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    Psychological Harassment and Psychological Manipulation

     

    I am not a medical professional and this ireport and information is provided as is. I make no guaranty as to it's factual content.

     

    Psychological Manipulation

    Psychological Manipulation and Induced Psychological Illness

    As indicated on the home page, 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)

    Bookmarks (sections):
    Conditioning your mind Negatively or Positively
    Act Happy: Condition Your Mind Happy
    Constant-State-of-Interrogation: Indirect Communication and Psychological Disorders
    Constant-State-of-Interrogation: used with Unfinished Ambiguities – Frustration and Negative Conditioning
    Conditioning Sounds: Hitting Sounds, Conditioning and Fear Conditioning
    Conditioning Words: The Identification Word or The Trigger Word
    Social Queues: Rejection Hurts and can Lower Your Self-Esteem
    Smiling and Acceptance: The Opposite of Rejection
    Indirect Threats and Degrading Themes: Verbal Maneuvering to Hide Direct Threats
    Degrading Themes: Inducing Degrading Images and Intrusive Thoughts
    Degrading Themes: The Pedophilia Weapon
    Attack Pattern and Degrading Themes: Attack Pattern to Put the Victim on the Psychological Defensive
    Psychological Constructions: Constructions, Barriers, and Restrictions
    Torture and False Confessions Pretense: Deception to Prevent Exposure
    Subtle Attacks: Hidden, Doubtful, Uncertain, and Psychological Defenses
    Verbal Dialogue to Shut Down the Brain
    Anger: Anger Makes You Powerful or Stronger
    The Funny Quick Brain
    Ambiguities: Self Doubt and Uncertainty (A State-of-Limbo)
    Ambiguities: Inducing Self-Doubt and Attacks to Self-Confidence
    Metaphorical Speech: Hidden Threats and View on Reality Manipulation
    Interpretation and View on Reality Manipulation: The Workplace, The Media, Propaganda, Brainwashing
    Fear-of-Fear: Attacks to the Honor
    Fear-of-Humiliation
    Responsibility and Vulnerability
    Ideation: To Manipulate Victims
    Beneficial Intentions: To Deceive Victims
    Beneficial Intentions: The Failure Strategy
    Beneficial Intentions: The Never Ending Test
    My Space, Your Space, Not Behind Me
    Staring Drills: To Provoke and Manipulate
    The Domination Game: Who Dominates
    Psychological Warfare or Manipulation: In Covert Type Investigations
    Psychological Warfare: Three Top Priorities or Objectives
    Psychological Warfare: Credibility
    Psychological Warfare: Who can Contradict the Qualified Professionals
    Psychological Warfare: Bullies and Criminals
    Psychological Warfare: Powerful Organizations and Secrets
    Psychological Warfare Pattern: Homelessness
    Attack Pattern: Brainwashing or Deceiving and Conditioning the Fight-or-Flight Response to Mean Fear
    Attack Pattern: Public Places and the Cash Register



    Conditioning your mind Negatively or Positively  (Ivan Pavlov)

    Have you ever noticed that when someone is very negative and always complaining  they may start to influence you and you may start to see only the negative  events or negative side of things as they do?

    The way you think can be conditioned and a person can also be psychologically  manipulated to have a negative thinking pattern, to always see the negative side  of things or expect the worse, or to see the negatives out of a situation or  event reflexively instead of being open minded or thinking of the positives  first.

    A tactic often used is to constantly interpret or expose the victim to  negativity. In some cases it's used to induce or can lead to depression. (linked  to self-esteem or self-worth)

    The opposite is also true. You can condition your mind to think positively or  expect positive outcomes. It’s not easy at first and does require effort but  eventually it can change and become almost automatic, reflexive, where you will  be thinking positively instead of negatively. You may have heard these  expressions "look on the bright side, put a positive spin on it or spin it  positively".

    Try this exercise: Think of all the positives that you can imagine  out of a situation or event and try to think of the possible positive outcomes  first.

    Act Happy: Condition Your Mind Happy

    Act the way you want to feel and soon you will feel the way you act.

    This is common in self-confidence building therapies or courses where you are asked to  act the part of or like a confident person. You soon develop that skill or  behavior which results in the person having more confidence. There is increasing evidence that acting enraged, obsessed, malevolent, or depressed maybe bad for you. Actor Leonard DiCaprio developed obsessive-compulsive disorder while playing Howard Hughes in the block buster The Aviator. This often happens to actors who get "caught up" in the role they play or keep many of the same character traits of the role they played. Heath Ledger who played the Joker in the Batman movie died and was allegedly clinically depressed. If you act having an enraged or angry conversation  with someone, you will usually find that your emotions do get engaged even though you are simply acting the part.

    When you are acting happy, you are thinking happy thoughts that go with the acting role you are playing, so it's like conditioning your mind to be happy.

    Constant-State-of-Interrogation: Indirect Communication and Psychological Disorders  (Ivan Pavlov)

    The group can begin by saying the individual's name, specific words, different  sounds, and use other distracting actions to attract the individual's attention.  The targeted individual realizes that the group is using some form of harassment  and begins to listen to the group around him.

    Using indirect communication the group can insult the target, attack the  individual's dignity, integrity, or self-esteem, threaten the victim,  ask  questions, and continue to use  specific words and sounds to attract the targeted individual’s attention.

    The indirect communication is also a form of conditioning and can lead to  psychological disorders in which the victim feels that he is in a constant-state-of-interrogation. For example, the individual may go to a different environment  and hear sounds, words, and questions. Because of the indirect communication  and conditioning, the individual may feel that he is still in a state of  interrogation and believe that individuals are trying to interact with him.  Normally, people would usually simply “tune out” the sounds and conversations of  other people.

    This tactic is also used to induce paranoia.

    Constant-State-of-Interrogation: used with Unfinished Ambiguities – Frustration and Negative Conditioning

    The constant-state-of-interrogation can also be used or combined with unfinished ambiguities.

    The constant-state-of-interrogation tactic involves constant distractions and indirect questions, and this can be combined with unfinished ambiguities. For example “his work is…” ? “he thinks he’s...” ? “he thinks his…” ?. This leaves the victim guessing or wondering “what?” and  it can induce frustration or uncertainty.

    It can also be used to negatively condition a person  as to always assume the worse or negativity from ambiguities, negative conditioning. 

    Conditioned Sounds: Hitting Sounds, Conditioning and Fear Conditioning  (Ivan Pavlov)

    Hitting sounds can affect the nervous system and can also cause or increase the fight-or-flight phenomenon.

    One tactic is to hit things or drop things randomly, the smoke screen, and then to start hitting things when threats are made towards you or indirectly. This can be an attempt to increase the reaction  that you have about the threat and to condition the affect you experience from it, such as feeling threatened or fear, with hitting sounds.

    Hitting sounds are linked to physical violence, so if it's used in combination with hitting sounds the fight-or-flight response can be greater.

    Conditioned Words: The Identification Word or Trigger Word  (Ivan Pavlov)

    A tactic that is sometimes used on a victim is that the group doing the  psychological harassment will start using a word, different actions can also be  used, that is not commonly used to identify themselves and to identify  themselves as being part of this group. Because the word is now associated to a  group that is psychologically attacking the victim it can become threatening in  the sense that the victim identifies an enemy, can expect a form of attack or  threat, or  simply identifies and associates the word to the group and the repetitive  attacks and their result. The word is conditioned to a threat, the group and a possible coming attack.

    Now that the victim has been conditioned to associate a threat, the group and  the attacks, to an uncommon word, a more common word is used  that is conditioned and associated in the same way to the same threat, an enemy  or a possible coming attack. The word itself can also be associated to a threat,  an indirect threat  of physical violence for example, or a degrading theme  that is not recognized by the general public which can increases the victims threat response.  This can destabilize the victim further by confusing them and inducing more paranoia where the  victim is wondering "who is who" "friend or foe" and can leave them responding  more to more possible threats.

    The conditioned word can become what some have termed a "trigger" word where the victim explodes in rage  or to the threat, and physically attacks an innocent  and unaware person, making them a victim of physical violence and making them both victims of this tactic, strategy,  and phenomenon.

    Social Queues: Rejection Hurts and can Lower Your Self-Esteem

    Rejection hurts, registered as pain by the brain as mentioned on the home page, and rejection can be used in attempts to harm and also  to lower a person's self-esteem or self-worth.

    A person's self-esteem can be lowered or increased by conditioning the person to  look only for certain social queues, disregard certain social queues, or by  changing the meaning of certain social queues.

    Smiling and laughter, social queues, are very important and also have very positive effects on the brain. A tactic often used is to try to condition, associate, negativity to the act of smiling and laughter.

    Social queues like smiling indicates acceptance towards the person. A person  can be conditioned to associate negativity such as a threat or rejection to a smile. If an  individual is repetitively threatened or attacked by individuals that use a  devilish or fake smile, that is then gradually reduced to a common smile while  still engaging in this behavior, and combined with other tactics to induce  paranoia such as who-is-who or friend-or-foe, the result can be that the person will associate other peoples smiles  to negativity because they are reminded or conditioned by the previous behavior or because they are  confused or uncertain as to its intention.

    A person can be conditioned to associate negativity such as threats or sarcasm  and ridicule using the same tactics as described above to laughter.

    The desired emotion that victims are usually manipulated towards or led to is anger because of its negative  health effects, instead of laughter.

    Laughter is associated to joy and acceptance and is also a great stress and threat reducer.

    Smiling and Acceptance: The Opposite of  Rejection

    The simple act of smiling releases endorphins in the brain and both laughter and smiling are contagious.  When you smile at someone they usually reciprocate with a smile and this is  associated to acceptance and making a connection with someone, it's the opposite of rejection. Smiling also enhances people's view of you and gets you noticed.

    Some studies show that people who are depressed have weaker smiling muscles and advocate  smiling therapy in which the person practices making the smiling facial expression with eyes wide open and reaps the same benefits as a normal smile.

    Try this exercise and see what results you get:
    Make the smiling expression with eyes wide open for a few seconds and then rub or massage your face and head  for several seconds. Do not do this in front of a mirror if you will view  yourself negatively and look for flaws. If you do it in front of a mirror while  smiling and rubbing or massaging your face, think positive and loving thoughts.  It's a quick relaxing endorphins fix and see how it affects your current  thoughts and mood.

    Indirect Threats and Degrading Themes: Verbal Maneuvering to Hide Direct Threats

    Sometimes a lot of verbal maneuvering and planning is used to hide or reduce the  visibility and obviousness of a direct threat.

    For example if a group makes subtle hints or insinuations about you being a  homosexual for example, even though they probably know you are not, and then one  of them says something like all homosexuals should be killed, it’s an indirect  threat to you because of the maneuverings or it's less visible or obvious but it  is still a direct threat or threat aimed at you.

    As indicated on the home page, degrading themes are often used to prevent  victims from coming forward and this is often the way they are used in  combination with a threat or threats. The victim may have some reservations about claiming  that he felt personally threatened by a threat that is made towards homosexuals.  Other degrading themes, ethnics, and religions can also be used. 

    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, as stated on the first page, insinuations, even though they are false, can  have different affects on an individual. Insinuations of being a pedophile, 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". Pedophilia is at the top of the list in hated things in our society and  being labeled a pedophile 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 pedophile, 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.

    Degrading Themes

    Degrading Themes: The Pedophilia Weapon

    Pedophilia is one of the most hated things in our society and because of this it can be used as a weapon.

    Being falsely accused or labeled of being a pedophile has very serious consequences for the victims of this phenomenon or use of pedophilia  as a weapon. Even when the accusations or label are disproved at a later time the label or smear can stick.

    Although the accusations are false the desired effects on the victim are usually high levels of stress, anxiety, and fear  which is a part of the pedophilia weapon. Stress, anxiety, and fear being another form of weapon with serious effects on the body.

    Attack Pattern and Degrading Themes: Attack Pattern to Put the Victim on the Psychological Defensive

    Degrading themes can be used to put a person or victim on the defensive or psychological defensive. Some example of using degrading themes is to make insinuations that the victim is a criminal or a pedophile.

    An example of an attack pattern used in psychological harassment or psychological warfare is:

    • Making insinuations that the victim is a criminal or pedophile to put the  victim on the defensive.
    • Followed by threats to induce the fight-or-flight response or to induce fear. 

    Psychological Constructions: Constructions, Barriers, Restrictions, and Catch 22's

    Psychological Constructions are when a condition is built into the persons psychology.

    • One example is the term "catch 22" and the use of degrading themes or pedophilia to prevent victims from coming forward or to prevent exposure. There is no "catch 22" , it's a psychological construction or belief that's been built into the victim to restrict or prevent the victims from exposing the  perpetrators of a crime.

    • Another example is fear-of-fear. The importance of fear is "built up", a psychological construction, where previously there was no importance in fear.  After the "build up" process of inducing a high importance on fear, a normal emotion in people, if the victim experiences fear, his ego or psychology can be  devastated to bring them "crashing down".

    Torture and False Confessions Pretense: Deception to Prevent Exposure

    The psychological manipulation of, the pretense or deception of, wanting a false  confession; the threat of wanting false or pretense of wanting false confessions, to prevent exposure.

    In other words, wanting or using the deception of wanting a false confession has the opposite or reverse effect, the victims ceases all communication or cooperation.

    You would believe or think that torture is used to obtain the truth, but it's actually used in many cases to do the opposite.

    In some cases the confessions involve the psychological construction of “catch 22’s” or degrading themes and psychiatry or law enforcement.

    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.

    Verbal Dialogue to Shut Down the Brain

    When you are scared, angry, insecure, or uncertain your brain does not function as well.

    When opponents engage in verbal dialogue they will sometimes try to  intimidate, provoke, or make each other uncertain.

    • One example is to try to throw your opponent on the defensive or psychological defensive. (linked to intimidation or manipulation)
    • Another example is to use an ambiguity to make the person uncertain.
    • Another example is to use subtle attacks to try to provoke anger, intimidate, fear, and uncertainty.

    Anger: Anger Makes You Powerful or Stronger?

    When psychological warfare is waged on someone, attempts are made to provoke reactions that are harmful to the victim such as anger.

    Anger is the preferred reaction of choice because of the negative effects it  has on the victims health and body such as increased adrenaline, cortisol  levels, and blood pressure; and the victim can be psychologically manipulated or conditioned to react with anger or deceived into believing that this makes them more powerful or stronger. 

    Laughter is a great stress reliever and very health. It can also diffuse threats or tense situations. 

    The Funny Quick Brain

    When people are calm, relaxed, or in a humorous mode their brains are usually faster and functions better.

    Ambiguities: Self-Doubt and Uncertainty (A State-of-Limbo)

    Humans do not like ambiguities and uncertainty, we like to have certainty and  security, and ambiguities are often used to induce insecurity or uncertainty.

    Sometimes ambiguities are used to confuse the victim and to leave them wondering  what it is that they are suppose to do or be doing, or what is the intended  meaning. This can affect the victim by placing them in doubt or used to induce self-doubt  and uncertainty, reducing decision making abilities, and can also have the state-of-limbo affect.

    The ambiguities can also be manipulated as to hinting at a certain meaning and then modified to hint or indicate another meaning, and so on, to keep the victim confused or guessing as to what the true meaning of the ambiguities are. This can induce confusion, frustration, and self-doubt.

    Ambiguities can also be used for emotional manipulation such as inducing regret for example. One way this is done is by hinting at a certain meaning of what the ambiguities mean,  combined with very subtle hints at another and different meaning. After a period of time the meanings can be reversed or what was the subtle meaning can be clarified or made more obvious to the victim to induce regret, self doubt, and also attack or reduce the victim’s self-esteem  and self-confidence.

    Classical conditioning can also be used with ambiguities. For example the victim  can be constantly bombarded with negativity or is lead to the conclusion that  past ambiguities also had a negative meaning. Because of the conditioning the  person will deduce or assume what is implied follows the same trend or pattern  of negativity or theme. Conditioning your mind Negatively or Positively

    Song lyrics often use ambiguities so that the listener can apply the lyrics to their own life or view on reality.  Ambiguities can also be used to influence a person's view on reality or in combination  with efforts to change a  person's view on reality.

    Ambiguities: Inducing Self-Doubt and Attacks to Self-Confidence

    A tactic that is often used to attack a person's self-confidence and to induce self-doubt is to ask a question using an ambiguity, when the person answers with a deduction or guess, a negative wrong or no is indicated and a more accurate re-question is provided with  the correct answer. This is done repetitively to induce self-doubt and attack a person's self-confidence by having them believe that their conclusions or deductions are always false.

    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 pedophilia  for example and combined with attempts to make the victims believe that they will be labeled a pedophile, 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. Degrading Themes

    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.

    Fear-of-Fear: Attacks to the Honor

    Some people may feel that the feeling or emotion of fear attacks their honor. Fear is usually used to attack a person's honor, ego, and self-confidence..

    A tactic that is sometimes used, is to lead the victim to believe that to feel  threatened, and the resulting fight-or-flight response, is fear. Therefore the  more threatened they feel equals more fear. This tactic deceives the victim and  attacks them in two ways. The first is to threaten them, causing the fight-or-flight response, and the second is to simply feel threatened attacks their  honor, which results in a chain reaction of an increasing threat. This response results in social withdrawal where the victim tries to avoid threatening situations or public areas.

    The way this is usually used is to make the victim believe that to feel  threatened, and the fight-or-flight response, is fear. The visible signs of the  body having the fight-of-light response, like adrenaline, are therefore signs of  fear that show the individuals or the enemy threatening them that they are scared.  This belief is used to attack the victim's honor and the  victim can be  repetitively humiliated this way.

    Movies or Audio that projects fear or the emotion of fear can also affect an individual.

    In the circle of warriors, to experience fear and still destroy your enemies makes you even braver and increases your honor.

    Fear-of-Humiliation

    Fear-of-humiliation is linked or similar to fear-of-fear but different.

    • Fear-of-fear is about fearing fear itself because to feel fear results in an attack to the person's honor, which can result in humiliation.
    • Fear-of-humiliation is fearing humiliation or being humiliated.

    In both cases the person or victim can become aversive to situations or the possibility of being fearful or humiliated, usually through  repetitive psychological attacks in public places. The result is that the victim can become aversive to public places, which can result in isolation.

    Responsibility and Vulnerability

    A stressful situation and tactic that is sometimes used to induce stress in a person is to give a person full  responsibility for a department, for example, but the  control to make changes or take action is given to someone else. This can have the effect of making the person insecure or feel  vulnerable because they have no control  over what they are fully responsible or accountable for, and it also places them at the "mercy" of someone else that can harm their career.

    Ideation: To Manipulate Victims

    People can be led to believe things that are false in order to manipulate them and even to try to drive them to suicide or to harm others.

    For example a person can be led to believe that they are about to be fired or constantly on the verge of being fired to induce stress, paranoia, and insecurity. Another example is to lead the person to believe that they will be sued or going bankrupt, will be falsely accused resulting in prison time,  will never be employed again, or lose their spouse.

    Used with degrading themes the victim can be led to believe that they will be labeled a pedophile or used as a prostitute.  That the perpetrators control the world and that the victim must obey.

    Beneficial Intentions: To Deceive Victims

    Some victims may not understand why someone would do this to them or how some people can do this to others, what the motives are for doing this to them, and therefore can be deceived into believing the phenomenon is of beneficial intentions.

    The phenomenon of psychological harassment or warfare can also leave the victims in doubt or confused as to what is going on or what is the intention or purpose of these psychological manipulations, psychological attacks, and events in question are for. Are the intentions in some way benevolent for training purposes or self improvement. It can also leave the victim unaware that a psychological war is being waged on them and the doubt, confusion, and deception can result in preventing the victims from taking action or fighting back.

    • It's a test.
    • It's training.
    • It's to make you stronger or tougher.
    • It's an initiation or rite of passage.

    Beneficial Intentions: The Failure Strategy

    When a group with psychological warfare expertise targets a victim and tries to create situations, street theatre, scenarios, or events with the intention of embarrassing,  humiliating, threaten, anger, induce fear, or other harmful effects they need a strategy to deal with the failure or failures if the events in question do not produce the desired outcome  or result. 

    A failure of a group who tries to intentionally attack or humiliate a victim builds confidence in the victim for overcoming this challenge or properly dealing with the  event in question, so there is a need to have a strategy or tactic to eliminate or reduce the confidence building phenomenon that results as much as possible.  One of the ways this is done is by trying to make the victim believe the false  view on reality or interpretation that it was  a test, a training situation, and that there was or may have been some kind of benevolent intention  in this kind of actions or scenario. 

    Beneficial Intentions: The Never Ending Test

    One example for this strategy or tactic is to interpret the events as a test, the result  is that the victim feels he is on a never ending test since these situations, events, and attacks are usually repetitive in this kind of on going  psychological harassment or psychological war. Many of these tactics can also be considered  to be psychological torture or used for psychological torture. 

    My Space, Your Space, Not Behind Me

    A tactic that is sometimes used to make a victim feel vulnerable or more threatened, is to  be threatened in some way and have the perpetrator stand directly behind them and out of view. Instinctively you would not want someone that is hostile towards you to stand directly behind you and out of view whether you feel threatened by the threats  that were made or not.

    You may have also noticed that when a person is hostile towards you and acts  aggressively by thrashing or hitting objects it can trigger more of the  fight-or-flight response from you. A similar tactic to the first, is for a  person that is hostile towards you to motion an object towards you, towards your  face, or to be in or come into "your space".

    Staring Drills: To Provoke and Manipulate

    Staring drills are used to intimidate, provoke, make a person aggressive, and to  destabilize victims.

    It's linked to manipulation, credibility, and justification.

    One technique is to simply stare at the victim and another is to whisper "you're scared" and engage in staring contests.

    The Domination Game: Who Dominates

    Some people may worry or have stress about who they believe they can dominate or dominate and who they may or may not dominate. The word  or metaphors "alpha male", as in wolf a pack, is also often used to describe a leader or someone in a leadership position. People in the workplace or in a relationship may continually try to dominate each other causing conflicts and tensions.

    Domination can also be used as or in a psychological construction where a lot of importance is placed on who you dominate and this can result in a lot of stress and difficulties for people who think in terms of domination or have the "domination thing" in their head.

    To remove this psychological construction or view on reality, you can simply view domination as  'you do not dominate anyone and no one dominates you'. In the workplace, positions  should be clearly defined as having authority or a leadership role. Employees need to fulfill their obligations as employees  and when people are in a relation, the relationship is supposed to be based on teamwork and usually does not involve one partner having authority over the other.

    Psychological Warfare or Manipulation:  In Covert Type Investigations

    Individuals can use words, actions, and sounds that will make a target recall  memories associated to a specific event. Observers can note different reactions  from the target such as fear, surprise, embarrassment (red face), anger, and  different emotions. From these reactions the observers can obtain clues to the  level of involvement or knowledge that the target may have about a certain  event.

    A simple example of this is if the targeted individual was involved in an event  that has a specific location. The group can say the name of the location, like a  street name. If the target does not associate this to anything or any memories,  he will disregard the comments of strangers and have no reaction. If, however,  the target does associate it to something, he may, or may not, have different  reactions.

    This scenario maybe repeated several times with different association pointers  to get a better view or result. Like taking many measurements and obtaining some  kind of average or again, a better view.

    This psychological manipulation scenario can also be used to stress, or panic, a  target. And a possible motive would be to have them use some kind of  telecommunication device, that the target believes to be secure, and to possibly  push the target to communicate to a partner, that may also be involved in the  event, where he would discuss the strange phenomenon that he believes is  happening to him or discuss the events in question. It’s a fact that in the US,  Canada, and the UK there are secret organizations that listen to all  telecommunications in these countries and that they also share information among  themselves. Many people also believe that these organizations share information  with other organization indirectly or through indirect channels.

    There are many possible psychological manipulation type scenarios that can  involve the use of sensitive information or dark secrets. You may have seen a  movie where the “bad guy” says something like “get me some dirt on this guy”.  The information would be used to intimidate the target or induce fear, stress,  and paranoia. This type of scenario can easily fall into the classification of  black mail where the target is in a catch 22 situation. The target would have to  reveal the sensitive information or dark secrets to law enforcement in order to  obtain some kind of help or assistance. His claims could also simply be  dismissed as paranoia or delusions. And even if his claims would happen to be  believed, there simply would be no proof or evidence.

    Psychological warfare or using psychiatry in strong arm tactics is not a new  phenomenon and it usually involves discrediting the target or having them  declared psychologically ill. These tactics and technologies are usually used by  powerful organizations. An example of this can be seen in the movie blue sky, set in the 1950’s, where the army uses psychiatry to hospitalize  and medicate the target.

    Psychological Warfare: Three Top Priorities or Objectives

    • Discredit or destroy the victims credibility.
    • Conceal psychological warfare knowledge.
    • Eliminate the victim's means of subsistence or resources. 

    Psychological Warfare: Some Identified Weapons

    • Psychiatry to attack the psychological integrity and credibility of victims.
    • The weapon of degrading themes or pedophilia to use as a threat or to prevent exposure. 
    • The weapon of high levels of stress and sleep deprivation.

    When psychiatry attacks the victim's psychological integrity and credibility it  makes the victim more vulnerable to the phenomenon  or crime of criminal harassment or psychological warfare and it also conceals the related knowledge.
    High levels of sleep deprivation can lead to macromineral  deficiencies and acid-base disorders that can result in serious illnesses and even  death.
    High levels of sleep deprivation can also be used to overwhelm the victims body and lead to cancer.

    Psychological Warfare:  Credibility

    Psychological warfare is an invisible technology that deals with the mind and destroying the victim’s credibility in order to prevent exposure is a top priority. Destroying the victim’s credibility also results in feelings or the belief of hopelessness.

    Advanced technology and psychological manipulation are also used to make the victim’s claims more unbelievable or to make dismissing these claims easier or more plausibly justified.

    When a group or an organization engages in psychological harassment or warfare they usually use tactics or operate in a way to discredit the victim or have the victim discredited by the medical community, notably psychiatry. Campaigns of disinformation or false information and information restrictions or  isolation are usually used as well.

    Psychological Warfare: Who can Contradict the  Qualified Professionals

    If psychiatry and psychologist claim that psychological warfare does not exist, who is qualified to contradict them or to say differently.

    Over the years and decades qualified medical professionals, notably  psychiatrists, and psychologist have been telling victims that psychological harassment and  psychological warfare do not exist, and the victims were  subsequently labeled as mentally. The phenomenon and its effects on victims was not documented given the fact that it was said not to exist and actually a  medical or mental disorder. The phenomenon of psychological harassment and  psychological warfare was explained or interpreted in terms of the victim being  ill and delusional instead of being a victim of this phenomenon.

    With the power of the internet and websites such as this one, the denial of the existence of this phenomenon is  probably quickly changing given the fact that it creates a problem or dilemma  for the medical community or medical professionals that would continue this  practice.

    Psychological Warfare: Bullies and Criminals

    As powerful as some bullies and criminals may be, just like the common or regular bully and criminal they fear the light and exposure. 

    Psychological Warfare: Powerful Organizations and Secrets

    When powerful organizations are willing to kill you and other people to preserve its secrets and prevent exposure, you need to share that secret with the whole world. 

    It reduces the value of targeting you or the value of your death. 

    • Many organizations, including psychiatry, claim that psychological warfare  does not exist and some powerful organizations are willing to kill in order to  preserve this knowledge and to prevent exposure.
    • This knowledge has been used to drive people to homelessness, suicide, and to  cause death through high levels of stress and sleep deprivation.

    It's called crimes against humanity and society which is another very good reason to want to prevent exposure.


    Psychological Warfare Pattern: Homelessness

    Psychological Warfare -> Psychiatry and Credibility -> Homelessness

    Victims are subjected to psychological warfare -> discredited by psychiatry -> lose their means of  subsistence and become homeless.

    Attack Pattern: Brainwashing or Deceiving and Conditioning the Fight-or-Flight Response to Mean Fear

    Action -> Interpretation -> Re-enforce Interpretation  :  attack or threat -> interpretation of event or reaction -> re-enforce interpretation

    • attack: a psychological attack or threat to get the fight-or-flight response.
    • interpret reaction: the fight-or-flight response or adrenaline is interpreted as being fear  "you're scared".
    • re-enforce interpretation: "you were scared" or "you got scared".

    Participants try to deceive or brainwash the victim into believing that to feel threatened,  adrenaline, or the fight-or-flight response means fear. Fear is used to attack the victim's honor and the victim's honor is threatened if he shows fear or if his enemy sees fear.

    In other words, attempts are made to deceive or brainwash the victim into believing that the fight-or-flight response is fear because it can be easily induced through threats and interpreted as fear, to attack the victims honor and repetitive humiliation, and to use the fear-of-fear tactic.

    Fear and the fight-or-flight response are two different things:

    • fear is an emotion.
    • the fight-or-flight response is a response to a threat.

    Attack Pattern: Public Places and the Cash Register

    • A network of participants harasses and threatens the victim while the victim is doing his shopping.
    • A degrading theme is used to put the victim on the defensive. 

    This is part of psychological warfare and also done to induce the fight-or-flight response, adrenaline.

    • The line up at the cash register is a location where participants try to stand  behind victims while they use threats or used threats in the shopping area, or  use subtle threats related to degrading themes, to increase the fight-or-flight.
    • Fear-of-fear and fear-of-humiliation are used or built up with comments such as "he's scared" to induce more stress and anxiety. 
    • Once at the cash register the victim is in a "under a microscope" situation where the reactions and behavior are interpreted  as fear. 
    • Subtle attacks related to degrading themes are used to cause embarrassment or blushing to  destabilize or put the victim on the defensive.
    • Because of threats, fight-or-flight response, and adrenaline the victim's behavior or reactions are interpreted as fear to attack the victims honor and in attempts to humiliate the  victim.
    • Things that are focused on to interpret fear are the victim's behavior,  reactions, gestures, their voices, and their signatures.

    • It's a network that wages psychological warfare and uses threats to induce the fight-or-flight syndrome or cortisol and adrenaline.
    • The fight-or-flight response, stress, especially adrenaline deplete the body of macrominerals which leads to different disorders such as macromineral deficiencies and acid-base disorders.



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