks.


Metaphorical Speech: Hidden Threats and View on Reality Manipulation

Sometimes people will use metaphors and metaphorical speech to try to hide different threats or use words that are not obvious in their association to a threatening nature and try to reduce the risk of exposure or criminal evidence.

The meaning of different words can also be changed as with sarcasm. For example if two people that hate each other are using the words "I love you", the intention and meaning of the words used do not have the same meaning or intention as the definition of the words.

Metaphorical speech can also be used to change or manipulate the view on reality of a victim. For example metaphorical speech can be used to describe a certain view on reality or belief that is not the actual reality in an attempt to manipulate the person. Ideation in Suicide Factors

The words "profile", "psychoanalyzed", we are going to "fill you up" in the sense of creating a bad or false psychological profile and using psychiatry as a threat. The victim is psychologically harassed and also bombarded with degrading themes, such as ********** for example and combined with attempts to make the victims believe that they will be labeled a *********, sexually confused, or a violent, angry, and dangerous person. The truth and reality is that this tactic is used by the perpetrators in an attempt to protect themselves, discredit the victim, and prevent the victim form coming forward and exposing them.

Another example is referring to the victim as an animal such as a dog. The attempts made by the victim to expose the perpetrators are then metaphorically described as trying to "bite", like a dog, or "eat" the perpetrators. Using metaphors that are orally oriented are then re-directed towards or used with degrading themes in attempts to prevent victims from continuing the behavior of trying to expose perpetrators. This example of the victim being metaphorically described as a dog can also imply or insinuate that the person is less than human and can be controlled by a master or as a slave.

A better use of metaphors to describe the situation is that by trying to expose the perpetrators, the victim is using the light (exposure and visibility) and the perpetrators trying to use the darkness (deception and concealment).

When your enemy uses the darkness and tries to hide in the darkness, you have to use the light.

Interpretation and View on Reality Manipulation: The Workplace, The Media, Propaganda, Brainwashing

Event or Action -> Interpretation of Event -> Reinforcement of Interpretation
An event or reality -> interpretation of this event or reality -> reinforcement of interpretation and view on reality

In the workplace, employees who are psychologically harassed or psychologically tortured are often described as having the wrong interpretation of events, or having a "perception problem", a "bad attitude", and the wrong view of reality. They are then asked to consult a medical professional, a psychiatrist, and are then usually subsequently discredited and classified as having a psychological problem or mental illness.

You may have seen this in the media where something will happen, the media will interpret it in a way that is false according to other media groups or to your understanding of events and evidence, and will then proceed to try to reinforce their view and interpretation on reality or events and evidence.

Conflicting countries or organizations will often use what is called propaganda and their media to interpret their view on reality and events. For example the media in the US, Russia, Europe, China, and Asia may all have different interpretations of events and views on reality that they wish to induce in their audience.

Controlling a victim's source of information and interpreting reality and events for the victim is also part of brainwashing technologies. An example of brainwashing and psychological attacks is Fear of Fear and Attacks to the Honor. A victim will be lead to believe that the fight-or-flight response is fear, they are then threatened which results in the fight-or-flight response, which is interpreted as fear, you were scared (showing fear to your enemy), and the victim's honor is then attacked.

Interpretations and evidence are not the same. For example if the interpretation of events is that Julius Caesar throw himself on the knifes of the Senators several times, that would contradict the evidence, so ignorance, intelligence, and the ability to interpret the events and evidence correctly and deduce the right view on reality is key and a factor.


bohemiangroove bohemiangroove 31-35, F 1 Response Mar 28, 2012

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soooo... i've been negative conditioning myself all these years ! who knew !? : )